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  • "100 Things to Do in the Twin Cities Area" - Online Course

    Start your day with Minnesota Public Radio former host Tom Weber. He will be speaking about his book, "100 Things to Do in the Twin Cities Before You Die." His book is a guide to the most rewarding list of things to do in the Twin Cities. Even if you are familiar with the Twin Cities, several of his suggestions will be a delightful surprise! Copies of Tom's book will be available after class for purchase and signing. This class will be held online. You will receive an email 2 days prior to the class date with directions on how to join the class.
  • "Come From Away" at the Orpheum Theatre, Sunday, September 26

    On 9/11, the world stopped. On 9/12, their stories moved us all. The true story of the small town that welcomed the world, Broadway’s "Come From Away" has won Best Musical all across North America! The show takes you into the heart of the remarkable true story of 7,000 stranded passengers and the small town in Newfoundland that welcomed them. Cultures clashed and nerves ran tight, but uneasiness turned into trust, music soared into the night, and gratitude grew into enduring friendships. Don’t miss this breathtaking new musical written by Tony® nominees Irene Sankoff and David Hein, and helmed by 2017 Tony®-winning Best Director, Christopher Ashley. Newsweek cheers, “It takes you to a place you never want to leave!” * Fee includes coach transportation and main floor theatre ticket (MF3 Z-AA, and MF4 L-R, BB) * 10:30 AM Depart Northrop Parking Lot * 5:30 PM Approximate return * No refunds after Jun 1 * Fee: $99
  • "Linda & Company" at the Ives Auditorium in Bloomington

    Linda & Company features the songs of Linda Ronstadt, spanning the entirety of her career in folk, rock, jazz, and country, plus her legendary collaborations with artists such as Dolly Parton and the Eagles. Lunch: Roast Beef in Gravy, Roadside Potatoes, Vegetable Du Jour, Caesar Salad, Dinner Roll, & Dessert. Fee includes coach bus transportation, lunch, and theater ticket. * 10 AM Depart RCTC Sports Center Parking Lot * 5:30 PM Approximate return * No refunds after Aug. 10 * Fee: $99
  • 1-3 Year Olds Wednesdays (12-42 Months)

    Your energetic little one is growing and trying new things, so establishing routines and being consistent is very important. As your child learns through play and social interactions, you will discuss parenting techniques that help you appreciate the "little things" in your life. Parents move to separate room for discussion.
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  • 1-3 Year Olds Yearlong Fridays (12-42 Months)

    Your energetic little one is growing and trying new things, so establishing routines and being consistent is very important. As your child learns through play and social interactions, you will discuss parenting techniques that help you appreciate the "little things" in your life. Open registration begins in the fall, followed by priority registration for our winter and spring sessions, allowing the group participants to remain together for the entire school year. New participants are welcome to register if space permits. Parents move to a separate room for discussion.
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  • 1-3 Year Olds Yearlong Mondays (12-42 Mo)

    Your energetic little one is growing and trying new things, so establishing routines and being consistent is very important. As your child learns through play and social interactions, you will discuss parenting techniques that help you appreciate the "little things" in your life. Open registration begins in the fall, followed by priority registration for our winter and spring sessions, allowing the group participants to remain together for the entire school year. New participants are welcome to register if space permits. Parents move to a separate room for discussion.
  • 2-3 Year Olds

    Playing, learning, and discovering are the current priorities as your toddler transitions to a preschooler. Explore a variety of skills that can help you nurture and guide your child through these early years. Parents move to a separate room for discussion. Sibling care is available.
  • 2-4 Year Olds

    What strengthens a bond between a parent and child more than playing and learning together? Come and gain knowledge of child growth and development, temperament styles, and discipline techniques. Learn ways to strengthen your relationship with your child to make learning fun and discipline easier. Parents move to a separate room for discussion. Sibling care is available.
  • 2021 Summer of Service (SOS) Session 1 (Gr 5-12)

