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    122304 - Adult Horse Camp- 101

    Join us for this Adult Camp experience! It is a three-day beginner's camp. On Wednesday, you will learn about the special care of horses and ponies (how to feed, water and brush them, how to care for their hooves). On Thursday you will learn riding skills and be able to ride in the ring with instruction (walk, halt, steering) using cones. On Friday, if you are ready, and it is safe for you to do so, you will enjoy a leisurely ride on the beautiful shady trails of the farm. (This farm is not accessible/ mobility is essential and balance is a must!) Pack a lunch and bring a full water bottle. Wear footwear with a heel and long pants that allow you to move about comfortably. Helmets, transportation to the farm, instruction and other beverages provided. If you would like to sign up for the Friday session only you must have previous experience.

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    Add to Cart122304-AAdult Horse Camp$35/$4550 years and UpW06/21/17- 06/21/1711:00A- 3:00P Enrollment Details
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    122305 - Hope Cemetery Tour

    Join us as we wind our way through Hope Cemetery, one of the most spectacular in Vermont. Marvel at the life-sized "Palmisano", the hand carved "Bettini" (a favorite chair), the "Corti" the life-sized couple being memorialized, and the "Orlandi" Greek Corinthian columns, among many others. Bag lunches will be provided and there will be plenty of time to wander and appreciate the work of some of the world's most artful stone carvers. Lots of walking.

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    Add to Cart122305-AHope Cemetery Tour$30/$4018 years and UpTh06/01/17- 06/01/1710:00A- 2:00P Enrollment Details

    124802 - Adult Team Tennis

    Tennis Professionals from Sports & Fitness Edge will teach introductory skills of tennis, combined with instruction in doubles play and scoring. Tennis is an active game you can play for a lifetime.

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    Add to Cart124802-AAdult Team Tennis$50/$6018 years and UpW06/21/17- 07/26/17 6:30P- 8:00PLeddy ParkEnrollment Details

    124803 - Maven Adult Skate Workshop

    Think that skateboarding is just for kids? Think again!
    Challenge yourself mentally and physically by learning how to skateboard and/or progressing in your skateboarding ability. We encourage communication, openness and perseverance while each athlete progresses to their next level. During this 6 week workshop participants will learn basic riding skills such as balance, pushing, turning, stopping, riding transitions, and dropping-in. Advanced skaters will have the opportunity to drop in on bigger obstacles/features, and learn more challenging tricks.

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    Add to Cart124803-AMaven Adult Skate WS$75/$8518 years and UpW07/19/17- 08/23/17 7:00A- 8:30AWaterfont ParkEnrollment Details

    125500 - Adult Skating Clinic

    This exciting class is designed for the adult skater who is ready to learn more advanced skating skills. The class will focus on mastery and improvement of skating skills including turns, spins and jumps.
    Skaters not able to commit to all classes may purchase punch cards at the rate of $125 for 5 classes or may pay the walk-on fee of $30 per class.

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    Add to Cart125500-AAdult Skating Clinic$140/$16016 years and UpM07/10/17- 08/28/17 6:15P- 7:45PLeddy Park ArenaEnrollment Details

    125900 - ASL 1

    Sign Language can broaden your communication skills, stimulate your senses, and increase your ability to be expressive. This can be an excellent preparatory tool for learning theatre mime techniques or fostering a career as an interpreter. Please contact our instructor Alex Grist at CoolAGrist@aol.com with questions.

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    Add to Cart125900-AASL 1$75/$8518 years and UpTh06/08/17- 08/17/17 6:00P- 7:30PMiller CenterEnrollment Details

    125905 - Summer Adult Karate

    Japanese Shotokan Karate-do is a dynamic wellness activity geared to develop physical, spiritual and mental balance and provide lots of fun. Our program is designed to develop the foundations of Karate training and provide a safe and fun environment for you to explore your personal mind and body limits. Beginners and advanced students are welcome. Taught by Jairo Blanco, Head Instructor for the Japan Karate Association of Vermont and assistant instructor Marcia Blanco. Participants are required to purchase a uniform.

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    Add to Cart125905-ASummer Adult Karate$100/$11014 years and UpTu, Th06/27/17- 08/17/17 6:00P- 7:30PMiller CenterEnrollment Details

    125906 - Women's Self Defense 1

    Women's Self Defense Level 1 empowers women to have a practical, powerful and effective response to common attacks. Learn simple easy skills to keep you safe. All fitness levels welcomed! No prior experience is necessary. Taught by the All Women Safety Team.

