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121129 - Little Medical School
Ever wonder why bones break? Can you name the major bones in the body? Spend time with the Little Medical School staff in this mini course, discussing what bones are made of, practice casting and splinting, and build your own humerus bone model. Through interactive demonstrations, identify types of broken bones - join us and let's make a cast!
|Add to Cart||Available||121129-01||LMS:Let's Make a Cas||03/11/17- 03/11/17||9:00 AM- 12:00 PM||Sa||DCRC||$60/$70||6 years to under 13 years||Item Details|
121130 - Train Your Brain
LearningRx Brain Trainers lead brain training activities and other games and activities that increase cognitive skills in a fun environment. Participants work on memory, attention, problem solving and really challenge their mind.
|Add to Cart||Available||121130-03||Train Your Brain||03/15/17- 03/15/17||4:30 PM- 6:00 PM||W||DCRC||$29/$39||6 years to under 13 years||Item Details|
124181 - Kids Cafe
Join us at the Kids Cafe and become the next great chef in your house. Mrs. Laura takes you step by step in preparing nutritious, delicious, but most importantly, fun recipes. In February, the focus is Chocolate Treats and learning how to cook with chocolate. In March, we celebrate St. Patrick's Day with a focus on Eating the Rainbow. Participants in this session learn how to incorporate a rainbow variety of fruits and vegetables in their cooking. If your child has allergies, please contact Jen Vosters at 614.410.4573 before registering for this program. Registration closes five (5) days before the program to purchase necessary supplies.
|Add to Cart||Waitlist||124181-02||Kids Cafe||03/11/17- 03/11/17||10:00 AM- 12:00 PM||Sa||DCRC||$25/$35||8 years to under 13 years||Item Details|
133100 - Guitar Lessons
Learn acoustic guitar from Derek Mortland, whose 30+ years of experience includes national and international music festivals and artist residencies with the Ohio Arts Council and VSA Ohio. Learn chord structures, basic scales, and the building blocks of music. Play songs of today and classic rock of yesterday. Bring your own guitar or use one of ours. For information call Derek at 614.296.8327 or Scott Hanks at 614.410.4557
|Add to Cart||Waitlist||133100-02||Guitar Lessons||04/06/17- 05/25/17||5:00 PM- 6:00 PM||Th||DCRC||$120/$132||8 years to under 13 years||Item Details|
133150 - Piano Lessons
Learn to play the piano. The instructor works with you at your own pace within a group setting. Build a strong foundation for further piano study while developing a life-long enjoyment of music. This class emphasizes methods to enhance sight-reading, enabling you to play pieces quickly. For information call Scott Hanks at 614.410.4557.
|Add to Cart||Waitlist||133150-05||Piano Lessons||04/03/17- 05/22/17||5:30 PM- 6:30 PM||M||DCRC||$120/$132||6 years and Up||Item Details|
|Add to Cart||Waitlist||133150-06||Piano Lessons||04/03/17- 05/22/17||6:30 PM- 7:30 PM||M||DCRC||$120/$132||8 years and Up||Item Details|
221126 - Premier Chess
Premier Chess provides participants the opportunity to learn one of the most historic, complex games in a casual, entertaining environment. The instructor engages the participants in: group activities; diagram problem solving; and a club tournament experience. Open to both new and skilled players.
|Add to Cart||Available||221126-01||Premier Chess||04/06/17- 05/04/17||6:15 PM- 7:00 PM||Th||DCRC||$75/$85||6 years to under 13 years||Item Details|
222182 - Intro to Ceramics
Learn three basic hand-building techniques (pinch pot, coil, and slab construction) and proper glazing methods to create ceramic pieces based on personal interests. Each class includes a demonstration followed by the opportunity for hands-on practice with additional assistance as needed. Develop individual creative processes and personal expressions through this engaging art form.
|Add to Cart||Available||222182-01||Intro to Ceramics||04/22/17- 05/20/17||11:45 AM- 1:00 PM||Sa||DCRC||$55/$65||5 years 6 months to under 13 years||Item Details|
224170 - Karate/Beginners
This introductory class covers 30 basic upper and lower body techniques (kihon). Additional course work includes basic self-defense, break falls and rolls. No prior experience is required. All participants receive a course manual. Instructors provide information on gi (uniform) and IWKA membership (additional fee). Belt work for this class includes: white and yellow.
|Add to Cart||Available||224170-01||Karate/Beginners||04/04/17- 05/25/17||5:30 PM- 6:30 PM||Tu, Th||DCRC||$72/$82||6 years to under 13 years||Item Details|
224171 - Karate/Intermediate
This novice class is intended for students with some prior experience or who have completed the beginner class curriculum. Instruction includes the continued study and practice of kihon, introduction to kata (prearranged fight sequences) and introduction of kumite (sparring). Instructors provide information on sparring equipment and belt promotion (additional fee). Belt work for this class includes: yellow, blue and green.
|Add to Cart||Available||224171-01||Karate/Intermediate||04/04/17- 05/25/17||6:45 PM- 7:45 PM||Tu, Th||DCRC||$72/$82||8 years and Up||Item Details|
224172 - Karate/Advanced
For this advanced class, course work includes the continued study and practice of kihon, advanced kata, bunkai (application of kata), and kobudo (weapons training) with bo and sai. Minimum prerequisites include a working knowledge of at least five kata's by matriculation or permission of the instructor. Belt work for this class includes: green, purple, brown and black. Students must be at least 16 years of age to earn full adult black belt status. Instructors provide information on equipment and belt promotion (additional fee).
|Add to Cart||Available||224172-01||Karate/Advanced||04/04/17- 05/25/17||8:00 PM- 9:00 PM||Tu, Th||DCRC||$72/$82||10 years and Up||Item Details|