    SOS is back! Summer of Service is a service based summer program for youth entering grades 5-12. During each two-week session students will work in teams to provide help in and around our community performing a variety of service and volunteer based learning projects. Fridays are designated for Fun Friday activities where we will celebrate our work! Participants must wear an SOS t-Shirt each day. One t-shirt is included with your registration tuition. Returning participants may wear previous years t-shirts as well. Additional SOS t-shirts may be purchased upon registration. A parent/guardian handbook will be emailed to all participants prior to each session start date. Join SOS for two weeks of fun today! *NEW FOR SUMMER 2021* SOS prides itself on providing high impact and meaningful service learning opportunities in and around our community. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, our volunteer and partnership opportunities are limited. In order to continue to provide the most meaningful opportunities available, SOS has transitioned to a half-day camp for 2021. The AM camp will run from 8:00-11:00 AM and the PM camp will run from 12:00-3:00 PM. Students may register for the AM or PM option or may register for both. Students registering for both AM & PM will remain on site under staff supervision between sessions. A bag lunch will be provided to all participants in both AM & PM sessions. Students are encouraged and welcome to register for multiple 2-week sessions if desired but may be repeating similar service work projects. Thank you for your understanding of this year’s changes and thank you for supporting Summer of Service! *All current COVID-19 Prevention Standards under the guidance of Minnesota Departments of Health and Education and the Centers for Disease Control to minimize exposure to the novel coronavirus will be followed. Student Drop-Off/Pick-Up- Supervision and building access will not be available for students prior to or after the scheduled drop-off and pick-up times. We kindly ask all parents/guardians to respect these times to ensure the safety and well-being of our students. AM Session Drop-Off-7:30-8:00 AM Students may NOT be dropped off prior to 7:30 AM AM Session Pick-Up-11:00-11:30 AM All student MUST be picked up promptly at the conclusion of the AM Session. *Students attending both the AM and PM session will remain on site* PM Session Drop-Off-11:30 AM-12:00 PM Students may NOT be dropped off prior to 11:30 AM PM Session Pick-Up-3:00-3:30 PM All student MUST be picked up promptly at the conclusion of the PM Session
  • 2021 Summer of Service (SOS) Session 2 (Gr 5-12)

    SOS is back! Summer of Service is a service based summer program for youth entering grades 5-12. During each two-week session students will work in teams to provide help in and around our community performing a variety of service and volunteer based learning projects. Fridays are designated for Fun Friday activities where we will celebrate our work! Participants must wear an SOS t-Shirt each day. One t-shirt is included with your registration tuition. Returning participants may wear previous years t-shirts as well. Additional SOS t-shirts may be purchased upon registration. A parent/guardian handbook will be emailed to all participants prior to each session start date. Join SOS for two weeks of fun today! *NEW FOR SUMMER 2021* SOS prides itself on providing high impact and meaningful service learning opportunities in and around our community. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, our volunteer and partnership opportunities are limited. In order to continue to provide the most meaningful opportunities available, SOS has transitioned to a half-day camp for 2021. The AM camp will run from 8:00-11:00 AM and the PM camp will run from 12:00-3:00 PM. Students may register for the AM or PM option or may register for both. Students registering for both AM & PM will remain on site under staff supervision between sessions. A bag lunch will be provided to all participants in both AM & PM sessions. Students are encouraged and welcome to register for multiple 2-week sessions if desired but may be repeating similar service work projects. Thank you for your understanding of this year’s changes and thank you for supporting Summer of Service! *All current COVID-19 Prevention Standards under the guidance of Minnesota Departments of Health and Education and the Centers for Disease Control to minimize exposure to the novel coronavirus will be followed. Student Drop-Off/Pick-Up- Supervision and building access will not be available for students prior to or after the scheduled drop-off and pick-up times. We kindly ask all parents/guardians to respect these times to ensure the safety and well-being of our students. AM Session Drop-Off-7:30-8:00 AM Students may NOT be dropped off prior to 7:30 AM AM Session Pick-Up-11:00-11:30 AM All student MUST be picked up promptly at the conclusion of the AM Session. *Students attending both the AM and PM session will remain on site* PM Session Drop-Off-11:30 AM-12:00 PM Students may NOT be dropped off prior to 11:30 AM PM Session Pick-Up-3:00-3:30 PM All student MUST be picked up promptly at the conclusion of the PM Session
  • 2021 Summer of Service (SOS) Session 3 (Gr 5-12)

