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4-H Summer Camp 2022 for Grades 3rd-5th July 12-14, 2022

DOUGLAS/BURNETT COUNTY 4-H SUMMER CAMP July 12-14, 2022 Luther Park Camp & Retreat Center, Danbury Burnett/Douglas County 4-H Summer Camp is for all youth in grades 3-5 (ages 8-11). This year’s theme is “Forces of Nature”. Youth don’t have to be an enrolled 4-H member to participate in this fun event! Priority is given to […]

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WeCOPE Stress Reduction Class for Adults June 13th-July 20th

Managing life’s challenges in healthy ways allows participants to take better care of themselves and others. This six-week program meets via Zoom, once a week for 1 hour. Participants gain the most by practicing the skills between sessions using a workbook and journal provided. Wednesday, June 13th-July 20th, 2022, 11:30 am-12:30 pm Register at https://forms.gle/h6mC4k4bz3aRjzKD9 […]

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AMP (Aging Mastery Program) Starts July 13th

The Aging Mastery Program is offering a virtual class for Douglas County Residents. Dates:  July 13th-September 28, 2022 Wednesdays Time:  9 am-11:30 am Build your own personal playbook for aging well. This fun, innovative program empowers you to take key steps to improve your well-being, add stability to your life, and strengthen ties to your […]

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Triple P Positive Parenting Classes for Parents of kids 0-12 and Teens

Choose from classes for Parents of Children 0-12 or Teen 13-16 years old. TRIPLE P POSITIVE PARENTING SEMINARS FOR PARENTS OF CHILDREN 0-12 YEARS OLD An introduction to the strategies of positive parenting. Attend any number of three 60-minute classes. FREE at-home tip sheets are given to all parents who attend seminars. 0-12 CLASSES REGISTER […]

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Area Animal Science Days June 2022

Sign up for WI 4-H Area Animal Science Days! Regional animal science educational opportunities are available to Wisconsin 4-H members.  Specifically, Area Animal Science Days is a series of two day-long events held around the state in June where youth in the beef, dairy, horse, sheep, and swine projects increase their decision-making skills and knowledge […]

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Cooking Class for 6th-12th Graders at SMS starts June 27th

Join our FoodWIse educators for fun cooking classes! This is open to kids entering 6th-12th grade next fall. Location:  SMS FACE room Dates:  June 27th-30th & July 11th-14th, Mon-Thurs only (no class the week of July 4th) Times: Mon-Thurs 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Register by: 6/17/22 at https://go.wisc.edu/6u5h82 Open to the first 20 students […]

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The Wisdom of Trauma Documentary Viewing

When: Tuesday, May 17th, 2022      5:00-5:30 pm:  Resource fair and light meal      5:30-8:00 pm:  Film screening and discussion Where:  Superior High School PAC               3600 Catlin Ave.               Superior, WI 54880 Cost:  FREE RSVP:  https://go.wisc.edu/uq5yyq Walk-ins welcome. We welcome […]

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Make It OK Zoom Workshops May 3rd and May 23rd

Do you want to help reduce the stigma of mental illness? Do you want to learn more about how to Make It OK to talk about mental illness? Join us for a brief online Zoom session on how you can Make It OK in our community. Tuesday, May 3rd, Noon-1:00 pm or Monday, May 23rd, […]

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A Farmer’s Toolkit for Well-Being

In just 3 sessions learn how to… 1)  Understand how daily stressors impact your well-being and farming practice 2)  Use mindfulness tools to manage stress and improve health and well-being 3)  Help your community be more connected and supported Sign up for any or all that fit your needs and schedule. PLEASE NOTE: THE FIRST […]

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StrongBodies Spring Session May 3rd-June 30th

Virtual Strength Training Class Sign Up Today! New Classes May 3rd-June 30, 2022 Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 am –10:20 am Join us from the comfort of your home Participants Register at:  https://go.wisc.edu/47st9w Limited exercise equipment available for participant use CLICK HERE for a PDF version of this flyer Questions? Contact Julie at julie.montgomery@wisc.edu

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