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Hibbing Community PIE Partners • in • Education

May - August 2017

Hibbing Community Partners in Education

Bettering our lives through Health and Education National Night Out Page 3 Phantom of Opera Page 3 Evening Community Zumba Class Page 4 Tobacco Cessation Page 5 Car Seat Clinics Page 5 Water Safety Instructor & Lifeguard Courses Page 6 Diabetes Education Page 7


CONTENTS & DIRECTORY DIRECTORY Hibbing Community Education Info & Registration

208-0852

General Fax

208-0865

Director, Kirk Lewis kirklewi@hibbing.k12.mn.us

208-0852

ECFE/School Readiness Coordinator Bridget Maki 208-0853 bridmaki@hibbing.k12.mn.us Kids' Ed-Venture Coordinator Laura Laine Washington Ext: Greenhaven Ext: laurlain@hibbing.k12.mn.us

208-0852 30130 40240

Adults with Disabilities Coordinator Ilona Kearney 263-8147

Fairview Range Diabetes Resource Center Fairview Range Medical Center 362- 6224 Cancer Care Services Fairview Range Medical Center

362-6922

Women’s Health & Birth Center Fairview Range Medical Center Riana Damjanovich 362-6234 Marketing & Public Relations Fairview Range Medical Center

Jessica Schuster

362-6771

CONTENTS News & Information 2 Directory 3 Special Events Adult Programs 3-7 Health, Wellness, Recreation 7-9 General Interest 9-10 Parenting 14 Adults with Disabilities 14 Financial 15 Tourist Center, Senior Citizens Youth Programs 3-7 Health, Wellness, Recreation 10-13 Youth Enrichment 13 After School 13 Early Childhood 13 School Readiness Programs for Seniors 14 Programs for Seniors 14 Financial 15 Tourist Senior Center 15 Hibbing Community Seniors 15 Weekly Schedules Community Partners 16 Programs & Partners

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TO REGISTER FOR HIBBING COMMUNITY EDUCATION CLASSES, PLEASE GO TO HTTP://WWW.HIBBING.K12.MN.US/COMMUNITY-EDUCATION AND CLICK ON REGISTER ONLINE.

SPECIAL EVENTS Phantom of the Opera Silent Movie/Organ Encore Performance

National Night Out

Andrew Galuska Hibbing Community Education and the Hibbing Foundation are proud to welcome back, by popular demand, organist extraordinaire Andrew Galuska who will once again thrill the audience with his improvisational talents as he accompanies the 1925 silent film classic, The Phantom of the Opera. You won’t want to miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to experience film as it was originally presented…with live organ accompaniment. Friday, May 5 7:00PM in the Hibbing High School Auditorium. Doors open at 6:30PM. Event is FREE to the public, no ticket required. Presented by Hibbing Community Education and the Hibbing Foundation. Made possible with a grant from the Hibbing Foundation. For more information contact Hibbing Community Education 208-0852.

The Hibbing Police Department and the City of Hibbing wants to get neighbors fired up and planning for the city wide block party known as National Night Out. On Tuesday, August 1st, 2017 citizens across the country will join together with their neighbors to let criminals know they are organized and fighting back to get crime off their streets. The most effective way to run crime out of our neighborhoods is to team our police with the citizens and work together to better our city. Bring your family and friends to enjoy in a barbecue and fun games, while getting to know your local police department and neighbors! If you would like to be a sponsor, volunteer, or just have questions about National Night Out please contact Officer Rachael Shiek at Hibbing Police Department. Sponsored by the City of Hibbing. For more information contact Officer Shiek - Hibbing Police Department 218-263-3601.

Hibbing High School • Auditorium Friday, May 5 • 7:00 pm - 8:45 pm • Free

Hibbing Bennett Park Tuesday, August 1 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm • Free

2017 Summer Reading Program Picnic April Larson For all summer reading program participants young and old. Please join us for a fun filled afternoon with all kinds of special entertainment! Bring a blanket or lawn chair and a wrapped treat to share! Sponsored by Hibbing Summer Reading Program. For more information please call the Library at (218) 362-5959 or visit our website at www.hibbing.lib.mn.us. Hibbing Public Library • City Hall Lawn Thursday, July 27 • 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm • Free

HEALTH, WELLNESS & RECREATION Couch to 5K

Mother’s Day Special Soul Collage Workshop

It’s back! Couch to 5K is a true beginners running plan that has helped many runners get off the couch and onto the roads. This program will gradually ease you into running and can transform you from a couch potato to a runner in two months! Class will meet Mondays and Wednesdays at 7:00 PM for about 30 minutes at the HCC track, beginning May 1st. The third day you are to practice on your own. Class will run for 10 weeks and will end with an option to run in the “Red Ore Run” 5K race on July 8, 2017 in Hibbing. Sponsored by Hibbing Community Education. For more information on the “Red Ore Run”, visit www.redorerun.com. Call Dan at 218-969-8959

Marmie Jotter MSW, LICSW Soul Collage is a creative collage process for self-discovery, self-acceptance, personal empowerment, embracing ones intuition and unique creativity. Limit 10 pre-paid participants. ALL Moms receive a special gift. Art supplies are included in class cost. Sponsored by Hibbing Community Education. For more information contact Hibbing Community Education 208-0852.

Hibbing Community College - Track May 1 - July 5 Mondays & Wednesdays• 7:00 pm • $15.00

MS Support Group

Kind Mind Center, Hibbing Sunday, May 14 •11:00 am - 3:00 pm • $40.00

For people with MS and their families looking for information and support in coping with MS. Sponsored by Fairview Range. Open Door Church - Hibbing • 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm Last Thursday of every month • Free

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HEALTH, WELLNESS & RECREATION Youth Mental Health First Aid

Karate- Beginners

Youth Mental Health First Aid is a public education program which introduces participants to the risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems in adolescents, builds understanding of the importance of early intervention and teaches individuals how to help an adolescent in crisis or experiencing a mental health challenge. The program uses role-playing and simulations to demonstrate how to assess a mental health crisis, select an intervention, provide initial help and connect young people to professional, peer, social and self-help care. Sponsored by Fairview Range. For class information contact Cheryl 218-312-3012.

Christopher Kennedy In this basic introductory class students will learn fundamental skills and forms improving their strength and agility. Uniforms are required; beginners will get free uniform from instructor with full payment of class. Ages 8 to Adult. Sponsored by Hibbing Community Education. For more information contact Hibbing Community Education 208-0852.

Date, Time & Place TBD • Free

Karate- Intermediate

Hibbing High School • Gym 3 June - August • No class 6/1 & 7/4 Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:15 pm - 7:00 pm • $75.00

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Minnesota offer family and friends of individuals living with a mental illness an opportunity to meet with others who share their concerns, to compare experiences and to learn from each other. Sponsored by: Fairview Range, Essentia Health and NAMI. For more information contact Dan: 218-290-5461.

Christopher Kennedy Intermediate and advanced level Tae Kwon Do classes. Work on strength agility and balance along with skills forms and self-defense; optional belt testing available through instructor. Uniforms are required and may be purchased from the instructor. Class open to youth 11 years to adult Sponsored by Hibbing Community Education. For more information contact Hibbing Community Education 208-0852.