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    Add to Cart125906-AWomens Self Defense1$37/$4714 years and UpTu08/01/17- 08/01/17 6:00P- 8:30PMiller CenterEnrollment Details

    125907 - Women's Self Defense 2

    Women's Self Defense Level 2 teaches hands-on practice of stances, strikes, and evasive moves. Must take the Level 1 course before taking the Level 2 course. Taught by the All Women Safety Team.

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    Add to Cart125907-AWomens Self Defense2$37/$4714 years and UpTu08/08/17- 08/08/17 6:00P- 8:30PMiller CenterEnrollment Details

    125908 - Burlington Edible History Tour

    Part food. Part history. The Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions, when farm to table was a way of life. Over a 2-mile walk, you’ll discover the local ethnic history and food traditions of many groups, including Abenaki, African Americans, Yankees, Chinese, French Canadians, Germans, Greeks, Irish, Italians, Jewish, and Lebanese. To celebrate their traditions of eating local foods – often from their own backyards – we will sample food at five cafes and restaurants that serve local foods: ECHO, Maglianero, Church & Main Restaurant, Penny Cluse, and Juniper Bar & Restaurant. Along the way, you’ll hear fascinating and diverse stories such as the first recorded food cart on Church Street, owned by Jews from Latvia, and an Irish meat company that sponsored a German sausage maker who was about to be abandoned at Ellis Island. This tour offers a different side of Burlington’s rich history, uncovered by tour co-founders, Elise Guyette & Gail Rosenberg.

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    Add to Cart125908-AEdible History Tour$50/$6018 years and UpTh06/15/17- 06/15/17 1:00P- 4:15PArts Off-Site LocEnrollment Details

    125909 - Continuing in ASL

    This class is for students who have taken ASL classes with Burlington Parks, Recreation & Waterfront or college credit classes. You will be learning a log of vocabulary signs and sign sentences. You will also practice ASL conversations with sign idioms, loan signs and other signing tools. Please contact Alex Grist, our instructor, at ACoolGrist@aol.com with questions.

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    Add to Cart125909-AContinuing ASL$75/$8518 years and UpTh06/08/17- 08/17/17 7:30P- 9:00PMiller CenterEnrollment Details

    125910 - Womens Self Defense Level 3

    Level III reviews the strikes learned in Level I and Level II as well as the self-defense skills, techniques and strategies learned previously. In addition, students are given the opportunity to practice scenarios against members of The Safety Team or a padded male attacker, whichever may be more comfortable. All activities are at the discretion of the participant. Level I and II are prerequisites for this class. Instructors: Womens Safety Team

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    Add to Cart125910-AWomens Self Defense$3714 years and UpTu08/15/17- 08/15/17 6:00P- 8:30PMiller CenterEnrollment Details

    422100 - Popular Afro-Caribbean Dance

    Come learn the basics of popular Afro-Caribbean dances such as bachata, salsa, merengue, and kizomba. This is unique in that it will incorporate questions of social justice, dance kinesiology, and principals of exercise. My hope is that you leave with more awareness about the struggles we all face living comfortably in our bodies, technique, and some information about how to take care of your bodies!
    We need our bodies as healthy as possible to improve our dance. That is a process that takes place from the inside out. In that sense, this course will improve your dance in other styles you might love, too!

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    Read Notice422100-AAfro-Caribbean Dance$8518 years and UpW04/05/17- 04/19/17 6:00P- 8:00PMcClure Multigen CtrEnrollment Details

    422302 - Personal Journals with Megan

    In honor of National Poetry Month, we’ll be making beautiful journals. All materials are included as well as a cool studio space to help get your creative juices flowing! No experience necessary as we try our hands at some new and easy ways to create small books. Then, you can fill yours with your own musings or give it away as a sweet gift.

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    Add to Cart422302-APersonal Journals$19/$2918 years and UpW04/12/17- 04/12/17 9:30A- 11:00AArts Off-Site LocEnrollment Details

    422304 - Labyrinth Serenity Walk

    Join us for a peaceful day of thought and reflection of the natural environment as you walk around an open labyrinth. Enjoy the three stages of the walk and perhaps you will find an answer you have been grappling with or come out looking at your life with a new view. Wear walking shoes and dress warmly. Also, bring a snack and full water bottle.

