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  • Art & Architecture at Lakewood: A Guided Walking Tour (Roosevelt 55+) OUTDOOR

    See beautiful art and architecture on this special guided walking tour of Lakewood Cemetery, including the Byzantine-style Memorial Chapel, the contemporary Garden Mausoleum and monument art found in the cemetery’s oldest sections. Wear walking shoes. Parts of this tour are not ADA accessible. Meet at the administrative building inside the main gate at Lakewood Cemetery, 3600 Hennepin Ave. S. *During in-person outdoor classes face coverings are recommended. All participants should do a COVID-19 Daily Home Health Screening before attending a program. Participants with any sign of illness are to stay home. COVID-19 precautions may change.
  • Come From Away at the Orpheum Theatre (Roosevelt 55+)

    This Broadway musical takes you into the heart of the remarkable true story of 7000 stranded passengers and the small town in Newfoundland that welcomed them. Cultures clashed and nerves ran high, but uneasiness turned into trust, music soared into the night, and gratitude grew into enduring friendships. Transportation is on your own. Tickets will be mailed to you. Register online or call 612.668.4828. Meet at the Orpheum Theatre, 910 Hennepin Ave. * Proof of vaccination and photo identification are required to enter the theatre. All guests are required to wear a face mask securely covering their mouths and noses in the venue (except while actively eating or drinking in designated areas.
  • Geocaching for Beginners (Roosevelt 55+) OUTDOOR

    Geocaching is an outdoor activity where you follow GPS coordinates to find a cache or sign leading to the next set of coordinates. Learn how to read coordinates and discover a new way to explore the outdoors. Handheld GPS units will be sanitized and provided for your adventure Class held at Woodlake Nature Center 6710 Lake Shore Drive Richfield. *During in-person outdoor classes face coverings are recommended. All participants should do a COVID-19 Daily Home Health Screening before attending a program. Participants with any sign of illness are to stay home. COVID-19 precautions may change.
  • History of Lake Nokomis: A Guided Walking Tour (Roosevelt 55+) OUTDOOR

    Over 100 hundred years ago, Park Superintendent Theodore Wirth envisioned Lake Nokomis’ park as a place for swimming, recreational fields and walking paths. Join the Friends of Lake Nokomis on a 2 mile walking tour to hear its interesting history and explore some of the park’s notable features. **Face coverings are recommended. All participants should do a COVID-19 Daily Home Health Screening before attending a program. Participants with any sign of illness are to stay home. COVID-19 precautions may change.
  • History of Woodlake (Roosevelt 55+) OUTDOOR

    Discover the rich history of Wood Lake Nature Center, Richfield’s largest park, from pre-settlement time to the present as you walk the trails with a naturalist. Enjoy stories and anecdotes that will help you understand interesting features of the park and it’s role in storm water management for the city of Richfield. Class held at Woodlake Nature Center 6710 Lake Shore Drive Richfield. *During in-person outdoor classes face coverings are recommended. All participants should do a COVID-19 Daily Home Health Screening before attending a program. Participants with any sign of illness are to stay home. COVID-19 precautions may change.
  • Noticing Nature (Roosevelt 55+) OUTDOOR

    Tap into your senses as you explore the park with a naturalist guide. Reset your mind and body, tune in to the rhythm of the season, and practice noticing nature. Discover the peaceful sights, sounds, and smells outside while becoming grounded in nature and appreciating the ever-changing elements around you. Held at Carl Kroening Interpretive Center 4900 N Mississippi Drive. *During in-person outdoor classes face coverings are recommended for participants, regardless of an individual’s vaccination status. All participants should do a COVID-19 Daily Home Health Screening before attending a program. Participants with any sign of illness are to stay home. COVID-19 precautions may change.