Essentia Health- Medical Arts Building 901 9th St. N, Virginia • McMillan Room B 2nd Tuesday of the Month • 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm • Free

Hibbing High School • Gym 3 June - August • No class 6/1 & 7/4 Tuesdays and Thursdays 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm • $75.00

Adult Mental Health First Aid

Karate-Advanced

Family Support Group of Mental Illness

Mental Health First Aid USA is an 8-hour training to teach participants how to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. The evidence behind the program demonstrates that it helps trainees identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. The program offers concrete tools and answers key questions such as “What do I do?” and “Where can someone find help?” Sponsored by Fairview Range. For class information contact Cheryl 218-3123012. Date, Time & Place TBD • Free

Christopher Kennedy Intermediate and advanced level Tae Kwon Do classes. Work on strength agility and balance along with skills forms and self-defense; optional belt testing available through instructor. Uniforms are required and may be purchased from the instructor. Class open to youth 11 years to adult . Sponsored by Hibbing Community Education. For more information contact Hibbing Community Education 208-0852. Hibbing High School • Gym 3 June - August • No class 6/1 & 7/4 Tuesdays and Thursdays 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm • $75.00

Sparring

Evening Community Zumba Class with Angela Tresemer Angela Tresemer Working out should be three things: effective, FUN and makes you feel GREAT! Zumba fitness classes are all of the above!! Zumba fitness classes are a dance inspired cardio program that use Latin and International music to create a fun, upbeat, and unique class experience. Zumba classes are for ALL fitness levels--from beginners to enthusiasts. Join the party and leave with a smile! Sponsored by Hibbing Summer Reading Program. For more information please call the Library at (218) 362-5959 or visit our website at www.hibbing.lib.mn.us.

Christopher Kennedy Learn beginning and advanced sparring techniques. A great way to increase endurance and prepare for tournaments. All martial art styles and levels are encouraged to attend. Sparring gear required. Sponsored by Hibbing Community Education. For more information contact Hibbing Community Education 208-0852. Hibbing High School • Gym 3 June - August • No class 6/2 Fridays 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm • $45.00

Hibbing Public Library • Auditorium Tuesdays • 6/13, 6/20, 6/27 & 7/11 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm • Free

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HEALTH, WELLNESS & RECREATION Youth Swim Lessons

City of Hibbing Summer Fun

Hibbing Parks & Recreation offers American Red Cross swimming lessons for youth at the Hibbing High School Old Pool in the summer. There are (3) 2-week sessions through the summer. Payment and registration is online starting in May. The children swim Monday through Thursday for the 2 week session. Private Swim Lessons are also offered by phone registration only starting the 3rd week of May. All dates and price information will be available at www.hibbing. mn.us sometime in May. Sponsored by Hibbing Parks and Recreation. For more information contact Hibbing Parks and Recreation 362-5940. Registration and payment occurs online at www.hibbing.mn.us

Keep a look out for these fun and exciting opportunities offered through Hibbing Parks and Recreation. CAMP HURRAH: The 3 best days of summer! Three different theme days packed with crafts, nature activities, swimming and ending with a picnic. Carey Lake Pavilion. Bus provided. Registration information on the website starting in May. FUN AND GAMES: A series of fun craft days and fun playground sports game days. Registration information on the website starting in May. Sponsored by Hibbing Parks and Recreation. For more information contact Hibbing Parks and Recreation 362-5940.

Adult Aquatics Water workouts provide great core conditioning and flexibility exercises, all with little or no impact on your joints. Hibbing Parks and Recreation offers Adult Aqua Exercise Class, Length Swim and Water Walking in the summer in the High School Old Pool. The early morning length swim in the NEW pool will be available in the summer. Please visit www.hibbing.mn.us for both pool schedules. Sponsored by Hibbing Parks and Recreation. For more information contact Hibbing Parks and Recreation 362-5940.

Tobacco Cessation Support Classes Fairview Range will be offering American Cancer Society’s Fresh start tobacco cessation support classes. Classes are instructed by Registered Nurses and Respiratory Therapists who are also certified as Tobacco Cessation Training Specialists. The primary goal of Freshstart is to help participants plan a successful quit attempt. Anyone who wants to quit using tobacco may participate. Sessions are one hour long and registration is first come, first served. (Class size is limited to 10 people). Sponsored by Fairview Range. Contact Cheryl Bisping at 218-312-3012 to register. Fairview Plaza 1200 E 25th Street, Hibbing May 25, June 1, 8 & 15 • 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm • Free

Car Seat Clinic Car Seat technicians and practitioners are available to check your car seat for proper use and installation. Information can be provided to parents and caregivers on the proper use and choice of car seats Please allow 30 minutes per seat check. Sponsored by Mesabi Safe Coalition, Fairview Range, Triple AAA of Minnesota and Iowa and the Hibbing Fire Department. By appointment only: Cheryl 218-312-3012 or Roberta 218-929-3334. Hibbing Fire Hall • 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm Third Wednesday of every month except in June. June car seat clinic will be June 14. • Free

Living Well With Chronic Pain Workshop This workshop helps people develop a plan to stay active and live healthier in spite of chronic pain. Participants learn practical and simple strategies to manage pain and pace activities to stay engaged. The objective is increased self-confidence to assume an active role in managing pain. Trained peer leaders guide the discussions and activities to meet specific needs. Open to adults with chronic conditions, family members and caregivers. This workshop is part of a self-management series developed by Stanford University and offered across the US. Sponsored by Fairview Range, Arrowhead Area Agency on Aging, ARDC. For more information contact Fairview Range, Arrowhead Area Agency on Aging, ARDC Hibbing Tourist Center 1202 E. Howard Street, Hibbing September 8, 15, 22, 29 • October 6, 13 Fridays 9:00 am - 11:30 am •(Plan to attend all sessions)

Pulmonary Rehabilitation Our Pulmonary Rehabilitation program helps people with moderate to severe breathing problems overcome the physical limitations resulting from their disease. Candidates for the program include patients recovering from an acute episode, people with lung disorders who need conditioning in preparation for surgery, and anyone whose activities are limited by chronic lung disease and shortness of breath. Treatment interventions include skilled rehab staff tailoring a monitored exercise program with oxygen saturations, heart rate and blood pressure monitoring within the exercise sessions. Educational offerings include nutrition, home oxygen, medication overview, stress management and respiratory therapy. Individuals with chronic lung disease who feels he or she could benefit from the program may call to request an evaluation and are then referred by their physician. Sponsored by Fairview Range. Physician referral is required 218-362-6666 for more information. Fairview Range Medical Center • Rehab Services Department (Use West Entrance) • As needed

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HEALTH, WELLNESS & RECREATION Individualized Nutrition Counseling

Wellness and Exercise for Life (WEL program)

Outpatient nutrition counseling is available to educate clients on a variety of nutrition issues including: diabetes, hypoglycemia, heart disease, sodium restriction, renal disease, fiber modification, eating disorders, prenatal nutrition and others. Sponsored by Fairview Range. By Appointment only: Call 218-362-6368.

