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Lewiston-Porter Central School District



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Introduction to Fly Fishing

$45
Calendar Apr 19, 2023 at 6 pm

Join us for an introduction to fly fishing! Topics include equipment, fly rod selection, stream new tactics, safety, basic entomology (bugs), knots, target species information, distinctions and resources. Warm water, cold water and saltwater fly-fishing opportunities will be discussed. Following a practical demonstration, each student will be given an opportunity to learn proper fly casting; the course will include casting instruction and practice. Students are encouraged to bring their own fly rods if they already have one. Loaner rods will be available for students who do not have their own. The course is structured for the beginner or novice angler. The instructor, it’s a lifelong Outdoorsman, a former Orvis Fly Fishing instructor and has been fly fishing for over 20 years. The course is 4 hours total two evenings that are two hours each in length. Class size will be limited for more individualized instruction. Early registration is highly recommended.

Students aged 12 and up are welcome to register for this class when a parent or guardian is also registered and attends the same class.

Introduction to Grant Writing

$79
Calendar Apr 19, 2023 at 6 pm

Grant writing is both an art and science. Funding is available for a wide variety of efforts, from both public and private entities. Writing the grant is only part of the process you will need to understand and learn how to do. In this workshop, you will explore the many facets of successful grant writing skills, techniques, and abilities. You will also learn were and what to search for, and from whom, based on your interests. Come join in and get started!

Navigating Toxic Relationships

$11
Calendar Apr 19, 2023 at 6 pm

Toxic relationships are a silent epidemic. We all face them in our personal and professional lives. The more you know, the better you will be able to protect your health- mental, emotional and physical. Once you learn to identify them, you can be better prepared to interact. Join us in this very informative evening, and learn tools to navigate toxic environments and rid yourself of a culture of bullying and insidious behavior.

Disaster Preparedness 101

$17
Calendar Apr 24, 2023 at 6 pm

Disasters, they happen to everybody everywhere when you least expect it! Are you ready? This one evening class will give you a solid footing to either start the process or check your progress in your preparedness journey. We will cover definitions that fully outline what preparedness is and what it is not. Degrees of disaster, timelines for preparedness, and “areas of life” that need to be taken into consideration.

Students aged 14 and up are welcome to register for when a parent or guardian is also registered and attends the same class.

Exploring Past Lives

$32
Calendar May 1, 2023 at 6:30 pm

In this seminar, we will discuss the concept of past lives and go into a meditation in which you will have the opportunity to experience one for yourself. The purpose for doing this is to receive help and insights to assist you in your present life. With your permission, the instructor will be able to help you in making sense of your experience. Meditative ability is helpful, but not required.

Intermediate Fly Fishing Tactics

$27
Calendar May 2, 2023 at 6 pm

Are you a beginner fly Fisher looking to take your fishing to the next level? Join us for an intermediate- level fly-fishing lecture. Topics include equipment, fly selection, how to rig your flies, situational casting & stream tactics, basic entomology, target species information, and resources. Warm water, cold water and some salt water fly-fishing opportunities will be discussed. This course is structured for the beginning or novice Angler.

Students aged 12 and up are welcome to register for this class when a parent or guardian is also registered and attends the same class.

Angels and Spirit Guides and You!

$32
Calendar May 8, 2023 at 6 pm

Have you ever wondered about angels? What are they really? Can anyone call upon them? Will they help anyone with any problem? How can someone connect with them? All these questions and more will be addressed in this non-religious, three-hour class. The instructor has been speaking and receiving answers from angels for decades. He will help you to know your angels, archangels and spirit guides better so that you may work more closely with them and experience their love and joy. All your questions about these beings, as well as any related subject matter will be answered. Come join us!

Students aged 14 and up are welcome to register for this class when a parent or guardian is also registereda nd attends the same class.

Defensive Driving Course

$49
Calendar May 9, 2023 at 6 pm

This 6-hour point and insurance reduction program reviews safe driving and accident avoidance techniques. Upon completion of this class, drivers are eligible for a 10% reduction in their auto insurance, and up to 4 points removed from their DMV driving record. You may take the class every three years for insurance reduction and every 18 months for point reduction.

Students aged 16 and up are welcome to register for the evening class when a parent or guardian is also registered and attends the same class.





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