Upcoming Special Events & Programs

Pan-O-Prog Craft & Bake Sale - Friday, July 7- 9 am-3 pm; Saturday, July 8 - 9 am-noon

Come shop at the annual Pan-O-Prog Craft and Bake Sale or just come for breakfast or lunch (Friday only). You'll get great items while your support your local seniors. Volunteers needed to sell baked goods and serve lunch.   Sign up at the Heritage Center, by calling 952-985-4620. 

Navigating Roundabouts - Tuesday, July 11  1-1:45 pm
Learn all about roundabouts and how to navigate them. This class is offered by Lakeville Area Active Adults and the Mn Highway Safety & Research Center.  No fee for LAAA Members. Please sign up by Thursday July 6 online, at the Heritage Center or by calling 952-985-4620. 

Aging in Place - Tips for staying in your Home - Thursday, August 17, 9:30 am
Many people would prefer to stay in their home as they age. Learn how to prepare your home and surroundings to meet this goal. You will also preview the self-assessment checklist. This presentation will include information and discussion lead by Jess Luce—Communities for a Lifetime Initiative Program Manager, Dakota County Public Health. FREE. Please sign up online, at the Heritage Center or by calling 952-985-4620. 


Ice Cream Social featuring music of Rod Cerar - Tuesday, August 22, 1:30 pm
Rod Cerar is a very popular accordionist, keyboardist and vocalist who has been playing music since the age of 7. Over the years he has performed with Frank Yankovik, Myron Floren and others and has entertained John Kennedy, Hubert Humphey, Al Gore and Ronald Reagan. We are excited to have booked him for the ice cream social! This event is FREE for members. Please sign up at the Heritage Center, or online  or by calling 952-985-4620 so we can plan accordingly. Entertainment is provided by Lakeville Area Active Adults. Ice cream and toppings are sponsored by Augustana Regent of Burnsville and Apple Valley Villa. Thank you!  


Hospice: A Special Kind of Care - Tuesday, August 29, 1 pm
Many families have little or no experience caring for someone who is dying. How can hospice help you and your family? What makes hospice a “special kind of care”? What’s the difference between palliative care and hospice? Who’s eligible for hospice? Who pays for hospice? This workshop will address these questions and more as we continue our conversations about being mortal and advance care planning. Chaplain Edward Holland, Park Nicollet Advance Planning Volunteer, will present this topic. FREE. Please sign up online, at the Heritage Center or by calling 952-985-4620. 

Spring Outdoor Activities


Get active this spring!  Outdoor activities include:
Men's Golf League - plays on Wednesdays
Pickleball - plays on Tuesday and Friday mornings and Wednesday nights
Motorcycle Club - rides on Thursdays
"Health Angels" Biking - rides on Wednesdays
Casual Golf for Ladies - Wednesdays

 


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