The WEL program can help improve the health and fitness of people with a variety of conditions, including: Diabetes, Excess Weight, Heart Disease, High Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol, Lung Disease, and Peripheral Arterial Disease. The WEL program staff works with you to develop an exercise program and goals tailored to you. Therapists evaluate your blood pressure, blood sugar, weight, heart rhythm and oxygen saturation, and make recommendations for how often these need to be monitored and recorded. The program will help you maintain an active lifestyle and gain the confidence to continue independent exercise. Sponsored by Fairview Range. Physician referral is required 218-362-6607 for more information

Fairview Range Medical Center • Nutrition Services By Appointment

Cancer Support Group This ongoing support group is open to all cancer patients. The group provides mutual support, information, and discussion on a variety of topics related to a cancer experience. A registered nurse facilitates the group. Sponsored by Fairview Range. For more information call 362-6922.

Fairview Range Medical Center • Rehab Services Department (Use West Entrance) • As needed

Pickleball

Fairview Range • Radiation Therapy Center 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Fourth Tuesday of every month • Free

Cardiac Rehabilitation Support Group This ongoing support group is open to all cardiac patients. This group provides mutual support, information and discussion on a variety of topics related to a heart event and experience. A licensed counselor facilitates the group. Sponsored by Fairview Range. Fairview Range Medical Center • Rehab Services Department (Use West Entrance) • 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm 2nd Wednesday of every month • Free

Phase II Cardiac Rehabilitation For individuals who are recovering from a recent heart attack, valve or bypass surgery, stent implant or other heart problems such as heart failure. Cardiac rehabilitation provides a comprehensive approach to individuals physically, mentally and emotionally for their return to work or a normal life. Treatment interventions include skilled rehab staff tailoring a telemetry monitored exercise program with continuous ECG, heart rate and blood pressure monitoring within the exercise sessions. Education to risk factor modification and reduction of symptoms is also included. Behavior change counseling to assist individuals with lifestyle changes may be provided. Sponsored by Fairview Range. Physician referral is required 218-362-6666 for more information. Fairview Range Medical Center • Rehab Services Department (Use West Entrance) As needed

Water Safety Instructor and lifeguarding Courses Swimming pretests maybe required. Age requirements will be enforced. Please contact Angela Johnson at Hibbing Parks and Recreation (362-5940) for more information. Sponsored by Hibbing Parks and Recreation.

Join us for active, fun, and social open pickleball on Monday and Wednesday evenings. Beginner to advanced Pickleball players will have an opportunity to learn the sport and/or work on their game with other Pickleball enthusiasts! No scheduled matches, partners not needed. A limited amount pickleball paddles & balls will be available to use at the gym if you do not have your own. All players must purchase a Pickleball punch card in order to attend drop-in sessions. Punch cards can be purchased at Community Education office. Refunds will not be given for unused punches. Sponsored by Hibbing Community Education. For more information contact Hibbing Community Education 208-0852. Washington Elementary • Gym (ending 5/31) Hibbing High School • Gym (beginning 7/20) Mondays and Wednesdays • 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm No class 5/29, month of June, 7/3 & 7/5 $10.00 for 10 drop-ins. *Punch Card Required

Total Joint Replacement People choosing to have hip or knee replacement surgery have made that decision because of their limited mobility and changed life style because of pain and they are ready to take their life back. Attending a total joint replacement class gives them information about surgery, hospitalization and what to expect after surgery. Studies have shown that class attendants are less nervous, have less pain, participate more in their therapy, go home sooner and have fewer complications upon completion of the class. We provide them with information regarding preparing for surgery, anesthesia choices, preparing their home for after care, physical and occupational therapy management. Sponsored by Fairview Range. For more information call Janet 218-362-6556. Fairview Range Medical Center • Board Room (Use North Entrance) 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm • Wednesdays May 17, June 14, July 12, August 9, Sept 13, Oct 11 • Free

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HEALTH, WELLNESS & RECREATION Gentle Yoga/Chair Yoga

Living Well for Better Health

Siyanda Elizabeth You will enjoy classic yoga stretches, using chairs for support, to improve balance, strength, and flexibility. Also included are breathing exercises to reduce stress and encourage relaxation. This class is for beginners, as well as for those with yoga experience. Wear comfortable clothes, and bring a yoga mat. Sponsored by Hibbing Parks and Recreation. For more information please call Hibbing Parks and Recreation 362-5940.

Are you or someone you know living with an ongoing health condition? Register today for the FREE Living Well workshop series. By participating in this program developed by Stanford University, you will find practical ways to deal with conditions such as diabetes, arthritic, high blood pressure, heart disease, chronic pain and anxiety among others. Led by two certified leaders, the 2 ½ hour class will be offered once a week for six weeks. Attendance at all sessions is strongly recommended. Topics include: techniques to deal with pain and fatigue; making new healthy eating and physical activity choices; developing a personal action plan; effective communication with physicians, family and friends; preventing falls. Sponsored by Fairview Range, Fairview Foundation, MN Dept. of Health and Arrowhead Area Agency on Aging. For more information contact Cheryl Bisping, 218-312-3012 or email: cbispin1@range.fairview.org.

Memorial Building • Canteen

Diabetes Education and Support Group The Diabetes Education and Support Group Meetings are for people with diabetes and their families. The purpose of this group is to provide a place to gain knowledge about diabetes management, ask questions, share experiences and feelings, and access accurate information about diabetes issues and resources. Diabetes Resource Center of Fairview Range Medical Center uses a team approach to diabetes education. Working together with a team of Diabetes Educators, we can help you develop an individualized diabetes management plan that will fit into your lifestyle. The Diabetes Resource Center is a recognized program of the American Diabetes Association. Sponsored by Fairview Range. Please contact Molly Ongaro for more information 218-362-6921 mongaro1@range.fairview. org. Fairview Range Medical Center • Cafeteria (Use West Entrance) Wednesday, May 17 • Free • 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Lee Center 3220 8th Ave E, Hibbing Thursdays • Sept. 7, 14, 21, 28 • Oct. 5, 12 1:00 pm. - 3:30 pm. • Free (Plan on attending all sessions)

Grief Support Fairview Range Home Care and Hospice is sponsoring a Grief Support gathering with sessions open to anyone who has experienced the death of a loved one, recently or in the past, and would like support. To RSVP or for more information contact Sarah Lamppa, MSW at 218-262-6982 or slamppa1@ range.fairview.org. Fairview Plaza • Magnetite Conference Room 1200 E 25th Street • Free

GENERAL INTEREST Adult Beginners Adult Strings Crescendo Community Orchestra Participants will be introduced to all four members of the violin family (violin, viola, cello, and bass). You will then have the chance to focus on one of the instruments for the rest of the session. On the instrument of your choice you will learn what the notes are and how they relate to written music. You will learn how to care for your instrument and bow and how to tune the instrument. Essential Elements Book 1 String method is used in this class and you will be encouraged to gain proficiency through practice at home. Class meets every other week for 1.5 hours and is geared towards individuals aged 14 and up. No experience necessary. Rentals available if needed $10/month for violins or violas. $30/month for cellos. Sponsored by Crescendo Community Orchestra & Hibbing Community Education. For more information contact Hibbing Community Education 208-0852.

