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    300018 - Round Up for Recreation

    Round up for Recreation! When you are paying your fees for your classes this Winter/Spring, consider "rounding up" your total with one of these options!!

    1A=$0.25
    1B=$0.50
    1C=$0.75
    1D=$1.00
    1E=$2.00
    1F=$5.00
    1G=$10.00

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    Add to Cart300018-1ARound Up for Recreat01/03/18 - 05/09/1812:00 AM - 12:00 AMThank youItem DetailsAvailable
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    310109 - Historic Wade House

    Return to the time of stagecoach travel and visit a community built out of the Wisconsin wilderness by Yankee pioneers and European immigrants. See a real stagecoach on a plank road. Take a Horse-drawn Wagon Ride to tour the 27-room Wade House Stagecoach Inn in Greenbush. Visit the brand new VisitorCenter, which houses
    the Wesley Jung Carriage Museum, Butternut Café, and Gift Shop/Book Store.

    Just a short distance away is Elkhart Lake and Siebkens Resort where you will enjoy lunch in its historic Tavern. The Resort has been in the Siebkens family for more than four generations. You will have a choice of a Siebkens sandwich on homemade rye, potato salad, gourmet cheese curds, dessert, and beverage.

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    Add to Cart310109-1Historic Wade House05/17/18 - 05/17/18 8:00 AM - 5:00 PMPick N SaveItem DetailsAvailable

    310120 - 2018 Chicago Flower & Garden

    Flowers are a sure cure for the winter doldrums.  Walking into Festival Hall is like walking into spring!  The 2018 Flower & Garden Show will "wow" you with life-sized gardens, how-to workshops, and instructional seminars.  This year’s theme, "Flowertales", expresses the tales that every flower has to tell, interpreting the unique role flowers, plants, and gardens play in the stories of our lives and literature. You will have reason to enjoy your own garden whether it’s on a windowsill, a container on your deck, or in your own backyard.

    Located in Festival Hall in Navy Pier on Lake Michigan, you will have time to choose from a variety of dining options Navy Pier has to offer from burgers and shrimp to deep dish pizza to fine dining restaurants.

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    Add to Cart310120-12018 Chicago Flower03/15/18 - 03/15/18 8:00 AM - 5:30 PMPick N SaveItem DetailsAvailable

    310128 - Laverne & Shirley Style

    Schlemeil, Schlimazel, Hasenpfeffer Incorporated!

    Do you know what this means? Find out by taking a fun-filled tour of Milwaukee... Laverne & Shirley Style.  You’ve never been on a tour like this before! You’ll see the Pfister Hotel, City Hall which was the opening shot of the Laverne & Shirley show, the Polish flats which is the style of house that they lived in, the brewery where they worked and eventually went out of business and, of course, stop at the Bronze Fonz statue.  Tour the Lakefront Brewery and everyone will receive two samples and a glass to take home (Root Beer is available for those who do not consume alcohol). Frank, the loud mouth Italian father of Laverne turned up frequently, as he owned the gang’s favorite hang-out, the Pizza Bowl. So this afternoon you’ll enjoy an Italian Pizza Family-Style lunch
    complete with salad, garlic bread, and a non-alcoholic beverage at a local Italian family owned restaurant that
    is well known for their thin crust pizza. We’ll also take in a game of mini-bowling and see if Shotz Brewery really does have the best bowlers. Laverne & Shirley are still trying to beat their high school rival, Rosie Greenbaum, at bowling and need to constantly practice to achieve this (if you are unable to bowl...you will have just as much fun watching everyone else). After working off our lunch we’ll need to stop for a custard treat at Leon’s Drive-In, a Milwaukee Tradition. 

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    Add to Cart310128-1Laverne & Shirley St04/21/18 - 04/21/18 9:00 AM - 4:00 PMGreenfield City HallItem DetailsAvailable

    310141 - Fish Fry Tour

    An exciting day exploring some of Milwaukee’s staples...fish fry, beer and custard!

    Our first stop is at one of Milwaukee’s beautiful churches, St. Francis of Assisi, where there will be a docent led tour.

    Following this tour, it’s back on our bus and off to the Brown Bottle Pub for the first of our two fish fries. You will choose between cod and perch and receive a 1/2 side of french fries, sweet and sour slaw, and tarter sauce plus Schlitz beer.

