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Archive: Community Services

Taking it Outside – a new adventure category

With adventure seekers and nature enthusiasts in mind, Community Services has added a new “outdoor adventure” category to recreation programs. Starting this month, youth and adults can snowshoe at night, ski with an expert, or participate in bouldering or other team-based activities.

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Look Forward to Spring Classes

Start planning 2014, with Northfield Public Schools Community Services. Browse or register for classes online, or check your mailbox for the winter/spring brochure. 

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Costume Closet Sale

From Darth Vader to fairy princesses, check out the affordable costumes at the Community Services Costume Closet this weekend.

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Mad Science in Need of Teachers

Mad Science of Minnesota is looking for energetic, reliable instructors to deliver hands-on science experiments and demonstrations for children ages 6 to 12 in the Northfield, Farmington and Faribault area.

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Free Adult Basic Education Classes

Dakota Prairie Adult Basic Education (ABE) offers free classes throughout the school year in Northfield for adults who need to brush up on their basic skills, complete their GED (General Education Development), prepare for college or improve their English skills. 

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EarlyVentures Receives Young Explorer Computer

Northfield Public Schools EarlyVentures Learning Center was one of 17 organizations to receive a Young Explorer™ Learning Center this fall, through the Southern Minnesota Initiative Foundation’s (SMIF) Early Childhood Initiative. 

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Donate Costumes for a Good Cause

Clean out your closets, recycle your Halloween costumes, and help local youth participate in out-of-school activities - all at the same time! Community Services is looking for donations of lightly used or new costumes for the fourth annual Costume Closet.

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