Here's a look at a few events happening Sept. 21 and 20. Click on the bold headline for more event information.
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21
Elli Hofmeister is a 15-year-old St. Michael youth who has been diagnosed with Juvenile Huntington’s Disease (JHD). The tournament will raise money for modifications needed for Elli’s home, medical expenses and “to fulfill some of Elli’s dreams,” according to organizers.
Although registration spots for the kickball tournament are
full, community members are invited to stop out to watch and bring children to
the carnival onsite with inflatables, games and raffle. Donations continue to be accepted.
9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21
Alleluia Lutheran Church land (along 30th Street NE in St. Michael, west of County Road 19
A 5K run starts at 9 a.m. followed by a kids run. Starting at noon and throughout the
day, eight local bands will be performing, see a custom motorcycle show,
carnival games, inflatables, hay rides, silent auction, beer garden and food, according to organizers.
$10 per person at the gate, children 12 and under free. A
portion of event proceeds will go towards supporting a local non-profit
organization in St. Michael, Neighborhood Connections, and Alleluia’s
9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 21
Bring your family and friends to a morning full of activities: middle school kids' Innovation Fair projects; vote for your fan favorite, face painting, a question and answer booth with an inventor from the community, hands on activities from the Bakken museum, robotics demonstrations from the Monticello FIRST Tech Challenge team, refreshment and more, according to organizers. This is a Girl Scout Silver Award event sponsored by St. Michael Rotary Club, FYCC, Highland Bank, Health Source, St. Michael-Albertville Health Clinic, Buffalo Rotary Club, and Coborns.
9 a.m. doors open, 10 a.m. brunch Saturday, Sept. 21
St. Albert Parish Hall, Albertville
Style show, raffle, brunch and silent auction to benefit Arc United.
Cost is $30 at the door, if space available.
More information: 612-237-9359 or www.thearcunited.org
10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 21
Preserve Park, St. Michael
Big Woods 4th grader, Haley Roth, is organizing the second annual Kids Race Against Cancer at Preserve Park in St. Michael. No preregistration required. Donations for St. Jude Children’s Research will be accepted the day of the event, according to organizers.
7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21
Kids and adults who have a 2013 Minnesota hunting or fishing license can get free and discount admission for the 101 Market Corn Maze in Otsego Saturday, Sept. 21, through Thursday, Oct. 31, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) said.
To receive the offer, people should show their
2013 hunting or fishing license at the time of purchase. Discounts include
either free maze entry (a $6 value) or $3 off a $15 dollar unlimited activity
package. All tickets purchased under that license will receive the discount
with a limit of six free admissions per license. Additional discounts cannot be