    SOS is back! Summer of Service is a service based summer program for youth entering grades 5-12. During each two-week session students will work in teams to provide help in and around our community performing a variety of service and volunteer based learning projects. Fridays are designated for Fun Friday activities where we will celebrate our work! Participants must wear an SOS t-Shirt each day. One t-shirt is included with your registration tuition. Returning participants may wear previous years t-shirts as well. Additional SOS t-shirts may be purchased upon registration. A parent/guardian handbook will be emailed to all participants prior to each session start date. Join SOS for two weeks of fun today! *NEW FOR SUMMER 2021* SOS prides itself on providing high impact and meaningful service learning opportunities in and around our community. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, our volunteer and partnership opportunities are limited. In order to continue to provide the most meaningful opportunities available, SOS has transitioned to a half-day camp for 2021. The AM camp will run from 8:00-11:00 AM and the PM camp will run from 12:00-3:00 PM. Students may register for the AM or PM option or may register for both. Students registering for both AM & PM will remain on site under staff supervision between sessions. A bag lunch will be provided to all participants in both AM & PM sessions. Students are encouraged and welcome to register for multiple 2-week sessions if desired but may be repeating similar service work projects. Thank you for your understanding of this year’s changes and thank you for supporting Summer of Service! *All current COVID-19 Prevention Standards under the guidance of Minnesota Departments of Health and Education and the Centers for Disease Control to minimize exposure to the novel coronavirus will be followed. Student Drop-Off/Pick-Up- Supervision and building access will not be available for students prior to or after the scheduled drop-off and pick-up times. We kindly ask all parents/guardians to respect these times to ensure the safety and well-being of our students. AM Session Drop-Off-7:30-8:00 AM Students may NOT be dropped off prior to 7:30 AM AM Session Pick-Up-11:00-11:30 AM All student MUST be picked up promptly at the conclusion of the AM Session. *Students attending both the AM and PM session will remain on site* PM Session Drop-Off-11:30 AM-12:00 PM Students may NOT be dropped off prior to 11:30 AM PM Session Pick-Up-3:00-3:30 PM All student MUST be picked up promptly at the conclusion of the PM Session
  • 4Kicks Family Taekwondo (Ages 4-7)

    Taekwondo is a fun family activity and great for students of all ages! Under the instruction of Patricia Young, with the American Taekwondo Association, students will improve their coordination, balance, strength, and agility while adults will benefit from improved memory, balance, and flexibility. This is an introductory course for students new to Taekwondo. Students who wish to continue Taekwondo lessons after completing this course should contact 4Kicks Family Taekwondo for further information. One adult may attend and participate with the child at no extra charge. Classes are held at 4Kicks Taekwondo, 4915 Hwy 52 NW, Frontage road, on the north side of the Slumberland building. Driveway entrance is between Slumberland and State Farm and the door is between the Detour Athletics door and the Slumberland pick-up door.
  • 4Kicks Family Taekwondo (Ages 4-7)

    Taekwondo is a fun family activity and great for students of all ages! Under the instruction of Patricia Young with the American Taekwondo Association, students will improve their coordination, balance, strength, and agility, while adults will benefit from improved memory, balance, and flexibility. One adult may attend and participate with the child at no extra charge. Classes are held at 4Kicks Family Taekwondo, 4915 Hwy 52 NW, west frontage road on the north side of the Slumberland building. Driveway entrance is between Slumberland and State Farm.
  • 4Kicks Family Taekwondo (Ages 8 & Up)

    Taekwondo is a fun family activity and great for students of all ages! Under the instruction of Patricia Young with the American Taekwondo Association, students will improve their coordination, balance, strength and agility, while adults will benefit from improved memory, balance, and flexibility. Training for students age 8 and up includes training in bully prevention, advanced self-defense, use of nunchuk, escrima, board breaks, and other advanced concepts. One adult may attend and participate with the child at no extra charge. Classes are held at 4Kicks Family Taekwondo, 4915 Hwy 52 NW, west frontage road on the north side of the Slumberland building. Driveway entrance is between Slumberland and State Farm.
  • 4Kicks Family Taekwondo (Ages 8 & Up)

