LRA-3336

Planning to take a trip? Explore how airfare pricing works and best practices for booking your next trip.

Tuition $0

Hours: 1

LRA-3337

Interested in learning how to travel stress-free? Join us as we explore the stress points of travel and practice ways to manage stress.

Tuition $0

Hours: 1

LRA-3338

Interested in international travel? Discover factors that make international travel safe and secure.

Tuition $0

Hours: 1

LRA-3339

Anyone who travels across time zones experiences jetlag. Explore causes for jetlag and ways to minimize its effects.

Tuition $0

Hours: 1

LRA-3521

Don't let skipping chains and flat tires get in the way of you and the road! This hands-on class will cover bike tune-up and maintenance, which includes tire and tube replacement, chain maintenance, brake adjustment, and simple derailleur adjustment. Bring your bicycle.

Tuition $45

Hours: 6

LRA-3526

Make this year your best experience by adding the newest and best crappie-catching techniques relevant to fishing waters in and around northeastern Oklahoma. Learn about equipment for anglers of all skill levels to catch year-round. Explore a variety of techniques ranging from fishing shallow to deep from our expert instructors: John Godwin, Dick Faurot, Tess Maune, Matt Mattioda, and Josh Jones. Includes in-depth information about new game-changing electronics. Lunch, lure samples, and entry into door-prize drawings included.

Tuition $99

Hours: 8

LRA-3527

Expand your skills with the newest and best fishing techniques from our presenters: Edwin Evers, Ned Kehde, Andrew Upshaw, and Barry Stokes. Using the latest innovations in equipment, including live scanning sonar, for today’s fishermen of all skill levels that is relevant to bass waters across Oklahoma and throughout the region. Examine some of today’s hottest topics; Ned Rig finesse fishing, topwater tactics, drop shotting, bottom bugging as well as an in-depth session on new game-changing electronics. Lure samples and entry into door-prize drawings included. Class one on 1/29 will be held at the Riverside Campus located at 801 E. 91st St., Tulsa, OK. The following 3 classes (2/3, 2/10 & 2/18) will be held at the Owasso Campus located at 10800 N. 137th St., Owasso, OK.

Hours: 8

TXDM-3333

Interested in starting a new hobby or pursuing a career in taxidermy? Develop a working knowledge of the principles with an introduction to bird, big game, shoulder mounts, and life-size and pedestal mammal mounts. Demonstrations with birds, big game, and exposure to novelty taxidermy. Gain hands-on experience in skinning birds, deer, and waterfowl.

Book cost $30

Tuition $145

Hours: 15

TXDM-3336

Prerequisite: TXDM-3333.

Continue to build on your intermediate taxidermy skills as you gain experience in the use of tools, materials, and techniques in the preparation of big game mounts. You will learn what materials are needed for big game (deer size) taxidermy, and gain knowledge of specific mounting techniques, big game reference material, habitat references, tanning techniques, displaying technique, and finishing touches that lend to artistic realistic mounts by addressing anatomy.

Book cost $30

Supply fee $52

Tuition $245

Hours: 30

TXDM-3338

Prerequisite: TXDM-3333.

Designed to give you hands-on experience in mounting small mammals for a new hobby or pursuing a career in taxidermy. You will mount a life-size fox squirrel, enriching the working knowledge of taxidermy principles that can be used to prepare all life-size mammals.

Supply fee $50

Tuition $245

Hours: 30

TXDM-3339

Prerequisite: TXDM-3333.

Gain experience in the use of tools, materials, and techniques in the preparation of bird mounts. Learn materials needed for bird anatomy, knowledge of specific mounting techniques, bird reference materials, habitat references, preserving and displaying techniques, and finishing touches that lend to realistic mounts in authentic habitats. Additional supply purchases required.

Book cost $67

Supply fee $30

Tuition $245

Hours: 30