Summer Orchestra for Adult Beginner String Players Crescendo Community Orchestra Players in this group should have prior experience and know how to hold the bow, tune their instrument, and know the notes on the staff. Participants will be introduced to a deeper level of understanding techniques of bowing, reading notes on the low and high string, and alternate fingerings for flats, naturals, and sharps. We will play music in 2 and 3 part harmony together and have the opportunity (optional) to perform in a public performance. Rentals available. Sponsored by Crescendo Community Orchestra & Hibbing Community Education. For more information contact Hibbing Community Education 208-0852. Borealis Arts Guild Enter the door on 3rd Ave Every other Thursday • May 25 - August 3 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm • $30.00

Borealis Arts Guild Enter the door on 3rd Ave Every other Thursday • May 25 - August 3 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm • $108.00

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GENERAL INTEREST Legacy Programs

Leaves of Grass - Illuminated

Library Staff Watch the Library Website, Calendar, Facebook, and Twitter for upcoming 2017 Legacy Programs May-August. Sponsored by the Hibbing Public Library (HPL), Arrowhead Library System (ALS), and the Minnesota Art’s and Cultural Heritage Fund (Legacy funds). For more information please call the Library at (218) 362-5959 or visit our website at www.hibbing. lib.mn.us or Arrowhead Library System alscurrentevents. blogspot.com

Emily Ekstrand-Brummer Leaves of Grass - Illuminated is a one man show revealing the complexity of the life, times and poetry of Walt Whitman, a 19th century American poet who loved men and dared to write about it. The show is about literature, history, and art, - presenting aspects of Walt Whitman’s life and work that are fascinating for our time, in which discussions of male/ male relations have moved out of the shadows into the light of day. The show reveals the strategies Whitman employed to successfully express himself in his era. It reveals the complexity of relationships between men in his era, the thoughts and attitudes of the time: from Whitman’s utopian vision for male/male relations to the forces that sought to deny them. Sponsored by Arrowhead Library System & The Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. For more information please call the Library at (218) 362-5959 or visit our website at www. hibbing.lib.mn.us.

Hibbing Public Library • Throughout the Library May - August • Free

Library Tours offered for your classroom, day care, or group April Larson If you would like to bring your class, daycare, or group to the library to learn about the history, educational resources, and all the different items available, call to schedule your tour! Sponsored by the Hibbing Public Library. For more information please call the Library at (218) 362-5959 or visit our website at www.hibbing.lib.mn.us. Hibbing Public Library • Throughout the Library Please call to reserve a date and time May - August • Free

Friends of the Hibbing Public Library Carol Klaysmat (President) Good Libraries Need Good Friends! Join today! The Friends is a non-profit group that promotes, supports, and cooperates with the library in developing services and facilities for the community. Membership is open to individuals, families, businesses, and organizations. Stop by and pick up a brochure or attend one of our meetings! Sponsored by Friends of the Hibbing Public Library. For more information please call the Library at (218) 362-5959 or visit our website at www.hibbing. lib.mn.us. Hibbing Public Library • Dylan Room 1st Tuesday of every month • 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm May - August • Free

The Finnish Americans and Friends Finnish Americans and Friends have a program with each of their monthly meetings on the following Tuesdays: May 2 and June 6 (No meeting in July or August) at 2pm at the Tourist Center Senior Citizens, 1202 E. Howard St., (across from the courthouse), in Hibbing. Handicap accessible and plenty of parking. Everyone interested in Finnish heritage and culture is invited. Coffee and light refreshments follow the program. Sponsored by Tourist Center Senior Citizens, INC.. For more information please call Tourist Senior Center 262-4166. Tourist Senior Center 1202 E. Howard St. Hibbing MN. 55746 May 2 & June 6 • Tuesdays • 2:00 pm

Hibbing Public Library • Adult Room Friday, July 21 • 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm • Free

Found Object Wind Chimes for Adults & Teens April Larson Found Object Wind chimes Class for Adults and Teens. Create a whimsical wind chime using found objects around your home. We will be using anything from old keys to silverware. Some materials will be provided but please bring your own found objects that you would like to include in your wind chime. Geared towards ages 13 and up. Sponsored by Hibbing Summer Reading Program. For more information please call the Library at (218) 362-5959 or visit our website at www. hibbing.lib.mn.us. Hibbing Public Library • Auditorium Friday, June 16 • 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm • Free

Art for Adults Laura Koeneman All adults join us as we rediscover together coloring and art as a way to relax, de-stress, and tap into your creativity. This is for FUN, relaxation and to reduce stress. Materials will be provided, but you may also bring your own supplies. Sponsored by Hibbing Public Library & Friends of the Library. For more information please call the Library at (218) 362-5959 or visit our website at www.hibbing.lib.mn.us. Hibbing Public Library • Adult Room Fridays, 6/2, 7/7, & 8/4 • 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm • Free

Hull Rust Mine View: Help Wanted The Hull Rust Mine View is opening soon (May 15th) and we need Volunteers in the gift shop and Tour Guides. **No mining experience needed in the gift shop but retired miners make the best tour guides! It is thrilling to the visitors to have mining operations described to them by genuine Miners! Sponsored by Tourist Center Senior Citizens, INC. For more information contact the Tourist Senior Center 262-4166.

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GENERAL INTEREST Philosophy Fun: Computers, Cyborgs, and Machine Consciousness

Community Straw Bale Garden

Kristen Zbikowski Advances in technology are affecting people on a profound level, giving us abilities to affect our world, and our personal lives that are unique in human history. But this technological development brings with it startling discoveries into human cognition and consciousness. Is human thought truly private and unique? Can consciousness be and all the elements of cognition engineered? As computers grow more sophisticated, the likelihood grows that we will soon be sharing the world with conscious, artificial beings. It is also likely that humans, through augmentation, will become more like artificial beings. What will this mean to society? In part one of this course we will examine some of the elements of cognition and computer processing, with insights from contemporary philosophers. In part two of this course we will learn about current research in cognition and consciousness. In part three of the course, we will consider future directions for human beings and artificial agents in the information age. Sponsored by Hibbing Community Education. For more information please contact Hibbing Community Education 208-0852. Hibbing High School • Community Ed Office Wednesdays • August 8 - August 23 6:oo pm - 7:15 pm • $25.00

April Larson & Laura Koeneman Join April and Laura in the Children’s Room by the fireplace for a fun filled hour of stories, silly songs! Then after story time everyone will join us outside to plant our Community Straw bale garden! If you wish please bring a pack of your favorite beans to plant!. Sponsored by Hibbing Summer Reading Program. For more information please call the Library at (218) 362-5959 or visit our website at www.hibbing.lib.mn.us. Hibbing Public Library • Outside Library Tuesday, 6/6 • 10:30 am - 11:00 pm • Free

2017 Hibbing Public Library Summer Reading Program for Adults, Teens, and Kids! Library Staff 2017 Reading by Design Program: Sign-up begins Thursday, June 1, 2017 and registration remains open the entire summer! Earn prizes just for reading! Sponsored by Hibbing Public Library, Arrowhead Library System , Friends of the Hibbing Public Library, and Summer Reading Program. For more information please call the Library at (218) 362-5959 or visit our website at www.hibbing.lib.mn.us. Hibbing Public Library • Throughout the Library June 1 - July 27 • Free

PARENTING First Steps to Parenting Class

Prenatal Classes

This prenatal parenting class is a two-session class held on two consecutive Tuesdays. During the sessions you will learn practical information on parenting a newborn such as: • Car seat safety, soothing a crying baby, bathing an infant, infant massage, tummy time, holding, dressing, diapering, and swaddling a newborn • Nutrition info during pregnancy and for an infant • Making important decisions: on infant feeding and child care • An interview with a family about their labor, delivery, and their first few weeks at home • Ideas on how to care for yourself as a parent. The Prenatal Parenting Program is sponsored by Fairview Range Medical Center, Fairview Mesaba Clinics - Hibbing and Essentia Clinic - Hibbing in cooperation with: St. Louis County Public Health & Early Childhood Family Education. Register: 218-362-6234 or 888-870-8626 x6234.

