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  • Umbrella Group

    Umbrella project volunteers participate in the community to enhance services: Making A Difference Through Service. If this resonates with you, please join us! Some past activities include visiting healthcare centers, assisting new Americans to learn English, decorating bags for meals on wheels, sewing bags for Days for Girls, and several other one-time projects. This is an active volunteer group, not a fundraising group. Register for the year, or come for a visit to see what we are working on. You are not required to participate in "everything"; we encourage you to get involved in what interests YOU!
  • Understanding Probate

    Do you know what probate is? Do you know how to avoid it? If you are unsure of the answers to these questions, you need this class! Explore the different options available to you as you make plans for the possessions you would like to leave to loved ones. The Probate laws change from time to time, so come hear the latest if you think you want your estate to avoid probate. Presenter: Andy Lehner Wed, Sept 22 10-11:30am $3 Register by Wed, Sept 15
  • WSP Murder Mystery Lunch

    Arrive in the tiny village of Afton, MN at the historic Afton House Inn overlooking the St. Croix River Valley. Be seated in the Wheel Room or Pennington Room. This modern property is filled with antique ambiance. Upon arrival guests will receive parts for the murder mystery play. In the process of removing suspicion from yourself, you question or point to others with motive and opportunity. During these two hours of laughter and mystery solving, you will be served a luncheon. Menu: Rosemary Roasted Pork Loin with Garlic Mashed Potatoes, a Rosemary Demin Glaze, Fresh Vegetables, Rolls & Butter, Coffee or Hot Tea, Dessert. After the mystery is solved, take a few minutes to look around the property. There are some B & B rooms you can view. Within a few blocks there are some small shops to explore and an ice cream shop. Tuesday, November 16 $72.00 Depart TPAC 10am / Return 2:15pm Depart SSP 10:15am / Return 2pm Register by August 30
  • WSP The Play That Goes Wrong (Old Log Theater)

    Have lunch in the Old Log Dining Room. Make menu choice at sign up: Bone-out Short Rib with mashed potatoes, green beans and au jus Chicken Breast with roasted red potatoes, green beans and a sherry cream sauce. Vegetarian pasta. Made with house marinara and fresh vegetables. All meals include Rolls, Coffee, Tea, Dessert 1:15 p.m. After lunch move into theater. 1:30 p.m. Theater performance ““The Play That Goes Wrong.” This classic murder mystery is chock-full of mishaps and madcap mania and set on The Murder at Haversham Manor where things are quickly going from bad to utterly disastrous. With an unconscious leading lady, a corpse that can’t play dead, and actors who trip over everything (including their lines), it’s “tons of fun for all ages” (HuffPost) and “Comic Gold” (Variety) – are sure to bring down the house! Thursday, January 20, 2022 $83.00 Depart TPAC 10:15am / Return 5pm Depart SSP 10:30am / Return 4:45pm Register by December 17
  • Watercolor I

    Continue learning and improving your watercolor skills by creating beautiful paintings. Learn new skills, experiment with different styles of painting and have fun being creative! Please bring your own supplies. Pre-requisite: Introduction to Watercolor Painting, or previous consent of instructor. Instructor - Linda Stout
  • Watercolor II

    Discover even more about the exciting facets of watercolor painting. Apply what you already know and learn more about techniques, color theory, and more. Emphasis will be on the elements and principles of art and design as you create beautiful paintings! Participants will be using their own supplies. In-person at TPAC. Pre-requisite: Introduction to Watercolor Painting and Watercolor I, or previous consent of the instructor. Instructor: Linda Stout
  • Write Your Own Healthcare Directive

    Have you heard of a Health Care Directive or "Living Will"? These are critically important documents that afford you the option to decide who you would like to advocate for you if you ever become unable to do so for yourself. You can leave with directives in place! Presenter: Andy Lehner Wed, Sept 29 10-11 am $2 Register by Wed, Sept 22
  • ​Braver Angels: Listening to the Other Side

    There's a lot of stress these days among family members and friends who are divided politically, and the current polarized public conversation doesn't help. Please join us for a presentation on Braver Angels, a national grassroots movement dedicated to depolarizing our country. Presenters will explain how Braver Angels teaches skills for having respectful conversations that help participants understand one another better, see each other's humanity, and find common ground where it exists. Braver Angels does not seek to change anyone's viewpoints or values, but rather to change how we treat people with whom we disagree, so we can establish a foundation for working together, to better understand our problems, and identify consensus solutions. Presenters: Frederick Hotchner & Barbara Thomas Mon, Dec 6 10-11am 1633-F21 1 session - $5 Register by Mon, Nov 29