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 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

 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

 April 7, 2017 - The Heritage of Barn Quilts
Description: Participants will learn the Heritage of Barn Quilts and the significant that they had in early day. Participants who choose to will complete a painted barn quilt.

Time & Location: 9:00AM @ Enid, Enid, Enid, OK map & directions
Contact: Radonna Sawatzky 580-323-2291
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their job readiness skills for better employment opportunities and economic development

 April 7, 2017 - Checks & Balances
Description: Class #1- 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 class will run from 10:30AM-11:30AM.

Time & Location: 10:30AM @ Hugo Public Library, 703 E. Jackson St., Hugo, OK map & directions
Contact: Lauren Wren 580-326-3359
Outcome: Oklahomans will increase their financial readiness for life events