This parenting class series is a four-session class held on four consecutive Tuesdays. It is designed for first time parents and coaches. If possible, plan to attend after you have taken the First Steps to Parenting Class. Lectures, handouts and videos cover topics such as: •The physical and emotional changes of pregnancy •What to expect during labor and delivery •Comfort measures including breathing and relaxation techniques •Cesarean delivery •Infant feeding •Newborn babies •Tours of Fairview’s Women’s Health and Birth Center are included. Teen prenatal classes are available on an as-needed basis. The Prenatal Parenting Program is sponsored by Fairview Range Medical Center, Fairview Mesaba Clinics - Hibbing and Essentia Clinic - Hibbing in cooperation with: St. Louis County Public Health & Early Childhood Family Education. Register: 218-362-6234 or 888-870-8626 x6234.

Fairview Range Medical Center • Board Room (Use North Entrance) • Tuesdays • August 8 & 15 • October 10 & 17 • 6:00 pm • 8:30 pm • Free

Moms on Bed Rest Provided on an as needed basis for the expectant mother who is on bed rest and is unable to attend hospital based prenatal classes. The Prenatal Parenting Program is sponsored by Fairview Range Medical Center, Fairview Mesaba Clinics - Hibbing and Essentia Clinic - Hibbing in cooperation with: St. Louis County Public Health & Early Childhood Family Education. Register: 218-362-6234 or 888-870-8626 x6234.

Fairview Range Medical Center • Board Room (Please use North Entrance ) May 2, 9, 16 & 23 • Sept. 5, 12, 19 & 26 • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM $30.00 per couple Scholarships Available.

Fairview Range Medical Center • Board Room (Use North Entrance) • As Needed • Free

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PARENTING Refresher Prenatal Class

Sibling-to-be tour

Information covered in this session includes what to expect during labor & delivery, comfort measures for labor and tours of Fairview’s Women’s Health and Birth Center are included. Parents unable to attend the Refresher Prenatal Class, but who would like to review what to expect during labor and delivery, The Prenatal Parenting Program is sponsored by Fairview Range Medical Center, Fairview Mesaba Clinics - Hibbing and Essentia Clinic - Hibbing in cooperation with: St. Louis County Public Health & Early Childhood Family Education. Please contact Fairview Range more information. Register: 218-3626234 or 888-870-8626 x6234.

A visit from the Women’s Health & Birth Center will help your other children prepare for the arrival of a new baby. Children can bring a favorite doll or stuffed animal to pretend holding and changing a new baby. They will see a room like the one mom and baby will be in during the hospital stay. The tour is geared for preschool age and young school age children. Try to tour one month before the baby is due to be born. Sponsored by Fairview Range Medical Center. Register: 218362-6234 or 888-870-8626 x6234. Fairview Range Medical Center Women’s Health & Birth Center • As Needed • Free

Fairview Range Medical Center • Board Room (Use North Entrance) May 9 • Sept. 12 & Nov. 14 • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM $10 per couple Scholarships available

YOUTH ENRICHMENT Crescendo String Camp 2017

Classroom Driver’s Training

Crescendo Youth Orchestra Camp is located on the grounds of the beautiful Minnesota Discovery Center in Chisholm, MN. Crescendo String Camp is for children, ages 6-18, who are interested in exploring the world of string music, or eager to improve their skills. Children under 6 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times. ALL campers perform in the finale on Thursday evening at 6:30 PM. Campers are placed in groups of ALL ability levels. Instruments are available to use at camp for those who do not own their own. Each family will receive a complimentary one-year family membership to the Minnesota Discovery Center. To register, please contact Eloise Cook at 218-492-4425, jecco@frontiernet.net. http://www.crescendoyouthorchestra.com. Sponsored by Youth Crescendo Orchestra and Hibbing Community Education. Funded in part by The Hibbing Foundation, Sylvia Perell Foundation, Arrowhead Regional Arts Council, Ingenuity Builders LLC.

Arrowhead Drivers Training The Drivers Training Classroom instruction program is offered through Hibbing Community Education. The program requires 30 hours of certified classroom drivers training and is designed for students 15-18 years of age who want to get their drivers permit. Registration forms can be downloaded or are available at the Community Education Office in the Hibbing High School. Payment must be made at the time of registration. Sponsored by Hibbing Community Education. For more information please call Hibbing Community Education 208-0852.

Minnesota Discovery Center Monday - Thursday • June 12 - June 15 10:00 am - 4:00 pm $150 1st Student; $35 each sibling if paid BEFORE June 5 $200 1st Student, $75 each sibling, if paid AFTER June 5

Emily Ekstrand-Brummer Teens 12-18, create your very own library events and projects. You choose the activity. Supplies provided! Watch for monthly scheduled times. Sponsored by the Hibbing Public Library. For more information please call the Library at (218) 362-5959 or visit our website at www.hibbing.lib.mn.us.

Beginner String Class for Youth Crescendo Community Orchestra Students will choose violin, viola, cello, or bass to play. We will have fun learning fiddle tunes and other fun songs and how to care for your instrument. Music materials provided. Class meets every other week for 1 hour and is geared for students ages 8-13. No prior experience necessary. Instruments available for rent upon availability after June 15. No instrument necessary for home until 3rd class. Sponsored by Crescendo Community Orchestra & Hibbing Community Education. For more information please contact Eloise Cook, 218-492-4425. Borealis Arts Guild Enter the door on 3rd Ave Every other Thursday, May 25 -August 3 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm • $90.00

Hibbing High School • Room 22 Monday - Friday • June 5 thru June 16 Session 1 • 8:30 am - 11:30 am • $90.00 Session 2 • 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm • $90.00

Teen Activity Program

Hibbing Public Library • Young Adult Space Tuesdays, 5/2 & 6/6 • 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm • Free

Baby Storytime Emily Ekstrand-Brummer Just for babies 6 months to 24 months years old, join us for songs and stories geared to give infants the building blocks for literacy! Meet us by the fireplace! Sponsored by the Hibbing Public Library. For more information please call the Library at (218) 362-5959 or visit our website at www.hibbing. lib.mn.us. Hibbing Public Library • Children’s Area • May - AugustLast Friday of the month • 10:00 am - 11:00 am • Free

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YOUTH ENRICHMENT Tuesday Story Time

Tie Dye Fun Day

April Larson Story Time. Are you ready for a crazy good time? Do you know a particular someone that has a lot of youthful energy? Come shake out your sillies and join April in the children’s room by the fireplace. Story Time is a fun-filled hour of amazing stories, silly songs, cool crafts, and other fantastic activities. This program is open to all ages and is suitable for anyone who likes fun. Sponsored by the Hibbing Public Library. For more information please call the Library at (218) 362-5959 or visit our website at www.hibbing.lib.mn.us.

