Wabasha County Public Health would like to invite all couples to a free evening out to educate themselves and our community on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD). At this couple’s night out we will be featuring keynote speaker, Sharon Riester, CNM, NP pre-conception/pre-natal Healthcare provider from St. Elizabeth’s Community Clinic. We will also be providing alcohol-free mocktails, healthy snacks and facts & myths about a serious health problem.Fullscreen Mode
Meet local area author Jenny Jahnke for a reading and book signing event. Jenny wrote this children’s book for her daughters. Lily finds Hope is a heart warming story about a little girl named Lily who finds friendship and joy in a caterpillar named Hope. Join us for a delightful Saturday morning as we celebrate Spring!!!
Tiny Houses on the Lake – Luxury Camping
Bending River Cove is a “cozy escape” situated on the bluffs above Lake Pepin. We offer Luxury Glamping at its finest. Our resort is open year round and we have one cottage and six tiny homes. These our outfitted with all the comforts of home with breathtaking views of the Mississippi. Our team consists of master craftsman Mike Burke who has designed our tiny houses to give you everything you need for a comfortable stay. Mike has a long history in the community of re purposing beautiful hardwoods into something usable. Our tiny homes are crafted with local materials he has acquired over the years that brings texture and color into a modern feel with an “old story”. Our tiny homes our outfitted by Denay Kelly, Co-owner, with handmade decor from our local artisans. Her desire to support our local communities will be evident in each home that you stay in.
Visit their website and book online – www.brctinyhomes.com
The Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/570428846649155.
Want to learn more about the Vikings? Then visit Castlerock Museum in Alma, Wisconsin on Saturday, March 24th from 12-4pm, for the museum’s annual “Meet the Vikings” event, an afternoon celebration of all things “Viking.”
Reenactors will be on hand to answer questions about Viking history, culture, technology, clothing, and weapons. Demonstrations will show how to use a bow lathe, how drop spindles and wool combs were used, and how silver inlays were made in iron. Visitors can also see several actual Viking artifacts on display including a spangenhelm, chieftain’s sword, and Danish axe.Fullscreen Mode
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On Saturday, February 24th at 2pm, Gene Pelowski will give a multimedia presentation on “The Discovery of the Tomb of Tutankhamun” at Castlerock Museum in Alma, Wisconsin.
The program will include primary sources such as the journal of Howard Carter, the photographs of Harry Burton, and music and video clips of the period. The impact of the 1977 and 2007 world tours of the treasures will also be discussed.
Recently discovered information relating to the items found in the tomb and the life and death of the young pharaoh will be presented. Two exact replicas of items from the tomb will also be on display, a solid gold dagger and the gold statue of the boy king.
Gene Pelowski taught history at Winona Senior High School for over 37 years. He has also served as Winona’s State Representative in the MN House of Representatives since 1986. He currently teaches at Winona State University.
Admission is $6 for adults and $4 for students. Museum members receive a 50% discount. Castlerock Museum will be open at 1pm for visitors that would like to see the exhibits beforehand. Seating is limited. Reservations are not required but appreciated. Contact the museum at 608-685-4231 or [email protected] for more details.Fullscreen Mode
The Office Manager and Bookkeeper is a member of the Wabasha-Kellogg Area Chamber of Commerce and CVB and reports to the Executive Director. The position is responsible for overseeing the financial aspects of the organization, as well as assisting visitors in the Chamber of Commerce office.Fullscreen Mode
Get on the bus with us! Wednesday, March 7th, 2018. Rally for state bonding for Wabasha and the National Eagle Center expansion at the State Capitol. IT’S FREE! Enjoy live eagle photos, lunch and a tour of the renovated Capitol. Reserve your bus seat online by visiting: goo.gl/BSStjx
Questions? Call Andrea Chapman @ 651-565-4989
Can’t ride along but support the effort? Contact: Rep. Barb Haley @ [email protected] or Senator Mike Goggin @ [email protected]
Bus will leave from National Eagle Center at 10am and return at 5pm.
Living Well with Chronic Pain is a group workshop designed to help you live a healthy life with your chronic pain by managing your symptoms. Participants set goals and make a personalized plan to improve their health. Workshops are interactive and focus on peer support.
Offered in Partnership with Wabasha County Senior Action Team including representation from ACE Brain Fitness, Elder Network, Three Rivers Community Action, Saint Elizabeth’s Medical Center, Wabasha Ambulance, Wabasha County Public Health, SHIP, United Way of Wabasha County, and community citizens.Fullscreen Mode