    The next stop on our itinerary includes a visit to the Lakefront Brewery for a mini brewery tour and sampling (only registrants 21 and older will be able to take advantage of the beer option), and then another fish fry, "Lakefront-style" of a 2-piece cod basket and ending with a little relaxation!

    Finally, we will make one more stop to celebrate our day with a great Milwaukee staple - frozen custard at Gilles!

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    Add to Cart310141-1Fish Fry Tour04/19/18 - 04/19/1810:00 AM - 3:15 PMMuni Parking LotItem DetailsAvailable

    310142 - Craft Breweries Tour

    Our day will begin with a sit-down luncheon at a Milwaukee craft micro brewery and meeting our new "travelling
    companions for the day"!

    After lunch, it’s digging into Milwaukee’s beer history by stopping for a docent tour of the brand new Milwaukee
    County Historical Society’s Brew City MKE Museum. The Museum tells the story of beer through a variety of artifacts, images, and hands-on experiences. Each traveler will also receive a sample of a Milwaukee craft beer from the bar inside the Museum.

    Then, it’s back on our bus and off to explore one more small micro craft brewery before they became famous! You will meet the masterminds behind their location and learn more about their craft philosophies while sampling their product.

    Our tour will then conclude with each of you choosing between Indulgence (a unique beer and chocolate truffle
    pairing) or Purple Door Ice Cream (with some delicious small-batch ice cream) Either choice will be "oh so good"!

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    Add to Cart310142-1Craft Breweries Tour05/10/18 - 05/10/1810:45 AM - 4:00 PMMuni Parking LotItem DetailsAvailable

    310502 - CPR & AED Training-Full Cert

    This American Heart Association CPR course is designed to provide a wide variety of healthcare professionals,
    along with the lay person, the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. Instruction will include adult, child and infant CPR, relief of choking in an adult, child or infant, and adult and child AED use.

    Skills are taught in a dynamic group environment by using the AHA’s research-proven practice-whilewatching
    technique, which provides students with the most hands-on CPR practice time possible.
    This American Heart Association CPR course is designed to provide a wide variety of healthcare professionals, along with the lay person, the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. Instruction will include adult, child and infant CPR, relief of choking in an adult, child or infant, and adult and child AED use.

    Skills are taught in a dynamic group environment by using the AHA’s research-proven practice-whilewatching technique, which provides students with the most hands-on CPR practice time possible.

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    Read Notice310502-1CPR & AED Training01/10/18 - 01/17/18 6:00 PM - 9:00 PMGreendale Fire DeptItem DetailsUnavailable

    310503 - CPR & AED Recert

    This American Heart Association CPR course is designed to provide a wide variety of healthcare professionals,
    along with the lay person, the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. Instruction will include adult, child and infant CPR, relief of choking in an adult, child or infant, and adult and child AED use.

    Skills are taught in a dynamic group environment by using the AHA’s research-proven practice-whilewatching
    technique, which provides students with the most hands-on CPR practice time possible.

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    Read Notice310503-1CPR & AED Recert02/05/18 - 02/05/18 6:00 PM - 9:00 PMGreendale Fire DeptItem DetailsUnavailable

    310508 - AHA-BLS Healthcare Providers

    This course is designed to provide a wide variety of healthcare professionals the ability to recognize
    several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and
    effective manner. Learn the critical concepts of high-quality CPR plus the American Heart Association
    Chain of Survival. Skills covered are for adults, children and infants and include: 1 rescuer and two rescuer
    CPR, bag-mask, rescue breathing and choking.

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    Read Notice310508-1AHA-BLS Healthcare 101/30/18 - 01/30/18 6:00 PM - 10:00 PMGreenfield City HallItem DetailsUnavailable
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    Add to Cart310508-3AHA-BLS Healthcare 305/08/18 - 05/08/18 6:00 PM - 10:00 PMGreenfield City HallItem DetailsAvailable

    310510 - AARP Smart Driver Program

    Done in a day...four hours of classroom instruction with NEW and UPDATED material. The course enables drivers to refresh their knowledge of driving skills and understand how to adjust to age related challenges. Produced by the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), the Smart Driver program teaches preventive measures that save lives. Some insurance companies offer discounts for completion of class-check with your insurance agent for details. We believe strongly in the individual and community benefits that come from this course. Participants MUST pre-register for this class at the Park and Recreation Department. This is an AARP sponsored classroom program. Bring check payable to AARP to class and your AARP membership card to receive discount. AARP Member $15.00 Non-AARP Member $20.00.

