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Coach Bus Trip: A Tisket a Tasket in Otsego, MN (101 Market)

$62
Calendar Nov 19, 2019 at 10:30 am

Coach Bus Trip:  A Tisket a Tasket in Otsego, MN (101 Market)

Tuesday, November 19

10:30 AM-2:30 PM

A lovely and often requested visit to the 101 Market in Otsego for the special luncheon emanating from the seasonal floral availability.  A look at the coming holiday season and an interesting demonstration on decorating with flora and fauna.  A very beautiful and delicious array of luncheon dishes is served with special ambiance in the greenhouse.  Decor, floral and gift shopping is available.

Bus site pickups:

10:30 AM from Gustavus Adolphus Church (1669 Arcade Street, St. Paul)

10:45 AM from the Lyngblomsten campus, Community room (lower level)

Fee: $62.00 includes coach bus transportation, floral demonstration, lunch, and tip for the driver.

Registration and payment required by October 29.

 

Full Course
In-Home Respite Companion Training for Friends and Family
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In-Home Respite Companion Training for Friends and Family

Free

with Jeanne Schuller

Calendar Nov 20, 2019 at 10 am

Lunch Provided.

Respite is short-term relief that allows caregivers to attend to matters other than caring for their loved ones.  This training will help friends, family members, neighbors, volunteers, and faith community members feel empowered and prepared to offer their assistance by visiting an older adult with memory loss in his or her home.

All companions will be trained using REST© (Respite Education & Support Tools), an evidenced-supported program that provides individuals with the education and tools they need to be confident companions.  Facilitators:  Lisa Brown, MSW, Caregiver Resource Social Worker & Jeanne Schuller, MSW, In Home Respite Program Development Coordinator.

Refreshments Provided

Special Registration by November 15. 

To learn more and register:  Contact Jeanne Schuller, MSW, at (651) 632-5320 or jschuller@lyngblomsten.org

 

Redeemer Primetime: History Center Judy Garland
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Redeemer Primetime: History Center Judy Garland

$35
Calendar Nov 21, 2019 at 9:30 am

FULL - REGISTRATION CLOSED 

Special Registration:  Sign up at the Redeemer Church Welcome Center or call the church office at (651) 429-5411 by November 21st,  2019. Walk-ins welcome. 

Fee:  $35

Armchair Traveler: Caribbean Cruising, Three Ports of Call, A Cross Generational Experience

Free

with Janet Byrnes

Calendar Nov 21, 2019 at 1 pm

Hear about Janet Byrnes’s travels in the Caribbean aboard Norwegian Cruise Lines’ Epic.  It is one of the largest ships with 4,100 guests and 1724 crew.  Hear about the pros and cons of cruising on a very large ship, the variety of restaurants on board and the amazing activities available.  The three ports of call were St. Thomas, US Virgin Island, Tortola, British Virgin Island and Norwegian’s private island, Great Stirrup Kay.  Each stop offered amazing sites and activities.  In addition to hearing about the ship and the islands, learn about traveling with three generations.  Because our group ranged in age from 16 to 79, we paid special attention to what worked best for people of all ages.  If you are considering a cruise, this is great information.  If you are coming to enjoy learning about new places and adventures, Janet will make you feel as if you are there with her family enjoying the food, sun and activities!  Presenter Janet Byrnes, Lyngblomsten Assistant Administrator.

Free program; $3 pie and coffee (Optional; pay at the door).

Registration preferred; walk-ins welcome.

Volunteer at Open Hands Midway: 9:30-11 AM Shift

Free
Calendar Nov 25, 2019 at 9:30 am

Monday, November 25 at Open Hands Midway (436 Roy Street N, St. Paul)

9:30–11 AM (meal preparation)

Open Hands Midway is a nonprofit housed in Bethlehem Lutheran Church in the Midway. On Mondays, they offer a meal, fresh produce, bakery, clothing, and household items free to people in need. They can use our help! We have been invited to help prepare and serve a Monday meal. NOTE: This shift has greatest need for volunteers.

Bus site pick-up:

From the Lyngblomsten campus, Community Room (lower level) 9 AM; Return 11:15 AM

FREE:  includes transportation. Please consider a donation to the organization itself instead.

Registration required by November 12.

 

 

Full Course

Art History: George Morrison

$12

with Angie Renee

Calendar Nov 25, 2019 at 10 am

Join local artist, Angie Renee who will lead a group discussion about famous artists in history and the artist’s impact on the world.

November 25:  George Morrison

Let’s look at the beautiful paintings of Native American artist George Morrison.

Registration preferred; walk-ins welcome.

FEE:  $12/class:  scholarships available.

Volunteer at Open Hands Midway: 11:30 AM-2:15 PM Shift

Free
Calendar Nov 25, 2019 at 11:30 am

Monday, November 25, at Open Hands Midway (436 Roy Street N, St. Paul)

11:30 AM–2:15 PM (serving and clean-up)

Open Hands Midway is a nonprofit housed in Bethlehem Lutheran Church in the Midway.  On Mondays, they offer a meal, fresh produce, bakery, clothing, and household items free to people in need.  They can use our help!  We have been invited to help prepare and serve a Monday meal.  Lunch is provided to those who help serve it.

Bus site pick-up:

From the Lyngblomsten campus, Community Room (lower level) 11:15 AM; Return 2:30 PM

FREE:  includes transportation. Please consider a donation to the organization itself instead.

Registration required by November 12.

 

Full Course

Exploring Art: Wayne Thiebaud

$30

with Debbie Lyon and Renee DesJarlais

Calendar Dec 3, 2019 at 1 pm, runs for 3 weeks

Exploring Art is a series that focuses on an historical or current artist, his or her impact on society, artistic style, time period, artistic influences, and carryover for today’s art.  Participants will create visual art project(s) using the artist's style.  Teaching artists: Art with Heart instructors, Debbie Lyon and Renee Des Jarlais.

Three-week series, December 3, 10, 17:  Wayne Thiebaud

American artist Wayne Thiebaud is a painter born in Mesa Arizona in 1920 best known for his still lifes of edible treats and everyday objects in his singular illustrative style.  His most popular subject matter includes colorful cakes, slices of pie, candy pieces, and the winding streets of San Francisco.  This series is designed to include both lecture and visual art experience each session.

Registration required by November 29.

Fee: $30.00/series; includes supplies.  Scholarships available.





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