Wed.-Fri., June 26-28

Globe Trekkers VBS at Union

Union Church, UCC, Hackensack, will presents a three day Globe Trekkers Vacation Bible School Program; open to youth from age 4 to entering eighth grade. Wed. and Thurs., 8:30-3; Friday, 8:30-5. Includes program and meals. Registration forms available at the church, 401 Lake Ave. E., or call 675-6300; or go to the web site, www.unioncchackensack.com.

Wednesday, June 26

Cards at Lake May Center

Join friends to play the 500 card game Wednesdays at 1 p.m. at Lake May Center, Hwy. 34, Walker.

Hope Lutheran Free Comm. meal

Hope Lutheran Church is serving a free community meal at 5:30 p.m. featuring a pork dinner with all the fixings. Everyone is welcome.

Free Wednesdays-Cass Museum

Due to an outpouring of support, more “Free Day at the Museum” dates have been added. Today’s Free Wednesday (free admission) is sponsored by Leech Lake TV.

Thursday, June 27

Walker Bay Live every Thursday!

Music, art, food, brews, fun. That’s Walker Bay Live, every Thursday, June 13-Sept. 5, 5 p.m.-ish to 9 p.m.- ish, somewhere in Walker. Tonight: MN Folklore Theater (behind Subway), Block Party with The Piggy, and Green scene, featuring Jessica Vines (Pop, jazz, rock). Suggested donation $5. After party at the American Legion.

Hand N Foot, bridge, Lake May Ctr

Play Hand N Foot or bridge at 1 p.m., Thursdays at the Lake May Center, Hwy. 34, Walker.

Crazy Daze

Downtown Businesses will have sales, discounts and clearances on many items, 9-5.

Friday, June 28

Free Friday-Cass County Museum

Today’s “Free Friday” at the Cass County Museum (free admission) is sponsored by Leer Title and American Family Insurance.

ACCL meets at The Hub

The Association of Cass County Lakes meets at 9:30 a.m. at The Hub in Hackensack.

Videography at Central Lakes

Community members are invited to Central Lakes College’s Videography Summer Workshops: Camera Operations, 9 a.m.; Motion Graphics, 11 a.m.; CLC Productions, 1 p.m. Choose one or all three sessions. All events are free, open to the public; lunch provided. Attendees must be at least age 16. RSVP by June 21 to mark.ambroz@clcmn.edu

Friday Fish Fry in Walker

A walleye dinner is served every fourth Friday of the month, 5-7 p.m., at the Lake May Center, Hwy. 34, Walker. Two walleye fillets, baked potato, wild rice, coleslaw, rolls, homemade pies, $15.

Saturday, June 29

Hope Lutheran Church Anniv.

Hope Lutheran Church, Walker, celebrates its 100th anniversary with an open house at the church, 10 a.m.-noon, with memorabilia on display from the past 100 years.

Hope Lutheran Centennial Choir

Hope Lutheran Church Chancel Choir invites all singers to join them for a special centennial choir rehearsal at 10 a.m. The choir will sing during Centennial Services Sunday, June 30.

Hope Lutheran Church picnic

Hope Lutheran Church invites the community to join them in celebrating their 100th anniversary with a  picnic in Walker City Park, noon-2 p.m., games for kids, music, worship service at 3 p.m. In case of inclement weather, WHA School.

Mille Lacs Museum-lacrosse

The Mille Lacs Indian Museum and Trading Post, 43411 Oodena Dr., Onamia (320-532-3632) will hold a traditional lacrosse demonstration, 1-3 p.m., featuring Twin Cities Native Lacrosse team. Lacrosse has been played by many Native American tribes for centuries. All ages and abilities welcome to participate; equipment provided. Event is free; museum admission not included.

Turtle Town Art Fair

The 18th annual Turtle Town Art Fair, a celebration of the arts, will be held on the grounds of Salem Lutheran Church , 9 a.m.-3 p.m. (rain or shine). Salem Lutheran is located on Co. Rd. 5 west of Longville. Shop for woodworking, quilts, painting, rugs, clothing, pottery, jewelry, much more!  Sponsored by the Longville Area Women of Today.

