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Galaxy Far Away-Spring Break Engineering Space Camp - 111000

NEW!
Join us this spring break for an adventurous journey through space! Blast through the atmosphere into an out of this world realm by building a rocket. Build a world where rebels and the dark side start epic battles. Campers use project kits and model plans to build moving LEGO creations. Models incorporate gears, beams, axles, motors and battery packs. Build motorized models that represent spacecrafts from your favorite space movie. Dynamic activity stations along with daily take homes are provided. All campers receive a custom LEGO mini figure at the end of the week.

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Galaxy Far Away-Spring Break Engineering Space Camp
03/26/2018 -03/30/2018
9:00 am -12:00 pm
M, Tu, W, Th, F
6-10
$175.00/$200.00

Valentine Sweets & Treats - 111002

Join us for this yummy class where each child will use their creative skills to make an entire tray of special cookies and cupcakes. Also included will be aprons, a variety of frostings and a wide array of sprinkles and toppings to add to the fun. Each child will go home with enough goodies to feed the entire family. This class is with parent.

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Valentine Sweets & Treats
02/08/2018 -02/08/2018
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Th
3-12
$35.00/$52.00

Chess Scholars - 111017

Develop your child's intellect through the royal game of chess! Chess has been proven to enhance children's motivation, concentration, focus, social skills and creativity. No previous knowledge of chess is necessary. Each class consists of fun, interactive teaching and guided practice time. Both beginners and experienced players are welcome and can get to the next level under the guidance of an experienced Chess Scholars coach. There will also be a chess competition with prizes.

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111017-01
Chess Scholars
01/22/2018 -02/26/2018
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
M
5-12
$99.00/$119.00

LEGO Stem Workshop - Mission to Space - 111020

NEW!
Get inspired to go on your own adventure on a Mission to Space. Discover some incredible structures at Kennedy Space Center's Launch Complex 39, travel the surface of the moon on a lunar rover and explore Mars on board the Curiosity. Our tour would not be complete without a visit to the International Space Station. We provide the bricks, all you need to bring is your imagination!

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111020-01
LEGO Stem Workshop - Mission to Space
01/10/2018 -01/31/2018
4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
W
6-10
$60.00/$80.00

Jr. Robotics with WeDo 2.0 - 111021

Turn your next LEGO creation into a robot programmed to do exactly what you tell it to do! The Jr. Robotics program offers all the fun of building with LEGO bricks plus the challenge of computer programming. LEGO Education's WeDo 2.0 is a drag-and-drop, icon-based software that introduces kids to the world of wireless computer programming and robotics. This fun, action-packed program combines practical technology skills with endless fun for kids.

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111021-01
Jr. Robotics with WeDo 2.0
02/14/2018 -03/07/2018
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
W
7-11
$63.00/$83.00

Kidz Night Out - Mining & Crafting Workshop - 111022

Enjoy a night out with friends and experience the exciting world of Minecraft using LEGO bricks. Kids will craft their shelters, mob characters, critters and tools using LEGO bricks. Our specialized model plans incorporate beams, gears, axles, motors, battery packs and other technic LEGO components.

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111022-01
Kidz Night Out - Mining & Crafting Workshop
02/02/2018 -02/02/2018
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
F
5-9
$33.00/$45.00

Kidz Night Out - Galaxy Far Away - 111023

Build rockets to blast through the atmosphere into a realm that is truly out of this world. Build a world where rebels and the dark side start epic battles. Our one-of-a-kind models incorporate gears, beams, axles, motors and battery packs. We'll build motorized models that represent aircraft from your favorite popular space movie. Come experience this stellar journey to a galaxy far away.

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111023-01
Kidz Night Out - Galaxy Far Away
03/16/2018 -03/16/2018
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
F
5-9
$33.00/$45.00

Mother/Daughter Glamour Hair - 111031

Moms, bring your daughters to this amazing class and learn the skills in order to create a variety of simple up-do's and braid. Forget going to the beauty salon every time she needs her hair done for a dance, cheer, gymnastics, school play or even special events. A variety of styles will be taught to accommodate different age groups. Each girl will choose from a sparkly collection of clips and glitters to polish off their new look. Goodie bags are included. This class is with a parent.

