In this class with the Denver Dumb Friends League, students experience what it’s like to try and understand training from the animal’s perspective, as the student becomes the one being trained. Using positive-reinforcement techniques, including rewards and a clicker, the instructor leads the class through an interactive training session. Sorry, please leave your pet at home.
She's back by demand - learn tips and secrets to extreme savings, in a FREE Coupon Class taught by an Authorized Couponing Instructor Erin Lambert! You will learn the couponing secrets the pros use to slash your grocery bill by hundreds of dollars a month. You'll learn all about an effortless weekly method that eliminates the needless busy work from your couponing! It is a simple system that only takes a few hours during the week!
Free community workshop by Learning Ally. Your YES! Ambassadors have secrets to help you stay motivated, positive and refocused for the 2nd half of the school year. This information is TOP SECRET, but since you are YES! members, you have special clearance! We will also be sharing some anti-bullying and self-defense tips from a world champion black belt. Students can then head off for some fun with their Ambassador leader to enjoy the Denver Art Museum, Colorado History Museum or ideaLAB.
Free community workshop by Learning Ally. What is self-advocacy? Basically, it's your ability to understand who you are, what you need, and how to educate the people around you about the things that help make you successful in school and life. Discover the power of self-advocacy and how you can help your students learn about and grow this very important skill.
NOTICE: Short Plaza today, as we are welcoming a professional artist at 5:30 to share her medium with us, the art of sculpture.
A program for all ages to work towards personal goals using FREE community resources and support. Come meet people and see something new for work or home each time! We will help you search for work on the internet, create or modify your resumé, learn a language, study for the GED or any other test, do homework, practice computer skills, and/or research health topics. Children may do homework, play with our toys, use the children's computers, or read.