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Submitted by Leah Rich on Fri, 04/01/2016 - 11:26am
Please join HealthFinders in celebrating our annual spring gala, ‘In the community for the community’ on April 22nd at the Grand Event Center in Northfield. The evening promises to be a great event with a silent community basket auction, a craft beer wall, live auction and our fund-a-need which will be raising much needed dollars for our medication assistance program. Special entertainment by renowned gospel singer Robert Robinson! There will even be an After Gala Party (free will offering) featuring wonderful dance music by- La Raza De Mexico. Hurry, tickets are going fast!
For more information visit: http://healthfindersmn.org/event/annual-spring-gala/
Questions, please contact Katy 507-323-8100. Don’t miss out on the event of the spring!
Submitted by Virginia Kaczmarek on Thu, 03/31/2016 - 3:16pm
Northfield Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Salutes Military Kids
The Northfield Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Network proudly joins the military and Veteran communities in celebrating April as the Month of the Military Child. From deployments to new schools, military children face unique challenges most youth their age never experience. Their ability to adapt must be applauded, their courage must be recognized and their hard work must be celebrated.
It is estimated that aver 15,000 children in Minnesota have been affected by a parent’s deployment and that number continues to grow. We are encouraging our community to join together and honor our military youth for their sacrifices, for their courage, and for the important contribution they make to the strength of the military family.
Submitted by Jane B McWilliams on Tue, 03/29/2016 - 10:07pm
Drop off your old electronics, appliances, and any other items containing metal.
First United Church of Christ300 Union StreetNorthfieldSaturday, April 210AM to noonEverything is free except for old-fashioned, CRT-based televisions and monitors, for which there is a $5 to $20 fee, depending on size.
Submitted by Jane B McWilliams on Tue, 03/22/2016 - 12:52pm
Northfield Reads continues to have a successful year. Fourteen people gathered at Content Bookstore to discuss $2.00 a Day: Living on Almost Nothing in America, this year’s selection. The participants shared concerns, thoughts, and ideas of ways to make changes in our country.
The next event will be the showing of the movie ‘Waging a Living’. This is a film that puts a human face on modern economic realities, showing how people can be working hard and still be poor in this country. ‘Waging a Living’ will be shown on Tuesday, March 29, 7:00-9:00 pm, at St. Olaf College, Dittman Hall, Room 305. Discussion will follow the film. The event is free and everyone is invited and welcome.
Submitted by Mary Jo Cristofaro on Fri, 03/18/2016 - 10:36pm
Northfield’s 7th PerennialEarth Day Celebration-“A Healthy Earth for the Health of All!” on Saturday April 23rd
Free Skill Sharing Earth Day Workshops/ Exhibitors/Potluck and Free Soup Supper
All Free Skill Sharing Workshops Timesare from 10:00am- 4:00pm. Where to meet is indicated on our website- all workshops filled on a first come first serve basis. If there are questions about the day: email@example.com or questions about workshops see the email after each description.
Submitted by Lori Momberg on Thu, 03/03/2016 - 11:18pm
Registration is now open for your kids' BEST SUMMER EVER! With many day camp options from which to choose, from 1/2 day wee camp to full-day Y Navigator camp, there are options for kids ages 3-14. There are plenty of new and exciting camp themes, field trips, a new Camp Readers program, awesome new teen camp options, and more to keep your kids active and healthy all summer long. Register for one week or all summer long, with the option to attend 3, 4, or 5 days a week (for Y Navigator, all-day camp program). Sign up for Y Navigator camp before April 15 and save up to $120! For more information, or to register online, visit www.ymcanorthfield.org or call 507.645.0088, and say HELLO to summer!
Submitted by Josh Rozga on Thu, 03/03/2016 - 11:06am
Come and join Carleton College's Head Softball Coach Amy Erickson and The Knights Softball Team for a FREE 2-hour fastpitch softball clinic on Sunday, March 6th, from Noon-2:00 pm. at the Carleton Rec Center Field House, off Highway 19.
This is a GREAT opportunity to learn from college coaches and athletes! Improve and Sharpen your softball skills, just in time for the beginning of the fastpitch softball season!
Clinic is open to players of ALL AGES, grades K-12.
See attached flyer for more details.
Submitted by Virginia Kaczmarek on Tue, 03/01/2016 - 1:11pm
Northfield Area Family YMCA introduces Personal Nutrition Training
Eating well has its rewards. Fueling your body properly helps you feel better, improve performance and productivity, resist chronic disease, boost energy, build immunity, age well and control your weight. Northfield Area Family YMCA now offers Personal Nutrition Training with a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist. The RDN works with people individually to develop food-related strategies that help them achieve their wellness goals and live healthier lives. The training sessions are held at the Y and are available to members and non-members.