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111031-01
Mother/Daughter Glamour Hair
02/02/2018 -02/02/2018
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
F
4-12
$39.00/$58.00

St. Paddy's Day Cake Decorating - 111032

Join us for this fun class decorating the perfect St. Paddy's Day Cake, cupcakes, cake box and chef hat. Our celebration will include all the toppings, frostings, candy and decoration to make your own special masterpiece. This class is with parent.

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111032-01
St. Paddy's Day Cake Decorating
03/14/2018 -03/14/2018
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
W
3-12
$37.00/$55.00

Magic Class - 111037

Children are guaranteed to have a great time as they learn a collection of fascinating and mesmerizing tricks. Amaze family and friends with tricks that involve cards, ropes, coins, mind-reading and more! Children are grouped by age and learn tricks that are age-appropriate. Brand new tricks are always taught at each session! All materials are provided. Each child receives a magic kit to take home.

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111037-01
Magic Class
01/25/2018 -01/25/2018
5:15 pm - 6:10 pm
Th
5-12
$20.00/$30.00
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111037-02
Magic Class
03/19/2018 -03/19/2018
6:30 pm - 7:25 pm
M
5-12
$20.00/$30.00

Wacky Winter Wonderland Science - 111040

Investigate the science of winter! What does winter taste, smell and feel like? We will make fluffy snow, explore pine cone science, learn the anatomy and care of rabbits along with the mystery of how icicles grow so long. Get your senses ready for a one-of-a-kind treat. Each participant will get a souvenir from class.

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111040-01
Wacky Winter Wonderland Science
01/10/2018 -01/10/2018
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
W
5-10
$39.00/$58.00

St. Patrick's Day Slime-ology Lab - 111041

Have the slime of your life with this St. Patrick's Day themed slime lab where kids will make their own goo and then be able to customize it. Gear up with goggles, test tubes and more for this extremely messy experience. Play with 15 different kinds of slime and splat balls, edible slime and even a slime-themed snack. All kids will go home with a slime souvenir.

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111041-01
St. Patrick's Day Slime-ology Lab
02/27/2018 -02/27/2018
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Tu
5-11
$22.00/$33.00

April Fool's Day - What a Joke! - 111042

Learn the history and science behind this comedic day! We will investigate over 20 pranks and reveal how the best pranks are creative, not mean-spirited. We will also find out how other countries celebrate April Fool's Day. All kids will take home a prank toy souvenir.

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111042-01
April Fool's Day - What a Joke
03/07/2018 -03/07/2018
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
W
6-12
$22.00/$33.00

Cooking Skills & World Cuisine: Chef-Led Student Cooking Program - 111059

This five-week, global class explores the culture and cuisine of five countries. Young chefs will learn how to follow a recipe, prepare and cook ingredients. Students will be challenged to use a wide variety of equipment and tools safely and effectively and will be able to eat what they cook every class. Graduates of this program are able to cook a balanced healthy meal. For safety purposes, no jewelry or open-toed shoes; hair must be pulled back.

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111059-01
Cooking Skills & World Cuisine: Chef-Led Student Cooking Program
01/10/2018 -02/07/2018
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
W
8-11
$330.00/$350.00
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111059-02
Cooking Skills & World Cuisine: Chef-Led Student Cooking Program
02/21/2018 -03/21/2018
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
W
8-11
$330.00/$350.00

Small Bites - 111060

This five-week program teaches students about nutrition and healthy cooking through a series of one-hour lessons combining nutrition and knife-free cooking. Students are given the opportunity to connect math, language arts and science concepts to hands-on experiences that will give them the tools to live longer, healthier lives. Students will also make and enjoy eating a snack every class. All students must have closed toe shoes, hair pulled back and no jewelry for safety purposes.

