(507) 387-1666
421 East Hickory Street, Mankato, MN 56001
(507) 387-1666
421 East Hickory Street, Mankato, MN 56001

Classes, Groups & Trips

The VINE Adult Community Center offers hundreds of fitness, educational, and creative classes and monthly bus trips to local and out-of-town destination.

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Art & Craft Classes

UNTAMED ADVENTURE AND TOTAL FREEDOM

  • May 13
    1-2:30 pm

After graduating from the Minnesota State Mankato Department of Theatre & Dance, Emily Jansen started in a successful career as actress/performer. Now, however, she has taken life by the tail…and is loving it. Through her blog, “The Wanderlust Rose,” she is sharing reports from around the globe and tips on how others can do what she is doing. She refers to it as “untamed adventure & total freedom. Living out of a suitcase & working jobs all over the world…”

Cost:No charge for members; $5 for non-members. Call the VACC at (507) 386-5586 by 5/10 to register.

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Memoir Writing

  • Tuesdays
  • 11:30 am – 1:30 pm

This group meets weekly to work on their own memoirs.  Open to all VACC members.  No need to sign up, just simply show up.  


Painting

  • Tuesdays
  • 9 – 10:30 am

This group meets weekly to paint.  Open to all VACC members.  No need to sign up, just simply show up.  


Spelling

  • Tuesdays
  • 10:30 – 11:30 am

This group meets weekly to compete in a friendly competition Spelling Bee.  No need to sign up, just simply show up.


VINE Book Club

  • Third Tuesday of the Month
  • 3:15 – 4:30 pm

Any VACC member is welcome to join the VINE Book Club.  The group meets once a month to discuss the book.  The books are free to check out and can be picked up at the front desk of the VACC.  


YARN CLUB

  • Wednesdays
  • 10:15 am – 12 pm
  • Grab a ball of yarn, a set of needles or a crochet hook, and let’s get creative! Come when you want. Stay as long as you want. Bring your own supplies (and questions)! You may bring a project you are working on. There will also be several patterns available for easy projects such as a felted bowl, a bunny blanket, and a mitered pot holder. Knitters and crocheters of all levels are invited!

    Cost:  No charge. Members only. Bring your own supplies. Call the VACC at (507) 386-5586 the day before the meeting to let us know you are coming. The number of participants is limited to 12.


    EXPLORE THE NEW CITYART SCULPTURES

    • May 11
      2:30 – 4 pm

    The new CityArt Sculpture Walk will be installed on Saturday, May 11, so join us to look at the “new class.” Afterward, feel free to join us as we stop at a City Center restaurant to get a cold beverage and discuss our favorites.

    Cost:No charge for members; $5 for non-members. Call the VACC at (507) 386-5586 by 5/13 to register.

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    Bus Trips

    WE’VE GOT A SECOND SERVING OF SPAM

    • April 17

    The first tour filled up, so we’re going back to Austin! The SPAM® Museum is stuffed with interactive exhibits that bring the iconic history of the SPAM® Brand to life like you’ve never seen it before! Go behind the scenes and behind the can for an experience you will savor. We will go to the Hormel Historic Home and have lunch and a guided group tour of the historic home built in 1871. The Hormel Historic Home strives to preserve the home and history of the George A. and Lillian Hormel Family.

    Cost: $55 – Register online or call (507) 387-5501 by 4/1.

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    Old Log Theatre for Dinner and Clooney

    • May 1

    Tenderly, the Rosemary Clooney Musical is not a typical “juke-box musical.” It offers a fresh, remarkably personal, and poignant picture of the woman whose unparalleled talent and unbridled personality made her a legend. In Tenderly, Rosemary Clooney’s journey starts with her simple Maysville, Kentucky, childhood and follows her rise to Hollywood stardom. With her signature songs woven in and out, we learn both the story of her successes on film, radio, and TV, as well as her struggles in her personal life – with a career fading during the advent of rock ‘n’ roll and her battles with addiction and depression.

    Cost: $85 – Register online or call (507) 387-5501 by 4/8.

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    TWINS Game vs Angels

    • May 15

    Take me out to the ball game! Let’s enjoy an afternoon of outdoor baseball at Target Field stadium to watch the Minnesota Twins play the Angels. The game starts at 12:10. Our seats are located on the field Terrace off of the 1st base line. This spot will keep you in the shade, so you can enjoy the outdoor game.

    Cost: $60 – Register online or call (507) 387-5501 by 4/15.

