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Rideout Community Center fall activities and classes

Ryan Salm/Sierra SunRhonda Kreidler, the coordinator of Rideout Community Center played fuseball with her daughter Natalie (then 8) last summer.
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The Rideout Community Center on Tahoe’s West Shore has a full list of activities and classes this fall. Rideout Community Center, 740 Timberland Road, 583-3440 ext. 10. Here are some of the most recent additions to the schedule:

Do-Di-Do: Ages 0 to 18 months. Stimulate your infants sense in a loving and secure environment. Bright colors and lively happy music will bring smiles and giggles while soft lullabies and swaying music create a wonderful opportunity for snuggling and bonding.3 to 5 years: Kindermusik Imagine That! Developmentally appropriate music designed for the whole child. We will sing dance and create our own weather instruments. We also will explore rhythm in literature and learn about the musical staff Ages 0 to 18 months, 9 to 9:45 a.m. and 3 to 5 years, 10 to 10:45 a.m. Thursdays. Session I: Sept. 25 to Nov. 13. Session II: Jan. 8 to Feb. 26, 3 to 5 years only. Resident $144, nonresident $149.

Shake, Splatter, Bounce and Dance while creating unique visual art pieces. Together we will get messy, learn about creativity and share in the fun experience of creating art. Messy art let’s children discover their emotional pleasures of sensory and tactile play while they learn important lessons of cause and effect. Ages 2 to 5 years, Mondays, Oct. 20 to Nov. 11, from 1 to 2 p.m. residents $40, nonresident $45, plus $20 materials fee.



Would you like to take an adventure to far-off locations? Or encounter mystical, fantastic creatures? You can take off on a new adventure every week. Emphasis will be focus, expression and working together. The session will cumulate with a showcase for family and friends using minimum props and costumes on the last day of class.Ages 3 to 5 years, Tuesdays, Sept. 30 to Dec. 9, 2:30 to 3:30 p.m., residents $150, nonresident $160.

There’s nothing better than a homemade costume! Get the instruction, help, and inspiration you need to create something truly spectacular. This class is a great chance for parents and kids to bond as they work together on a fun project. Beginning sewers welcome.All ages, Saturdays, Sept. 27 to Oct. 18, 2 to 4 p.m., resident $60, nonresident $65.



Students will learn practical woodworking skills with an emphasis on safe use of hand tools and can choose from a wide range of projects supplied by the teacher. By visualizing, planning and building projects, children develop abstract reasoning capabilities, fine motor skills and they learn about fractions, and geometry. One to two adults per every five students.Ages K through 5th grade, Wednesdays and/or Fridays (six classes) Oct. 8 to Nov. 21, K from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m., grades 1 through 5, from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. resident $90, nonresident $95, plus $35 materials fee.

Isn’t it time to pull your sewing machine out of the closet? Don’t worry if you need the motivation or skills!All ages, Mondays, Oct. 6 through Oct. 27, 7 to 9 p.m., residents $60 nonresidents $65, drop-in $20.

Come share in some fundamental health tips for surviving cold and flu season from Naturopathic Doctor Stephanie Riley. These tips will be based on eating habits, as well as simple naturopathic techniques, to support the immune system. Naturopathic medicine is a comprehensive system of primary health care that employs natural treatment methods to stimulate and support the bodys innate system for self-healing.Ages adults, Thursday, Oct. 2, from 6 to 7 p.m., resident $20, nonresident $25. Instructor: Dr. Stephenie Riley.

This workshop series and accompanying workbook will take you through the breadth of historical and present day financial information that will help you achieve personal financial success.Preregistration one week in advance required. All ages, Saturdays, 1 p.m., Oct. 4 to Nov. 1, resident $8, nonresident $10, includes The Complete Financial Handbook. Oct. 4 Risk ManagementReduce your exposure to financial risk. Learn all about insurance, how much is enough and what types?Oct. 11 Cash and Tax ManagementCash management involves managing your cash flow, creating liquid fund, positioning your available and building your net worth. Also, learn about tax-favored investing.Oct. 25 Retirement PlanningAssessing your situation and sources of income. Learn how to achieve your retirement goals and how to take advantage of all your funding sources, and account for the effects of taxs and inflation.Nov. 1 Estate ConservationWill planning, probate and estate taxes information along with estate distribution techniques and other important considerations.

This class is perfect for educators, people working with families and those wishing to communicate in Spanish. Get the essentials you need to form your own thoughts and express yourself. Our interactive classes ensure you get plenty of time to practice speaking and listening along with reading and writing. Contact Beth Bradford at Lengua Viva at 582-9434 beth@lenguavivacenter.com.All ages, Tuesdays, Sept. 18 to Oct. 23, 6 to 8 p.m. Fee: $145 plus book.

ACE K9 ACADEMY PRESCHOOLAge: Puppies 10 weeks to 5 months. Days: Saturdays Dates: Next session Sept. 27 to Nov. 8. Time: 10:15 to 11:15 a.m. Fee: Resident $155, nonresident $165 ACE K9 ACADEMYAge: Puppies 6 to 18 months. Days: Fridays Dates: Next session Sept. 26 to Nov. 26. Time: 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Fee: Resident $155, nonresident $165 ACE K9 COLLEGE CLASSAge: Graduates from Ace K9 classes. Days: Saturdays. Dates: Next session Oct. 8 to Dec. 20. Time: 11:30 to 12:30 p.m. Fee: Resident $155 nonresident $165


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