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 February 22, 2017 - Tai Chi
Description: The movement of the Chinese martial art Tai Chi can help seniors reduce the risk of falling, increase balance, and increase flexibility. This six week class teaches participants ways to improve their overall mind, body, and spirit through a series of slow continous movements. It does not matter how strong, flexible, or active you are as Tai Chi is designed for people at all levels of health. Class will be Mondays and Wednesday, 9:30 - 10:30 AM. Starting January 9th and ending on February 22nd. The class is free but you must register to attened. To register please call 405-271-6424 or e-mail centralOHAI@ouhsc.edu

Time & Location: 9:30AM @ Oklahoma County OSU Conference Center, 2500 N.E. 63rd St., Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Amanda Ford 4057131125
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 February 22, 2017 - Tai Chi
Description: The movement of the Chinese martial art Tai Chi can help seniors reduce the risk of falling, increase balance, and increase flexibility. This six week class teaches participants ways to improve their overall mind, body, and spirit through a series of slow continous movements. It does not matter how strong, flexible, or active you are as Tai Chi is designed for people at all levels of health. Class will be Mondays and Wednesday, 9:30 - 10:30 AM. Starting January 9th and ending on February 22nd. The class is free but you must register to attened. To register please call 405-271-6424 or e-mail centralOHAI@ouhsc.edu

Time & Location: 9:30AM @ Oklahoma County OSU Conference Center, 2500 N.E. 63rd St., Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Amanda Ford 4057131125
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 February 22, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 12:30PM @ Cherokee County Community Building, 908 South College Avenue, Tahlequah, OK map & directions
Contact: Heather Winn 918-456-6163
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 February 22, 2017 - Growing Strong Bodies and Minds
Description: Early Childhood Nutrition Education Program. Classroom activities to teach basic food groups and nutrition.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Central Tribes Head Start, 1525 N McKinley, Shawnee, OK map & directions
Contact: Sonya McDaniel 405-273-7683
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 February 22, 2017 - Growing Strong Bodies and Minds
Description: Early Childhood Nutrition Education Program. Classroom activities to teach basic food groups and nutrition.

Time & Location: 1:30PM @ Pleasant Grove Schools, 1927 E Walnut, Shawnee, OK map & directions
Contact: Sonya McDaniel 405-273-7683
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 February 22, 2017 - Teen Cuisine
Description: Closed class for Mrs. Phillip's middle school to teach youth cooking skills

Time & Location: 5:30PM @ OSU Extension Office, 11545 Hwy 70, Madill, OK map & directions
Contact: Sara Randolph 5807953563
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their financial readiness for life events

 February 22, 2017 - Cooking with Kids
Description: Closed class for Madill After School to teach youth cooking skills

Time & Location: 3:30PM @ OSU Extension Office, 11545 Hwy 70, Madill, OK map & directions
Contact: Sara Randolph 5807953563
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their financial readiness for life events

 February 22, 2017 - COACH Exercise (Connecting Oder Adults & Community Health)
Description: Exercise for Seniors. A way to get fit and meet new people. There is 30 minutes of exercise and 30 minutes of line dancing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Kellyville City Hall, 410 East Buffalo, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 February 22, 2017 - Arthritis Foundation Walk With Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 8:30AM @ Dillard, Oakwood Mall Southwest Entrance, Enid, OK map & directions
Contact: Lesa K Rauh 580-237-1228
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 February 22, 2017 - Tai Chi
Description: Commonly called Tai Chi or Taiji, is an exercise that employs slow intentional movements, breathing techniques, and a rich array of cognitive tools (e.g. focused body awareness, imagery) to strengthen, relax and integrate the body and mind. Tai Chi is practiced for health, personal development and self-defense. The class introduces students to the fundamental principles of Tai Chi, including relaxed and mindful movement, proper structural alignment, and breath awareness. Students learn a foundational set of qigong (chi kung) exercises as well as the core movements from the Tai Chi short form. Students will also learn advanced principles.

Time & Location: 3:45PM @ Westville School, HWY 65 & Park, Westville, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
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 February 22, 2017 - Cleveland County Jr. Llivestock Show
Time & Location: 8:00AM @ Cleveland County Fairgrounds, 601 E. Robinson Street, Norman, OK map & directions
Contact: Brenda Hill 405.321.4774
Outcome:

 February 22, 2017 - Fitness with Friends
Description: Weekly low Impact exercise class utilizing curriculum from the Arthritis Foundation.

Time & Location: 10:15AM @ McClain County Farm/Home Building, 1721 Hardcastle Blvd, Purcell, OK map & directions
Contact: Mickey Simpson 405-527-2174
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 February 23, 2017 - OK Home & Community Educ. Leader Lesson
Description: Lesson: Pretty & Practical Seed Sharing. Everyone is a gardener or loves a gardener! Whether you buy them or save your own, you can share seeds with friends and family in stunning ways.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ OSU Extension Office, 601 E. Robinson, Norman, OK map & directions
Contact: Brenda Hill 4053214774
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 February 23, 2017 - Oklahoma Proven- Trees, Shrubs & Plants
Description: OHCE lesson leader training, anyone is welcome

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/decrease the degradation of their environments

 February 23, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Pre-registration required - $30

Time & Location: 1:30PM @ Jay Community Center, 429 S 9th St., Jay, OK map & directions
Contact: Amy OBryan 918-253-4332
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: Oklahoma
 February 23, 2017 - Arthritis Foundation Land Exercise Program
Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Senior Citizen Center, 104 E. 3rd, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey 580-328-5351
Outcome:

 February 23, 2017 - Getting Your Garden Ready
Description: Learn what you need to do to get your garden ready to plant.

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ Washita County OSU Extension Center, 125 W Main Street, Cordell, OK map & directions
Contact: Kristy Spalding, Brad Babek 580-832-3356
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 February 23, 2017 - Barn Quilts History and Trails
Description: OHCE Leader Lesson for members-topic Barn Quilts, how to make, tours of barn quilts, history, etc

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Watonga Library, 301 N Prouty, Watonga, OK map & directions
Contact: Joy Rhodes 580-623-5195
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/decrease the degradation of their environments

 February 23, 2017 - Barn Quilts History and Trails
Description: OHCE Leader Lesson for members-topic Barn Quilts, how to make, tours of barn quilts, history, etc

Time & Location: 12:00PM @ Kingfisher OSU Ext, 301 N Prouty, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Joy Rhodes 580-623-5195
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/decrease the degradation of their environments

 February 23, 2017 - Washita County OHCE County Council
Description: Washita County OHCE Members will be honoring their 2016 County Award Winners during the County OHCE Council Meeting.

Time & Location: 3:00PM @ Washita County OSU Extension Center, 125 W Main Street, Cordell, OK map & directions
Contact: Kristy Spalding 580-832-3356
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 February 23, 2017 - Pathway to Success
Description: Pathways to Success is class that is for people to learn how to become successful in a career.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Bristow Housing Authority, 1110 S. Chestnut, Bristow, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their job readiness skills for better employment opportunities and economic development

 February 23, 2017 - Arthritis Foundation Walk With Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 8:30AM @ Dillard, Oakwood Mall Southwest Entrance, Enid, OK map & directions
Contact: Lesa K Rauh 580-237-1228
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 February 23, 2017 - Bullying
Description: Teach lessons which help youth understand about "Bullying", and how to be an activist and help your fellow classmate.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Oologah High School 7 & 8 grade , 700 S Hwy 169 Oologah, OK 74053, Oologah, OK , OK map & directions
Contact: Penny King 918-923-4958
Outcome: Oklahoma children and youth will reduce their likelihood to engage in high-risk behaviors which lead to negative life outcomes

 February 23, 2017 - Bullying
Description: Teach lessons which help youth understand about "Bullying", and how to be an activist and help your fellow classmate.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Oologah High School 7 & 8 grade , 700 S Hwy 169 Oologah, OK 74053, Oologah, OK , OK map & directions
Contact: Penny King 918-923-4958
Outcome: Oklahoma children and youth will reduce their likelihood to engage in high-risk behaviors which lead to negative life outcomes

 February 23, 2017 - Bullying
Description: Teach lessons which help youth understand about "Bullying", and how to be an activist and help your fellow classmate.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Oologah High School 7 & 8 grade , 700 S Hwy 169 Oologah, OK 74053, Oologah, OK , OK map & directions
Contact: Penny King 918-923-4958
Outcome: Oklahoma children and youth will reduce their likelihood to engage in high-risk behaviors which lead to negative life outcomes

 February 23, 2017 - Green Cleaning
Description: This OHCE leader lesson will feature the use of non-toxic cleaning products, commercially available and made from your kitchen. Connie Wollenberg, presenter.

Time & Location: 9:30AM @ Oklahoma County OSU Extension , 2500 NE 63rd, OKC, OK map & directions
Contact: Lisa Hamblin (405)713-1125
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/decrease the degradation of their environments

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma
 February 23, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balnace
Description: This is a group fall prevention program that uses a unique combination of eight single forms that are derived from the traditional 24 form Yang-style Tai chi. All forms are arranged in a sequence that progresses from easy to more difficult and can be practiced separately or together.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Mooreland Methodist Church, 302 S. Elm, Mooreland, OK map & directions
Contact: Rhonda DeVor 580-254-3391
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 February 23, 2017 - Character Critters
Time & Location: 10:15AM @ Private, Day Care, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)238-5351
Outcome:

 February 23, 2017 - Cleveland County Jr. Llivestock Show
Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Cleveland County Fairgrounds, 601 E. Robinson Street, Norman, OK map & directions
Contact: Brenda Hill 405.321.4774
Outcome:

 February 24, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. $30 Pre-registration is required.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ McClain County OSU Extension, 1721 Hardcastle Blvd, Suite A, Purcell, OK map & directions
Contact: Connie Wollenberg, Mickey Simpson 405-238-6681, 405-527-2174
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 February 24, 2017 - LEAD:Live Well, Eat Well and Be Active With Diabetes
Description: Part 3 of 3: This is a 3-part series that will be offered February 10, 17 and 24 from noon to 1:00. This program is open to anyone with type 2 diabetes and their families. It will be repeated in August.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Chandler Library, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 February 24, 2017 - Dining With Diabetes
Description: Educational meeting for Okeene community members, with speaker on diabetes and meal prepared for diabetics

Time & Location: 12:00PM @ Okeene Community Building, 100 Main Street, Okeene, OK map & directions
Contact: Joy Rhodes 580-623-5195
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 February 24, 2017 - Cleveland County Jr. Llivestock Show
Time & Location: 5:00PM @ Cleveland County Fairgrounds, 601 E. Robinson Street, Norman, OK map & directions
Contact: Brenda Hill 405.321.4774
Outcome:

 February 25, 2017 - Barn Quilt Class -Pawhuska
Description: Barn Quilts are painted quilt squares painted on wood and attached to barns, porches or fences.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Osage County Fairgrounds, Skyline Drive, Pawhuska, OK map & directions
Contact: Donna Robbins 918-287-4170
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 February 26, 2017 - Washita County Junior Livestock Show
Time & Location: 3:00PM @ Washita Co. Activity Center, 1005 E 3rd Street, Cordell, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Church, Kristy Spalding 580-832-3356
Outcome: Young people will excel in agri-science and develop critical life skills

 February 27, 2017 - Conscious Discipline for LPS Teachers
Description: Conscious Discipline is an evidence-based comprehensive social-emotional learning and classroom management program based on current brain research. Conscious Discipline empowers adults to consciously respond to daily conflict, transforming it into an opportunity to teach critical life skills to children.

Time & Location: 4:00PM @ Lawton Public School, 802 NW Homestead DR, Lawton, OK 73505, OK map & directions
Contact: Lynn Null 580-355-1176
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 February 27, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Helping parents help their children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "Co-Parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Rogers County Courthouse (2nd floor/go to hallyway/left to end of hallway/left to end of short hallway/ meeting rm #2 on left), 200 S Lynn Riggs Blvd. , Claremore, OK. , OK map & directions
Contact: Penny King 918-923-4958
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 February 27, 2017 - Lunchtime Learning Sessions for Adults
Description: focusing on encouraging family mealtime while enjoying home cooked foods

Time & Location: 12:00PM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 February 27, 2017 - County Food Show
Description: For school aged youth, pre-k to adult. Enter a variety of food items for judging.

Time & Location: 6:00PM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 February 27, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resliency
Description: Education for parents who have children and will be experiencing separation and/or divorce and those who may be seeking, custody, visitation or paternity of minor children. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class will also help parents to understand the need for co-parenting and how it affects their children. $30.00 registration fee. Pre-registration is REQUIRED.

Time & Location: 5:30PM @ OSU Extension Office, 11545 Hwy 70, Madill, OK map & directions
Contact: Sara Randolph 5807953563
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 February 27, 2017 - Growing Healthy Minds and Bodies
Description: Closed classes for Madill Kindergarteners. Reading and nutrition program

Time & Location: 8:30AM @ Madill Early Childhood Center, 12th Ave., Madill, OK map & directions
Contact: Sara Randolph 5807953563
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 February 27, 2017 - Character Critters
Time & Location: 3:30PM @ Library, Main Street, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey 580-328-5351
Outcome:

 February 27, 2017 - Walk in the Park and Wake-UP Yoga
Description: Join us for Walk in the Park and Walk-up Yoga for adults. Every Monday in January, February and March we will meet in Mineral Wells Park, Guthrie to walk for 30 minutes and then move to the Logan County Education Building for one-hour of Wake up Yoga

Time & Location: 8:00AM @ Mineral Wells Park, 215 Fairgounds Road, Guthrie, OK map & directions
Contact: Cynthia Klumpp 405-282-3331
Outcome:

 February 27, 2017 - Community Health Assessment
Time & Location: 3:00PM @ CASC, 1601 S Opdyke St, Sallisaw, OK map & directions
Contact: April Cole 9187754838
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 February 28, 2017 - Show Me the $$- Employability Skills Workshops
Description: The Lawton Ft. Sill Chamber of Commerce- Education Action Group through the Employability Skills subcommittee has developed a series of workshops for the Gateway Success Center. These workshops will provide skills and tools necessary to meet requirements as future members of the workforce.

Time & Location: 8:30AM @ Gateway Success Center, 102 E Gore Blvd, Lawton , OK map & directions
Contact: Lynn Null 580-355-1176
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their job readiness skills for better employment opportunities and economic development

 February 28, 2017 - Master Wellness Volunteer Training
Description: The Master Wellness Volunteer training program is an engaging series of five classes that provides volunteers with 40 hours of training in health and wellness education. In return, the volunteers agree to give back 40 hours of service to the community as an OSU Extension Master Wellness Volunteer. Must be pre-registered and approved to attend.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Oklahoma County OSU Conference Center, 2500 N.E. 63rd St., Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Amanda Ford 4057131125
Outcome:

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/masterwellness
 February 28, 2017 - Child Care Providers Training
Description: Continuing education training for child care providers, parents and other caregivers are welcome as well. Topic to be announced.

Time & Location: 6:30PM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 February 28, 2017 - L.E.A.D. diabetes meal planning course #4
Description: Fourth of 4 classes will discuss working with your health care team; modifying recipes and increasing physical activity. Food tasting also included.

Time & Location: 5:30AM @ Adams Boulevard Church of Christ, 3700 SE Adams Boulevard, Bartlesville, OK map & directions
Contact: Gale A. Mills 918-534-2216
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 February 28, 2017 - Growing Healthy Minds and Bodies
Description: Closed classes for Madill Kindergarteners. Reading and nutrition program

Time & Location: 8:30AM @ Madill Early Childhood Center, 12th Ave., Madill, OK map & directions
Contact: Sara Randolph 5807953563
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 February 28, 2017 - Arthritis Foundation Land Exercise Program
Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Senior Citizen Center, 104 E. 3rd, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey 580-328-5351
Outcome:

 February 28, 2017 - Crockpot cookery
Description: OHCE meeting

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ Community Center, Cheney street, Camargo, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey 580-328-5351
Outcome:

 February 28, 2017 - Latin Cooking
Time & Location: 5:30PM @ Fairgrounds, 107 N. Sexton, Taloga, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey 580-328-5351
Outcome:

 February 28, 2017 - Master Wellness Volunteer Program
Description: The object is to train individuals who are interested in health and wellness with current research based information. These volunteers will assist the Family and Consumer Sciences program at the Tulsa County OSU Extension Center. The program is designed for individuals with at least a high school degree or equivalent, with a true interest in health and wellness, and would enjoy volunteering and sharing research-based information with others.TRAINING WILL BE HELD: Oklahoma Co. OSU Extension Center, 2500 NE 63 St, OKC, OK 73111 9 AM to 3 PM

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Tulsa Co. OSU Extension Center, 4116 E 15 Street, Tulsa, OK 74112, OK map & directions
Contact: Michelle Bonicelli 918-746-3721
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 February 28, 2017 - Barn Quilts History and Trails
Description: OHCE Leader Lesson for members-topic Barn Quilts, how to make, tours of barn quilts, history, etc

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Logan County Fairgrounds, 100 Main Street, Guthrie, OK map & directions
Contact: Joy Rhodes 580-623-5195
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/decrease the degradation of their environments

 February 28, 2017 - Co-Parenting
Description: Co-Parenting For Resilience is about a four hour workshop that teaches parents how to help their children adjust to their changing family structures. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Cost of the class is $30. If not received three business days prior to class date, cost is $40. You will receive certificate of completion instantly after you complete class. Non-refundable. Payable by money order, check or cash. Make checks payable to OSU Extension. Do not mail cash. Unable to accept credit/debit cards. GPS WILL NOT correctly direct you to our office. Please call for directions or see the map on our website under Location at: http://oces.okstate.edu/seminole (straight across from big white building) From North side of Wewoka -about 1m West of Wewoka on Hwy 270 then south on 365 road about quarter mile. Straight across from big white building behind nursing home. Look for orange signs.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Seminole County OSU Extension, 12827 NS 3650, Wewoka, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-257-5433
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 February 28, 2017 - Alzheimer's Awareness
Description: Over 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's disease. Alzheimer's is the 6th leading cause of death in the U.S. Learn the latest developments in research from the Oklahoma Alzheimer's Association representative.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Grady County Extension office, 828 W Choctaw, Chickasha, OK map & directions
Contact: SusanRouth 405.224.2216
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/grady/events/grady-county-ohce-leader-training
 February 28, 2017 - Arthritis Foundation Walk With Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 8:30AM @ Dillard, Oakwood Mall Southwest Entrance, Enid, OK map & directions
Contact: Lesa K Rauh 580-237-1228
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 February 28, 2017 - OHCE Leader Lesson
Description: Join us for a lesson on the history of Barn Quilts and trails. Learn steps to creating your own barn quilt to display. Lesson by Joy Rhodes, Blaine CO

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Barn Quilts History and Trails, 215 Fairgounds Road, Guthrie, OK map & directions
Contact: Cynthia Klumpp 405-282-3331
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/decrease the degradation of their environments

 February 28, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balnace
Description: This is a group fall prevention program that uses a unique combination of eight single forms that are derived from the traditional 24 form Yang-style Tai chi. All forms are arranged in a sequence that progresses from easy to more difficult and can be practiced separately or together.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Mooreland Methodist Church, 302 S. Elm, Mooreland, OK map & directions
Contact: Rhonda DeVor 580-254-3391
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 February 28, 2017 - Healthy Eating on a Budget
Description: Participants will learn quick,easy,inexpensive ways to eat healthier.

Time & Location: 10:30AM @ Longtown Community Center, Hwy 9, Longtown, Eufaula, OK map & directions
Contact: Melanie Taylor 918-689-7772
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 February 28, 2017 - Knitting: Slip Stitches
Description: Go beyond basic knitting and learn to change colors and advanced stitches.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Cleveland County Fairgrounds, 601 E. Robinson Street, Norman, OK map & directions
Contact: Brenda Hill 405.321.4774
Outcome:

 February 28, 2017 - Natural Gas Education
Time & Location: 8:00AM @ Oklahoma State University, 1197 Main St., Enid, OK map & directions
Contact: John Smith 405-542-4932
Outcome: Young people will excel in agri-science and develop critical life skills

 March 1, 2017 - Eat Healthy Be Active
Description: Slow, Go and Whoa foods to enjoy. Adult nutrition workshop.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Red Rock Behavioral Health, 101 W Union, Shawnee, OK map & directions
Contact: Sonya McDaniel 405-273-7683
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 1, 2017 - Eat Healthy Be Active
Description: Slow, Go and Whoa foods to enjoy. Adult nutrition workshop.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ New Horizons TANF group, 23 E 9th Street, Shawnee, OK map & directions
Contact: Sonya McDaniel 405-273-7683
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 1, 2017 - Eat Healthy Be Active
Description: Slow, Go and Whoa foods to enjoy. Adult nutrition workshop.

Time & Location: 11:00AM @ Park Street Senior Nutrition Site , 804 S. Park , Shawnee, OK map & directions
Contact: Sonya McDaniel 405-273-7683
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 1, 2017 - Cooking with Herbs
Description: Public is welcome to attend: OHCE Executive Meeting Wednesday, March 1, 10:00 am Leaders Lesson: Cooking with Herbs Presenter: Tommie M. James, FCS Extension Educator Free Herb Seeds will be given. County meets the first Wednesday of each month at the Clay Jones Community Center, Durant.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Clay Jones Com. Center, 1901 South 9th Ave., County Fairgrounds, Durant, OK map & directions
Contact: Tommie J. James 580-924-5312
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 1, 2017 - Active Parenting: First Five Years
Description: Your child's first few years are so important! Learn how to make the most of them with Active Parenting: First Five Years, a program for parents and other caregivers. Written by parenting expert (and dad) Dr. Michael Popkin, this course will show you how to nurture your child with a "just right" combination of freedom and nonviolent discipline. Millions of parents have achieved success with Active Parenting—and you can, too! Here’s what you’ll learn: What a baby’s cry means, Ages and stages of development, Building a strong bond, Your child’s growing brain, Using mindfulness to keep your cool, Effective discipline young children can understand, Choices and consequences, 6 ways to prepare your child for school success and much more!

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Hughes County OSU Extension, 200 N Broadway, Holdenville, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-379-5470
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 1, 2017 - Active Parenting Now (ages 5-12)
Description: Do you ever wonder if there’s a better way to handle those daily parenting problems? Maybe your son dawdles around whenever it’s time to get dressed for school…your daughter is suddenly using disrespectful language…or the children seem to forget to do their chores and argue every minute of the day. Or maybe you’d like to prepare now for the upcoming teen years. You can become more successful at parenting—the most important job of your life—with Active Parenting Now, the acclaimed video and discussion program by parenting expert Dr. Michael Popkin. In six sessions, you will learn a proven approach to parenting that will lead to more harmony and happiness for you and your children. Since 1983 millions of families have learned the benefits of Active Parenting—now it’s your turn. We’re bringing the acclaimed Active Parenting Now program directly to you! This workshop will show you effective ways to…use non-violent discipline techniques that work, improve communication with your children, teach responsibility and other important values, handle problems as they come up, cope with difficult topics such as drugs, violence, and sex, defuse power struggles with your children, stimulate independence as your child grows older, and encourage your children to be their very best!

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Hughes County OSU Extension, 200 N Broadway, Holdenville, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-379-5470
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 1, 2017 - Active Parenting of Teens (ages 13-18)
Description: The challenge of successfully ushering children through their teen years has always been among parents’ hardestwon achievements. But in today’s society where children seem to become adults overnight, and where they often make decisions about drugs, sexuality, and violence before they understand the consequences, a parent’s job is more important than ever. So how can you ensure that your teens develop the skills and character they need to not only survive but to thrive as they gain independence? You can create harmony and stability in your family while raising your teens to be responsible, courageous and prepared for independent life. Active Parenting of Teens, a video and discussion program by parenting expert Dr. Michael Popkin, will show you how. In six sessions packed with activities, discussion, real-world examples, and feedback, you’ll learn a proven approach to parenting, plus indispensable techniques and insights for overcoming obstacles, that will bring happiness and harmony into your home. You’ll leave each session energized and motivated to make positive and realistic changes in your own family’s daily life. Active Parenting of Teens will give you the guidance and support you need to turn the challenges of raising a teenager into opportunities for growth. You’ll learn: Methods of respectful discipline, Skills for clear, honest communication, Concrete strategies to prevent risky behavior, How to be an encouraging parent, . . . and much more, plus insight into important issues such as teens online, bullying, and depression.

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ Hughes County OSU Extension, 200 N Broadway, Holdenville, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-379-5470
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 1, 2017 - COACH Exercise (Connecting Oder Adults & Community Health)
Description: Exercise for Seniors. A way to get fit and meet new people. There is 30 minutes of exercise and 30 minutes of line dancing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Kellyville City Hall, 410 East Buffalo, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 March 1, 2017 - Arthritis Foundation Walk With Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 8:30AM @ Dillard, Oakwood Mall Southwest Entrance, Enid, OK map & directions
Contact: Lesa K Rauh 580-237-1228
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 1, 2017 - Nutrients
Description: what are Nutrients and what foods support which nutrient our bodies need to stay fit.

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ Inola Elemnentary, 450 B St NW, Claremore, OK map & directions
Contact: Penny King 918-923-4958
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 1, 2017 - CoParenting for Resiency
Description: A program to help divorcing parents instill resilience in their children. In short, the objective of this program is to take the focus off of "divorce" and place it squarely on parenting that produces resilience in children. Must pre-register for this class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Woodward County OSU Extension Service, 108 Temple Houston Dr., Mooreland, OK map & directions
Contact: Rhonda DeVor 580-254-3391
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 March 1, 2017 - Healthy Cooking with Diabetes
Description: Healthy Cooking with Diabetes is a 3 week course helping people manage their Type II diabetes through diet and healthy cooking. Each week will cover ways to better manage your diabetes and also demonstrate diabetic friendly recipes and cooking techniques that can help you be more successful in managing blood glucose and A1C levels. This class is intended for anyone diagnosed with Type II, wanting to prevent diabetes, or for caretakers of Type II diabetics. Taught by FCS Educator and Registered Dietitian Amanda Ford. Cost to attend is $25 for all three classes. Must pre-register by February 24th. For more information call 405-713-1125 or visit our website at http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/fcs-workshops .

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ OSU Conference Center, 2500 N.E. 63rd St., Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Amanda Ford 4057131125
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/fcs-workshops
 March 1, 2017 - Junior Livestock Show
Description: 2017 Jr Livestock Show Wednesday March 1 to Friday March 3rd

Time & Location: 10:30AM @ Osage County Fairgrounds, 320 Skyline Drive, Pawhuska, OK map & directions
Contact: Donna Robbins 918-287-4170
Outcome: Young people will excel in agri-science and develop critical life skills

 March 1, 2017 - Tai Chi
Description: Commonly called Tai Chi or Taiji, is an exercise that employs slow intentional movements, breathing techniques, and a rich array of cognitive tools (e.g. focused body awareness, imagery) to strengthen, relax and integrate the body and mind. Tai Chi is practiced for health, personal development and self-defense. The class introduces students to the fundamental principles of Tai Chi, including relaxed and mindful movement, proper structural alignment, and breath awareness. Students learn a foundational set of qigong (chi kung) exercises as well as the core movements from the Tai Chi short form. Students will also learn advanced principles.

Time & Location: 3:45PM @ Westville School, HWY 65 & Park, Westville, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
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 March 1, 2017 - Fitness with Friends
Description: Weekly low Impact exercise class utilizing curriculum from the Arthritis Foundation.

Time & Location: 10:30AM @ McClain County Farm/Home Building, 1721 Hardcastle Blvd, Purcell, OK map & directions
Contact: Mickey Simpson 405-527-2174
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 2, 2017 - Munchies at the Market
Description: Nutrition education and food demonstrations held at the Community Market of Pottawatomie County. Nutrition topics vary by month. Each class will cover a nutrition topic, food safety, cooking technique and recipes. $10.00 donation at the door to cover food cost and support the Food Resource Center. RSVP to the Extension Office by 12:00 the day before scheduled class.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Community Market of Pottawatomie County - FRC, 120 S Center, Shawnee, OK map & directions
Contact: Sonya McDaniel 405-273-7683
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 2, 2017 - Living wiht the Right Stuff
Description: OHCE meeting

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ Community Center, Cheney street, Camargo, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey 580-328-5351
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 March 2, 2017 - Ag in the Classroom
Description: Ag in the Classroom lesson is taught for children ages 5 to 8 featuring a Oklahoma grown food. Lessons teach youth about agriculture, gardening, nutrition. Child learn food preparation skills by making a healthy snack. This program is provided for the Library Afterschool Reading Program. Pre-registration is required by call the library at 924-3486. To request this program for your classroom, contact Tommie M. James, FCS Extension Educator at 924-5312.

Time & Location: 3:30PM @ Donald W. Reynolds Library, 1515 West Main, Durant, OK map & directions
Contact: Tommie M. James 580-924-5213
Outcome: Fewer Oklahomans will experience hunger

 March 2, 2017 - Read Across America
Description: Join us by volunteering to read to a group of children at a Craig County child care facility on Read Across America Day, in honor of Dr. Suess. Call Tari Lee at the OSU Extension office to volunteer at 918-256-7569.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Craig County OSU Extension Office, 210 W Delaware, Suite 107, Vinita, OK, OK map & directions
Contact: Tari Lee 918-256-7569
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 2, 2017 - OHCE County Meeting
Description: Association meeting with educational program, business meeting and awards presentations.

Time & Location: 5:30PM @ Okmulgee OSU Extension Center, 1901 N. Oklahoma, Okmulgee, OK map & directions
Contact: Melody Ennis 918-756-1958
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 March 2, 2017 - Journey Through Health
Description: An Education on different parts of the body as we age. We take a journey and learn about what we should do to keep our bodies in check through our golden years

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Bethel Manor Senior Housing Divison, 619 Division Street, Sapulpa, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 2, 2017 - Arthritis Foundation Walk With Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 8:30AM @ Dillard, Oakwood Mall Southwest Entrance, Enid, OK map & directions
Contact: Lesa K Rauh 580-237-1228
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 2, 2017 - Bullying
Description: Teach lessons which help youth understand about "Bullying", and how to be an activist and help your fellow classmate.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Oologah High School 7 & 8 grade , 700 S Hwy 169 Oologah, OK 74053, Oologah, OK , OK map & directions
Contact: Penny King 918-923-4958
Outcome: Oklahoma children and youth will reduce their likelihood to engage in high-risk behaviors which lead to negative life outcomes

 March 2, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balnace
Description: This is a group fall prevention program that uses a unique combination of eight single forms that are derived from the traditional 24 form Yang-style Tai chi. All forms are arranged in a sequence that progresses from easy to more difficult and can be practiced separately or together.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Mooreland Methodist Church, 302 S. Elm, Mooreland, OK map & directions
Contact: Rhonda DeVor 580-254-3391
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 March 2, 2017 - Arthritis Land Exercise Program
Time & Location: 9:15AM @ Seiling Senior Center, 104 E. 3rd, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)238-5351
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 March 2, 2017 - Junior Livestock Show
Description: 2017 Jr Livestock Show Wednesday March 1 to Friday March 3rd

Time & Location: 10:30AM @ Osage County Fairgrounds, 320 Skyline Drive, Pawhuska, OK map & directions
Contact: Donna Robbins 918-287-4170
Outcome: Young people will excel in agri-science and develop critical life skills

 March 2, 2017 - Basic Budgeting
Description: Learn the very basics of how to budget your monthly income and how to save for the future.

Time & Location: 11:30AM @ Community Service Building, 1111 East Main, Norman, OK map & directions
Contact: Brenda Hill 405.321.4774
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 March 2, 2017 - McClain County 4-H Demonstration Contest
Description: 2017 4-H Demonstration Contest for 4-H members of all ages.

Time & Location: 6:00PM @ Blanchard High School, 1440 N County Line Ave, Blanchard, OK map & directions
Contact: Mickey 405-527-2174
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 3, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience Program
Description: The Co-parenting for Resilience program uses a combination of lecture, discussion, video, exercises, and example/role-playing to help parents discover new ways to help their children adjust to the divorce.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Osage County Interlocal Cooperative, 2017 E Main, Hominy, OK map & directions
Contact: Donna Robbins 918-287-4170
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 March 3, 2017 - Junior Livestock Show
Description: BBQ starts at 5:00 p.m. Awards Program at 6:30 p.m. Auction at 7:00 p.m.