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    Historic Sites of Owatonna Trip

    • June 6

    This historic tour of our neighbor to the east, Owatonna, includes stops at three very different locations. Start the day at the Steele County Historical Society, located on the county fairgrounds, for a self-guided tour of current exhibits. Next, get a guided tour of the 19 structures in their Village of Yesteryear. After lunch on site, we’ll travel to the National Farmers’ Bank, now Wells Fargo, on the downtown Central Park before traveling to the former Minnesota State Public School for Dependent and Neglected Children.

    Cost: $68 – Register online or call (507) 387-5501 by 5/6.

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    Stillwater Riverboat/Lunch

    • July 17

    Welcome aboard! Create lasting memories and experience the beauty of this National Parkway, the scenic St. Croix River, during a nice summer day. Also, you will be able to enjoy our deli buffet of sliced meats and cheeses served with fresh bakery rolls, sandwich fixings, fresh fruit, seasonal salad and a warm entrée selection and a gourmet cookie assortment. It’s a day you won’t forget!

    Cost: $69 – Register online or call (507) 387-5501 by 6/7.

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    Stillwater Riverboat/Lunch

    • August 21

    Welcome aboard! Create lasting memories and experience the beauty of this National Parkway, the scenic St. Croix River, during a nice summer day. Also, you will be able to enjoy our deli buffet of sliced meats and cheeses served with fresh bakery rolls, sandwich fixings, fresh fruit, seasonal salad and a warm entrée selection and a gourmet cookie assortment. It’s a day you won’t forget!

    Cost: $69 – Register online or call (507) 387-5501 by 7/21.

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    State Fair

    • August 29

    In 2018, the Minnesota State Fair set a new attendance record with more than 2 million people visiting “The Great Minnesota Get-Together”! What began in 1854 as a territorial fair continues to grow and add new attractions. Tractors, corn dogs, cows, seed art, vendors, and more is just the beginning! Join us for our annual trip and don’t worry about parking or traffic. Instead, map out your day and wear your comfortable walking shoes. Discount tickets are available for those 65 and over.

    Cost: $50 for 65 and older; $56 for 64 and younger – Register online or call (507) 387-5501 by 8/5.

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    Computer Classes

    MAKING THE MOST OF MICROSOFT OFFICE

    • April 15
    • 5:30 – 7 pm

    Learn the ins and outs of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and more!

    Cost: No charge for members; $5 for non-members. Call the VACC at (507) 386-5586 by 4/12 to register.

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    WORD PROCESSING 101

    • April 30
    • 2:30-4 pm

    Are you missing your typewriter? Wish you still had it so you could “whip up” a letter or note? Let technology help you out. This class will cover basic … very basic … word processing computer skills. The class will cover word processing vocabulary and then move to skills so that participants could word process (type) a basic letter or note and print it. Google Docs (an application included in a Gmail account) will be used to demonstrate these skills and will make it easier for participants to follow. Having a Gmail account will be advantageous, but not necessary.

    Cost: No charge for members; $5 for non-members. Call the VACC at (507) 386-5586 by 4/29 to register. Class is limited to 15 participants.

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    HOW TO BACK UP ALL OF YOUR DATA

    • May 20
    • 5:30 – 7 pm

    Be certain that your data is backed up and secure. Learn to create full copies of your computer or create backups of single files or folders. Backups and data security will be explained in easy-to-understand language.

    Cost: No charge for members; $5 for non-members. Call the VACC at (507) 386-5586 by 5/17 to register.

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    Fitness Classes

    Group Fitness classes are FREE with a Premium or Platinum membership, $5 with Basic membership, $7 with Supporting Membership or $10 for non-members.  

    BARRE ABOVE

    • Third Saturday of each month
      9-9:45 am
    • Barre Above® incorporates Pilates, yoga, aerobics and a variety of strength training exercises commonly used by dancers. This class can help improve posture, flexibility and balance while finding the strength of your inner dancer! (No dance skills required.) We will have yoga mats available but bring your own if you’d like.


      BASIC YOGA

      • Mondays
        5 – 6 pm
      • Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays
        9 – 10 am

      Basic Yoga will challenge you physically while helping maintain and improve your flexibility and form.


      BEGINNING YOGA

      • Tuesdays
        10:15 – 11:15 am

      If you have little or no yoga experience, our beginning yoga class will teach you some of the basic poses.


