Start your summer off on the right foot in a Northfield Public Schools Community Services class.

The Early Childhood Family Education class “Baby Talk” will continue through the summer from 10:30 a.m. to noon Mondays except on public holidays at the Northfield Community Resource Center. Join other parents with newborns from birth to eight weeks for support, information and resources related to the exciting job of parenting. Classes are free and no pre-registration is required. Sibling care is available upon request. Call 507.664.3754 for details.

Project ABLE will host a summer youth camp for those both with and without disabilities. The program will run Monday through Friday from June 13 to July 15. Activities will include a trip to Fort Snelling, camping, rock climbing, a ropes course, archery, self-defense, fishing, bowling, crafts and more. Cost is $99 for the whole program or $25 per week. Scholarship assistance is available. Call 507.664.3656 or 507.664.3649 for more information.

If you have a kid who wants to experience the great outdoor activity of fishing, “Introduce a Kid to Fishing,” for ages 6 to 12, will be held from noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 18. You’ll learn about water safety, fish habitat, fishing equipment and, most importantly, get to fish. A picnic lunch is provided.

Visit Community Services online or call 507.664.3649 for information or registration.

Northfield Public Schools Community Services includes recreation and enrichment programming, Early Childhood Family Education, driver education, KidVentures, EarlyVentures Learning Center, Connected Kids, Middle School Youth Center, Hand-in-Hand Preschool, Adult Basic Education and Project ABLE.