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Would you like your community group included on our newsletter and website? Contact Community Ed at (715)294-4601or e-mail prattd@osceolak12.org  Include a short description and contact information.


 Village of Osceola – visit www.myosceola.com for event details. Osceola Braves, Movies Under the Stars, Music in the Park, Wheels and Wings and more!


Wheels and Wings! http://www.wheelswings.com/

Osceola Community Fair



  

Osceola Medical Center offers a variety of services and educational opportunities to the community.  Check out the schedule below and sign up today! www.myomc.org


 

 

We are starting our second decade with Osceola Medical Center’s 11th annual Healthy Heart 5K Run/Walk. Join us April 22, 2017 for a fun and healthy way to get your spring fitness program in gear.

Whether you're a runner or walker, this is the perfect start to your warm-weather fitness season. The Healthy Heart 5K will take you through quiet neighborhoods and along a scenic trail. We'll start and finish at Osceola High School. Individuals, families, company wellness groups, churches, runner's clubs and neighborhood friends are invited to participate.

New this year is a free Kids Zone full of challenging activities for those children not ready for a 5K.

For more information or to register, go to https://myomc.org/hh5k.

 


Wild Kat After School Program:  The Wild Kats After School Program is your answer for fun and exciting, after-school activities for your child. Our program emphasizes healthy living, healthy lifestyles and healthy community. Through activities and field trips, we’ll explore arts and crafts; cooking; fitness; nature; and science. The program runs after school on Mondays and Thursdays, and when there is no school.  For more information, go to MyWRF.org

Visit MyWRF.org or call 715-294-2164 or stop by Wild River Fitness to register your child today



The Swedish Club  Swedish? Explore your heritage!  Further information is available at www.foreverswedish.net or 715-268-6134. 

 

Osceola Senior Citizens Club, Inc. For more information call 715-294-3670 or 2289.

Festival Theatre   Plays, comedy, musicals, musicians and more! Details and reservations online at www.festivaltheatre.org, by calling the box office at 715.483.3387 or emailing festivaltheatreboxoffice@gmail.com.

For more information  contact the Festival Theatre box office at 
715.483.3387, email festivaltheatreboxoffice@gmail.com or visit festivaltheatre.org/arts-education.

                             Wild River Habitat for Humanity is looking for some great volunteers who would enjoy preparing and delivering meals to our hardworking construction crew.  This is a great opportunity for individuals, or groups, that would love to support Habitat for Humanity but would prefer not to work on a construction site.  If you are interested and would like to find out more information, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Teresa, at 715-483-2700


Locally Geared.

 http://www.locally-geared.com/  Learn about Silent Sports in the Saint Croix Valley - Biking, Running, Hiking, Skiing, Snow Shoeing and more!


Franconia Sculpture Park -Located in the scenic St. Croix River Valley, Franconia Sculpture Park is a nonprofit arts organization operating a 43-acre outdoor sculpture park, active artist residency, and community arts programming. Franconia was founded in 1996 by a small group of professional artists, including current Artistic Director/CEO John Hock, who envisioned a supportive artist residency community and open-air sculpture laboratory accessible to all. Today, this vision has been achieved through an active artist residency program that serves 40 artists each year and public arts learning programming that serves over 100,000 annual visitors. Franconia's mission is to provide physically and intellectually wide-open spaces where all are inspired to participate in the creative process. We foster an inspiring outdoor environment for the community to create, engage, and learn about three-dimensional art through an annual exhibition of over 100 sculptures created by artists-in-residence


Pre-school StoryTime Osceola Public Library, Fridays 10:30am. Preschoolers and an accompanying adult are invited to join us every Thursday morning at 10:30 am for a half hour of stories, songs and fun. 102 Chieftain Street, 715-294-2310

Littles StoryTime! Dresser Public Library, Mondays at 10:30am StoryTime tailored to ages 1-3 (older kids are welcome, too, of course) Stories, songs, action rhymes, and hands-on “stuff.”   Fear not – we do not expect this age group to sit still! 715.755-2944 117 South Central Avenue  Dresser, WI www.dresserpubliclibrary.org

The Saint Croix ArtBarn offers a wide variety of live shows, classes, art shows and more! Please visit the ArtBarn website at www.stcroixartbarn.com or call 715-294-ARTS (2787) for ticket information, reservations, event updates as well as membership and volunteer opportunities.

Lamar Community Center P.O. Box 344, 1488 200th Street, Saint Croix Falls, WI 54024, (715)553-2116 lamar.community@gmail.com Lamar Community Center offers an array of dance, music, movement and art classes. Call or e-mail for more info. Visit www.lamarcommunity.org to view current classes and events.


MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) – Saint Croix Valley MOPS is a place that understands moms – their unique needs, challenges, and joys – in this vital season of early mothering! Every mom, who is pregnant or has kids ages ranging from birth to five, is welcomed, accepted and challenged to meet her potential and to recognize her influence, with her family and her world. SCV MOPS also a MOPSNext group, which reaches moms with school-aged children. Better moms make a better world! For more information contact mopsscv@hotmail.com or visit www.mops.org . The Saint Croix Valley MOPS meets the 3rd Tuesday of the Month at Saint Croix Falls High School.

Baby & Me

Learn about infant massage, nutrition, child development and other parenting topics at this free weekly playgroup for parents and their infants (birth – 1 year). This program is offered at no charge through Family Resource Center St. Croix Valley and United Way’s Success by Six initiative, in partnership with area hospitals.

Locations & Schedule:

St. Croix Regional Medical Center, Tuesdays from 1:30-2:30 p.m.

Amery Regional Medical Center, Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30 a.m.

Osceola Medical Center, Thursdays from 5:00-6:00 p.m.

To register: Please call the Family Resource Center at 715-684-4440

Moms in Prayer meets from 8:30-9:30 a.m. at Creative Outburst Studio, 210 Cascade St. Osceola. Moms In Prayer is an interdenominational, ministry of moms who gather to pray for children and schools. For more information join in or call Ginny (715) 248-3975.

Pregnancy Help Center Are you pregnant or wondering if you might be? Are you in need of advice, support, comfort, and/or friendship during a difficult time? Come in and see us or give us a call. Options for Women offers confidential counseling pregnancy tests, pre-natal and parenting classes, Earn While You Learn mentoring program and more. 24 Hour Hotline. 215 ½ Cascade Street, Osceola 715-755-2229 or http://www.osceolatlc.org


 

Girl Scouts  Girl Scouting is about Discovering new things, Connecting with others and Taking Action to make a difference in the community. Troops generally meet once or twice a month and participate in many activities throughout the year with other Girl Scouts in the community! Volunteers are always needed and training is minimal. New materials available for girls in grades K-12, short term and long term adult advisor opportunities, and much more! If you have any questions or want to know more about what is available for your daughter and her age group, please contact Chelsey Foeller at 800-313-0718 or chelsey.foeller@girlscoutsrv.org

4-H is for anyone in grades K through the first year of college. Clubs meet monthly and to do community service and recreation activities. Members sign up to work on individual project areas throughout the 4-H year and can enter projects in the Polk County Fair as a junior exhibitor. 4-H offers involvement at the local club level, Polk County events, Wisconsin statewide events, and National events.

The Pleasant Lake 4-H Club is a local 4-H club that invites to you to come and check us out or join at anytime! The Pleasant Lake 4-H Club meets once a month at the Dresser Community Hall. If you would like more information contact  Amy Thompson at gmagirls@frontiernet.net 715-248-3271 or Teri Wallis at mtwallis@centurytel.net 715-755-2632

Forest View 4-H Club invites you to join or check us out! The Forest View 4-H Club meets the 3rd Sunday of the month at the East Farmington Town Hall. For more information on the Forest View 4-H Club please contact Kim Palmsteen; 715-294-3234.

The Cascade Falls 4-H Club invites you to join us! Call Alyssa Winkelman for meeting information. 715-294-2866.

Seniors on the Go – Meets Tuesdays, 12:30 pm – 4pm at Osceola Methodist Church. The Group plays cards and snacks. Everyone 55 and older is welcome. No dues. For more information call 715-755-2275

Suicide Survivors Support Groups - visit www.mentalhealthpolk.org for full list of area groups. You are not alone!

TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) TOPS is a non-profit program to help you reach and maintain your weight loss goal and live a healthy lifestyle.  We offer support, information, recognition, fun and friendship.  The cost is very low - only $26.00 annual dues and $4.00 monthly chapter dues.  Meetings in Osceola are every Wednesday morning at Trinity Lutheran Church, 300 Seminole Avenue.  Private weigh-ins are from 7:00 - 8:30 AM with meetings following from 8:30 - 9:30. Come to a FREE meeting to check us out!  For more information call Marian at 755-3123 or visit www.tops.org.

Understanding Friends – Widows Support Group  Please join us the first Tuesday of the month for socializing and support. For more information and meeting locations contact Please join us the first Tuesday of the month for socializing and support.  For more information and meeting locations contact Lois Christensen at 715-268-2811.



River Valley Soccer Club 

Registration for Spring 2017
Our online registration is now up running.
Find us on the web at ayso.bluesombrero.com/region1005.

If you are experiencing financial hardship, and would like to request assistance with the registration fee, or if you have any questions at all, email us at aysoregion1005.

 



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