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    Add to Cart422304-ALabyrinth Walk$5/$1018 years and UpF04/14/17- 04/14/17 1:00P- 3:00P Enrollment Details

    425900 - American Sign Language

    This class is for students who have taken ASL classes with Burlington Parks, Recreation & Waterfront or college credit classes. You will be learning a log of vocabulary signs and sign sentences. You will also practice ASL conversations with sign idioms, loan signs and other sign tools. Please contact Alex Grist, our instructor, at CoolAGrist@aol.com with questions. No Class on April 25th.

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    Add to Cart425900-AContinuing in ASL$75/$8518 years and UpTu04/04/17- 06/13/17 7:30P- 9:00PMiller CenterEnrollment Details

    425902 - Adult Karate

    Japanese Shotokan Karate-do is a dynamic wellness activity geared to develop physical, spiritual and mental balance and provide lots of fun. Our program is designed to develop the foundations of Karate training and provide a safe and fun environment for you to explore your personal mind and body limits. Beginners and advanced students are welcome. Taught by Jairo Blanco, Head Instructor for the Japan Karate Association of Vermont and assistant instructor Marcia Blanco. Participants are required to purchase a uniform.

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    Add to Cart425902-BAdult Karate$100/$11014 years and UpW, F05/03/17- 06/23/17 6:00P- 7:30PMiller CenterEnrollment Details

    425931 - Basic Spanish

    Come learn the Basics of Spanish with Sam Carter, a Spanish interpreter with the Association of Africans Living in Vermont. Sam Carter has lived, worked and studied in Cuba for 2. In this course, you will gain the skills you need for basic survival Spanish. This includes subjects like the simple tenses, introductions and expressions, basic components of grammar.

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    Read Notice425931-ABasic Spanish$75/$8518 years and UpSa04/08/17- 05/06/1712:00P- 1:00PMiller CenterEnrollment Details

    425932 - Basic Spanish 2

    Come continue building on your basic Spanish skills. In this course, we will cover more complex topics such as compound tenses, specialized vocabulary, and object pronouns. This course is ideal for anyone looking to strengthen their Spanish abilities and become a strong intermediate Spanish language learner. Sam Carterthe instructor is a Spanish interpreter with the Association of Africans Living in Vermont. Sam Carter has lived, worked and studied in Cuba for 2 years.

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    Read Notice425932-ABasic Spanish II$75/$8518 years and UpSa04/08/17- 05/06/17 1:30P- 3:00PMiller CenterEnrollment Details

    425933 - Healthy Living with Pain

    Join this six-week program to help you enjoy a healthier life! Learn how to maximize your potential even when living with regular pain that may require you to alter your activities, join two specially trained leaders, one of whom also lives with pain, in a relaxed, supportive atmosphere. Learn and practice new ways to manage your pain so that you can get on with living a satisfying fulfilling life.
    Topics covered include:
    • Ways to deal with problems such as frustration, fatigue, isolation and poor sleep.
    • Communicating effectively with family, friends, and health professionals
    • Appropriate exercise for maintaining and improving strength
    • Nutrition
    • Appropriate use of medications
    • Pacing activity and rest, and
    • How to evaluate new treatments.

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    Add to Cart425933-AHealthyLiving w/Pain$018 years and UpW04/26/17- 05/31/1710:00A- 12:30PMiller CenterEnrollment Details

    425934 - A Taste of Art Paint & Sip

    Come get your creative juices flowing for 2 hours while instructor Sue Brassard guides you through a painting of baby owls step by step. Relax and lose yourself in a fun and colorful environment! Bring your own non-alcoholic beverage.

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    Add to Cart425934-AA Taste of Art$42/$5216 years and UpTu04/04/17- 04/04/17 6:00P- 8:00PMiller CenterEnrollment Details

    425935 - ASL 3

    Students must have taken ASL 1 & 2 classes before registering for this ASL class. This ASL class focuses on greater use of sentence formation, aspects of deaf culture, new vocabulary, classifier signs and more. Must be familiar with the alphabet, and have basic knowledge of vocabulary and numbers. Please contact our instructor Alex Grist at ACoolGrist@aol.com with questions about levels and which is appropriate for you. No Class on April 25th.

