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  • An Evening with Jodi Livon

    Spend an evening with psychic medium, intuitive coach and author Jodi Livon. In addition to sharing valuable, down to earth tips for living your most authentic life she will conduct gallery-style-readings on spontaneously chosen audience members.This event will be held in the Deephaven Room at the Minnetonka Community Education Center (4584 Vine Hill Rd, Excelsior 55331)
  • Bird Walk

    Join us as we explore the Wayzata parks for the purpose of observing and identifying wild birds in their natural surroundings. The walks are led by Alex Sundvall, Minnesota Ornithologists’ Union Young Birder Award winner for 2016.
  • Discover Sign Language

    You'll learn signs for colors, numbers, where you live, family, and daily activities. Then you’ll put it all together so you can introduce yourself and start a conversation. Click here to register for this online course Do not use the Enroll Now ButtonIf you have any questions or difficulty registering please contact the Program Manager for Adult Programs at 952-401-5055
  • Economy, Coffee and Conversation

    Join financial professional Derek Strong for coffee and conversation around the economy. This series explores where we have been and where we may be going economically. Come to all discussions or choose the topics that most interest you. No products will be sold. Thrivent and its financial professionals do not provide legal, accounting or tax advice. Consult your attorney or tax professional.Are we headed for the next recession? Over the past few quarters, there has been a lot of rumbling about where the United States and the world is headed economically. In this conversation, we will discuss where different world economies are today and their relation to history. Taxes. Where we’ve been and where we are now. In this conversation, we will discuss the history of federal tax rates and their effect on different types of investments. Don’t worry, it’s just money. In the final conversation of the series, we will discuss the emotional side of investing, economic cycles and the economic elements you can’t control. 
  • Enhancing Language Development in Childhood

    In this fun and user-friendly course for parents, teachers, and caregivers, discover how children learn to process language and how they become proficient speakers and thinkers. Click here to register for this online course Do not use the Enroll Now ButtonIf you have any questions or difficulty registering please contact the Program Manager for Adult Programs at 952-401-5055
  • Hark! The Basement Ladies Sing

    Join us for a holiday evening full of music and laughter! It is December 1960, and members of this rural community have gathered around their reel-to-reel tape player to record a special Christmas greeting for one of their boys serving overseas. As the ladies serve up coffee and cookies, Pastor suffers from a case of stage fright, Mavis smuggles a piglet into the kitchen, a surprise visitor leaves Karin speechless, and the Widow Vivian Snustad gets caught in an embarrassing situation. Throughout it all, you are encouraged to sing along as Beverly Barsness bangs out Christmas carols on the old upright. So come “Fa La La” with the Church Basement Ladies as they deck their fellowship hall. This program is offered in partnership with Project SOAR- Adults With Disabilities Program
  • History and Tea

    Join military historian Dan Hartman for tea, coffee and history. Through informative lectures and discussions in an informal setting we will explore American civics focusing on how the individual parts make up the U.S. Government. Come to all discussions or choose the topics that most interest you.House of Representatives Composed of representatives who sit in congressional districts that are allocated to each of the 50 states on a basis of population as measured by the U.S. Census. U.S. Senate Composed of senators, each of whom represents a single state in its entirety. Each state, regardless of its population size, is equally represented by two senators who serve staggered terms of six years.Presidency Through the Electoral College, registered voters indirectly elect the president and vice president to a four-year term. This is the only federal election in the United States which is not decided by popular voteSupreme Court Is the highest court in the federal judiciary and has the power of judicial review, the ability to invalidate a statute for violating a provision of the Constitution or an executive act for being unlawful.
  • Human Anatomy and Physiology

    Learn the anatomy and physiology of each of our 11 organ systems. By the end of this course, you'll have a greater appreciation and understanding of the marvelous complexity of the human body! Click here to register for this online course Do not use the Enroll Now ButtonIf you have any questions or difficulty registering please contact the Program Manager for Adult Programs at 952-401-5055
  • Introduction to Biology

    Learn how cells and DNA determine the structure and function of the human body and get a foundation for a career in the healthcare or medical professions. Click here to register for this online course Do not use the Enroll Now ButtonIf you have any questions or difficulty registering please contact the Program Manager for Adult Programs at 952-401-5055
  • Spanish 1

    Minnetonka Community Education is partnering with Minneapolis College to offer language classes in Minnetonka. Conversational practice and other exercises are led in a fun and no-pressure atmosphere, making this course ideal for beginners, or as a refresher for those with 'rusty' Spanish skills. The first of four six-week classes is approximately equivalent to one year of high school or one semester of college Spanish. Courses are designed to be taken sequentially.  Click here to register for this online course Do not use the Enroll Now ButtonIf you have any questions or difficulty registering please contact the Program Manager for Adult Programs at 952-401-5055
  • Spanish 2

    Minnetonka Community Education is partnering with Minneapolis College to offer language classes in Minnetonka. Conversational practice and other exercises are led in a fun and no-pressure atmosphere, making this course ideal for expanding your Spanish skills. The second of four six-week classes is approximately equivalent to one year of high school or one semester of college Spanish. Courses are designed to be taken sequentially.  Click here to register for this online course Do not use the Enroll Now ButtonIf you have any questions or difficulty registering please contact the Program Manager for Adult Programs at 952-401-5055
  • Wow, What a Great Event

    Avoid common pitfalls, embarrassing errors, and costly mistakes by learning how all the pieces in the event planning process fit together to make any size or type of event successful.Click here to register for this online course Do not use the Enroll Now ButtonIf you have any questions or difficulty registering please contact the Program Manager for Adult Programs at 952-401-5055