Saint Thomas Academy will host an open house for potential students and their parents, at which they can learn how Saint Thomas Academy provides an excellent and unique learning experience for boys in grades 6-12. Headmaster Matt Mohs, faculty and current students will provide an overview of academics, co-curriculars and student life. Students will lead tours of the campus. RSVPs requested: https://www.cadets.com/OpenHouse
Come celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation with music, word, and song! Led by David Cherwien and Susan Palo Cherwien, this annual event is sure to warm your heart during the cold winter month of February. We gather to sing and listen to beautiful music and poetry, and then we celebrate with a festive reception which includes appetizers, juice, and wine. This event is open to the public. A free will offering will be taken.
Local author and breast-cancer survivor Marianne McDonough will appear at the Harmar Mall Barnes and Noble on Sat., Feb. 18 beginning at 2 p.m.
She will talk with customers about her new book "8 Steps to Getting Real with Cancer," which offers a practical, compassionate and empowering step-by-step guide for cancer patients and those who love them.
Learn how to coordinate Social Security with other sources of retirement income, how to minimize taxes on Social Security benefits, five factors to consider when deciding to apply for benefits and more. Class presented by Thrivent Financial.
Northeast Minneapolis' Bodies by Burgoon success story Dawn Bryant lost more than 130 pounds in one year. And she's kept it off. Dawn has been featured in local and national media, including People Magazine, Good Morning America, and Women's World. In this session, Dawn will share real-life tips, struggles, humor, and practical advice to help encourage attendees to take control of their health and discover their own unique, strength-finding journeys.
What happens when classical education collides with contemporary controversies? When college senior, Judy Miller, tries to submit her own contemporized version of Antigone instead of the assigned formal paper on Greek tragedy, her professor, Henry Harper, refuses to accept it. As both become entrenched in their positions, issues of academic freedom, bigotry, entitlement, money, institutional power, and politics are all unearthed.