If you are curious or have questions, visit Curwin during her "Quickbites" where she is available at the Y free. Contact the Y for her ongoing Free Quickbites schedule.
Submitted by Rob Hardy on Mon, 02/29/2016 - 11:32am
You are invited to Poetry Night at Content Bookstore on Thursday, March 3, featuring the winners of the Arcadia Charter School Poetry Out Loud Competition and the TORCH Poetry Slam. The event starts at 7pm at Content Bookstore (314 Division St. S). This will be the sixth in a series of monthly poetry readings at Content.
Arcadia students Bella Callery and Anna Kochever will recite the poems they're getting ready to recite at the Poetry Out Loud state semi-finals in Minneapolis on March 8 and 9. TORCH students Alondra Perez and Chris Lazaro will perform their winning poems from the TORCH Poetry Slam.
After the performances by the featured students, members of the audience are invited to share a poem of their own at the open mic. Other student poets are especially encouraged to share a poem.
Submitted by Corinne Smith on Thu, 02/18/2016 - 3:11pm
Northfield Reads is excited to announce its program for 2016. Everyone is invited to read $2 a Day: Living on Almost Nothing in America, by Kathryn J. Edin and H. Luke Shaefer, and join in various events to help us understand its message.
Northfield Reads aspires to engaging the community in lively discussions to assist us in understanding the diversity among. This year, the focus is on the working poor and those living in poverty. $2 a Day chronicles the stories of several families who are living in this extreme poverty in a way that is engaging, informative, and inspiring. At the same time, it weaves through these stories information about the complex social, political, and economic factors that underlie this situation.
The number of Americans who are struggling to survive on just $2 a day (about the cost of a gallon of gas and less than a latte) has more than doubled in the last twenty years, placing 1.5 million households and 3 million children in this extreme economic situation. This is about one of every 25 families with children, a startling statistic.
Here in Northfield we do not have statistics based on the concept of $2/day. The statistics that we do have indicate that low income households are increasing, with 15% of Northfield living in poverty.
Omelet Breakfast Sunday, Feb 21st, 8:30-12:30 (Support Local Deployed Military, Veterans and their Families). Beyond the Yellow Ribbon FundraiserSubmitted by Virginia Kaczmarek on Fri, 02/12/2016 - 2:06pm
Northfield Beyond the Yellow Ribbon “Omelet Breakfast” set for Sunday, Feb. 21, at the Northfield Eagles Club
Northfield Beyond the Yellow Ribbon (BTYR) is hosting its inaugural omelet breakfast on Sunday, Feb. 21, at the Northfield Eagles Club.
Submitted by Nancy Stroessner on Sun, 01/31/2016 - 4:05pm
Have you ever thought about applying to be a vendor at Northfield's award-winning, juried artists' and farmers' market, Riverwalk Market Fair?
Our 2016 season will be starting again on Saturday, June 4, running every Saturday (except DJJD September 10) through October 22, at beautiful Bridge Square on the Cannon River in Historic Downtown Northfield.
2016 Guidelines, Rules, and Applications are now available at http://riverwalkmarketfair.org under the Be A Vendor tab.
More questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submitted by Doug Bratland on Thu, 01/28/2016 - 6:34pm
The St. Olaf Folk School presents a spoon carving class taught by artist Jim Sannerud. Learn to carve spoons in the Nordic tradition. The two-day workshop takes place Valentine's weekend, February 13–14, from 9am till 4pm in the Flaten Art Barn at St. Olaf College.
Registration is now open for anyone age 11 and over; no experience necessary. Tuition is $180, and enrollment is limited to ten students. Register online.
Submitted by Leah Eby on Wed, 01/27/2016 - 12:16pm
WINGS (Women in Northfield Giving Support) educates and expands the number of women in philanthropy, builds and strengthens community through pooled investments, and improves the lives of women and youth in the Northfield area through focused giving.
2016 WINGS Board (from left to right): Laura Riehle-Merrill, Leah Eby, Nancy Moe, Meleah Follen, Kathy Olson, Alice Carson, Diane Lyman, Nancy Carlson, Maelynn Rosas, Vicki Stevens, Jacqui Dorsey (Not pictured: Patsy Ophaug, Bonnie Jean Flom)
Submitted by Betsey Buckheit on Sat, 01/23/2016 - 7:44am
The 3rd Annual Soup & Cycles event will take place Saturday, 6:00 p.m., pJanuary 30, 2016 at the Northfield UCC Church, 300 Union Street, Northfield, MN 55057 - please join us! BikeNorthfield’s Soup & Cycles gathers bike group representatives, trail advocates, local officials and any interested community members – whether or not they ride a bike -- for soup, socializing, and strategizing related to bicycles. BikeNorthfield works with bike groups, local government, non-profits and schools to encourage bicycling, promote safety, and educate the community about the benefits of bikes for everyone as part of building an active, friendly, people-centered community.