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111060-01
Small Bites Cooking Program
01/09/2018 -02/06/2018
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Tu
5-6
$130.00/$150.00
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111060-02
Small Bites Cooking Program
02/20/2018 -03/20/2018
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Tu
6-8
$150.00/$170.00

Coding for Beginners - 111087

This class introduces the script language Bash to teach planning, programming, debugging and documenting. Kids will engage with different programs for scripting(shells) and learn to choose the right one for the task at hand. The course culminates with writing a script for their Arduino mini-computer (included).

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111087-01
Coding for Beginners
01/16/2018 -03/20/2018
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Tu
8-13
$295.00/$315.00

Coding - Intermediate - 111088

This class introduces the script language Bash to teach planning, programming, debugging and documenting. Kids will engage with different programs for scripting(shells) and learn to choose the right one for the task at hand. The course culminates with writing a script for their Arduino mini-computer (included).

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111088-01
Coding - Intermediate
01/18/2018 -03/22/2018
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Th
8-13
$295.00/$315.00

ACT Seminar - 146000

ACT scores are very important to the college admissions process. They are one of the only ways you can significantly impact your application in a short period of time. In this seminar, we will sort through the many concerns, questions and uncertainty students may feel. Topics covered will include tips/strategies for taking the test, basics of the admissions process and test anxiety. Class is held at the Westmont Park District.

Classes are FREE but registration is required!

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146000-01
ACT Seminar
01/05/2018 -01/05/2018
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
F
14-18
$0.00/$0.00

ACT Practice Test - 146001

A practice test is crucial to ward off those test day jitters and predict how you may score on the real thing. Experience first-hand what test day is like. A representative from Sylvan will provide a proctored ACT test and scores will be returned to each student with analyzed results. Please bring a healthy snack and drink, #2 sharpened pencils and an approved calculator. Wear comfortable clothing. Cell phones will not be allowed. Program held at Westmont Community Center, 75 E. Richmond St. Classes are FREE but registration is required.

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146001-01
ACT Practice Test
01/06/2018 -01/06/2018
9:00 am -12:30 pm
Sa
14-18
$0.00/$0.00

SAT Seminar - 146002

SAT Scores are very important to the college admissions process. In this seminar, we will sort through many common concerns, questions and uncertainty you may feel about the test. Topics covered will include tips, strategies, basics of admissions process and test anxiety. Class is held at Westmont Park District. MN

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146002-01
SAT Seminar
02/01/2018 -02/01/2018
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Th
14-18
$0.00/$0.00

SAT Practice Test - 146003

The competition to get into college continues to grow each year. With Sylvan's SAT practice test, you benefit from avoiding test day stress by building confidence. A representative from Sylvan provides a proctored SAT practice test and students are contacted with their scores. Please bring a snack, drink, #2 pencils and an approved calculator. Cell phones are not allowed. Program held at Westmont Community Center, 75 E. Richmond St. Class is FREE but registration is required.

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146003-01
SAT Practice Test
02/03/2018 -02/03/2018
9:00 am -12:30 pm
Sa
14-18
$0.00/$0.00

Escape Room - 146005

It's a race against time as players solve a series of puzzles using clues, hints and strategy to complete the objectives at hand to unveil the secret plot which is hidden within the room. This experience teaches team building skills and is all around just a fun experience! Drop off takes place at Oakbrook Terrace Park District 1S325 Ardmore Ave., Villa Park.

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146005-01
Escape Room
02/17/2018 -02/17/2018
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Sa
12-16
$20.00/$25.00

Interview & Application Boot Camp - 146006

Want a great summer job? You're not alone-in fact, you're competing against hundreds of other teens for only a handful of available jobs. Learn the most common mistakes made during the job search and how to avoid making them. Gain valuable knowledge on how to prepare an effective application and resume. Learn how social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are used by employers to find out about you before you even get an interview. Taught by Recreation Professionals from surrounding park districts with experience hiring young staff, this class can help set you apart from your competition and land the job you want. This program is held at Westmont Park District.

