Would you like to learn archery? Join Coach Joseph Pike, a Level-3 United States Archery Association Archery Instructor, for this beginner adult archery class. You’ll learn to safely handle and shoot an arrow with a bow, increase hand-eye coordination, strengthen your upper body, improve your focus and confidence, and have loads of fun.
Registration required by 5p the day before class begins.
$70/$140 per month First time class participants must be there 45 minutes before start of class so that instructor can give you an overview before physically using bows.
Improve your safety and comfort behind the wheel. This program is designed to help seniors adjust their "CarFit" in order to reduce their risk of injury during a crash by making the proper adjustments for comfort and safety. This process is only about 15 minutes long and you can even stay in your car for convenience! Preregister by calling (727) 518-3131.
Brought to you by the Largo Community Center and the Largo Police Department.
December 1, January 5, February 2, March 2, April 27Thursday1-4pm
Get ready for the fall holiday season with Pam as she teaches you the ins and out of baking. Pam will supply all the ingredients and recipes to make your fall sparkle. Amaze your friends with your culinary expertise. Register in person at the Largo Community Center. Call 727-518-3131 for more information.
Dec 1 Holiday Baking
Jan 5 Lettuce make Salads Feb 2 Soups on Again Mar 2 Sweet Treats Apr 27 Elegant Dinner for 2
Spark your child’s interest in STEM and have lots of fun in this one-hour class meant to explore how the world uses robotics and get hands-on experience interacting with Sphero robots, Ozobots, and more. This class is intended as an introduction to robotics to encourage creative problem-solving and exploration for those who may be interested but have never taken a robotics class before. Now is the time to try it out! All equipment will be provided and the instructor will help with where you can purchase your own kit at the end of class to continue at home.
Registration is required by February 15 at 5p. Cost: $7 per person
This class was rescheduled from Jan 19 to Feb 16. (All current registrants have been called and/or emailed)
This ongoing monthly class will cover subjects in watercolor, drawing & pottery. (Additional $15 supply fee due to instructor on pottery months.) Preregistration preferred. $36 member /$72 nonmember. Drop-in fee available $13 each class.
This on-going monthly class will cover subjects in watercolor, drawing & pottery. (Additional $15 supply fee due to instructor on pottery months.) Preregistration preferred $30 member/$60 nonmember. Drop-in fee available $13 each class.
Unleash your inner detective and unravel the mysteries of Nature. Every month a new mystery will be investigated. Fun explorations will be had with activities that surround a topic. Detectives that are ages 5 & 6 require an adult detective partner that must pay admission. Preregistration is strongly recommended. Space is limited.
Southwest Recreation Complex and Highland Recreation Complex
By Appointment OnlyDuring Open Facility Hours
Ages: Grades K-5
Paul Bosacki is a teacher and tutor for 31 years in reading, writing and grades K-3 math. Parents, if you feel your child could use a little help to get them to where they need to be contact Mr. B for a consultation on what your child's needs are. A schedule will be worked that's best for you and your child. All tutoring will be held at Southwest or Highland Recreation during open business hours. Tutoring session will be for one hour and group sessions are available with a max of three.
Contact to set up an appointment: Paul Bosacki | (727)460-8223 | email@example.com Tutoring session will be for one hour and group sessions are available with a max of three. Membership required
Make social connections with like minded people. Bring your uke and your favorite song. Learn new tips as others share their skills and share your own with this casual group. Beginners are encouraged to attend. Those who like to sing are also encouraged to join in.
Learn the basics of archery in a fun and safe environment with proper techniques of shooting a bow and arrow. Compete with fun activities, make new friends, and have a blast! Equipment provided. Space is limited. Preregistration is strongly recommended.
Explore the world of the Tocobaga Indians who inhabited Pinellas County hundreds of years ago, learn about their society, what animals they ate, why they disappeared and see some real Florida fossils. $4 per person (3 and Under is Free)