Life Skill classes are designed to help you and your family learn new skills.
Learn something new, improve your nutrition, or just brush up on old skills. Life Skill classes are low-cost, educational classes that are meant to help you and your family learn and grow as a person. Although most Life Skill classes are free, it's important to register in advance to make sure that you reserve your spot. Sign-up today at The Kroc front desk or register online today! For a complete list of programs, view the Program Guide online.

All Life Skills Classes are Free unless otherwise noted.
$5 donations suggested.


Wednesday, November 5, 6-8pm, Ages 15+
Forgiving someone for a wrong committed can be difficult. But holding on to a grudge actually gives them power over us. In this class, we will talk about the Biblical perspective of forgiveness and how our letting go can actually free us from so much pain. Register online.

Conversations about Dementia
Presented by Alzheimer's Association
Thursday, November 6, 5:30pm-7:30, Ages 18+
When someone is showing signs of dementia, it's time to talk. This class is designed to help you talk with your family about some challenging and often uncomfortable topics around Alzheimer's and dementia. Some of the most difficult conversations that will be discussed are:
• Going to the doctor to get a diagnosis or medical care.
• Deciding when it is necessary to stop driving.
• Making plans for managing finances and legal documents to be sure the person's wishes are carried out and the costs of future care are covered.
Register online.

Overcoming Childhood Obesity
Presented by U of I Extension
Monday, November 10, 5:30-7pm, Ages 15+
Today, children in North Idaho are part of the national trend of being overweight and strug¬gling with obesity. During the 2008-2009 school year, the State Board of Education found 29% of our youth as overweight or obese. Please come and learn more about this national trend and what YOU can do as par-ents, child care providers, and teachers, to help set an example of a healthy lifestyle. Examples of ways to get youth to move more will be shared as well as components of a healthy diet. Register online.

Keys to Creating Healthy Relationships
Tuesday, November 11, 6-8pm, Ages 15+
Even healthy relationships can benefit from education and community, but this becomes especially important when the relationship is unhealthy. Learn how to navigate through substance abuse, self-harm, and the tendency for the victim to cover up abuses. Register online.

Money Management
Presented by Money Management International
Thursday, November 13, 5:30-8pm, Ages 15+
Learn how to better handle your financial situation, create a budget, monitor your progress, manage the flow of income and expenses, comparison shop and protect your assets. Through careful planning and use of money management skills and techniques, you can feel more confident about your ability to live within your means, handle emergencies, reduce debt, and save for the future. Workbook included. Register online.

Raising Children With Grit & Resilience
Monday, November 17, 5-8pm, Ages 18+
Grit-sticking with an issue as long as it takes to master it-and Resilience-the capacity to recover from setbacks-are thought to be traits that help children become successful adults. This workshop will explore how trauma and stress affect the development of these traits; how parents can implement a nurtur¬ing program of these traits; and also discuss evidence-based suggested practices from the nationally prominent practitioner pediatrician, Kenneth R.Ginsburg, MD, MS Ed FAAP. Register online.

A Drugless Approach to Behavioral and Developmental Challenges
Tuesday, November 18, 6-7:30pm, Ages 15+
Millions of adults and children suffer from mild to severe ADD related disorders in our country. Join local doctors and share how to manage and improve the traits associated with ADD, ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, and learning disabilities. They will help you identify and manage the undiagnosed challenges with hyperactivity, impulsively and inattentiveness using natural methods, behavioral and dietary changes. Whether you are a parent, educator or healthcare provider, all are welcome! Be prepared to walk away with a lot of information and resources! Register online.


Kroc Church Sunday Service
Sundays, 10am
We aim to be followers of Jesus 24/7, but Sunday mornings we have an opportunity to gather together and worship as a family. Whether you've been a disciple of Jesus for years, or you are skeptical of Christianity and looking for answers, you are welcome. In our Sunday gather¬ings we will sing, study the Bible together and make time to respond to what God is doing in our lives.

Open Senior Time
Every Tuesday, 12:30-2pm
12:30-2PM: Free Activities in the Zone
11:30AM-12:30PM: Lunch in Kroc Cafe: $3.50

We are redefining the term "senior" at The Kroc Center. This group is all about having fun! Enjoy playing cards, games, crafting, community involvement projects and Live and Learn Moments, which include travel series, workshops, speakers and more! Check out our monthly calendar to stay connected with all the senior happenings throughout the Kroc Center. Coffee provided during regularly scheduled programs. Don't forget the Daily Lunch Special at The Kroc Café is $3.50 on Tuesdays for seniors! Plus, the last Tuesday of Every Month features day trips including Green Bluff, bowling, Christmas shopping and more! 

Medicare 101
Presented by SHIBA
Every last Tuesday of the month, 1pm, Ages 18+
Is Medicare confusing? Do you struggle to keep up with the changes? This class will help you understand your options in the Medicare program so that you will be able to make informed choices about enrollment and coverage. You will learn about SHIBA, a great resource that can help you put together the pieces of Senior Health Insurance Puzzle. You do not need to be enrolled in Medicare to attend this class. Register online.

Women's Bible Study
Thursdays, 10:30am-Noon
All women are welcome to share a time of worship including study, small group discussion, prayer, and fellowship.

Men's Bible Study
Fridays, 6:30-8AM

Join a small group of men as they fellowship and study God's Word together.

Men's Ministry Dinner & A Movie Night
Every 3rd Friday, 6–8PM

Join other men from the Church and community as we share a meal and watch an inspiring movie. Free to attend and the meal is provided.

Kroc Fit45 with ActivTrax
By appointment only. Call 208.763.0637 to schedule an appointment or stop by the Fitness Desk. With ActivTrax you work with one of our certified trainers and they create custom workouts for you to help you meet your fitness goals.

Financial Solutions for You
Money Management International is excited to offer this program to all Kroc members. They will work with you to design a workable budget and develop an action plan to help you take control of your financial situation.
• Free Debt and Budget Counseling (Offered 24/7 by Phone)
• Educational Classes
• Free Debt Management Plans
• Student Loan Counseling
• Housing Counseling (Pre-purchase, Mortgage, and Rent Delinquency Counseling)
Learn more or register online at www.mmiurl.org/kroc or call 887.522.9723.

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Register for a Class Online
Sign-in, fill in the requested class number, and make a secure online payment. Remember to print-out and bring your receipt and waiver with you!

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Contact Us
As The Kroc Center continues to expand and grow, new programs will continually be added according to the needs and demands of the community. If you have a program you would like to see at The Kroc Center, please email programs@kroccda.org.

Are you a Scholarship Member?
Kroc Center scholarship members must obtain 2 Life Skill Credits each year in order to renew their scholarship. Click here to learn more.

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