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« Thursday January 16, 2014 »
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AN OPEN GYM Favorite!!! We fill the Armory gym with mats, ball 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 up to the age of 6.

Mondays and Wednesdays, January 6-March 19, March 31-April 23 (NO Wiggles and Giggles during Spring Break)

10:00-11:30am

National Guard Armory

Members: Free

Community Members: $5 per child per visit

 

Exercise the sillies out of your kids with open gym fun! Basketballs, scooters and much more. Supervised program for elementary school age kids. Free time and great exercise! Parents join your children for some afternoon fun.

 

Mondays and Thursdays, January 6- March 20, March 31-April 24 (No Open Gym during Spring Break)

3:30-5:00pm

National Guard Armory

Members: Free

Community Members: $5 per child per visit

 

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.

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 with stories and hands-on activities.

 

Thursdays, January 9-February 6

11:00-11:30am

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.

Introduce your child to the great sport of basketball. They will learn the basics of basketball and focus on teamwork and sportsmanship. Come inside this winter to have some fun! This program is noncompetitive so your child can just play ball!

 

Tuesdays, January 14- February 11

5:15-6:00pm

Members: $10

Community Members: $38

National Guard Armory

 

Register online at northfieldymca.org or call the office at 645-0088. You can also 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.

Introduce your child to the great sport of basketball. They will learn the basics of basketball and focus on teamwork and sportsmanship. Come inside this winter to have some fun! This program is noncompetitive so your child can just play ball!

 

Tuesdays, January 14- February 11

6:15-7:00pm

Members: $10

Community Members: $35

National Guard Armory

 

Register online at northfieldymca.org or call the office at 645-0088. You can also 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.

Start: Jan 16 2014 5:00 pm

In conjunction with the new Carleton College art exhibit “Lifeloggers: Chronicling The Everyday,” contemporary artist Stephen Cartwright, one of the exhibit’s featured artists, will speak about “Self-tracking as artistic process” on Thursday, Jan. 16 from 5 to 6 p.m. in Boliou Hall Room 104. This event is free and open to the public.

 

Featuring works by twelve contemporary artists, “Lifeloggers: Chronicling The Everyday” demonstrates how these artists document their creative process and, as a result, uncover the artistic complexities of human existence. “Lifelogging” is a term used to describe the extensive archiving of one’s personal experience. We use this natural human impulse to track, map, and graph our lives—and the result is not only often used for scientific research, but also creatively animates the artistic practice.

 

Start: Jan 16 2014 5:15 pm

Come in side and play this newly popular winter sport. Similar to floor hockey, broomball uses a ball rather than a puck and broom-shaped sticks instead of regular hockey sticks. We will work on broomball basics and teamwork, all while having tons of fun!

 

Thursdays, January 16-February 13

5:15-6:00pm

National Guard Armory

Members: Free

Community Members: $35

 

Register online at northfieldymca.org or call the office at 645-0088. You can also 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.

Start: Jan 16 2014 6:15 pm

Come in side and play this newly popular winter sport. Similar to floor hockey, broomball uses a ball rather than a puck and broom-shaped sticks instead of regular hockey sticks. We will work on broomball basics and teamwork, all while having tons of fun!

 

Thursdays, January 16-February 13

6:15-7:00pm

National Guard Armory

Members: Free

Community Members: $35

 

Register online at northfieldymca.org or call the office at 645-0088. You can also 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.

Start: Jan 16 2014 7:00 pm

As part of its ongoing International Film Forum, Carleton College is pleased to present the Midwest premiere of a new film by acclaimed Russian director Aleksandr Sokurov. Faust (2011, 140 minutes) will be screened on Thursday, Jan. 16 at 7 p.m. in the Weitz Center for Creativity Cinema. This event is free and open to the public.

Faust is the final chapter in Sokurov’s “men of power” tetralogy and the winner of the prestigious Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival in 2011. Sokurov’s tetralogy explores the corrupting effects of power. The first three installments were dedicated to 20th-century rulers: Moloch (1999) about Hitler, Taurus (2000) about Lenin, and The Sun (2004) about Emperor Hirohito. The final chapter in the series, Faust, is a retelling of Goethe’s tragedy and depicts the instincts and schemes of Faust in his lust for power.

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