Tuesday, September 26

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...

Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program

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

10th Annual Septoberfest

Wabasha-Kellogg's 10th Annual Septoberfest Celebration

Living Well With Diabetes

Learn how to "Live Well" with Diabetes

Tai Ji Quan: Moving for Better Balance

Adults of all ages and abilities are encouraged to take advantage of this evidence-based fall prevention exercise program. Facilitated by MJ Moravec. To learn about fees and registration, call...

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...

How your body really works

This is a two part class where you will learn how to design your plate to help your body work like nature intended. Registration preferred 507.328.2309.

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...

 RCTC Learning Is ForEver (LIFE) Presents Political Ethics (is it an oxymoron??) with Tim Penny

Examine whether the term “ethical politician” in an oxymoron – and, if so, whether we, the voters, are to blame.

A Matter of Balance: Managing Concerns About Falls

A class designed to reduce the fear of falling and increase activity levels among older adults. This class takes place on Tuesdays, 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. September 12-October 31. Adults of all...

Literature into Film Bookgroup

Join us to read the book and/or watch the film of classic works of literature. Book and film to be discussed - Brooklyn by Colm Toibin

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...

Information Session

Thinking about pursuing your education? Join us to learn more about our programs.

Create a Stained Glass Window

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

Make-N-Take: Card Making

This month card maker Brittany Strelow will be leading everyone as they make a decorative card. Participants can come anytime between 6-8 PM.

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

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.

Trolls Party

Put your hair in the air! Glow sticks, scrapbooking and sweet acoustics. It's going to be a super fantastic day!

Save a Snag! Protecting habitat for Red-headed Woodpeckers.

Red-headed Woodpeckers were once a common sight in southern Minnesota. Unfortunately they are declining dramatically and rarely seen unless you know exactly where to look. Learn what you can do to...

Stormwater Presents Speaker Series

Troy Erickson, stormwater engineer for the City of Rochester, will discuss the city's best management practices to mitigate the impacts of development or address specific water quality issues.

Trivia Tuesday

Four rounds, 10 questions per round, all focused on the weekly theme. Questions will be read aloud by Trivia Master or you will be given an image. Win a round and get 10 percent off; overall...

UMR CONNECTS: Cambodian Refugees Living in America

Kim Sin will share the untold story of Cambodian refugees living in America. Kim is living the "American Dream". He came to the US penniless as a refugee at the age of 6 years old after a...

Wanted: Women for the Chorus

Zumbro Valley Chorus is looking for women to sing with them. Come and join us.

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.

Tuesday, September 26