Sunday, June 30

Hope Luth. Centennial Worship

Hope Lutheran Church, Walker, celebrates its 100th anniversary with worship services at 8:30 and 10:30 a.m., followed by a time of fellowship and viewing memorabilia displays.

Gazebo Concert Series

The Gazebo Concert Series will be held every Sunday night, June 16-Aug. 25, 7 p.m., Community Church  (UCC). If weather threatens, concert will be in the church. Free will offerings for performers; bring a lawn chair.  Tonight’s performer Karl Commers.

Summer Forum - The Faith Project

Union Congregational Church, Hackensack, will present an inspiring talk about a youth who became a doctor in Haiti. Guest speakers will share film highlights. The forum begins at 10:15 a.m. and is open to the public.

Monday, July 1

Line dancing in at Lake May

Line dancing Mondays at the Lake May Center, Hwy. 34, Walker. Regular line dancing, 5:30-6:30 p.m.

Tuesday, July 2

Traveling Art Pub painting

The Traveling Art Pub will hold a painting event, with apron and art supplies included, at the Lucky Moose, 6-8:30 p.m.

Wednesday, July 3

Free Wednesdays-Cass Museum

Due to an outpouring of support, more “Free Day at the Museum” dates have been added. Today’s Free Wednesday (free admission) is sponsored by Tianna Country Club.

Youth water safety permit class

Ay outh water safety permit class will be held 8:30-2:30 for youth ages 12-17 at The Hub in Hackensack. Hackensack Lions will provide lunch and snack. Part of the training is with hands-on watercraft at city beach. Bring a life vest if possible. Training is free, sponsored by the Hackensack Lions and area lake associations. To register or for questions, send name, birth date and contact info to leann_sand2001@yahoo.com.

Ten Mile Lake Women’s Coffee

The Ten Mile Lake Women’s Coffee will not meet today.

Cards at Lake May Center

Join friends to play the 500 card game Wednesdays at 1 p.m. at Lake May Center, Hwy. 34, Walker.

Thursday, July 4

Walker Independence Day

Enjoy Walker’s July 4 celebration; parade, food, entertainment for all ages. Fireworks at dusk.

Walker Bay Live every Thursday!

Music, art, food, brews, fun. That’s Walker Bay Live, every Thursday, June 13-Sept. 5, somewhere in Walker. Today, noon-3 p.m., Traveling Art Pub, featuring My Famous Friends (cool, fun, cover rock experience). Suggested donation $5. After party at the American Legion.

Waddle Like a Duck races

The Waddle like a Duck half marathon starts at City Park at 7:55 a.m.; the 5K and 10 K start at 8:10 a.m. Register now at walkerareacommunitycenter.com.

Farmer’s Market

The Walker Community Farmer’s Market will be held every Thursday, with live music, food and crafters.

Friday, July 5

Free Friday-Cass County Museum

Today’s “Free Friday” at the Cass County Museum (free admission) is sponsored by Benson’s.

Sunday, July 7

Gazebo Concert Series

The Gazebo Concert Series will be held every Sunday night, June 16-Aug. 25, 7 p.m., Community Church  (UCC). If weather threatens, concert will be in the church. Free will offerings for performers; bring a lawn chair.  Tonight’s performer Ryan Pels.

Monday, July 8

Bariatric Surgery Support Group

Sanford-Bemidji’s bariatric weight loss surgery support group meets the second Monday of each month, 6-7:30 p.m., Education Room C, Sanford Bemidji Medical Center, 1300 Anne St. NW. Enter through the east visitor entrance. The group connects people with others to discuss experiences, share ideas and provide emotional support. The group is led by a volunteer support leader; a member of Sanford’s Bariatric Surgery Program will be available to assist with questions. Call (281) 333-500 for info.

Line dancing in at Lake May

Line dancing Mondays at the Lake May Center, Hwy. 34, Walker. Regular line dancing, 5:30-6:30 p.m.

Wednesday, July 10

Free Wednesdays-Cass Museum

Due to an outpouring of support, more “Free Day at the Museum” dates have been added. Today’s Free Wednesday (free admission) is sponsored by Thrifty White Drug.

