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  • Explore 250 Legitimate Home-Based Business Ideas

    Tired of working for someone else? Do you need to make more money? Turn your talents and hobbies into profits by starting a home business.
  • How to Earn Extra Money with a Mystery Shopping Business

    Have you seen ads telling you how to become a shopper, but only if you send them a lot of money? You do not have to pay to begin your new career in this exciting field. You will learn how to start your business endeavor!
  • Make Money with a Virtual Assistant/Word Processing Business

    If you can type, then you can make money at home using your computer. Discover how and where to find clients, 50 ways to advertise/market your services, effective home office equipment choices, and 100 ways to make money with a computer.
  • Meet the Author Event with Dakota County Heritage Library

    Meet Minnesota author Carolyn Porter who will discuss her book, Marcel's Letters: A Font and the Search for One Man's Fate. Porter will share details of her research process, the WWII history behind her book, and the font P22 Marcel Script she created based on handwritten letters found in a Stillwater antique shop.
  • Monetize Websites, Blogs, and Social Media

    Earn a passive monthly income from selling other people’s products by placing a merchant-provided advertisement link on your site and get a commission for every sale, click or lead. Learn where to find 1000+ free and low cost opportunities and how to avoid scams or links that won’t offer a beneficial ROI (return on investment).
  • Photo Organization - Print & Digital

    Having organized photos assures peace of mind. Learn about a system to once and for all get every printed photo, digital photo and your memorabilia organized. Learn about scanning for slides, movies, prints.... backing up, cloud storage & scanners. We will also demonstrate easy ways to repair old photos. You'll leave with a plan for a system that allows you to access every photo you own in literally seconds!
  • Senior Housing Options

    This class is for both family members of aging parents, and aging people. This will be an overview of housing types and the factors to be considered when deciding to age in place or to move.
  • Speaking of Kids

    Do you have kids? Work with kids? Care for kids? Speaking of Kids is for you! Come and enjoy seminars that empower parents, educators, and caregivers by providing information and ideas to enhance your relationship with children and help them succeed. Register for our seminars and enjoy expert advice from professionals working with children. Register online or phone $4 per seminar, $5 at the door or $12 for all four! Registration includes CEU’s Free childcare (ages 2-8) Registration REQUIRED For more information or scholarships call: Judy Johnson 952-232-3726 Understanding Sleep to Promote Youth Wellbeing Dr. Clayton Cook and Dr. Andrew Barnes Alarmingly common among youth, sleep problems result in difficulties regulating mood, reduced academic engagement and performance, increased relationship problems, greater susceptibility to health problems, and impairments in overall quality of life. Adults play a critical role in promoting youth’s healthy sleep. Learn important knowledge about healthy sleep, as well as tools you can use to support youth in getting quality sleep that promote their social, emotional, academic, and physical wellbeing. October 7, 2019 | 7-8:30 p.m. Kenwood Trail Middle School, 19455 Kenwood Trail, Lakeville How to GET and STAY on the Same Parenting Page While Dealing with your Child’s Personality Naomi and Robert Jirele Certified Family Coaches Robert and Naomi Jirele understand the WINS and the WOES of parenting from raising their six biological children who are just six years apart! Learn how to navigate through everyday challenges and thrive as a family. Gain insights and understanding from BOTH parent perspectives while learning how to nurture and cultivate the unique personality and talents of your child...together! November 11, 2019 | 7-8:30 p.m. Meadowview Elementary School, 6100 195th St. W, Farmington Screenagers: Navigating the Digital Age Are you watching kids scroll through life? Are you concerned about technology’s impact on our kids? Screenagers is an award-winning documentary which reveals how tech time impacts youth development and offers solutions to achieve balance in the digital world. Following the documentary, a local mental health provider specializing in this topic will provide practical strategies and tools as you navigate the digital age with your child(ren). February 3, 2019 | 7-8:30 p.m. Kenwood Trail Middle School, 19455 Kenwood Trail, Lakeville Decoding the Mysteries of the Teen Domain: The Top Secret Project (Presentation for Adults Only) Step in to our traveling exhibit, simulating your child’s bedroom, designed to help you! Learn how to identify objects that could provide critical insights for potentially risky behavior. Discover how particular objects can signal physical and mental health concerns, and walk away with valuable resources to prevent unsafe behaviors and take action. New for 2020, this presentation will feature a discussion on the vaping epidemic. March 9, 2020 | 7-8:30 p.m. Meadowview Elementary School, 6100 195th St. W, Farmington
  • Understanding Dementia

    What is the difference between dementia and normal aging? Are there different types of dementia? Attend this program to learn more about recognizing the symptoms of dementia and the numerous disease processes that can cause dementia. Understand why early diagnosis is important and learn some brain healthy tips and exercises. This program is presented by DARTS.
  • Vital Conversations

    As our parents age, there are many tough but necessary conversations that need to happen. Let us help you navigate those conversations with your aging loved one. Topics include moving into senior living, no longer driving and long term care.