Project ABLE and other Community Services programs opened for fall registration last week, making new trips and experiences available for adults with differential cognitive, physical and social disabilities.
Activities will include seasonal cooking classes, such as All Things Apple and Cookie Decorating Extravaganza. Crafting classes will be held at the Millis Dining Room of Laura Baker Services, with an additional Saturday afternoon time from 1 to 3 p.m. A monthly Pizza Bingo event will be held at the same location.
Other new activities include an adaptive exercise class called Movers and Shakers and several day trip options. Spend an afternoon at a Minnesota Twins game or take a steamboat trip on the St. Croix in Rolling Down the River. Enjoy colorful leaves, a lunch buffet and live jazz music.
The Paradise Community Band Concert will offer free entertainment in December, and don’t miss the performance of “Rock the Tree Tops.” Both events will be held at the Paradise Center for the Arts in Faribault.
Several previously-held classes and events will be returning this fall.
Hit the lanes with the Northfield Project ABLE Bowling League, at Jesse James Lanes. The 10-week program will run on Monday nights from Sept. 8 through Nov. 10, from 6:30 – 8 p.m.
See old friends and make new ones, at the Fall Dance on Friday, Oct. 10, at the Faribault Middle School.
Northfield residents can register online for Project ABLE classes. Visit Community Services or call 507.664.3649 for more information or to register.
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.