Time & Location: 5:00PM @ Osage County Fairgrounds, 320 Skyline Drive, Pawhuska, OK map & directions
Contact: Donna Robbins 918-287-4170
Outcome: Young people will excel in agri-science and develop critical life skills

 March 3, 2017 - Underground Railroad Block of the Month
Description: Journey through history as we construct each quilt block of the Underground Railroad Quilt. Learn new quilting techniques and about the 1800s.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Cleveland County Fairgrounds, 601 E. Robinson Street, Norman, OK map & directions
Contact: Brenda Hill 405.321.4774
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 March 4, 2017 - Me and My Buddy Workshop: Life Skills for the Generations
Description: At this first three hour workshop, parents &/or grandparents along with their children/grandchildren will have the opportunity to spend quality time together learning fabric construction skills through the completion of a sewing project.

Time & Location: 9:30AM @ TBD, TBD, Okemah, OK map & directions
Contact: Jan Maples 918-623-0641
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 4, 2017 - Me and My Buddy Workshop: Life Skills for the Generations
Description: This first three hour workshop will provide grandparents &/or parents and their grandchildren/children an opportunity to spend quality time together learning the life skill of fabric construction during the completion of a sewing project.

Time & Location: 9:30AM @ TBD, TBD, Okemah, OK map & directions
Contact: Jan Maples 918-623-0641
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 March 4, 2017 - Barn Quilting
Description: Barn quilting class at the Osage County Fairgrounds. Pre-Register is required.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Osage County Fairgrounds, 320 Skyline Drive, Pawhuska, OK map & directions
Contact: Donna Robbins 918-287-4170
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 March 6, 2017 - Show Me the $$- Employability Skills Workshops
Description: The Lawton Ft. Sill Chamber of Commerce- Education Action Group through the Employability Skills subcommittee has developed a series of workshops for the Lawton Public School Internship Class. These workshops will provide skills and tools necessary to meet requirements as future members of the workforce.

Time & Location: 1:30PM @ Cameron University, Ole Kim Room, Lawton , OK map & directions
Contact: Lynn Null 580-355-1176
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their job readiness skills for better employment opportunities and economic development

 March 6, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ McCurtain County Extension Office, 108-B N. Central Ave. , Idabel, OK map & directions
Contact: Lauren Wren 580-286-7558
Outcome: Oklahoma children and youth will reduce their likelihood to engage in high-risk behaviors which lead to negative life outcomes

 March 6, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Pre-registration required - $30 fee

Time & Location: 6:00PM @ The Broadway Center, 212 N Broadway, Sayre, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy McFarlin 580-928-2139
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 March 6, 2017 - Walk in the Park and Wake-UP Yoga
Description: Join us for Walk in the Park and Walk-up Yoga for adults. Every Monday in January, February and March we will meet in Mineral Wells Park, Guthrie to walk for 30 minutes and then move to the Logan County Education Building for one-hour of Wake up Yoga

Time & Location: 8:00AM @ Mineral Wells Park, 215 Fairgounds Road, Guthrie, OK map & directions
Contact: Cynthia Klumpp 405-282-3331
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 March 6, 2017 - Work & Play OHCE Mtg.
Description: Monthly meeting

Time & Location: 1:30AM @ Baptist Church, 418 Elm St., Mooreland, OK map & directions
Contact: Rhonda DeVor 580-254-3391
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 March 6, 2017 - Character Critters
Time & Location: 3:30PM @ Library, Main Street, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)238-5351
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 March 6, 2017 - Tube Quilt Workshop for Beginners
Description: Learn basic hands on sewing skills to construct a simple quilt. Whether you are a complete beginner or want to brush up on some rusty skills this workshop is ideal for you. Registration is required. You will need to call Lori Ratliff at the Healdton Community Library to register 580-229-0590. Once you are registered you will receive the supply list for class. There will be 3 to 4 sessions to complete the quilt.

Time & Location: 5:30PM @ Healdton Community Library, 554 South 4th Street, Healdton, OK map & directions
Contact: Danielle Wells 580-223-6570
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 March 7, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children
Description: . Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 12:00PM @ Pittsburg County OSU Extension Office, 707 West Electric, McAlester, OK map & directions
Contact: Rachel Lockwood 918-423-4120
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/pittsburg/family-and-consumer-sciences/co-parenting-for-resilience
 March 7, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help Their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. $30.00 pre-registration required.

Time & Location: 12:30PM @ OSU-OKC Student Center Room 304, 900 N. Portland, Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Lisa Hamblin (405)713-1125
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/co-parenting-for-resilience
 March 7, 2017 - Master Wellness Volunteer Training
Description: The Master Wellness Volunteer training program is an engaging series of five classes that provides volunteers with 40 hours of training in health and wellness education. In return, the volunteers agree to give back 40 hours of service to the community as an OSU Extension Master Wellness Volunteer. Must be pre-registered and approved to attend.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Oklahoma County OSU Conference Center, 2500 N.E. 63rd St., Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Amanda Ford 4057131125
Outcome:

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/masterwellness
 March 7, 2017 - Co-parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children, Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyles and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 8:15AM @ Mayes County Extension (fairgrounds), 2200 NE 1st street, Pryor, Oklahoma 74362, OK map & directions
Contact: Janis Risley 918-825-3241
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

URL: http://coparenting.okstate.edu
 March 7, 2017 - Co-parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Cost $30.00 per person. Must register Friday before class starts. Class will run from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Lincoln County Courthouse, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 March 7, 2017 - Bee Presentation
Description: Oklahoma Home & Community Educator group of Delaware County meet monthly for an educational mini lesson and discuss helping the community as volunteers. This month they will have a special presentation on bees by Greg Hannaford of Tulsa Bees. Public is welcome to join.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Delaware County Fairgrounds, 38267 US Hwy 59, Jay, OK map & directions
Contact: Amy OBryan 918-253-4332
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

URL: Oklahoma
 March 7, 2017 - ServSafe
Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Pontotoc Technology Center, 601 West 33rd Street, Ada, OK map & directions
Contact: Janna Kelley 580-332-2153
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 March 7, 2017 - PRIDE
Time & Location: 3:00PM @ Pontotoc Technology Center, 601 West 33rd Street, Ada, OK map & directions
Contact: Janna Kelley 58-332-2153
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their job readiness skills for better employment opportunities and economic development

 March 7, 2017 - Master Wellness Volunteer Program
Description: The object is to train individuals who are interested in health and wellness with current research based information. These volunteers will assist the Family and Consumer Sciences program at the Tulsa County OSU Extension Center. The program is designed for individuals with at least a high school degree or equivalent, with a true interest in health and wellness, and would enjoy volunteering and sharing research-based information with others.TRAINING WILL BE HELD: Oklahoma Co. OSU Extension Center, 2500 NE 63 St, OKC, OK 73111 9 AM to 3 PM

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Tulsa Co. OSU Extension Center, 4116 E 15 Street, Tulsa, OK 74112, OK map & directions
Contact: Michelle Bonicelli 918-746-3721
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 7, 2017 - 4-H Cloverbud regular meeting
Description: 4-H Cloverbuds will meet for their regular monthly meeting. A variety of topics will be addressed at each meeting.

Time & Location: 3:00PM @ Blaine County Fairgrounds, 714 Newer, Watonga, OK map & directions
Contact: Joy Rhodes 580-623-5195
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 7, 2017 - 4-H Cloverbud regular meeting
Description: 4-H Cloverbuds will meet for their regular monthly meeting. A variety of topics will be addressed at each meeting.

Time & Location: 3:00PM @ Blaine County Fairgrounds, 714 Newer, Watonga, OK map & directions
Contact: Joy Rhodes 580-623-5195
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 7, 2017 - Active Parenting: First Five Years
Description: Your child's first few years are so important! Learn how to make the most of them with Active Parenting: First Five Years, a program for parents and other caregivers. Written by parenting expert (and dad) Dr. Michael Popkin, this course will show you how to nurture your child with a "just right" combination of freedom and nonviolent discipline. Millions of parents have achieved success with Active Parenting—and you can, too! Here’s what you’ll learn: What a baby’s cry means, Ages and stages of development, Building a strong bond, Your child’s growing brain, Using mindfulness to keep your cool, Effective discipline young children can understand, Choices and consequences, 6 ways to prepare your child for school success and much more!

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Seminole County OSU Extension, 12827 NS 3650, Wewoka, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-257-5433
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 7, 2017 - Active Parenting Now (ages 5-12)
Description: Do you ever wonder if there’s a better way to handle those daily parenting problems? Maybe your son dawdles around whenever it’s time to get dressed for school…your daughter is suddenly using disrespectful language…or the children seem to forget to do their chores and argue every minute of the day. Or maybe you’d like to prepare now for the upcoming teen years. You can become more successful at parenting—the most important job of your life—with Active Parenting Now, the acclaimed video and discussion program by parenting expert Dr. Michael Popkin. In six sessions, you will learn a proven approach to parenting that will lead to more harmony and happiness for you and your children. Since 1983 millions of families have learned the benefits of Active Parenting—now it’s your turn. We’re bringing the acclaimed Active Parenting Now program directly to you! This workshop will show you effective ways to…use non-violent discipline techniques that work, improve communication with your children, teach responsibility and other important values, handle problems as they come up, cope with difficult topics such as drugs, violence, and sex, defuse power struggles with your children, stimulate independence as your child grows older, and encourage your children to be their very best!

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Seminole County OSU Extension, 12827 NS 3650, Wewoka, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-257-5433
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 7, 2017 - Active Parenting of Teens (ages 13-18)
Description: The challenge of successfully ushering children through their teen years has always been among parents’ hardestwon achievements. But in today’s society where children seem to become adults overnight, and where they often make decisions about drugs, sexuality, and violence before they understand the consequences, a parent’s job is more important than ever. So how can you ensure that your teens develop the skills and character they need to not only survive but to thrive as they gain independence? You can create harmony and stability in your family while raising your teens to be responsible, courageous and prepared for independent life. Active Parenting of Teens, a video and discussion program by parenting expert Dr. Michael Popkin, will show you how. In six sessions packed with activities, discussion, real-world examples, and feedback, you’ll learn a proven approach to parenting, plus indispensable techniques and insights for overcoming obstacles, that will bring happiness and harmony into your home. You’ll leave each session energized and motivated to make positive and realistic changes in your own family’s daily life. Active Parenting of Teens will give you the guidance and support you need to turn the challenges of raising a teenager into opportunities for growth. You’ll learn: Methods of respectful discipline, Skills for clear, honest communication, Concrete strategies to prevent risky behavior, How to be an encouraging parent, . . . and much more, plus insight into important issues such as teens online, bullying, and depression.

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ Seminole County OSU Extension, 12827 NS 3650, Wewoka, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-257-5433
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 7, 2017 - Arthritis Foundation Walk With Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 8:30AM @ Dillard, Oakwood Mall Southwest Entrance, Enid, OK map & directions
Contact: Lesa K Rauh 580-237-1228
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 7, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balance
Description: This program is designed to improve older adults' balance, reduce their chances of falling, and help them improve and maintain their mobility, functional independence, and quality of life well into their later years. This is one class in a series of 24. The class lasts for 12 weeks with two classes each week. Please call our office to register for this free class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 March 7, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balnace
Description: This is a group fall prevention program that uses a unique combination of eight single forms that are derived from the traditional 24 form Yang-style Tai chi. All forms are arranged in a sequence that progresses from easy to more difficult and can be practiced separately or together.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Mooreland Methodist Church, 302 S. Elm, Mooreland, OK map & directions
Contact: Rhonda DeVor 580-254-3391
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 March 7, 2017 - Better Home OHCE Mtg.
Description: Monthly meeting

Time & Location: 1:00AM @ TBA, Woodward, Woodward, OK map & directions
Contact: Rhonda DeVor 580-254-3391
Outcome:

 March 7, 2017 - Arthritis Land Exercise Program
Time & Location: 9:15AM @ Seiling Senior Center, 104 E. 3rd, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)238-5351
Outcome:

 March 7, 2017 - 4-H Speech and Demonstration
Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Maryetta School, HWY 59, Stilwell, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
Outcome:

 March 8, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Pre-registration required - $30 fee.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Great Plains Technology Center , 4500 SW Lee Blvd, Lawton, OK map & directions
Contact: Lynn Null 580-355-1176
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 8, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Education for parents who have children and will be experiencing separation and/or divorce and those who may be seeking, custody, visitation or paternity of minor children. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class will also help parents to understand the need for co-parenting and how it affects their children. The last day to register is the Friday before the class. $30.00 registration fee must be paid with registration. Pre-registration is REQUIRED.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Carter County OSU Extension Office, 107 First Ave SW, Courthouse Annex #1, Ardmore, OK map & directions
Contact: Danielle Wells 580-223-6570
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 March 8, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Education for parents who have children and will be experiencing separation and/or divorce and those who may be seeking, custody, visitation or paternity of minor children. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class will also help parents to understand the need for co-parenting and how it affects their children. The last day to register is the Friday before the class. $30.00 registration fee must be paid with registration. Pre-registration is REQUIRED.

Time & Location: 1:30PM @ Carter County OSU Extension Office, 107 First Ave SW, Courthouse Annex #1, Ardmore, OK map & directions
Contact: Danielle Wells 580-223-6570
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 March 8, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. $30 registration fee must be paid with registration. Pre-registration is REQUIRED, PO Box 519 El Reno OK 73036.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Mabel C Fry Library, 1200 Lakeshore Drive, Yukon, OK map & directions
Contact: Canadian County Extension 405-262-0155
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 March 8, 2017 - Growing Strong Bodies and Minds
Description: Early Childhood Nutrition Education Program. Classroom activities to teach basic food groups and nutrition.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Central Tribes Head Start, 1525 N McKinley, Shawnee, OK map & directions
Contact: Sonya McDaniel 405-273-7683
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 8, 2017 - Growing Strong Bodies and Minds
Description: Early Childhood Nutrition Education Program. Classroom activities to teach basic food groups and nutrition.

Time & Location: 1:30PM @ Pleasant Grove Schools, 1927 E Walnut, Shawnee, OK map & directions
Contact: Sonya McDaniel 405-273-7683
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 8, 2017 - Parenting Classes
Description: Parenting Classes to be held are: 9:00 am to 12:00 noon Active Parenting 1, 2, 3, 4 Parents!, parenting toddlers ages 1-4, the three sessions covers basic developmental stages from ages 1 to 4, methods of bonding, encouragement skills, discipline skills, and more… 1:00 to 4:00 pm Successful Parenting, parenting children ages 5-12 The three sessions covers self-esteem, communication, and discipline. Pre-registration is required by contacting the Bryan County OSU Extension Office at 924-5312 The deadline to sign-up for the parenting classes is set for the Monday before each scheduled parenting class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Clay Jones Community Center, County Fairgrounds, 1901 S. 9th Ave., Durant, OK map & directions
Contact: Tommie M. James 580-924-5312
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 8, 2017 - Bridging the Gap of OHCE Members
Description: OHCE members would like to host monthly activities with their Educator. These activities are to invite potential new members and for the established members to get more acquainted.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Creek County Extension Office, 17806 W HWY 66, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 March 8, 2017 - COACH Exercise (Connecting Oder Adults & Community Health)
Description: Exercise for Seniors. A way to get fit and meet new people. There is 30 minutes of exercise and 30 minutes of line dancing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Kellyville City Hall, 410 East Buffalo, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 March 8, 2017 - Arthritis Foundation Walk With Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 8:30AM @ Dillard, Oakwood Mall Southwest Entrance, Enid, OK map & directions
Contact: Lesa K Rauh 580-237-1228
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 8, 2017 - Healthy Cooking with Diabetes
Description: Healthy Cooking with Diabetes is a 3 week course helping people manage their Type II diabetes through diet and healthy cooking. Each week will cover ways to better manage your diabetes and also demonstrate diabetic friendly recipes and cooking techniques that can help you be more successful in managing blood glucose and A1C levels. This class is intended for anyone diagnosed with Type II, wanting to prevent diabetes, or for caretakers of Type II diabetics. Taught by FCS Educator and Registered Dietitian Amanda Ford. Cost to attend is $25 for all three classes. Must pre-register by February 24th. For more information call 405-713-1125 or visit our website at http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/fcs-workshops .

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ OSU Conference Center, 2500 N.E. 63rd St., Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Amanda Ford 4057131125
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/fcs-workshops
 March 8, 2017 - Tai Chi
Description: Commonly called Tai Chi or Taiji, is an exercise that employs slow intentional movements, breathing techniques, and a rich array of cognitive tools (e.g. focused body awareness, imagery) to strengthen, relax and integrate the body and mind. Tai Chi is practiced for health, personal development and self-defense. The class introduces students to the fundamental principles of Tai Chi, including relaxed and mindful movement, proper structural alignment, and breath awareness. Students learn a foundational set of qigong (chi kung) exercises as well as the core movements from the Tai Chi short form. Students will also learn advanced principles.

Time & Location: 3:45PM @ Westville School, HWY 65 & Park, Westville, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
Outcome:

 March 8, 2017 - Fitness with Friends
Description: Weekly low Impact exercise class utilizing curriculum from the Arthritis Foundation.

Time & Location: 10:30AM @ McClain County Farm/Home Building, 1721 Hardcastle Blvd, Purcell, OK map & directions
Contact: Mickey Simpson 405-527-2174
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 9, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Cost is $35. All registrations must be paid and turned in to the Extension office at least 3 business days prior to the class.

Time & Location: 5:00PM @ Garfield County OSU Extension Center, 316 East Oxford Ave., Enid, OK map & directions
Contact: Lesa K Rauh 580-237-1228
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 March 9, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience Class
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help Their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/seperating couples and those custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ Blaine County Fairgrounds, 714 Newer, Watonga, OK map & directions
Contact: Joy Rhodes 580-623-5195
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 March 9, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Reslience
Description: A Court Mandated Class that educates divorce couples on how to parent during and after a divorce.

Time & Location: 9:00PM @ Creek County Extension Office, 17806 W HWY 66, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 9, 2017 - Arthritis Foundation Walk With Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 8:30AM @ Dillard, Oakwood Mall Southwest Entrance, Enid, OK map & directions
Contact: Lesa K Rauh 580-237-1228
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 9, 2017 - Arthritis Foundation Walk With Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 8:30AM @ Dillard, Oakwood Mall Southwest Entrance, Enid, OK map & directions
Contact: Lesa K Rauh 580-237-1228
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 9, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balance
Description: This program is designed to improve older adults' balance, reduce their chances of falling, and help them improve and maintain their mobility, functional independence, and quality of life well into their later years. This is one class in a series of 24. The class lasts for 12 weeks with two classes each week. Please call our office to register for this free class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 March 9, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balnace
Description: This is a group fall prevention program that uses a unique combination of eight single forms that are derived from the traditional 24 form Yang-style Tai chi. All forms are arranged in a sequence that progresses from easy to more difficult and can be practiced separately or together.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Mooreland Methodist Church, 302 S. Elm, Mooreland, OK map & directions
Contact: Rhonda DeVor 580-254-3391
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 March 9, 2017 - Arthritis Land Exercise Program
Time & Location: 9:15AM @ Seiling Senior Center, 104 E. 3rd, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)238-5351
Outcome:

 March 9, 2017 - Character Critters
Time & Location: 10:15AM @ Private, Day Care, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)238-5351
Outcome:

 March 9, 2017 - Snacking Savvy and Think Your Drink
Description: Participants will learn healthier snacking options and how to assess how what they are drinking affects their total calorie consumption.

Time & Location: 8:00AM @ Checotah Intermediate School, Checotah, Checotah, OK map & directions
Contact: M 918-689-7772
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 9, 2017 - OHCE Meeting
Description: Oklahoma Home and Community Education monthly meeting

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Fairgrounds, 464101 E. 1070 RD, Sallisaw, OK map & directions
Contact: April Cole 9187754838
Outcome:

 March 10, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Pre-registration required - $30

Time & Location: 8:30AM @ Washita Co. OSU Extension Center, 125 W. Main, Cordell, OK map & directions
Contact: Kristy Spalding 580-832-3356
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 10, 2017 - Jackson County OHCE
Description: Jackson County OHCE Quarterly Meeting

Time & Location: 11:30AM @ Jackson County OSU Office, N. Main, Altus, OK map & directions
Contact: Cheryl Lively 580-782-5502
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 March 10, 2017 - Craig County OHCE County Meeting
Description: One of four Craig County OHCE County meetings where all Craig County members get together for a meeting, lunch, and a day filled with workshops and project work.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Holy Ghost Catholic Church, 120 W Sequoyah, Vinita, OK, OK map & directions
Contact: Tari Lee 918-256-7569
Outcome:

 March 10, 2017 - Pathways to Success
Description: An inclusive program to equip participants with knowledge for better success in life

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ CASC, 1601 S Opdyke St, Sallisaw, OK map & directions
Contact: April Cole 9187754838
Outcome:

 March 11, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Oklahoma State University - Center for Family Services, 101 Human Sciences West, STILLWATER, OK map & directions
Contact: Center for Family Services 405-744-5058
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 11, 2017 - Co-Parenting in Spanish - Crianza Compartida (Clase para padres divorciandose)
Description: Crianza Compartida es la clase requerida por la corte de Oklahoma para padres quienes se estan divorciando y quienes tienen hijos menores de edad.

Time & Location: 12:30PM @ OSU - OKC (Business Technology Building #305), 900 North Portland Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Oklahoma County Extension (405) 713-1125
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: http://coparenting.okstate.edu/
 March 13, 2017 - Walk in the Park and Wake-UP Yoga
Description: Join us for Walk in the Park and Walk-up Yoga for adults. Every Monday in January, February and March we will meet in Mineral Wells Park, Guthrie to walk for 30 minutes and then move to the Logan County Education Building for one-hour of Wake up Yoga

Time & Location: 8:00AM @ Mineral Wells Park, 215 Fairgounds Road, Guthrie, OK map & directions
Contact: Cynthia Klumpp 405-282-3331
Outcome:

 March 14, 2017 - Master Wellness Volunteer Training
Description: The Master Wellness Volunteer training program is an engaging series of five classes that provides volunteers with 40 hours of training in health and wellness education. In return, the volunteers agree to give back 40 hours of service to the community as an OSU Extension Master Wellness Volunteer. Must be pre-registered and approved to attend.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Oklahoma County OSU Conference Center, 2500 N.E. 63rd St., Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Amanda Ford 4057131125
Outcome:

 March 14, 2017 - Master Wellness Volunteer Training
Description: The Master Wellness Volunteer training program is an engaging series of five classes that provides volunteers with 40 hours of training in health and wellness education. In return, the volunteers agree to give back 40 hours of service to the community as an OSU Extension Master Wellness Volunteer. Must be pre-registered and approved to attend.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Oklahoma County OSU Conference Center, 2500 N.E. 63rd St., Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Amanda Ford 4057131125
Outcome:

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/masterwellness
 March 14, 2017 - Pi Day Pie Workshop
Description: Learn the basics of pie making in this fun, hands-on workshop. The cost is $20. Space is limited. Sign up by March 7.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ TBA, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Fewer Oklahomans will experience hunger

 March 14, 2017 - Master Wellness Volunteer Program
Description: The object is to train individuals who are interested in health and wellness with current research based information. These volunteers will assist the Family and Consumer Sciences program at the Tulsa County OSU Extension Center. The program is designed for individuals with at least a high school degree or equivalent, with a true interest in health and wellness, and would enjoy volunteering and sharing research-based information with others.TRAINING WILL BE HELD: Oklahoma Co. OSU Extension Center, 2500 NE 63 St, OKC, OK 73111 9 AM to 3 PM

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Tulsa Co. OSU Extension Center, 4116 E 15 Street, Tulsa, OK 74112, OK map & directions
Contact: Michelle Bonicelli 918-746-3721
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 14, 2017 - Arthritis Foundation Walk With Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 8:30AM @ Dillard, Oakwood Mall Southwest Entrance, Enid, OK map & directions
Contact: Lesa K Rauh 580-237-1228
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 14, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balance
Description: This program is designed to improve older adults' balance, reduce their chances of falling, and help them improve and maintain their mobility, functional independence, and quality of life well into their later years. This is one class in a series of 24. The class lasts for 12 weeks with two classes each week. Please call our office to register for this free class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 March 14, 2017 - Spring Break Sewing Workshop
Description: Attend this two-day sewing camp for youth ages 9-18 years and complete a design & construction project. Participants will learn parts of sewing machine, how to read a pattern envelope, cut out a garment/project, and master simple sewing techniques. The Spring Break Sewing Workshop is March 14 -15 from 1:00 - 5:00 pm.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Logan County Fairgrounds Education Building, 215 Fairgounds Road, Guthrie, OK map & directions
Contact: Cynthia Klumpp 405-282-3331
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 14, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balnace
Description: This is a group fall prevention program that uses a unique combination of eight single forms that are derived from the traditional 24 form Yang-style Tai chi. All forms are arranged in a sequence that progresses from easy to more difficult and can be practiced separately or together.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Mooreland Methodist Church, 302 S. Elm, Mooreland, OK map & directions
Contact: Rhonda DeVor 580-254-3391
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 March 14, 2017 - Arthritis Land Exercise Program
Time & Location: 9:15AM @ Seiling Senior Center, 104 E. 3rd, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)238-5351
Outcome:

 March 14, 2017 - Pi Day Pie Workshop
Description: Learn the basics of pie making in this fun, hands-on workshop! While the class itself is free, there is a $0 fee to cover supplies for the day. Every participant will leave this day with a pie made by his or her own hands! Space is limited-the first ten who pay their registration fee will be guaranteed a spot. Registration is due by March 8th. Please reserve three hours for this class.

Time & Location: 1:30PM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Fewer Oklahomans will experience hunger

 March 15, 2017 - Co-Parenting
Description: Co-Parenting For Resilience is about a four hour workshop that teaches parents how to help their children adjust to their changing family structures. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Cost of the class is $30. If not received three business days prior to class date, cost is $40. You will receive certificate of completion instantly after you complete class. Non-refundable. Payable by money order, check or cash. Make checks payable to OSU Extension. Do not mail cash. Unable to accept credit/debit cards.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Hughes County OSU Extension, 200 N Broadway, Holdenville, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-379-5470
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 March 15, 2017 - COACH Exercise (Connecting Oder Adults & Community Health)
Description: Exercise for Seniors. A way to get fit and meet new people. There is 30 minutes of exercise and 30 minutes of line dancing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Kellyville City Hall, 410 East Buffalo, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 March 15, 2017 - Arthritis Foundation Walk With Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 8:30AM @ Dillard, Oakwood Mall Southwest Entrance, Enid, OK map & directions
Contact: Lesa K Rauh 580-237-1228
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 15, 2017 - Healthy Cooking with Diabetes
Description: Healthy Cooking with Diabetes is a 3 week course helping people manage their Type II diabetes through diet and healthy cooking. Each week will cover ways to better manage your diabetes and also demonstrate diabetic friendly recipes and cooking techniques that can help you be more successful in managing blood glucose and A1C levels. This class is intended for anyone diagnosed with Type II, wanting to prevent diabetes, or for caretakers of Type II diabetics. Taught by FCS Educator and Registered Dietitian Amanda Ford. Cost to attend is $25 for all three classes. Must pre-register by February 24th. For more information call 405-713-1125 or visit our website at http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/fcs-workshops .

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ OSU Conference Center, 2500 N.E. 63rd St., Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Amanda Ford 4057131125
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/fcs-workshops
 March 15, 2017 - Fitness with Friends
Description: Weekly low Impact exercise class utilizing curriculum from the Arthritis Foundation.

Time & Location: 10:30AM @ McClain County Farm/Home Building, 1721 Hardcastle Blvd, Purcell, OK map & directions
Contact: Mickey Simpson 405-527-2174
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 16, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Love County Courthouse, 405 West Main Ste 102, Marietta ,OK 73448, OK map & directions
Contact: Randi McCann 580-276-3385
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 March 16, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Cost $30.00 per person. Must register by March 14, 2017.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Grady County Extension office, 828 W Choctaw, Chickasha, OK map & directions
Contact: Susan Routh 4052242216
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 16, 2017 - Is Ag a Climate Villain?
Description: This program will explore the effects of agriculture food production, particularly the cattle industry, on potential climate change. A primary focus will be a discussion of strategies for one of the possible impacts of change - that of increased food prices at the grocery store.

Time & Location: 1:30PM @ McClain County OSU Extension Classroom, 1721 Hardcastle Blvd, Purcell, OK map & directions
Contact: Mickey Simpson 405-527-2174
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 16, 2017 - Active Parenting: First Five Years
Description: Your child's first few years are so important! Learn how to make the most of them with Active Parenting: First Five Years, a program for parents and other caregivers. Written by parenting expert (and dad) Dr. Michael Popkin, this course will show you how to nurture your child with a "just right" combination of freedom and nonviolent discipline. Millions of parents have achieved success with Active Parenting—and you can, too! Here’s what you’ll learn: What a baby’s cry means, Ages and stages of development, Building a strong bond, Your child’s growing brain, Using mindfulness to keep your cool, Effective discipline young children can understand, Choices and consequences, 6 ways to prepare your child for school success and much more!

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Hughes County OSU Extension, 200 N Broadway, Holdenville, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-379-5470
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 16, 2017 - Active Parenting Now (ages 5-12)
Description: Do you ever wonder if there’s a better way to handle those daily parenting problems? Maybe your son dawdles around whenever it’s time to get dressed for school…your daughter is suddenly using disrespectful language…or the children seem to forget to do their chores and argue every minute of the day. Or maybe you’d like to prepare now for the upcoming teen years. You can become more successful at parenting—the most important job of your life—with Active Parenting Now, the acclaimed video and discussion program by parenting expert Dr. Michael Popkin. In six sessions, you will learn a proven approach to parenting that will lead to more harmony and happiness for you and your children. Since 1983 millions of families have learned the benefits of Active Parenting—now it’s your turn. We’re bringing the acclaimed Active Parenting Now program directly to you! This workshop will show you effective ways to…use non-violent discipline techniques that work, improve communication with your children, teach responsibility and other important values, handle problems as they come up, cope with difficult topics such as drugs, violence, and sex, defuse power struggles with your children, stimulate independence as your child grows older, and encourage your children to be their very best!

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Hughes County OSU Extension, 200 N Broadway, Holdenville, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-379-5470
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 16, 2017 - Active Parenting of Teens (ages 13-18)
Description: The challenge of successfully ushering children through their teen years has always been among parents’ hardestwon achievements. But in today’s society where children seem to become adults overnight, and where they often make decisions about drugs, sexuality, and violence before they understand the consequences, a parent’s job is more important than ever. So how can you ensure that your teens develop the skills and character they need to not only survive but to thrive as they gain independence? You can create harmony and stability in your family while raising your teens to be responsible, courageous and prepared for independent life. Active Parenting of Teens, a video and discussion program by parenting expert Dr. Michael Popkin, will show you how. In six sessions packed with activities, discussion, real-world examples, and feedback, you’ll learn a proven approach to parenting, plus indispensable techniques and insights for overcoming obstacles, that will bring happiness and harmony into your home. You’ll leave each session energized and motivated to make positive and realistic changes in your own family’s daily life. Active Parenting of Teens will give you the guidance and support you need to turn the challenges of raising a teenager into opportunities for growth. You’ll learn: Methods of respectful discipline, Skills for clear, honest communication, Concrete strategies to prevent risky behavior, How to be an encouraging parent, . . . and much more, plus insight into important issues such as teens online, bullying, and depression.

