Seniors who want an active lifestyle featuring resort-like amenities and on-site health care services and are looking to plan for the next chapter in life, are invited to attend a Trillium Woods sponsored event, “Let’s Run The Numbers” featuring certified financial planner, Brad Breeding.
Education & Community
Trillium Woods, a resort-style retirement community under construction and scheduled to open summer 2015, is welcoming the public to tour and learn about amenities, pricing and benefits of living at Trillium Woods.
Sellers that are interested in selling an instrument should come on Tuesday, June 24. Buyers looking to purchase an insrtument should come on Wednesday, June 25. Proceeds will benefit the music programs in the Wayzata Public schools. For additional information, visit www.wmeb.org
Join Delmonico Dance, local law enforcement, first responders and Operation Kidsafe for a free child safety fair. There will be an ice cream truck for the kids. Parents will receive a lifetime record of their child's digital fingerprints and a form that is ready to hand to law enforcement in an emergency, as well as valuable safety tips. Operation Kidsafe uses the latest equipment like the FBI and Secret Service.
Join the community every Saturday in June for a BBQ cookout at IOCP’s resale shop. Complimentary hot dogs and pop will be served. Free (donations accepted). 11 a.m.–1 p.m. 1605 County Road 101 N.; iocp.org
MHS is the oldest humane society in Minnesota and extends its care and concern to domesticated and wild animals. Learn more about this great organization and find a new furry friend to add to your family.
This year the DNR is celebrating Arbor Day and Arbor Month by encouraging families to play in natural settings such as your backyard, a nearby woodlot, or forested area.
The 2014 State Arbor Month Celebration will be at Oak Hill Park in St. Louis Park. The event will give families a chance to play with nature, while watching some of the best tree climbers in the state compete at the Minnesota Tree Climbing Championship.
State Arbor Month Celebration Schedule:
Get ready for summer with the annual Plant Swap hosted by the city of Plymouth. Members of the community are invited to bring perennials, seeds, tools, pots, books and other garden items to swap with others. After collecting your garden goodies, join the Hennepin County master gardeners for a gardening presentation in the Plymouth Creek Center following the swap. Free. 3:30–6:30 p.m. 763.509.5000; plymouthmn.gov
Feeling unsure about leaving your kids alone during the day for the first time this summer? Prepare them, and ease your own mind with a “Home Alone” workshop hosted by the Plymouth Fire Department. This helpful workshop will teach children ages 8–10 how to respond in the event of an emergency through a variety of safety scenarios and issues led by Plymouth firefighters. Children will work interactively with the firefighters to learn about crime prevention in the home, fire escape plans, severe weather awareness and even Internet safety. Registration encouraged. $5. 6:30–7:30 p.m.
Wayzata High School has hosted an Empty Bowls event for the past 20 years. For a suggested donation of $10, patrons will be able to choose a bowl out of nearly 1,000, each handmade by Wayzata students, then enjoy a dinner of steaming soup. Donations benefit Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners in the fight against hunger in the Twin Cities.