April Larson Tie Dye Fun! This is a fun, messy outside program which produces colorful and wearable art. We will provide gloves and rubber bands! Bring your own white cotton T-shirt, and a plastic bag to twist, knot, dunk, and spray. Groups of 20 or more must pre-register. Sponsored by the Hibbing Summer Reading Program Sponsors. For more information please call the Library at (218) 362-5959 or visit our website at www. hibbing.lib.mn.us.

Hibbing Public Library • Children’s Area • No class 7/4 Tuesdays, June 6 - July 11 • 10:00 am - 11:30 am • Free

Hibbing Public Library • Outside Library Thursday, July 6 • 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm • Free

Mad Science of Minnesota Program-Mystery of Chemistry *Kids Stuff*

Teen Movie Night Emily Ekstrand-Brummer Join us to watch a movie on the big screen! We provide the snacks. For teens ages 12-18. Library auditorium. Watch for monthly scheduled times. Sponsored by the Hibbing Public Library. For more information please call the Library at (218) 362-5959 or visit our website at www.hibbing.lib.mn.us. Hibbing Public Library • Auditorium • Free Wednesdays • 5/10, 6/14 & 7/12 • 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Evening Pajama Story Time April Larson Evening Pajama Story Time. Are you ready for a crazy good time? Wear your PJ’s tonight to the library and enjoy a fun-filled hour of amazing stories, silly songs! This program is open to all ages and is suitable for anyone who likes fun. Sponsored by the Hibbing Summer Reading Program Sponsors. For more information please call the Library at (218) 362-5959 or visit our website at www.hibbing.lib.mn.us. Hibbing Public Library • Children’s Area Monday, June 19 & July 17 • 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm • Free

Casey Aro @ the Library April Larson All Ages are welcome to come and enjoy some pure pluckin’ banjo music, with songs and stories to make you smile by Casey Aro! Sponsored by the Hibbing Summer Reading Program Sponsors. For more information please call the Library at (218) 362-5959 or visit our website at www.hibbing. lib.mn.us. Hibbing Public Library • Auditorium Thursday, June 22 • 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm • Free

Kids Movie Afternoon April Larson Join us to watch a movie on the big screen in the library auditorium! We provide the snacks! Sponsored by the Hibbing Summer Reading Program Sponsors. For more information please call the Library at (218) 362-5959 or visit our website at www.hibbing.lib.mn.us.

April Larson Spin, Pop, Boom with the Mystery of Chemistry program!! Watch an official Mad Scientist from Mad Science of Minnesota conduct a series of experiments that change, smoke, and spurt! Watch liquid change into a rainbow of colors! See Styrofoam ”melt” before your eyes! A fun and educational program for families and kids! The Mystery of Chemistry program runs 45 minutes and is most suitable for ages 4-12. Sponsored by the Hibbing Summer Reading Program Sponsors. For more information please call the Library at (218) 362-5959 or visit our website at www.hibbing.lib.mn.us. Hibbing Public Library • Children’s Area Thursday, July 13 • 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm • Free

Summer Art Camp @ the Library Day April Larson or 321 Art Studio The Hibbing Public Library and 321 Art Studio will be providing a Free Summer Art Program for students who have completed grades K-6 on Mon.-Thurs., July 17-20, 2017 from 10:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Summer Art Camp at the Library applications will be accepted from May 15-July 1, 2017. Applications will be available by stopping at your library or by contacting 321 Art Studio: 321artstudio@gmail.com or 218-343-3427 Students accepted into the program will be working with painted, airdry, clay sculptures, paper mache, Eric Carle style art, as well as a two-step watercolor process and a mixed media project using oil pastels and glue. A sampling of the student artwork will be on display at the library for a few weeks after the event. This program is made possible in part by the voters of Minnesota thanks to appropriations from the Minnesota State Legislature’s arts and cultural heritage fund and The McKnight Foundation. Sponsored by the Minnesota State Legislature’s arts and cultural heritage fund, The McKnight Foundation, and 321 Art Studio. For more information please call the Library at (218) 362-5959 or visit our website at www.hibbing. lib.mn.us Hibbing Public Library • Library Auditorium Monday - Thursday • July 17 - July 20 10:30 am - 2:30 pm • Free

Hibbing Public Library • Auditorium Thursday, June 29 • 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm • Free

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YOUTH ENRICHMENT Kids Craft Day at the Library

Art Masterpiece (completed Gr. 3-5)

April Larson Today we will be painting rocks! All supplies will be provided, however, you may bring your own rocks, paints, or brushes to jazz up your rock. We will be using acrylic paint and lake rocks of varying sizes for this program. Groups of 20 or more must pre-register. Sponsored by the Hibbing Summer Reading Program. For more information please call the Library at (218) 362-5959 or visit our website at www.hibbing.lib.mn.us.

321 Art Come and try your hand at a variety of drawing, painting and assemblage projects. Two days of summer art! Snack included. Sponsored by Hibbing Community Education. For more information or to register contact: David B @ 218 2625132 or Northstar Foundation PO Box 293 Hibbing MN 55746.

Hibbing Public Library • Auditorium Thursday, June 15 • 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm • Free

Hibbing High School • Cafeteria • Monday - Tuesday June 19 - June 20 • 9:00 am - 11:30 am • $20

Art Experience (Completed Gr. K-3)

The on-Time Circus/Puppet Wagon *Kids Stuff Performer* April Larson The On-Time Circus is up to the minute fun for family audiences! Puppets, clowning and original music and songs make this show a must see! Come experience the tradition of traveling performers who will set up in your community to put on a show. Performers Margo McCreary and her colleague, Paulino, tour in a puppet wagon/trailer that is made out of reused parts and recognizable objects that are “re-purposed” and used in fanciful ways! The On-Time Circus stars Ms. Tock, who is in love with time....seconds, minutes, and hours! She and her animals are creating a circus that fills every moment with silliness and daring! This show is 45 minutes in length and is appropriate for little ones to adults! Sponsored by the Arrowhead Library System & Hibbing Summer Reading Program Sponsors. For more information please call the Library at (218) 362-5959 or visit our website at www.hibbing. lib.mn.us. Hibbing Public Library • Outside Library Thursday, June 8 • 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm • Free

23rd Annual Northstar Arts Camp, “Puppets in the Park” Northstar Foundation The 2017 Northstar Arts Camp, “Puppets in the Park,”for children 8-13 takes place June 19-21 from 10 AM - 4 PM daily at Mesaba Co-op Park in Hibbing, Campers will build their own rod puppets and hold a puppet performance on the last day of the camp. Distinguished master puppeteer, Margo McCreary will lead the puppet and stage activities. The camp will also feature early American folk and maypole dancing, guided nature walks with KAXE’s John Latimer as well as other fun and learning activities. Cost for the camp is $90 per child. A limited number of scholarships are available by arrangement in advance. Cost includes lunch and snacks and all materials. The camp is Co-sponsored by Hibbing Community Education and funded by grants from the State Arts Board, the John E Forchette Memorial Trust, Lake Country Power’s Operation Round-up and the Keewatin Volunteer Fire Dept. Association.. For more information or to register contact: David B at 218 262-5132 or Northstar Foundation, PO Box 293 Hibbing MN 55746.

