Quilters Sidewalk & Indoor Sale
Thursday, July 31, 9:30 am-2:30 pm
Saturday, August 2, 8 am–1 pm
Senior Center parking lot; weather permitting.
Rental Cost: $10/(parking) space; Bring own table or rent for $10 each.
SPECIAL SALE: 50% off all Senior Center items
Old Time Radio Group
Meeting every Monday at 10 am
Group Leader: Connie Martin
Senior theatre provides older adults with an ideal opportunity to display their acting, singing, and dramatic talents. For some, it’s an opportunity to revive and reprise their skills. For others, it’s the chance of a lifetime to take center stage. No memorization, read from a script. No experience necessary, singing optional.
So far we have about a six members but would welcome more to help with research, reading scripts, sound effects, commercials, music, voice coaching, and announcing. Look in the near future for their debut show – be sure to tune us in!
Volunteer Service Recognition . . .A Round of Applause for Our Volunteers
Wednesday, August 13, 1–3 pm
Volunteers are the heart of our organization and we wish to personally thank you for giving so generously of your time and talents. Please join us in celebrating your hard work and dedication to “making it happen” at the Center!
12:30 pm Gather and Greet
1:00 pm Formal Welcome by Special Guest, Mayor Ardell Brede
Followed by side-splitting laughter featuring Goonies Comedy Club’s Sue Johnson & John Russell
Refreshments and Decadent Desserts will be served. Kindly RSVP by Monday, August 11 to 287-1404 or email Terri at: email@example.com.
Art Center Tour
Thursday, August 14, leaving Center at 12:40 pm or meet us there for 1 pm tour.
Tour of visiting art exhibition: Lamar Peterson: Suburbia Sublime, the first survey exhibition of his work that includes painting, collage, drawing, and a newly commissioned outdoor sculpture.
This exhibition is a comprehensive overview of the artist’s career since he completed graduate school in 2001 and considers the vibrant painted images that poignantly examine American middle-class culture through a re-contextualization of both historical and contemporary racial stereotypes. With adroit handling of ink, gouache, acrylic, and oil paint, a distinctive color palette combined with surface treatment ranging from the super flat and hard edge to expressive and loose brush, Peterson confronts black expression, iconic and non-iconic representation of American masculinity, and the incongruity of all.
Cost: $3, members only
Senior Summer Games
Wednesday, August 20, 9–11 am
Who? You! The wonderful seniors of the Senior Center, Charter House, Park Towers and Central Towers!
What? A fun-filled event complete with lawn games, entertainment, refreshments and activities!
Why? Because who wouldn’t want to enjoy fun games, great refreshments, wonderful weather and the best company?!
Where? Central Park – 225 1st Street NW (1 block from Center)
Entertainment by Les Fields and the Turkey River All-Stars at 10 am.
Please Note: In case of inclement weather, event will be moved to Edwards Hall within Charter House. If the event is moved, signs will be posted in Central Park.
RSVP prior to Wednesday, August 20 to 507-287-1404 ***Please bring a lawn chair***
Free Square Dance Lessons
Beginning Tuesday, September 9
Classes held Tuesdays, 2:45-4 pm
No partner or experience welcome. Caller is Wayne Kubicek from Owatonna.
For more information, call Terry & Nick at 507-533-4062 or Keith & Pat at 507-356-8134.
“A Century of Hats: 1860–1960” Brunch
Thursday, September 25, 10 am
Presenter: Heather Edginton
From the Sunbonnet to the Pillbox, there is an exquisite array of Hats in this show. Every decade will hold a tale of the past sure to evoke fond memories for all.
If you are interested in modeling, please see Julie.
Blueberry French Toast and Sausage, Orange Juice and Coffee; cost: $6 for members and $8 for non-members.
RSVP required, please call 287-1404.