Planning for disability or death is never pleasant. However, it is an important part of identifying what you want done when something like this happens to you and helping those around you carry out your wishes. An enduring power of attorney, a personal directive, and a will are basic to building your plan.
With them you can set out respectively:
Who will handle your financial affairs and how, if you become mentally incompetent
If you become mentally incompetent, who will handle your medical and other personal life decisions and the kinds of choices they can make for you
How you want your estate to be dealt with at your death
In this presentation you’ll learn about these basic legal tools and what’s involved in acquiring them. You’ll also learn about the changes brought about by the Wills and Succession Act, recent legislation in this area.
Learn to Fight Like A Girl! This is not 'just another Self Defense Class'. Learn effective escape techniques and increased awareness techniques.
Pre-registration and payment required
This hands on course is geared to teach you the basics of vehicle maintenance. You will learn important information about your tires, symbols and gauges in your dashboard, checking oil, condition of wiper blades, changing wiper blades and more. Discuss different roadside assistance options. Get familiar with your vehicle manual and maintenance booklet.
This course runs from 8:00am - as late as 8:00pm.
This is a firearms safety course focusing on restricted firearms (primarily handguns). Some topics covered in this course includes (but is not limited to) evolution of firearms, major parts, types and actions, safety practices, ammunition, and firing techniques and procedures.
Please bring Government issued picture ID such as Drivers License, Passport, or Provincial ID Card.
This course will take place at GPRC, Hinton Campus, 247 Pembina Avenue.
Want to learn how to can and preserve healthy foods? Join us for the first of our canning workshop series. We will be making pickled beets from scratch! Participants will be taking home their own portion and easy to follow recipes to share with their friends and family! Register early as space is limited!
All operators of powered watercraft used for recreational purposes within Canada require the card as of September 15, 2009. Study and take your exam here, get extra support from our staff if needed. This normally takes a full day to complete. Laptops available if needed.
Learn how to prevent identity theft. Identity theft is on the rise and it can easily happen to anyone. Take charge, don't let it ruin your life. This two hour workshop will give you the tools to help prevent someone from stealing your identity.
Cost: Bring a donation to the food bank
Join us for a free relaxing and fun book and movie club. We will meet two nights a month, and refreshments will be provided. The book for the month will be available for pick up prior to the first class at Hinton Employment and Learning Place.
Book rental and refreshments will be available for free!
Come join us in building your own Christmas Centerpiece under the guidance of a florist, Denise Stieben. This class will give you the basic knowledge and know how to put a floral arrangement together. Come have a relaxing time while creating your very own unique, festive design.