The Northfield Community Band will kick off its free concert series at 7 p.m. on June 9 at Bridge Square. Bring a blanket or chairs at 7 p.m. every following Thursday in June, and enjoy music and the river view from the downtown park.
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Two cardiovascular consultants from the Minneapolis Heart Institute will discuss heart health topics at a free presentation on Tuesday, May 17, at the Northfield High School auditorium.
Members of the community are invited to enjoy authentic Mexican food and entertainment at the Northfield Middle School's 6th annual Cinco de Mayo celebration, from 5 – 8 p.m. on Thursday, May 5, at the middle school.
Check out the 1950s musical version of “Cinderella," as Prairie Fire Children’s Theatre and local students perform this weekend at the Northfield Middle School auditorium.
The Community Services summer brochure will arrive in mailboxes this weekend, and registration for summer classes opens Friday, April 15.
Eleven teachers from across the state have been named finalists in the 2016 Minnesota Teacher of the Year program.
The student-operated Northfield Middle School bookstore, The Tattered Pages, is looking for donations of books and gifts for its seventh annual Mother’s Day Sale, May 3 − 6. If donors cannot bring their books or gift items to the Middle School Media Center, they may call 507.663.0677 to arrange for pick up.
Northfield Public Schools Board of Education has announced that they will enter into contract negotiations with Dr. Matthew Hillmann to be the next Superintendent of Northfield Public Schools effective July 1, 2016. He is replacing outgoing superintendent Dr. Chris Richardson, who is retiring after 12 years with the District.
The Minnesota Association of School Administrators (MASA) has named Dr. Matthew Hillmann, Director of Administrative Services at Northfield Public Schools, as the recipient of the 2016 Outstanding Central Office Leader Award.
Register for Camp Invention by March 21 and save $25 on this action-packed week this summer. Local educators will lead youth entering grades one through six in hands-on STEM activities − (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math).