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  1. Calendar Overlay Meetings (2)
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Meetings

  1. Economic Development Authority (EDA) - CANCELLED

    January 27, 2020, 6:15 PM @ City Hall

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  2. Regular City Council Meeting

    January 27, 2020, 7:00 PM @ Council Chambers

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Recreation Calendar

  1. Tai Chi Basic 1: Walking Meditation

    January 22, 2020, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ Community Room

    Tai Chi Basic 1: Walking Meditation This class will introduce a series of Tai Chi walking poses. This set of movements requires that your stepping becomes steady over time. It continuously tests and improves your sense of physical and energetic balance through your legs and feet. As you develop the strength and energy in your legs, each move will naturally transfer into your cores and arms, and then form a well-coordinated entire body movement. It is an accessible Mind-Body practice for soothing stress and maximizing function. Hongyi Lan, PhD-Instructor Hongyi has practiced Tai Chi Chuan for more than 25 years. She first learned Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan and then learned Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan from Master Liang Shan. Hongyi believes Tai Chi/QiGong is an ideal mind-body exercise for everyone. Master Lan is a scholar and teacher devoted to spreading these ancient exercises to as many people as possible.

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  2. Yoga For All Levels

    January 23, 2020, 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM @ Community Room

    Join veteran instructor Shaila Cunningham of YogaHotDish for some of the safest, most comprehensive yoga classes around. Hot Vinyasa Flow? Too fast, hard on the joints, not enough meditation and mindfulness. Gentle Yoga? Not enough of a workout. Your inner “Goldilocks” will be delighted with this “just right” class that delivers all the benefits you want from yoga: ~ Improved strength and flexibility ~ Better breathing ~ Better posture ~ Better balance ~ Improved mood and cognition ~ Deeper states of relaxed awareness/meditation Can you really achieve all of the above in one class? Not in an hour, not in a large-group setting and not with an inexperienced instructor. YogaHotDish walk the line between classical yoga and modern best practices so you can “have it all” in one “Just Right” class! Moreover, you'll be in a small group of committed people progressing together, not in a big room full of drop-ins who force classes to be repetitive.

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  3. Beginner Ice Skating Lessons

    January 25, 2020, 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM @ Cummings

    Lace up for some fun learning. Bring your own skates and explore the basics of ice skating. Equipment needed: skates, helmet (hockey or bike) Ages 4 & up Registration Deadline: Wednesday, January 1 20WYIL00 Saturdays ? 10:00 - 10:45 am January 4 - February 1 Cummings Park

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  4. Advanced Beginner Ice Skating Lessons

    January 25, 2020, 10:50 AM - 11:35 AM @ Cummings

    Lace up for some fun learning. Bring your own skates and explore the basics of ice skating. Equipment needed: skates, helmet (hockey or bike) Ages 4 & up Registration Deadline: Wednesday, January 1 20WYIL01 Saturdays ? 10:50 - 11:35 am January 4 - February 1 Cummings Park

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  5. Daytrip: Orchids & Ice

    January 28, 2020, 9:15 AM - 3:00 PM @ Shoreview Community Center

    Visit the orchid show at the Como Conservatory. Have lunch at the St. Paul Hotel M St. Café. A local guide will take guests to the 2020 Winter Carnival sites. Transportation provided.

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  6. Dance Program

    January 28, 2020, 5:30 PM - 7:45 PM @ Community Room

    Hop N Tots Creative Dance with Tap Here’s a class for kids with energy to spare! Have fun with rhythm and movement while exercising your body. Students will be introduced to basic beginning tap and ballet techniques. Tap and ballet shoes are required and will be available for purchase the first week of class, if needed. Creative Dance with Tap This isn’t your ordinary dance class! We use scarves, pom-poms and rhythm instruments to explore and experience dance. We will introduce beginning tap throughout this session. Tap and ballet shoes are required and will be available for purchase the first week of class, if needed. Tap, Jazz & Ballet Learn the basics of tap, jazz and ballet in a fun, relaxed environment. Tap and ballet shoes are required and will be available for purchase the first week of class, if needed.

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  7. Tai Chi Basic 1: Walking Meditation

    January 29, 2020, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ Community Room

    Tai Chi Basic 1: Walking Meditation This class will introduce a series of Tai Chi walking poses. This set of movements requires that your stepping becomes steady over time. It continuously tests and improves your sense of physical and energetic balance through your legs and feet. As you develop the strength and energy in your legs, each move will naturally transfer into your cores and arms, and then form a well-coordinated entire body movement. It is an accessible Mind-Body practice for soothing stress and maximizing function. Hongyi Lan, PhD-Instructor Hongyi has practiced Tai Chi Chuan for more than 25 years. She first learned Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan and then learned Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan from Master Liang Shan. Hongyi believes Tai Chi/QiGong is an ideal mind-body exercise for everyone. Master Lan is a scholar and teacher devoted to spreading these ancient exercises to as many people as possible.

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  8. Yoga For All Levels

    January 30, 2020, 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM @ Community Room

    Join veteran instructor Shaila Cunningham of YogaHotDish for some of the safest, most comprehensive yoga classes around. Hot Vinyasa Flow? Too fast, hard on the joints, not enough meditation and mindfulness. Gentle Yoga? Not enough of a workout. Your inner “Goldilocks” will be delighted with this “just right” class that delivers all the benefits you want from yoga: ~ Improved strength and flexibility ~ Better breathing ~ Better posture ~ Better balance ~ Improved mood and cognition ~ Deeper states of relaxed awareness/meditation Can you really achieve all of the above in one class? Not in an hour, not in a large-group setting and not with an inexperienced instructor. YogaHotDish walk the line between classical yoga and modern best practices so you can “have it all” in one “Just Right” class! Moreover, you'll be in a small group of committed people progressing together, not in a big room full of drop-ins who force classes to be repetitive.

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