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ Hughes County OSU Extension, 200 N Broadway, Holdenville, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-379-5470
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 16, 2017 - OHCE Leader Lesson
Description: OHCE members Leader Lesson

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Creek County Extension Office, 17806 W HWY 66, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 March 16, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Must PRE-REGISTER.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Beaver Co Extension Office, 111 W 2nd Street, Courthouse, Beaver, OK map & directions
Contact: Elizabeth Gardner-McBee 580-625-3464
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 March 16, 2017 - Arthritis Foundation Walk With Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 8:30AM @ Dillard, Oakwood Mall Southwest Entrance, Enid, OK map & directions
Contact: Lesa K Rauh 580-237-1228
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 16, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balance
Description: This program is designed to improve older adults' balance, reduce their chances of falling, and help them improve and maintain their mobility, functional independence, and quality of life well into their later years. This is one class in a series of 24. The class lasts for 12 weeks with two classes each week. Please call our office to register for this free class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 March 16, 2017 - Pants Fitting and Construction Workshop
Description: Two-day pants fitting and construction for adults. Participants will learn the basics of pants fitting, alterations and construction of a basic trouser pant. Scheduled for March 16 -17 from 9:00 - 3:00 pm.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Logan County Fairgrounds Education Building, 215 Fairgounds Road, Guthrie, OK map & directions
Contact: Cynthia Klumpp 405-282-3331
Outcome:

 March 16, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balnace
Description: This is a group fall prevention program that uses a unique combination of eight single forms that are derived from the traditional 24 form Yang-style Tai chi. All forms are arranged in a sequence that progresses from easy to more difficult and can be practiced separately or together.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Mooreland Methodist Church, 302 S. Elm, Mooreland, OK map & directions
Contact: Rhonda DeVor 580-254-3391
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 March 16, 2017 - Arthritis Land Exercise Program
Time & Location: 9:15AM @ Seiling Senior Center, 104 E. 3rd, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)238-5351
Outcome:

 March 16, 2017 - Spring OHCE Meeting
Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Stilwell Library, Division St, Stilwell, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
Outcome:

 March 16, 2017 - Is Ag a Climate Villain
Description: This class explores the effects of agriculture food production, particularly the cattle industry, on potential climate change and increase in food prices

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Garvin County Fairgrounds, 1274 N. Chickasaw , Pauls Valley, OK, OK map & directions
Contact: Connie Wollenberg 405-238-6681
Outcome:

 March 17, 2017 - Pants Fitting and Construction Workshop
Description: Two-day pants fitting and construction for adults. Participants will learn the basics of pants fitting, alterations and construction of a basic trouser pant. Scheduled for March 16 -17 from 9:00 - 3:00 pm.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Logan County Fairgrounds Education Building, 215 Fairgounds Road, Guthrie, OK map & directions
Contact: Cynthia Klumpp 405-282-3331
Outcome:

 March 17, 2017 - Canning Class: Jams and Jellies
Description: This class is for anyone interested in learning the art of making jams and jellies. This program will feature an educational presentation followed by a lab where participants will can their own jams and jellies. Each participant will leave with canned goods this day. The class itself is free, but there is a $10 fee for canning supplies. This fee is due to our office by March 10th. This class must have a minimum of five people to make, so tell your friends and family!

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Fewer Oklahomans will experience hunger

 March 20, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children.  Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation.  This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Kiowa County OSU Extension, 302 North Lincoln, Hobart, OK map & directions
Contact: Brenda Medlock 5807265643
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 20, 2017 - Co-parenting through resilience
Description: This class is for parents who are divorcing with minor children ages 18 and younger and is required by every court system in the state of Oklahoma. Parents will discover effective strategies that promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. Fee is $30.00 per person and can be paid in cash at the extension office or with a cashier's check or money order. No personal checks. Registration and the pre course survey are due the Washington County office on Thursday before the class the following Monday.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Community Room - Washington County Health Department, 5121 Jacquelyn Lane, Bartlesville, OK map & directions
Contact: Gale A. Mills 918-534-2216
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 March 20, 2017 - OrganWise Guys
Description: OrganWise Guys Indian Camp in Pawhuska

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Indian Camp Elementary, 2005 E Boundary Ave, Pawhuska, OK map & directions
Contact: Donna Robbins 918-287-4170
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 20, 2017 - Lunchtime Learning Sessions for Adults
Description: focusing on encouraging family mealtime while enjoying home cooked foods

Time & Location: 12:00PM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 20, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resliency
Description: Education for parents who have children and will be experiencing separation and/or divorce and those who may be seeking, custody, visitation or paternity of minor children. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class will also help parents to understand the need for co-parenting and how it affects their children. $30.00 registration fee. Pre-registration is REQUIRED.

Time & Location: 5:30PM @ OSU Extension Office, 11545 Hwy 70, Madill, OK map & directions
Contact: Sara Randolph 5807953563
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 March 20, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: The Co-Parenting for Resilience program is a four hour class that is based on current research. It uses a combination of lecture, discussion, video, activities and examples to help parents discover effective strategies that promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. The class addresses topics as required by Oklahoma law and the court system.

Time & Location: 5:00PM @ Okfuskee County OSU Extension Center Conference Room, 1201 E. Columbia, Suite A, Okemah, OK map & directions
Contact: Jan Maples 918-623-0641
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 20, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 March 20, 2017 - Walk in the Park and Wake-UP Yoga
Description: Join us for Walk in the Park and Walk-up Yoga for adults. Every Monday in January, February and March we will meet in Mineral Wells Park, Guthrie to walk for 30 minutes and then move to the Logan County Education Building for one-hour of Wake up Yoga

Time & Location: 8:00AM @ Mineral Wells Park, 215 Fairgounds Road, Guthrie, OK map & directions
Contact: Cynthia Klumpp 405-282-3331
Outcome:

 March 20, 2017 - Logan County Teen/Volunteer Leader Meeting
Description: Lesson on 4-H State and County Record book process. Focus on goal setting and planning for a successful 4-H project, record keeping process, identification of scholarships, and awards applications.

Time & Location: 6:00PM @ Logan County OCES Conference Room, 215 Fairgounds Road, Guthrie, OK map & directions
Contact: Cynthia Klumpp 405-282-3331
Outcome:

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 March 20, 2017 - Tai Chi: Moving For Better Balance
Description: The movements of the Chinese martial art Tai Chi can help seniors reduce the risk of falling, increase balance, and increase flexibility.This twelve-week class teaches participants ways to improve their overall mind, body,and spirit through a series of slow continuous movements. It does not matter how strong, flexible, or active you are as Tai Chi is designed for people at all levels of health.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ OSU Conference Center, 2500 N.E. 63rd St., Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Amanda Ford 4057131125
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/fcs-workshops
 March 20, 2017 - Woodwardettes OHCE Mtg.
Description: Monthly meeting

Time & Location: 6:30PM @ Fairgrouds Bldg. A, 108 Temple Houston Dr., Woodward, OK map & directions
Contact: Rhonda DeVor 580-254-3391
Outcome:

 March 20, 2017 - Character Critters
Time & Location: 3:30PM @ Library, Main Street, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)238-5351
Outcome:

 March 21, 2017 - Conscious Discipline for LPS Teachers
Description: Conscious Discipline is an evidence-based comprehensive social-emotional learning and classroom management program based on current brain research. Conscious Discipline empowers adults to consciously respond to daily conflict, transforming it into an opportunity to teach critical life skills to children.

Time & Location: 4:00PM @ Lawton Public School, 802 NW Homestead DR, Lawton, OK 73505, OK map & directions
Contact: Lynn Null 580-355-1176
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 21, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help Their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. $30.00 pre-registration required.

Time & Location: 6:00PM @ OSU-OKC Student Center Room 304, 900 N. Portland, Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Lisa Hamblin (405)713-1125
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/co-parenting-for-resilience
 March 21, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help Their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/seperating couples and those custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Weatherford City Hall- Wilkinson Room, 522 W. Rainey, Weatherford, OK map & directions
Contact: Radonna Sawatzky 5830-323-2291
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 21, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilence
Description: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Pre-registration required - $30

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Jefferson County OSU Extension Office, 802 East D. Street, Waurika, OK map & directions
Contact: Tara Brown (580) 228-2332
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 21, 2017 - Care Packages for the Military
Description: Gather and put together Care Packages for our military troops. Public is invited!

Time & Location: 11:30AM @ Waurika Sr. Citizens Center, 316 S. 5th Street, Waurika, OK map & directions
Contact: Tara Brown (580) 228-2332
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 March 21, 2017 - Growing Strong Bodies and Minds
Description: Early childhood nutrition education program. Classroom activities to teach food groups and basic nutrition.

Time & Location: 2:30PM @ Gordon Cooper Technology Center Early Care and Education, 1 John C Burton, Shawnee, OK map & directions
Contact: Sonya McDaniel 405-273-7683
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 21, 2017 - Teen Cuisine
Description: Closed class for Mrs. Phillip's middle school to teach youth cooking skills

Time & Location: 5:30PM @ OSU Extension Office, 11545 Hwy 70, Madill, OK map & directions
Contact: Sara Randolph 5807953563
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their financial readiness for life events

 March 21, 2017 - 3rd Tuesday Funtime Learning Night
Description: TBA

Time & Location: 6:00PM @ Pontotoc County OSU Extension Center Kitchen, 1700 N Broadway, Ada, OK map & directions
Contact: Janna Kelley 580-332-2153
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 March 21, 2017 - 4-H Food Science Club
Description: 4-Hers and youth ages 9 or older learn and practice food preparation and food safety skills through hands-on activities in a food lab experience. This special interest 4-H club meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month during the school year. Pre-registration is required by calling the Bryan County OSU Extension 924-5312.

Time & Location: 5:30PM @ Clay Jones Community Center, Durant, 1901 South 9th Ave., County Fairgrounds, Durant, OK map & directions
Contact: Tommie M. James 580-924-5312
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 21, 2017 - Fairy Gardens
Description: Grady County OHCE Leader Training will focus on the world of "Fairy Gardens." Learn how to create these amazing small gardens for your home.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Grady County Extension office, 828 W Choctaw, Chickasha, OK map & directions
Contact: Susan Routh 405.224.2216
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/grady/events/grady-county-ohce-leader-training-1
 March 21, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balance
Description: This program is designed to improve older adults' balance, reduce their chances of falling, and help them improve and maintain their mobility, functional independence, and quality of life well into their later years. This is one class in a series of 24. The class lasts for 12 weeks with two classes each week. Please call our office to register for this free class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 March 21, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balnace
Description: This is a group fall prevention program that uses a unique combination of eight single forms that are derived from the traditional 24 form Yang-style Tai chi. All forms are arranged in a sequence that progresses from easy to more difficult and can be practiced separately or together.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Mooreland Methodist Church, 302 S. Elm, Mooreland, OK map & directions
Contact: Rhonda DeVor 580-254-3391
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 March 21, 2017 - Arthritis Land Exercise Program
Time & Location: 9:15AM @ Seiling Senior Center, 104 E. 3rd, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)238-5351
Outcome:

 March 21, 2017 - Co-parenting
Description: Must pre-register by March 10, 2017

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Extension Office, Fairgrounds, Taloga, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)328-5351
Outcome:

 March 22, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Red River Tech. Business center, 3300 W. Bois D, Duncan, OK map & directions
Contact: Brenda Gandy 580-255-0510
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 22, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Cost $40.00 per person. Must register 48 hours before the class starts. Class will run from 12:30 pm to 4:30 pm

Time & Location: 12:30PM @ OSU Extension Office, 14001 Acme Road, Shawnee, OK map & directions
Contact: Sonya McDaniel 405-273-7683
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 March 22, 2017 - Active Parenting: First Five Years
Description: Your child's first few years are so important! Learn how to make the most of them with Active Parenting: First Five Years, a program for parents and other caregivers. Written by parenting expert (and dad) Dr. Michael Popkin, this course will show you how to nurture your child with a "just right" combination of freedom and nonviolent discipline. Millions of parents have achieved success with Active Parenting—and you can, too! Here’s what you’ll learn: What a baby’s cry means, Ages and stages of development, Building a strong bond, Your child’s growing brain, Using mindfulness to keep your cool, Effective discipline young children can understand, Choices and consequences, 6 ways to prepare your child for school success and much more!

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Seminole County OSU Extension, 12827 NS 3650, Wewoka, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-257-5433
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 22, 2017 - Active Parenting Now (ages 5-12)
Description: Do you ever wonder if there’s a better way to handle those daily parenting problems? Maybe your son dawdles around whenever it’s time to get dressed for school…your daughter is suddenly using disrespectful language…or the children seem to forget to do their chores and argue every minute of the day. Or maybe you’d like to prepare now for the upcoming teen years. You can become more successful at parenting—the most important job of your life—with Active Parenting Now, the acclaimed video and discussion program by parenting expert Dr. Michael Popkin. In six sessions, you will learn a proven approach to parenting that will lead to more harmony and happiness for you and your children. Since 1983 millions of families have learned the benefits of Active Parenting—now it’s your turn. We’re bringing the acclaimed Active Parenting Now program directly to you! This workshop will show you effective ways to…use non-violent discipline techniques that work, improve communication with your children, teach responsibility and other important values, handle problems as they come up, cope with difficult topics such as drugs, violence, and sex, defuse power struggles with your children, stimulate independence as your child grows older, and encourage your children to be their very best!

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Seminole County OSU Extension, 12827 NS 3650, Wewoka, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-257-5433
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 22, 2017 - Active Parenting of Teens (ages 13-18)
Description: The challenge of successfully ushering children through their teen years has always been among parents’ hardestwon achievements. But in today’s society where children seem to become adults overnight, and where they often make decisions about drugs, sexuality, and violence before they understand the consequences, a parent’s job is more important than ever. So how can you ensure that your teens develop the skills and character they need to not only survive but to thrive as they gain independence? You can create harmony and stability in your family while raising your teens to be responsible, courageous and prepared for independent life. Active Parenting of Teens, a video and discussion program by parenting expert Dr. Michael Popkin, will show you how. In six sessions packed with activities, discussion, real-world examples, and feedback, you’ll learn a proven approach to parenting, plus indispensable techniques and insights for overcoming obstacles, that will bring happiness and harmony into your home. You’ll leave each session energized and motivated to make positive and realistic changes in your own family’s daily life. Active Parenting of Teens will give you the guidance and support you need to turn the challenges of raising a teenager into opportunities for growth. You’ll learn: Methods of respectful discipline, Skills for clear, honest communication, Concrete strategies to prevent risky behavior, How to be an encouraging parent, . . . and much more, plus insight into important issues such as teens online, bullying, and depression.

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ Seminole County OSU Extension, 12827 NS 3650, Wewoka, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-257-5433
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 22, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience:Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. They will be learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 11:00AM @ Okmulgee OSU Extension Center, 1901 N. Oklahoma, Okmulgee, OK map & directions
Contact: Melody Ennis 918-756-1958
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 22, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Reslience
Description: A Court Mandated Class that educates divorce couples on how to parent during and after a divorce.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Creek County Extension Office, 17806 W HWY 66, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 22, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Reslience
Description: A Court Mandated Class that educates divorce couples on how to parent during and after a divorce.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Creek County Extension Office, 17806 W HWY 66, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 22, 2017 - COACH Exercise (Connecting Oder Adults & Community Health)
Description: Exercise for Seniors. A way to get fit and meet new people. There is 30 minutes of exercise and 30 minutes of line dancing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Kellyville City Hall, 410 East Buffalo, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 March 22, 2017 - Healthy Homes
Description: Is your home making you sick?

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Library, Main Street, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)328-5351
Outcome:

 March 22, 2017 - Progressive Safety Day
Description: Fourth grade participants from the entire county will learn ways to stay safe at home and on the farm by rotating through stations that include: fire safety, boating/water safety, small animal safety, gun/firearm safety, farm equipment safety, electrical safety, lawnmower safety, and others.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ McIntosh County Fairgrounds, 417738 E 1210 Rd, Eufaula, OK map & directions
Contact: Melanie Taylor 918-689-7772
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 March 22, 2017 - Tai Chi
Description: Commonly called Tai Chi or Taiji, is an exercise that employs slow intentional movements, breathing techniques, and a rich array of cognitive tools (e.g. focused body awareness, imagery) to strengthen, relax and integrate the body and mind. Tai Chi is practiced for health, personal development and self-defense. The class introduces students to the fundamental principles of Tai Chi, including relaxed and mindful movement, proper structural alignment, and breath awareness. Students learn a foundational set of qigong (chi kung) exercises as well as the core movements from the Tai Chi short form. Students will also learn advanced principles.

Time & Location: 3:45PM @ Westville School, HWY 65 & Park, Westville, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
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 March 22, 2017 - Fitness with Friends
Description: Weekly low Impact exercise class utilizing curriculum from the Arthritis Foundation.

Time & Location: 10:30AM @ McClain County Farm/Home Building, 1721 Hardcastle Blvd, Purcell, OK map & directions
Contact: Mickey Simpson 405-527-2174
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 23, 2017 - OK Home & Community Educ. Leader Lesson
Description: Lesson: Green Cleaning: We all want a clean home, yet there is no reason to use chemical-laden products. This lesson will feature use of non-toxic cleaning products whether commercially purchased products or cleaners made from your own kitchen.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ OSU Extension Office, 601 E. Robinson, Norman, OK map & directions
Contact: Brenda Hill 4053214774
Outcome:

 March 23, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resislence
Description: Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help Their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/seperating couples and those custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. $ 30 Fee Pre- registration required.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Jackson Co. OSU Extension Office, 2801 North Main Street Suite A, Altus, OK map & directions
Contact: Cheryl Lively 580-782-5502
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 23, 2017 - Greer OHCE Leader Lesson
Time & Location: 9:00AM @ SW Technology Center, N. Main, Altus, OK map & directions
Contact: Cheryl Lively 580-782-5502
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 March 23, 2017 - Jackson OHCE Leader Lesson
Description: Take 5 Quilt Lesson

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ SW Technology Center, N. Main, Altus, OK map & directions
Contact: Cheryl Lively 580-782-5502
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 March 23, 2017 - OHCE Sewing with Friends
Description: A chance to learn to sew or to brush up on skills. Come to Creek County OSU Extension office to meet new friends and learn new things

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Creek County Extension Office, 17806 W HWY 66, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 March 23, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balance
Description: This program is designed to improve older adults' balance, reduce their chances of falling, and help them improve and maintain their mobility, functional independence, and quality of life well into their later years. This is one class in a series of 24. The class lasts for 12 weeks with two classes each week. Please call our office to register for this free class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 March 23, 2017 - Is Agriculture a Climate Villain?
Description: This OHCE leader lesson will explore the effects of agriculture food production, particularly the cattle industry, on potential climate change. Focus will be on a discussion of strategies for one of the possible impacts of change-increased food prices at the grocery store. Mickey Simpson, presenter.

Time & Location: 9:30AM @ OSU Extension Center, 2500 NE 63rd, OKC, OK map & directions
Contact: Lisa Hamblin (405)713-1125
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/decrease the degradation of their environments

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma
 March 23, 2017 - Arthritis Land Exercise Program
Time & Location: 9:15AM @ Seiling Senior Center, 104 E. 3rd, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)238-5351
Outcome:

 March 23, 2017 - Green Cleaning Program
Description: We all want a clean home, yet there is no reason to use chemical-laden products. This lesson will feature use of non-toxic cleaning products whether commercially purchased products or cleaners made from your own kitchens.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Cleveland County Fairgrounds, 601 E. Robinson Street, Norman, OK map & directions
Contact: Brenda Hill 405.321.4774
Outcome:

 March 24, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. $30 Pre-registration is required.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Garvin County Fairgrounds, 1274 N. Chickasaw, Pauls Valley, OK map & directions
Contact: Connie Wollenberg, Mickey Simpson 405-238-6681, 405-527-2174
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 24, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Sequoyah County Courthouse, 120 E. Chickasaw, Suite 107, Sallisaw, OK map & directions
Contact: April Cole 918-775-4838
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 24, 2017 - Understanding County Government
Description: OHCE lesson leader training, anyone is welcome

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their job readiness skills for better employment opportunities and economic development

 March 24, 2017 - Jackson OHCE Leader Lesson
Description: Take 5 Quilt Lesson

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ SW Technology Center, N. Main, Altus, OK map & directions
Contact: Cheryl Lively 580-782-5502
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 March 24, 2017 - Greer OHCE Leader Lesson
Description: Take 5 Quilt Lesson

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ SW Technology Center, N. Main, Altus, OK map & directions
Contact: Cheryl Lively 580-782-5502
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 March 25, 2017 - Food Showdown and Food Show
Description: Pre entry due Mar 22, Contest will be limited to 9 teams, see newsletter for details

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Kingfisher County Fairgrounds, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

URL: Oklahoma
 March 25, 2017 - Babysitting 101
Description: Teens will learn the business of babysitting, how to prepare healthy snacks, safety strategies and more. Register through the library, (405)843-9601.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Belle Isle Library, 5501 N. Villa, OKC, OK map & directions
Contact: Lisa Hamblin (405)713-1125
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their job readiness skills for better employment opportunities and economic development

 March 27, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Helping parents help their children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "Co-Parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Rogers County Courthouse (2nd floor/go to hallyway/left to end of hallway/left to end of short hallway/ meeting rm #2 on left), 200 S Lynn Riggs Blvd. , Claremore, OK. , OK map & directions
Contact: Penny King 918-923-4958
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 March 27, 2017 - Check and Balance
Description: Join us to learn about budgeting basics, and how to prepare your family for financial changes and stresses.

Time & Location: 5:30PM @ OSU Extension Office, 11545 Hwy 70, Madill, OK map & directions
Contact: Sara Randolph 5807953563
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their financial readiness for life events

 March 27, 2017 - Co-Parenting
Description: Co-Parenting For Resilience is about a four hour workshop that teaches parents how to help their children adjust to their changing family structures. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Cost of the class is $30. If not received three business days prior to class date, cost is $40. You will receive certificate of completion instantly after you complete class. Non-refundable. Payable by money order, check or cash. Make checks payable to OSU Extension. Do not mail cash. Unable to accept credit/debit cards. GPS WILL NOT correctly direct you to our office. Please call for directions or see the map on our website under Location at: http://oces.okstate.edu/seminole (straight across from big white building) From North side of Wewoka -about 1m West of Wewoka on Hwy 270 then south on 365 road about quarter mile. Straight across from big white building behind nursing home. Look for orange signs.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Seminole County OSU Extension, 12827 NS 3650, Wewoka, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-257-5433
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 March 27, 2017 - Walk in the Park and Wake-UP Yoga
Description: Join us for Walk in the Park and Walk-up Yoga for adults. Every Monday in January, February and March we will meet in Mineral Wells Park, Guthrie to walk for 30 minutes and then move to the Logan County Education Building for one-hour of Wake up Yoga

Time & Location: 8:00AM @ Mineral Wells Park, 215 Fairgounds Road, Guthrie, OK map & directions
Contact: Cynthia Klumpp 405-282-3331
Outcome:

 March 27, 2017 - Tai Chi: Moving For Better Balance
Description: The movements of the Chinese martial art Tai Chi can help seniors reduce the risk of falling, increase balance, and increase flexibility.This twelve-week class teaches participants ways to improve their overall mind, body,and spirit through a series of slow continuous movements. It does not matter how strong, flexible, or active you are as Tai Chi is designed for people at all levels of health.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ OSU Conference Center, 2500 N.E. 63rd St., Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Amanda Ford 4057131125
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/fcs-workshops
 March 27, 2017 - Prairie Rose OHCE Mtg.
Description: Monthly meeting

Time & Location: 6:30PM @ Fairgrouds Bldg. A, 108 Temple Houston Dr., Woodward, OK map & directions
Contact: Rhonda DeVor 580-254-3391
Outcome:

 March 28, 2017 - Show Me the $$- Employability Skills Workshops
Description: The Lawton Ft. Sill Chamber of Commerce- Education Action Group through the Employability Skills subcommittee has developed a series of workshops for the Gateway Success Center. These workshops will provide skills and tools necessary to meet requirements as future members of the workforce.

Time & Location: 8:30AM @ Gateway Success Center, 102 E Gore Blvd, Lawton , OK map & directions
Contact: Lynn Null 580-355-1176
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their job readiness skills for better employment opportunities and economic development

 March 28, 2017 - The ABC's of Better Sleep
Description: This one-hour program will discuss the importance of sleep and provide helpful hints to improve the quality of our sleep.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Okfuskee County OSU Extension Center Conference Room, 1201 E. Columbia, Suite A, Okemah, OK map & directions
Contact: Jan Maples, Melody Ennis 918-623-0641
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 28, 2017 - the ABC's of Better Sleep
Description: Learn about sleep disorders and how to get better rest.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Okmulgee OSU Extension Center, 1901 N. Oklahoma, Okmulgee, OK map & directions
Contact: Melody Ennis 918-756-1958
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 28, 2017 - Do It Yourself Home Interior Projects
Description: Learn simple steps to refinishing, reupholster, and revive your home with simple and inexpensive fixes.

Time & Location: 1:00AM @ Logan County OCES Conference Room, 215 Fairgounds Road, Guthrie, OK map & directions
Contact: Cynthia Klumpp 405-282-3331
Outcome:

 March 28, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balnace
Description: This is a group fall prevention program that uses a unique combination of eight single forms that are derived from the traditional 24 form Yang-style Tai chi. All forms are arranged in a sequence that progresses from easy to more difficult and can be practiced separately or together.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Mooreland Methodist Church, 302 S. Elm, Mooreland, OK map & directions
Contact: Rhonda DeVor 580-254-3391
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 March 28, 2017 - Arthritis Land Exercise Program
Time & Location: 9:15AM @ Seiling Senior Center, 104 E. 3rd, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)238-5351
Outcome:

 March 28, 2017 - Checks and Balances
Description: Must pre-register by March 22, 2017

Time & Location: 5:00PM @ Extension Office, Fairgrounds, Taloga, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)328-5351
Outcome:

 March 28, 2017 - Co- Parenting
Description: Parents who are, or soon will be “ex-spouses” must still work together to benefit their child. The title “Co-parenting for Resilience” refers to strategies divorcing parents can use to work together to help their children be “resilient,” or to bounce back from the effects of a divorce and return to a normal life. Additionally, some people may be asked to take this class for issues related to custody, paternity, legal separation, contempt, stepfamily break up, etc. Because the goals of Co-Parenting for Resilience class focus on helping the children, it addresses these situations as well. The Co-parenting for Resilience program uses a combination of lecture, discussion, video, exercises, and example/role-playing to help parents discover new ways to help their children adjust to the divorce. Cost is $35.00 due upon registration. Registration is due the Friday before class.

Time & Location: 12:30PM @ ICTC , HWY 59, Stilwell, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
Outcome:

URL: http://coparenting.okstate.edu/
 March 29, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Pawnee Public Library, 653 Illinois Street, Pawnee, OK map & directions
Contact: Trinity Brown & Dea Rash (918)762-2735/(405)747-8320
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 March 29, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 12:30PM @ Cherokee County Community Building, 908 South College Avenue, Tahlequah, OK map & directions
Contact: Heather Winn 918-456-6163
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 March 29, 2017 - Balanced Living - Sleep
Description: Learn the importance of sleep for a healthy lifestyle, and tips to help you get a better night's sleep.

Time & Location: 11:00AM @ Park Street Senior Nutrition Site , 804 S. Park , Shawnee, OK map & directions
Contact: Sonya McDaniel 405-273-7683
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 29, 2017 - Balanced Living - Sleep
Description: Learn the importance of sleep for a healthy lifestyle, and tips to help you get a better night's sleep.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Red Rock Behavioral Health, 101 W Union, Shawnee, OK map & directions
Contact: Sonya McDaniel 405-273-7683
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 29, 2017 - Balanced Living - Sleep
Description: Learn the importance of sleep for a healthy lifestyle, and tips to help you get a better night's sleep.

Time & Location: 8:00AM @ New Horizons TANF group, 23 E 9th Street, Shawnee, OK map & directions
Contact: Sonya McDaniel 405-273-7683
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 29, 2017 - Simple Relaxation Techniques
Description: Stress may be the reason you can't relax. Come learn how to deal with stress through various relaxation techniques.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Nowata Senior Citizens Center, 238 N. Maple, Nowata, OK map & directions
Contact: Gale A. Mills 918-273-3345
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 29, 2017 - Cooking with Kids
Description: Closed class for Madill After School to teach youth cooking skills

Time & Location: 3:30PM @ OSU Extension Office, 11545 Hwy 70, Madill, OK map & directions
Contact: Sara Randolph 5807953563
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their financial readiness for life events

 March 29, 2017 - Active Parenting: First Five Years
Description: Your child's first few years are so important! Learn how to make the most of them with Active Parenting: First Five Years, a program for parents and other caregivers. Written by parenting expert (and dad) Dr. Michael Popkin, this course will show you how to nurture your child with a "just right" combination of freedom and nonviolent discipline. Millions of parents have achieved success with Active Parenting—and you can, too! Here’s what you’ll learn: What a baby’s cry means, Ages and stages of development, Building a strong bond, Your child’s growing brain, Using mindfulness to keep your cool, Effective discipline young children can understand, Choices and consequences, 6 ways to prepare your child for school success and much more!

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Hughes County OSU Extension, 200 N Broadway, Holdenville, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-379-5470
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 29, 2017 - Active Parenting Now (ages 5-12)
Description: Do you ever wonder if there’s a better way to handle those daily parenting problems? Maybe your son dawdles around whenever it’s time to get dressed for school…your daughter is suddenly using disrespectful language…or the children seem to forget to do their chores and argue every minute of the day. Or maybe you’d like to prepare now for the upcoming teen years. You can become more successful at parenting—the most important job of your life—with Active Parenting Now, the acclaimed video and discussion program by parenting expert Dr. Michael Popkin. In six sessions, you will learn a proven approach to parenting that will lead to more harmony and happiness for you and your children. Since 1983 millions of families have learned the benefits of Active Parenting—now it’s your turn. We’re bringing the acclaimed Active Parenting Now program directly to you! This workshop will show you effective ways to…use non-violent discipline techniques that work, improve communication with your children, teach responsibility and other important values, handle problems as they come up, cope with difficult topics such as drugs, violence, and sex, defuse power struggles with your children, stimulate independence as your child grows older, and encourage your children to be their very best!

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Hughes County OSU Extension, 200 N Broadway, Holdenville, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-379-5470
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 29, 2017 - Active Parenting of Teens (ages 13-18)
Description: The challenge of successfully ushering children through their teen years has always been among parents’ hardestwon achievements. But in today’s society where children seem to become adults overnight, and where they often make decisions about drugs, sexuality, and violence before they understand the consequences, a parent’s job is more important than ever. So how can you ensure that your teens develop the skills and character they need to not only survive but to thrive as they gain independence? You can create harmony and stability in your family while raising your teens to be responsible, courageous and prepared for independent life. Active Parenting of Teens, a video and discussion program by parenting expert Dr. Michael Popkin, will show you how. In six sessions packed with activities, discussion, real-world examples, and feedback, you’ll learn a proven approach to parenting, plus indispensable techniques and insights for overcoming obstacles, that will bring happiness and harmony into your home. You’ll leave each session energized and motivated to make positive and realistic changes in your own family’s daily life. Active Parenting of Teens will give you the guidance and support you need to turn the challenges of raising a teenager into opportunities for growth. You’ll learn: Methods of respectful discipline, Skills for clear, honest communication, Concrete strategies to prevent risky behavior, How to be an encouraging parent, . . . and much more, plus insight into important issues such as teens online, bullying, and depression.

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ Hughes County OSU Extension, 200 N Broadway, Holdenville, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-379-5470
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 29, 2017 - COACH Exercise (Connecting Oder Adults & Community Health)
Description: Exercise for Seniors. A way to get fit and meet new people. There is 30 minutes of exercise and 30 minutes of line dancing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Kellyville City Hall, 410 East Buffalo, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 March 29, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balance
Description: This program is designed to improve older adults' balance, reduce their chances of falling, and help them improve and maintain their mobility, functional independence, and quality of life well into their later years. This is one class in a series of 24. The class lasts for 12 weeks with two classes each week. Please call our office to register for this free class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 March 29, 2017 - Tai Chi
Description: Commonly called Tai Chi or Taiji, is an exercise that employs slow intentional movements, breathing techniques, and a rich array of cognitive tools (e.g. focused body awareness, imagery) to strengthen, relax and integrate the body and mind. Tai Chi is practiced for health, personal development and self-defense. The class introduces students to the fundamental principles of Tai Chi, including relaxed and mindful movement, proper structural alignment, and breath awareness. Students learn a foundational set of qigong (chi kung) exercises as well as the core movements from the Tai Chi short form. Students will also learn advanced principles.

