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ARC Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED 15+

(15-Adult) This American Red Cross course will prepare you to recognize and care for a variety of first aid, breathing, and cardiac emergencies involving adults, children and infants and meets OSHA/workplace requirements. This is a blended course and the online portion must be completed prior to attending the in-class portion and must be taken on a Flash-enabled PC with a high-speed Internet connection. Allow 2 hours 45 minutes to complete the online portion if you are new to First Aid/CPR/AED training or 55 minutes if you have previously received certification. Upon successful completion of this course you will receive a digital certificate for Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED valid for two years.


Bridge I (13-Adult)

(13-Adult) Designed for beginning players and for students who would like to improve. Stresses bidding and basic defense. This course provides an excellent brush-up for players returning to the game. ~


Bridge II (13-Adult)

(13-Adult) Further develop your defensive bridge skills. Designed for students with bridge knowledge. Learn to be offensive on defense. Sessions include a review of basic Standard American Bidding System. ~


Brush-Up Bridge (13-Adult)

(13-Adult) Not for beginners. Must be playing bridge and want to update your skills. Modern Standard American opening bids and responses are emphasized. After demonstration hands, class shuffles and deals. ~


Genealogy-DNA the Basics (13-Adult)

(13-Adult) DNA testing is a powerful tool in genealogical research. Learn the different DNA tests and how they can be useful. This basic course illustrates these tests with examples from speaker's experience. Any supply fee payable to instructor at class.


Genealogy-Exploring Find my Past Database 16+

(16-Adult) Find my Past is a subscription database with many unique records covering the U.S., Canada, British Isles and other countries. The records come from many sources including local and large genealogical societies and libraries. Learn tips and techniques for best search results.


Genealogy-Exploring ScotlandsPeople

(Adults) ScotlandsPeople is a valuable website for Scottish research. This website contains images of vital records, census records and more images that can be found in no other place. Learn hints that can help you use this website.


Genealogy-Family Search Database (Adults)

(Adults) FamilySearch is a free, worldwide database that is rapidly growing, adding thousands of records weekly. Some records are only available on this website which includes an extensive wiki that is a very useful source of information. Learn what is and is not available, and how to best use this site.


Genealogy-Getting Started (Adults)

(Adults) This first course on genealogy is for the beginner and covers getting started, organizing your results and building up your genealogy. Useful websites and other resources are presented.


Genealogy-Scots/Irish Research (Adults)

(Adults) Learn how to trace your Scots-Irish (Ulster-Scots) ancestors. These ancestors are not a mixture of Scots and Irish, but Scots who lived in Ireland. However, not all of these Scotts are Scots-Irish. Learn who the Scots-Irish are and are not. Lecture covers internet research and other resources for this highly mobile group.


Genealogy-Scottish Research via Internet (Adults)

(Adults) Learn about websites that can be useful in your research of your Scottish ancestors. These websites contain databases, indexes and images of records as well as valuable background and other information useful to your Scottish research. Any supply fee payable to instructor at class.


Junior Chefs (6-9 yrs)

(6-9 yrs) Experiment with a variety of cooking techniques while creating an array of savory and sweet dishes. Additional supply fee payable to the instructor at first class.


Mah Jongg Beginning (13-Adult)

(13-Adult) Learn to play American Mah Jongg. Learn the tile names, play procedures and game rules from the Mah Jongg League in New York. We provide handouts and you have opportunities to play as you learn. Supply fee of $9 payable to instructor at first class.


Modern Bridge (13-Adult)

(13-Adult) Prerequisite: Bridge I or equivalent. Short lessons followed by supervised play. Topics include modern changes to the Standard American bidding system and popular conventions. Some homework will be given. Class is led by a Gold Life Master.


Sitter Sessions (9-14 yrs)

(9-14 yrs) Class introduces youngsters to the challenges of babysitting and provides a great foundation for future babysitters.


Snack Attck (6-12 yrs)

(6-12 yrs) Students push the limits on the snack concept and prepare a variety of wholesome, delicious and unique nibbles, such as chicken salad cups, homemade granola bars, veggie nachos, roasted red pepper hummus with homemade pita chips and more. Any supply fee payable to instructor at first class.


Supervised Social Bridge (13-Adult)

(13-Adult) For bridge players at all levels, this class combines lecture and supervised bridge playing in a social environment.


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