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  • "Delish" Autumn and Holiday "Dessert" Soaps

    Make fun and easy, beautiful 3 butter (mango, shea, & cocoa) melt 'n pour soaps with nutrient rich oils that leave your skin soft and smooth. Luscious phthalate-free dessert fragrances perfect for the holidays: chocolate & chestnuts, brown sugar, ginger snap, vanilla spice, sugar cookie, peppermint candy, almond/ honey, green tea, etc., in fun holiday molds. Take home soaps, recipes, and source lists. Cost of materials ($18) will be collected at class. What are the benefits of natural skincare? See what your instructor, Raulla Mitchell, has to say about the topic. 
  • Beginning Bridge, Book One Bidding

    Meet new people, have a good time AND learn to play the most stimulating card game ever, Bridge. This course covers the current approach to basic bidding and play. It is a combination of class time and actual play of hands. It is designed for those who have never played as well as for those who have not played in awhile. Our instructor is a Silver Life Master and ACBL Certified Instructor. There is a book to accompany the course available from the instructor for $20.00. Eden Prairie Community Education www.edenpr.org/epcommunityed
  • Bike Maintenance - Beginner

    Simple preventative maintenance goes a long way in the cycling world. The beginner maintenance class will cover simple repairs that anyone can do in their garage, or more importantly on the side of the road or trail. Learn flat tire repair, simple shift and brake adjustments, tightening bolts, and cleaning and lubing the drivetrain. It will also cover tools needed for repairs.
  • Bike Maintenance - Intermediate

    This class is about expanding your knowledge base of bike maintenance and to give you the opportunity to do basic bike tune ups on your own. It will cover more advanced shifting and braking systems, headset, hub, and bottom bracket bearings and wheel repair. Basic bike knowledge is needed for this class.
  • Fall Wreath Design

    Transform a simple straw (or grapevine) wreath into a beautiful work of art! You will have an opportunity to brainstorm ideas for your project. You will learn how to work with a wire cutter and use a wide array of colorful silk flowers, ribbons, and other fun embellishments to design your own festive wreath that you can proudly display! Registration fee includes all materials.
  • Family Soap Making for the Holidays

    Parents and grandparents, bring your kids to make super melt 'n pour soaps for the holidays! Blend fragrances you'll all love: french vanilla, peppermint candy, cinnabon, sugar plum, and citrus ginger. This is a perfect creative activity for the family! Take home charming soaps in holiday shapes: snowmen, trees, snowflakes, ornaments, and stockings. These make amazing handmade gifts for friends and family! Class fee includes one adult and one child. Supply fee of $18 per pair due to instructor at class. Kids ages 10 and older are welcome.What are the benefits of natural skincare? See what your instructor, Raulla Mitchell, has to say about the topic.
  • Learn How to Crochet

    Learn how to crochet and make beautiful designs! We will make a crocheted pot holder that you can use in your house or give as a gift. A $10 supply fee is due to instructor at class.
  • Shuffle, Deal, and Play Bridge

    Improve your bidding, play and defense in a learning situation. Each class will include a question and answer period and approximately one and a half hours of actual play during which you can ask questions of and receive advice from the instructor. Prerequisite: Knowledge of the basics of the game or completion of Book One (Bidding) by Audrey Grant. Limit: 16  Eden Prairie Community Education www.edenpr.org/epcommunityed
  • Twined Rag Rug

    Reuse and repurpose worn out clothing, linens and/or left over fabrics into creative rag rugs by learning the techniques of Twined Rag Rugs. At the end of the two session class you will leave with a loom, completed 20” x 32” rug, and the knowledge to create more lasting pieces. Bring to class the following: A sharp scissors, crochet hook/latch hook and approximately 15 yards of similar weight fabric (repurposed or new). If you don’t have materials at home, check a local thrift store for fabric, sheets, curtains, or jeans. Instructions on how to prepare your fabric will be distributed to you prior to the class start date.  During the first session, learn how to warp your loom for weaving and learn the weaving techniques. Students will work on their piece over the next week and come to the second session to complete the weaving, remove the rug from the loom and learn techniques for finishing the ends. Plan on a total of 12-15 hours to complete one rug. Instruction on how to prepare your fabric will be distributed to you 5 days prior to the class start date.A $45.00 fee will be collected by instructor in class for the loom purchase and supplies.