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click here to view 2864 - 6th Grade Summer Learning Literacy details

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This opportunity is specifically designed to give intensive help to students who demonstrate the need for additional literacy support.  Rockford certified staff will deliver motivating, explicit instruction that will help students grow in their skills as well as their confidence and enjoyment of reading.

 

click here to view 5114 - Out to Lunch Bunch October details

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"MICHIGAN'S LITTLE BAVARIA" Step into the heart of Germany with your feet planted firmly in Michigan. Join us for a day trip to Frankenmuth. We will start the day at Bronner's Christmas Wonderland. From there we will travel to downtown Frankenmuth for shopping, sightseeing and an optional River Cruise on your own (weather permitting). After all of this activity we are sure you will enjoy a German wine tasting followed by the Bavarian Inn's famous family style chicken dinner. Motor Coach Transportation. Activity Level: Medium

click here to view 3130 - Women's Over 30 Soccer details

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Women's Over 30 Soccer

The Rockford Community Services Women's Soccer League is a recreational league with an emphasis on fun for all individuals involved. Each team must have a minimum of 15 players and a maximum of 22 players. The Advanced league will play games on Thursday evenings and the Rec league will play games on Wednesday evenings. Players are limited to playing on one team and advanced players cannot play on Recreational teams. One game per week. For sign-up forms or more information call Rockford Community Services at 616-863-6322.

The team fee is $350.00 for Fall 21. 

Advanced league = 3130-F21A

Rec league = 3130-F21B


click here to view 5240 - Brown Bag Tour details

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Join Rockford Seniors Unlimited for a Brown Bag Tour of Indiana Amish Country.  Call 863-6322 to register, hurry while spots are still available!

click here to view 2335 - 3 Yr. Old Tues./Thurs. 10:30 am Community ED details

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Child must be 3 by September 1, 2021. Our Community Education preschool has earned a 4-Star rating through Great Start to Quality, a governing organization that has established high program standards of quality for early childhood programs in Michigan. This program helps children develop the ability to work and play together in an enjoyable group setting that utilizes a developmentally appropriate kindergarten readiness curriculum. Students are exposed to and practice social and cognitive skills with a focus on environmental topics.

A non-refundable deposit is due at registration and is applied to the total cost of tuition.

click here to view 2344 - Montessori a.m. details

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Child must be 3 by September 1, 2021. The Montessori program has earned a 4-Star rating through Great Start to Quality, a governing organization that has established high program standards of quality for early childhood programs in Michigan. This program introduces children to practical living skills, sensory education, language, math, science, cultural activities, art, music and movement. Hands-on activities are designed to help children develop a sense of order, concentration, coordination and independence in this child-centered environment. A mix of ages is a key premise of the philosophy.

A non-refundable deposit is due at registration and is applied to the total cost of tuition.

click here to view 1878 - Medicare Made Simple - Introduction - Medicare 101 details

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This is an entry level Medicare planning class which will discuss Medicare Parts A, B, C, D, enrollment deadlines, supplemental options, Part D prescription drug coverage, and Medicare out-of-pocket costs and coverage. If you’re turning 65 within the next 12 months, newly eligible due to a loss of group or retiree coverage, or eligible due to Social Security disability, this class is for you. It is taught in easy-to-understand terms. Making the right choices (particularly when you are first eligible) could save you hundreds to thousands of dollars over your lifetime.

Instructor Background: Nancy Courser has been helping people with their retirement healthcare planning needs for over 13 years as a trusted resource and independent adviser.

Is it the day of class and you missed registration? Email: Lkent@roncourser.com for access to the webinar.

click here to view 1879 - Medicare Made Simple - Refresher & Intermediate - Medicare 201 details

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This is a refresher and intermediate level class which builds on your basic knowledge of Medicare. In greater detail we will discuss the differences between a Medicare Advantage Plan and a Medicare Supplement (Medigap), how to select the most cost effective Medicare Part D coverage, how to minimize the Part D coverage gap (donut-hole), and the enrollment options available to people still working or on a retiree health plan.If you are turning 65 within the next 12 months, newly eligible due to a loss of group or retiree coverage, or eligible due to Social Security disability, this class is for you. It is taught in easy-to-understand terms. Making the right choices (particularly when you are first eligible) could save you hundreds to thousands of dollars over your lifetime.

Instructor Background: Nancy Courser has been helping people with their retirement healthcare planning needs for over 13 years as a trusted resource and independent adviser.

Is it the day of class and you missed registration? Email: Lkent@roncourser.com for access to the webinar.

click here to view 1195 - Amped Reality - Explore Space with Virtual Reality details

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Use the best Virtual Reality programs to explore space in a fun way! You can re-live mankind's greatest journey to the moon (Apollo 11), go for a spacewalk, or control the arm on the International Space Station. At the end of the class, you can battle Space Pirates, too, for a little fun. Best designed for Adults & Seniors.

Instructor Bio: Greg Wander began studying virtual reality intensely in an effort to start a family business where he could work alongside his two sons. In July 2019, his goal was realized when Amped Reality, his family’s virtual reality experience center, opened on 28th Street just west of Woodland Mall. “For me, the most precious times in my life are spending time doing things and making memories with my friends and family, and I love the fact that our virtual reality center will provide that to others,” says Greg. “I have personally been amazed by virtual reality technology as it has allowed me to fly in a British bomber during the end of WWII; to see the solar system from a different perspective and walk on the moon; and even to be transformed into a wizard! I have seen so many people laugh and be amazed by the experience - it has really been rewarding for me!" Virtual reality technology can help people learn faster, understand each other and the world around us better, save money, improve safety, and bring joy and amazement to people.