Time & Location: 3:45PM @ Westville School, HWY 65 & Park, Westville, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
Outcome:

 March 29, 2017 - 4-H Image Dress
Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Peavine School, HWY 59, Stilwell, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
Outcome:

 March 29, 2017 - Fitness with Friends
Description: Weekly low Impact exercise class utilizing curriculum from the Arthritis Foundation.

Time & Location: 10:30AM @ McClain County Farm/Home Building, 1721 Hardcastle Blvd, Purcell, OK map & directions
Contact: Mickey Simpson 405-527-2174
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 March 30, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help Their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/seperating couples and those custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ McIntosh County Fairgrounds, 417738 E 1210 Rd, Eufaula, OK map & directions
Contact: Melanie Taylor 918-689-7772
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 March 30, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Pre-registration required - $30

Time & Location: 1:30PM @ Jay Community Center, 429 S 9th St., Jay, OK map & directions
Contact: Amy OBryan 918-253-4332
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: Oklahoma
 March 30, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience Class
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help Their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/seperating couples and those custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ Blaine County Fairgrounds, 714 Newer, Watonga, OK map & directions
Contact: Joy Rhodes 580-623-5195
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 March 30, 2017 - Pathway to Success
Description: Pathways to Success is class that is for people to learn how to become successful in a career.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Bristow Housing Authority, 1110 S. Chestnut, Bristow, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their job readiness skills for better employment opportunities and economic development

 March 30, 2017 - Do It Yourself Home Interior Projects
Description: Learn simple steps to refinishing, reupholster, and revive your home with simple and inexpensive fixes.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Watonga Public Library, 301 Prouty St, Watonga, Watonga, OK , OK map & directions
Contact: Cynthia Klumpp 405-282-3331
Outcome:

 March 30, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balnace
Description: This is a group fall prevention program that uses a unique combination of eight single forms that are derived from the traditional 24 form Yang-style Tai chi. All forms are arranged in a sequence that progresses from easy to more difficult and can be practiced separately or together.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Mooreland Methodist Church, 302 S. Elm, Mooreland, OK map & directions
Contact: Rhonda DeVor 580-254-3391
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 March 30, 2017 - Arthritis Land Exercise Program
Time & Location: 9:15AM @ Seiling Senior Center, 104 E. 3rd, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)238-5351
Outcome:

 March 30, 2017 - Character Critters
Time & Location: 10:15AM @ Private, Day Care, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)238-5351
Outcome:

 March 31, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Choctaw County Extension Office, 415 E Rena, Hugo, OK map & directions
Contact: Lauren Wren 580-326-3359
Outcome: Oklahoma children and youth will reduce their likelihood to engage in high-risk behaviors which lead to negative life outcomes

 March 31, 2017 - SW District OHCE Meeting
Description: District OHCE Meeting in Lawton

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ First Baptist Church, 501 SW B Ave, Lawton, OK map & directions
Contact: Cheryl Lively 580-782-5502
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 March 31, 2017 - SW District OHCE Meeting
Description: District OHCE Meeting in Lawton

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ First Baptist Church, 501 SW B Ave, Lawton, OK map & directions
Contact: Cheryl Lively 580-782-5502
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 March 31, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balance
Description: This program is designed to improve older adults' balance, reduce their chances of falling, and help them improve and maintain their mobility, functional independence, and quality of life well into their later years. This is one class in a series of 24. The class lasts for 12 weeks with two classes each week. Please call our office to register for this free class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 April 1, 2017 - Bake Show and Food Showdown
Description: OHCE, Open Sr., Open Jr, and 4-H youth categories of baked goods will be entered at the Logan County Bake Show. Teams of 3-4 4-H members will also participate in the annual Food Showdown where participants create a dish for a set of judges. Teams will compete as Junior (9-12), Intermediate (13-14) or Senior (15 and over) to create a dish using secret ingredients and foods from the pantry.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Logan County Education Building, 215 Fairgounds Road, Guthrie, OK map & directions
Contact: Cynthia Klumpp 405-282-3331
Outcome:

 April 3, 2017 - Show Me the $$- Employability Skills Workshops
Description: The Lawton Ft. Sill Chamber of Commerce- Education Action Group through the Employability Skills subcommittee has developed a series of workshops for the Lawton Public School Internship Class. These workshops will provide skills and tools necessary to meet requirements as future members of the workforce.

Time & Location: 1:30PM @ Cameron University, Ole Kim Room, Lawton , OK map & directions
Contact: Lynn Null 580-355-1176
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their job readiness skills for better employment opportunities and economic development

 April 3, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Pre-registration required - $30 fee

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ The Broadway Center, 212 N Broadway, Sayre, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy McFarlin 580-928-2139
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 April 3, 2017 - OrganWise Guys
Description: OrganWise Guys Indian Camp in Pawhuska

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Indian Camp Elementary, 2005 E Boundary Ave, Pawhuska, OK map & directions
Contact: Donna Robbins 918-287-4170
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 April 3, 2017 - Active Parenting: First Five Years
Description: Your child's first few years are so important! Learn how to make the most of them with Active Parenting: First Five Years, a program for parents and other caregivers. Written by parenting expert (and dad) Dr. Michael Popkin, this course will show you how to nurture your child with a "just right" combination of freedom and nonviolent discipline. Millions of parents have achieved success with Active Parenting—and you can, too! Here’s what you’ll learn: What a baby’s cry means, Ages and stages of development, Building a strong bond, Your child’s growing brain, Using mindfulness to keep your cool, Effective discipline young children can understand, Choices and consequences, 6 ways to prepare your child for school success and much more!

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Seminole County OSU Extension, 12827 NS 3650, Wewoka, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-257-5433
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 3, 2017 - Active Parenting Now (ages 5-12)
Description: Do you ever wonder if there’s a better way to handle those daily parenting problems? Maybe your son dawdles around whenever it’s time to get dressed for school…your daughter is suddenly using disrespectful language…or the children seem to forget to do their chores and argue every minute of the day. Or maybe you’d like to prepare now for the upcoming teen years. You can become more successful at parenting—the most important job of your life—with Active Parenting Now, the acclaimed video and discussion program by parenting expert Dr. Michael Popkin. In six sessions, you will learn a proven approach to parenting that will lead to more harmony and happiness for you and your children. Since 1983 millions of families have learned the benefits of Active Parenting—now it’s your turn. We’re bringing the acclaimed Active Parenting Now program directly to you! This workshop will show you effective ways to…use non-violent discipline techniques that work, improve communication with your children, teach responsibility and other important values, handle problems as they come up, cope with difficult topics such as drugs, violence, and sex, defuse power struggles with your children, stimulate independence as your child grows older, and encourage your children to be their very best!

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Seminole County OSU Extension, 12827 NS 3650, Wewoka, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-257-5433
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 3, 2017 - Active Parenting of Teens (ages 13-18)
Description: The challenge of successfully ushering children through their teen years has always been among parents’ hardestwon achievements. But in today’s society where children seem to become adults overnight, and where they often make decisions about drugs, sexuality, and violence before they understand the consequences, a parent’s job is more important than ever. So how can you ensure that your teens develop the skills and character they need to not only survive but to thrive as they gain independence? You can create harmony and stability in your family while raising your teens to be responsible, courageous and prepared for independent life. Active Parenting of Teens, a video and discussion program by parenting expert Dr. Michael Popkin, will show you how. In six sessions packed with activities, discussion, real-world examples, and feedback, you’ll learn a proven approach to parenting, plus indispensable techniques and insights for overcoming obstacles, that will bring happiness and harmony into your home. You’ll leave each session energized and motivated to make positive and realistic changes in your own family’s daily life. Active Parenting of Teens will give you the guidance and support you need to turn the challenges of raising a teenager into opportunities for growth. You’ll learn: Methods of respectful discipline, Skills for clear, honest communication, Concrete strategies to prevent risky behavior, How to be an encouraging parent, . . . and much more, plus insight into important issues such as teens online, bullying, and depression.

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ Seminole County OSU Extension, 12827 NS 3650, Wewoka, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-257-5433
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 3, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Kingfisher City Park (Golf Course), 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

URL: Oklahoma
 April 3, 2017 - Tai Chi: Moving For Better Balance
Description: The movements of the Chinese martial art Tai Chi can help seniors reduce the risk of falling, increase balance, and increase flexibility.This twelve-week class teaches participants ways to improve their overall mind, body,and spirit through a series of slow continuous movements. It does not matter how strong, flexible, or active you are as Tai Chi is designed for people at all levels of health.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ OSU Conference Center, 2500 N.E. 63rd St., Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Amanda Ford 4057131125
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/fcs-workshops
 April 4, 2017 - Quick Breakfast Ideas at the Library
Description: Nutrition and Exercise class on ways to stay healthy with breakfast and simple Yoga movements. Please Pre-Register at the Pioneer Library.

Time & Location: 8:30AM @ Beaver Co Pioneer Library, 201 Douglas Ave, Beaver, OK map & directions
Contact: Elizabeth Gardner-McBee 580-625-3464
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 April 4, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children
Description: . Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 12:00PM @ Pittsburg County OSU Extension Office, 707 West Electric, McAlester, OK map & directions
Contact: Rachel Lockwood 918-423-4120
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/pittsburg/family-and-consumer-sciences/co-parenting-for-resilience
 April 4, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help Their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. $30.00 pre-registration required.

Time & Location: 12:30PM @ OSU-OKC Student Center Room 304, 900 N. Portland, Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Lisa Hamblin (405)713-1125
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/co-parenting-for-resilience
 April 4, 2017 - ServSafe
Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Pontotoc Technology Center, 601 West 33rd Street, Ada, OK map & directions
Contact: Janna Kelley 580-332-2153
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 April 4, 2017 - PRIDE
Time & Location: 3:00PM @ Pontotoc Technology Center, 601 West 33rd Street, Ada, OK map & directions
Contact: Janna Kelley 58-332-2153
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their job readiness skills for better employment opportunities and economic development

 April 4, 2017 - 4-H Cloverbud regular meeting
Description: 4-H Cloverbuds will meet for their regular monthly meeting. A variety of topics will be addressed at each meeting.

Time & Location: 3:00PM @ Blaine County Fairgrounds, 714 Newer, Watonga, OK map & directions
Contact: Joy Rhodes 580-623-5195
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 4, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balnace
Description: This is a group fall prevention program that uses a unique combination of eight single forms that are derived from the traditional 24 form Yang-style Tai chi. All forms are arranged in a sequence that progresses from easy to more difficult and can be practiced separately or together.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Mooreland Methodist Church, 302 S. Elm, Mooreland, OK map & directions
Contact: Rhonda DeVor 580-254-3391
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 April 4, 2017 - Arthritis Exercise Program
Time & Location: 9:15AM @ Senior Citizen Center, 104 E. 3rd, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)238-5351
Outcome:

 April 4, 2017 - Checks and Balances
Description: Must pre-register by March 30, 2017

Time & Location: 5:00PM @ Extension Office, Fairgrounds, Taloga, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)328-5351
Outcome:

 April 5, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience Program
Description: The Co-parenting for Resilience program uses a combination of lecture, discussion, video, exercises, and example/role-playing to help parents discover new ways to help their children adjust to the divorce.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Osage County Interlocal Cooperative, 207 E Main, Hominy, OK map & directions
Contact: Donna Robbins 918-287-4170
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 April 5, 2017 - Cultural Enrichment Lesson
Description: Public is welcome to attend: OHCE Executive Meeting Wednesday, Apirl 1, 10:00 am Leaders Lesson: Cultural Enrichment Presenter: Pat Accountius ,Calera OHCE County meets the first Wednesday of each month at the Clay Jones Community Center, Durant.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Clay Jones Com. Center, 1901 South 9th Ave., County Fairgrounds, Durant, OK map & directions
Contact: Tommie J. James 580-924-5312
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 April 5, 2017 - Canton 4-H meeting
Description: Monthly 4-H meeting for the Canton 4-H members, variety of lessons will be taught

Time & Location: 3:00PM @ Canton Elementary School, 300 main, Canton, OK map & directions
Contact: Joy Rhodes 580-623-5195
Outcome: Oklahoma children and youth will reduce their likelihood to engage in high-risk behaviors which lead to negative life outcomes

 April 5, 2017 - COACH Exercise (Connecting Oder Adults & Community Health)
Description: Exercise for Seniors. A way to get fit and meet new people. There is 30 minutes of exercise and 30 minutes of line dancing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Kellyville City Hall, 410 East Buffalo, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 April 5, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balance
Description: This program is designed to improve older adults' balance, reduce their chances of falling, and help them improve and maintain their mobility, functional independence, and quality of life well into their later years. This is one class in a series of 24. The class lasts for 12 weeks with two classes each week. Please call our office to register for this free class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 April 5, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Kingfisher City Park (Golf Course), 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 April 5, 2017 - Beginning Crocheting
Time & Location: 3:30PM @ Library, Main Street, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)328-5351
Outcome:

 April 5, 2017 - Fitness with Friends
Description: Weekly low Impact exercise class utilizing curriculum from the Arthritis Foundation.

Time & Location: 10:30AM @ McClain County Farm/Home Building, 1721 Hardcastle Blvd, Purcell, OK map & directions
Contact: Mickey Simpson 405-527-2174
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 April 6, 2017 - Munchies at the Market
Description: Nutrition education and food demonstrations held at the Community Market of Pottawatomie County. Nutrition topics vary by month. Each class will cover a nutrition topic, food safety, cooking technique and recipes. $10.00 donation at the door to cover food cost and support the Food Resource Center. RSVP to the Extension Office by 12:00 the day before scheduled class.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Community Market of Pottawatomie County - FRC, 120 S Center, Shawnee, OK map & directions
Contact: Sonya McDaniel 405-273-7683
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 April 6, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Cost is $35. All registrations must be paid and turned in to the Extension office at least 3 business days prior to the class.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Garfield County OSU Extension Center, 316 East Oxford Ave., Enid, OK map & directions
Contact: Lesa K Rauh 580-237-1228
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 April 6, 2017 - Ag in the Classroom
Description: Ag in the Classroom lesson is taught for children ages 5 to 8 featuring a Oklahoma grown food. Lessons teach youth about agriculture, gardening, nutrition. Child learn food preparation skills by making a healthy snack. This program is provided for the Library Afterschool Reading Program. Pre-registration is required by call the library at 924-3486. To request this program for your classroom, contact Tommie M. James, FCS Extension Educator at 924-5312.

Time & Location: 3:30PM @ Donald W. Reynolds Library, 1515 West Main, Durant, OK map & directions
Contact: Tommie M. James 580-924-5213
Outcome: Fewer Oklahomans will experience hunger

 April 6, 2017 - Journey Through Health
Description: An Education on different parts of the body as we age. We take a journey and learn about what we should do to keep our bodies in check through our golden years

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Bethel Manor Senior Housing Divison, 619 Division Street, Sapulpa, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 April 6, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balnace
Description: This is a group fall prevention program that uses a unique combination of eight single forms that are derived from the traditional 24 form Yang-style Tai chi. All forms are arranged in a sequence that progresses from easy to more difficult and can be practiced separately or together.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Mooreland Methodist Church, 302 S. Elm, Mooreland, OK map & directions
Contact: Rhonda DeVor 580-254-3391
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 April 6, 2017 - Arthritis Exercise Program
Time & Location: 9:15AM @ Senior Citizen Center, 104 E. 3rd, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)238-5351
Outcome:

 April 6, 2017 - Character Critters
Time & Location: 10:15AM @ Private, Day Care, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)328-5351
Outcome:

 April 6, 2017 - Healthy Homes
Description: Is your home making you sick?

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ North Canadian, Community Center, Camargo, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)328-5351
Outcome:

 April 6, 2017 - Beginning Crocheting
Time & Location: 3:30PM @ Library, Main Street, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)328-5351
Outcome:

 April 6, 2017 - Tai Chi
Description: Commonly called Tai Chi or Taiji, is an exercise that employs slow intentional movements, breathing techniques, and a rich array of cognitive tools (e.g. focused body awareness, imagery) to strengthen, relax and integrate the body and mind. Tai Chi is practiced for health, personal development and self-defense. The class introduces students to the fundamental principles of Tai Chi, including relaxed and mindful movement, proper structural alignment, and breath awareness. Students learn a foundational set of qigong (chi kung) exercises as well as the core movements from the Tai Chi short form. Students will also learn advanced principles.

Time & Location: 3:45PM @ Westville School, HWY 65 & Park, Westville, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
Outcome:

 April 6, 2017 - Emergency Preparedness
Description: Do you know what your family would do if you were faced with a disaster tomorrow? If not, this class may be a good starting point. We will explore the types of disasters we are afflicted with here in Oklahoma and what we can do to prepare ourselves for the worst.

Time & Location: 6:30PM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 April 7, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Pre-registration required - $30

Time & Location: 8:30AM @ Washita Co. OSU Extension Center, 125 W. Main, Cordell, OK map & directions
Contact: Kristy Spalding 580-832-3356
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 7, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balance
Description: This program is designed to improve older adults' balance, reduce their chances of falling, and help them improve and maintain their mobility, functional independence, and quality of life well into their later years. This is one class in a series of 24. The class lasts for 12 weeks with two classes each week. Please call our office to register for this free class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 April 7, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Kingfisher City Park (Golf Course), 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 April 7, 2017 - Healthy Homes
Description: Is your home making you sick?

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ Home Betterment, OHCE, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)328-5351
Outcome:

 April 7, 2017 - Pathways to Success
Description: An inclusive program to equip participants with knowledge for better success in life

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ CASC, 1601 S Opdyke St, Sallisaw, OK map & directions
Contact: April Cole 9187754838
Outcome:

 April 8, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Oklahoma State University - Center for Family Services, 101 Human Sciences West, STILLWATER, OK map & directions
Contact: Center for Family Services 405-744-5058
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 8, 2017 - Co-Parenting in Spanish - Crianza Compartida (Clase para padres divorciandose)
Description: Crianza Compartida es la clase requerida por la corte de Oklahoma para padres quienes se estan divorciando y quienes tienen hijos menores de edad.

Time & Location: 12:30PM @ OSU - OKC (Business Technology Building #305), 900 North Portland Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Oklahoma County Extension (405) 713-1125
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: http://coparenting.okstate.edu/
 April 8, 2017 - Barn Quilt Class
Description: Barn Quilt class in Hominy OK Pre Registration is required.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Hominy, 4th and Pettit, Hominy, OK map & directions
Contact: Donna Robbins 918-287-4170
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 April 10, 2017 - Check and Balance
Description: Join us to learn about budgeting basics, and how to prepare your family for financial changes and stresses.

Time & Location: 5:30PM @ OSU Extension Office, 11545 Hwy 70, Madill, OK map & directions
Contact: Sara Randolph 5807953563
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their financial readiness for life events

 April 10, 2017 - Active Parenting: First Five Years
Description: Your child's first few years are so important! Learn how to make the most of them with Active Parenting: First Five Years, a program for parents and other caregivers. Written by parenting expert (and dad) Dr. Michael Popkin, this course will show you how to nurture your child with a "just right" combination of freedom and nonviolent discipline. Millions of parents have achieved success with Active Parenting—and you can, too! Here’s what you’ll learn: What a baby’s cry means, Ages and stages of development, Building a strong bond, Your child’s growing brain, Using mindfulness to keep your cool, Effective discipline young children can understand, Choices and consequences, 6 ways to prepare your child for school success and much more!

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Seminole County OSU Extension, 12827 NS 3650, Wewoka, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-257-5433
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 10, 2017 - Active Parenting Now (ages 5-12)
Description: Do you ever wonder if there’s a better way to handle those daily parenting problems? Maybe your son dawdles around whenever it’s time to get dressed for school…your daughter is suddenly using disrespectful language…or the children seem to forget to do their chores and argue every minute of the day. Or maybe you’d like to prepare now for the upcoming teen years. You can become more successful at parenting—the most important job of your life—with Active Parenting Now, the acclaimed video and discussion program by parenting expert Dr. Michael Popkin. In six sessions, you will learn a proven approach to parenting that will lead to more harmony and happiness for you and your children. Since 1983 millions of families have learned the benefits of Active Parenting—now it’s your turn. We’re bringing the acclaimed Active Parenting Now program directly to you! This workshop will show you effective ways to…use non-violent discipline techniques that work, improve communication with your children, teach responsibility and other important values, handle problems as they come up, cope with difficult topics such as drugs, violence, and sex, defuse power struggles with your children, stimulate independence as your child grows older, and encourage your children to be their very best!

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Seminole County OSU Extension, 12827 NS 3650, Wewoka, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-257-5433
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 10, 2017 - Active Parenting of Teens (ages 13-18)
Description: The challenge of successfully ushering children through their teen years has always been among parents’ hardestwon achievements. But in today’s society where children seem to become adults overnight, and where they often make decisions about drugs, sexuality, and violence before they understand the consequences, a parent’s job is more important than ever. So how can you ensure that your teens develop the skills and character they need to not only survive but to thrive as they gain independence? You can create harmony and stability in your family while raising your teens to be responsible, courageous and prepared for independent life. Active Parenting of Teens, a video and discussion program by parenting expert Dr. Michael Popkin, will show you how. In six sessions packed with activities, discussion, real-world examples, and feedback, you’ll learn a proven approach to parenting, plus indispensable techniques and insights for overcoming obstacles, that will bring happiness and harmony into your home. You’ll leave each session energized and motivated to make positive and realistic changes in your own family’s daily life. Active Parenting of Teens will give you the guidance and support you need to turn the challenges of raising a teenager into opportunities for growth. You’ll learn: Methods of respectful discipline, Skills for clear, honest communication, Concrete strategies to prevent risky behavior, How to be an encouraging parent, . . . and much more, plus insight into important issues such as teens online, bullying, and depression.

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ Seminole County OSU Extension, 12827 NS 3650, Wewoka, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-257-5433
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 10, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balance
Description: This program is designed to improve older adults' balance, reduce their chances of falling, and help them improve and maintain their mobility, functional independence, and quality of life well into their later years. This is one class in a series of 24. The class lasts for 12 weeks with two classes each week. Please call our office to register for this free class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 April 10, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Kingfisher City Park (Golf Course), 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 April 10, 2017 - Tai Chi: Moving For Better Balance
Description: The movements of the Chinese martial art Tai Chi can help seniors reduce the risk of falling, increase balance, and increase flexibility.This twelve-week class teaches participants ways to improve their overall mind, body,and spirit through a series of slow continuous movements. It does not matter how strong, flexible, or active you are as Tai Chi is designed for people at all levels of health.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ OSU Conference Center, 2500 N.E. 63rd St., Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Amanda Ford 4057131125
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/fcs-workshops
 April 10, 2017 - Character Critters
Time & Location: 3:30PM @ Library, Main Street, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)238-5351
Outcome:

 April 10, 2017 - Yoga four Kids
Time & Location: 3:30PM @ Library, Main Street, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)328-5351
Outcome:

 April 11, 2017 - Co Parenting for Resilience
Description: Class designed for divorcing parents or those modifying arrangements.

Time & Location: 6:00PM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 April 11, 2017 - Quick Breakfast Ideas at the Library
Description: Nutrition and Exercise class on ways to stay healthy with breakfast and simple Yoga movements. Please Pre-Register at the Pioneer Library.

Time & Location: 8:30AM @ Beaver Co Pioneer Library, 201 Douglas Ave, Beaver, OK map & directions
Contact: Elizabeth Gardner-McBee 580-625-3464
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 April 11, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help Their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/seperating couples and those custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 5:00PM @ Weatherford City Hall- Wilkinson Room, 522 W. Rainey, Weatherford, OK map & directions
Contact: Radonna Sawatzky 5830-323-2291
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 11, 2017 - Co-parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children, Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyles and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 8:15AM @ Mayes County Extension (fairgrounds), 2200 NE 1st street, Pryor, Oklahoma 74362, OK map & directions
Contact: Janis Risley 918-825-3241
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

URL: http://coparenting.okstate.edu
 April 11, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resislence
Description: Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help Their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/seperating couples and those custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. $ 30 Fee Pre- registration required.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Greer Co. OSU Extension Office, 108 S. Pennsylvania, Mangum, OK map & directions
Contact: Cheryl Lively 580-782-5502
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 11, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Reslience
Description: A Court Mandated Class that educates divorce couples on how to parent during and after a divorce.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Creek County Extension Office, 17806 W HWY 66, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 11, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balance
Description: This program is designed to improve older adults' balance, reduce their chances of falling, and help them improve and maintain their mobility, functional independence, and quality of life well into their later years. This is one class in a series of 24. The class lasts for 12 weeks with two classes each week. Please call our office to register for this free class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 April 11, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balnace
Description: This is a group fall prevention program that uses a unique combination of eight single forms that are derived from the traditional 24 form Yang-style Tai chi. All forms are arranged in a sequence that progresses from easy to more difficult and can be practiced separately or together.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Mooreland Methodist Church, 302 S. Elm, Mooreland, OK map & directions
Contact: Rhonda DeVor 580-254-3391
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 April 11, 2017 - Arthritis Exercise Program
Time & Location: 9:15AM @ Senior Citizen Center, 104 E. 3rd, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)238-5351
Outcome:

 April 11, 2017 - Impressive Dress
Description: Dress for Success

Time & Location: 5:30PM @ County, Fairgrounds, Taloga, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)328-5351
Outcome:

 April 12, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Pre-registration required - $30 fee.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Great Plains Technology Center , 4500 SW Lee Blvd, Lawton, OK map & directions
Contact: Lynn Null 580-355-1176
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 12, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck Street, Stillwater, OK map & directions
Contact: Dea Rash & Trinity Brown (405)747-8320/(918)762-2735
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

URL: http://coparenting.okstate.edu
 April 12, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Education for parents who have children and will be experiencing separation and/or divorce and those who may be seeking, custody, visitation or paternity of minor children. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class will also help parents to understand the need for co-parenting and how it affects their children. The last day to register is the Friday before the class. $30.00 registration fee must be paid with registration. Pre-registration is REQUIRED.

Time & Location: 1:30PM @ Carter County OSU Extension Office, 107 First Ave SW, Courthouse Annex #1, Ardmore, OK map & directions
Contact: Danielle Wells 580-223-6570
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 April 12, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Education for parents who have children and will be experiencing separation and/or divorce and those who may be seeking, custody, visitation or paternity of minor children. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class will also help parents to understand the need for co-parenting and how it affects their children. The last day to register is the Friday before the class. $30.00 registration fee must be paid with registration. Pre-registration is REQUIRED.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Carter County OSU Extension Office, 107 First Ave SW, Courthouse Annex #1, Ardmore, OK map & directions
Contact: Danielle Wells 580-223-6570
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 April 12, 2017 - Washita County 4-H Speech Contest
Time & Location: 4:00PM @ Canute Grade School, Canute Public Schools, Canute, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Church, Kristy Spalding 580-832-3356
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 12, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. $30 registration fee must be paid with registration. Pre-registration is REQUIRED, PO Box 519 El Reno OK 73036.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Mabel C Fry Library, 1200 Lakeshore Drive, Yukon, OK map & directions
Contact: Canadian County Extension 405-262-0155
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 April 12, 2017 - Growing Strong Bodies and Minds
Description: Early Childhood Nutrition Education Program. Classroom activities to teach basic food groups and nutrition.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Central Tribes Head Start, 1525 N McKinley, Shawnee, OK map & directions
Contact: Sonya McDaniel 405-273-7683
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 April 12, 2017 - Growing Strong Bodies and Minds
Description: Early Childhood Nutrition Education Program. Classroom activities to teach basic food groups and nutrition.

Time & Location: 1:30PM @ Pleasant Grove Schools, 1927 E Walnut, Shawnee, OK map & directions
Contact: Sonya McDaniel 405-273-7683
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 April 12, 2017 - Health Benefits of Fruits and Vegetables
Description: Greer/Jackson County OHCE Leader Lesson

Time & Location: 11:30AM @ How to-Palace, N. Main, Altus, OK map & directions
Contact: Cheryl Lively 580-782-5502
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 April 12, 2017 - Health Benefits of Fruits and Vegetables
Description: Greer/Jackson County OHCE Leader Lesson

Time & Location: 11:30AM @ How to-Palace, N. Main, Altus, OK map & directions
Contact: Cheryl Lively 580-782-5502
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 April 12, 2017 - Parenting Classes
Description: Parenting Classes to be held are: 9:00 am to 12:00 noon Active Parenting 1, 2, 3, 4 Parents!, parenting toddlers ages 1-4, the three sessions covers basic developmental stages from ages 1 to 4, methods of bonding, encouragement skills, discipline skills, and more… 1:00 to 4:00 pm Successful Parenting, parenting children ages 5-12 The three sessions covers self-esteem, communication, and discipline. Pre-registration is required by contacting the Bryan County OSU Extension Office at 924-5312 The deadline to sign-up for the parenting classes is set for the Monday before each scheduled parenting class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Clay Jones Community Center, County Fairgrounds, 1901 S. 9th Ave., Durant, OK map & directions
Contact: Tommie M. James 580-924-5312
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 12, 2017 - Co-Parenting
Description: Co-Parenting For Resilience is about a four hour workshop that teaches parents how to help their children adjust to their changing family structures. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Cost of the class is $30. If not received three business days prior to class date, cost is $40. You will receive certificate of completion instantly after you complete class. Non-refundable. Payable by money order, check or cash. Make checks payable to OSU Extension. Do not mail cash. Unable to accept credit/debit cards.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Hughes County OSU Extension, 200 N Broadway, Holdenville, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-379-5470
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 April 12, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience:Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. They will be learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Okmulgee OSU Extension Center, 1901 N. Oklahoma, Okmulgee, OK map & directions
Contact: Melody Ennis 918-756-1958
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 12, 2017 - Bridging the Gap of OHCE Members
Description: OHCE members would like to host monthly activities with their Educator. These activities are to invite potential new members and for the established members to get more acquainted.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Creek County Extension Office, 17806 W HWY 66, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 April 12, 2017 - COACH Exercise (Connecting Oder Adults & Community Health)
Description: Exercise for Seniors. A way to get fit and meet new people. There is 30 minutes of exercise and 30 minutes of line dancing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Kellyville City Hall, 410 East Buffalo, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 April 12, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Kingfisher City Park (Golf Course), 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 April 12, 2017 - Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program
Description: Participants who struggle with arthritis will gain strength and mobility by taking these once a month exercise classes. Participants will learn exercises to continue doing on their own each month. The program meets every 2nd Wednesday.

Time & Location: 3:00PM @ Kingfisher County Fairgrounds Exhibit Building, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

URL: Oklahoma
 April 12, 2017 - Basic Home Canning Workshop
Description: Join Oklahoma County OSU Extension for a basic home canning workshop. In this hands on workshop participants will learn how to safely us a pressure canner to preserve low acid fruits, vegetables, and meats. Cost of attendance is $25 each and you must pre-register by April 7th. Class size is limited to 14 so don't wait to get signed up! Call the office for more information, 405-713-1125.

Time & Location: 9:30AM @ OSU Conference Center, 2500 N.E. 63rd St., Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Amanda Ford 4057131125
Outcome: Fewer Oklahomans will experience hunger

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/fcs-workshops
 April 12, 2017 - Teen leadership training
Time & Location: 5:00PM @ Seiling, 4-H meeting, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)328-5351
Outcome:

 April 12, 2017 - Tai Chi
Description: Commonly called Tai Chi or Taiji, is an exercise that employs slow intentional movements, breathing techniques, and a rich array of cognitive tools (e.g. focused body awareness, imagery) to strengthen, relax and integrate the body and mind. Tai Chi is practiced for health, personal development and self-defense. The class introduces students to the fundamental principles of Tai Chi, including relaxed and mindful movement, proper structural alignment, and breath awareness. Students learn a foundational set of qigong (chi kung) exercises as well as the core movements from the Tai Chi short form. Students will also learn advanced principles.

Time & Location: 3:45PM @ Westville School, HWY 65 & Park, Westville, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
Outcome:

 April 12, 2017 - Fitness with Friends
Description: Weekly low Impact exercise class utilizing curriculum from the Arthritis Foundation.

