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  • Adult Explorer Series: Archery NEW!

    Learn the basics of archery and elements of safety. Shoot at stationary targets and compete in games. Equipment provided. Meet at the outside field at the School of Engineering and Arts, 1751 Kelly Dr, Golden Valley.
  • Appraise Your Coin Collection NEW!

    Are you a long time numismatist? Perhaps you are new to coin collecting? Either way, in this class you will learn the basics of researching and appraising your U.S. and foreign coins & currency. Examine and identify 100-year-old U.S. and foreign coins. Gain knowledge about: the ins and outs of where to buy and sell coins, coin authentication and much more.Participants will be asked to do internet research on their coins and share what they have learned in the second class. This class is not intended for experienced coin buffs, but all are welcome. Bring a magnifying glass to class.
  • Chords are Key for Piano - Spring

    It’s a well known secret that you don’t need years of weekly lessons to learn piano. In just a few hours, you can learn enough secrets of the trade to give you years of musical enjoyment. How do we do it? While regular piano teachers teach note reading, piano professionals use chords. And you can learn all the chords you’ll need to play any song in this one session. Any song. Any style. Any key. If you can find middle C and know the meaning of Every Good Boy Does Fine, you already know enough to enroll in this workshop.  Fee includes an online book and online video instruction.
  • Hobby Group - Harmonica

    Hobby Groups Meet with others who share your passion. All abilities welcome. All groups are self-directed. Bring your own supplies. There is no class fee to participate, but there is a $7 annual fee per person for most groups. Stop by the Adult Enrichment office at Pilgrim Lane in Plymouth to get a Hobby Group membership card.   Harmonica If you are yearning to play harmonica, come share your talent and general harmonica knowledge, or learn new skills from your peers. Wednesdays 12:30-2 pm
  • Hobby Group - Needle Arts

    Hobby Groups Meet with others who share your passion. All abilities welcome. All groups are self-directed. Bring your own supplies. There is no class fee to participate, but there is a $7 annual fee per person for most groups. Stop by the Adult Enrichment office at Pilgrim Lane in Plymouth to get a Hobby Group membership card. Needle Arts If you love needlework of any kind, you’ll love this group. We share patterns, supplier ideas, general knowledge, mutual support and a cup of coffee. Fridays, 9-11 am
  • Hobby Group - Showtime Chorus

    Showtime Chorus Do you love to sing? Our Showtime Chorus has more than 25 singers but is looking for both men and women to join their talented bunch. Thursday, 9:15-11:15 am PL A127
  • Hobby Group - Story Theater

    Hobby Groups Meet with others who share your passion. All abilities welcome. All groups are self-directed. Bring your own supplies. There is no class fee to participate, but there is a $7 annual fee per person for most groups. Stop by the Adult Enrichment office at Pilgrim Lane in Plymouth to get a Hobby Group membership card.  Story Theater For over 20 years we have been showing children that reading is fun! Explore dramatic reading and learn techniques of reading with expression. Attend two meetings per month to rehearse stories to perform for children in our elementary schools and other community locations. No Fee. Meets the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month, noon-2:30 pm, in the Performance Center at Pilgrim Lane.
  • Hobby Group - Sumi-e Japanese Brush Painting

    Hobby Groups Meet with others who share your passion. All abilities welcome. All groups are self-directed. Bring your own supplies. There is no class fee to participate, but there is a $7 annual fee per person for most groups. Stop by the Adult Enrichment office at Pilgrim Lane in Plymouth to get a Hobby Group membership card. Showtime Chorus Do you love to sing? Our Showtime Chorus has more than 25 singers but is looking for both men and women to join their talented bunch.Thursday, 9:15-11:15 am
  • Hobby Group - Wood Carvers

    Hobby Groups Meet with others who share your passion. All abilities welcome. All groups are self-directed. Bring your own supplies. There is no class fee to participate, but there is a $7 annual fee per person for most groups. Stop by the Adult Enrichment office at Pilgrim Lane in Plymouth to get a Hobby Group membership card. Wood Carvers Calling all interested men and women! Bring your carving tools and projects and join this fun group of woodcarvers. As we work on projects we share patterns, techniques, suppliers and general knowledge. Basic carving skills are required.Thursdays, 8:30-11 am,
  • How to Fish Twin Cities Lakes

    Join Sybil Smith, author of the Twin Cities Fishing Guide (4th Edition), Brainerd-Mille Lacs Fishing Guide, and Twin Cities Shore Fishing Maps (East and West) for tips on how to find the best fishing in the Twin Cities area. Learn how to select the best lakes in all seasons, use 3 magic words to consistently catch fish, choose the best lures and techniques for each species, and make a slip-bobber rig, jig worm, and weedless plastic worm for home. Door prizes, free maps, booklets, and other fun stuff. A $2.00 material fee is due at class.
  • Intro to Genealogy NEW!

    Want to learn about your family history, but are unsure where to start? This class is a basic introduction to useful techniques and tools. Modern genealogical efforts can be much more productive and rewarding than at any time before. This class is not intended to be all-encompassing, but will help those with an interest to get started on their own genealogical research. Familiarity with the internet and home computers is helpful.
  • Raised Beds and Container Gardening

    With a few containers and/or a raised bed or two, you can grow fresh vegetables and herbs -- organically if you choose -- with very little weeding. Maximize your limited space and sunlight and grow from spring through tofall. We will discuss container soils, raised bed location and construction, best watering practices, and new and old plant varieties to consider. Come with a list of questions and leave with a plan for your 'farm to table' garden.