The Woods will be an original devised theater piece created by the ensemble with guidance from director, Sandra Struthers. The ensemble will take elements of folklore, urban legends, and spooky stories to create an immersive walk-through experience in the woods behind the high school. The perfect way to get into the Halloween spirit, audiences will be invited to walk along these haunted trails in safe, socially-distanced groups. Read more about Wayzata High School Theatre presents: The Woods-- An Original Devised Theatrical Experience
Education & Community
So much time in quarantine may have your professional skills feeling a bit rusty. Business owners, sales professionals and entrepreneurs alike can attend this monthly seminar to polish up and learn alongside peers in the business world. Read more about Accelerated Global Connections (ACG) Talks Live Broadcast Online Event
Have an enriching day with the community attending workshops and having thoughtful conversations at the third annual Because Black Life Conference. The event includes a breakfast and lunch with the registration fee, and all the workshops are included. Read more about Because Black Life Conference
Join the St. Croix Valley community at Heppner’s Auto Body for their fifth annual car show. Enjoy a variety of classic cars, music and free food. There will be prizes given away as well the first 50 people that attend. If rain occurs, they will move the date to October 3. Read more about Fifth Annual Car Show
Who’s to say schoolwork isn’t fun? With the Wayzata Community Ed STEM Club classes, your child will develop their problem solving, critical analysis and peer collaboration skills, all while learning about mechanical engineering basics! Students will be sent kits to use during their classes and can be picked up at the Community Ed center before classes begin. Read more about Online: Magic School Bus Club Session
Get out your painting supplies and take advantage of the City of Plymouth’s Adult Arts Program virtual tutorials. For $40, learn to paint the beautiful and bright flowers that blossom in the summer with video tutorials provided by the City of Plymouth’s Connect to Rec Virtual Recreation program. Read more about Virtual Palette Up! Sunflower Farm at Home
Learn to be an engineer.
Think like an engineer.
Build like an engineer.
Program like an engineer.
Many programs offered at STEM BUILDERS.
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Head over to the Hutton House on Medicine Lake for this can’t-miss Minnesota Bride panel of experts. You’ll learn how to plan the perfect wedding and receive essential planning tools, plus tons of inspiration for the big day. All ages. 952.470.0788 Read more about Minnesota Bride Wedding 101
Lizzie Ehrenhalt will discuss Precious and Adored, her new book about a long-term romance between two women at the turn of the 20th century. In 1890, Rose Cleveland, a sister of President Grover Cleveland, fell in love with Evangeline Marrs Simpson, who later married the first Episcopal bishop of Minnesota, and wrote to her for 19 years. The book includes annotated transcriptions of their letters, some of which were hidden from the public in the 1970s. Sponsored by Friends of the Plymouth Library. Read more about Author’s Talk at Plymouth Library