Dog Training Classes
Puppy Kindergarten is a six week course for puppies twelve weeks to five months of age. Your puppy will be introduced to a collar and leash, learn controlled walking, sit/stay, come and approaching other dogs. When the class is completed, your puppy receives a diploma for his or her accomplishments. Proof of vaccinations are required upon registration. A six foot nylon or leather leash is required - collars will be discussed at the first class.
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The Zumba fitness program combines hypnotic Latin rhythms with easy to follow movements with moderate difficulty. Zumba has one simple goal...to help you love working out. The course is 7 weeds and has 14 classes, offered Mondays and Wednesdays or Tuesdays and Thursdays, two classes per week.
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The Clinton Community Garden Committee wishes to welcome all experience levels of gardeners, from those who have been gardening for years, to those who want to learn new or better ways to garden and to those who are novices and beginners. Individuals, families and groups are all welcome to rent one or more plots.The Community Garden is an organic garden site located at the corner of 13th Ave N. and N. 11th St. Plots sizes are 10 feet by 10 feet and allocated on a first come, first serve basis. Some specially designed plots are used to grow food that gets donated to local food pantries. Seeds and tools are available. Low income discounts are available by calling the Sisters of St. Francis at 563-242-7611.
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Is special course designed for children entering Kindergarten in the fall. The course is five days of learning how to be safe and becoming familiar with safety services guided by teen instructors, many of whom are Safety Town graduates themselves. Topics include crossing the street, poison, fire and stranger safety. The children will learn by classroom instruction, video and practice driving on a town scale model. They will also be visited by a police car, fire engine and community service and safety personnel.
For more information or registration, call 563-243-1260