Adult Enrichment
Course Category
About Adult Enrichment

Learn something new every day! The District 622 Adult Enrichment program is a leader in providing educational opportunities that are close to home, affordable and top quality.

Featured Courses

  • "Hobby" Farm

    Summer Day Camp for AdultsThis one-day camp is designed for active adults who want to experience the outdoors while staying close to home. Take this opportunity to try a new activity or revisit one that you haven’t done for years. Several outdoor naturalist programs are included to make this camp a learning and recreational experience. You may even develop a new outdoor “hobby” after today and you’ll definitely meet others who share your interests. Following an opening welcome by the National Park Service Outdoor Recreation Planner, Randy Thoreson, "campers" will participate in the various activities they have chosen for the day. Camp fee includes lunch and snacks. Some activities all "campers" will participate in plus you have your choice of additional activities.  When registering please choose 6 activities from the list below and put them in your order of preference (Bicycle Trek and Learn To Kayak will require two activity slots). We will make every attempt to get you into your top choices as space allows. Activity registration will be assigned on a first come, first served basis: All gear, supplies and equipment for the various activities provided with the exception of the Bike Trek - bring your own bike and helmet.Activity Choices: Bicycle Trek with safety check of your bike - bring own bike and helmet to camp Learn to Kayak - all kayaking/safety equipment provided, wear shoes that can get wet. No previous kayaking experience necessary. Nordic Walking - Includes  instruction and then a hike around the grounds  Bird Identification - Hike with a naturalist that includes birding and instruction on successful birding Forest Garden Tour - Brief walk with a naturalist to a native forest garden that includes discussion of the various plants found in the specific garden and their values to the ecosystem.  Archery - Instruction and fun! Container Gardening - Discussion of types of plants and make a herb container garden to take with you  Laughter Yoga - Laugh and then laugh some more! Don't let the name fool you, there is no "Down Dog"(yoga pose) in this incredibly fun session.  Raising Backyard Chickens - If you are considering raising chickens you won't want to miss this informational session Beekeeping - - If you are considering keeping bees you won't want to miss this informational session Registration deadline is June 30, 2017Sponsored by ISD 622 Community Education, Oakdale Recreation, and Wahoo! Adventures
  • Yoga

    Increase your strength, flexibility and your ability to focus and relax. Classes include breathing exercises, postures and final relaxation. Yoga is practiced without wearing socks or shoes. Wear comfortable clothing and bring a yoga mat and water.