Education & Community

Midwinter Family Fun

View the stars and moon with Minnesota Astronomical Society members, meet a raptor from Carpenter Nature Center, and enjoy arts/ecological activities and a campfire with s’mores.

Belwin’s Education Center and the Joseph J. Casby Observatory will be open.

$10 per car.

Please note: No dogs allowed at this or any Belwin event. Read more about Midwinter Family Fun

FREE yoga/stretch/stress release CLASSES for Educators, Healthcare, First Responders

We understand the stress educators and health care professionals are in. Energy Pilates in Woodbury and it's team of teachers, trainers and Medical Director, are offering free 35-minute classes so we can take care of you!

Take this time to relax, rejuvenate, learn more about what stress does to your body and how to manage it better. Register for your FREE class at and/or email [email protected] for more information.

*Bring your own yoga mat or we have mats to use at no charge. Read more about FREE yoga/stretch/stress release CLASSES for Educators, Healthcare, First Responders

Book Giveaway & Meet the Author

Author Sheletta Brundidge, known as Minnesota’s Autism Mom, is giving away hundreds of copies of her new best-selling book, Daniel Finds His Voice.

The book, which was recently featured on CBS This Morning, sold out two days after its release and is currently on reprint. It was written to help raise awareness about the impact that music has for children with special needs. The storyline is based on her son's connection to one special song that went viral in the summer of 2019.  Read more about Book Giveaway & Meet the Author

Staying in the Fight

Representative John Lewis, a civil rights activist who fought alongside Dr. King called on all Americans to get in the fight and stay in the fight. In this program, influential Black leaders discuss their groundbreaking work: delivering innovative solutions all the while challenging activists and allies alike to get in and stay in the fight for racial equity. Read more about Staying in the Fight

HBCU Legacy of Leadership

From Dr. King to Kamala Harris, Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) produce Black American leaders and legends who advance our society. This panel discussion will explore the origin story of HBCUs, how they are critical to the health of our communities, and how local civil rights leaders like Roy Wilkins and Marvel Cook advocated for HBCUs in the North. Read more about HBCU Legacy of Leadership


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