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    Add to Cart425935-AASL 3$75/$8518 years and UpTu04/04/17- 06/13/17 6:00P- 7:30PMiller CenterEnrollment Details

    425936 - Real Estate Questions

    Thinking about downsizing your home, moving to something smaller and easier to manage but don’t know how to start? Do you have questions about Reverse Mortgages, selling your home, or upgrading your current home? Learn what updates can help you shorten your time on the market and bring you more $$ at the closing table. This program is geared towards someone who has been in their home for many years and is unfamiliar with the sales process. Gain information on the home buying and selling process without the sales pitch. Liz Merryman has been a full time Realtor for over 20 years. She is a Senior’s Real Estate Specialist and a member of the VT Elderly Resource Group.

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    Add to Cart425936-AReal Estate Question$018 years and UpTu04/04/17- 04/04/17 1:00P- 3:00PMiller CenterEnrollment Details
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    425937 - The History of Lake Champlain

    Join Gary Decarolis of Burlington History Tours for a presentation on: The History of Lake Champlain
    The history of Lake Champlain is simply amazing! It has served as a battleground for centuries for the Iroquois and the Algonquin Nations, the French and Indian War, the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812. Shipbuilding, sacred grounds, fiefdoms, forts, social experiments, recreation and commerce have all played a role in shaping the history of the 13th largest lake in the United States. Ben Franklin, General Lafayette, and many US Presidents have all cruised its waters at some point. Come and hear the many incredible stories surrounding Lake Champlain.

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    Add to Cart425937-ALake Champlain Hist$22/$3212 years and UpW04/19/17- 04/19/17 6:00P- 8:00PMiller CenterEnrollment Details

    425938 - Beginning Guitar for Adults

    Join entertainment extraordinaire Corey Gottfried in learning the basics of playing the guitar. These intensive group lessons cover basic chords, strumming, and some finger picking to get you started exploring the versatility of this popular stringed instrument. Participants need their own guitar and to rehearse between sessions; acoustic or electric guitars welcome.

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    Add to Cart425938-ABeginning Guitar for$38/$4819 years and UpM04/17/17- 05/01/17 6:00P- 7:00PMiller CenterEnrollment Details

    425939 - Vermont Maple Madness

    Discover the natural treasure of the Maple Tree as frosty nights and mild days signal the start of the sugaring season! Come enjoy the sweetness of this special treat as we use maple syrup and maple sugar to make products just for you. For your sweet tooth we will make a Maple Chocolate "Bark" to nibble on. To calm the spring cold, we will make a Ginger Maple Cough Syrup and to sooth your skin for spring we will make Maple Sugar Body Polish. Come enjoy the maple bounty!! Instructor: Kelley Robbie from Horsetail Herbs

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    Add to Cart425939-AVermont Maple Madnes$40/$5018 years and UpW04/19/17- 04/19/17 6:00P- 8:00PMiller CenterEnrollment Details
    Add to Cart425939-BHerbal Stress Less$40/$5018 years and UpW05/17/17- 05/17/17 6:00P- 8:00PMiller CenterEnrollment Details

    425940 - Retirement Planning

    By attending Retirement Planning Today you learn about the many ways to save for retirement as well as the advantages and disadvantages of each. You discover how to save money on taxes, manage investment risks and protect your assets from potential long-term health care expenses. Above all, this course shows you how to assess your financial situation and develop a personalized plan to achieve your retirement goals. Instructor: Tim Carney, CFP. Securities and Investment Advisory Services through H. Beck, Inc. Member: FINRA/SIPC Vermont Wealth & Retirement, LLC
    and H. Beck are unaffiliated entities.

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    Add to Cart425940-ARetirement Planning$49/$5918 years and UpTh05/11/17- 05/18/17 6:00P- 9:30PMiller CenterEnrollment Details
    Add to Cart425940-BRetirement Planning$49/$5918 years and UpTu05/16/17- 05/23/17 6:00P- 9:30PMiller CenterEnrollment Details

    452306 - Three Easy Walks

    Join us for one, two, or three easy walks mapped out by the Winooski Valley Park District. These parks are part of their huge park system and we are invited to use them any time they are open.
    On Wednesday, we will warm up at Old Mill Park in Jericho located behind the Old Red Mill.
    On Thursday, we will go to Salmon Hole Park off of Riverside Avenue in Burlington and meander along the River Walk.
    On Friday, we will head over to Colchester Point and do the Delta Park walk.
    Bring a full water bottle and wear sneakers or hiking shoes. Join us for some fresh air and light exercise, conversation and fun

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    Add to Cart452306-AThree Easy Walks Wed$350 years and UpW04/05/17- 04/05/17 2:00P- 4:00P Enrollment Details
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