Time & Location: 10:30AM @ McClain County Farm/Home Building, 1721 Hardcastle Blvd, Purcell, OK map & directions
Contact: Mickey Simpson 405-527-2174
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 April 13, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Cost $30.00 per person. Must register by April 11, 2017.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Grady County Extension office, 828 W Choctaw, Chickasha, OK map & directions
Contact: Susan Routh 4052242216
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 13, 2017 - OHCE Leader Lesson
Description: OHCE members Leader Lesson

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Creek County Extension Office, 17806 W HWY 66, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 April 13, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balnace
Description: This is a group fall prevention program that uses a unique combination of eight single forms that are derived from the traditional 24 form Yang-style Tai chi. All forms are arranged in a sequence that progresses from easy to more difficult and can be practiced separately or together.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Mooreland Methodist Church, 302 S. Elm, Mooreland, OK map & directions
Contact: Rhonda DeVor 580-254-3391
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 April 13, 2017 - Arthritis Exercise Program
Time & Location: 9:15AM @ Senior Citizen Center, 104 E. 3rd, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)238-5351
Outcome:

 April 13, 2017 - Character Critters
Time & Location: 10:15AM @ Private, Day Care, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)328-5351
Outcome:

 April 13, 2017 - Show me the money
Description: OHCE leaders lesson

Time & Location: 5:00PM @ library, main street, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)328-5351
Outcome:

 April 13, 2017 - OHCE Meeting
Description: Oklahoma Home and Community Education monthly meeting

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Fairgrounds, 464101 E. 1070 RD, Sallisaw, OK map & directions
Contact: April Cole 9187754838
Outcome:

 April 14, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Kingfisher City Park (Golf Course), 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 April 17, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ McCurtain County Extension Office, 108-B N. Central Ave. , Idabel, OK map & directions
Contact: Lauren Wren 580-286-7558
Outcome: Oklahoma children and youth will reduce their likelihood to engage in high-risk behaviors which lead to negative life outcomes

 April 17, 2017 - Co-parenting through resilience
Description: This class is for parents who are divorcing with minor children ages 18 and younger and is required by every court system in the state of Oklahoma. Parents will discover effective strategies that promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. Fee is $30.00 per person and can be paid in cash at the extension office or with a cashier's check or money order. No personal checks. Registration and the pre course survey are due the Washington County office on Thursday before the class the following Monday.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Community Room - Washington County Health Department, 5121 Jacquelyn Lane, Bartlesville, OK map & directions
Contact: Gale A. Mills 918-534-2216
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 April 17, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: The Co-Parenting for Resilience program is a four hour class that is based on current research. It uses a combination of lecture, discussion, video, activities and examples to help parents discover effective strategies that promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. The class addresses topics as required by Oklahoma law and the court system.

Time & Location: 5:00PM @ Okfuskee County OSU Extension Center Conference Room, 1201 E. Columbia, Suite A, Okemah, OK map & directions
Contact: Jan Maples 918-623-0641
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 17, 2017 - Active Parenting: First Five Years
Description: Your child's first few years are so important! Learn how to make the most of them with Active Parenting: First Five Years, a program for parents and other caregivers. Written by parenting expert (and dad) Dr. Michael Popkin, this course will show you how to nurture your child with a "just right" combination of freedom and nonviolent discipline. Millions of parents have achieved success with Active Parenting—and you can, too! Here’s what you’ll learn: What a baby’s cry means, Ages and stages of development, Building a strong bond, Your child’s growing brain, Using mindfulness to keep your cool, Effective discipline young children can understand, Choices and consequences, 6 ways to prepare your child for school success and much more!

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Seminole County OSU Extension, 12827 NS 3650, Wewoka, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-257-5433
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 17, 2017 - Active Parenting: First Five Years
Description: Your child's first few years are so important! Learn how to make the most of them with Active Parenting: First Five Years, a program for parents and other caregivers. Written by parenting expert (and dad) Dr. Michael Popkin, this course will show you how to nurture your child with a "just right" combination of freedom and nonviolent discipline. Millions of parents have achieved success with Active Parenting—and you can, too! Here’s what you’ll learn: What a baby’s cry means, Ages and stages of development, Building a strong bond, Your child’s growing brain, Using mindfulness to keep your cool, Effective discipline young children can understand, Choices and consequences, 6 ways to prepare your child for school success and much more!

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Seminole County OSU Extension, 12827 NS 3650, Wewoka, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-257-5433
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 17, 2017 - Active Parenting Now (ages 5-12)
Description: Do you ever wonder if there’s a better way to handle those daily parenting problems? Maybe your son dawdles around whenever it’s time to get dressed for school…your daughter is suddenly using disrespectful language…or the children seem to forget to do their chores and argue every minute of the day. Or maybe you’d like to prepare now for the upcoming teen years. You can become more successful at parenting—the most important job of your life—with Active Parenting Now, the acclaimed video and discussion program by parenting expert Dr. Michael Popkin. In six sessions, you will learn a proven approach to parenting that will lead to more harmony and happiness for you and your children. Since 1983 millions of families have learned the benefits of Active Parenting—now it’s your turn. We’re bringing the acclaimed Active Parenting Now program directly to you! This workshop will show you effective ways to…use non-violent discipline techniques that work, improve communication with your children, teach responsibility and other important values, handle problems as they come up, cope with difficult topics such as drugs, violence, and sex, defuse power struggles with your children, stimulate independence as your child grows older, and encourage your children to be their very best!

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Seminole County OSU Extension, 12827 NS 3650, Wewoka, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-257-5433
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 17, 2017 - Active Parenting of Teens (ages 13-18)
Description: The challenge of successfully ushering children through their teen years has always been among parents’ hardestwon achievements. But in today’s society where children seem to become adults overnight, and where they often make decisions about drugs, sexuality, and violence before they understand the consequences, a parent’s job is more important than ever. So how can you ensure that your teens develop the skills and character they need to not only survive but to thrive as they gain independence? You can create harmony and stability in your family while raising your teens to be responsible, courageous and prepared for independent life. Active Parenting of Teens, a video and discussion program by parenting expert Dr. Michael Popkin, will show you how. In six sessions packed with activities, discussion, real-world examples, and feedback, you’ll learn a proven approach to parenting, plus indispensable techniques and insights for overcoming obstacles, that will bring happiness and harmony into your home. You’ll leave each session energized and motivated to make positive and realistic changes in your own family’s daily life. Active Parenting of Teens will give you the guidance and support you need to turn the challenges of raising a teenager into opportunities for growth. You’ll learn: Methods of respectful discipline, Skills for clear, honest communication, Concrete strategies to prevent risky behavior, How to be an encouraging parent, . . . and much more, plus insight into important issues such as teens online, bullying, and depression.

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ Seminole County OSU Extension, 12827 NS 3650, Wewoka, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-257-5433
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 17, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balance
Description: This program is designed to improve older adults' balance, reduce their chances of falling, and help them improve and maintain their mobility, functional independence, and quality of life well into their later years. This is one class in a series of 24. The class lasts for 12 weeks with two classes each week. Please call our office to register for this free class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 April 17, 2017 - Tai Chi: Moving For Better Balance
Description: The movements of the Chinese martial art Tai Chi can help seniors reduce the risk of falling, increase balance, and increase flexibility.This twelve-week class teaches participants ways to improve their overall mind, body,and spirit through a series of slow continuous movements. It does not matter how strong, flexible, or active you are as Tai Chi is designed for people at all levels of health.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ OSU Conference Center, 2500 N.E. 63rd St., Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Amanda Ford 4057131125
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/fcs-workshops
 April 18, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyles and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 12:30PM @ OSU-OKC Student Center, Room 304, 900 N. Portland, OKC, OK map & directions
Contact: Lisa Hamblin (405)713-1125
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/co-parenting-for-resilience
 April 18, 2017 - Quick Breakfast Ideas at the Library
Description: Nutrition and Exercise class on ways to stay healthy with breakfast and simple Yoga movements. Please Pre-Register at the Pioneer Library.

Time & Location: 8:30AM @ Beaver Co Pioneer Library, 201 Douglas Ave, Beaver, OK map & directions
Contact: Elizabeth Gardner-McBee 580-625-3464
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 April 18, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help Their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. $30.00 pre-registration required.

Time & Location: 12:30PM @ OSU-OKC Student Center Room 304, 900 N. Portland, Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Lisa Hamblin (405)713-1125
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/co-parenting-for-resilience
 April 18, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Love County Courthouse, 405 West Main Ste 102, Marietta ,OK 73448, OK map & directions
Contact: Randi McCann 580-276-3385
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 April 18, 2017 - Check and Balance
Description: The purpose of the class is to provide opportunities to improve financial management skills and to gain knowledge about financial opportunities for individuals and families. The goal is improve financial management skills (maintaining and balancing a checking account and maintaining a household spending plan) and for individuals to gain confidence in managing finances for their families and themselves. The class will run from 10 am to 2 pm. Lunch will be provided. Registration is $30 and pre-registration is due in the extension office by Friday before the class.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Lincoln County Courthouse, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their financial readiness for life events

 April 18, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilence
Description: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Pre-registration required - $30

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Jefferson County OSU Extension Office, 802 East D. Street, Waurika, OK map & directions
Contact: Tara Brown (580) 228-2332
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 18, 2017 - Edible Wildflowers and Other Uses
Description: A tour at "Fortress of Faith Adventures" is planned. We will learn uses of wildflowers including which ones are edible. Public is invited!

Time & Location: 11:30AM @ Waurika Sr. Citizens Center, 316 S. 5th Street, Waurika, OK map & directions
Contact: Tara Brown (580) 228-2332
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 April 18, 2017 - Growing Strong Bodies and Minds
Description: Early childhood nutrition education program. Classroom activities to teach food groups and basic nutrition.

Time & Location: 2:30PM @ Gordon Cooper Technology Center Early Care and Education, 1 John C Burton, Shawnee, OK map & directions
Contact: Sonya McDaniel 405-273-7683
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 April 18, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Pre-registration required - $30

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Jay Community Center, 429 S 9th St., Jay, OK map & directions
Contact: Amy OBryan 918-253-4332
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: Oklahoma
 April 18, 2017 - Teen Cuisine
Description: Closed class for Mrs. Phillip's middle school to teach youth cooking skills

Time & Location: 5:30PM @ OSU Extension Office, 11545 Hwy 70, Madill, OK map & directions
Contact: Sara Randolph 5807953563
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their financial readiness for life events

 April 18, 2017 - 4-H Food Science Club
Description: 4-Hers and youth ages 9 or older learn and practice food preparation and food safety skills through hands-on activities in a food lab experience. This special interest 4-H club meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month during the school year. Pre-registration is required by calling the Bryan County OSU Extension 924-5312.

Time & Location: 5:30PM @ Clay Jones Community Center, Durant, 1901 South 9th Ave., County Fairgrounds, Durant, OK map & directions
Contact: Tommie M. James 580-924-5312
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 April 18, 2017 - Adapting Your Home for the Disabled--How to make your home ready for caregiving
Description: This one hour program will discuss ways to prepare our homes for future caregiving responsibilities.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Okfuskee County OSU Extension Center Conference Room, 1201 E. Columbia, Suite A, Okemah, OK map & directions
Contact: Jan Maples 918-623-0641
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 18, 2017 - What Happens to Recycled Items
Description: This one hour program will take a look at what happens with your items after you take them to the recycler.

Time & Location: 12:00PM @ Okfuskee County OSU Extension Center Conference Room, 1201 E. Columbia, Suite A, Okemah, OK map & directions
Contact: Jan Maples 918-623-0641
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/decrease the degradation of their environments

 April 18, 2017 - OHCE Sewing with Friends
Description: A chance to learn to sew or to brush up on skills. Come to Creek County OSU Extension office to meet new friends and learn new things

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Creek County Extension Office, 17806 W HWY 66, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 April 18, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Reslience
Description: A Court Mandated Class that educates divorce couples on how to parent during and after a divorce.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Creek County Extension Office, 17806 W HWY 66, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 18, 2017 - Attracting Butterflies and Hummingbirds to Your Garden
Description: The type of flowering plants in your garden can attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Learn which plants would be attractive in your garden and attract these colorful creatures.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Grady County Extension office, 828 W Choctaw, Chickasha, OK map & directions
Contact: Susan Routh 405.224.2216
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/grady/events/grady-county-ohce-leader-training-2
 April 18, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balance
Description: This program is designed to improve older adults' balance, reduce their chances of falling, and help them improve and maintain their mobility, functional independence, and quality of life well into their later years. This is one class in a series of 24. The class lasts for 12 weeks with two classes each week. Please call our office to register for this free class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 April 18, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 April 18, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balnace
Description: This is a group fall prevention program that uses a unique combination of eight single forms that are derived from the traditional 24 form Yang-style Tai chi. All forms are arranged in a sequence that progresses from easy to more difficult and can be practiced separately or together.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Mooreland Methodist Church, 302 S. Elm, Mooreland, OK map & directions
Contact: Rhonda DeVor 580-254-3391
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 April 18, 2017 - Arthritis Exercise Program
Time & Location: 9:15AM @ Senior Citizen Center, 104 E. 3rd, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)238-5351
Outcome:

 April 19, 2017 - COACH Exercise (Connecting Oder Adults & Community Health)
Description: Exercise for Seniors. A way to get fit and meet new people. There is 30 minutes of exercise and 30 minutes of line dancing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Kellyville City Hall, 410 East Buffalo, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 April 19, 2017 - Fitness with Friends
Description: Weekly low Impact exercise class utilizing curriculum from the Arthritis Foundation.

Time & Location: 10:30AM @ McClain County Farm/Home Building, 1721 Hardcastle Blvd, Purcell, OK map & directions
Contact: Mickey Simpson 405-527-2174
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 April 20, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balnace
Description: This is a group fall prevention program that uses a unique combination of eight single forms that are derived from the traditional 24 form Yang-style Tai chi. All forms are arranged in a sequence that progresses from easy to more difficult and can be practiced separately or together.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Mooreland Methodist Church, 302 S. Elm, Mooreland, OK map & directions
Contact: Rhonda DeVor 580-254-3391
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 April 20, 2017 - Arthritis Exercise Program
Time & Location: 9:15AM @ Senior Citizen Center, 104 E. 3rd, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)238-5351
Outcome:

 April 24, 2017 - Show Me the $$- Employability Skills Workshops
Description: The Lawton Ft. Sill Chamber of Commerce- Education Action Group through the Employability Skills subcommittee has developed a series of workshops for the Lawton Public School Internship Class. These workshops will provide skills and tools necessary to meet requirements as future members of the workforce.

Time & Location: 1:30PM @ Cameron University, Ole Kim Room, Lawton , OK map & directions
Contact: Lynn Null 580-355-1176
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their job readiness skills for better employment opportunities and economic development

 April 24, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Helping parents help their children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "Co-Parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Rogers County Courthouse (2nd floor/go to hallyway/left to end of hallway/left to end of short hallway/ meeting rm #2 on left), 200 S Lynn Riggs Blvd. , Claremore, OK. , OK map & directions
Contact: Penny King 918-923-4958
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 April 24, 2017 - OK Home & Community Educ. Council
Description: OHCE will hold their county council business meeting and luncheon.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ OSU Extension Office, 601 E. Robinson, Norman, OK map & directions
Contact: Brenda Hill 4053214774
Outcome:

 April 24, 2017 - OK Home & Community Educ. Leader Lesson
Description: Lesson: Is Ag a Climate Villain? This lesson will explore the effects of agriculture food production, particularly the cattle industry, on potential climate change.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ OSU Extension Office, 601 E. Robinson, Norman, OK map & directions
Contact: Brenda Hill 4053214774
Outcome:

 April 24, 2017 - Lunchtime Learning Sessions for Adults
Description: focusing on encouraging family mealtime while enjoying home cooked foods

Time & Location: 12:00PM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 April 24, 2017 - Household and Pest Control
Description: Prevention is always the best way to avoid any serious bit reactions and most especially avoid diseases.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Nowata Senior Citizens Center, 238 N. Maple, Nowata, OK map & directions
Contact: Gale A. Mills 918-273-3345
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 April 24, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resliency
Description: Education for parents who have children and will be experiencing separation and/or divorce and those who may be seeking, custody, visitation or paternity of minor children. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class will also help parents to understand the need for co-parenting and how it affects their children. $30.00 registration fee. Pre-registration is REQUIRED.

Time & Location: 5:30PM @ OSU Extension Office, 11545 Hwy 70, Madill, OK map & directions
Contact: Sara Randolph 5807953563
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 April 24, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resliency
Description: Education for parents who have children and will be experiencing separation and/or divorce and those who may be seeking, custody, visitation or paternity of minor children. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class will also help parents to understand the need for co-parenting and how it affects their children. $30.00 registration fee. Pre-registration is REQUIRED.

Time & Location: 5:30PM @ OSU Extension Office, 11545 Hwy 70, Madill, OK map & directions
Contact: Sara Randolph 5807953563
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 April 24, 2017 - Co-Parenting
Description: Co-Parenting For Resilience is about a four hour workshop that teaches parents how to help their children adjust to their changing family structures. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Cost of the class is $30. If not received three business days prior to class date, cost is $40. You will receive certificate of completion instantly after you complete class. Non-refundable. Payable by money order, check or cash. Make checks payable to OSU Extension. Do not mail cash. Unable to accept credit/debit cards. GPS WILL NOT correctly direct you to our office. Please call for directions or see the map on our website under Location at: http://oces.okstate.edu/seminole (straight across from big white building) From North side of Wewoka -about 1m West of Wewoka on Hwy 270 then south on 365 road about quarter mile. Straight across from big white building behind nursing home. Look for orange signs.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Seminole County OSU Extension, 12827 NS 3650, Wewoka, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-257-5433
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 April 24, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balance
Description: This program is designed to improve older adults' balance, reduce their chances of falling, and help them improve and maintain their mobility, functional independence, and quality of life well into their later years. This is one class in a series of 24. The class lasts for 12 weeks with two classes each week. Please call our office to register for this free class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 April 24, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Kingfisher City Park (Golf Course), 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 April 24, 2017 - Tai Chi: Moving For Better Balance
Description: The movements of the Chinese martial art Tai Chi can help seniors reduce the risk of falling, increase balance, and increase flexibility.This twelve-week class teaches participants ways to improve their overall mind, body,and spirit through a series of slow continuous movements. It does not matter how strong, flexible, or active you are as Tai Chi is designed for people at all levels of health.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ OSU Conference Center, 2500 N.E. 63rd St., Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Amanda Ford 4057131125
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/fcs-workshops
 April 24, 2017 - Character Critters
Time & Location: 3:30PM @ Library, Main Street, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)238-5351
Outcome:

 April 24, 2017 - Yoga for kids
Time & Location: 3:30PM @ library, main street, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)328-5351
Outcome:

 April 25, 2017 - Show Me the $$- Employability Skills Workshops
Description: The Lawton Ft. Sill Chamber of Commerce- Education Action Group through the Employability Skills subcommittee has developed a series of workshops for the Gateway Success Center. These workshops will provide skills and tools necessary to meet requirements as future members of the workforce.

Time & Location: 8:30AM @ Gateway Success Center, 102 E Gore Blvd, Lawton , OK map & directions
Contact: Lynn Null 580-355-1176
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their job readiness skills for better employment opportunities and economic development

 April 25, 2017 - Quick Breakfast Ideas at the Library
Description: Nutrition and Exercise class on ways to stay healthy with breakfast and simple Yoga movements. Please Pre-Register at the Pioneer Library.

Time & Location: 8:30AM @ Beaver Co Pioneer Library, 201 Douglas Ave, Beaver, OK map & directions
Contact: Elizabeth Gardner-McBee 580-625-3464
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 April 25, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children.  Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation.  This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Tillman County OSU Extension, 201 N. Main, Frederick, OK map & directions
Contact: Brenda Medlock 5803352515
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 25, 2017 - Child Care Providers Training
Description: Continuing education training for child care providers, parents and other caregivers are welcome as well. Topic to be announced.

Time & Location: 6:30PM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 25, 2017 - OHCE Leader Lessons
Description: OHCE Quarterly Leaders Lessons

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Pontotoc County Agri Plex, 1700 N Broadway, Ada, OK map & directions
Contact: Janna Kelley 580-332-2153
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 April 25, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balnace
Description: This is a group fall prevention program that uses a unique combination of eight single forms that are derived from the traditional 24 form Yang-style Tai chi. All forms are arranged in a sequence that progresses from easy to more difficult and can be practiced separately or together.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Mooreland Methodist Church, 302 S. Elm, Mooreland, OK map & directions
Contact: Rhonda DeVor 580-254-3391
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 April 25, 2017 - Arthritis Exercise Program
Time & Location: 9:15AM @ Senior Citizen Center, 104 E. 3rd, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)238-5351
Outcome:

 April 25, 2017 - Checks and Balances
Description: Must pre-register by April 19, 2017

Time & Location: 5:00PM @ Extension Office, Fairgrounds, Taloga, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)328-5351
Outcome:

 April 25, 2017 - Co- Parenting
Description: Parents who are, or soon will be “ex-spouses” must still work together to benefit their child. The title “Co-parenting for Resilience” refers to strategies divorcing parents can use to work together to help their children be “resilient,” or to bounce back from the effects of a divorce and return to a normal life. Additionally, some people may be asked to take this class for issues related to custody, paternity, legal separation, contempt, stepfamily break up, etc. Because the goals of Co-Parenting for Resilience class focus on helping the children, it addresses these situations as well. The Co-parenting for Resilience program uses a combination of lecture, discussion, video, exercises, and example/role-playing to help parents discover new ways to help their children adjust to the divorce. Cost is $35.00 due upon registration. Registration is due the Friday before class.

Time & Location: 12:30PM @ ICTC , HWY 59, Stilwell, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
Outcome:

 April 26, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Red River Tech. Business center, 3300 W. Bois D, Duncan, OK map & directions
Contact: Brenda Gandy 580-255-0510
Outcome:

 April 26, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 12:30PM @ Cherokee County Community Building, 908 South College Avenue, Tahlequah, OK map & directions
Contact: Heather Winn 918-456-6163
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 April 26, 2017 - Cooking with Kids
Description: Closed class for Madill After School to teach youth cooking skills

Time & Location: 3:30PM @ OSU Extension Office, 11545 Hwy 70, Madill, OK map & directions
Contact: Sara Randolph 5807953563
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their financial readiness for life events

 April 26, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resiliency
Description: Co-Parenting class offered to parents going through a separation or divorce with minor children. This class satisfies requirements when court ordered. Pre-registration is required. Cost is $35.00

Time & Location: 12:30PM @ Craig County OSU Extension Office, 210 W Delaware, Suite 107, Vinita, OK, OK map & directions
Contact: Tari Lee 918-256-7569
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 April 26, 2017 - Active Parenting: First Five Years
Description: Your child's first few years are so important! Learn how to make the most of them with Active Parenting: First Five Years, a program for parents and other caregivers. Written by parenting expert (and dad) Dr. Michael Popkin, this course will show you how to nurture your child with a "just right" combination of freedom and nonviolent discipline. Millions of parents have achieved success with Active Parenting—and you can, too! Here’s what you’ll learn: What a baby’s cry means, Ages and stages of development, Building a strong bond, Your child’s growing brain, Using mindfulness to keep your cool, Effective discipline young children can understand, Choices and consequences, 6 ways to prepare your child for school success and much more!

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Hughes County OSU Extension, 200 N Broadway, Holdenville, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-379-5470
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 26, 2017 - Active Parenting Now (ages 5-12)
Description: Do you ever wonder if there’s a better way to handle those daily parenting problems? Maybe your son dawdles around whenever it’s time to get dressed for school…your daughter is suddenly using disrespectful language…or the children seem to forget to do their chores and argue every minute of the day. Or maybe you’d like to prepare now for the upcoming teen years. You can become more successful at parenting—the most important job of your life—with Active Parenting Now, the acclaimed video and discussion program by parenting expert Dr. Michael Popkin. In six sessions, you will learn a proven approach to parenting that will lead to more harmony and happiness for you and your children. Since 1983 millions of families have learned the benefits of Active Parenting—now it’s your turn. We’re bringing the acclaimed Active Parenting Now program directly to you! This workshop will show you effective ways to…use non-violent discipline techniques that work, improve communication with your children, teach responsibility and other important values, handle problems as they come up, cope with difficult topics such as drugs, violence, and sex, defuse power struggles with your children, stimulate independence as your child grows older, and encourage your children to be their very best!

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Hughes County OSU Extension, 200 N Broadway, Holdenville, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-379-5470
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 26, 2017 - Active Parenting of Teens (ages 13-18)
Description: The challenge of successfully ushering children through their teen years has always been among parents’ hardestwon achievements. But in today’s society where children seem to become adults overnight, and where they often make decisions about drugs, sexuality, and violence before they understand the consequences, a parent’s job is more important than ever. So how can you ensure that your teens develop the skills and character they need to not only survive but to thrive as they gain independence? You can create harmony and stability in your family while raising your teens to be responsible, courageous and prepared for independent life. Active Parenting of Teens, a video and discussion program by parenting expert Dr. Michael Popkin, will show you how. In six sessions packed with activities, discussion, real-world examples, and feedback, you’ll learn a proven approach to parenting, plus indispensable techniques and insights for overcoming obstacles, that will bring happiness and harmony into your home. You’ll leave each session energized and motivated to make positive and realistic changes in your own family’s daily life. Active Parenting of Teens will give you the guidance and support you need to turn the challenges of raising a teenager into opportunities for growth. You’ll learn: Methods of respectful discipline, Skills for clear, honest communication, Concrete strategies to prevent risky behavior, How to be an encouraging parent, . . . and much more, plus insight into important issues such as teens online, bullying, and depression.

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ Hughes County OSU Extension, 200 N Broadway, Holdenville, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-379-5470
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 26, 2017 - COACH Exercise (Connecting Oder Adults & Community Health)
Description: Exercise for Seniors. A way to get fit and meet new people. There is 30 minutes of exercise and 30 minutes of line dancing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Kellyville City Hall, 410 East Buffalo, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 April 26, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balance
Description: This program is designed to improve older adults' balance, reduce their chances of falling, and help them improve and maintain their mobility, functional independence, and quality of life well into their later years. This is one class in a series of 24. The class lasts for 12 weeks with two classes each week. Please call our office to register for this free class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 April 26, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Kingfisher City Park (Golf Course), 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 April 26, 2017 - Tai Chi
Description: Commonly called Tai Chi or Taiji, is an exercise that employs slow intentional movements, breathing techniques, and a rich array of cognitive tools (e.g. focused body awareness, imagery) to strengthen, relax and integrate the body and mind. Tai Chi is practiced for health, personal development and self-defense. The class introduces students to the fundamental principles of Tai Chi, including relaxed and mindful movement, proper structural alignment, and breath awareness. Students learn a foundational set of qigong (chi kung) exercises as well as the core movements from the Tai Chi short form. Students will also learn advanced principles.

Time & Location: 3:45PM @ Westville School, HWY 65 & Park, Westville, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
Outcome:

 April 26, 2017 - Underground Railroad Block of the Month
Description: Journey through history as we construct each quilt block of the Underground Railroad Quilt. Learn new quilting techniques and about the 1800s.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Cleveland County Fairgrounds, 601 E. Robinson Street, Norman, OK map & directions
Contact: Brenda Hill 405.321.4774
Outcome:

 April 26, 2017 - Fitness with Friends
Description: Weekly low Impact exercise class utilizing curriculum from the Arthritis Foundation.

Time & Location: 10:30AM @ McClain County Farm/Home Building, 1721 Hardcastle Blvd, Purcell, OK map & directions
Contact: Mickey Simpson 405-527-2174
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 April 27, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resislence
Description: Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help Their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/seperating couples and those custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. $ 30 Fee Pre- registration required.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Jackson Co. OSU Extension Office, 2801 North Main Street Suite A, Altus, OK map & directions
Contact: Cheryl Lively 580-782-5502
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 27, 2017 - Lighting Your Leadership Lamp
Description: At this five hour conference, participants will have the opportunity to hone their leadership skills in the areas of effective committees, understanding and explaining OHCE, being a good lesson leader, taking minutes, keeping organizational financial records, and parliamentary procedures.

Time & Location: 9:30AM @ Okfuskee County OSU Extension Center/Okfuskee County Fairgrounds, 1201 E. Columbia, Okemah, OK map & directions
Contact: Jan Maples, Jessica Riggin, Melody Ennis 918-623-0641
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 April 27, 2017 - Lighting Your Leadership Lamp
Description: Participants in this five and a half hour workshop will have the opportunity to hone their leadership skills in the areas of effective committee work, understanding and explaining OHCE, being a good lesson leader, taking minutes, keeping organizational financial records, and parliamentary procedures.

Time & Location: 9:30AM @ Okfuskee County OSU Extension Center/Okfuskee County Fairgrounds, 1201 E. Columbia, Okemah, OK map & directions
Contact: Jan Maples, Jessica Riggin, Melody Ennis 918-623-0641
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 April 27, 2017 - Pathway to Success
Description: Pathways to Success is class that is for people to learn how to become successful in a career.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Bristow Housing Authority, 1110 S. Chestnut, Bristow, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their job readiness skills for better employment opportunities and economic development

 April 27, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Must PRE-REGISTER.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Beaver Co Extension Office, 111 W 2nd Street, Courthouse, Beaver, OK map & directions
Contact: Elizabeth Gardner-McBee 580-625-3464
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 April 27, 2017 - On the Jelly Making Trail
Description: This OHCE leader lesson will introduce the new partnership between Oklahoma County Extension and Oklahoma Agritourism that highlights the delicious produce grown by local orchards and farms. Learn about the jelly making tours and workshops that will be offered this summer.

Time & Location: 9:30AM @ OSU Extension Center, 2500 NE 63rd, OKC, OK map & directions
Contact: Lisa Hamblin (405)713-1125
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma
 April 27, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balnace
Description: This is a group fall prevention program that uses a unique combination of eight single forms that are derived from the traditional 24 form Yang-style Tai chi. All forms are arranged in a sequence that progresses from easy to more difficult and can be practiced separately or together.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Mooreland Methodist Church, 302 S. Elm, Mooreland, OK map & directions
Contact: Rhonda DeVor 580-254-3391
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 April 27, 2017 - Arthritis Exercise Program
Time & Location: 9:15AM @ Senior Citizen Center, 104 E. 3rd, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)238-5351
Outcome:

 April 27, 2017 - Character Critters
Time & Location: 10:15AM @ Private, Day Care, Seiling, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)328-5351
Outcome:

 April 27, 2017 - OHCE Leader Lesson
Description: Powder Puff Household Repair

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Fairgrounds, 464101 E. 1070 RD, Sallisaw, OK map & directions
Contact: April Cole 9187754838
Outcome:

 April 28, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. $30 Pre-registration is required.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ McClain County OSU Extension, 1721 Hardcastle Blvd, Suite A, Purcell, OK map & directions
Contact: Connie Wollenberg, Mickey Simpson 405-238-6681, 405-527-2174
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 28, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Choctaw County Extension Office, 415 E Rena, Hugo, OK map & directions
Contact: Lauren Wren 580-326-3359
Outcome: Oklahoma children and youth will reduce their likelihood to engage in high-risk behaviors which lead to negative life outcomes

 April 28, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Sequoyah County Courthouse, 120 E. Chickasaw, Suite 107, Sallisaw, OK map & directions
Contact: April Cole 918-775-4838
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 April 28, 2017 - Interpreting the OHCE Creed and Emblem
Description: OHCE lesson leader training, anyone is welcome

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 April 28, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Kingfisher City Park (Golf Course), 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 April 29, 2017 - Pamper Yourself
Time & Location: 1:30PM @ County OHCE , Fairgrounds, Taloga, OK map & directions
Contact: Jean Bailey (580)328-5351
Outcome:

 May 1, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ McCurtain County Extension Office, 108-B N. Central Ave. , Idabel, OK map & directions
Contact: Lauren Wren 580-286-7558
Outcome: Oklahoma children and youth will reduce their likelihood to engage in high-risk behaviors which lead to negative life outcomes

 May 1, 2017 - Walk With Ease
Description: Jessica will be leading a spring walking group for six weeks in May and June. Please call the extension office to sign up by April 28.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Chandler Walking Track, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 1, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Kingfisher City Park (Golf Course), 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 1, 2017 - Tai Chi: Moving For Better Balance
Description: The movements of the Chinese martial art Tai Chi can help seniors reduce the risk of falling, increase balance, and increase flexibility.This twelve-week class teaches participants ways to improve their overall mind, body,and spirit through a series of slow continuous movements. It does not matter how strong, flexible, or active you are as Tai Chi is designed for people at all levels of health.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ OSU Conference Center, 2500 N.E. 63rd St., Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Amanda Ford 4057131125
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/fcs-workshops
 May 2, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children
Description: . Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 12:00PM @ Pittsburg County OSU Extension Office, 707 West Electric, McAlester, OK map & directions
Contact: Rachel Lockwood 918-423-4120
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/pittsburg/family-and-consumer-sciences/co-parenting-for-resilience
 May 2, 2017 - Co-parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Cost $30.00 per person. Must register Friday before class starts. Class will run from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Lincoln County Courthouse, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 May 2, 2017 - ServSafe
Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Pontotoc Technology Center, 601 West 33rd Street, Ada, OK map & directions
Contact: Janna Kelley 580-332-2153
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 May 2, 2017 - PRIDE
Time & Location: 3:00PM @ Pontotoc Technology Center, 601 West 33rd Street, Ada, OK map & directions
Contact: Janna Kelley 58-332-2153
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their job readiness skills for better employment opportunities and economic development

 May 2, 2017 - 4-H Cloverbud regular meeting
Description: 4-H Cloverbuds will meet for their regular monthly meeting. A variety of topics will be addressed at each meeting.