      CARDIO-STRENGTH

      • Mondays & Wednesdays
        4:30 – 5:30 pm

      Participants in Cardo-Strength will be challenged each week with a variety of aerobic and strength training activities: you never know what to expect!


      CHAIR YOGA

      • Mondays
        9 – 10 am
      • 10:15 – 11:15 am

      • Wednesdays
        1:30 – 2:30 pm
      • Thursdays
        10:15 – 11:15 am

      This class is for those individuals who want to try yoga but are unable to get down onto the floor.  Many yoga poses can be done from a chair rather than the ground.  


      GENTLE YOGA

      • Fridays
        9 – 10 am

      Gentle Yoga focuses on moving slowly through poses with awareness on form and breath.


      MOVE IT MORE

      • Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays
        9 – 10 am
      • Mondays & Wednesdays
        10:30 – 11:30 am

      Movie it More offers a challenging workout for those with little or no difficulty with balance and walking.


      PARTNERS IN ACTIVE LIVING (PALS)

      • Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays
        1:30 – 2:30 pm

      PALS is a great class for those who want a safe and gradual increase in their activity level to improve strength, flexibility and balance.  PALS is suitable for people of all fitness levels, including those who use a cane or walker.  


      QIGONG PRACTICE GROUP

      • Thursdays
        4-5 pm

      Qigong incorporates coordinated body postures and movement with breathing and meditation.  All activities can be done sitting or standing, and no previous Qigong experience is necessary.


      RESTORATIVE YOGA

      • 2nd Saturday of the Month
        9 – 10:30 am

      Restorative Yoga focuses on deep relaxation where poses are held for several minutes. Some yoga experience is required and class size is limited to eight students. Pre-registration is required. Call 386-5586.


      STRETCH AND FLEX

      • Tuesdays & Thursdays
        9:30 – 10:15 am

      Start your day with some gentle stretches.  Staying flexible can help you move better throughout your day and prevent common muscle injuries.  In this 30-minute class you will move through simple stretches that target your upper, middle, and lower body muscles.  Some stretches will be done from the floor.  Warming up your muscles prior to class is recommended.  


      TAI CHI FOR HEALTH

      Level 1:

      • Mondays & Wednesdays
        11:30 am – 12:30 pm

      Level 2: (completion of Level 1 is required)

      • Tuesdays
        12 – 12:45 pm

      Tai Chi Practice:

      • Friday
        12:30 – 1 pm

      This Tai Chi program is easy to learn and provides many health benefits in a relatively short time.  Medical studies show that practicing Tai Chi can reduce joint pain, prevent falls, and improve a person’s general health.


      TE-KI-DO

      • Wednesdays
        10:15 – 11 am

      This unique blend of easy martial arts was designed for people with little or no knowledge of its practice.  The class is a way for older adults to increase their energy, improve balance, and decreases stress.  


      TREKKERS/SNOWSHOERS

      • Thursdays
        1-2 pm

      Join the fun and adventurous trekking/snowshoeing group who meet rain or shine at different parks and trails in the area each week for a leisurely one-hour outing.  Trekking poles and snowshoes are available to members for FREE or $10 for non-members.  Call 507-387-1666 to find out the location each week.

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      ZUMBA GOLD

      • Tuesday & Thursday
        10:30 – 11:30 am or 5 – 6 pm

      Zumba Gold is designed with active older adults in mind: gentle on the body and easy-to-follow dance moves.  If you enjoy listening to fun music while you dance, then ditch your workout and join the party!


      WATER 101

      • Third Friday of each month: March 15, April 19 & May 17
        12-12:45 pm

      Are you afraid or nervous about being in the water and want to get more comfortable? This small group session will help address fears you may have, while giving you confidence to attend a water exercise class or open swim time. It’s never too late to enjoy the benefits water exercise provides! Pre-registration is required.

    Game Groups

    The VINE Adult Community Center offers a number of different activities to partake in.  

    • 500 – Wednesdays at 1 pm
    • Billiards – Mondays through Fridays from 8 am – 5 pm in the Game Room
    • Bridge – Thursdays at 1 pm
    • Cribbage – Tuesdays & Fridays at 1 pm
    • Dominoes – 2nd & 4th Mondays of the month at 10 am
    • Duplicate Bridge – Mondays at 1 pm & Wednesdays at 6:30 pm
    • Mahjong – Mondays at 1 pm
    • Pheffer – Wednesdays at 1 pm
    • Ping-Pong – Mondays & Wednesdays from 11:30 am – 1 pm
    • Whist – Fridays at 9:30 am

    Health & Education Classes

    FOOT CARE CLINIC

    • Third Tuesday of the month
      9 am – 5 pm

    Pathstone Home Care staffs this monthly foot care clinic.  Bring your own basin and towel.  Call the VACC at (507) 386-5586 to schedule an appointment.