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146006-01
Interview & Application Boot Camp
02/23/2018 -02/23/2018
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
F
12-16
$10.00/$15.00

Alpine Valley Ski Trip - 146007

Alpine Valley features over 90 ski-able acres with impeccably groomed snow. With over 20 runs for beginner to advanced, plus 3 terrain parks, there's something for everyone. Grab a friend and enjoy this fun day off of school! Trip departs from Westmont Park District. A waiver will be emailed to you and must be signed and turned in on the day of the trip. Please bring additional money for lunch and a locker if needed. Registration Deadline is January 8.

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146007-01
Alpine Valley Ski Trip
01/15/2018 -01/15/2018
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
M
11-16
$195.00/$195.00

Feed My Starving Children - 146008

This non-profit organization is dedicated to feeding children around the world in over 70 countries. Teens will volunteer and hand-pack meals to be sent to malnourished children. Fee includes transportation and supervision. Trip departs/returns from Lisle Park District 1925 Ohio St.

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146008-01
Feed My Starving Children
03/26/2018 -03/26/2018
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
M
12-17
$8.00/$8.00

The Birches Assisted Living - 146009

The Birches provide their residents with the necessary resources to live a physically, mentally, and socially active life, so they can remain healthy, strong and vibrant at any age. There are many events the facility schedules that provide recreation opportunities for the residents. Volunteering for one of these events allows you to make a difference in the lives of these residents as well as have fun in the process! An additional perk is the community service hours that will be fulfilled in the process. Come out, have a great time, and make a difference!

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146009-01
The Birches Assisted Living
03/29/2018 -03/29/2018
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Th
12-17
$0.00/$0.00

Self Defense Seminar - 146010

This workshop is designed to be extremely effective in teaching teen girls how to protect themselves. The central focus is to create an extremely safe learning environment while ensuring high quality service. Instructors are members of the Bolingbrook Police Department. Training includes practicing full force self-defense techniques, as well as everyday safety skills which focus on awareness and prevention skills. The workshop emphasizes techniques that can stop an attack without violence. All workshops involve physical practice, role play and stories to teach skills. Please wear athletic clothing and gym shoes.

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146010-01
Self Defense Seminar
03/24/2018 -03/24/2018
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Sa
10-14
$0.00/$0.00

Babysitting for Success - 146025

Discussions, role-playing activities and practical experiences are all part of this class that covers diapering, feeding and playing with children, child development, emergencies and first aid. Bring a snack and a doll to each class. A student reference book from the Academy of Pediatrics and many other resource materials are included. Students receive a certificate of completion for the eight-hour class.

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146025-01
Babysitting for Success
02/05/2018 -02/08/2018
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
M, Tu, Th
10-16
$50.00/$75.00

Advanced Cooking Skills: Chef-Led Student Cooking Program - 146050

This five-week, global class explores the culture and cuisine of five countries. Students will learn to understand the importance of using their five senses in the kitchen and focusing on consistency in recipes. They will be challenged to use a wide variety of cooking equipment and ensure they know to safely and effectively use each tool. Each day we will cook a 3-course meal and eat afterwards! All students must have close-toed shoes, hair pulled back and no jewelry for safety purposes.

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146050-01
Advanced Cooking Skills: Chef-Led Student Cooking Progra
02/22/2018 -03/22/2018
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Th
11-14
$350.00/$370.00

Coding for Beginners - 146087

This class introduces the scripting language Bash to teach planning, programming, debugging and documenting. Kids will engage with different programs for scripting(shells) and learn how to choose the right one for the task at hand. The course culminates with the kids writing a script for their Arduino mini-computer (included) that checks the health and operation of the computer. For kids who took Computer Hardware for Beginners, we encourage them to bring back their self-built Arduino.

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146087-01
Coding for Beginners
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
W
14-18
$249.00/$315.00

Coding - Intermediate - 146088

This class introduces the scripting language Bash to teach planning, programming, debugging and documenting. Kids will engage with different programs for scripting(shells) and learn how to choose the right script for the task at hand. The course culminates with kids writing a script for their Arduino mini-computer (included).

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146088-01
Coding - Intermediate
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
F
8-15
$249.00/$315.00

Rules of the Road - 171000

Sponsored by the State of Illinois, prepare for the general written and road sign exam and updates on Rules of The Road.

