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                                                       Saturday, May 28, 2016

Stop by the Rockford Historical Society Stork House gardens just over the river from the library through Monday, May 30. Read the storywalk "Ten Pigs: An Epic Bath Adventure" as you walk the paths/ Hosted by Rockford Area Historical Society Stork House Gardens.

Teens are invited to join the Teen Writers Club meeting at the Delano Public Library on Wednesday, May 25, 3:30 to 4:30PM.. The Teen Writers Club is for all teens who enjoy writing and want to share ideas, get suggestions and explore new ways to write. Ten Pigs: An Epic Bath Adventure Storywalk: Through May 30th.


Stop by the Rockford Historical Society Stork House gardens just over the river from the library now through Monday, May 30. Read the story walk "Ten Pigs: An Epic Bath Adventure" as you walk the paths. Hosted by Rockford Area Historical Society Stork House Gardens, 8131 Bridge St., Rockford.

The 60+ and Healthy Clinic offered by Wright County Public Health provides foot care to seniors and individuals with a physical hindrance that are unable to provide adequate foot care for themselves. The clinics are staffed with trained personnel and always have a Public Health Nurse on-site. The 60+ and Healthy Clinic visits 8 cities throughout the county on a bi-monthly basis. The cost of the clinic is $15 per visit; those unable to pay will not be denied services. Call 1-800-362-3667 or 763-682-7456 for more information.


The City of Maple Lake will be opening a Farmer's Market in June, and they are looking 
for a volunteer to be their Farmer's Market manager. It will be located in downtown Maple Lake at the public square on the corner of Division St. and Birch Ave. If you are interested in being the manager, please call City Clerk  LeeAnn Yager at 320-963-3611 or 
John Northenscold at 320-401-1088.


The Wright County Parks Department has begun to accept picnic shelter reservations, for the summer of 2016, on-line or over the phone. Call 763-682-7894. The on-line reservations allow the user to select their dates, show available camp sites and shelters, and make payments on-line. For on-line address information, call 763-682-7894, for 
Wright County Parks.

 

If you have ever wanted to learn how to knit, now’s your chance! Adults and teens
are invited to join the Howard Lake Public Library Knit Wits. The group meets from 10:30AM to Noon on Fridays.  Get instruction and/or assistance from an 
experienced knitter, free-source some patterns, and enjoy the company of 
other knitters. Participants must bring their own yarn and needles.

Monday, May 30th

Stop by the Rockford Historical Society Stork House gardens just over the river from the library through Monday, May 30. Read the storywalk "Ten Pigs: An Epic Bath Adventure" as you walk the paths/ Hosted by Rockford Area Historical Society Stork House Gardens

 

The Cokato Museum will host its annual Memorial Day Open House on Monday, May 30th, from 9 AM – Noon. The Cokato American Legion & Auxiliary's parade begins at 10:15 AM, with the program at 10:45 in the Cokato Elementary Auditorium. You're invited to stop by;...before, during or after the parade and program. Coffee will be ready, the lemonade chilled, and the snacks ...ready for munching. Bring the family, and renew the traditional Memorial Day memories. as the Cokato Museum hosts this very special day of remembrance.

The Buffalo High School Trapshooting Team's Event, called Cents For Targets 2016, will be held at the Buffalo Gun Club on Memorial Day, Monday, May 30. Start time is 9 AM, and pre-registration is required. 100% of the proceeds from shooting will benefit two of Buffalo Rotary's youth programs: Beds for Kids, and Adopt a Family. For complete information, including sign-up instructions, call Mark at 612-703-6l55 or visit online at www.BHSTT.org. That's at the Buffalo Gun Club, on Memorial Day, starting at 9 AM.

Tuesday, May 31st

Adult computer users can receive help learning basic computer operation at the Clearwater Public Library from Noon to 1PM on Tuesday, May 31. Contact the library to make an appointment for individualized assistance..



The Sherburne-Wright Chapter of the National Organization of Women , known as N.O.W., meets every third Tuesday of each month at the Monticello Community Center. For more information, visit www.mnnow.org or contact the National Organization of Women at now@gmail.com.
   Adults who are interested in library activities are invited to join the Friends of the Buffalo Library. The Friends will meet at the library on Tuesday, May 31, 7 to 8PM.

Teens are invited to the Delano Public Library for a Teen Game Night, May 31, from
6–8 PM. Hang out with friends, learn some new card and board games, enjoy snacks and a beverage, and use the books available to sharpen your gaming skills.

You can learn more about Smart Phones. Yes, teens and adults are invited to a Smart Phones for Beginners class at the Clearwater Public Library on Wednesday, June 1, at 6:30 PM. Librarian Ariel Kirst will present an informative class on how to make the most of features on today's Smart Phones. For information, call the Clearwater Public Library, 320-558-6001.

