Events

Monday, September 25

Art Exhibit: ‘Homage to the Home Town’ by Betsy Bowen

Betsy Bowen is an illustrator of both the wildlife and domestic life that takes place around her longtime home near Grand Marais on Minnesota’s North Shore. “Homage to the Home Town” is a compiled...

Auditions for radio-style Christmas show

Original script by Greg Miller. Singers, dancers and actors welcome. Come with pieces ready to perform. Performance dates: Dec. 1 and 2.

John McCutcheon

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

10th Annual Septoberfest

Wabasha-Kellogg's 10th Annual Septoberfest Celebration

Flu Shot with Hy-Vee

Protect yourself and those you love. Influenza is serious and an annual vaccine is the best protection. High-dose trivalent injectable vaccine is available (and recommended) for those over 65....

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.

Create a Stained Glass Window

Create your leaded stained glass in this five week series using the easy-to-use Morton System of assembly.

Exhibit of Work by Nancy Grist and Kristine Fretheim

The exhibit will be on display at Crossings until October 21, with an artist’s reception to take place on Saturday, September 16 from 6:00-7:15. The public is invited to this free event which will...

Oktoberfest Custom Beer Stein Workshop

Create a custom one of a kind ceramic beer stein in the 125 LIVE ceramics studio under the supervision of 125 LIVE's Chad Allen. Construct your stein from a flat slab of clay and decorate it any...

John McCutcheon at Harmony for Mayo

Nationally renowned folk musician, multi-instrumentalist and storyteller John McCutcheon performs at the Mayo Clinic on September 25 as part of its Harmony for Mayo series.

Play Mah Jongg

Come have fun with Mah Jongg! Four people sit around a table, each with card of various numbers and colors, arranged like a secret code and tiles are exchanged in a pattern used for almost 100...

Mystery Book Group

Join us at the Mystery Book Group. Today we will be discussing - An Edgar Prize Winner

RCTC Learning Is ForEver (LIFE) Presents Poets’ Roundtable with Jane Callahan, Susan McMillan, Peter Stein

Poets’ Roundtable will be a chance for participants to read and share their own poetry as well as poetry published by others.

Saint Marys Hospital:  1889-1953, An Architectural Historyt

This presentation brings together facts pertaining to the important architectural history of the original hospital building.

T'ai Chi Easy

A class of qigong and tai chi movements. Taught by certified Tai Chi Chia instructor. Dress comfortably. No previous experience needed.

T'ai Chi Chih - Advanced

A class learning additional basic Tai Chi Chih movements - moving meditation practice, gentle and easy to learn. Dress comfortably. Must have had beginning sessions or previous experience.

Sit Stay Read

Kids are invited to practice reading aloud for 15 minutes with a certified therapy animal. Caregivers are asked to remain in the library. No pre-registration. In person registration will begin 30...

FCA Youth Flag Football League

The Rochester Area FCA Youth Flag Football League is for boys and girls in grades 1-8 (Fall 2017) who want to develop their football skills, grow as an athlete through teamwork, and build their...

American Sign Language

Expressive and receptive skills will be developed in vocabulary, fingerspelling, and number concepts.

Create a Stained Glass Window

Create your leaded stained glass in this five week series using the easy-to-use Morton System of assembly.

Manhattan Project's Secret Weapon

When the United States was attacked at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, one thing became abundantly clear: the atomic bomb project would need to move forward, and at a breakneck pace. Dr. Harley...

RCTC Learning Is ForEver (LIFE) Presents The Manhattan Project's Secret Weapon Dr. Wilhelm with Teresa Wilhelm Waldof

The man who grew up as a sharecropper's son in southern Iowa was an unlikely character to change world history. His life, from country bumpkin to prolific inventor and Manhattan Project scientist,...

Rochester Connection Dinner Social

New in town or looking for ways to meet new people? Join us! Please RSVP admin@rochesternewcomersconnection.com or call us. This month we are meeting at Dooley's Pub.

Saint Marys Hospital:  1889-1953, An Architectural Historyt

This presentation brings together facts pertaining to the important architectural history of the original hospital building.

Improv Workshop for Beginners

Each session we will learn and practice improvisational skills in a fun, supportive, and safe environment for the beginner. Register online or by calling 507.328.2309.

Trivia

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

Okinawan Karate & Weapons-Intro to Okinawan Martial Arts

The island of Okinawa is the birthplace of karate, empty handed self-defense. It is also the home of Okinawan weapons.

Monday, September 25