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171000-01
Rules of the Road
01/08/2018 -01/08/2018
1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
M
55-99
$0.00/$0.00

AARP Smart Driver Course - 171001

Successful completion of this two-day safety course may qualify those over 55 for a reduction in their liability insurance plan. The program is not connected with the written driving exam. AARP Member $15/Non-member $20. Fees will made payable to AARP the first day.

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171001-01
AARP Smart Driver Course
01/03/2018 -01/04/2018
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
W, Th
55-99
$0.00/$0.00

Beginner Line Dance - 171002

This class is for brand new line dancer or for people who enjoy easy dances. Line dancing is fun exercise, good for your memory and it gives you an opportunity to meet new people and try new things! In this beginner class, we will learn easy dances like "Electric Slide," "Little Rumba" and "Boot Scootin' Boogie." Requests are welcome in class. The dress code is casual. Gym shoes are encouraged unless you are dying to wear cowboy boots. Walk-ins are welcome and may pay at the door. $4 daily drop-in rate.

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Beginner Line Dance
01/04/2018 -02/22/2018
10:30 am -11:30 am
Th
30-99
$20.00/$26.00

Intermediate Line Dance - 171003

Previous experience in line dancing is essential. If you know how to do grapevines, shuffles and rock steps, you are good to go! In this intermediate class, we will learn dances like "ZJ Ozzy's Funk," "Mucara Walk" and more. Requests are welcome in class. The dress code is casual. gym shoes are encouraged unless you are dying to wear cowboy boots. Walk-ins are welcome and may pay at the door. $4 daily drop-in rate.

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171003-01
Intermediate Line Dance
01/08/2018 -02/26/2018
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
M
30-99
$20.00/$26.00

Geoffrey Baer's Chicago by "L" DVD - 171004

The ride of your life is just a turnstile away! Join Geoffrey as we take a special look at Chicago's ethnic diversity from on-board the "L" which provides a unique, elevated glimpse into the cultural life, architectural features, and hidden treasures of a number of Chicago's neighborhoods and close-in suburbs.

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171004-01
Geoffrey Baer's Chicago by "L" DVD
01/24/2018 -01/24/2018
10:00 am -11:00 am
W
55-99
$5.00/$7.00

VA Aid & Attendance Benefits - 171005

NEW!
Start the new year off right by finding out if you or your loved one are eligible for VA Pension with Aid and Attendance in which wartime veterans and spouses can receive a monthly pension to help pay for assisted living care in their home, assisted living or nursing home.

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171005-01
VA Aid & Attendance Benefits
01/17/2018 -01/17/2018
10:00 am -11:00 am
W
55-99
$5.00/$7.00

Passport to the World DVD: New Zealand - 171006

PBS travel expert, Rudy Maxa, starts us going to the South Island which weaves KIWI culture with scenic splendor. The vast vineyards helped bring this country’s wines to the world stage. The city of Queenstown draws adventurists from around the world. On the North Island we’ll explore the Bay of Islands’ magnificent coastline by kayak, visit the historic site, the Waitangi Treaty Grounds, where Maori chiefs signed a controversial treaty with Britain. We’ll also visit an oyster farm, a primeval kauri forest, see a Maori Stick Performance and much more.

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171006-01
Passport to the World DVD: New Zealand
02/21/2018 -02/21/2018
10:00 am -12:00 pm
W
55-99
$5.00/$7.00

Amateur Radio General Class - 171007

The DuPage Amateur Radio Club will be offering a seven week General Class License course for those with a Technician Class Amateur license wishing to upgrade. At the end of the seven weeks, a test will be given for the General Class license. The required text for the class is $30 (available at the first class). The cost of the test for the Amateur License is an additional $15.