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    Read Notice310510-1AARP Smart Driver Pr02/27/18 - 02/27/1812:30 PM - 4:30 PMGreenfield CCItem DetailsUnavailable
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    Add to Cart310510-3AARP Smart Driver Pr04/24/18 - 04/24/1812:30 PM - 4:30 PMGreenfield CCItem DetailsAvailable

    310522 - AHA-Heartsaver 1st Aid

    Learn how to manage illness and injury until professional help arrives and takes over. Course content includes how to respond and manage an emergency in the first few minutes until EMS (emergency medical services) arrives. Learn skills such as how to treat bleeding, sprains, broken bones, shock and other first aid emergencies. Program fee includes textbook, all supplies, and certification card.

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    Add to Cart310522-1AHA-Heartsaver 1st03/05/18 - 03/05/18 6:00 PM - 10:00 PMGreenfield City HallItem DetailsAvailable

    310542 - Digging for Your Ancestors

    In this 4-week program, you will learn about the terms and tools of the trade to assist you throughout the course and for your future research. Vital records and primary sources of information will be shared along with Ancestry and other online sources; and finally, a presentation by you and other class participants on work you have done over the prior 3 weeks of the course and where to go next with your research. Please bring to class each week a thin, three ring binder with subject dividers, loose leaf paper, and blue or black pens, and a red pen.

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    Read Notice310542-1Digging for Your Anc02/26/18 - 03/19/18 6:30 PM - 8:00 PMCanterburyItem DetailsUnavailable

    310576 - Reader's Circle Series

    Join this group of "Book Discussion" aficionados for an informal discussion revolving around these current titles...

    Wednesdays
    February 14: The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto by Mitch Albom (C. Davies)
    March 14: We Were the Lucky Ones by Georgia Hunter (J. Mandel)
    April 11: Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman (L. Kovacic)
    May 9: The Bloom Girls by Emily Cavanagh (J. Haase)

    Registrants must obtain and read the books prior to the program meeting.

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    Read Notice310576-1Reader's Circle Seri02/14/18 - 05/09/18 6:30 PM - 7:30 PMCommunity Learning CItem DetailsUnavailable

    310580 - Successful Aging Book Club

    Successful aging means to grow old without illness, preserve mental abilities, stay active and live life with purpose. Read and discuss books that promote and inspire a positive view of aging. Copies of the books may be requested at the Greendale Public Library. Come to the meetings prepared to discuss the title for that afternoon.

    Copies of the books may be requested at the Greendale Public Library. Come to the meetings prepared to discuss the title for that afternoon.

    February 9-I Feel Bad About My Neck by Nora Ephron
    April 13-The Leisure Seeker by Michael Zadoorian

    Sponsored by SAGE (Successful Aging in Greendale forEveryone) of Greendale Public Health Department

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    Read Notice310580-1Successfull Aging Bo02/09/18 - 04/13/18 1:00 PM - 2:00 PMHealthItem DetailsUnavailable

    310590 - Aging In Place

    It’s hard to ask for help, admitting you need a little help is a sign of strength not weakness! Aging loved ones are
    the "talk of the town" but we need to start talking to one another. From aging in place, to downsizing, it can feel overwhelming. These workshops are designed to provide resources and information on staying independent and "aging in place" while knowing how/where to seek some assistance. Plan to attend one, or both of these workshops presented by Love Thy Neighbor Foundation, with qualified and experienced community businesses and resources. Get empowered and find out about how to help your aging loved ones stay in their own homes. Maybe you need the empowerment yourself! Let us bring the experts to you and start answering the questions many of us evidently have!

    Greendale American Legion Post 416
    6351 W. Grange Avenue

    Facilitator: Love Thy Neighbor Foundation, Greendale Park and Recreation Department and Legion Post 416

    "It's All In the Preparation" - TAKE CONTROL of your Healthcare. Learn how to advocate for yourself with your physicians.

    "AARP 101" - Everything you didn't know that AARP does to HELP SENIORS.

    Homecare/Hospice and ALL Levels of Care - Come hear about ALL levels of care that you can receive IN YOUR OWN HOME FOR FREE when needing to make this decision.

