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  1. Youth Cooking Classes

    September 12, 2017, 11:45 AM - December 12, 2017, 4:30 PM @ Kenilworth Assembly Hall

    At Sticky Fingers Cooking, our passion is helping youth discover the joys of cooking- up and sharing healthy super-tasty food to nourish their bodies and minds! (aka: turning picky-eaters into enthusiastic healthy food explorers) Our Dedicated + Creative Crew of Chef Instructors All of our Sticky Fingers trained cooking instructors share lifetime love of cooking and a passion for cooking with kids! We have Montessori school teachers, culinary school teachers, summer camp directors, catering chefs, and graduates from Le Cordon Blu in Paris on our talented team of kids cooking instructors. They have mastered the secrets of creatively mixing together a sense of fun and excitement as they combine the love of cooking with nutritional information, safe cooking skills and hygiene, jokes, geography, math skills and food history to help inspire a lifetime love of delicious, healthy family cooking! www.stickyfingerscooking.com

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  2. Bit Space: Bytes - Virtual Worlds and Video Games

    September 19, 2017, 3:30 PM - December 19, 2017, 5:00 PM @ Kenilworth Assembly Hall 410 Kenilworth Ave Kenilworth, IL 60043 US

    In our Bytes class, students will start out with a crash course in computer basics. From there, they will learn how to design virtual 3D worlds and create their own video games using the Unity 3D game development platform. About Bit Space: Chicagoland’s premier youth-only maker lab--a place where kids ages 6+ can learn to use real tools to build real things. Kids work with our guides to learn how to use hand tools, power tools, electronics, robotics, 3d printers, laser cutters, CNC milling machines, computer modeling and design software, computer game development software, virtual reality, and new media to design and build just about anything. We try to live up to our goal of inspiring and guiding the next generation of inventors, entrepreneurs, and problem solvers by teaching children to be producers rather than consumers of technology. Our guides are experts from the fields of architecture, design, engineering, and computer programming.

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  3. Young Rembrandts Drawing Classes Ages 4 - 6

    October 25, 2017, 12:45 PM - December 6, 2017, 1:30 PM @ Kenilworth Assembly Hall

    Young Rembrandts classes will challenge and excite your budding artist while prepare your child as a lifelong learner. Drawings like the marbles will help your child master the art of creating a circle, a deceptively simple yet complex shape. The acorn and apple basket drawing will strengthen your child’s compositional skills and use of colors. Basic facial and figure drawing will also be addressed as our students learn to draw a scarecrow. These are just a few of the many great lessons our students will learn. Enroll your child in a Young Rembrandts class. THEY WILL LOVE IT! YOUNG REMBRANDTS provides all classroom supplies and a trained instructor. Parents are responsible for transportation at class end.

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  4. SKILLS CLINICS - SESSION I

    November 11, 2017, 5:30 PM - December 16, 2017, 6:30 PM @ Joseph Sears Assembly Hall

    About the Program: GameFace coaches will assist players in learning the techniques for dribbling and shooting. Whether you are looking to shoot a 3, a layup, or a floater – GameFace will assist in teaching the proper mechanics to do so. Game Ready! GameFace coaches will help players learn the fundamentals of basketball. Their goal is to help kids learn about in-game situations, make decisions, and assist players with transferring the skills they have learned to actual games! Defense! Basketball isn’t just about how to make buckets! Our coaches will teach kids the fundamentals behind defending the basket. At their Speed! Our coaches teach their skills clinics at the speed of the kids. Each clinic is customized depending on the skill level of the children. In many occasions, participants are split into groups where they can learn at the same pace of their peers.

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  5. Karate and Conditioning Program

    November 21, 2017, All Day @ Kenilworth Village House – 600 Ivy Court, Kenilworth, IL. 60045

    Beginner Karate Students will learn the fundamentals of traditional Japanese Karate in a positive and focused environment. Each athlete will develop the basic skills of self-defense, situational awareness and multi-sport core skills. The Continuing/Intermediate Karate class will focus on developing more advanced Karate, Judo and Jiu-Jitsu skills in conjunction with an introduction to elite level Kumite (sparring) as based on the precepts of the U.S. Olympic Committee Training Center. Intermediate Karate The Intermediate Karate Program (Samurai) will expand each student’s fundamentals of Traditional Japanese Karate as well as the basics of Japanese Judo (throwing and falling).Students will begin to learn the fundamentals of Kumite (sparring) and have an opportunity to participate in regional competitions.

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  6. Karate and Conditioning Program

    November 23, 2017, All Day @ Kenilworth Village House – 600 Ivy Court, Kenilworth, IL. 60045

    Beginner Karate Students will learn the fundamentals of traditional Japanese Karate in a positive and focused environment. Each athlete will develop the basic skills of self-defense, situational awareness and multi-sport core skills. The Continuing/Intermediate Karate class will focus on developing more advanced Karate, Judo and Jiu-Jitsu skills in conjunction with an introduction to elite level Kumite (sparring) as based on the precepts of the U.S. Olympic Committee Training Center. Intermediate Karate The Intermediate Karate Program (Samurai) will expand each student’s fundamentals of Traditional Japanese Karate as well as the basics of Japanese Judo (throwing and falling).Students will begin to learn the fundamentals of Kumite (sparring) and have an opportunity to participate in regional competitions.

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  7. Young Rembrandts Drawing Classes Ages 6 - 12

    November 27, 2017, 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ Kenilworth Assembly Hall

    Back to school is in full swing and Young Rembrandts will present a bountiful selection of drawings that introduces our students to a fascinating world of color, pattern, and design. We explore color usage and composition in our chameleon and in keeping with the season, our stylized fall leaves drawing challenges our technique and color scheme. Your student will learn important artistic themes and concepts in our art history lessons. All this and more awaits your child in the Young Rembrandts classroom! YOUNG REMBRANDTS provides all classroom supplies and a trained instructor. Parents are responsible for transportation at class end.

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  8. Karate and Conditioning Program

    November 28, 2017, All Day @ Kenilworth Village House – 600 Ivy Court, Kenilworth, IL. 60045

    Beginner Karate Students will learn the fundamentals of traditional Japanese Karate in a positive and focused environment. Each athlete will develop the basic skills of self-defense, situational awareness and multi-sport core skills. The Continuing/Intermediate Karate class will focus on developing more advanced Karate, Judo and Jiu-Jitsu skills in conjunction with an introduction to elite level Kumite (sparring) as based on the precepts of the U.S. Olympic Committee Training Center. Intermediate Karate The Intermediate Karate Program (Samurai) will expand each student’s fundamentals of Traditional Japanese Karate as well as the basics of Japanese Judo (throwing and falling).Students will begin to learn the fundamentals of Kumite (sparring) and have an opportunity to participate in regional competitions.

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  9. Karate and Conditioning Program

    November 30, 2017, All Day @ Kenilworth Village House – 600 Ivy Court, Kenilworth, IL. 60045

    Beginner Karate Students will learn the fundamentals of traditional Japanese Karate in a positive and focused environment. Each athlete will develop the basic skills of self-defense, situational awareness and multi-sport core skills. The Continuing/Intermediate Karate class will focus on developing more advanced Karate, Judo and Jiu-Jitsu skills in conjunction with an introduction to elite level Kumite (sparring) as based on the precepts of the U.S. Olympic Committee Training Center. Intermediate Karate The Intermediate Karate Program (Samurai) will expand each student’s fundamentals of Traditional Japanese Karate as well as the basics of Japanese Judo (throwing and falling).Students will begin to learn the fundamentals of Kumite (sparring) and have an opportunity to participate in regional competitions.

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