Education & Community

Work of Art: Recordkeeping for Artists

This program teaches you how to track revenues and expenses, make projections and more to help you make your artistic ventures financially successful ones. This event is put on in collaboration with Springboard for the Arts and Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. Adults. Free. 2-4:30 p.m. 612.543.5669

Housing for All Legislative Breakfast

Housing for All Invites You to Breakfast with Legislators
Wednesday, January 23 – 7:00-9:00 a.m.
St Joseph the Worker Catholic Church – Maple Grove

The Indomitable Bear

Learn about bear biology and habitat, how bears and humans interact and discuss myths and fears about bears in this program presented by staff from the North American Bear Center.

Keeping Score for the Minnesota Twins

Ever wonder who decides when a baseball play is judged an error or what difference it makes if a play is declared a wild pitch or passed ball? Find out as Stew Thornley, official scorer of the Minnesota Twins, explains his role and shares his experiences as an official MLB scorer.

K9 Crime Fighters

Officer Tom Dunnwald from the Brooklyn Park police department will explain how K9s are used in police work and will present obedience and narcotic detection demonstrations with his K9 partner, Kilo. Will meet outdoors if weather permits.

All ages welcome.

Genealogical Workshop at the Rum River Library

Please join the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution Anoka Chapter on Saturday, May 12, 2018 from 12:30 to 3:00 pm for a “Genealogical Workshop” at the Rum River Library - Meeting Room A.  Rum River Library is located at 4201 6th Ave Anoka, MN 55303. Please RSVP to:  nsdar.anoka@gmail.com

Women's History Month Sharon Sayles-Belton

Third of a three-part series to celebrate National Women's History Month. Sayles Belton will discuss her journey to become, in 1993, the first African American and first woman to be elected mayor in the city of Minneapolis' 140-year history.

March Floral Design Workshop

Inspired by nature, this willow basket wreath will be your favorite accent for a springtime welcome. Featuring permanent stems of viburnum, blooming forsythia branches, and streptocarpus, and finished with cheerful ribbon, a butterfly pick, and a bird’s nest, this arrangement captures the sights of spring. Best of all, it requires no water and will last long through the season.

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