Cards at Lake May Center

Join friends to play the 500 card game Wednesdays at 1 p.m. at Lake May Center, Hwy. 34, Walker.

Studio music session at CLC

Community members are invited to Central Lakes College, Brainerd, to experience a full day of producing a live studio music session with professional musicians. Free, open to the public; lunch provided. Attendees must be at least age 16. RSVP to mark.ambroz@clcmn.edu

Thursday, July 11

Cards at Lake May Center

Join friends to play card games on Thursdays; Hand ‘N Foot or bridge at 1 p.m., at the Lake May Center, Hwy. 34, Walker.

Retired Military Group

The Park Rapids Area Retired Military Group meets at 6 p.m. at the Iron Horse, next to the trail, in Nevis. All retired military from all service branches are welcome with family and friends. Call Cmdr. David Buchholz at (218) 616-0432 with questions.

Izaak Walton League meets

The Cass County chapter of the Izaak Walton League of America meets at 5:30 p.m. at Union Church in Hackensack. New members welcome. for more info contact Jack Fitzgerald at (218) 682-2941.

Walker Bay Live every Thursday!

Music, art, food, brews, fun. That’s Walker Bay Live, every Thursday, June 13-Sept. 5, 5 p.m.-ish to 9 p.m.- ish, somewhere in Walker. Tonight: Walker City Dock featuring Tammy and the Bachelor; they play it all. Suggested donation $5. After party at the American Legion.

Fri.-Sat., July 12-13

NAC Festival: First Ladies of Song

Hackensack’s annual two-day jazz music festival, with Josh Duffee and his Big Band, shines the spotlight on “The First Ladies of Song,” the iconic female vocalists of the Big Band Era. Tickets on sale at Southside and Swanson’s in Hackensack; on the Northwoods Arts Council website, northwoodsartscouncil.org; at Sacred Heart Church’s June and July flea markets and at the door if not sold out. Early purchases are encouraged!

Friday, July 12

Free Friday-Cass County Museum

Today’s “Free Friday” at the Cass County Museum (free admission) is sponsored by Piggy BBQ and Walker Marine.

Izaak Walton League dinner

The Cass County Chapter of the Izaak Walton League will hold their 10th annual spaghetti dinner from 5 to 7 p.m. at Union Church in Hackensack. This dinner is co-sponsored by Union Church and will include great food, good fellowship, some raffle items, and a chance to see and buy a ticket for this years’ quilt.  The tickets are $8 for adults and $4 for children under 12. All proceeds support Deep Portage Learning Center youth camp scholarships and other Ike’s programs. Come and have dinner before the Northwoods Arts Council’s “Josh Duffee and his Big Band Show, The First Ladies of Song.”

Sunday, July 14

Gazebo Concert Series

The Gazebo Concert Series will be held every Sunday night, June 16-Aug. 25, 7 p.m., Community Church  (UCC). If weather threatens, concert will be in the church. Free will offerings for performers; bring a lawn chair.  Tonight’s performers dancing Light.

Monday, July 15

Line dancing in at Lake May

Line dancing Mondays at the Lake May Center, Hwy. 34, Walker. Regular line dancing, 5:30-6:30 p.m.

Tuesday, July 16

Learn to Knit in Walker

Knitting class runs from 10-11 a.m. today at the Lake May Center, Hwy. 34, Walker.

Wednesday, July 17

Free Wednesdays-Cass Museum

Due to an outpouring of support, more “Free Day at the Museum” dates have been added. Today’s Free Wednesday (free admission) is sponsored by Shriver’s Bait.

Ten Mile Lake Women’s Coffee

The Ten Mile Lake Women’s Coffee meets from 10-11 a.m. Hostess is Pat Ripken and co-hostesses are Carol Williams and Jill Ripken Anderson.

Cards at Lake May Center

Join friends to play the 500 card game Wednesdays at 1 p.m. at Lake May Center, Hwy. 34, Walker.

Thursday, July 18

Walker Bay Live every Thursday!

