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  • Adobe InDesign Essentials

    The Adobe software tools are the leading software for graphic design. Adobe Illustrator is the industry standard computer illustration software. Use Illustrator to draw shapes and design logos, flyers, posters, banners, business cards or any other vector graphics for print or web. Adobe InDesign is the industry standard page-layout program that works with Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop seamlessly. InDesign allows you to create simple to complex multi-page documents such as brochures, flyers, books and magazines. Access to the Adobe software tools required. Software Requirements: For all online Adobe classes, students are responsible for purchasing their own software for their course. Trial versions of Adobe software are sometimes available on the Adobe company website.
  • Adobe Photoshop Essentials

    The Adobe software tools are the leading software for graphic design. Adobe Photoshop is a photo editing and raster graphic design software which allows users to create, edit, and manipulate various graphics as well as digital art. It also allows to create and edit raster images with multiple layers and import the images in various file formats. Photoshop is developed by Adobe Systems for both Windows and MacOS. Combine, retouch, and remix your pics. Add new color to your old black-and-whites. Make unwanted stuff disappear. Or turn a boring background into an exotic paradise. With Photoshop, everyone can. Software Requirements: For all online Adobe classes, students are responsible for purchasing their own software for their course. Trial versions of Adobe software are sometimes available on the Adobe company website.
  • Adult Conversational Spanish: Advanced Part 2

    This is an online class and will be held through Futura's Zoom account. An email with login information will be sent prior to class. Be sure you have a current email on file with us. ¿Quieres ampliar tu Español? Then this is the course for you! You will expand your skills learning new complex grammatical concepts and sentence structures. Challenge yourself and build your language expertise with an overview of the subjunctive in Spanish. The Spanish subjunctive is a special verb form used to express uncertainty, possibility, mood, and expressions. Applicable to students who completed Advanced Spanish Part I or have had more than two years of the Spanish language.
  • Adult Conversational Spanish: Beginner Part 2

    This is an online class and will be held through Futura's Zoom account. An email with login information will be sent prior to class. Be sure you have a current email on file with us. Learning a language is a lifelong journey and now you are on your way! Keep up the momentum in Beginner Spanish Part Two. You will continue with practical conversational components and builder phrases in Spanish enabling you to carry on small conversations related to giving and asking for directions and restaurant conversation. Vocabulary and grammar components will include weather seasons, dates with months, days of the week, family vocabulary along with the verbs ser and tener conjunctions. Culture discussions will include the importance of food, family, and friendships in Spanish speaking countries. Applicable to new students and previous Beginner Part 1 Spanish conversation participants.
  • Adult Conversational Spanish: Intermediate Part 2

    This is an online class and will be held through Futura's Zoom account. An email with login information will be sent prior to class. Be sure you have a current email on file with us. ¿Quieres hablar más Español? Then this course is for you! Continue building on previous Spanish skills to further develop conversational abilities in the language which will include expressing recommendations and comparisons. Real life scenarios will be introduced, and role played in Spanish to ensure a dynamic and interactive learning environment. You will also be delving into more complex grammatical instruction and vocabulary to create full sentences in Spanish. This will include present tense conjugation with ER & IR verbs, hobbies, sports, and workplace vocabulary in Spanish. Exciting culture discussions are related to music, dance, and famous people in Spanish speaking countries. Applicable to students who have prior knowledge of Spanish and have been through a beginning Spanish course.
  • Code Championship Tournament Series | Virtual Computer Coding Competition

    Build a computer bot to play head-to-head against other coders! Whether this is your first Code Championship event, or if you've been competing for years, this is the perfect way to explore the competitive coding world of Code Championship. No previous coding experience necessary. The Spring 2023 Code Championship Series is a series of six tournaments in six weeks (it's ok to miss one or two). These tournaments will be hosted online using Google Meet and the Code Championship website. If you have a modern browser like Chrome or Firefox, no additional download is required. Please come knowing how to navigate the internet (basic typing and mouse control). The link to the Google Meet event will be emailed two days before the tournament.
  • Developing Intuition

    Everyone is born with the natural ability to access intuition. This class will help you reconnect with your inner voice. You will learn how to tell the difference between intuition and wishful thinking, and how to read your body’s intuitive signals. You will learn easy, practical steps to use in making everyday decisions. Here's what a participant had to say: "Very informative & fun! I feel like I got a lot of information. I'd recommend it to others." Join us online! This class will be held online using Zoom. After registering you will receive a link to access the class. Click the link on the day and time of the class and Victoria will lead you through the class from the comfort of your own home!
  • Early Childhood Screening at New Hope Learning Center 22/23

    About Early Childhood Screening at New Hope Learning Center You are scheduling an Early Childhood Screening Appointment located at New Hope Learning Center, 8301 47th Ave N, New Hope, MN 55428 763-504-4180 Enter through door #1 and sign in. Take a right, ring the buzzer to let us know you are here. The screener will come to get you for your appointment. Please note: A child must have one parent attend the appointment or have prior written parental consent before a child will be screened. Important Note: There is no charge for screening, but you must add this course to your cart and complete the checkout process to be enrolled. An email confirmation will be sent to you to confirm your appointment enrollment. You will also receive an email reminder a couple days prior to the appointment. (Check your Spam or Junk email folders if the email doesn't come directly to your inbox). Please bring copies of your child's immunization record and birth certificate if they are available to you. If your child is sick or you are unable to keep your scheduled appointment, please call 763-504-4180. Appointments cannot be changed or cancelled online.
  • Easy to Learn: iPad

