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Community Education offers variety of classes

Settle the stomach with home recipes Did the holidays leave you feeling a little bloated? Learn how to create enzyme-happy foods for your family and intestinal flora, such as krauts, kvass, kombucha and more.

Settle the stomach with home recipes Did the holidays leave you feeling a little bloated? Learn how to create enzyme-happy foods for your family and intestinal flora, such as krauts, kvass, kombucha and more.
Instructed by Lavonne Schildt, “Home Fermentation” is Monday, January 12 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Grand Arbor in Alexandria. Cost is $19.

Back to the basics: IPads Did you get a new iPad for Christmas, but don’t know how to use it?
Learn the basics of what the iPad can do at “iPad Basics.” Get an overview and learn some basic skills for using it (setting it up, using apps, email, photos, maps and more).
Instructed by Duff DeReamer, class is Tuesday, January 13 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Discovery Middle School in Alexandria. Cost is $29.

Record your own music Students are invited to learn what recording original music in a studio is like at “Record Your Own Music!”
Keyboard, guitar and percussion instruments will all be available to work on the project for third through fifth grade students.
Songwriter and puppeteer Jim Black will lead and guide students. They will go home with a CD of the music designed in class.
Class is Thursdays, January 15, 22 and 29 from 2:45 to 4:30 p.m. at Woodland Elementary School in Alexandria. Cost is $39.
Register online at www.alexandria.thatscommunityed.com or call (320) 762-3310.

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A new episode is released every Tuesday and Thursday, giving readers a brief look at the stories found in Wednesday's and Friday's papers.
Organizers hope to make this an annual event.
A new episode is released every Tuesday and Thursday, giving readers a brief look at the stories found in Wednesday's and Friday's papers.