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We fill the Armory with mats, balls and a variety of play equipment so children can climb, bounce, and crawl around the entire gym. This is an open gym program for parents/guardians and kids ages 6 and under.

 

Mondays and Wednesdays, Sept 10-Dec 19

10:00-11:30am

Members: Free

Community Members: $5 per visit per child

National Guard Armory

 

You can register online at northfieldymca.org or complete a registration form and mail to 519 Division Street, Northfield MN 55057.

The YMCA will not turn anyone away from its membership or programs because of an inability to pay. Please let us know if we may assist you in this way by completing a Financial Aid form, under the Membership tab, and return it to us.

Fall and Winter exercise opportunties for the kids in your care! We load the Armory gym with games, balls, matss and climbing equipment and create a healthy environment for the kids to play and providers to network. Participation in these sessions counts toward ongoing licensure with Rice County. This program is a partnership with Rice County Public Health and EcoTrans. Transportation to the Armory is available. Due to expense, transportation at this time is only provided for Northfield and Dundas providers. Is your provider providing this benefit? Ask them to participate!

 

Tuesdays, Oct 23-Dec 18

9:00-11:30am

National Guard Armory

Providers with 6+ kids: $30 a week

Providers with 3-5 kids: $20 a week

Providers not needing transportation assistance: $15 a week

Providers with high rate county assistance or less than 3 kids: $12 a week

Start: Oct 29 2012
End: Dec 8 2012

       Intrigued with how one’s perception of an object or surface changes when it is photographed at a close range, Laura literally and figuratively focuses on “the seemingly unremarkable, sometimes ugly leavings of everyday life:  rust and grime, deposits and spills, mildew and decay,” to reveal “the art in accident and the ubiquity of beauty.”  Laura prints her images on canvas to create a painterly effect.

This gallery is located near the lab waiting area at Allina Medical Clinic of Northfield at 1440 Jefferson Road.  Regular Clinic Hours are 7 am to 8 pm Monday through Thursday, 7 am to 7 pm Fridays, and 9 am to 3 pm Saturdays.

Based on the classic and well-loved Paramount Pictures 1954 film, WHITE CHRISTMAS first opened as a Broadway musical in 2008.  With amazing and memorable music by the incomparable Irving Berlin, the Northfield Arts Guild Theater promises a toe-tapping, heart-warming journey.  Be sure to add WHITE CHRISTMAS to your “Must See” list for the holidays!   The show runs weekends: Nov 30 - Dec 16. Tickets are available at 507-645-8877 or northfieldartsguild.org

The story of this perennial family favorite sidetracks show biz entertainers Bob Wallace and Phil Davis (Steve Lawler and Paul McGuire) to Vermont with promising performers Betty and Judy Haynes (Michelle Drenth and Sydney Place). Once there, they discover their former WWII commanding officer, General Waverly (Jerry Fox), has turned innkeeper and is losing customers due to a lack of snow.

Who loves winter? We do! So do polar bears, penguins, and snow monkeys. This class will begin with a story and a hands-on project related to winter and all things cold and shivery. Then we will switch to some open gym time for some running around and warming up.

 

Thursdays, December 6-20

10:00-11:00am

National Guard Armory

Members: Free

Community Members: $20

 

You can register online at northfieldymca.org, complete a registration form and mail to 519 Division Street, Northfield MN 55057 or stop by/call the office (645-0088) or Wellness Center (664-7349).

The YMCA will not turn anyone away from its membership or programs because of an inability to pay. Please let us know if we may assist you in this way by completing a Financial Aid form, under the Membership tab, and return it to us.

Start: Dec 8 2012 8:30 am

Ho! Ho! Ho!  Come join in the holiday fun at the 4th Annual Breakfast with Santa on Saturday, December 8th!  Kids can visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus, make holiday ornaments and crafts, play reindeer games, write letters to Santa, enjoy storytelling, get their face painted and listen to wonderful holiday music performed by local children.  And of course, for breakfast you'll enjoy scrumptious pancakes (plain or topped with wild blueberries), sausage, fresh fruit, a sweet surprise and juice and coffee.

Start: Dec 8 2012 3:00 pm

The Northfield Youth Choirs present
Angel Be

Saturday, December 8, 2012
3 p.m.
Carleton College
Skinner Memorial Chapel

Conducted by
Elizabeth Shepley
Dr. Anton Armstrong
Kyle Eastman
Mari Espeland
Rachel Lucius

Freewill Admission-  all are welcome!

 

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