321 Art Come and try your hand at a variety of drawing, painting and assemblage projects. Two days of summer art! Snack included. Sponsored by Hibbing Community Education. For more information contact Hibbing Community Education 208-0852. Hibbing High School • Cafeteria • Monday - Tuesday June 19 - June 20 • 9:00 am - 11:30 am • $20

Safety Town Amanda Violette What is Safety Town? Safety Town is a prevention program teaching young children how to prevent accidents from occurring and how to respond to dangerous situations. This safety education program is designed to introduce a variety of safety conditions to children 4-7 years old. Children must be 4 years old by June 1, 2017, no exceptions will be made. At Safety Town, the children learn safe practices regarding fire, home, personal, pedestrian, bicycle, poison, violence, playground, bus, electricity, seatbelt, first aid, and water safety. The classes will be divided according to the children’s ages to ensure that the information will be presented to the children at a developmentally appropriate level. Parents have the option of registering their child in a morning or afternoon 9 day session. Safety Town registration begins Tuesday, May 2 (no exceptions) in the Community Education office (in the high school) and will be accepted until full, this class fills up fast, register early! Registration forms received in the mail prior to May 2 won’t be counted until after Noon on May 2. Online registration is also available, be sure to set up your account ahead of time to be sure your registration goes smoothly. Sponsored by Hibbing Community Education For more information contact Hibbing Community Education 208-0852. Washington Elementary June 6 thru June 16 (weekdays) Session 1 • 9:00 am - 11:00 am Session 2 • 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm $30.00 and $25.00 for each additional sibling

Mesaba Co-op Park in Hibbing • Monday - Thursday June 19 - June 22 • 10:00 am - 4:00 pm • $90

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YOUTH ENRICHMENT & AFTER SCHOOL After School Club Help Wanted Billie Jo Jackson Hibbing Community Education is accepting applications for the following positions/programs for the 17-18 school year. Youth Enrichment Coordinator and Assistant After School Childcare Youth Sports ECFE Aides All position are approximately 14 hrs/week and take place after school. Pay is $9.50-$13.25/hr. Please call Hibbing Community Education for more information. (218)208-0852.

Come and join in the fun of the After School Club! There will be games, creative arts, mini field trips, homework help computers, movies and outdoor activities to enjoy. The After School Club provides a safe and youth-based environment for club members. The club is exclusively for Lincoln 3rd - 6th graders who want to have fun make new friends and learn some things along the way. A healthy snack is provided. Members are expected to remain until the end of class time. Sponsored by Hibbing Community Education. For more information call Hibbing Community Education 208-0852. Lincoln Elementary • Cafeteria October - May • Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays 2:20 pm - 4:00 pm • $15.00

EARLY CHILDHOOD & SCHOOL READINESS Early Childhood Screening

Early Childhood/Family Education

It is recommended that a child who is 3 -4 years old complete this quick and simple check. It identifies, at an early stage, possible health or learning concerns, so that children can get help before starting school. It is not a readiness test for kindergarten. Early childhood screening helps a parent find out how their child is doing, helps connect families to early childhood programs and other community services, and is a time to ask about parenting issues and/or concerns. Hibbing Early Childhood Screenings are held 6 times during the school year. There is no charge, however appointment times are needed. Please contact the Hibbing ECFE Office (218-208-0853) for required paperwork and to schedule a screening date and time. Sponsored by Hibbing Public Schools. For more information contact Hibbing ECFE Office: 208-0853.

ECFE is a statewide program through the Hibbing School Districts Community Education, for any parents and preschool children from birth to kindergarten age. It has a parent group time when parenting issues, child development information, speakers, and parenting support are provided by a licensed parent educator. The children also have their own group time with a licensed early childhood teacher who provides planned activities and experiences that help enhance the learning and development of young children.

Greenhaven Elementary

School Readiness Looking for a preschool experience for your child? “Ready, Set, Go” is for you. This program is for children who are 4 years old on or before September 1 and will be eligible to attend kindergarten the following year. The goal of School Readiness is to help preschoolers enter school with the skills and behaviors necessary to be successful in future learning. It is a mini-session for kindergarten connections. Scholarships, which include free tuition and transportation are, available for those who qualify. Registration for 17-18 school year will begin in April. *Please note the ECFE office is closed the month of June-August and messages will not be returned until the 1st week in September. Sponsored by Hibbing Community Education. For more information contact Hibbing ECFE Office: 208-0853. Washington Elementary • September - May Monday, Wednesday or Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

ECFE classes are held during the daytime and select evenings, Monday through Thursday, September to May. Each child comes one time per week (depending on age, classes range from 1 to 1.5 hours a piece). Childcare is available for any other children in the family during class time. Scholarships are available for those that qualify. Please call for more information. All classes are held at the Greenhaven School. *Please note the ECFE office is closed June-August and messages will not be returned until the 1st week in September. Sponsored by Hibbing Community Education. For more information contact Hibbing ECFE Office: 208-0853. Greenhaven Elementary Monday - Thursday September - May

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ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES Adults with Disabilities- Crossing Bridges: A Chance to Grow The Hibbing Adults with Disabilities Program is open to all area adults with visible and invisible handicaps. The goal is to provide opportunities for the handicapped adult to achieve personal development and success through education, recreation, and socialization.

event schedules and more information. Sponsored by Hibbing Community Education. For more information contact 208-0852. September - May Fees for activities will vary.

A few of the activities include a Friday Night Recreation program consisting of dances, karaoke, special events and field trips. Saturday is bowling day, where participants spend two hours getting exercise, having fun and learning sportsmanship. Please visit Hibbing Community Education’s website for

FINANCIAL MIT Agelab: Quality of Life

Social Security Educational Workshop

Scott Stavn Our presentation explores the ‘Quality of Life;’ created by MIT Agelab. It is an opportunity to learn about the products, policies, and strategies to help those who are ‘Living Longer Live Better.’If you are between the ages of 30 and 80 you will benefit from this presentation. Based on trends in longevity, lifespans will continue to increase. The main purpose of the AgeLab is to study how changes in demographics, technology, and culture are impacting the way we do things. In fact, their slogan is ‘Inventing Tomorrow’ – Learn about tomorrow. Sponsored by Hibbing Community Education and Raymond James Financial Services. For more information contact Raymond James Financial Services 263-5000. Lincoln Elementary • Library Monday, May 15 •6:30 pm - 8:00 pm • Free

James Bayliss When should you start taking your benefits? Determining when to take your Social Security retirement benefits is one of the most important financial decisions you’ll make. Join us for a free and n-depth presentation about Social Security benefits. No products will be sold at this event. Contact James Bayliss at 218-366-9405 or james.bayliss@thrivent.com to RSVP. Sponsored by Tourist Center Senior Citizens, INC. For more information contact Tourist Senior Center 262-4166. Tourist Center 1202 E. Howard St. Hibbing MN. 55746 Tuesday, June 6 • 6:00 pm • Free