    Cost:  $27


    DEVELOPING KINDER, GENTLER SKILLS FOR COMMUNICATION

    • April 1 (How to Talk so People Will Listen) April 8 (How to Listen so People Will Talk & April 15 (How to Disagree without Being Disagreeable)
      2:30-4 pm

    It is recommended that you register for all three sessions; however, you may register for sessions individually.

    How to Talk so People Will Listen (April 1)
    • Feelings vs. facts
    • Assertiveness
    • Asking for wants and needs

    How to Listen so People Will Talk (April 8)
    • Differences between feelings, facts and opinions
    • Empathic feedback
    • Distilling meaning

    How to Disagree without Being Disagreeable (April 15)
    • How to stay calm in the storm
    • Presenting a difference of opinion
    • Reaching consensus

    Cost:Free for members; $5 for non-members. Call the VACC at (507) 386-5586 the day prior to register.

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    WHAT IS THE OTHER MANKATO LIKE?

    • April 3
      1-2:30 pm

    Mankato is a pretty uncommon name, derived from a misspelling back when the Minnesota city was founded. So, it’s likely that if there is another Mankato in the United States – and there is one, in Kansas – then they must have some connection. Mike has visited our “sister city” twice and will shed some light on what he found there, some pictures of what it looks like, and how these Mankatos may be connected.

    Cost:Free for members; $5 for non-members. Call the VACC at (507) 386-5586 by 4/1 to register.

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    DARE TO REPAIR: BASIC HOME REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE

    • April 5
      1-2:30 pm

    Would you like to know how to do some basic home repair and maintenance tasks? Staying on top of home maintenance tasks can help you avoid future headaches and save money. Many home repairs can be completed on your own without much experience! Corey will empower you to complete some basic jobs. You’ll learn how to make basic repairs to things around the house, as well as self-inspection of items to help prevent major repairs later. Bring your questions and Corey will be glad to tackle them for you.

    Cost:Free for members; $5 for non-members. Call the VACC at (507) 386-5586 by 4/3 to register.

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    LIVING EARTH CENTER: IT’S ABOUT CONNECTIONS

    • April 11
      2:30-3:30 pm

    Living Earth Center believes that, like a healthy eco-system, a healthy community needs diversity of people, of ideas, and strengths – all contributing to the community as a whole. Join Laura Peterson in conversation about how Living Earth Center, through hosting the largest community garden in Mankato and providing educational and soul-enrichment opportunities, is helping the local and greater Mankato community find and share connections.

    Cost:Free for members; $5 for non-members. Call the VACC at (507) 386-5586 by 4/9 to register.

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    FIVE WISHES

    • April 16
      2-3:30 pm

    Don’t put it off another day; complete your healthcare directive! Five Wishes will help you plan for care at the end of life and express how you want to be treated if you are unable to speak for yourself. The presentation will include a 30-minute DVD with instructions on how to complete your Five Wishes document.

    Cost:Free for members; $5 for non-members plus an additional $5 for Five Wishes document. Call the VACC at (507) 386-5586 by 4/15 to register.

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    DISEASE-FIGHTING FOOD PRIMER

    • April 17
      11 am – 12 pm

    Did you know many cancers take 10 or more years to develop? Diet and lifestyle can reduce your risk of developing cancer when healthy habits are adopted every day. Grace Fjeldberg, registered dietitian with Mayo Clinic Health System, will present easy and practical ways to use nutrition to help prevent colon and other cancers.

    Cost:Presented free of charge by Mayo Clinic Health System. Call the VACC at (507) 386-5586 by 4/15 to register.

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    SPIDERS: IN A WEB OF MISUNDERSTANDING

    • April 19
      1-2:30 pm

    Many people are creeped out or scared of spiders. A lot of it has to do with their eight legs, big eyes and how they easily adapted to being in your house. There are many different types of spiders and surprisingly not all make webs to catch their prey. We will talk about some of different spiders found here in Minnesota and some of their amazing characteristics!

    Cost:Free for members; $5 for non-members. Call the VACC at (507) 386-5586 by 4/17 to register.