Time & Location: 3:00PM @ Blaine County Fairgrounds, 714 Newer, Watonga, OK map & directions
Contact: Joy Rhodes 580-623-5195
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 May 2, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balance
Description: This program is designed to improve older adults' balance, reduce their chances of falling, and help them improve and maintain their mobility, functional independence, and quality of life well into their later years. This is one class in a series of 24. The class lasts for 12 weeks with two classes each week. Please call our office to register for this free class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 May 3, 2017 - Walk With Ease
Description: Jessica will be leading a spring walking group for six weeks in May and June. Please call the extension office to sign up by April 28.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Chandler Walking Track, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 3, 2017 - History of Aprons & Mother's Day Celebration
Description: Public is welcome to attend: OHCE Executive Meeting Wednesday, May 3, 10:00 am Leaders Lesson: History of Aprons Presenter: Tommie M. James, FCS Extension Educators "Everyone is encouraged to wear their favorite apron." County meets the first Wednesday of each month at the Clay Jones Community Center, Durant.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Clay Jones Com. Center, 1901 South 9th Ave., County Fairgrounds, Durant, OK map & directions
Contact: Tommie J. James 580-924-5312
Outcome:

 May 3, 2017 - Canton 4-H meeting
Description: Monthly 4-H meeting for the Canton 4-H members, variety of lessons will be taught

Time & Location: 3:00PM @ Canton Elementary School, 300 main, Canton, OK map & directions
Contact: Joy Rhodes 580-623-5195
Outcome: Oklahoma children and youth will reduce their likelihood to engage in high-risk behaviors which lead to negative life outcomes

 May 3, 2017 - COACH Exercise (Connecting Oder Adults & Community Health)
Description: Exercise for Seniors. A way to get fit and meet new people. There is 30 minutes of exercise and 30 minutes of line dancing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Kellyville City Hall, 410 East Buffalo, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 May 3, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Kingfisher City Park (Golf Course), 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 3, 2017 - CoParenting for Resiency
Description: A program to help divorcing parents instill resilience in their children. In short, the objective of this program is to take the focus off of "divorce" and place it squarely on parenting that produces resilience in children. Must pre-register for this class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Woodward County OSU Extension Service, 108 Temple Houston Dr., Mooreland, OK map & directions
Contact: Rhonda DeVor 580-254-3391
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 May 3, 2017 - Fitness with Friends
Description: Weekly low Impact exercise class utilizing curriculum from the Arthritis Foundation.

Time & Location: 10:30AM @ McClain County Farm/Home Building, 1721 Hardcastle Blvd, Purcell, OK map & directions
Contact: Mickey Simpson 405-527-2174
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 4, 2017 - Munchies at the Market
Description: Nutrition education and food demonstrations held at the Community Market of Pottawatomie County. Nutrition topics vary by month. Each class will cover a nutrition topic, food safety, cooking technique and recipes. $10.00 donation at the door to cover food cost and support the Food Resource Center. RSVP to the Extension Office by 12:00 the day before scheduled class.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Community Market of Pottawatomie County - FRC, 120 S Center, Shawnee, OK map & directions
Contact: Sonya McDaniel 405-273-7683
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 4, 2017 - Ag in the Classroom
Description: Ag in the Classroom lesson is taught for children ages 5 to 8 featuring a Oklahoma grown food. Lessons teach youth about agriculture, gardening, nutrition. Child learn food preparation skills by making a healthy snack. This program is provided for the Library Afterschool Reading Program. Pre-registration is required by call the library at 924-3486. To request this program for your classroom, contact Tommie M. James, FCS Extension Educator at 924-5312.

Time & Location: 3:30PM @ Donald W. Reynolds Library, 1515 West Main, Durant, OK map & directions
Contact: Tommie M. James 580-924-5213
Outcome: Fewer Oklahomans will experience hunger

 May 4, 2017 - Journey Through Health
Description: An Education on different parts of the body as we age. We take a journey and learn about what we should do to keep our bodies in check through our golden years

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Bethel Manor Senior Housing Divison, 619 Division Street, Sapulpa, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 4, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balance
Description: This program is designed to improve older adults' balance, reduce their chances of falling, and help them improve and maintain their mobility, functional independence, and quality of life well into their later years. This is one class in a series of 24. The class lasts for 12 weeks with two classes each week. Please call our office to register for this free class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 May 5, 2017 - Walk With Ease
Description: Jessica will be leading a spring walking group for six weeks in May and June. Please call the extension office to sign up by April 28.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Chandler Walking Track, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 5, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Kingfisher City Park (Golf Course), 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 5, 2017 - Prepare to Care
Description: It’s the discussion no one wants to have to have – what happens when mom and dad can’t take care of themselves anymore? Do my children know what I want to happen in my life if I become unable to speak for myself? This program helps families approach this tender subject and discusses long-term care, finances, and end of life decisions. Please call our office by Monday, May 1st to sign up for this free class.

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their financial readiness for life events

 May 6, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Oklahoma State University - Center for Family Services, 101 Human Sciences West, STILLWATER, OK map & directions
Contact: Center for Family Services 405-744-5058
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 May 7, 2017 - OHCE WEEK Activities
Description: OHCE recruitment activities

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ TBA, TBA, TBA, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
Outcome:

 May 8, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Pre-registration required - $30 fee

Time & Location: 6:00PM @ The Broadway Center, 212 N Broadway, Sayre, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy McFarlin 580-928-2139
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 May 8, 2017 - Walk With Ease
Description: Jessica will be leading a spring walking group for six weeks in May and June. Please call the extension office to sign up by April 28.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Chandler Walking Track, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 8, 2017 - Arthritis Walk with Ease
Description: an exercise program that can reduce pain and improve overall health

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 8, 2017 - Check and Balance
Description: Join us to learn about budgeting basics, and how to prepare your family for financial changes and stresses.

Time & Location: 5:30PM @ OSU Extension Office, 11545 Hwy 70, Madill, OK map & directions
Contact: Sara Randolph 5807953563
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their financial readiness for life events

 May 8, 2017 - Teen Cuisine
Description: Closed class for Mrs. Phillip's middle school to teach youth cooking skills

Time & Location: 5:30PM @ OSU Extension Office, 11545 Hwy 70, Madill, OK map & directions
Contact: Sara Randolph 5807953563
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their financial readiness for life events

 May 8, 2017 - OHCE Sewing with Friends
Description: A chance to learn to sew or to brush up on skills. Come to Creek County OSU Extension office to meet new friends and learn new things

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Creek County Extension Office, 17806 W HWY 66, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 May 8, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balance
Description: This program is designed to improve older adults' balance, reduce their chances of falling, and help them improve and maintain their mobility, functional independence, and quality of life well into their later years. This is one class in a series of 24. The class lasts for 12 weeks with two classes each week. Please call our office to register for this free class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 May 8, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Kingfisher City Park (Golf Course), 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 8, 2017 - Tai Chi: Moving For Better Balance
Description: The movements of the Chinese martial art Tai Chi can help seniors reduce the risk of falling, increase balance, and increase flexibility.This twelve-week class teaches participants ways to improve their overall mind, body,and spirit through a series of slow continuous movements. It does not matter how strong, flexible, or active you are as Tai Chi is designed for people at all levels of health.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ OSU Conference Center, 2500 N.E. 63rd St., Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Amanda Ford 4057131125
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/fcs-workshops
 May 8, 2017 - OHCE WEEK Activities
Description: OHCE recruitment activities

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ TBA, TBA, TBA, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
Outcome:

 May 9, 2017 - Show Me the $$- Employability Skills Workshops
Description: The Lawton Ft. Sill Chamber of Commerce- Education Action Group through the Employability Skills subcommittee has developed a series of workshops for the Gateway Success Center. These workshops will provide skills and tools necessary to meet requirements as future members of the workforce.

Time & Location: 8:30AM @ Gateway Success Center, 102 E Gore Blvd, Lawton , OK map & directions
Contact: Lynn Null 580-355-1176
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their job readiness skills for better employment opportunities and economic development

 May 9, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help Their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. $30.00 pre-registration required.

Time & Location: 6:00PM @ OSU-OKC Student Center Room 304, 900 N. Portland, Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Lisa Hamblin (405)713-1125
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/co-parenting-for-resilience
 May 9, 2017 - Growing Strong Bodies and Minds
Description: Early childhood nutrition education program. Classroom activities to teach food groups and basic nutrition.

Time & Location: 2:30PM @ Gordon Cooper Technology Center Early Care and Education, 1 John C Burton, Shawnee, OK map & directions
Contact: Sonya McDaniel 405-273-7683
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 9, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Reslience
Description: A Court Mandated Class that educates divorce couples on how to parent during and after a divorce.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Creek County Extension Office, 17806 W HWY 66, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 May 9, 2017 - Kickboxing: Skills and Drills
Description: Kickboxing has become one of the most popular group exercise workouts in the country. The workouts are a combination of boxing, kickboxing, and martial arts movements, along with traditional aerobic skills. Not only is kickboxing a great workout but, you will relieve stress which will ultimately help you feel better physically and emotionally after taking the class.

Time & Location: 5:30PM @ Kingfisher County Fairgrounds Exhibit Building, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 9, 2017 - OHCE WEEK Activities
Description: OHCE recruitment activities

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ TBA, TBA, TBA, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
Outcome:

 May 10, 2017 - Walk With Ease
Description: Jessica will be leading a spring walking group for six weeks in May and June. Please call the extension office to sign up by April 28.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Chandler Walking Track, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 10, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. $30 registration fee must be paid with registration. Pre-registration is REQUIRED, PO Box 519 El Reno OK 73036.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Mabel C Fry Library, 1200 Lakeshore Drive, Yukon, OK map & directions
Contact: Canadian County Extension 405-262-0155
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 May 10, 2017 - Arthritis Walk with Ease
Description: an exercise program that can reduce pain and improve overall health

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 10, 2017 - Growing Strong Bodies and Minds
Description: Early Childhood Nutrition Education Program. Classroom activities to teach basic food groups and nutrition.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Central Tribes Head Start, 1525 N McKinley, Shawnee, OK map & directions
Contact: Sonya McDaniel 405-273-7683
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 10, 2017 - Growing Strong Bodies and Minds
Description: Early Childhood Nutrition Education Program. Classroom activities to teach basic food groups and nutrition.

Time & Location: 1:30PM @ Pleasant Grove Schools, 1927 E Walnut, Shawnee, OK map & directions
Contact: Sonya McDaniel 405-273-7683
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 10, 2017 - Parenting Classes
Description: Parenting Classes to be held are: 9:00 am to 12:00 noon Active Parenting 1, 2, 3, 4 Parents!, parenting toddlers ages 1-4, the three sessions covers basic developmental stages from ages 1 to 4, methods of bonding, encouragement skills, discipline skills, and more… 1:00 to 4:00 pm Successful Parenting, parenting children ages 5-12 The three sessions covers self-esteem, communication, and discipline. Pre-registration is required by contacting the Bryan County OSU Extension Office at 924-5312 The deadline to sign-up for the parenting classes is set for the Monday before each scheduled parenting class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Clay Jones Community Center, County Fairgrounds, 1901 S. 9th Ave., Durant, OK map & directions
Contact: Tommie M. James 580-924-5312
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 May 10, 2017 - Co-Parenting
Description: Co-Parenting For Resilience is about a four hour workshop that teaches parents how to help their children adjust to their changing family structures. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Cost of the class is $30. If not received three business days prior to class date, cost is $40. You will receive certificate of completion instantly after you complete class. Non-refundable. Payable by money order, check or cash. Make checks payable to OSU Extension. Do not mail cash. Unable to accept credit/debit cards.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Hughes County OSU Extension, 200 N Broadway, Holdenville, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-379-5470
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 May 10, 2017 - Bridging the Gap of OHCE Members
Description: OHCE members would like to host monthly activities with their Educator. These activities are to invite potential new members and for the established members to get more acquainted.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Creek County Extension Office, 17806 W HWY 66, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 May 10, 2017 - COACH Exercise (Connecting Oder Adults & Community Health)
Description: Exercise for Seniors. A way to get fit and meet new people. There is 30 minutes of exercise and 30 minutes of line dancing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Kellyville City Hall, 410 East Buffalo, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 May 10, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Kingfisher City Park (Golf Course), 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 10, 2017 - Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program
Description: Participants who struggle with arthritis will gain strength and mobility by taking these once a month exercise classes. Participants will learn exercises to continue doing on their own each month. The program meets every 2nd Wednesday.

Time & Location: 3:00PM @ Kingfisher County Fairgrounds Exhibit Building, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 10, 2017 - Tai Chi
Description: Commonly called Tai Chi or Taiji, is an exercise that employs slow intentional movements, breathing techniques, and a rich array of cognitive tools (e.g. focused body awareness, imagery) to strengthen, relax and integrate the body and mind. Tai Chi is practiced for health, personal development and self-defense. The class introduces students to the fundamental principles of Tai Chi, including relaxed and mindful movement, proper structural alignment, and breath awareness. Students learn a foundational set of qigong (chi kung) exercises as well as the core movements from the Tai Chi short form. Students will also learn advanced principles.

Time & Location: 3:45PM @ Westville School, HWY 65 & Park, Westville, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
Outcome:

 May 10, 2017 - OHCE WEEK Activities
Description: OHCE recruitment activities

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ TBA, TBA, TBA, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
Outcome:

 May 10, 2017 - Fitness with Friends
Description: Weekly low Impact exercise class utilizing curriculum from the Arthritis Foundation.

Time & Location: 10:30AM @ McClain County Farm/Home Building, 1721 Hardcastle Blvd, Purcell, OK map & directions
Contact: Mickey Simpson 405-527-2174
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 11, 2017 - Herb Gardening
Description: Lakeside Garden Club will learn about Herb Gardens and their benefits.

Time & Location: 12:30PM @ TBD, TBD, Grove, OK map & directions
Contact: Amy OBryan 9182534332
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

URL: Oklahoma
 May 11, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Cost is $35. All registrations must be paid and turned in to the Extension office at least 3 business days prior to the class.

Time & Location: 5:00PM @ Garfield County OSU Extension Center, 316 East Oxford Ave., Enid, OK map & directions
Contact: Lesa K Rauh 580-237-1228
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 May 11, 2017 - OHCE Leader Lesson
Description: OHCE members Leader Lesson

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Creek County Extension Office, 17806 W HWY 66, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 May 11, 2017 - OHCE Meeting
Description: Oklahoma Home and Community Education monthly meeting

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Fairgrounds, 464101 E. 1070 RD, Sallisaw, OK map & directions
Contact: April Cole 9187754838
Outcome:

 May 11, 2017 - OHCE WEEK Activities
Description: OHCE recruitment activities

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ TBA, TBA, TBA, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
Outcome:

 May 12, 2017 - Walk With Ease
Description: Jessica will be leading a spring walking group for six weeks in May and June. Please call the extension office to sign up by April 28.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Chandler Walking Track, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 12, 2017 - Arthritis Walk with Ease
Description: an exercise program that can reduce pain and improve overall health

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 12, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balance
Description: This program is designed to improve older adults' balance, reduce their chances of falling, and help them improve and maintain their mobility, functional independence, and quality of life well into their later years. This is one class in a series of 24. The class lasts for 12 weeks with two classes each week. Please call our office to register for this free class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 May 12, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Kingfisher City Park (Golf Course), 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 12, 2017 - Pathways to Success
Description: An inclusive program to equip participants with knowledge for better success in life

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ CASC, 1601 S Opdyke St, Sallisaw, OK map & directions
Contact: April Cole 9187754838
Outcome:

 May 12, 2017 - OHCE WEEK Activities
Description: OHCE recruitment activities

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ TBA, TBA, TBA, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
Outcome:

 May 13, 2017 - Strawberry Festival
Description: OHCE recruitment activities

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Downtown, Stilwell, STILWELL, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
Outcome:

URL: Oklahoma
 May 15, 2017 - Walk With Ease
Description: Jessica will be leading a spring walking group for six weeks in May and June. Please call the extension office to sign up by April 28.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Chandler Walking Track, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 15, 2017 - Co-parenting through resilience
Description: This class is for parents who are divorcing with minor children ages 18 and younger and is required by every court system in the state of Oklahoma. Parents will discover effective strategies that promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. Fee is $30.00 per person and can be paid in cash at the extension office or with a cashier's check or money order. No personal checks. Registration and the pre course survey are due the Washington County office on Thursday before the class the following Monday.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Community Room - Washington County Health Department, 5121 Jacquelyn Lane, Bartlesville, OK map & directions
Contact: Gale A. Mills 918-534-2216
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 May 15, 2017 - OrganWise Guys
Description: OrganWise Guys Indian Camp in Pawhuska

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Indian Camp Elementary, 2005 E Boundary Ave, Pawhuska, OK map & directions
Contact: Donna Robbins 918-287-4170
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 15, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience Program
Description: The Co-parenting for Resilience program uses a combination of lecture, discussion, video, exercises, and example/role-playing to help parents discover new ways to help their children adjust to the divorce.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Pawhuska Business Development Center, 1225 Virginia Short Street, Pawhuska, OK map & directions
Contact: Donna Robbins 918-287-4170
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 May 15, 2017 - Arthritis Walk with Ease
Description: an exercise program that can reduce pain and improve overall health

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 15, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: The Co-Parenting for Resilience program is a four hour class that is based on current research. It uses a combination of lecture, discussion, video, activities and examples to help parents discover effective strategies that promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. The class addresses topics as required by Oklahoma law and the court system.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Okfuskee County OSU Extension Center Conference Room, 1201 E. Columbia, Suite A, Okemah, OK map & directions
Contact: Jan Maples 918-623-0641
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 May 15, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Kingfisher City Park (Golf Course), 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 15, 2017 - Tai Chi: Moving For Better Balance
Description: The movements of the Chinese martial art Tai Chi can help seniors reduce the risk of falling, increase balance, and increase flexibility.This twelve-week class teaches participants ways to improve their overall mind, body,and spirit through a series of slow continuous movements. It does not matter how strong, flexible, or active you are as Tai Chi is designed for people at all levels of health.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ OSU Conference Center, 2500 N.E. 63rd St., Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Amanda Ford 4057131125
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/fcs-workshops
 May 16, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help Their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/seperating couples and those custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Weatherford City Hall- Wilkinson Room, 522 W. Rainey, Weatherford, OK map & directions
Contact: Radonna Sawatzky 5830-323-2291
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 May 16, 2017 - Co-parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children, Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyles and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 8:15AM @ Mayes County Extension (fairgrounds), 2200 NE 1st street, Pryor, Oklahoma 74362, OK map & directions
Contact: Janis Risley 918-825-3241
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

URL: http://coparenting.okstate.edu
 May 16, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilence
Description: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Pre-registration required - $30

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Jefferson County OSU Extension Office, 802 East D. Street, Waurika, OK map & directions
Contact: Tara Brown (580) 228-2332
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 May 16, 2017 - Flag Etiquette
Description: We will learn proper Flag Etiquette then as part of our Cultural Enrichment program, we will paint a Patriotic Decoration. Public is invited!

Time & Location: 11:30AM @ Waurika Sr. Citizens Center, 316 S. 5th Street, Waurika, OK map & directions
Contact: Tara Brown (580) 228-2332
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 May 16, 2017 - OHCE leader lesson training
Description: OHCE members and their guests will learn about how to maintain their car in tip top shape; the difference in the various oils; learn about depression glass.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Tri-County Tech, 6101 SE Nowata Rd., Bartlesville, OK map & directions
Contact: Gale A. Mills 918-534-2216
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their financial readiness for life events

 May 16, 2017 - 3rd Tuesday Funtime Learning Night
Description: TBA

Time & Location: 6:00PM @ Pontotoc County OSU Extension Center Kitchen, 1700 N Broadway, Ada, OK map & directions
Contact: Janna Kelley 580-332-2153
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 May 16, 2017 - 4-H Food Science Club
Description: 4-Hers and youth ages 9 or older learn and practice food preparation and food safety skills through hands-on activities in a food lab experience. This special interest 4-H club meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month during the school year. Pre-registration is required by calling the Bryan County OSU Extension 924-5312.

Time & Location: 5:30PM @ Clay Jones Community Center, Durant, 1901 South 9th Ave., County Fairgrounds, Durant, OK map & directions
Contact: Tommie M. James 580-924-5312
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 16, 2017 - Know Your Needle Crafts
Description: This one hour program will introduce participants to the various needle crafts, learn some history behind some of the needle crafts, and inspire participants to further pursue this life skill.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Okfuskee County OSU Extension Center Conference Room, 1201 E. Columbia, Suite A, Okemah, OK map & directions
Contact: Jan Maples 918-623-0641
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 May 16, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience:Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. They will be learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Okmulgee OSU Extension Center, 1901 N. Oklahoma, Okmulgee, OK map & directions
Contact: Melody Ennis 918-756-1958
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 May 16, 2017 - Creative Crockpot Cooking
Description: A crockpot is a great appliance to prepare healthy, nutritious meals on busy days. Learn about this handy appliance and receive great crockpot cookery tips and recipes.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Grady County Extension office, 828 W Choctaw, Chickasha, OK map & directions
Contact: Susan Routh 405.224.2216
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/grady/events/grady-county-ohce-leader-training-3
 May 16, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 May 17, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Red River Tech. Business center, 3300 W. Bois D, Duncan, OK map & directions
Contact: Brenda Gandy 580-255-0510
Outcome:

 May 17, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Pawnee Public Library, 653 Illinois Street, Pawnee, OK map & directions
Contact: Trinity Brown & Dea Rash (918)762-2735/(405)747-8320
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

URL: http://coparenting.okstate.edu
 May 17, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Education for parents who have children and will be experiencing separation and/or divorce and those who may be seeking, custody, visitation or paternity of minor children. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class will also help parents to understand the need for co-parenting and how it affects their children. The last day to register is the Friday before the class. $30.00 registration fee must be paid with registration. Pre-registration is REQUIRED.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Carter County OSU Extension Office, 107 First Ave SW, Courthouse Annex #1, Ardmore, OK map & directions
Contact: Danielle Wells 580-223-6570
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 May 17, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Education for parents who have children and will be experiencing separation and/or divorce and those who may be seeking, custody, visitation or paternity of minor children. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class will also help parents to understand the need for co-parenting and how it affects their children. The last day to register is the Friday before the class. $30.00 registration fee must be paid with registration. Pre-registration is REQUIRED.

Time & Location: 1:30PM @ Carter County OSU Extension Office, 107 First Ave SW, Courthouse Annex #1, Ardmore, OK map & directions
Contact: Danielle Wells 580-223-6570
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 May 17, 2017 - Walk With Ease
Description: Jessica will be leading a spring walking group for six weeks in May and June. Please call the extension office to sign up by April 28.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Chandler Walking Track, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 17, 2017 - Arthritis Walk with Ease
Description: an exercise program that can reduce pain and improve overall health

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 17, 2017 - Managing Arthritis
Description: Learn what arthritis is and how to manage and deal with the pain.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Nowata Senior Citizens Center, 238 N. Maple, Nowata, OK map & directions
Contact: Gale A. Mills 918-273-3345
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 May 17, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resislence
Description: Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help Their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/seperating couples and those custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. $ 30 Fee Pre- registration required.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Jackson Co. OSU Extension Office, 2801 North Main Street Suite A, Altus, OK map & directions
Contact: Cheryl Lively 580-782-5502
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 May 17, 2017 - COACH Exercise (Connecting Oder Adults & Community Health)
Description: Exercise for Seniors. A way to get fit and meet new people. There is 30 minutes of exercise and 30 minutes of line dancing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Kellyville City Hall, 410 East Buffalo, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 May 17, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balance
Description: This program is designed to improve older adults' balance, reduce their chances of falling, and help them improve and maintain their mobility, functional independence, and quality of life well into their later years. This is one class in a series of 24. The class lasts for 12 weeks with two classes each week. Please call our office to register for this free class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 May 17, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Kingfisher City Park (Golf Course), 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 17, 2017 - Fitness with Friends
Description: Weekly low Impact exercise class utilizing curriculum from the Arthritis Foundation.

Time & Location: 10:30AM @ McClain County Farm/Home Building, 1721 Hardcastle Blvd, Purcell, OK map & directions
Contact: Mickey Simpson 405-527-2174
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 18, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Love County Courthouse, 405 West Main Ste 102, Marietta ,OK 73448, OK map & directions
Contact: Randi McCann 580-276-3385
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 May 18, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Cost $30.00 per person. Must register by May 16, 2017.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Grady County Extension office, 828 W Choctaw, Chickasha, OK map & directions
Contact: Susan Routh 4052242216
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 May 18, 2017 - Workshop
Time & Location: 10:00AM @ TBA, TBA, Stilwell, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
Outcome:

 May 19, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. $30 Pre-registration is required.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Garvin County Fairgrounds, 1274 N. Chickasaw, Pauls Valley, OK map & directions
Contact: Connie Wollenberg, Mickey Simpson 405-238-6681, 405-527-2174
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 May 19, 2017 - Walk With Ease
Description: Jessica will be leading a spring walking group for six weeks in May and June. Please call the extension office to sign up by April 28.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Chandler Walking Track, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 19, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Pre-registration required - $30

Time & Location: 8:30AM @ Washita Co. OSU Extension Center, 125 W. Main, Cordell, OK map & directions
Contact: Kristy Spalding 580-832-3356
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 May 19, 2017 - Arthritis Walk with Ease
Description: an exercise program that can reduce pain and improve overall health

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 19, 2017 - Active Parenting 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 - Session 1
Description: This is a 6-week class which meets once a week for two hours to discuss parenting from birth-5 years old. Topics include development, parenting styles, discipline, communication and more. Parents must attend all classes to receive a certificate of completion. $10 fee for Parenting Workbook

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ Delaware County Fairgrounds, 38267 US Hwy 59, Jay, OK map & directions
Contact: Amy OBryan 9182534332
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: Oklahoma
 May 19, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balance
Description: This program is designed to improve older adults' balance, reduce their chances of falling, and help them improve and maintain their mobility, functional independence, and quality of life well into their later years. This is one class in a series of 24. The class lasts for 12 weeks with two classes each week. Please call our office to register for this free class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 May 19, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Kingfisher City Park (Golf Course), 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 20, 2017 - Co-Parenting in Spanish - Crianza Compartida (Clase para padres divorciandose)
Description: Crianza Compartida es la clase requerida por la corte de Oklahoma para padres quienes se estan divorciando y quienes tienen hijos menores de edad.

Time & Location: 12:30PM @ OSU - OKC (Business Technology Building #305), 900 North Portland Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Oklahoma County Extension (405) 713-1125
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: http://coparenting.okstate.edu/
 May 20, 2017 - Co-parenting for Resiliency
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. The class will start promptly at 9AM and will end at 12PM. Cost: $35

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Kingfisher County Extension Office, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 May 22, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Helping parents help their children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "Co-Parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Rogers County Courthouse (2nd floor/go to hallyway/left to end of hallway/left to end of short hallway/ meeting rm #2 on left), 200 S Lynn Riggs Blvd. , Claremore, OK. , OK map & directions
Contact: Penny King 918-923-4958
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 May 22, 2017 - Walk With Ease
Description: Jessica will be leading a spring walking group for six weeks in May and June. Please call the extension office to sign up by April 28.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Chandler Walking Track, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 22, 2017 - Lunchtime Learning Sessions for Adults
Description: focusing on encouraging family mealtime while enjoying home cooked foods

Time & Location: 12:00PM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 22, 2017 - Arthritis Walk with Ease
Description: an exercise program that can reduce pain and improve overall health

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 22, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resliency
Description: Education for parents who have children and will be experiencing separation and/or divorce and those who may be seeking, custody, visitation or paternity of minor children. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class will also help parents to understand the need for co-parenting and how it affects their children. $30.00 registration fee. Pre-registration is REQUIRED.

Time & Location: 5:30PM @ OSU Extension Office, 11545 Hwy 70, Madill, OK map & directions
Contact: Sara Randolph 5807953563
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 May 22, 2017 - Kickboxing: Skills and Drills
Description: Kickboxing has become one of the most popular group exercise workouts in the country. The workouts are a combination of boxing, kickboxing, and martial arts movements, along with traditional aerobic skills. Not only is kickboxing a great workout but, you will relieve stress which will ultimately help you feel better physically and emotionally after taking the class.

Time & Location: 5:30PM @ Kingfisher County Fairgrounds Exhibit Building, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 22, 2017 - Tai Chi: Moving For Better Balance
Description: The movements of the Chinese martial art Tai Chi can help seniors reduce the risk of falling, increase balance, and increase flexibility.This twelve-week class teaches participants ways to improve their overall mind, body,and spirit through a series of slow continuous movements. It does not matter how strong, flexible, or active you are as Tai Chi is designed for people at all levels of health.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ OSU Conference Center, 2500 N.E. 63rd St., Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Amanda Ford 4057131125
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/fcs-workshops
 May 23, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children.  Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation.  This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Kiowa County OSU Extension, 302 North Lincoln, Hobart, OK map & directions
Contact: Brenda Medlock 5807265643
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 May 23, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help Their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. $30.00 pre-registration required.

Time & Location: 12:30PM @ OSU-OKC Student Center Room 304, 900 N. Portland, Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Lisa Hamblin (405)713-1125
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/co-parenting-for-resilience
 May 23, 2017 - Co-Parenting
Description: Co-Parenting For Resilience is about a four hour workshop that teaches parents how to help their children adjust to their changing family structures. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Cost of the class is $30. If not received three business days prior to class date, cost is $40. You will receive certificate of completion instantly after you complete class. Non-refundable. Payable by money order, check or cash. Make checks payable to OSU Extension. Do not mail cash. Unable to accept credit/debit cards. GPS WILL NOT correctly direct you to our office. Please call for directions or see the map on our website under Location at: http://oces.okstate.edu/seminole (straight across from big white building) From North side of Wewoka -about 1m West of Wewoka on Hwy 270 then south on 365 road about quarter mile. Straight across from big white building behind nursing home. Look for orange signs.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Seminole County OSU Extension, 12827 NS 3650, Wewoka, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-257-5433
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 May 23, 2017 - Co- Parenting
Description: Parents who are, or soon will be “ex-spouses” must still work together to benefit their child. The title “Co-parenting for Resilience” refers to strategies divorcing parents can use to work together to help their children be “resilient,” or to bounce back from the effects of a divorce and return to a normal life. Additionally, some people may be asked to take this class for issues related to custody, paternity, legal separation, contempt, stepfamily break up, etc. Because the goals of Co-Parenting for Resilience class focus on helping the children, it addresses these situations as well. The Co-parenting for Resilience program uses a combination of lecture, discussion, video, exercises, and example/role-playing to help parents discover new ways to help their children adjust to the divorce. Cost is $35.00 due upon registration. Registration is due the Friday before class.

