Ooh la la! Effortlessly chic by nature and elegant in approach, Parisian style sets the stage for a springtime rendezvous. French tulips, freesia, and pussy willow provide diverse color and soft texture. Variegated aspidistra leaves line the tall, stately vase, while bear grass and hanging amaranthus drape around its edges to give this grandiose arrangement a dramatic presence. Read more about Springtime in Paris Floral Design Workshop
Education & Community
2018 show title: "Wastebasket Revue- It's a Wonderful Life!" We invite
you to join us for an evening of variety, fun, and entertainment. Enjoy
a selection of great music hits, fun skits, great dance lines, the
dynamite Wastebasket Revue band, the incredible Swingin' Educators, and
the Wastebasket Revue humor that has captured audiences for decades.
Over $1million have been raised and awarded to 822 recipients. Read more about The 51st Annual "Wastebasket Revue"
Anxiety disorders are the most prevalent mental illness in the United States and develop from various factors including genetics, brain chemistry, personality, and life events. adaa.org
Many of us either struggle with anxiety or have a loved one that struggles. Come here Lora Matz, MA, LICSW speak on Understanding the Anxious Brain. For more information - visit the website here. Read more about Understanding the Anxious Brain
Join St. John's Lutheran School on Saturday, April 28th for the annual Eagle Family FUNDay! St. John's welcomes the community to come join the fun!
- 9:00am 5K Family Fun Run (free!)
- 9:45 "Little Eagle Loop" a short race for ages 1-Kindergarten (free!)
- 10:00-12:00 Carnival (bounce houses & games), Auction, Food & More
Questions? Contact Suzanne Haag 763-420-2426 ext 11 Read more about Family FUNDay
Meet an owl, hawk, falcon and a very special guest - a bald eagle! Learn about the different types of raptors, their characteristics, identification, diets and habitats, all from the University of Minnesota's Gabbert Raptor Center. Read more about The Raptors of Minnesota Demonstration at Maple Grove Library
Officer Jason Buck 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, Bongo. Will meet outdoors if weather permits. All ages welcome. Read more about K9 Crime Fighters
Explore the future with virtual reality experts Phil Rader and Aaron Westre. Learn about virtual reality technology and its role in society, then experience it through hands-on demonstrations using Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Samsung Gear VR and Google Cardboard.
The Virtual Reality program requires online registration. Read more about The Virtual Reality Experience
Clyde Doepner, the official Minnesota Twins curator, will bring alive the history of the Twins through stories and memorabilia.
The Minnesota Twins through Memorabilia program does not require registration. Read more about The Minnesota Twins Through Memorabilia