Events

Monday, April 17

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.

Honors Choirs

Harmony for Mayo series. 12:10 p.m. to 1 p.m. Free.

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...

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.

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.

Child Abuse Prevention - Brown Bag Seminars

April is Child Abuse Prevention month. Voices for Children of Olmsted County has organized four brown bag lunch seminars during the month of April. It is our goal to spread awareness and...

 RCTC LIFE Program Presents “Off the Paved Path” with John Weiss

For more than 40 years, John Weiss has explored the region as the Post-Bulletin’s outdoors writer. Many of his trips have taken him off the paved paths to places perhaps less well known than paved...

Community Grief Support Groups

Hosted by Mayo Clinic Hospice, Community Grief Support Groups

Living Well with Chronic Conditions (LWCC)

Are you looking for new ways to better manage your health? Registration is open now!

T'ai Chi Easy

A class of qigong and tai chi movements. Benefits may include stress reduction, increased creativity, heightened energy and improved physical and emotional well-being. Taught by certified Tai Chi...

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 depth....

T'ai Chi Chih - Advanced

A class learning additional basic Tai Chi Chih movements - moving meditation practice, gentle and easy to learn. Taught by certified Tai Chi Chih instructor.

Teen Crafternoon: Printmaking

Explore the basics of printmaking using found objects, stamps, and more! Bring your creativity, we'll provide all the supplies you need. TeenScape programs are for teens in grades 7-12.

American Business Women's Association Meeting

Our Vision is to support, mentor and encourage each other personally and professionally throughout our community. Our members are a diverse group of women of all ages from a variety of businesses.

Community Grief Support Groups

Hosted by Mayo Clinic Hospice, Community Grief Support Groups

Screening of "Bill Nye's Global Meltdown"

Come see Bill Nye explain to us what is happening to our climate in this amazing film. He will make you think and amuse you at the same time, as only Bill Nye can!

Writing Memoirs and Personal Stories

Discover how to find, sort through, and craft your memories and turn them into a memoir or a “tellable” personal story.

IEEE Lecture:  Using Modern Web Architecture to Serve Those Who Feed Their Community.

This talk will be about an entrepreneurship company that is using modern web architecture to serve those who feed their community and how the world of modern agriculture is changing fast. As many...

Improv Workshop for Beginners

Each session we will learn and practice improvisational skills in a fun, supportive, and safe environment for the beginner. We will play improv games and, time permitting, do some scene work....

Trivia

Trivia is hosted each Monday night from 7-9 p.m. Four rounds and winners win crowlers of Forager beer!

Yoga for Beginners

This beginner class will introduce you to everything you need to know to start your yoga practice -- from breath to alignment. Led by Sara Atkinson. Please register via MindBody.

Monday, April 17