Enrichment Classes & Clubs
Black Oak Wilderness School
Classes for teens, adults, and families wanting to explore new ways to engage in nature and outdoor adventures.
Black Oak Wilderness School has expert instructors teaching survival skills, leadership, natural sciences, blacksmithing, bow making, archery, animal tracking, bird language, backpacking, bike shop and more!
heck out our Fox Walkers Teen Rites of Passage program for students grades 9-12. Fox Walkers meet once per month to go camping and learn what it means to become independent and confident adults who care for the environment.
Cartooning Classes for Kids
Specializing in cartooning classes for kids of all ages, Kiwi Studios owner Jon Hastings has taught cartooning for nearly three decades to hundreds of students in schools, museums and civic arts programs. His classes are geared to all levels of ability and skill and can be customized to individuals or groups.
Jon Hastings, professional cartoonist, writer and art teacher, teaches you and/or your kids the semi-honorable art of CARTOONING directly right at you in your own home through the magic of ZOOM!
Profesional toon-monkey for 27 years, teacher for 30
Has taught hundreds of students and the majority of them turned out OK!
Owns 75 Hawaiian shirts and if you want, will wear a different one for each class.
Has been known to tolerate children for several hours at a time.
Classes are $50/hour and scheduling is flexible.
Discount for multiple students.
Programming is communicating your ideas to a computer in a language designed to make that communication easy and intuitive. By learning this language, you and your students can create almost anything and get a head start on a major 21st Century Skill. At Code Naturally, we emphasize self-paced curriculum and collaborative support to help students excel at coding and creating.
COLLABORATION Learning to code is a team sport. Students quickly learn the value of working together to fix bugs and to pursue large project ideas.
CRITICAL THINKING Students must understand what they’re trying to get the computer to do before they can communicate it.
CREATIVITY Students have creative freedom over how they choose to fulfill project requirements and can always code their own projects for fun.