Keep a "very important date" this weekend with Prairie Fire Children’s Theatre, as almost 80 local students perform in an original musical version of "Alice in Wonderland."
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Learn how to help adolescents experiencing a mental health challenge or crisis, at the Youth Mental Health First Aid class on Nov. 5 & 12. Members of the public can register for free through Community Services or by calling 507.664.3649.
Get your friends together for Open Gym Dodgeball, a Tuesday evening drop-in program beginning Oct. 11 at the Longfellow Gym.
The Community Services fall brochure will arrive in mailboxes this weekend, and registration for classes opens Friday, Aug. 12. Browse new opportunities for all ages in recreation and enrichment, starting with a few highlights below.
From sports to scouting and visual arts to dance, discover the opportunities Northfield has to offer—at the Community Youth Fairs on Wednesday, Aug. 10.
Looking for gently used bikes or athletic gear, equipment or apparel? Stop in to the Community Services third annual Sports Special Sale, from 9 a.m.–3 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 5.
Kids entering grades 4-7 can experience a variety of entertaining, hands-on safety lessons and unique camp games at Northfield Safety Camp on July 26, 27 & 28 at Bridgewater Elementary School.
Show off your speed, or just your sense of fun, at the All Comers Track Meet on Wednesday evening, July 13, at the Northfield Middle School Track.
Help set a Guinness World Record, while receiving a free swimming lesson with thousands of others across the globe.
Hit the new skate park at 1 p.m. on Saturday to watch some of the best local boarders perform tricks and skilled maneuvers, and stay for a free introductory clinic – where youth in attendance can ride and learn a few basic maneuvers.