    In this fun and informative class, we will explore the practical uses of your iPad and its features. You will learn how to navigate, use apps, work with e-mail, take pictures, go online, and more as time permits. Your patient instructor’s iPad screen and features will be clearly displayed over Zoom. Not for Android tablet users.
  • Explore the World as a Travel Writer

    If you love to travel and love to write, this is for you! We will discuss how to use all your senses in a new destination to create more detailed and in-depth descriptions that capture and maintain readers’ interest, and whether or not you need to include photos with your work. You will also learn how to find and submit your finished product to print and online markets, the business side of travel writing (how to take travel tax deductions), and how to avoid worn-out travel writing clichés. Informative handouts for future use are included in class fee. The instructor LeeAnne Krusemark is a former journalist, current author and editor, and a nationwide Professor of Publishing at higher learning institutions, including Harvard Adult Education. The webinar login information will be emailed the day before class.
  • Instant Pot Noodle Soups

    In this online class Kirsten will walk you thru making Italian Sausage Tortellini Soup while you follow along in your kitchen. She will also demonstrate Chicken Wonton Soup and a Vegan Minestrone Soup while our meals are cooking.
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    Morning Warm Up Yoga

    Curb those winter blues - join a short, energizing yoga practice that includes breathwork, meditation, and movement. Start your day with energy, positivity and sense of balance. Monday and Thursday gentle stretch, Tuesday and Friday are strength and balance. All you need is your mat and a blanket and 2 yoga blocks.
  • Online 3D Printing & CAD

    (Grades: 2nd-6th) New Projects! This 3D printing camp takes students through the 3D printing process from start to finish. Students will design 3D objects using Tinker CAD (online web app) and use the 3D slicing program Cura to bring their creations to life. This course is an excellent introduction to 3D printing and is ideal for students who like to draw, design, imagine and see their creations come to life. One 3D Designed will be printed and mailed to students. No experience is necessary, but familiarity with doing common tasks using a computer and keyboarding is required. *Additional Technical Requirement: Cura (free download)
  • Online Escape Room: Escape the Ender Dragon

    (Grades: 1st - 6th) Unleash your creativity as you work collaboratively! Create a world with others in multiple unique, themed Escape Room Adventure Map. Our mission to race through the end and escape the Ender Dragon. Students will get a copy of the world to continue development at home. Basic computer skills needed (basic keyboarding and using a mouse). *Additional Technical Requirement: Minecraft Java Edition, and PC needed, will not work on Chromebook, tablets, or phones
  • Online Game Coding: Mario Kart

    (Grades: 3rd-7th) We introduce students’ programming concepts using Scratch. Scratch is a drag-and-drop creative coding platform developed by MIT. Students will be instructed to make a Mario Kart - style game. Then pick custom characters, track to customize their games. Basic computer skills needed (basic keyboarding and using a mouse). *Additional Technical Requirement: PC needed, will not work on Chromebook, tablets, or phones
  • Online: Acrylic Painting in April

    Learn to create a unique, quick and expressive acrylic painting with one brush and a limited color palette. Working quickly allows colors to blend and brush strokes to show, for dynamic results.
  • Online: Acrylic Painting in Feburary

    Learn to create a unique, quick and expressive acrylic painting with one brush and a limited color palette. Working quickly allows colors to blend and brush strokes to show, for dynamic results.
  • Online: Acrylic Painting in March

    Learn to create a unique, quick and expressive acrylic painting with one brush and a limited color palette. Working quickly allows colors to blend and brush strokes to show, for dynamic results.
  • Online: Barre Fusion

    Barre Fusion increases muscle tone, flexibility, and confidence by blending ballet, dance, and functional strength. Shape and tone your body with this challenging, but low-impact strength workout! Participants are encouraged (but not required) to bring their own mat, light weights, and resistance bands.
  • Online: Intro to Oula

    Oula is a high-energy, easy to learn dance workout! It’s an epic hour of sweat, joy, and inspiration! The breakdown of songs and moves will ease you into the world of Oula!
  • Online: Watercolor Painting in February

    Learn to paint a beautiful scene in watercolors. Follow step-by-step instructions and engage in discussion on the difference between dry brush work, wet on wet, and wet on dry. Try this great, no-fear class to learn to paint in watercolors.
  • Online: Watercolor Painting in March

    Learn to paint a beautiful scene in watercolors. Follow step-by-step instructions and engage in discussion on the difference between dry brush work, wet on wet, and wet on dry. Try this great, no-fear class to learn to paint in watercolors.
  • Quilting- T-shirt Transitions

    Make a special occasion memorable by giving an absolutely treasured t-shirt quilt, made by you. Join Sandra Bengtson as she guides you through the basics of making a t-shirt quilt - from stabilizing the t-shirts, to cutting them apart and sewing the blocks into a one-of-a-kind twin size quilt. Leave class with instructions on how to complete your quilt if not finished in class. Basic sewing skills required. Bring your own sewing machine and supplies listed online. $10 supply fee payable to the instructor in class.