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  1. Jun

    1. Monthly Community Dinner, New Ulm
      5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

      Monthly Community Dinner, United Church of Christ, 301 South Minnesota Street – 4th Wednesday of the month, 5:30-6:30pm

      June 25; July 23; August 27; September 24; October 22; November 19 (3rd Wed. of month); December 17 (3rd Wed. of month).

  2. Sep

    1. TRIAD Meeting
      10:00 am – 12:00 pm

      The monthly meeting of TRIAD will be held at the New Ulm Senior Center, 600 N German, on September 16, at 10am. 

      The speaker is from Heartland Express. Come and learn how you too can use this transportation service. 

      TRIAD, law enforcement and seniors working together, is also a good opportunity to learn how to protect yourself from scans and identity theft and what to do if these things happen to you. Everyone welcome.

      For more information, call Bert at 359-2351.

    2. Author Jacqueline West at New Ulm Public Library
      6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

      Minnesota author Jacqueline West will share a family program at the New Ulm Public Library on Tuesday, Sept. 16 at 6 p.m. West will talk about her popular junior fiction series, “The Books of Elsewhere.” The series follows the adventures of 11-year-old Olive Dunwoody as she travels to Elsewhere, the world inside the antique paintings on the walls of the old stone house on Linden Street. Copies of “The Shadows,” the first book in the series, are available at the Children’s Desk upon request while supplies last. For more information, call the library at 507-359-8336.

      This event is made possible by a grant provided by the Traverse des Sioux Library Cooperative and was funded in part or in whole with money from Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.

  3. Sep

    1. Hector United Methodist Chicken Pie Supper
      4:30 pm – 7:00 pm

      Hector United Methodist Church Chicken Pie Supper – Family Style will be Wednesday, September 17, starting at 4:30pm.

      Menu: chicken and biscuits; real mashed potatoes and gravy; homemade baked beans; coleslaw; tomatoes; bread; desserts. Adults/$9; children 5-12/$5 and children 4 and under/free. Take outs start at 4:30pm. Free will offering for Renville Food Shelf.

    2. Fall Sandwich Supper, Morgan
      5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

      Fall Sandwich Supper at St. John Lutheran Church, 403 Carelton Avenue, Morgan, on Wednesday, September 17. Serving will be from 5-7pm.

      The menu will include hot turkey, pulled pork and bbq sandwiches, potato salad, beans, coleslaw, dessert, coffee and milk. Free will offering. A country store/bake sale will be held in connection with the supper.

    3. Fall Sandwich Supper, Morgan
      5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

      All are welcome to attend the annual Fall Sandwich Supper at St. John Lutheran Church, 403 Carelton Avenue in Morgan on Wednesday, September 17 from 5-7pm.

      The menu will include hot turkey, pulled pork and bbq sandwiches, potato salad, beans, coleslaw, dessert, coffee and milk. Free will offering. A country store/bake sale will be held in connection with the supper.

  4. Sep

    1. Tri-County Solid Waste
      10:00 am – 2:00 pm

      Tri-County Solid Waste will be at the Nicollet County Highway Garage is Klossner off Highway 5 and the Old Fort Road on Thursday, September 18, from 10am-4pm. Drop off your old paints, stains, light bulbs, batteries, household, garden or agriculture pesticide chemicals. This collection is for residents in LeSueur, Sibley and Nicollet Counties ONLY.

      Tri-County Solid Waste will also be having a Nicollet & Sibley County Tire, Appliance and Electronic collection on Saturday, September 20, from 9am-2pm at the Lafayette Wastewater Treatment Plant and Compost Site off Highway 15 and County Road 38 in Lafayette. This is for residents in Nicollet and Sibley Counties ONLY. 

      For more information or details, call Tri-County Solid Waste at 507-381-9196.

    2. Fall Into Fashion Review, New Ulm
      6:15 pm – 9:30 pm

      Fall Into Fashion Review will be held at the New Ulm Event Center on Thursday, September 18 – 6:15pm/appetizers and strolling models; 7:15pm/runway show. Stay for desserts at the ‘afterglow.

      Featuring: Gallery 512; Lambrecht’s and Semblance. Get your tickets now; by September 15/$20; at the door/$30.

      Sponsored by New Ulm Business and Retail. Go to newulm.com or call the Chamber at 507-233-4300 for more information.

    3. 2nd Annual ‘Everything but the Kitchen Sink’ Variety Show
      7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

      Community and Seniors Together presents the 2nd Annual ‘Everything but the Kitchen Sink’ Variety Show on Thursday, September 18, at 7pm at the New Ulm Community Center, 600 N German, New Ulm. 

      Come for informal, intergenerational singing, dancing, acting and comedy acts. This event is free and open to the public and donations to senior programming will be gladly accepted. Call the CAST office at 507-354-3212 with any questions.

  5. Sep

    1. 22nd Annual Harvest Feast, Arlington
      4:00 pm – 8:00 pm

      Support your Arlington Area Ambulance Association, LLC for their 22nd Harvest Festival on Friday, September 19, 4-8pm at the Arlington Community Center.

      The Harvest Feast will consist of a hog roast dinner with all of the trimmings. Refreshments will be available. Music will be furnished by the Henry and the Trailblazers Band for you dancing and/or listening enjoyment.

      The Arlington and Green Isle Lions Clubs will be sponsoring a free diabetes screening in conjunction with our Arlington Ambulance Harvest Event. Arlington Cub Scout Pack 140 will again help with the tables and will be selling desserts during the Harvest Event.

  6. Sep

    1. Family Funfetti Color Run/Walk, Lafayette
      8:00 am – 12:00 pm

      Lafayette Charter School 15th Anniversary 1K and 5K Color Run/Walk will be held Saturday, September 20, Lafayette Charter School in Lafayette. Registration/packet pickup at 8am; run/walk starts at 9am.