Time & Location: 12:30PM @ ICTC , HWY 59, Stilwell, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
Outcome:

 May 24, 2017 - Walk With Ease
Description: Jessica will be leading a spring walking group for six weeks in May and June. Please call the extension office to sign up by April 28.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Chandler Walking Track, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 24, 2017 - Arthritis Walk with Ease
Description: an exercise program that can reduce pain and improve overall health

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 24, 2017 - COACH Exercise (Connecting Oder Adults & Community Health)
Description: Exercise for Seniors. A way to get fit and meet new people. There is 30 minutes of exercise and 30 minutes of line dancing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Kellyville City Hall, 410 East Buffalo, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 May 24, 2017 - Underground Railroad Block of the Month
Description: Journey through history as we construct each quilt block of the Underground Railroad Quilt. Learn new quilting techniques and about the 1800s.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Cleveland County Fairgrounds, 601 E. Robinson Street, Norman, OK map & directions
Contact: Brenda Hill 405.321.4774
Outcome:

 May 24, 2017 - Fitness with Friends
Description: Weekly low Impact exercise class utilizing curriculum from the Arthritis Foundation.

Time & Location: 10:30AM @ McClain County Farm/Home Building, 1721 Hardcastle Blvd, Purcell, OK map & directions
Contact: Mickey Simpson 405-527-2174
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 25, 2017 - OK Home & Community Educ. Leader Lesson
Description: Lesson: On the Jelly Making Trail: Oklahoma Agritourism is partnering with OSU Extension to highlight the delicious product grown by local orchards and farms across our state.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ OSU Extension Office, 601 E. Robinson, Norman, OK map & directions
Contact: Brenda Hill 4053214774
Outcome:

 May 25, 2017 - OK Home & Community Educ. Leader Lesson
Description: Lesson: How Textiles Influence Our Lives: We will take a trip back in time to look at how textiles have developed since man came to earth.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ OSU Extension Office, 601 E. Robinson, Norman, OK map & directions
Contact: Brenda Hill 4053214774
Outcome:

 May 25, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help Their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/seperating couples and those custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ McIntosh County Fairgrounds, 417738 E 1210 Rd, Eufaula, OK map & directions
Contact: Melanie Taylor 918-689-7772
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 May 25, 2017 - Arthritis Walk with Ease
Description: an exercise program that can reduce pain and improve overall health

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 25, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Pre-registration required - $30

Time & Location: 1:30PM @ Jay Community Center, 429 S 9th St., Jay, OK map & directions
Contact: Amy OBryan 918-253-4332
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: Oklahoma
 May 25, 2017 - Pathway to Success
Description: Pathways to Success is class that is for people to learn how to become successful in a career.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Bristow Housing Authority, 1110 S. Chestnut, Bristow, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their job readiness skills for better employment opportunities and economic development

 May 25, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balance
Description: This program is designed to improve older adults' balance, reduce their chances of falling, and help them improve and maintain their mobility, functional independence, and quality of life well into their later years. This is one class in a series of 24. The class lasts for 12 weeks with two classes each week. Please call our office to register for this free class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 May 25, 2017 - How Textiles Influence Our Lives
Description: Take a trip back in time to look at how textiles have developed. Traveling forward through the 20th century and to today, we will examine some familiar textiles and learn about new developments in textile technology that will help us stay healthy. Brenda Hill, presenter.

Time & Location: 9:30AM @ OSU Extension Center, 2500 NE 63rd, OKC, OK map & directions
Contact: Lisa Hamblin (405)713-1125
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma
 May 26, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Choctaw County Extension Office, 415 E Rena, Hugo, OK map & directions
Contact: Lauren Wren 580-326-3359
Outcome: Oklahoma children and youth will reduce their likelihood to engage in high-risk behaviors which lead to negative life outcomes

 May 26, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Sequoyah County Courthouse, 120 E. Chickasaw, Suite 107, Sallisaw, OK map & directions
Contact: April Cole 918-775-4838
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 May 26, 2017 - Walk With Ease
Description: Jessica will be leading a spring walking group for six weeks in May and June. Please call the extension office to sign up by April 28.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Chandler Walking Track, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 26, 2017 - Active Parenting 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 - Session 2
Description: This is a 6-week class which meets once a week for two hours to discuss parenting from birth-5 years old. Topics include development, parenting styles, discipline, communication and more. Parents must attend all classes to receive a certificate of completion.

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ Delaware County Fairgrounds, 38267 US Hwy 59, Jay, OK map & directions
Contact: Amy OBryan 9182534332
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: Oklahoma
 May 26, 2017 - Tai chi: Moving for Better Balance
Description: This program is designed to improve older adults' balance, reduce their chances of falling, and help them improve and maintain their mobility, functional independence, and quality of life well into their later years. This is one class in a series of 24. The class lasts for 12 weeks with two classes each week. Please call our office to register for this free class.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 May 29, 2017 - Walk With Ease
Description: Jessica will be leading a spring walking group for six weeks in May and June. Please call the extension office to sign up by April 28.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Chandler Walking Track, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 30, 2017 - Arthritis Walk with Ease
Description: an exercise program that can reduce pain and improve overall health

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 31, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Pre-registration required - $30 fee.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Great Plains Technology Center , 4500 SW Lee Blvd, Lawton, OK map & directions
Contact: Lynn Null 580-355-1176
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 May 31, 2017 - Walk With Ease
Description: Jessica will be leading a spring walking group for six weeks in May and June. Please call the extension office to sign up by April 28.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Chandler Walking Track, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 May 31, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 12:30PM @ Cherokee County Community Building, 908 South College Avenue, Tahlequah, OK map & directions
Contact: Heather Winn 918-456-6163
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 May 31, 2017 - COACH Exercise (Connecting Oder Adults & Community Health)
Description: Exercise for Seniors. A way to get fit and meet new people. There is 30 minutes of exercise and 30 minutes of line dancing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Kellyville City Hall, 410 East Buffalo, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 May 31, 2017 - Babysitting 101
Description: Youth will be develop the skills needed to be a caring, trustworthy, responsible, and competent babysitter. You will learn how to care for children, how to solve problems, how to keep children safe and happy, how to talk with parents and adults, how to make responsible decisions, and how to handle emergencies. First aid/CPR training will also be a part of the workshop.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Kingfisher County Extension Office, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Young people will excel in agri-science and develop critical life skills

URL: Oklahoma
 June 1, 2017 - Arthritis Walk with Ease
Description: an exercise program that can reduce pain and improve overall health

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 1, 2017 - Munchies at the Market
Description: Nutrition education and food demonstrations held at the Community Market of Pottawatomie County. Nutrition topics vary by month. Each class will cover a nutrition topic, food safety, cooking technique and recipes. $10.00 donation at the door to cover food cost and support the Food Resource Center. RSVP to the Extension Office by 12:00 the day before scheduled class.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Community Market of Pottawatomie County - FRC, 120 S Center, Shawnee, OK map & directions
Contact: Sonya McDaniel 405-273-7683
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 1, 2017 - OHCE County Meeting
Description: Association meeting with educational program, business meeting.

Time & Location: 5:30PM @ Okmulgee OSU Extension Center, 1901 N. Oklahoma, Okmulgee, OK map & directions
Contact: Melody Ennis 918-756-1958
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 June 1, 2017 - Journey Through Health
Description: An Education on different parts of the body as we age. We take a journey and learn about what we should do to keep our bodies in check through our golden years

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Bethel Manor Senior Housing Divison, 619 Division Street, Sapulpa, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 2, 2017 - Walk With Ease
Description: Jessica will be leading a spring walking group for six weeks in May and June. Please call the extension office to sign up by April 28.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Chandler Walking Track, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 2, 2017 - Arthritis Walk with Ease
Description: an exercise program that can reduce pain and improve overall health

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 2, 2017 - Active Parenting 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 - Session 3
Description: This is a 6-week class which meets once a week for two hours to discuss parenting from birth-5 years old. Topics include development, parenting styles, discipline, communication and more. Parents must attend all classes to receive a certificate of completion.

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ Delaware County Fairgrounds, 38267 US Hwy 59, Jay, OK map & directions
Contact: Amy OBryan 9182534332
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: Oklahoma
 June 3, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Oklahoma State University - Center for Family Services, 101 Human Sciences West, STILLWATER, OK map & directions
Contact: Center for Family Services 405-744-5058
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 June 5, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ McCurtain County Extension Office, 108-B N. Central Ave. , Idabel, OK map & directions
Contact: Lauren Wren 580-286-7558
Outcome: Oklahoma children and youth will reduce their likelihood to engage in high-risk behaviors which lead to negative life outcomes

 June 5, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Pre-registration required - $30 fee

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ The Broadway Center, 212 N Broadway, Sayre, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy McFarlin 580-928-2139
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 June 5, 2017 - Walk With Ease
Description: Jessica will be leading a spring walking group for six weeks in May and June. Please call the extension office to sign up by April 28.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Chandler Walking Track, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 5, 2017 - Co-parenting through resilience
Description: This class is for parents who are divorcing with minor children ages 18 and younger and is required by every court system in the state of Oklahoma. Parents will discover effective strategies that promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. Fee is $30.00 per person and can be paid in cash at the extension office or with a cashier's check or money order. No personal checks. Registration and the pre course survey are due the Washington County office on Thursday before the class the following Monday.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Community Room - Washington County Health Department, 5121 Jacquelyn Lane, Bartlesville, OK map & directions
Contact: Gale A. Mills 918-534-2216
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 June 5, 2017 - Arthritis Walk with Ease
Description: an exercise program that can reduce pain and improve overall health

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 5, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Bullfoot Park Hennessey, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 5, 2017 - Tai Chi: Moving For Better Balance
Description: The movements of the Chinese martial art Tai Chi can help seniors reduce the risk of falling, increase balance, and increase flexibility.This twelve-week class teaches participants ways to improve their overall mind, body,and spirit through a series of slow continuous movements. It does not matter how strong, flexible, or active you are as Tai Chi is designed for people at all levels of health.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ OSU Conference Center, 2500 N.E. 63rd St., Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Amanda Ford 4057131125
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 June 6, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children
Description: . Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 12:00PM @ Pittsburg County OSU Extension Office, 707 West Electric, McAlester, OK map & directions
Contact: Rachel Lockwood 918-423-4120
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/pittsburg/family-and-consumer-sciences/co-parenting-for-resilience
 June 6, 2017 - Quad Co. 4-H Camp
Description: Pre-registration required.

Time & Location: 8:00AM @ Oakridge Christian Camp, 2 mile West of Anadarko on Hwy 281, Anadarko, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Church, Kristy Spalding 580-832-3356
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 June 6, 2017 - Active Parenting class
Description: for parents and caregivers where the following will be discussed: being an active parent, cooperation & communication, responsibility & discipline, building courage & self esteem, understanding & redirecting behavior, and active parenting for school success

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 June 6, 2017 - ServSafe
Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Pontotoc Technology Center, 601 West 33rd Street, Ada, OK map & directions
Contact: Janna Kelley 580-332-2153
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 June 6, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resislence
Description: Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help Their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/seperating couples and those custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. $ 30 Fee Pre- registration required.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Greer Co. OSU Extension Office, 108 S. Pennsylvania, Mangum, OK map & directions
Contact: Cheryl Lively 580-782-5502
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 June 6, 2017 - Kickboxing: Skills and Drills
Description: Kickboxing has become one of the most popular group exercise workouts in the country. The workouts are a combination of boxing, kickboxing, and martial arts movements, along with traditional aerobic skills. Not only is kickboxing a great workout but, you will relieve stress which will ultimately help you feel better physically and emotionally after taking the class.

Time & Location: 5:30PM @ Kingfisher County Fairgrounds Exhibit Building, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 6, 2017 - Sewing Camp
Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Maryetta School, HWY 59, Stilwell, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
Outcome:

 June 7, 2017 - Walk With Ease
Description: Jessica will be leading a spring walking group for six weeks in May and June. Please call the extension office to sign up by April 28.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Chandler Walking Track, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 7, 2017 - Annie's Project
Description: Part 1. This is a six-part series that will be offered in June and July. To empower farm women to be better business partners through networks and by managing and organizing critical information. The cost will be $50, due May 5th.

Time & Location: 6:00PM @ Lincoln County Courthouse, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their financial readiness for life events

 June 7, 2017 - Arthritis Walk with Ease
Description: an exercise program that can reduce pain and improve overall health

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 7, 2017 - PRIDE
Time & Location: 3:00PM @ Pontotoc Technology Center, 601 West 33rd Street, Ada, OK map & directions
Contact: Janna Kelley 58-332-2153
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their job readiness skills for better employment opportunities and economic development

 June 7, 2017 - The Garden Grocery: Food Safety & Selection at Farmers Market
Description: Public is welcome to attend: OHCE Executive Meeting Wednesday, June 7, 10:00 am Leaders Lesson: The Garden Grocery: Food Safety & Selection at Farmers Market Presenter: Tommie M. James, FCS Extension Educators County meets the first Wednesday of each month at the Clay Jones Community Center, Durant.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Clay Jones Com. Center, 1901 South 9th Ave., County Fairgrounds, Durant, OK map & directions
Contact: Tommie J. James 580-924-5312
Outcome: Fewer Oklahomans will experience hunger

 June 7, 2017 - Co-Parenting
Description: Co-Parenting For Resilience is about a four hour workshop that teaches parents how to help their children adjust to their changing family structures. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Cost of the class is $30. If not received three business days prior to class date, cost is $40. You will receive certificate of completion instantly after you complete class. Non-refundable. Payable by money order, check or cash. Make checks payable to OSU Extension. Do not mail cash. Unable to accept credit/debit cards.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Hughes County OSU Extension, 200 N Broadway, Holdenville, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-379-5470
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 June 7, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience:Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. They will be learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Okmulgee OSU Extension Center, 1901 N. Oklahoma, Okmulgee, OK map & directions
Contact: Melody Ennis 918-756-1958
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 June 7, 2017 - COACH Exercise (Connecting Oder Adults & Community Health)
Description: Exercise for Seniors. A way to get fit and meet new people. There is 30 minutes of exercise and 30 minutes of line dancing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Kellyville City Hall, 410 East Buffalo, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 June 7, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Bullfoot Park Hennessey, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 7, 2017 - Faithful Families
Description: Faithful Families Eating Smart and Moving More (Faithful Families) promotes healthy eating and physical activity in communities of faith.

Time & Location: 6:00PM @ Methodist Family Life Center, 621 LEAHY AVENUE, Pawhuska, OK map & directions
Contact: Donna Robbins 918-287-4170
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 7, 2017 - Sewing Camp
Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Maryetta School, HWY 59, Stilwell, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
Outcome:

 June 7, 2017 - Cooking for One (Or Two)
Description: This program aims to teach participants money saving and meal preparation tips when shopping and preparing meals for only one or two people.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Fewer Oklahomans will experience hunger

 June 8, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Love County Courthouse, 405 West Main Ste 102, Marietta ,OK 73448, OK map & directions
Contact: Randi McCann 580-276-3385
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 June 8, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Cost is $35. All registrations must be paid and turned in to the Extension office at least 3 business days prior to the class.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Garfield County OSU Extension Center, 316 East Oxford Ave., Enid, OK map & directions
Contact: Lesa K Rauh 580-237-1228
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 June 8, 2017 - Sewing Camp
Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Maryetta School, HWY 59, Stilwell, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
Outcome:

 June 9, 2017 - Walk With Ease
Description: Jessica will be leading a spring walking group for six weeks in May and June. Please call the extension office to sign up by April 28.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Chandler Walking Track, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 9, 2017 - Arthritis Walk with Ease
Description: an exercise program that can reduce pain and improve overall health

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 9, 2017 - Active Parenting 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 - Session 4
Description: This is a 6-week class which meets once a week for two hours to discuss parenting from birth-5 years old. Topics include development, parenting styles, discipline, communication and more. Parents must attend all classes to receive a certificate of completion.

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ Delaware County Fairgrounds, 38267 US Hwy 59, Jay, OK map & directions
Contact: Amy OBryan 9182534332
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: Oklahoma
 June 9, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Bullfoot Park Hennessey, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 9, 2017 - Pathways to Success
Description: An inclusive program to equip participants with knowledge for better success in life

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ CASC, 1601 S Opdyke St, Sallisaw, OK map & directions
Contact: April Cole 9187754838
Outcome:

 June 9, 2017 - OHCE Friendship Luncheon
Time & Location: 10:00AM @ TBA, TBA, STILWELL, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
Outcome:

 June 12, 2017 - Arthritis Walk with Ease
Description: an exercise program that can reduce pain and improve overall health

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 12, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Bullfoot Park Hennessey, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 12, 2017 - Kickboxing: Skills and Drills
Description: Kickboxing has become one of the most popular group exercise workouts in the country. The workouts are a combination of boxing, kickboxing, and martial arts movements, along with traditional aerobic skills. Not only is kickboxing a great workout but, you will relieve stress which will ultimately help you feel better physically and emotionally after taking the class.

Time & Location: 5:30PM @ Kingfisher County Fairgrounds Exhibit Building, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 12, 2017 - Tai Chi: Moving For Better Balance
Description: The movements of the Chinese martial art Tai Chi can help seniors reduce the risk of falling, increase balance, and increase flexibility.This twelve-week class teaches participants ways to improve their overall mind, body,and spirit through a series of slow continuous movements. It does not matter how strong, flexible, or active you are as Tai Chi is designed for people at all levels of health.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ OSU Conference Center, 2500 N.E. 63rd St., Oklahoma City, OK map & directions
Contact: Amanda Ford 4057131125
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/fcs-workshops
 June 13, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyles and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. $30.00 pre-registration required.

Time & Location: 12:30PM @ OSU-OKC Student Center, Room 304, 900 N. Portland, OKC, OK map & directions
Contact: Lisa Hamblin (405)713-1125
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/co-parenting-for-resilience
 June 13, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help Their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/seperating couples and those custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Weatherford City Hall- Wilkinson Room, 522 W. Rainey, Weatherford, OK map & directions
Contact: Radonna Sawatzky 5830-323-2291
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 June 13, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. $30 registration fee must be paid with registration. Pre-registration is REQUIRED, PO Box 519 El Reno OK 73036.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Mabel C Fry Library, 1200 Lakeshore Drive, Yukon, OK map & directions
Contact: Canadian County Extension 405-262-0155
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 June 13, 2017 - Active Parenting class
Description: for parents and caregivers where the following will be discussed: being an active parent, cooperation & communication, responsibility & discipline, building courage & self esteem, understanding & redirecting behavior, and active parenting for school success

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 June 14, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Pre-registration required - $30 fee.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Great Plains Technology Center , 4500 SW Lee Blvd, Lawton, OK map & directions
Contact: Lynn Null 580-355-1176
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 June 14, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Education for parents who have children and will be experiencing separation and/or divorce and those who may be seeking, custody, visitation or paternity of minor children. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class will also help parents to understand the need for co-parenting and how it affects their children. The last day to register is the Friday before the class. $30.00 registration fee must be paid with registration. Pre-registration is REQUIRED.

Time & Location: 1:30PM @ Carter County OSU Extension Office, 107 First Ave SW, Courthouse Annex #1, Ardmore, OK map & directions
Contact: Danielle Wells 580-223-6570
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 June 14, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Education for parents who have children and will be experiencing separation and/or divorce and those who may be seeking, custody, visitation or paternity of minor children. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class will also help parents to understand the need for co-parenting and how it affects their children. The last day to register is the Friday before the class. $30.00 registration fee must be paid with registration. Pre-registration is REQUIRED.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Carter County OSU Extension Office, 107 First Ave SW, Courthouse Annex #1, Ardmore, OK map & directions
Contact: Danielle Wells 580-223-6570
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 June 14, 2017 - Annie's Project
Description: Part 2. This is a six-part series that will be offered in June and July. To empower farm women to be better business partners through networks and by managing and organizing critical information. The cost will be $50, due May 5th.

Time & Location: 6:00PM @ Lincoln County Courthouse, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their financial readiness for life events

 June 14, 2017 - Arthritis Walk with Ease
Description: an exercise program that can reduce pain and improve overall health

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 14, 2017 - Bridging the Gap of OHCE Members
Description: OHCE members would like to host monthly activities with their Educator. These activities are to invite potential new members and for the established members to get more acquainted.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Creek County Extension Office, 17806 W HWY 66, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 June 14, 2017 - COACH Exercise (Connecting Oder Adults & Community Health)
Description: Exercise for Seniors. A way to get fit and meet new people. There is 30 minutes of exercise and 30 minutes of line dancing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Kellyville City Hall, 410 East Buffalo, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 June 14, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Bullfoot Park Hennessey, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 14, 2017 - Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program
Description: Participants who struggle with arthritis will gain strength and mobility by taking these once a month exercise classes. Participants will learn exercises to continue doing on their own each month. The program meets every 2nd Wednesday.

Time & Location: 3:00PM @ Kingfisher County Fairgrounds Exhibit Building, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 15, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resislence
Description: Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help Their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/seperating couples and those custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. $ 30 Fee Pre- registration required.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Jackson Co. OSU Extension Office, 2801 North Main Street Suite A, Altus, OK map & directions
Contact: Cheryl Lively 580-782-5502
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 June 15, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resiliency
Description: Co-Parenting class offered to parents going through a separation or divorce with minor children. This class satisfies requirements when court ordered. Pre-registration is required. Cost is $35.00

Time & Location: 8:30AM @ Craig County OSU Extension Office, 210 W Delaware, Suite 107, Vinita, OK, OK map & directions
Contact: Tari Lee 918-256-7569
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 June 15, 2017 - OHCE Sewing with Friends
Description: A chance to learn to sew or to brush up on skills. Come to Creek County OSU Extension office to meet new friends and learn new things

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Creek County Extension Office, 17806 W HWY 66, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 June 15, 2017 - OHCE Sewing with Friends
Description: A chance to learn to sew or to brush up on skills. Come to Creek County OSU Extension office to meet new friends and learn new things

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Creek County Extension Office, 17806 W HWY 66, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 June 16, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Pre-registration required - $30

Time & Location: 8:30AM @ Washita Co. OSU Extension Center, 125 W. Main, Cordell, OK map & directions
Contact: Kristy Spalding 580-832-3356
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 June 16, 2017 - Arthritis Walk with Ease
Description: an exercise program that can reduce pain and improve overall health

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 16, 2017 - Active Parenting 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 - Session 5
Description: This is a 6-week class which meets once a week for two hours to discuss parenting from birth-5 years old. Topics include development, parenting styles, discipline, communication and more. Parents must attend all classes to receive a certificate of completion.

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ Delaware County Fairgrounds, 38267 US Hwy 59, Jay, OK map & directions
Contact: Amy OBryan 9182534332
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: Oklahoma
 June 16, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Reslience
Description: A Court Mandated Class that educates divorce couples on how to parent during and after a divorce.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Creek County Extension Office, 17806 W HWY 66, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 June 16, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Bullfoot Park Hennessey, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 19, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience Program
Description: The Co-parenting for Resilience program uses a combination of lecture, discussion, video, exercises, and example/role-playing to help parents discover new ways to help their children adjust to the divorce.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Pawhuska Business Development Center, 1225 Virginia Short Street, Pawhuska, OK map & directions
Contact: Donna Robbins 918-287-4170
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 June 19, 2017 - Lunchtime Learning Sessions for Adults
Description: focusing on encouraging family mealtime while enjoying home cooked foods

Time & Location: 12:00PM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 19, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resliency
Description: Education for parents who have children and will be experiencing separation and/or divorce and those who may be seeking, custody, visitation or paternity of minor children. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class will also help parents to understand the need for co-parenting and how it affects their children. $30.00 registration fee. Pre-registration is REQUIRED.

Time & Location: 5:30PM @ OSU Extension Office, 11545 Hwy 70, Madill, OK map & directions
Contact: Sara Randolph 5807953563
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 June 19, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: The Co-Parenting for Resilience program is a four hour class that is based on current research. It uses a combination of lecture, discussion, video, activities and examples to help parents discover effective strategies that promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. The class addresses topics as required by Oklahoma law and the court system.

Time & Location: 5:00PM @ Okfuskee County OSU Extension Center Conference Room, 1201 E. Columbia, Suite A, Okemah, OK map & directions
Contact: Jan Maples 918-623-0641
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 June 19, 2017 - Co-Parenting
Description: Co-Parenting For Resilience is about a four hour workshop that teaches parents how to help their children adjust to their changing family structures. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Cost of the class is $30. If not received three business days prior to class date, cost is $40. You will receive certificate of completion instantly after you complete class. Non-refundable. Payable by money order, check or cash. Make checks payable to OSU Extension. Do not mail cash. Unable to accept credit/debit cards. GPS WILL NOT correctly direct you to our office. Please call for directions or see the map on our website under Location at: http://oces.okstate.edu/seminole (straight across from big white building) From North side of Wewoka -about 1m West of Wewoka on Hwy 270 then south on 365 road about quarter mile. Straight across from big white building behind nursing home. Look for orange signs.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Seminole County OSU Extension, 12827 NS 3650, Wewoka, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-257-5433
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 June 19, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Bullfoot Park Hennessey, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 20, 2017 - Active Parenting class
Description: for parents and caregivers where the following will be discussed: being an active parent, cooperation & communication, responsibility & discipline, building courage & self esteem, understanding & redirecting behavior, and active parenting for school success

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 June 20, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilence
Description: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Pre-registration required - $30

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Jefferson County OSU Extension Office, 802 East D. Street, Waurika, OK map & directions
Contact: Tara Brown (580) 228-2332
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 June 20, 2017 - 3rd Tuesday Funtime Learning Night
Description: TBA

Time & Location: 6:00PM @ Pontotoc County OSU Extension Center Kitchen, 1700 N Broadway, Ada, OK map & directions
Contact: Janna Kelley 580-332-2153
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 June 20, 2017 - Fair Judging Standards 101
Description: This one hour program will introduce participants to the standards of quality for fair exhibits in the food preparation, food preservation, 4-H, apparel, quilting, household articles, and photography categories.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Okfuskee County OSU Extension Center Conference Room, 1201 E. Columbia, Suite A, Okemah, OK map & directions
Contact: Jan Maples 918-623-0641
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 June 20, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 June 21, 2017 - Annie's Project
Description: Part 3. This is a six-part series that will be offered in June and July. To empower farm women to be better business partners through networks and by managing and organizing critical information. The cost will be $50, due May 5th.

Time & Location: 6:00PM @ Lincoln County Courthouse, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their financial readiness for life events

 June 21, 2017 - COACH Exercise (Connecting Oder Adults & Community Health)
Description: Exercise for Seniors. A way to get fit and meet new people. There is 30 minutes of exercise and 30 minutes of line dancing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Kellyville City Hall, 410 East Buffalo, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 June 21, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Bullfoot Park Hennessey, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 21, 2017 - Faithful Families
Description: Faithful Families Eating Smart and Moving More (Faithful Families) promotes healthy eating and physical activity in communities of faith.

Time & Location: 6:00PM @ Methodist Family Life Center, 621 LEAHY AVENUE, Pawhuska, OK map & directions
Contact: Donna Robbins 918-287-4170
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 21, 2017 - Underground Railroad Block of the Month
Description: Journey through history as we construct each quilt block of the Underground Railroad Quilt. Learn new quilting techniques and about the 1800s.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Cleveland County Fairgrounds, 601 E. Robinson Street, Norman, OK map & directions
Contact: Brenda Hill 405.321.4774
Outcome:

 June 22, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Cost $40.00 per person. Must register 48 hours before the class starts. Class will run from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm

Time & Location: 8:30AM @ OSU Extension Office, 14001 Acme Road, Shawnee, OK map & directions
Contact: Sonya McDaniel 405-273-7683
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 June 22, 2017 - Banking in the 21st Century
Description: This OHCE leader lesson will address debit cards, new ruses regarding rates, fees and limits, changes to billing and payments, along with advantages of on-line banking. Connie Wollenberg, presenter.

Time & Location: 9:30AM @ OSU Extension Center, 2500 NE 63rd, OKC, OK map & directions
Contact: Lisa Hamblin (405)713-1125
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their financial readiness for life events

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma
 June 23, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. $30 Pre-registration is required.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ McClain County OSU Extension, 1721 Hardcastle Blvd, Suite A, Purcell, OK map & directions
Contact: Connie Wollenberg, Mickey Simpson 405-238-6681, 405-527-2174
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 June 23, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Choctaw County Extension Office, 415 E Rena, Hugo, OK map & directions
Contact: Lauren Wren 580-326-3359
Outcome: Oklahoma children and youth will reduce their likelihood to engage in high-risk behaviors which lead to negative life outcomes

 June 23, 2017 - What Happens to Recycled Items?
Description: OHCE lesson leader training, anyone is welcome

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/decrease the degradation of their environments

 June 23, 2017 - Active Parenting 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 - Session 6
Description: This is a 6-week class which meets once a week for two hours to discuss parenting from birth-5 years old. Topics include development, parenting styles, discipline, communication and more. Parents must attend all classes to receive a certificate of completion.

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ Delaware County Fairgrounds, 38267 US Hwy 59, Jay, OK map & directions
Contact: Amy OBryan 9182534332
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: Oklahoma
 June 23, 2017 - Craig County OHCE County Meeting
Description: One of four Craig County OHCE County meetings where all Craig County members get together for a meeting, lunch, and a day filled with workshops and project work.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Holy Ghost Catholic Church, 120 W Sequoyah, Vinita, OK, OK map & directions
Contact: Tari Lee 918-256-7569
Outcome:

 June 23, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Bullfoot Park Hennessey, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 23, 2017 - OHCE Leader Lesson
Description: Powder Puff Household Repair

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Armstrong Bank, 501 S 2nd St, Stilwell, OK map & directions
Contact: April Cole 9187754838
Outcome:

 June 23, 2017 - OHCE Leader Lesson
Description: Health Risks from being too clean

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Armstrong Bank, 501 S 2nd St, Stilwell, OK map & directions
Contact: April Cole 9187754838
Outcome:

 June 23, 2017 - OHCE Leader Lesson
Description: Health Risks From Being Too Clean

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Armstrong Bank, 501 S 2nd St, Stilwell, OK map & directions
Contact: April Cole 9187754838
Outcome:

 June 26, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Helping parents help their children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "Co-Parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Rogers County Courthouse (2nd floor/go to hallyway/left to end of hallway/left to end of short hallway/ meeting rm #2 on left), 200 S Lynn Riggs Blvd. , Claremore, OK. , OK map & directions
Contact: Penny King 918-923-4958
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 June 27, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children.  Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation.  This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Tillman County OSU Extension, 201 N. Main, Frederick, OK map & directions
Contact: Brenda Medlock 5803352515
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 June 27, 2017 - FIJI-THE ETHNIC EXPERIENCE
Description: In June 2016, seven members of Stephens County Sunshine OHCE traveled to Sote' village in Fiji to teach pattern reading and other sewing skills to the village women. They also made and donated 15 girls' school uniforms and 15 boys' uniforms. They will share their adventure to discover a different culture and learn what life is like form the women of Sote' village.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Grady County Fairgrounds, 500 East Choctaw, Chickasha, OK map & directions
Contact: Susan Routh 405.224.2216
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/grady/events/grady-county-ohce-summer-council
 June 27, 2017 - Co- Parenting
Description: Parents who are, or soon will be “ex-spouses” must still work together to benefit their child. The title “Co-parenting for Resilience” refers to strategies divorcing parents can use to work together to help their children be “resilient,” or to bounce back from the effects of a divorce and return to a normal life. Additionally, some people may be asked to take this class for issues related to custody, paternity, legal separation, contempt, stepfamily break up, etc. Because the goals of Co-Parenting for Resilience class focus on helping the children, it addresses these situations as well. The Co-parenting for Resilience program uses a combination of lecture, discussion, video, exercises, and example/role-playing to help parents discover new ways to help their children adjust to the divorce. Cost is $35.00 due upon registration. Registration is due the Friday before class.