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171007-01
Amateur Radio General Class
01/13/2018 -03/03/2018
9:00 am -12:00 pm
Sa
10-99
$14.00/$21.00

Amateur Radio Technician Class - 171008

Want to talk to far off places, provide communication in an emergency,or just learn more about radio communication? The DuPage Amateur Radio Club will be offering a seven-week course for entry level into the basics of radio communications. At the end of the seven weeks, a test will be given to obtain a Technician Amateur Radio Operators license. The required text for the class is $30 (available at the first class). The cost of the test for the Amateur license is an additional $15.

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171008-01
Amateur Radio Technician Class
01/20/2018 -03/03/2018
9:00 am -12:00 pm
Sa
10-99
$14.00/$21.00

Adult CPR & AED - 171009

This course covers CPR for the adult victim (over eight years of age) along with rescue techniques for conscious and unconscious choking victims. The course also covers the use of the AED. Certification is valid for two years.

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171009-01
Adult CPR & AED
02/01/2018 -02/01/2018
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Th
12-99
$42.00/$60.00

Infant & Child CPR - 171010

Designed for childcare providers, teachers and parents. This course focuses on rescue techniques for full arrest victims from newborn to two years of age. The course also covers conscious and unconscious choking along with rescue breathing. The use of an AED is discussed. Certification is valid for two years.

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171010-01
Infant & Child CPR
03/01/2018 -03/01/2018
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Th
12-99
$42.00/$60.00

CPR/Basic Life Support - 171011

This class is for healthcare professionals. All students should have previous CPR training. Class includes adult, child and infant CPR and AED as well as two rescuer CPR, bag valve masks and conscious/unconscious choking victims.

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171011-01
CPR/Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers
03/15/2018 -03/15/2018
6:00 pm -10:00 pm
Th
15-99
$42.00/$60.00

Hunter Safety Education - 171012

Passing a Hunter Safety class is required for anyone born on or after Jan 1, 1980 who wants an Illinois hunting license. This course also meets the requirements for adult hunters in many other states. Children under 12 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. You must attend all sessions and pass an exam to receive a certificate.

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171012-01
Hunter Safety Education
02/06/2018 -02/15/2018
6:30 pm -10:00 pm
Tu, Th
12-99
$0.00/$0.00

Amateur Radio Extra Class - 171013

The DuPage Amateur Radio Club will be offering an eight-week Extra Class License course for those with a general or Advanced Class Amateur License wishing to upgrade. At the end of the eight weeks, a test will be given for the Extra Class License. The required text for the class is $30 (available at the first class). The cost of the test for the Amateur license is an additional $15.

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171013-01
Amateur Radio Extra Class
01/06/2018 -03/03/2018
9:00 am -12:00 pm
Sa
10-99
$18.00/$27.00

The Engineering & Science of Water Parks - 211000

NEW!
A lot of science goes into providing a safe trip down those tubes. How do water parks use basic physics and engineering concepts to keep their 85 million annual visitors safe? Children learn the secrets behind the fun of those slippery water slides, the winding lazy river, the wild wave pool, splashing spray parks, and the snack shack. Highly motivating materials like tubes, funnels, pumps, lights, basins, sprayers and more will be used to enrich children's understanding of the water park industry. This experience makes a BIG splash with children. After this class participants will never look at water parks in quite the same way! A concession style themed snack will be offered during the program.

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211000-01
The Engineering & Science of Water Parks
05/16/2018 -05/16/2018
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
W
7-13
$39.00/$58.00

Got Self-Esteem & Leadership? - 211001

NEW!
As parents, we want the best for our children...friends, sports, vacations, education, teachers, clothes, technology and the list goes on. What about the gifts of high self-esteem and leadership? Self-esteem is how one feels about ones self. It is believing in ones talents and knowing one has value to offer the world. When one has this, it becomes easier to become a leader. Through creative expression in an incredibly fun workshop participants have the chance to cultivate self-worth and won't even realize they are working on self-esteem. Children participate in interactive self-esteem booster games like Potato Chip Champ, Balloon Bust, Ten Seconds, and more! The instructor is a Certified Professional Life Coach and provides great tips for building self-esteem and being happy leaders.

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211001-01
Got Self-Esteem & Leadership?
04/11/2018 -04/11/2018
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
W
7-12
$37.00/$57.00

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