      Don’t forget to stay and celebrate the 15th anniversary kick off with free family activities and games. Food available for purchase on the grounds.

      You can fill out a form on the website at www.lafayettecharterschool.com or call the school 507-228-8943 to request a form be mailed to you or stop by the school, 351 6th Street in Lafayette.

    2. St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church Pork Chop Dinner
      5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

      St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church will be having its Annual Pork Chop Dinner on Saturday, September 20, at St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church in Winthrop from 5-7pm. 

      The menu: boneless pork chop dinner for $10 or McRib sandwich dinner for $7. There is also a limited raffle. Prizes worth $2,500.

  7. Sep

    1. Hector Flight Breakfast 2014
      7:30 am – 1:30 pm

      Hector Flight Breakfast 2014 – 72nd Annual Fly-In will be held Saturday, September 21. All you can eat; free will donation; P.I.C. eat free.

      Breakfast served 7:30am-12:30pm of pancakes, French toast, eggs, sausage, coffee, juice and milk. 11:30am Ping Pong Ball Drop for kids 12 and under; lots of prizes; sponsored by Newberg Sky Spray. Aviation ‘Fly’ Market; bring your aircraft part or aviation items to sell; limited tables available; call 320-848-2745 for more info. Benefit for Jordan Olinger; Belkis Rhodes and Darla Neubarth.

      See Aircraft: Warbirds; Classics; Antiques; Ultralights; Helicopters; Homebuilts; Ag Sprayers; Commercial; New Production Models and other Unique Aircraft.

    2. St. Matthew’s 21st Annual Fall Festival
      9:45 am – 5:00 pm

      St. Matthew’s, Fernando, 21st Annual Fall Festival Sunday, September 21.

      Polka Worship 9:45am; followed by hog roast meal with all the trimmings; free will offering.

      Unique fun auction starting at 1pm. Something for everyone. Free coffee/bars served at auction. Take outs available.

  8. Sep

    1. Nicollet County Flue Clinic
      9:00 am – 1:00 pm

      Nicollet County Flu Clinic

      Thursday, September 25

      ~9-10am at the Lafayette Community Center, 540 7th Street in Lafayette

      ~10:45-11:30am at Courtland Recreation Hall, 300 Railroad Street, Courtland

      ~12-1pm at St. Paul’s Catholic Church, 411 5th Street, Nicollet

      They accept Medicare, Blue Cross/Blue Shield. Humana and UCare. They do not accept Health Partners or Unicare. Private cost $35 (Quadrivalent Flu Vaccine). Sponsored by Nicollet County Public Health; 507-934-7220

  9. Sep

    1. Sleepy Eye Medical Center’s Women’s Expo
      9:00 am – 1:00 pm

      Join Sleepy Eye Medical Center’s 2014 Women’s Expo on Saturday, September 27, from 9am-1pm. Come for a morning of shopping, education, socializing and healthy snacking – just for women.

      This expo will be held in the lower level community room in the Medical Center in Sleepy Eye. There will be a silent auction for gift baskets, door prizes and complimentary snacks and it’s all free. There will be over 20 vendors with a wide variety of gifts, food items and clothing on sale. Presentations will be made by Dr. Karlyn Armbruster, Dr. John Pelzel and Nurse Practitioner Sue Ahlness, who will be on hand to answer questions you may have about women’s health issues.

  10. Sep

    1. Church of St. Mary Fall Festival, New Ulm
      10:00 am – 5:00 pm

      Church of St. Mary Fall Festival, New Ulm, will be taking place Sunday, September 28; Mass at 10am; bone-in ham and meatball dinner served 10:30am-1:30pm family style. Adults/$10; children 3-10/$4.50 and under 3/free.

      Games; crafts; refreshments; silent auction/theme baskets; bake sale; televised Vikings game; live beef raffle; outdoor food; IPad raffle; 1919 Root Beer; bingo at 12pm.

      Live entertainment provided by Jeff Wesselmann; Benny Seifert and Nick Stadick.

      Big ticket raffle drawing at 4pm; top 3 prizes are $500 cash; over 100 other prizes; total value over $6,000

    2. Great Grassroots Gathering, Sleepy Eye
      11:00 am – 5:00 pm

      Great Grassroots Gathering will be held on September 28, Allison Park, Sleepy Eye, 11am-5pm; rain or shine. 

      A celebration of our Pioneer Heritage, with crafts and food booths, flea market, displays and an afternoon of entertainment. Sponsored by the Sleepy Eye Area Historical Society.

      The Sleepy Eye Area Historical Society will be serving hamburgers, tacos in a bag, bars and cookies, chips, water and pop.

      Featured entertainment includes: The Black Diamonds Band with Donna, Deb and Leon. Starting performance at 12pm. 

      If you wish to participate by exhibiting, selling crafts or entertaining, please call 507-794-5053.

      This activity is made possible by a grant provided by the Prairie Lakes Regional Arts Council from funds appropriated  by the Minnesota State Legislature.

    3. The Harlem Ambassadors vs Your Hometown Heroes
      6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

      A night your family will never forget. The Harlem Ambassadors vs Your Hometown Heroes competing to benefit your community on Sunday, September 28, 6pm at the New Ulm Public High School Gym. All proceeds benefit Brown County Habitat for Humanity.

      Watch the Habitat for Humanity Hoopsters challenge the Harlem Ambassadors in a game of comedy basketball. Family fun for everyone! 

      Advance tickets: Adults/$10; K-12/$5 and at the door tickets: adults/$12; K-12/$8. Pre-K and under admitted free.

      Tickets available at: Brown Co. Habitat office at 1106 S Broadway or call 354-4287; United Prairie Bank, New Ulm location; Online: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/695859