Retire Wisely Educational Workshop James Bayliss Will you have enough to retire? Will your retirement income last? Learn how to manage six risks all retirees face: outliving income, inflation, unpredictable events, market volatility, income taxes and rising health care costs. No products will be sold at this event. Contact James Bayliss at 218-366-9405 or james.bayliss@thrivent.com to RSVP. Sponsored by Tourist Center Senior Citizens, INC. For more information contact Tourist Senior Center 262-4166. Tourist Center 1202 E. Howard St. Hibbing MN. 55746 Tuesday, May 9 • 6:00 pm • Free

Estate Strategy Workshop James Bayliss Do you have an estate strategy? Having one helps ensure that your personal and financial affairs will be carried out as intended, when you die or become incapacitated in the future. During this event, you’ll learn: why you need an estate strategy; how strategies can help you prepare for the unexpected, how wills, trusts and life insurance can help; and how taxes play a role. No products will be sold at this event. Contact James Bayliss at 218-366-9405 or james.bayliss@thrivent.com to RSVP. Sponsored by Tourist Center Senior Citizens, INC. For more information contact Tourist Senior Center 262-4166. Tourist Center 1202 E. Howard St. Hibbing MN. 55746 Tuesday, June 20 • 6:00 pm • Free

Keeping the Cabin in the Family Workshop James Bayliss Have you thought about “Keeping the Cabin in the Family”? Keeping the Cabin in the Family is a complimentary one-hour educational event designed for property owners who want to smoothly transition their property to the next generation. This event provides a general overview of how you can take steps to help secure your financial future, avoid transition obstacles and develop a transition strategy to transfer your property and maintain family harmony. Contact James Bayliss at 218-366-9405 or james.bayliss@thrivent.com to RSVP. No products will be sold at this event. Sponsored by Tourist Center Senior Citizens, INC. For more information contact Tourist Senior Center 262-4166. Tourist Center 1202 E. Howard St. Hibbing MN. 55746 Tuesday, May 23 • 6:00 pm • Free

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PROGRAMS FOR SENIORS Defensive Driving Refresher Mike Flatley A Defensive Driving REFRESHER class (for those who have previously taken the initial 8-hr course) will be presented by retired Highway Patrol Officer Mike Flatley. Sponsored by Tourist Center Senior Citizens, INC. For more information contact Tourist Senior Center 262-4166. Tourist Center 1202 E. Howard St. Hibbing MN. 55746 Tuesday & Thursday May 16 & July 6 • 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm Tuesday & Thursday June 8 & August 17 • 9:00 am - 1:00 pm • $13.00/Session

Tourist Center Senior Citizens, INC. General Membership Meeting General membership meetings are on the first Wednesday of every month. Coffee and dessert available for $1.50 after each meeting. Sponsored by Tourist Center Senior Citizens, INC. For more information contact Tourist Senior Center 262-4166. Tourist Center 1202 E. Howard St. Hibbing MN. 55746 Wednesdays • 5/3, 6/7, 7/5, & 8/2 • 1:00 pm

Defensive Driver Beginner Mike Flatley A beginning 8-hr Defensive Driving course for drivers age 55+ that want to receive 10% discount on their insurance will be held over two evenings on Wednesday, May 10 and Thursday, May 11 from 5-9pm. The instructor will be retired MN State Trooper Mike Flatley. Pre-register by calling 262-4166. Sponsored by Tourist Center Senior Citizens, INC. For more information contact Tourist Senior Center 262-4166. Tourist Center 1202 E. Howard St. Hibbing MN. 55746 Wednesday & Thursday • May 10 - May 11 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm • $14.00

Tourist Senior Center Weekly Schedule

Hibbing Community Senior Center Weekly Schedule

Mondays

Mondays

Monday Lunch- 12:00 PM. Variable wholesome menu, which includes an entre’, vegetable, side dish, salad, bread, and dessert. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. $6 members; $7 nonmembers. Take outs available. Please call by the Friday before so enough will be prepared. Cards- 1:00 PM- 4:00 PM Bridge- 1:00 PM- 4:00 PM Cribbage- 6:30 PM-9:00 PM. $3 for the evening

Tuesdays

Tuesdays Cards- 1:00 PM- 4:00 PM Dime Bingo- 1:00 PM-4:00 PM. Dessert and coffee available during the break (around 2:15pm) for $1.50

Fridays Board Meetings: 1:00 PM on 5/19, 6/23, 7/28 & 8/25. All board members are required to attend. Cards & Coffee: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. PLEASE CONTACT TOURIST CENTER FOR MORE INFORMATION Sponsored by Tourist Center Senior Citizens, INC.. For more information please call Tourist Senior Center 262-4166.

Tourist Senior Center 1202 E. Howard St. Hibbing MN. 55746

Cards and Pool

Wednesdays Cards and Pool

Thursdays

Thursdays

Tourist Center Senior Citizens is closed 5/29, 7/4 & 9/4.

Cards and Pool Crafts- 9:30 AM

Cards and Pool “”The View””- 10:00 AM

Fridays Cards and Pool

SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. PLEASE CONTACT HIBBING COMMUNITY SENIOR CENTER FOR MORE INFORMATION Sponsored by Hibbing Community Senior Center. For more information please call Hibbing Community Senior Center 263-5770.

Memorial Building 5th Ave East. Hibbing MN. 55746

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COMMUNITY PARTNERS Hibbing Public Schools/Community Education

Fairview Range Home Medical Equipment

800 East 21st Street Hibbing, MN. 55746 218-208-0852 http://www.hibbing.k12.mn.us

Mesabi Mall 1101 East 37th Street Hibbing, MN 55746 218-262-6981 or 800-422-0225

Fairview Range Medical Center

Fairview Range Home Medical Equipment

750 E 34th Street Hibbing, MN 55746 218-262-4881 or 888-870-8626

Northgate Plaza 827 North Sixth Ave. Virginia, MN 55792 218-741-7257 or 800-422-0225

Fairview Mesaba Clinics – Hibbing

Hibbing Public Library

3605 Mayfair Ave Hibbing, MN 55746 218-262-3441 or 888-353-3441

2020 East 5th Avenue Hibbing, MN 55746 218-362-5959 www.hibbing.lib.mn.us

Fairview Mesaba Clinics – Mountain Iron

City of Hibbing

8496 Enterprise Drive Mt. Iron, MN 55768 218-741-2250 or 888-353-3441

401 E 21st Street Hibbing, MN. 55746 218-262-3486 http://www.hibbing.mn.us

Fairview Mesaba Clinics – Nashwauk

Tourist Senior Center

402 East Platt Ave. Nashwauk, MN 55769 218-885-2858 or 888-353-3441

Fairview Range Home Care and Hospice Mesabi Mall 1101 East 37th Street Hibbing, MN 55746 218-262-6982 or 877-272-6982

Hibbing Foundation (218) 262-4212 http://www.hibbingfoundation.org

1202 E. Howard Street Hibbing MN. 55746 218-262-4166

Hibbing Community Senior Center Memorial Building 5th Ave E Hibbing MN. 55746 218-263-5770

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