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
For the Kids
For some baby-friendly fun, join the Hennepin County Library’s weekly Baby Storytime on Thursdays throughout August. These sessions are specifically designed for children from birth to 24 months, and include singing, talking, reading, writing and playing. The sessions are live on the Hennepin County Library’s Facebook page each week. Read more about Baby Storytime on Facebook and YouTube
Meet longtime sports journalists David La Vaque and L. R. Nelson, who will be signing copies of their book "Tourney Time: Stories from the Minnesota Boys State Hockey Tournament" at Woodbury Barnes & Noble on Saturday, March 28th from 1-3pm. This book will take readers year by year through the tournaments, highlighting the key games, the backstories, and the players that made each one shine. Read more about Author Signing: Tourney Time: Stories from the Minnesota Boys State Hockey Tournament
Bring the whole family for a day of wonder, imagination, and all-ages fun!
Presented by the Ordway, the Flint Hills Family Festival is an annual multi-day event featuring performances, free activities, art-making, and more. Families will be swept away on adventures that spark imagination and inspire exploration, with performances by artists from all over the world and right here at home. Read more about The 2020 Flint Hills Family Festival
Sons of Mystro are young violinists made up of brother duo Malcolm, 23, and Umoja, 20, who use their violins to creatively interpret various genres of music; reggae classics, American pop songs, and their own creations. Stunning virtuosity.
In covering a song, Sons of Mystro invariably enhances that particular song due to their unique styling. Read more about Sons of Mystro
Polkadots follows 8-year-old Lily Polkadot who just moved to the “Squares Only” small town of Rockaway. As the first Polkadot in an all-Square school, Lily faces an almost impossible task of gaining acceptance from her peers. From daily bullying, to segregated drinking fountains, Lily’s quest seems hopeless until she meets Sky, a shy Square boy whose curiosity for her unique polkadot skin blooms into an unexpected pal-ship. Read more about Polkadots: The Cool Kids Musical
At the center of every circus we find a 42ft ring full of thrills, laughs and excitement. In 42ft: A Menagerie of Mechanical Marvels, Cirque Mechanics dares us to leap into the circus ring to experience the endurance of this evolving art form. Read more about Cirque Mechanics presents 42ft: A Menagerie of Mechanical Marvels
This opera for babies uses parachutes to create an intimate world of wonder and interaction.
Designed by Moving Star Vocal Ensemble, the performance invites our youngest audiences into an expanding and contracting world and immerses them in a parachute’s movements as it becomes a metaphor for breathing. Bring imagination and your full selves into this baby and toddler-centric experience designed just for them! Read more about NOOMA, an opera for babies
Meet Sheletta Brundidge - comedian, columnist, talk show host, radio personality, mom and advocate for special needs families - for storytime, kids' activity and book signing on April 4 at Woodbury Barnes & Noble. Cameron Goes to School, a sweet and funny story starring a young African-American girl with autism, will help all kids—and their families—face the great big wonderful change that is school. Sheletta and her daughter Cameron will also be featured on a story for Autism Awareness Month on Good Morning America! Read more about Sheletta Brundidge: Cameron Goes to School - Reading/Activity and Book Signing
On April 10, Cameron Goes to School author Sheletta Brundidge will host a free luncheon for Minnesota's librarians.
Cameron Goes to School was born out of Brundidge's daughter's desire for a book about a child like her - an African American girl with autism. The book is published by Beaver's Press Pond, written by Brundidge and Lily Cole and illustrated by Darcy Bell-Myers.
Librarians will receive a free copy of Cameron Goes to School at the luncheon. Brundidge is also donating books to school libraries all over Minnesota. Read more about Free Luncheon for Librarians Featuring 'Cameron Goes to School' Author