    Post Hospital Care - Our focus will be on providing information on Post Hospital Care IN YOUR OWN HOME/Assisted Living/Rehab AT HOME.

    ***Please make sure to sign up for each session by its individual number***

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    Read Notice310590-1It's All in Prep02/15/18 - 02/15/18 3:00 PM - 4:30 PMAmerican LegionItem DetailsUnavailable
    Add to Cart310590-2AARP 10103/22/18 - 03/22/18 3:00 PM - 4:30 PMAmerican LegionItem DetailsAvailable
    Add to Cart310590-3Homecare/Hospice04/19/18 - 04/19/18 3:00 PM - 4:30 PMAmerican LegionItem DetailsAvailable
    Add to Cart310590-4Post Hospital Care05/17/18 - 05/17/18 3:00 PM - 4:30 PMAmerican LegionItem DetailsAvailable

    310911 - Thinking of Selling Your Home?

    Learn about selling your home in today’s market and how to get top dollar. Get educated in a casual, informal setting. Learn about current market conditions, preparing your home, best return on your investment, staging, pricing strategies, how to effectively market your home, and what happens after an accepted offer. There will also be time for any questions you might have regarding the preparation and process!

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    Add to Cart310911-3Thinking of Selling03/14/18 - 03/14/18 9:30 AM - 10:30 AMGreendale Hose TowerItem DetailsAvailable
    Add to Cart310911-4Thinking of Selling03/14/18 - 03/14/18 6:30 PM - 7:30 PMGreendale Middle SchItem DetailsAvailable
    Add to Cart310911-5Thinking of Selling05/10/18 - 05/10/18 9:30 AM - 10:30 AMGreendale Hose TowerItem DetailsAvailable
    Add to Cart310911-6Thinking of Selling05/10/18 - 05/10/18 6:30 PM - 7:30 PMGreendale Middle SchItem DetailsAvailable

    310914 - Take Fear Out of Home Buying

    While buying a home is a big endeavor, it doesn't have to be scary. The more educated you are, the more confident you'll be when preparing to buy. Attendees learn about current market conditions and how to navigate the home buying process. Learn what type of loan is right for you and how much you can afford. We will discuss why now is a great time to buy and much more. With low interest rates, your purchasing power has never been better.

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    Add to Cart310914-1Take Fear Out of Hom03/07/18 - 03/07/18 9:30 AM - 10:30 AMGreendale Hose TowerItem DetailsAvailable
    Add to Cart310914-2Take Fear Out of Hom03/07/18 - 03/07/18 6:30 PM - 7:30 PMGreendale Middle SchItem DetailsAvailable

    311001 - WI Food Favorites

    Ask someone from another state about the food of Wisconsin and they will most likely say "Beer, Brats, Cheese". Yet, there is so much more! Wisconsin has some incredible local foods; you can choose from an extraordinary array of edibles: produce from apples cranberries to zucchini; ethnic sausages and grass-fed meats; fish from lake and stream; foraged foods; and specialties like hand-crafted beers and wines and cream puffs. Tonight, Staci has picked out some favorites that will please your friends and family. You’ll sample-Brat-stickers with Beer-Soy Dipping Sauce; Captains Steak Joynt-style Beer Cheese Fondue with Captains “Chips”; Chicken Booyah; and Cranberry-Cherry Rustic Tart.

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    Read Notice311001-1WI Food Favorites01/23/18 - 01/23/18 6:30 PM - 8:30 PMGreendale High SchooItem DetailsFull

    311002 - Southern Cooking

    Again join Staci as she takes a peek at the culinary history of a traditional American region-the Deep South! The South is filled with wonderful foods based on the traditions of many different ethnic groups.
    You’ll sample-Shrimp-n-Grits; Hot Brown’s; Southern Corn Pudding; and Shoofly Pie.

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    Read Notice311002-1Southern Cooking02/27/18 - 02/27/18 6:30 PM - 8:30 PMGreendale High SchooItem DetailsUnavailable

    311003 - Updated Irish Cooking

    We’re going to celebrate the “Wearing o’ the Green” and St. Patrick’s Day with an evening of Irish Culinary History, some traditional Irish dishes, and lots of recipes. You’ll sample-Staci’s version of Corned Beef & Cabbage; Butter Braised Carrots and Potatoes Colcannon; Guinness Cupcakes with Chocolate-Whiskey Filling & Baileys Cream Cheese Icing.