Time & Location: 12:30PM @ OSU Extension Office, 220 W. Division, CH Suite 1, Stilwell, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
Outcome:

 June 28, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Red River Tech. Business center, 3300 W. Bois D, Duncan, OK map & directions
Contact: Brenda Gandy 580-255-0510
Outcome:

 June 28, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck Street, Stillwater, OK map & directions
Contact: Dea Rash & Trinity Brown (405)747-8320/(918)762-2735
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

URL: http://coparenting.okstate.edu
 June 28, 2017 - Annie's Project
Description: Part 4. This is a six-part series that will be offered in June and July. To empower farm women to be better business partners through networks and by managing and organizing critical information. The cost will be $50, due May 5th.

Time & Location: 6:00PM @ Lincoln County Courthouse, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their financial readiness for life events

 June 28, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 12:30PM @ Cherokee County Community Building, 908 South College Avenue, Tahlequah, OK map & directions
Contact: Heather Winn 918-456-6163
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 June 28, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Pre-registration required - $30

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Jay Community Center, 429 S 9th St., Jay, OK map & directions
Contact: Amy OBryan 918-253-4332
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: Oklahoma
 June 28, 2017 - Cooking for one or two
Description: The days of cooking for a large family are fewer and fewer. Come learn how you can still enjoy those foods in smaller portions by learning how to adapt those recipes with little to no leftovers.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Nowata Senior Citizens Center, 238 N. Maple, Nowata, OK map & directions
Contact: Gale A. Mills 918-273-3345
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 28, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Reslience
Description: A Court Mandated Class that educates divorce couples on how to parent during and after a divorce.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Creek County Extension Office, 17806 W HWY 66, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 June 28, 2017 - COACH Exercise (Connecting Oder Adults & Community Health)
Description: Exercise for Seniors. A way to get fit and meet new people. There is 30 minutes of exercise and 30 minutes of line dancing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Kellyville City Hall, 410 East Buffalo, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 June 28, 2017 - Faithful Families
Description: Faithful Families Eating Smart and Moving More (Faithful Families) promotes healthy eating and physical activity in communities of faith.

Time & Location: 6:00PM @ Methodist Family Life Center, 621 LEAHY AVENUE, Pawhuska, OK map & directions
Contact: Donna Robbins 918-287-4170
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 June 29, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience Class
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help Their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/seperating couples and those custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ Blaine County Fairgrounds, 714 Newer, Watonga, OK map & directions
Contact: Joy Rhodes 580-623-5195
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 June 29, 2017 - Pathway to Success
Description: Pathways to Success is class that is for people to learn how to become successful in a career.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Bristow Housing Authority, 1110 S. Chestnut, Bristow, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their job readiness skills for better employment opportunities and economic development

 June 29, 2017 - Workshop
Time & Location: 10:00AM @ TBA, TBA, Stilwell, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
Outcome:

 June 30, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Sequoyah County Courthouse, 120 E. Chickasaw, Suite 107, Sallisaw, OK map & directions
Contact: April Cole 918-775-4838
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 July 1, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Oklahoma State University - Center for Family Services, 101 Human Sciences West, STILLWATER, OK map & directions
Contact: Center for Family Services 405-744-5058
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 July 3, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Bullfoot Park Hennessey, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 July 5, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ McCurtain County Extension Office, 108-B N. Central Ave. , Idabel, OK map & directions
Contact: Lauren Wren 580-286-7558
Outcome: Oklahoma children and youth will reduce their likelihood to engage in high-risk behaviors which lead to negative life outcomes

 July 5, 2017 - Annie's Project
Description: Part 5. This is a six-part series that will be offered in June and July. To empower farm women to be better business partners through networks and by managing and organizing critical information. The cost will be $50, due May 5th.

Time & Location: 6:00PM @ Lincoln County Courthouse, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their financial readiness for life events

 July 5, 2017 - Pressure Canning Class
Description: Public is welcome to attend: OHCE Executive Meeting Wednesday, July 5, 10:00 am Leaders Lesson: Pressure Canning Presenter: Dr. Barbara Brown, State OSU Food Specialist. 11:00 Lesson 1:00 pm Hands on Canning Class A canning class fee: $10. Pre-registration is required. County meets the first Wednesday of each month at the Clay Jones Community Center, Durant.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Clay Jones Com. Center, 1901 South 9th Ave., County Fairgrounds, Durant, OK map & directions
Contact: Tommie J. James 580-924-5312
Outcome: Fewer Oklahomans will experience hunger

 July 5, 2017 - Co-Parenting
Description: Co-Parenting For Resilience is about a four hour workshop that teaches parents how to help their children adjust to their changing family structures. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Cost of the class is $30. If not received three business days prior to class date, cost is $40. You will receive certificate of completion instantly after you complete class. Non-refundable. Payable by money order, check or cash. Make checks payable to OSU Extension. Do not mail cash. Unable to accept credit/debit cards.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Hughes County OSU Extension, 200 N Broadway, Holdenville, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-379-5470
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 July 5, 2017 - COACH Exercise (Connecting Oder Adults & Community Health)
Description: Exercise for Seniors. A way to get fit and meet new people. There is 30 minutes of exercise and 30 minutes of line dancing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Kellyville City Hall, 410 East Buffalo, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 July 5, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Bullfoot Park Hennessey, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 July 5, 2017 - CoParenting for Resiency
Description: A program to help divorcing parents instill resilience in their children. In short, the objective of this program is to take the focus off of "divorce" and place it squarely on parenting that produces resilience in children. Must pre-register for this event.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Woodward County OSU Extension Service, 108 Temple Houston Dr., Mooreland, OK map & directions
Contact: Rhonda DeVor 580-254-3391
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 July 6, 2017 - Active Parenting class
Description: for parents and caregivers where the following will be discussed: being an active parent, cooperation & communication, responsibility & discipline, building courage & self esteem, understanding & redirecting behavior, and active parenting for school success

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 July 6, 2017 - Munchies at the Market
Description: Nutrition education and food demonstrations held at the Community Market of Pottawatomie County. Nutrition topics vary by month. Each class will cover a nutrition topic, food safety, cooking technique and recipes. $10.00 donation at the door to cover food cost and support the Food Resource Center. RSVP to the Extension Office by 12:00 the day before scheduled class.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Community Market of Pottawatomie County - FRC, 120 S Center, Shawnee, OK map & directions
Contact: Sonya McDaniel 405-273-7683
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 July 6, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Reslience
Description: A Court Mandated Class that educates divorce couples on how to parent during and after a divorce.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Creek County Extension Office, 17806 W HWY 66, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 July 6, 2017 - Journey Through Health
Description: An Education on different parts of the body as we age. We take a journey and learn about what we should do to keep our bodies in check through our golden years

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Bethel Manor Senior Housing Divison, 619 Division Street, Sapulpa, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 July 7, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Bullfoot Park Hennessey, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 July 10, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience Program
Description: The Co-parenting for Resilience program uses a combination of lecture, discussion, video, exercises, and example/role-playing to help parents discover new ways to help their children adjust to the divorce.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Pawhuska Business Development Center, 1225 Virginia Short Street, Pawhuska, OK map & directions
Contact: Donna Robbins 918-287-4170
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 July 11, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyles and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. $30.00 pre-registration required.

Time & Location: 6:00PM @ OSU-OKC Student Center, Room 304, 900 N. Portland, OKC, OK map & directions
Contact: Lisa Hamblin (405)713-1125
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/co-parenting-for-resilience
 July 11, 2017 - Co Parenting for Resilience
Description: Class designed for divorcing parents or those modifying arrangements.

Time & Location: 6:00PM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 July 11, 2017 - Co-parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Cost $30.00 per person. Must register Friday before class starts. Class will run from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Lincoln County Courthouse, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 July 11, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. $30 registration fee must be paid with registration. Pre-registration is REQUIRED, PO Box 519 El Reno OK 73036.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Mabel C Fry Library, 1200 Lakeshore Drive, Yukon, OK map & directions
Contact: Canadian County Extension 405-262-0155
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 July 12, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Education for parents who have children and will be experiencing separation and/or divorce and those who may be seeking, custody, visitation or paternity of minor children. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class will also help parents to understand the need for co-parenting and how it affects their children. The last day to register is the Friday before the class. $30.00 registration fee must be paid with registration. Pre-registration is REQUIRED.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Carter County OSU Cooperative Extension Service, 107 First Ave SW, Courthouse Annex #1, Ardmore, OK map & directions
Contact: Danielle Wells 580-332-6570
Outcome: Oklahoma children and youth will reduce their likelihood to engage in high-risk behaviors which lead to negative life outcomes

 July 12, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Education for parents who have children and will be experiencing separation and/or divorce and those who may be seeking, custody, visitation or paternity of minor children. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class will also help parents to understand the need for co-parenting and how it affects their children. The last day to register is the Friday before the class. $30.00 registration fee must be paid with registration. Pre-registration is REQUIRED.

Time & Location: 1:30PM @ Carter County OSU Extension Office, 107 First Ave SW, Courthouse Annex #1, Ardmore, OK map & directions
Contact: Danielle Wells 580-223-6570
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 July 12, 2017 - Annie's Project
Description: Part 1. This is a six-part series that will be offered in June and July. To empower farm women to be better business partners through networks and by managing and organizing critical information. The cost will be $50, due May 5th.

Time & Location: 6:00PM @ Lincoln County Courthouse, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their financial readiness for life events

 July 12, 2017 - Bridging the Gap of OHCE Members
Description: OHCE members would like to host monthly activities with their Educator. These activities are to invite potential new members and for the established members to get more acquainted.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Creek County Extension Office, 17806 W HWY 66, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 July 12, 2017 - COACH Exercise (Connecting Oder Adults & Community Health)
Description: Exercise for Seniors. A way to get fit and meet new people. There is 30 minutes of exercise and 30 minutes of line dancing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Kellyville City Hall, 410 East Buffalo, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 July 12, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Bullfoot Park Hennessey, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 July 12, 2017 - Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program
Description: Participants who struggle with arthritis will gain strength and mobility by taking these once a month exercise classes. Participants will learn exercises to continue doing on their own each month. The program meets every 2nd Wednesday.

Time & Location: 3:00PM @ Kingfisher County Fairgrounds Exhibit Building, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 July 13, 2017 - Active Parenting class
Description: for parents and caregivers where the following will be discussed: being an active parent, cooperation & communication, responsibility & discipline, building courage & self esteem, understanding & redirecting behavior, and active parenting for school success

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 July 13, 2017 - OHCE Meeting
Description: Oklahoma Home and Community Education monthly meeting

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Fairgrounds, 464101 E. 1070 RD, Sallisaw, OK map & directions
Contact: April Cole 9187754838
Outcome:

 July 14, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. $30 Pre-registration is required.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Garvin County Fairgrounds, 1274 N. Chickasaw, Pauls Valley, OK map & directions
Contact: Connie Wollenberg, Mickey Simpson 405-238-6681, 405-527-2174
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 July 14, 2017 - Etiquette Workshop & Dinner
Description: Make sure your teenager knows proper etiquette for dinners, interviews, and other meetings. We will spend the day learning and practicing basic etiquette, and end the day with a “more formal than casual” dinner to practice and show off our new skills. Registration of $25 is due by July 7 and will cover the cost of materials and dinner.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ TBA, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their job readiness skills for better employment opportunities and economic development

 July 14, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Reslience
Description: A Court Mandated Class that educates divorce couples on how to parent during and after a divorce.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Creek County Extension Office, 17806 W HWY 66, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 July 14, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Bullfoot Park Hennessey, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 July 14, 2017 - Pathways to Success
Description: An inclusive program to equip participants with knowledge for better success in life

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ CASC, 1601 S Opdyke St, Sallisaw, OK map & directions
Contact: April Cole 9187754838
Outcome:

 July 15, 2017 - 3rd Annual Children's Farmers Market
Description: Families from Delaware, Mayes, Ottawa and Craig counties learn about fruits and vegetables with hands-on activities, crafts, games,tastings and more. Families earn "veggie bucks" by participating, and use them to purchase real vegetables that the children take turns selling. These vegetables can be taken home to eat. Door prizes and other fun freebies will be handed out. This event promotes healthy eating choices, exercise, and family time together.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Cherokee Nation Health Center, 27371 S 4410 Rd, Vinita, OK map & directions
Contact: Amy OBryan 9182534332
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

URL: Oklahoma
 July 17, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Pre-registration required - $30 fee

Time & Location: 6:00PM @ The Broadway Center, 212 N Broadway, Sayre, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy McFarlin 580-928-2139
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 July 17, 2017 - Co-parenting through resilience
Description: This class is for parents who are divorcing with minor children ages 18 and younger and is required by every court system in the state of Oklahoma. Parents will discover effective strategies that promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. Fee is $30.00 per person and can be paid in cash at the extension office or with a cashier's check or money order. No personal checks. Registration and the pre course survey are due the Washington County office on Thursday before the class the following Monday.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Community Room - Washington County Health Department, 5121 Jacquelyn Lane, Bartlesville, OK map & directions
Contact: Gale A. Mills 918-534-2216
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 July 17, 2017 - Lunchtime Learning Sessions for Adults
Description: focusing on encouraging family mealtime while enjoying home cooked foods

Time & Location: 12:00PM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 July 17, 2017 - Child Care Providers Training
Description: Continuing education training for child care providers, parents and other caregivers are welcome as well. Topic to be announced.

Time & Location: 6:30PM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 July 17, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resliency
Description: Education for parents who have children and will be experiencing separation and/or divorce and those who may be seeking, custody, visitation or paternity of minor children. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class will also help parents to understand the need for co-parenting and how it affects their children. $30.00 registration fee. Pre-registration is REQUIRED.

Time & Location: 5:30PM @ OSU Extension Office, 11545 Hwy 70, Madill, OK map & directions
Contact: Sara Randolph 5807953563
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 July 17, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: The Co-Parenting for Resilience program is a four hour class that is based on current research. It uses a combination of lecture, discussion, video, activities and examples to help parents discover effective strategies that promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. The class addresses topics as required by Oklahoma law and the court system.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Okfuskee County OSU Extension Center Conference Room, 1201 E. Columbia, Suite A, Okemah, OK map & directions
Contact: Jan Maples 918-623-0641
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 July 17, 2017 - Co-Parenting
Description: Co-Parenting For Resilience is about a four hour workshop that teaches parents how to help their children adjust to their changing family structures. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Cost of the class is $30. If not received three business days prior to class date, cost is $40. You will receive certificate of completion instantly after you complete class. Non-refundable. Payable by money order, check or cash. Make checks payable to OSU Extension. Do not mail cash. Unable to accept credit/debit cards. GPS WILL NOT correctly direct you to our office. Please call for directions or see the map on our website under Location at: http://oces.okstate.edu/seminole (straight across from big white building) From North side of Wewoka -about 1m West of Wewoka on Hwy 270 then south on 365 road about quarter mile. Straight across from big white building behind nursing home. Look for orange signs.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Seminole County OSU Extension, 12827 NS 3650, Wewoka, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-257-5433
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 July 17, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Bullfoot Park Hennessey, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 July 18, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children
Description: . Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 12:00PM @ Pittsburg County OSU Extension Office, 707 West Electric, McAlester, OK map & directions
Contact: Rachel Lockwood 918-423-4120
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/pittsburg/family-and-consumer-sciences/co-parenting-for-resilience
 July 18, 2017 - Check and Balance
Description: The purpose of the class is to provide opportunities to improve financial management skills and to gain knowledge about financial opportunities for individuals and families. The goal is improve financial management skills (maintaining and balancing a checking account and maintaining a household spending plan) and for individuals to gain confidence in managing finances for their families and themselves. The class will run from 10 am to 2 pm. Lunch will be provided. Registration is $30 and pre-registration is due in the extension office by the Friday before class.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Lincoln County Courthouse, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their financial readiness for life events

 July 18, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilence
Description: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Pre-registration required - $30

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Jefferson County OSU Extension Office, 802 East D. Street, Waurika, OK map & directions
Contact: Tara Brown (580) 228-2332
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 July 18, 2017 - 3rd Tuesday Funtime Learning Night
Description: TBA

Time & Location: 6:00PM @ Pontotoc County OSU Extension Center Kitchen, 1700 N Broadway, Ada, OK map & directions
Contact: Janna Kelley 580-332-2153
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 July 18, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 July 18, 2017 - Co- Parenting
Description: Parents who are, or soon will be “ex-spouses” must still work together to benefit their child. The title “Co-parenting for Resilience” refers to strategies divorcing parents can use to work together to help their children be “resilient,” or to bounce back from the effects of a divorce and return to a normal life. Additionally, some people may be asked to take this class for issues related to custody, paternity, legal separation, contempt, stepfamily break up, etc. Because the goals of Co-Parenting for Resilience class focus on helping the children, it addresses these situations as well. The Co-parenting for Resilience program uses a combination of lecture, discussion, video, exercises, and example/role-playing to help parents discover new ways to help their children adjust to the divorce. Cost is $35.00 due upon registration. Registration is due the Friday before class.

Time & Location: 12:30PM @ OSU Extension Office, 220 W. Division, CH Suite 1, Stilwell, OK map & directions
Contact: Ashley Davis 9186962253
Outcome:

 July 19, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Red River Tech. Business center, 3300 W. Bois D, Duncan, OK map & directions
Contact: Brenda Gandy 580-255-0510
Outcome:

 July 19, 2017 - COACH Exercise (Connecting Oder Adults & Community Health)
Description: Exercise for Seniors. A way to get fit and meet new people. There is 30 minutes of exercise and 30 minutes of line dancing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Kellyville City Hall, 410 East Buffalo, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 July 19, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Bullfoot Park Hennessey, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 July 19, 2017 - Faithful Families
Description: Faithful Families Eating Smart and Moving More (Faithful Families) promotes healthy eating and physical activity in communities of faith.

Time & Location: 6:00PM @ Methodist Family Life Center, 621 LEAHY AVENUE, Pawhuska, OK map & directions
Contact: Donna Robbins 918-287-4170
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 July 20, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Love County Courthouse, 405 West Main Ste 102, Marietta ,OK 73448, OK map & directions
Contact: Randi McCann 580-276-3385
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 July 20, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help Their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/seperating couples and those custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ McIntosh County Fairgrounds, 417738 E 1210 Rd, Eufaula, OK map & directions
Contact: Melanie Taylor 918-689-7772
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 July 20, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Cost $30.00 per person. Must register by July 18, 2017.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Grady County Extension office, 828 W Choctaw, Chickasha, OK map & directions
Contact: Susan Routh 4052242216
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 July 20, 2017 - Active Parenting class
Description: for parents and caregivers where the following will be discussed: being an active parent, cooperation & communication, responsibility & discipline, building courage & self esteem, understanding & redirecting behavior, and active parenting for school success

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 July 21, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Choctaw County Extension Office, 415 E Rena, Hugo, OK map & directions
Contact: Lauren Wren 580-326-3359
Outcome: Oklahoma children and youth will reduce their likelihood to engage in high-risk behaviors which lead to negative life outcomes

 July 21, 2017 - Social Media for Membership Recruitment
Description: OHCE lesson leader training, anyone is welcome

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Major County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Fairview, OK map & directions
Contact: Dana Baldwin 580-227-3786
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 July 21, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Bullfoot Park Hennessey, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 July 21, 2017 - Underground Railroad Block of the Month
Description: Journey through history as we construct each quilt block of the Underground Railroad Quilt. Learn new quilting techniques and about the 1800s.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Cleveland County Fairgrounds, 601 E. Robinson Street, Norman, OK map & directions
Contact: Brenda Hill 405.321.4774
Outcome:

 July 24, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Helping parents help their children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "Co-Parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Rogers County Courthouse (2nd floor/go to hallyway/left to end of hallway/left to end of short hallway/ meeting rm #2 on left), 200 S Lynn Riggs Blvd. , Claremore, OK. , OK map & directions
Contact: Penny King 918-923-4958
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 July 24, 2017 - OK Home & Community Educ. Council
Description: OHCE will hold their county council business meeting and luncheon.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ OSU Extension Office, 601 E. Robinson, Norman, OK map & directions
Contact: Brenda Hill 4053214774
Outcome:

 July 24, 2017 - Walking with Ease
Description: The AF Walk With Ease program information and strategies are based on research and tested programs in exercise science, behavior change, and arthritis management. Groups meet 3 times per week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts about 1 hour. Each session begins with a brief discussion of a topic important to walking or arthritis management. After the discussion, the group will warm up, stretch, walk, cool down and stretch one last time. Walking with a group is fun, and groups often spend additional time socializing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Bullfoot Park Hennessey, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 July 25, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children.  Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation.  This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Kiowa County OSU Extension, 302 North Lincoln, Hobart, OK map & directions
Contact: Brenda Medlock 5807265643
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 July 25, 2017 - Co-parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children, Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyles and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 8:15AM @ Mayes County Extension (fairgrounds), 2200 NE 1st street, Pryor, Oklahoma 74362, OK map & directions
Contact: Janis Risley 918-825-3241
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

URL: http://coparenting.okstate.edu
 July 26, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 12:30PM @ Cherokee County Community Building, 908 South College Avenue, Tahlequah, OK map & directions
Contact: Heather Winn 918-456-6163
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 July 26, 2017 - Know your rights in a hospital
Description: You have the right to many things when in the hospital, do you have an advanced directive, come to this session to learn more.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Nowata Senior Citizens Center, 238 N. Maple, Nowata, OK map & directions
Contact: Gale A. Mills 918-273-3345
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 July 26, 2017 - COACH Exercise (Connecting Oder Adults & Community Health)
Description: Exercise for Seniors. A way to get fit and meet new people. There is 30 minutes of exercise and 30 minutes of line dancing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Kellyville City Hall, 410 East Buffalo, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 July 26, 2017 - Faithful Families
Description: Faithful Families Eating Smart and Moving More (Faithful Families) promotes healthy eating and physical activity in communities of faith.

Time & Location: 6:00PM @ Methodist Family Life Center, 621 LEAHY AVENUE, Pawhuska, OK map & directions
Contact: Donna Robbins 918-287-4170
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 July 27, 2017 - Pathway to Success
Description: Pathways to Success is class that is for people to learn how to become successful in a career.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Bristow Housing Authority, 1110 S. Chestnut, Bristow, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their job readiness skills for better employment opportunities and economic development

 July 27, 2017 - Social Media and OHCE Recruitment
Description: Find out the basics for recruiting members and telling the OHCE story through Facebook, Twitter, SnapChat and other social media outlets. Mickey Simpson, presenter.

Time & Location: 9:30AM @ OSU Extension Center, 2500 NE 63rd, OKC, OK map & directions
Contact: Lisa Hamblin (405)713-1125
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma
 July 28, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Sequoyah County Courthouse, 120 E. Chickasaw, Suite 107, Sallisaw, OK map & directions
Contact: April Cole 918-775-4838
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 July 29, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Oklahoma State University - Center for Family Services, 101 Human Sciences West, STILLWATER, OK map & directions
Contact: Center for Family Services 405-744-5058
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: http://coparenting.okstate.edu/
 July 31, 2017 - OHCE Sewing with Friends
Description: A chance to learn to sew or to brush up on skills. Come to Creek County OSU Extension office to meet new friends and learn new things

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Creek County Extension Office, 17806 W HWY 66, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 July 31, 2017 - OHCE Leader Lesson
Description: OHCE members Leader Lesson

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Creek County Extension Office, 17806 W HWY 66, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 August 1, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyles and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parent's separation. This class satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. $30.00 pre-registration required.

Time & Location: 12:30PM @ OSU-OKC Student Center, Room 304, 900 N. Portland, OKC, OK map & directions
Contact: Lisa Hamblin (405)713-1125
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/oklahoma/co-parenting-for-resilience
 August 1, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children
Description: . Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma.

Time & Location: 12:00PM @ Pittsburg County OSU Extension Office, 707 West Electric, McAlester, OK map & directions
Contact: Rachel Lockwood 918-423-4120
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

URL: http://oces.okstate.edu/pittsburg/family-and-consumer-sciences/co-parenting-for-resilience
 August 1, 2017 - Co-parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Cost $30.00 per person. Must register Friday before class starts. Class will run from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Lincoln County Courthouse, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 August 1, 2017 - ServSafe
Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Pontotoc Technology Center, 601 West 33rd Street, Ada, OK map & directions
Contact: Janna Kelley 580-332-2153
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 August 1, 2017 - PRIDE
Time & Location: 3:00PM @ Pontotoc Technology Center, 601 West 33rd Street, Ada, OK map & directions
Contact: Janna Kelley 58-332-2153
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their job readiness skills for better employment opportunities and economic development

 August 2, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Cost $30.00 per person. Must register by July 31, 2017.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Grady County Extension office, 828 W Choctaw, Chickasha, OK map & directions
Contact: Susan Routh 4052242216
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 August 2, 2017 - Co-Parenting
Description: Co-Parenting For Resilience is about a four hour workshop that teaches parents how to help their children adjust to their changing family structures. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Cost of the class is $30. If not received three business days prior to class date, cost is $40. You will receive certificate of completion instantly after you complete class. Non-refundable. Payable by money order, check or cash. Make checks payable to OSU Extension. Do not mail cash. Unable to accept credit/debit cards.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Hughes County OSU Extension, 200 N Broadway, Holdenville, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-379-5470
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 August 2, 2017 - COACH Exercise (Connecting Oder Adults & Community Health)
Description: Exercise for Seniors. A way to get fit and meet new people. There is 30 minutes of exercise and 30 minutes of line dancing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Kellyville City Hall, 410 East Buffalo, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 August 2, 2017 - Faithful Families
Description: Faithful Families Eating Smart and Moving More (Faithful Families) promotes healthy eating and physical activity in communities of faith.

Time & Location: 6:00PM @ Methodist Family Life Center, 621 LEAHY AVENUE, Pawhuska, OK map & directions
Contact: Donna Robbins 918-287-4170
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 August 3, 2017 - LEAD:Live Well, Eat Well and Be Active With Diabetes
Description: Part 1 of 3: This is a 3-part series that will be offered February 10, 17 and 24 from noon to 1:00. This program is open to anyone with type 2 diabetes and their families.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Prague Library, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 August 3, 2017 - Munchies at the Market
Description: Nutrition education and food demonstrations held at the Community Market of Pottawatomie County. Nutrition topics vary by month. Each class will cover a nutrition topic, food safety, cooking technique and recipes. $10.00 donation at the door to cover food cost and support the Food Resource Center. RSVP to the Extension Office by 12:00 the day before scheduled class.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Community Market of Pottawatomie County - FRC, 120 S Center, Shawnee, OK map & directions
Contact: Sonya McDaniel 405-273-7683
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 August 3, 2017 - Journey Through Health
Description: An Education on different parts of the body as we age. We take a journey and learn about what we should do to keep our bodies in check through our golden years

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Bethel Manor Senior Housing Divison, 619 Division Street, Sapulpa, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 August 7, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Pre-registration required - $30 fee

Time & Location: 1:00 pm @ The Broadway Center, 212 N Broadway, Sayre, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy McFarlin 580-928-2139
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 August 8, 2017 - OHCE Leader Lessons
Description: OHCE Quarterly Leaders Lessons

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Pontotoc County Agri Plex, 1700 N Broadway, Ada, OK map & directions
Contact: Janna Kelley 580-332-2153
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 August 8, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resislence
Description: Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help Their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/seperating couples and those custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. $ 30 Fee Pre- registration required.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Greer Co. OSU Extension Office, 108 S. Pennsylvania, Mangum, OK map & directions
Contact: Cheryl Lively 580-782-5502
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 August 8, 2017 - Oklahoma PRIDE - A Job Training Program
Description: Oklahoma PRIDE - Producing Resourceful, Informed, Devoted Employees. This program teaches customer service skills to employees and increases community pride. Employers may choose to have their entire staff attend a similar training. Please call our office to schedule a program for your business.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Coal County OSU Extension Center, 1501 South Broadway, Coalgate, OK map & directions
Contact: Kelsey Ratcliff (580) 927-2262
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their job readiness skills for better employment opportunities and economic development

 August 9, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Pre-registration required - $30 fee.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Great Plains Technology Center , 4500 SW Lee Blvd, Lawton, OK map & directions
Contact: Lynn Null 580-355-1176
Outcome: Oklahoma children, youth, and adults will be successful and resilient

 August 9, 2017 - Co-Parenting for Resilience
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children's healthy adjustment to their parents separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. $30 registration fee must be paid with registration. Pre-registration is REQUIRED, PO Box 519 El Reno OK 73036.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Mabel C Fry Library, 1200 Lakeshore Drive, Yukon, OK map & directions
Contact: Canadian County Extension 405-262-0155
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 August 9, 2017 - Bridging the Gap of OHCE Members
Description: OHCE members would like to host monthly activities with their Educator. These activities are to invite potential new members and for the established members to get more acquainted.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Creek County Extension Office, 17806 W HWY 66, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Other Extension Programming

 August 9, 2017 - COACH Exercise (Connecting Oder Adults & Community Health)
Description: Exercise for Seniors. A way to get fit and meet new people. There is 30 minutes of exercise and 30 minutes of line dancing.

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Kellyville City Hall, 410 East Buffalo, Kellyville, OK map & directions
Contact: Nancy D. Self 918-224-2192
Outcome: Oklahomans will prevent/reduce hazards that could harm their health, well being and safety in their homes and communities

 August 9, 2017 - Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program
Description: Participants who struggle with arthritis will gain strength and mobility by taking these once a month exercise classes. Participants will learn exercises to continue doing on their own each month. The program meets every 2nd Wednesday.

Time & Location: 3:00PM @ Kingfisher County Fairgrounds Exhibit Building, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 August 10, 2017 - LEAD:Live Well, Eat Well and Be Active With Diabetes
Description: Part 2 of 3: This is a 3-part series that will be offered February 10, 17 and 24 from noon to 1:00. This program is open to anyone with type 2 diabetes and their families.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Prague Library, 811 Manvel Ste 2, Chandler, OK map & directions
Contact: Jessica Riggin 4052580560
Outcome: Oklahomans will maintain or improve their health through safe and healthy food and physical activity choices

 August 10, 2017 - OHCE Meeting
Description: Oklahoma Home and Community Education monthly meeting

Time & Location: 10:00AM @ Fairgrounds, 464101 E. 1070 RD, Sallisaw, OK map & directions
Contact: April Cole 9187754838
Outcome:

 August 11, 2017 - Pathways to Success
Description: An inclusive program to equip participants with knowledge for better success in life

Time & Location: 2:00PM @ CASC, 1601 S Opdyke St, Sallisaw, OK map & directions
Contact: April Cole 9187754838
Outcome:

 August 12, 2017 - Co-parenting for Resiliency
Description: Co-Parenting for Resilience: Helping Parents Help their Children. Divorcing and separating couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle and by learning effective strategies to promote their children’s healthy adjustment to their parent’s separation. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. The class will start promptly at 9AM and will end at 12PM. Cost: $35

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Kingfisher County Extension Office, 124 E. Sheridan, Room 204, Kingfisher, OK map & directions
Contact: Lindy Hoel 4053753822
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce

 August 14, 2017 - Co-Parenting
Description: Co-Parenting For Resilience is about a four hour workshop that teaches parents how to help their children adjust to their changing family structures. Divorcing couples will benefit by learning techniques to transition into their new "co-parenting" lifestyle. This class also satisfies the court mandated requirement for divorcing/separating couples and those seeking custody, visitation or paternity of minor children in Oklahoma. Cost of the class is $30. If not received three business days prior to class date, cost is $40. You will receive certificate of completion instantly after you complete class. Non-refundable. Payable by money order, check or cash. Make checks payable to OSU Extension. Do not mail cash. Unable to accept credit/debit cards. GPS WILL NOT correctly direct you to our office. Please call for directions or see the map on our website under Location at: http://oces.okstate.edu/seminole (straight across from big white building) From North side of Wewoka -about 1m West of Wewoka on Hwy 270 then south on 365 road about quarter mile. Straight across from big white building behind nursing home. Look for orange signs.

Time & Location: 1:00PM @ Seminole County OSU Extension, 12827 NS 3650, Wewoka, OK map & directions
Contact: Megan Anderson 405-257-5433
Outcome: Oklahoma couples will reduce negative effects from potential separation and/or divorce