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    MAXIMIZE OUTDOOR SPACE WITH PLANTS THAT POP

    • April 25
      2-3:30 pm

    It’s finally spring and we can dig in the dirt! Please join us to learn about beautiful, new, and improved plant varieties, eye-catching color combinations, and how to use varied leaf textures to add interest. Make this the summer to maximize enjoyment of your outdoor space with easy to grow plants.

    Cost:No charge for members; $5 for non-members. Call the VACC at (507) 386-5586 by 4/23 to register.

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    THE PRACTICE OF MINDFULNESS

    • April 29
      1-2:30 pm

    Learn about mindfulness and have an opportunity to practice what you have learned. Mindfulness is the psychological process of bringing one’s attention to experiences occurring in the present moment, which one can develop through the practice of meditation and through other training.

    Cost:No charge for members; $5 for non-members. Call the VACC at (507) 386-5586 by 4/26 to register.

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    WHAT MOTIVATES YOU TO GET THINGS DONE?

    • May 3
      1-2:30 pm

    How do companies motivate their employees to be productive? Does a promise of greater reward, a threat of punishment or something else get you to accomplish your goal? Come to our discussion and be a part of the conversation. Find out some of the latest thinking on what motivates people. You will be surprised at what is a good motivator and what you should not use to motivate yourself or others.

    Cost:Free for members; $5 for non-members. Call the VACC at (507) 386-5586 by 4/30 to register.

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    ASSIST BICYCLES

    • May 9 (May 16 – raindate)
      2-3:30 pm

    When was the last time you rode a bicycle? How far did you ride and how fast did you go? Most importantly, did you have FUN? Electric assist bicycles allow you to ride further, perhaps a little faster, flatten out the hills and enjoy the ride! Come learn from Nicollet Bike, your local bike shop, why eBikes are becoming increasingly more popular. Curious as to how they ride and handle? Demo bikes, parking lot test-rides and longer instructional group ride sessions will be available on site. Helmets will be provided. Please come ready to pedal.

    Cost:Free for members; $5 for non-members. Call the VACC at (507) 386-5586 by 5/7 to register.

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    ARTHRITIS OF THE SPINE AND NERVE PAIN

    • May 15
      11 am – 12 pm

    The nature of being human and aging comes with the wear and tear of arthritis. Arthritis is not a picky disease and affects all joints, including all the joints of our spine. Dr. Meghan Murphy, neurosurgeon at Mayo Clinic Health System in Mankato, will review common problems of arthritis in the spine and nerve pain and what treatments can be used to decrease pain and enhance quality of life.

    Cost:Presented free of charge by Mayo Clinic Health System. Call the VACC at (507) 386-5586 by 5/13 to register.

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    GET YOUR DUCKS IN A ROW: A GIFT TO THOSE YOU LOVE

    • May 17
      2-3 pm

    This program will provide guidance for gathering and storing significant personal information so it’s available to your loved ones after you die. Join VINE staff and others for this important discussion. Give yourself and your family a sense of security and peace of mind. A guidebook can be purchased for $10 and includes all of the information you need.

    Cost:No charge for members; $5 for non-members. Call the VACC at (507) 386-5586 by 5/15 to register.

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    Travel Forums

    DISCOVER PORTUGAL

    • Date TBD – rescheduled due to storm
      2-3:30 pm

    Portugal is a small country that offers a lot of variety — from the cities of Lisbon and Oporto, to fishing villages in the north, to the internationally known Catholic pilgrimage site of Fatima, to palaces and castles, to medieval villages, to the oldest university, and the Duoro River. There are several UNESCO World Heritage sites included in this presentation.
    In addition, we will discuss the possibility of having future “Traveler Forums” where experienced travelers can share tips they have developed, interesting destinations and potential pitfalls to travel. Come with your own ideas to share!

    Cost:FREE for members; $5 for non-members. Call the VACC at (507) 386-5586 by 2/19 to sign up.

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    NORWAY’S FJORDS (THE EASY WAY)

    • May 22
      1-2:30 pm

    Some of the prettiest country on earth lies along the west coast of Norway, with its mix of fjords, mountains, glaciers, waterfalls, and picturesque villages. While there are lots of ways to visit the area, many of them present real physical challenges due to the topography. Perhaps the easiest way is on a cruise ship stopping at six of the most popular towns and exploring the scenery near each one. An added bonus is the travel into and out of the long fjords with their cliffs and cascading waterfalls just off the sides of the ship. Bill and Robin will present a slideshow about their trip and discuss the pros & cons of cruising versus other forms of travel.

