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  • Yoga for Teens

    Join us for a yoga class that is customized for teens. This knowledgeable instruction and attention will center you, move you through a wide range of postures, challenge and build your flexibility and strength, and support you in deep relaxation as well as provide valuable life and stress management skills. You’ll leave feeling good: energized, refreshed, calm.This class will be located at the Good Vibrations Yoga Studio (11 10th Ave So., Hopkins, MN 55343)
  • Beyond the Applause--Acting Intensive for High School Actors

    This 6 week class will ask actors to think critically and creatively as they explore monologue and scenework. This class will promote artistic risk-taking and spontaneity while working on character analysis, objectives, tactics, transitions and critical emotional moments of decision. Audition techniques and choices will also be discussed. Scholarships are available on a limited basis by contacting Community Education.
  • Amazing Art Workshop - STEAMin’ UP SUMMER

    Calling all artists, scientists, engineers, and math lovers! Young Rembrandts have a new workshop filled with new ways your child can explore the fascinating world of STEAM! This four-day workshop will dive into a new discipline every day so that all children learn their possibilities. Students will illustrate different types of Sciences, new Technologies, incredible feats of Engineering and striking Math principles - all while creating crazy awesome Art. Your child’s brain is growing every day!
  • Youth Lacrosse

    Check out a summer alternate sport that allows your child to be moving and learning new skills, all while having fun playing a fast paced game! We will be utilizing soft lacrosse balls. No padding will be needed and all equipment will be provided.  Participants should wear athletic shoes and active wear.
  • Horseback Riding Day Camp

    Come ride and learn about horses! Learn how to groom, tack-up, lead and do in-hand work with horses. Attendees will also enjoy horse-related crafts and activities, like braiding a horse's mane and tail and helping feed, water and care for horses. Proper attire includes sneakers or boots (closed toe and heel), long pants and layers, depending on the weather.Bring bug spray, sunscreen, nut-free snacks, water bottle and nut-free bag lunch. ASTM/SEI certified helmets provided. Signed waivers required. This camp is run in partnership with Hopkins-Minnetonka Recreation Services.Location: Boulder Point Stables, AnokaTransportation provided from the Eisenhower Community Center, Door B
  • Hopkins Youth Football Camp

    The Hopkins Youth Football camp seeks to promote the growth and development of players in a fun, safe and competitive environment that maximizes participation and improves players' skills while developing sportsmanship, teamwork, and self-confidence. Campers will meet NFL athletes, play fun team challenges, and experience a full day of water activities!Open to boys & girls entering grades 3rd – 8th in fall 2018.Camp Objectives: Develop important, SAFE techniques and position skills. Build GREAT TEAMMATES and BELIEVE in them. Learn the fundamentals of the position you want to play. Participate in individual, small group and large group team drills. Running form and stretching exercises emphasized daily. Parent information: -Campers must bring a bag lunch each day, a pair or cleats and gym shoes, water bottle, and swimming gear for our Water Day! (Friday, June 29th)-Half day camp is from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and full day camp is from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.-This is a non-contact camp.-Your child does not have to attend Hopkins School District 270 to participate.-For more information, please email Anthony Johnson at Anthony@youthzonefitness.org
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  • Lego Robotics Wild Animals

    Do you love LEGOS? Do you think building things and working on the computer is fun? Then this is the class for you! You will be able to build LEGO models featuring working motors and sensors; then program the models and watch them follow your commands. Explore and develop your skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics during hands on class. Build an alligator, lion, and bird; then program them to come to life using Lego WeDo software.
  • The Mannerly Manners Club

    Penn State and Duke University research showed showed skills learned in early childhood are linked to success as young adults. It’s never too early to teach our children the ground rules of social etiquette. Mannerly Manners® a leading etiquette source supports family values and is designed specifically for active, early learners. Using engaging role-play activities, music, and puppets, children discover the value of using social skills. Your child will learn the basics of everyday manners, such as how and why it's important to be respectful of others, how to properly introduce yourself, table manners and much more. Fee includes a Mannerly Manners® Club Coloring Book, lots of handouts to help reinforce lessons, parent information packet with details of each lesson, Certificate of Completion, and a surprise gift for each student at graduation. More information at: www.mannerlymanners.com
  • School of Fish

    School of Fish is a kids fishing class taught by pro angler and television show host Mike Frisch.  Students learn about lakes, finding fish in those lakes, and some great ways to catch them.  They also learn to tie a fishing knot and rig and use a slip-bobber setup and class will end with some dock fishing.  All equipment is provided.  Participants will receive a rod & reel, tackle box with Northland tackle, Cabela's $10 gift card, KLN Snack Pack, and coloring book.
  • Prairie Fire Theater Presents: Jack & the Beanstalk

    Join us in this new and exciting theatrical opportunity!  Register now and enjoy a week-long theater experience with performances of "Jack & the Beanstalk" on Friday evening and Saturday afternoon!   All students will attend auditions on Monday, be assigned roles, and receive their Tuesday schedule the same day.  Participant's Schedule:Monday-Thursday, August 20-23: 10am to 2:15pmFriday, August 24: 2:30pm to 7:15pm. Performance at 6pm at Eisenhower Community Center Theater. Saturday, August 25: 1pm-3:30pm. Performance at 2pm at Eisenhower Community Center Theater. Direction, costumes, props and supplies are provided by the renowned Prairie Fire Children's Theater staff.  Students should bring a bag lunch each day. See prairiefirechildrenstheater.org for more information.Note: This class will take place after Camp Royal ends for the summer so there will be no wrap around care provided.