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    Add to Cart311003-1Updated Irish Cookin03/13/18 - 03/13/18 6:30 PM - 8:30 PMGreendale High SchooItem DetailsAvailable

    311004 - Grilled Cheese and More

    Cooked bread and cheese is an ancient food according to food historians, popular across the world in many cultures. Evidence indicates that, in the U.S., the modern version of the "Grilled Cheese Sandwich" originated in the 1920’s when inexpensive sliced bread and American cheese became readily available. But tonight, we are going beyond the weird yellow cheese squares and taking it up a notch. These sandwiches are hearty and filling and delicious, yet still give you that childhood comfort food feeling. You’ll sample...Gluten-free Grilled Cheese on Cauliflower "Bread"; Deep-fried Salami & Pickle Grilled Cheese; Whole Grain Grilled Buttermilk Bleu Cheese with Smashed Avocado & Roasted Tomatoes; and Brussel Sprout & Mushroom Grilled Cheese with Prosciutto.

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    Add to Cart311004-1Grilled Cheese and M04/17/18 - 04/17/18 6:30 PM - 8:30 PMGreendale High SchooItem DetailsAvailable

    311005 - Backyard Summer Favorites

    Staci’s got some new and fun recipes for you to get you ready for the summer cooking season! These family friendly recipes will get everyone excited for summer supper—they’re even better if you eat them al fresco! While thinking of summer coming, you’ll sample...Peanut Butter-stuffed and Bacon-wrapped Jalapenos; Beer Can Bacon Burgers Stuffed with Mushrooms, Cheese & Peppers; Backyard Smashed Spuds; Grilled Asparagus; and Pound Cake with Fresh Berries & Dark Chocolate.

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    Add to Cart311005-1Backyard Summer Favo05/15/18 - 05/15/18 6:30 PM - 8:30 PMGreendale High SchooItem DetailsAvailable

    311006 - Hands On-Yooper Pasty

    Pasty (rhymes with nasty--but that is definitely not its description) originated with Cornish miners who migrated to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula in the 1800’s. They brought with them their beloved national dish: the pasty. The Finnish miners that followed adopted these meat pies as their own (easily transportable for long subterranean days!), and the pasty became such a large part of the regional culture that there’s an annual pasty festival in early summer. Do you love them? Have you always wanted to make them, but didn’t know how? Well, this is the class for you! We’re gonna "chop, dice, slice and bake up" a batch of pasties and each person will get to take home three (3) to eat or freeze. These delectable pastry pockets are filled with beef and pork, potatoes, onions, carrots and, of course, rutabaga!

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    Read Notice311006-1Hands On-Yooper Past03/27/18 - 03/27/18 5:30 PM - 9:00 PMGreendale High SchooItem DetailsFull

    311026 - Irish Potatoes Are Smiling

    Potatoes are enjoyed around the world, but the Irish, in particular, have featured potatoes in their cuisine for centuries. Potatoes can be stored for months and have traditionally been one of those ingredients that can sustain a family all winter. As we approach spring and St. Paddy’s Day, come to this cooking demonstration to enjoy a traditional Irish Potato Salad, as well as an easy Potato Chowder. Recipes will be shared to use at home while sampling Julie’s creations!

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    Add to Cart311026-1Irish Potatoes Are S03/07/18 - 03/07/18 6:00 PM - 7:30 PMGreendale High SchooItem DetailsAvailable

    311027 - Dutch Day

    For decades, the Dutch have celebrated the birthday of their monarchs at the end of April. Food is an important part of the holiday. Because the official color of Dutch royalty is orange, much of the holiday food features an orange hue. While our menu won’t be distinctly orange, it will be distinctly Dutch with Gehacktballen met Jus (meatballs and gravy) and Poffertjes (puffy pancakes). The savory meatballs are very versatile and leftovers (if you have any!) can be used in tasty sandwiches. The pancakes are served with butter and powdered sugar and provide a sweet end to the birthday celebration. Recipes will be shared to use at home to prepare Dutch Day treats for family and friends while sampling Julie’s creations

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    Add to Cart311027-1Dutch Day04/23/18 - 04/23/18 6:00 PM - 7:30 PMGreendale High SchooItem DetailsAvailable

    311028 - Let's Make Soup

    Soup is nutritious, can help maintain or lose weight and it’s tasty! It isn’t hard to make and can feed a crowd. It’s also great to eat half and freeze half. This can feed small families several times for the same effort. Making your own soup allows more control over ingredients, including more real food instead of chemicals in your diet. This class will discuss some nutrition information and tips for using homemade soup in weekly menu planning. Participants will then make a variety of soups to sample. Bring containers because there should be some extra to take home.

