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  • Adult Explorer Series - Birding NEW!

    ADULT EXPLORER SERIES Providing outdoor, nature-focused experiences, Three Rivers Explorer Camps, part of Three Rivers Park District, along with Robbinsdale Community Education and the cities of Brooklyn Center, Crystal, Golden Valley, New Hope and Robbinsdale have teamed up to offer these sessions of outdoor fun that is affordable and accessible for older adults. Activities involve moderate outdoor walking. Dress for the weather, and bring a water bottle. BirdingJoin us for an evening of fun and curiosity. Go on a hike with a naturalist to discover what birds are busy using the park. Learn new bird watching skills with provided equipment and resources. Meet at the Crystal MAC Wildlife Area, 61st and Lee, Brooklyn Park.
  • Adult Explorer Series - Get to Know Your Regional Trails Biking Tour NEW!

    ADULT EXPLORER SERIES Providing outdoor, nature-focused experiences, Three Rivers Explorer Camps, part of Three Rivers Park District, and Robbinsdale Community Education along with the cities of Brooklyn Center, Crystal, Golden Valley, New Hope and Robbinsdale have teamed up to offer these sessions of outdoor fun that are affordable and accessible for older adults. Activities involve moderate outdoor walking. Dress for the weather and bring a water bottle. Get to Know Your Regional Trails Biking Tour Let’s explore the trails! Discover the vast network of trails in your community! See where you can travel on your bike. Use a provided bike or bring your own. Meet at Bassett Creek Park, 3195 Welcome Ave N, Crystal. Must be 18 or older.
  • Adult Explorer Series - Mississippi River Rafting

    ADULT EXPLORER SERIES Providing outdoor, nature-focused experiences, Three Rivers Explorer Camps, part of Three Rivers Park District, along with Robbinsdale Community Education and the cities of Brooklyn Center, Crystal, Golden Valley, New Hope and Robbinsdale have teamed up to offer these sessions of outdoor fun that is affordable and accessible for older adults. Activities involve moderate outdoor walking. Dress for the weather, and bring a water bottle. Mississippi River RaftingExperience the Mississippi on a guided rafting trip. Forget that you are in the city and experience the river in a new way. Float down the river and learn about nature that surrounds us. Meet at West Coon Rapids Dam Regional Park Visitor Center, 10360 W River Rd, Brooklyn Park.
  • Adult Explorer Series: Archery

    ADULT EXPLORER SERIES Providing outdoor, nature-focused experiences, Three Rivers Explorer Camps, part of Three Rivers Park District, along with Robbinsdale Community Education and the cities of Brooklyn Center, Crystal, Golden Valley, New Hope and Robbinsdale have teamed up to offer these sessions of outdoor fun that is affordable and accessible for older adults. Activities involve moderate outdoor walking. Dress for the weather, and bring a water bottle. ArcheryHave you ever wanted to try archery? Join us and 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 Robbinsdale Middle School, 3730 Toledo Ave N, Robbinsdale.
  • Basic Home Plumbing Repair

    Tired of paying exorbitant fees for plumbers? Learn to repair minor plumbing problems or replace fixtures yourself. You will take apart different types of faucets, replace a pop-up drain assembly, and discuss the internal working parts of a toilet. You will be able to cut and glue plastic pipe and solder copper pipe and fittings.
  • DIY - Drywall NEW!

    Transform your home! Take care of those cracks, nail holes and larger holes without replacing the entire wall. You’ll actually practice repair work on a drywall sample in class. If you are planning to repair or finish a room, this class is definitely for you. Bring a hammer and a screw gun, if you have them.
  • 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 218
  • Hobby Group - Square Dance

    Square Dancing/Round Dancing offers music, friendships, mild exercise and lots of fun. We dance at the Mainstream level (lowest or first level) on the second Friday of each month during the school year and welcome all current Square and Round dancers. Mainstream level on Fridays:   Sep 14     Oct 12      Nov 9       Dec 14       Jan 11       Feb 8       Mar 8       Apr 12      May 10Plus level:    Nov 30      Mar 29       May 7Plymouth Middle School Cafeteria   6-10 pm
  • 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 25 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. Drop in and see what we're about.
  • 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.
  • Kayak Adventures

    Enjoy a leisurely paddle on Cedar Lake, Lake of the Isles and Lake Calhoun. We will start our adventure on Cedar Lake and paddle to Lake of the Isles and Lake Calhoun, where we will stop for a box lunch and then paddle back to Cedar Lake. Instruction and guide provided by Active Solutions. Open to all abilities, as this is a great opportunity if you have never been in a kayak! Fee includes instruction, solo kayaks, paddles, life jackets, guide, and lunch. Registration deadline is one week before the class starts or until registration fills. Meet at Cedar Point Beach on Cedar Lake (2101 Cedar Lake Parkway, Minneapolis, MN). Offered in partnership with the Park & Recreation programs of Brooklyn Center, Crystal, New Hope, and Robbinsdale.
  • Photo Organization - Print & Digital - Spring

    Imagine..... all your photos, all in one place and a system that allows you to access any photo & movie in literally seconds!! In this class we will talk about scanners for copies & repair of older prints and slides, cloud storage services; owning vs renting. We will cover everything you need to know to complete this project... & quickly! Never worry about losing another photo again!
  • Power Tools for Women I - Spring

    Explore the world of power tools and woodworking in this introductory, hands-on class. Learn to safely use drills, sanders, routers and saws. Week one, everyone will use all tools and learn the proper way to use them and important safety considerations. Week two, complete a small bench woodworking project to take home.Note: Long hair must be tied back and no loose clothing, for safety reasons. Bring safety goggles, a tape measure and pencil to class.
  • Power Tools for Women II - Spring

    You wanted to grow your skills - now we’ve got the class for you to do it! Continue the learning and woodworking fun in this sequel to Power Tools I. We will be making an end table with bookshelf underneath. Prerequisite: Power Tools I or permission of instructor. Students must transport project home the first night and back the second evening. Note: Long hair must be tied back and no loose clothing for safety reasons. Bring safety goggles, a tape measure and pencil to class.