Events

Thursday, April 13

2017 Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival

The 36th Annual Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival brings 250+ new feature length and short narrative and documentary films representing 70+ countries to audiences throughout the region.

Austin Youth Baseball Registration

Registration is happening now through Saturday, April 15, 2017 for Austin Youth Baseball

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.

Movers for Moms®

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK- Rochester, MN with be partnering with local organizations in Rochester to collect donations. Collections will run until May 1. The donated items will be taken to the Rochester...

Bus trip to Minneapolis Institute of Art

Attend lecture about British Museum prints and drawings collection. Docent tour of Guillermo del Toro exhibit.

Winona State University Health Fair

Valuable health information, resources, and handouts will be provided!

Rochester Area Keyboard Club

The Keyboard Club will host its annual Spring Brunch and Humoresque, with a light-hearted display of the talents of its members and friends.

Baby Time

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

Diabetes Self Management Training

Come join Hy-Vee and 125live for a 7 week program to help control diabetes and get in shape!

Poet & Artist Collaboration

Crossings’ 16th Annual Poet-Artist Collaboration exhibit celebrates a pairing of two art forms. Read the poems and determine for yourself how the artists were inspired.

Rochester Connection Coffee Social

Looking for Rochester’s best cup of coffee? Join us for our coffee social; we pick a different location around town each month so that you get to see all that Rochester has to offer. It's a great...

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.)

Environmental Justice, People, and Urban Ecology presentation at RCTC

RCTC's Environmental Science program is pleased to announce that Dr. Charles Nilon will be presenting on Thursday, April 13 at 12:00 noon in the Hill Theatre. Dr. Charles Nilon is a Professor of...

Labovitz MBA Information Session

Join us for lunch and to learn about Rochester's most elite MBA program. It meets on an in-person, weekend schedule perfect for the working adult. Don't miss your chance to change your future!

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.

One on One English Conversation

Practice your English skills through conversation with English speakers. Offering writing review as well. Open to adult, non-native English speakers.

RCTC LIFE Program Presents “Climate Change and Your Health” with Nissa Tupper, Climate and Health Program Planner, MN Dept of Health

Join this discussion to learn more about climate changes in Minnesota, potential impacts on public health, who’s most vulnerable, and what actions you can take to build resilience and strengthen...

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.

Confirmation Camp

Confirmation classes have a memorable adventure in faith-building during this week! Church groups spend time each morning with their pastor or a confirmation leader exploring faith topics in...

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.

q club - Reach One Teach One

A safe and welcoming meet-up for LGBTQ teens and allies, ages 13-18! Hang out, make friends and have fun at this club just for you. From March through June,q club is partnering with Planned...

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.

Discover the Human Library

Check out a “Human Book” and have a meaningful conversation with people from different beliefs, experiences, and histories. You will have the opportunity to listen, to ask questions, and to...

Adult Mental Health First Aid

Federal legislation funded the development of this evidence-based program to train individuals to assist someone experiencing a mental health related crisis, just as CPR helps assist an individual...

RCTC LIFE and Global Minnesota (previously known as the MN International Center) Present: Latest Update on UN Negotiations to Ban Nuclear Weapons

Negotiations at the UN for a new international treaty to ban all nuclear weapons worldwide started in New York on 27th March. This is the most significant development on the nuclear weapons front...

The best and the brightest of new wine makers

Tyler Melton from Libation Project will take us on a journey to try some of the most interesting wine from the “cool kids” all across the globe. We will taste a variety of wine from a variety of...

Woodworking-Beginning/Advanced

Topics covered: planning, purchasing materials, machining and finishing. You must furnish your own materials and are encouraged to bring them the first night of class.

Early Childhood Parenting Made Fun!

Join us for laughs & practical, proven techniques that work for all parents, kids, and families. Set limits and end battles to create cooperation rather than chaos

Rochester Area FreeThinkers Monthly Meeting

RAFT is a social/educational group for the non-religious. The monthly meeting is a chance to meet other atheists, agnostics, humanists, etc.

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...

Zumbro Watershed Speaker Series: The State of the Zumbro River

Learn what challenges the Zumbro River is facing, where our river pollution is coming from, and what we can do to work for “Cleaner Water and Fewer Floods” in the region. Mike Walerak with the...

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 April Meeting: Following Clues from the Census

Jay Fonkert, Certified Genealogist / Past President of the MN Genealogical Society will be speaking about census records. Learn how to use all the information in the census to find your ancestors...

Woodcock Watch Field Trip

Every spring the Woodcock perform one of the strangest and most interesting mating rituals. We will observe it up close, beginning at dusk. Meet near the entrance at Chester Woods County Park at...

DJ Slipp Live@ Kathy's Pub

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

Thursday, April 13