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    Read Notice311028-1Let's Make Soup01/30/18 - 01/30/18 6:15 PM - 8:45 PMGreendale Middle SchItem DetailsFull

    311029 - Probiotic Drinks & Foods

    Probiotics are good for you and probiotic foods/drinks taste good too. Find out possible health benefits of probiotic rich foods and beverages which include supporting the immune and digestive systems. Sample an assortment of drinks and foods from yogurt to kombucha. Water kefir is a probiotic drink lower in calories than dairy kefir or yogurt and it is dairy free. It’s easy to culture, inexpensive and can be flavored in many ways. Sample different flavored kefirs. Take home water kefir culture so you can make your own. Class includes instructions, jars and kefir culture.

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    Read Notice311029-1Probiotic Drinks & F03/22/18 - 03/22/18 6:30 PM - 8:30 PMGreendale Middle SchItem DetailsFull

    311419 - Triple P-Positive Parenting

    Power of Positive Parenting - This seminar provides an introduction to the five key principles of positive parenting.

    Developing Good Bedtime Routines - Learn how to teach your child healthy, independent sleep patterns.

    Raising Resilient Children - Learn about resilience, why it's important and how you can help children manage their emotions.

    Managing Misbehavior - Teach your child to accept limits, do as they are told and understand the meaning of the word No.

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    Read Notice311419-1Positive Parenting02/08/18 - 02/08/18 6:00 PM - 7:30 PMGreendale Middle SchItem DetailsUnavailable
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    Add to Cart311419-3Raising Resilient03/15/18 - 03/15/18 6:00 PM - 7:30 PMGreendale Middle SchItem DetailsAvailable
    Add to Cart311419-4Managing Misbehavior04/12/18 - 04/12/18 6:00 PM - 7:30 PMGreendale Middle SchItem DetailsAvailable

    311420 - S.T.A.R.T.

    When is the best time to talk to your children about sex? How can you extend teachable moments as your child moves through the teen years?

    Get tips and resources so you can convey YOUR values and expectations about sexual behavior to your children.

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    Add to Cart311420-1S.T.A.R.T.03/06/18 - 03/06/18 6:00 PM - 7:30 PMGreendale Middle SchItem DetailsAvailable

    311421 - Stewards of Children

    "One in ten children will experience sexual abuse before their 18th birthday." Learn how to prevent, recognize,
    and respond to child sexual abuse…protect children by moving from awareness to action!

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    Add to Cart311421-1Stewards of Children04/30/18 - 04/30/18 5:30 PM - 8:00 PMGreendale Middle SchItem DetailsAvailable

    311422 - Senior Care Explained

    Through this four-session panel discussion/lecture series on "Senior Care", you will receive information meant to help you make informed decisions in the complex world of senior care. Being informed when you have a family member in need is the first step towards dignified aging. The first session will help you gain a better understanding of senior care options and when it is appropriate for you. The panel will discuss and define options ranging from in-home health care, independent living, assisted living, and hospice. Our next session will focus on the cost of senior care, what is covered, what is not, and how to get the most out of your life savings. On our third session, the panel will provide discussion on differentiating between "Independent vs Assisted Living", the marketing they use and how to decide which is best for you and what to expect once you have made a decision. The final night of this four-session discussion will focus on end of life care and in-home hospice. Panelists will provide information to help you get a better understanding of in-home hospice and the services available to you and your loved ones.

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    330507 - Crime Fiction Book Discussion

    The Greendale Park and Recreation Crime Fiction Book Discussion theme for the 2017-18 season will be "It’s All Relative." Book discussion members will read the books prior to the meetings. The evening will be spent discussing the books. Copies of the books may be requested at the Greendale Public Library. Discussion members should come to the meetings prepared to discuss the title for that evening. Please see the brochure for the list of books to read!
    Class on March 22 will meet at the Historic Hose Tower.

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