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You purchased an interchangeable lens (DSLR) or advanced point-and-shoot camera, but you can’t make the camera do what you need for portraits, sports, kids, nature and other types of photos. Bring your camera to this hands-on workshop to “get out of automatic” and learn how to use your camera’s Exposure Modes and other functions for a variety of situations outdoors, indoors and with flash.

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Kids Club 2020-2021 Before and After School Programs

Please note, there has been a change in the Registration Process.

You must register for AM & PM care separately.

 

For your Child's safety, we require a two-business day notice when registering

 

Registration

·       Annual Non-Refundable Registration Fee: $45/Single; $55/Family

·       IMPORTANT Deadline: August 21, 2020**

o   To obtain a spot in the Kids Club program, children will need to be registered by August 21, 2020**. To ensure the appropriate staff to child ratio, registrations after August 21st will be placed on a waitlist. Once it is determined that the proper number of staff are hired and trained, we will begin taking names off the waiting lists. This process may begin the week of September 14th**.

·       Register online at www.franklin.k12.wi.us, under Community>Community Education & Recreation Dept.> Kids Club. Please note: For all registrations a 48-business hour waiting period is needed to begin the Kids Club program.

·       All Community Education and Recreation Department past due balances must be paid in full for the Kids Club registration to be completed.  Kids Club Information - Click Here For Additional information please view the Kids Club website or call 414-423-4646.

 

Kids Club Information - Click Here  

 

For Additional information please view the Kids Club website or call 414-423-4646.

 

click here to view CDKC - Country Dale Kids Club details

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Kids Club 2020-2021 Before and After School Programs

Please note, there has been a change in the Registration Process.

You must register for AM & PM care separately.

 

For your Child's safety, we require a two-business day notice when registering

 

Registration

·       Annual Non-Refundable Registration Fee: $45/Single; $55/Family

·       Early Bird Registration: May 1-29 (Save $10 off the Annual Registration Fee)

·       IMPORTANT Deadline: August 21, 2020**

o   To obtain a spot in the Kids Club program, children will need to be registered by August 21, 2020**. To ensure the appropriate staff to child ratio, registrations after August 21st will be placed on a waitlist. Once it is determined that the proper number of staff are hired and trained, we will begin taking names off the waiting lists. This process may begin the week of September 14th**.

·       Register online at www.franklin.k12.wi.us, under Community>Community Education & Recreation Dept.> Kids Club. Please note: For all registrations a 48-business hour waiting period is needed to begin the Kids Club program.

·       All Community Education and Recreation Department past due balances must be paid in full for the Kids Club registration to be completed.  Kids Club Information - Click Here For Additional information please view the Kids Club website or call 414-423-4646.

 

Kids Club Information - Click Here  

 

For Additional information please view the Kids Club website or call 414-423-4646.

 

click here to view CECO406 February is for Foodies details

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                                                                                                       February is for Foodies

There is an abundance of food holidays during the month of February so I picked out some of my favorites and built a class around them.  You'll sample:

  • Tortellini Alfredo with Roasted Broccoli (February 7 is National Fettuccine Alfredo Day and February 12 is National Tortellini Day)
  • Crab Stuffed Flounder (February 18 is National Crab Stuffed Flounder Day)
  • Nutella Crescents (February 5th is World Nutella Day)


click here to view CECO407 Thai One On details

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                                                                                               Tai One On

Back by popular demand.  This all-new class will give you a good overview of the tastes of Thai cooking.  We will learn about the ingredients, spices, cooking methods and techniques that you can do in your own kitchen.  You will taste:

  • Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce
  • Tom Kha Gai (coconut and lemongrass soup)
  • Spicy Thai Basil and Chicken Stir-fry
  • Mango on Sticky Rice

click here to view CECO408-1 Cordon Bleu-A Culinary Classic details

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                                                                               Cordon Bleu - A Culinary Classic

National Chicken Cordon Bleu Day is annually observed on April 4.  This day is all about a special dish combining chicken, ham and cheese.  The French term Cordon Bleu is translated as "Blue Ribbon".  The earliest recipe known was in a March 1964 printing of the Cincinnati Enquirer by the Cincinnati Gourmet, Stanley Demos.  Despite some misconceptions, Chicken Cordon Bleu is an American dish.  This dish is a take on the popular Veal Cordon Bleu.  Tonite you'll sample:

  • Chicken Cordon Bleu with Dijon Cream Sauce
  • Duchess Potatoes
  • Asparagus with Classic Hollandaise Sauce

click here to view CECO409 Steak details

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                                                                                                         Steak

May is National Beef Month so we are going to prepare one of the most popular cuts of steak....sirloin.  We'll pair it with a few sides and get you ready for summer grilling season.  You'll sample:

  • Classic Wedge Salad with Bleu Cheese Dressing
  • Coffee-rubbed Sirloin Steak
  • Homemade Fries with Chipolte Ketchup
  • Raspberry Tart

click here to view CECO410-1 Cioppino - The Actual San Francisco Treat details

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                                                                          Cioppino - The Actual San Francisco Treat

Cioppino is a fish stew originating in San Francisco, California.  It is an Italian American dish and is related to various regional fish soups and stews of Italian cuisine called Cioppin or Cioppio.  It is hearty and satisfying and perfect for a cold winter night.  I will prepare my version of Cioppino along with a few other recipes to make a perfect menu for entertaining.  You'll sample:

  • No-knead Sourdough Bread
  • Apricot-Almond Baked Brie
  • Cioppino
  • Lavender Creme Brulee for a crowd

click here to view CEEN171 - Medicare Education details

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Medicare Education ABC's of Medicare and Much More
Co-op with Greenfield

Are you a baby boomer now eligible for Medicare or coming up in a year or two? Confused by all the mail you are receiving? What is a Medicare Supplement plan? What is a Medicare Advantage plan? What is the difference? And how do I select from the 30 Part D drug plans offered in WI? If these are questions you need answered....THIS IS YOUR MEDICARE SEMINAR.Marsha Kowalski has been educating and helping hundreds of seniors turning 65 and aging into Medicare for over 13 years. She gives you the facts you need to know, the questions you need to ask, and explains the misconceptions many people have about Medicare choices and their options.

Note:  Masks are required.

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Bike Maintenance & Repair

Nothing ruins a bike like a flat tire or squeaky brakes. In this beginner level class, Tom Labisch demonstrates how to perform bike fitting and basic bike repairs like fixing flat tires, drive train, derailleurs and brakes. Learn the correct tools needed to perform basic, preventative maintenance, to troubleshoot and to fix common problems for most bikes. Special tools will be discussed, but are not necessary for the class. Each session will start with a demonstration. Participants can work on their own bike afterward with the help from the instructor.