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Princess Cafe Lecture Series at the History Center from 9am-10am
Coffee and Cookies provided
John Weiss presents, "The Wild Zumbro River"
Annual citywide event to raise awareness and funds for cancer research at The Hormel Institute. Full schedule includes the Paint the Town Pink hockey game, Plunge for Pink polar plunge, Fishing for...
Lanesboro Arts presents ‘Currents of Change,’ a companion art exhibit to the Smithsonian Institute’s Museum on Main Street Water/Ways exhibition that pairs historical water photos of Lanesboro with...
A companion art exhibit to the Smithsonian Water/Ways exhibition that pairs historical water photos of Lanesboro with artworks interpreting those photos by Mary Solberg, Jamie Heiden, Paul Brokken,...
Stories, songs, and fun for you and your preschooler.
Water/Ways reveals the central nature of water on our lives by exploring how Americans use water, how water unites communities, how water affects every element of life, and how Americans care for...
We Are Water MN is an interactive story collecting exhibit that focuses on individuals’ relationships with and responsibilities to water. We Are Water MN shares information on water quality around...
Radiation Oncologist Dr. Jaden Evans, MD will discuss how radiation therapy is used for treatment of prostate cancer metastases.
We will look at Cather’s unconventional life and her most beloved novel, My Antonia in session one. In session two, we will discuss five of her short works: “The Enchanted Bluff,” “Coming,...
Let's travel to Rio, Paris and other exotic places with Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.
A librarian will assist you in using our genealogical databases, or refer to other sources of information for finding out more about your ancestors. Register online or by calling 507.328.2309.
Sister Joan Chittister suggests, in her book Happiness, that it is a personal quality to be learned and mastered. This book is meant for both discussion and reflection.
Staff from Zumbro Valley Health Center will be available to answer questions and provide information on homelessness, mental health and chemical dependency issues.
Let's talk nonfiction book-A People's History of the United States, by Howard Zinn.
Science. Art. Talk. Share. Make. Learn. Explore.
Bring your computer and eBook reader questions to this drop-in class. Librarians will be there to answer your basic questions.
Tax coaches will be available to help with tax filing with online software MyFreeTaxes. Individuals & Families who made $60,000 or less last year can file both federal and state online for free.
Need help with an application? Resume? Job Search? A career counselor will be available for one-on-one assistance with employment issues. No appointment needed.
An open group of independent filmmakers, both aspiring and established, who meet weekly to share ideas and collaborate.
Wykoff Lions Monthly Meeting
Olympics Speaker: Janet Antonson
6 p.m. Wednesday, February 8, Gateway Inn, Wykoff
FRENCH WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES Tony is admitted to a rehabilitation center after a serious ski accident. Dependent on the medical staff and pain relievers, she takes time to look back on a turbulent...
Tout a Trac theater from Montreal.
Listen and learn about 28 endemic bird species on the island of Cuba.
Seven week class based on the Harry Potter book series.
An exciting up-and-coming singer/guitarist/songwriter of contemporary blues and rock music -- Cole Allen is playing live at Forager Brewery.
Rochester coronary club is meeting - its educational and social.
Want to improve your Spanish conversation skills? Drop in, no matter what your skill level, and learn by doing.
Which Lives Matter? is a production by Monti Washington in celebration of Black History Month.