Concert in the Park: Sawyer’s Dream – July 8th

Sawyer’s Dream
Concert in the Park
Friday July 8th
John Burch Park Bandshell

Join us for a concert in the park with Sawyer’s Dream.
Inspired by the writings of Mark Twain and bands such as the Mamas & the Papas, ABBA and Fleetwood Mac, Sawyer’s Dream is a modernized blend of Americana, Pop, Rock and Soul. Featuring powerhouse female lead vocals and intricate four-part harmonies, the music is engaging, upbeat and earthy. Formatted for an audience of all ages, the songs will take you back to simpler times; a time of dreams, nature and human kindness.

Intro to 3D Printing – July 7th

Intro to 3D Printing
Thursday July 7th

An introductory workshop for adults and teens ages 13+ (or younger with an accompanying adult) to learn the basics of how to design and print 3D objects.

Library in Motion: Balance – Fridays at 12 noon

Library in Motion: Balance
Fridays at 12 noon
Goodhue Lake Byllesby Park
July 1st – July 25th

Improve your balance in motion.
If temps are 90-degrees or higher, class will be in the CF Library.
*All new participants must sign a waiver before their first class.

Make-it Monday: Leaf Printing – June 20th

Make-it Monday: Leaf Printing
Monday, June 20th
6-7:30 pm
We’ll do some nature printing with leaves onto a flour sack dish towel. Wear clothes you can get messy in.
For ages 13 and up. All materials provided.

Attend in person, or pick-up a kit and watch the video tutorial on the
CF Library YouTube Channel.

Reserve a spot or kit by registering at the CF Library, or by calling 507-263-2804 by Friday June 17th.

A Piece of Her Mind: Culture & Technology in American Quilts – June 18th

A Piece of Her Mind: Culture & Technology in American Quilts
Saturday June 18th
11am – 12pm
Today’s culture makes it easy for American women to engage in the world around them, thanks to advances in both women’s rights and technology. But between 1820 and 1920, many women chose to respond to current events and trends creatively, through one of their prescribed activities: needlework. Quilts allowed women to engage in the world while conforming to their era’s gender roles, which restricted women to the private, domestic sphere.
This exhibition, presented by a docent of the Daughters of the American Revolution Museum, will showcase quilts that reflect their makers’ interest in the world.

National Eagle Center: Live Eagle Program – June 16th

National Eagle Center: Live Eagle Program
Thursday, June 16th
11am – 12pm
The National Eagle Center provides the opportunity to learn all about eagle biology, ecology, natural history, and cultural connections in an engaging and entertaining presentation by one of their naturalist interpreters.
This program features a live eagle ambassador. Cameras are welcome.