−Hillstrom Museum of Art11:15 am – 12:15 pm
The Hillstrom Museum of Art presents two concurrent, complimentary exhibitions: Minna Citron: The Uncharted Course from Realism to Abstraction and Peggy Bacon, Keeping the Realist Course, on view February 17 through April 17, with an opening reception Monday, February 17, 7-9pm. There will be a Gallery Talk at 7:30pm by Christiane H. Citron, granddaughter and scholar of Minna Citron.+11:15 amHillstrom Museum of Art
−Eagles Extravaganza, New Ulm5:00 pm – 11:45 pm
Eagles Extravaganza, Friday, March 14, New Ulm Event Center, 301 20th Street South, New Ulm
5pm social hour; 6:30-7:30pm dinner with music by the Pops Choir; 8pm-midnight entertainment by the Concord Singers and the Blue Ringers.
Tickets are $30/meal and entertainment (tickets at HyVee, Cash Wise and Chamber of Commerce); $10/entertainment only. For 18 and older.+5:00 pmEagles Extravaganza, New Ulm
−27th Annual Brown County Pheasants Forever Banquet5:00 pm – 11:45 pm
27th Annual Banquet Brown County Pheasants Forever, Saturday, March 15, Eagles Orchid Inn, Sleepy Eye.
Cackling hour begins 5pm; smorgasbord dinner 7pm. Admission is $50/includes 1 year membership; $65 member and spouse/includes 1 year membership; $15/18 and under/includes 1 year youth membership; $250 sponsorship/includes 2 admissions, 1 year membership, plaque, medallion and choice of $65 gift certificate to PF catalouge or print of the year)
A lifetime MN Hunting and Fishing License will be awarded to one lucky youth aged 4-15 in attendance. Hunter’s Dream Raffle Winner Takes All only $25 per ticket.
For more info, contact Ralph at 920-0435; Dan at 227-2349; Jeremy 240-0096.+5:00 pm27th Annual Brown County Pheasants Forever Banquet
−New Ulm Music Boosters Pancake Breakfast8:30 am – 1:00 pm
New Ulm Music Boosters Pancake Breakfast and Bake Sale will be held Sunday, March 16, 8:30am-1pm at St. Mary’s Church Basement, 417 South Minnesota, New Ulm.
Adults/$6; children under 9/$3. Serving pancakes, sausage, applesauce, coffee and milk.+8:30 amNew Ulm Music Boosters Pancake Breakfast
−Hanska Fire Department Breakfast9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Hanska Fire Department Breakfast will be held Sunday, March 16, 9am-1pm at the Hanska Community Center, Hanska.
Hanska Sausages and all you can eat Dad’s Famous Belgian Waffles; different types of syrups; whipped toppings; butter. $8/per person; 5 years and under/free. Take outs and delivery available in town by calling 507-439-6248.
All proceeds will go for training .+9:00 amHanska Fire Department Breakfast
−Lafayette Area Lions Breakfast9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Lafayette Area Lions Pancake and Waffle Breakfast Fundraiser will be Sunday, March 16, 9am-1pm, Lafayette Community Center.
Adults/$7; ages 6-12/$4; under 6/$1. Serving pancakes, waffles with toppings, scrambled eggs, sausage, ham, juice, milk, coffee.
Proceeds go toward Lions’ community projects in the Lafayette area.+9:00 amLafayette Area Lions Breakfast
−New Ulm/Sleepy Eye Hockey Association Dinner10:30 am – 1:30 pm
The New Ulm/Sleepy Eye Hockey Association will be hosting their annual Sauerkraut and Landjaeger Dinner on Sunday, March 16, 10:30am-1:30pm at Turner Hall in New Ulm. Take outs available.
Adults/$10 at the door.+10:30 amNew Ulm/Sleepy Eye Hockey Association Dinner
−Bingo, Lafayette1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Bingo, Sunday, March 16, St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church Social Hall, Lafayette
Grocery and assorted bingo prizes; lunch will be sold; drawings; all ages welcome.
Hosted by St. Gregory the Great CCW. Donations for Food Shelf welcome.+1:00 pmBingo, Lafayette
−34th Annual New Ulm’s Home & Health Show3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Over 200 booths on display; drawing held every day; daily free seminars
Special Guest Chris Freytag, Fitness Expert & Media Personality, Presentation on Saturday, March 22, 11am & 1pm
Back by Popular Demand, Gary Curtis, Brainerd International Raceway all the show all 3 days
2014 Home Show Seminars
Friday, March 21
4 pm – Card Making the Easy Way by Stampin’ Up – Amy Rich
5pm – Fresh Floral Arrangements/Herb Gardening by Heather Hacker & Lynn Hacker
6pm – Financial Fitness: Understanding Credit Reports by SouthPoint Federal Credit
7pm – Ideal Protein, Your Last Diet by New Ulm Chiropractic
Saturday, March 22
11am – Fitness Expert & Media Personality, Chris Freytag
12pm – Revolutionary Parenting by St. Paul’s Lutheran Church
1pm – Fitness Expert & Media Personality, Chris Freytag
2pm – Radon Gads, Hidden Dangers in Your Home by Radon Solutions
3pm – Building a New Ulm: Getting Started by Nordaas American Homes
4pm – Social Security: Age Makes a Difference by Thrivent Financial
5pm – High Performance Net Zero Ready Homes by Extreme Panel Tech
Sunday, March 23
11:30am – Ideal Protein: Your Last Diet by New Ulm Chiropractic
12:30pm – Radon Gads, Hidden Dangers in Your Home by Radon Solutions
1:30pm - Building a New Ulm: Getting Started by Nordaas American Homes
2:30pm – The MN Radon Awareness Act: Radon in Real Estate Transactions by Ameradon Services
Click here to view poster.+3:00 pm34th Annual New Ulm’s Home & Health Show
−Powerful Tools for Caregivers Course, Springfield6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Powerful Tools for Caregivers Course will be held Thursday evenings April 3 – May 15 (no class on Thursday, April 17), 6-7:30pm at The Maples of St. John, Springfield.
This six-week course offers you, the Caregiver, ideas and actions you can take to reduce stress; communicate your concerns to physicians and family members; ways to deal with anger, guilt and depression; relaxation and positive self-talk and more.
Register by calling Claire at 507-723-3244. Must register by March 28. This is free.+6:00 pmPowerful Tools for Caregivers Course, Springfield