Music, art, food, brews, fun. That’s Walker Bay Live, every Thursday, June 13-Sept. 5, 5 p.m.-ish to 9 p.m.- ish, somewhere in Walker. Tonight: Walker City Dock, featuring Crescent Moon (Fun, variety of covers). Suggested donation $5. After party at the American Legion.

PEO Chapter CY meets

PEO Chapter CY, meets at The Hub, Hackensack. Social, 7 p.m., meeting 7:30 p.m. Hostess, Katy Hoover; co-hostesses, Cathy Iversen and Jeannie Blomme. Program: Faith in Action, presenter, Theresa Eclov.

Cards at Lake May Center

Join friends to play card games on Thursdays; Hand ‘N Foot or bridge at 1 p.m., at the Lake May Center, Hwy. 34, Walker.

Friday, July 19

Free Friday-Cass County Museum

Today’s “Free Friday” at the Cass County Museum (free admission) is sponsored by Green Scene and the Walker American Legion.

Sunday, July 21

Gazebo Concert Series

The Gazebo Concert Series will be held every Sunday night, June 16-Aug. 25, 7 p.m., Community Church  (UCC). If weather threatens, concert will be in the church. Free will offerings for performers; bring a lawn chair.  Tonight’s performers Allen and Matt.

Monday, July 22

Line dancing in at Lake May

Line dancing Mondays at the Lake May Center, Hwy. 34, Walker. Regular line dancing, 5:30-6:30 p.m.

Tuesday, July 23

Cass Co. Public Health Clinic

Cass County Public Health will hold a senior health clinic, 4th Tues., 9-11 a.m., at the Lake May Center, Hwy. 34, Walker, offering blood pressure screenings and foot care.

Wednesday, July 24

Free Wednesdays-Cass Museum

Due to an outpouring of support, more “Free Day at the Museum” dates have been added. Today’s Free Wednesday (free admission) is sponsored by Lucky Moose.

Cards at Lake May Center

Join friends to play the 500 card game Wednesdays at 1 p.m. at Lake May Center, Hwy. 34, Walker.

Thursday, July 25

Walker Bay Live every Thursday!

Music, art, food, brews, fun. That’s Walker Bay Live, every Thursday, June 13-Sept. 5, 5 p.m.-ish to 9 p.m.- ish, somewhere in Walker. Tonight: City Park Playground, featuring Luke Hendrickson (Americana, Folk, Outlaw Country). Suggested donation $5. After party at the American Legion.

Cards at Lake May Center

Join friends to play card games on Thursdays; Hand ‘N Foot or bridge at 1 p.m., at the Lake May Center, Hwy. 34, Walker.

Friday, July 26

Free Friday-Cass County Museum

Today’s “Free Friday” at the Cass County Museum (free admission) is sponsored by First National Bank, Walker, and Charlie’s Up North.

Friday Fish Fry in Walker

A walleye dinner is served every fourth Friday of the month, 5-7 p.m., at the Lake May Center, Hwy. 34, Walker. Two walleye fillets, baked potato, wild rice, coleslaw, rolls, homemade pies, $15.

Sunday, July 28

Gazebo Concert Series

The Gazebo Concert Series will be held every Sunday night, June 16-Aug. 25, 7 p.m., Community Church  (UCC). If weather threatens, concert will be in the church. Free will offerings for performers; bring a lawn chair.  Tonight’s performers After 5.

Monday, July 29

Memory Cafe comes to Walker

The Memory Cafe, a social get-together for those with memory loss and their caregivers, will be open today at The Traveling Art Pub in Walker,10:30-noon. Enjoy coffee, snacks, creative art activities, music, memory games, reminiscing, support and sharing. Free; registration not required. Questions? Contact Simon at 547-6843 or email swhitehe@umn.edu.

Line dancing in at Lake May

Line dancing Mondays at the Lake May Center, Hwy. 34, Walker. Regular line dancing, 5:30-6:30 p.m.

Wednesday, July 31

Free Wednesdays-Cass Museum

Due to an outpouring of support, more “Free Day at the Museum” dates have been added. Today’s Free Wednesday (free admission) is sponsored by Pederson Family Dental.