    Cost:FREE for members; $5 for non-members. Call the VACC at (507) 386-5586 by 5/20 to sign up.

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    Veteran Events

    WOMEN AT GETTYSBURG: GIVE US THIS DAY OUR DAILY DEAD

    • April 9
      1-2:30 pm

    On July 1, 1863, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, population 2,400, shed its small-town tranquility as the most famous battle in the entire Civil War began. For three days, war would rage in fields and orchards, with farmers and townspeople alike caught in the crosshairs. The town was forever changed. Nearly every home became a hospital. Many women of area continuously baked bread to feed hungry soldiers, most nursed the wounded, and some even buried the dead left on the field after the fighting was over. Learn about the work of these strong women and how one Gettysburg family formed a bond with the immortal Minnesota First Regiment.

    Cost:Free for veterans. Call the VACC at (507) 386-5586 by 4/7 to register.


    VISITING THE BISON AT MINNEOPA STATE PARK

    • April 26
      1 pm

    Join Minneopa Area Naturalist Scott Kudelka on a bus tour of Minneopa State Park’s bison range. You’ll learn about North America’s largest mammal and the Minnesota Bison Conservation Herd.

    Cost:This tour is provided free of charge to veterans and their spouses or surviving spouses through a grant from the Veterans 4 Veterans Trust Fund. Call 386-5586 to register.


    IMPROVE YOUR RIDE WITH ELECTRIC VETERAN BENEFITS: WHAT THEY ARE, HOW TO ACCESS THEM

    • May 8
      2-3:30 pm

    Learn about the benefits that are available to veterans and how to access these benefits. Am I eligible? How do I apply? Where do I go? Who do I talk to? Join us at this informative presentation to learn about veteran benefit entitlements. There will be an opportunity to ask questions of the presenters.

    Cost:This presentation is free for veterans. Call 386-5586 to register.


    Warm Water Exercise Pool Schedule

    MONDAYTUESDAYWEDNESDAYTHURSDAYFRIDAYSATURDAY
    Open Swim
    7:30-9 am

    Open Swim
    7:30-10 am
    Open Swim
    7:30-9 am
    Open Swim
    7:30-10 am

    Open Swim
    7:30-9 am
    Open Swim
    8-10 am
    Warm Water Exercise Class - Level 2
    9-10 am
    Warm Water Exercise - Level 3
    10-10:45 am
    Warm Water Exercise Class - Level 2
    9-10 am
    Warm Water Exercise - Level 3
    10-10:45 am
    Warm Water Exercise Class - Level 2
    9-10 am
    *Warm Water Exercise Class - Level 2
    10-11 am
    Open Swim
    10-11 am
    Aqua Yoga (level 1)
    11-11:45 am
    Deep Water Exercise (level 2/3)
    10:15-11 am
    Aqua Yoga (level 1)
    11-11:45 am
    Open Swim
    10-11 am
    *Aqua Zumba in place of Warm Water Exercise 1st Sat. of the month
    10-11 am
    Warm Water Exercise Class - Level 1
    11:15 am - 12 pm
    Open Swim
    12-1 pm
    Warm Water Exercise Class - Level 1
    11:15 am - 12 pm
    Open Swim
    12-1 pm
    Deep Water Exercise Class - Level 2/3
    11 am - 11:45 am
    Open Swim
    11-11:30 am
    Open Swim
    12-1 pm
    Private Rental
    1-5 pm
    Open Swim
    12-1 pm
    Private Rental
    1-5 pm
    Private Rental
    1-5 pm
    Private Rental
    1-3 pm
    Warm Water Exercise (level 1/2)
    5:15-6 pm
    Private Rental
    1-3 pm
    Open Swim
    5-6:30 pm
    Warm Water Exercise Class - Level 2
    3-4 pm
    Open Swim
    6-6:30 pm
    Warm Water Exercise Class - Level 2
    3-4 pm
    Open Swim
    4-6:30 pm
    Open Swim
    4-6:30 pm

    Level 1: Gentle movement including walking, stretching, and balance activities. May include use of noodles, kickboards, and weights.

    Level 2: May include jogging, jumping, twisting, and constant movement. Weights, kickboards, and noodles are often incorporated.

    Level 3: May include deep water exercise and rigorous movement. Weights, kickboard, noodles, and water belts are often incorporated.

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