St Michael Family Youth Children Connection Events
Reading in The Park June 14 - July 28th
Tuesday- 9:30 AM St Michael Recreation Center
Wednesday -9:30 AM Albertville Central Park
Thursday – 9:30 AM Hanover Settler's Park

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If you have ever wanted to learn how to knit, now’s your chance! Adults and teens
are invited to join the Howard Lake Public Library Knit Wits. The group meets from 10:30AM to Noon on Fridays.  Get instruction and/or assistance from an 
experienced knitter, free-source some patterns, and enjoy the company of 
other knitters. Participants must bring their own yarn and needles.

Monday, May 30th

The Buffalo High School Trapshooting Team's Event, called Cents For Targets 2016, will be held at the Buffalo Gun Club on Memorial Day, Monday, May 30. Start time is 9 AM, and pre-registration is required. 100% of the proceeds from shooting will benefit two of Buffalo Rotary's youth programs: Beds for Kids, and Adopt a Family. For complete information, including sign-up instructions, call Mark at 612-703-6l55 or visit online at www.BHSTT.org. That's at the Buffalo Gun Club, on Memorial Day, starting at 9 AM.

The Cokato Museum will host its annual Memorial Day Open House on Monday, May 30th, from 9 AM – Noon. The Cokato American Legion & Auxiliary's parade begins at 10:15 AM, with the program at 10:45 in the Cokato Elementary Auditorium. You're invited to stop by;...before, during or after the parade and program. Coffee will be ready, the lemonade chilled, and the snacks ...ready for munching. Bring the family, and renew the traditional Memorial Day memories. as the Cokato Museum hosts this very special day of remembrance.

The Memorial Day Observances and Parade, in Monticello, are planned jointly by the Monticello American Legion Post 260, and VFW Post 8731. Wreath-laying services and Honor Guard Salutes will be held at St. Henry's Catholic Cemetery, Hillside Cemetery, and Riverside Cemetery, as well as at the Legion Post 260 and Ellison Park memorials. The parade will begin at 11:45 AM, from the American Legion at 304 Elm St. Following the parade, lunch will be provided for parade entrants/participants at the VFW Post 8731, at 713 Cedar St.. A free-will donation will be accepted for the meal from all others. For information, call Mike Ackerman,
at 763-295-8010.


Stop by the Rockford Historical Society Stork House gardens just over the river from the library through Monday, May 30. Read the storywalk "Ten Pigs: An Epic Bath Adventure" as you walk the paths/ Hosted by Rockford Area Historical Society Stork House Gardens.

 

Tuesday, May 31st

Adult computer users can receive help learning basic computer operation at the Clearwater Public Library from Noon to 1PM on Tuesday, May 31. Contact the library to make an appointment for individualized assistance..


The Sherburne-Wright Chapter of the National Organization of Women , known as N.O.W., meets every third Tuesday of each month at the Monticello Community Center. For more information, visit www.mnnow.org or contact the National Organization of Women at now@gmail.com.   Adults who are interested in library activities are invited to join the Friends of the Buffalo Library. The Friends will meet at the library on Tuesday, May 31, 7 to 8PM.

Teens are invited to the Delano Public Library for a Teen Game Night, May 31, from
6–8 PM. Hang out with friends, learn some new card and board games, enjoy snacks and a beverage, and use the books available to sharpen your gaming skills.

 

Teens are invited to join the Teen Writers Club meeting at the Delano Public Library on Tuesday, May 31, 3:30 to 4:30PM. The Teen Writers Club is for all teens who enjoy writing and want to share ideas, get suggestions and explore new ways to write.


Adults and teens are invited to join a photography class meeting at the Clearwater Public Library on Wednesday Nights 6:30 to 7:45 Learn to take better photographs, no matter what kind of camera you have. Open discussion begins at 6PM.

Adults are invited to join a Book Club meeting at the Clearwater Public Library on Wednesday Nights, 6:30 to 7:30. This is an open group of avid readers that likes to share their thoughts on the read of the month. Call the library at 320.558.6001 for this month’s title.

You can learn more about Smart Phones. Yes, teens and adults are invited to a Smart Phones for Beginners class at the Clearwater Public Library on Wednesday, June 1, at 6:30 PM. Librarian Ariel Kirst will present an informative class on how to make the most of features on today's Smart Phones. For information, call the Clearwater Public Library, 320-558-6001.

St Michael Family Youth Children Connection Events
Reading in The Park June 14 - July 28th
Tuesday- 9:30 AM St Michael Recreation Center
Wednesday -9:30 AM Albertville Central Park
Thursday – 9:30 AM Hanover Settler's Park