Events

Thursday, March 9

BookBike at Bravo Espresso (University Square, Skyway Level)

Visit the award-winning BookBike to check out books, get a library card, or share stories and ideas! Librarian Powered, Community Inspired.

Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program

Anyone 60+ with arthritis, chronic pain, or wishes to begin a low impact program. No registration necessary.

Bus trip to Minneapolis Institute of Art

Rochester group will attend lecture by Shigeru Ban, Japanese architect, and tour "A Taste of Asia." Bus leaves from Kahler Apache.

Rochester Area Keyboard Club

Dr. Mary Tollefson, an associate professor of piano at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, will present on "Tenacity in Teaching."

Baby Time

Bring in your baby for rhymes, songs and stories just right for little ones (birth to 18 months).

Rochester Connection Coffee Social

Looking for Rochester’s best cup of coffee and great conversation? Join us for our Coffee social! This month we will be meeting at Daube's Bakery.

U.S. Policy Towards Africa, an RCTC LIFE program

A description of the history of poverty in Africa, and how the United States foreign policy has addresses African countries and issues. Presented by Patrick Plonski, PhD.

Toddler Time

Special stories and songs for active toddlers (ages 18 months to 3 years).

Together Time

Bring your babies and toddlers to this drop-in play time for the youngest library users. (Birth to 3 years.)

Computer & eBook Drop-In

Bring your computer and eBook reader questions to this drop-in class. Librarians will be there to answer your basic questions.

World Development Problems, an RCTC LIFE program

A description of the state of global poverty, the causes for this poverty, and solutions that have been explored. Presented by Patrick Plonski, PhD

Homeschool Toy Share

Bored being stuck at home with the same old toys this winter? Come to the library to try out new toys and make new friends! Bring a blanket to claim your space and a toy to share.

Code Club for Homeschoolers

Interested in what makes computers, video games and websites work? It's all code! In Code Club we will use different programs to learn the basics of coding. Register online or by calling 507.328.2303.

Code Club

Interested in what makes computers, video games and websites work? It's all code! In Code Club we will use different programs to learn the basics of coding. Register online or by calling 507.328.2303.

Girls Night Out in Zumbrota

Come celebrate your femininity with the downtown shops in Zumbrota. Wine, hot cocoa, cheese and fruit, fancy crackers, chocolate and other treats will cheer you. Many of the shops have special...

Zine*O*Cide

Collaborate with other Rochester teens to make a zine to share your passions and interests! Bring your ideas and creativity - we'll provide the supplies and snacks.

Fit & Strong Program

Fit and Strong is an exercise and health behavior change program for adults with osteoarthritis. Register online or by calling 507.328.2309.

Early Childhood Parenting Made Fun!

Join us for laughs & practical, proven techniques that work for all parents, kids, and families. End power struggles and get more control by giving some away

A Time for Women

Time to relax, enjoy and connect with other women.

Documentary& Discussion: The Mask You Live In

The Mask You Live In follows boys and young men as they struggle to stay true to themselves while negotiating America’s narrow definition of masculinity. Following the documentary there will be a...

Oliver! The Musical

LeRoy-Ostrander and Southland Schools Drama present, "Oliver! The Musical", at the Southland Public School Auditorium, in Adams, MN

Southeastern Minnesota Beekeepers Association (SEMBA) meeting

At 6:30 come and join "The Buzz" -- an informal opportunity to discuss any topic related to beekeeping. At 7pm, we have our regular meeting -- always an informational presentation on beekeeping and...

C4 Open Mic Night At Cafe Steam

Poetry, spoken word, music, performing artists of all kind are welcomed to the stage at Cafe Steam as a part of the C4 sponsored Open Mic Night.

Donation-Based Yoga Class

Please join our Prana Vinyasa yoga teachers in training as we hold a live teaching lab every Thursday evening. Pay what you can at the door. All experience levels are welcome. Please register via...

English Conversation Group

Practice your English in an informal, relaxed group setting. Just drop in; no registration required.

OCGS March Meeting: Cemetery Memorials

Olmsted County Genealogical Society's March Meeting: “Anything You Want to Know About Cemetery Memorials” Jeffrey L. Anderson, CM, AICA, 4th generation owner of Anderson Memorials, will be...

Sons of Norway Kristiana 1-47

Monthly Meeting. The speaker will be Carrie Heckman from Winona. Her topic will be "Bergenauts: One Family’s Exploration and Impressions of Bergen.”

DJ Slipp Live@ Kathy's Pub

DJ SLipp spins some groovin'and funky tunes every Thursday Night at Kathy's Pub

Thursday, March 9