    Taekwondo is a fun family activity and great for students of all ages! Under the instruction of Patricia Young with the American Taekwondo Association, students will improve their coordination, balance, strength and agility while adults will benefit from improved memory, balance, and flexibility. This class includes training in bully prevention, advanced self-defense, use of nunchuk, escrima, board breaks, and other advanced concepts. One adult may attend and participate with the child at no extra charge. Classes are held at 4Kicks Family Taekwondo, 4915 Hwy 52 NW, west frontage road on the north side of the Slumberland building. The driveway entrance is between Slumberland and State Farm.
  • 5 Senses Art Camp (3-6 Years)

    We can see art, feel art, and sometimes we can hear art- but can you taste art? How about smelling it? In this Preschool Art Camp, we will use our five senses to explore art in all its forms. Join us as we discover and create in the most imaginative ways! A snack of graham crackers and water will be served. Child only class.
  • A Geek Retreat! (Gr. 1-6)

    Experience a week of awesome geekiness, with different themes and activities each day. This camp is for all who love to "geek out" with amazing books, movies, and video games! Dressing up in costumes is encouraged for each day’s theme. Please bring a bag lunch and personal water bottle each day. An afternoon snack will be provided. Daily camp themes: Tuesday: Calling All Gamers!; Wednesday: Sci-Fi Strikes Back; Thursday: Fantasy Fanatics; Friday: Ka-Pow! Bam! Wham!
  • A Historic Ride on the Orphan Trains - Online Course

    Dorothy A. Lund Nelson will guide you through a part of American history when children were placed out into homes across the country. Over a period of 75 years, over 400,000 children traveled by train to find new parents and families. Learn why the children traveled, what conditions they left behind, and who assisted them in finding a new family. Through a PowerPoint, videos, and many orphan train riders’ stories, you will find you'll want to learn more about these children. This class will be held online. You will receive an email 2 days prior to the class date with directions on how to join the class.
  • A Messy Day of Play (Gr. K-5)

    Slime, magic sand, play dough, and more! Students will spend the day exploring science during this messy day of play! Join as we make a mess, create some goodies, and have loads of fun! Students should wear clothes that are ok to get messy. Please bring a bag lunch and personal water bottle to class. An afternoon snack will be provided.
  • Abrakadoodle-America the Beautiful Art Camp (Ages 5-11)

    From the coasts of Florida to the mountains of Colorado, each state has its own unique traits. Make art inspired by Midwest landscapes, California redwoods, Washington, DC monuments and more. Create art inspired by our many states. Begin your journey across America by exploring the United States! Please bring a beverage and nut-free snack.
  • Abrakadoodle: Art Explorers Camp (Ages 5-11)

    Want to explore all kinds of different ways to create art? If the answer is yes, then you will love this camp. Paint with fish, make slime, paint a colorful canvas using paint squishing, use slimy paper mâché to make colorful ice cream cones and more messy and colorful projects. Create amazing pieces of art while having big, messy fun. It is sure to be a good time. Please bring a beverage and nut-free snack.
  • Abrakadoodle: Art from the Heart Camp (Ages 5-11)

    For kids that love art. Create super cool and colorful creations from paper mâché pigs to a painted seahorse on canvas. We’ll sculpt an elephant pot, paint on canvas, make a cute cutout llama with a woven blanket, play with paper mâché and more. This camp is filled with fabulous creations. Please bring a beverage and nut-free snack.
  • Abrakadoodle: Design Fashionista Art Camp (Ages 5-11)

    Design your own unique fashions using paper mâché, tissue paper, beads, yarn, and more. Create a colorful batik bag, a paper mâché heart, weave a butterfly, make a fancy visor and a beaded bracelet and paint a colorful canvas for your room. Invite your family to a fashion show on the last day to show off your creations. Please bring a beverage and nut-free snack.
  • Abrakadoodle: Drawing Dynamos Art Camp (Ages 6-11)

    Anyone can learn to be a confident artist using Abrakadoodle’s innovative drawing program where students learn line drawing, patterning, perspective, and other drawing techniques. Using a step by step method, students learn how to draw animals, people, 3D shapes and cartoons using easily recognizable shapes. After the initial instruction, students will make their art their own through additional drawing techniques or by adding tempera paint, oil pastels, markers or watercolors. If you love to draw, this is the camp for you. Please bring a beverage and nut-free snack.