Cards at Lake May Center

Join friends to play the 500 card game Wednesdays at 1 p.m. at Lake May Center, Hwy. 34, Walker.

Thursday, August 1

Walker Bay Live every Thursday!

Music, art, food, brews, fun. That’s Walker Bay Live, every Thursday, June 13-Sept. 5, 5 p.m.-ish to 9 p.m.- ish, somewhere in Walker. Tonight: City Park Lighthouse, featuring Hornucopia, a Tribute to Horns in the Rock Era. Suggested donation $5. After party at the American Legion.

Friday, Aug. 2

Free Friday-Cass County Museum

Today’s “Free Friday” at the Cass County Museum (free admission) is sponsored by Breen & Person, Ltd., and Main Stream.

Sunday, Aug. 4

Gazebo Concert Series

The Gazebo Concert Series will be held every Sunday night, June 16-Aug. 25, 7 p.m., Community Church  (UCC). If weather threatens, concert will be in the church. Free will offerings for performers; bring a lawn chair.  Tonight’s performers Remember When.

Wednesday, Aug. 7

Free Wednesdays-Cass Museum

Due to an outpouring of support, more “Free Day at the Museum” dates have been added. Today’s Free Wednesday (free admission) is sponsored by Turf Tech.

Thursday, August 8

Walker Bay Live every Thursday!

Music, art, food, brews, fun. That’s Walker Bay Live, every Thursday, June 13-Sept. 5, 5 p.m.-ish to 9 p.m.- ish, somewhere in Walker. Tonight: Walker Marina, featuring Aaron Simmons, Americana, Country New & Old; Neil Diamond Show. Suggested donation $5. After party at the American Legion.

Izaak Walton League meets

The Cass County chapter of the Izaak Walton League of America meets at 5:30 p.m. at Deep Portage Learning Center east of Hackensack. New members welcome. for more info contact Jack Fitzgerald at (218) 682-2941.

Friday, Aug. 9

Free Friday-Cass County Museum

Today’s “Free Friday” at the Cass County Museum (free admission) is sponsored by Tiger Lily’s and Jenny and Co.

Sunday, Aug. 11

Gazebo Concert Series

The Gazebo Concert Series will be held every Sunday night, June 16-Aug. 25, 7 p.m., Community Church  (UCC). If weather threatens, concert will be in the church. Free will offerings for performers; bring a lawn chair.  Tonight’s performer Eclectic Electric, Louis Samsa.

Monday, Aug. 12

Bariatric Surgery Support Group

Sanford-Bemidji’s bariatric weight loss surgery support group meets the second Monday of each month, 6-7:30 p.m., Education Room C, Sanford Bemidji Medical Center, 1300 Anne St. NW. Enter through the east visitor entrance. The group connects people with others to discuss experiences, share ideas and provide emotional support. The group is led by a volunteer support leader; a member of Sanford’s Bariatric Surgery Program will be available to assist with questions. Call (281) 333-500 for info.

Wednesday, Aug. 14

Ten Mile Lake Women’s Coffee

The Ten Mile Lake Women’s Coffee meets from 10-11 a.m. Hostess is Teresa Conway.

Free Wednesdays-Cass Museum

Due to an outpouring of support, more “Free Day at the Museum” dates have been added. Today’s Free Wednesday (free admission) is sponsored by  Friends of the Cass County Museum.

Thursday, August 15

Walker Bay Live every Thursday!

Music, art, food, brews, fun. That’s Walker Bay Live, every Thursday, June 13-Sept. 5, 5 p.m.-ish to 9 p.m.- ish, somewhere in Walker. Tonight: Green Scene, featuring We Ain’t Cowboys (Traditional Country Duo). Suggested donation $5. After party at the American Legion.

Friday, Aug. 16

Free Friday-Cass County Museum

Today’s “Free Friday” at the Cass County Museum (free admission) is sponsored by Walker Eye Clinic and American National Bank.

Sunday, Aug. 18

Gazebo Concert Series

The Gazebo Concert Series will be held every Sunday night, June 16-Aug. 25, 7 p.m., Community Church  (UCC). If weather threatens, concert will be in the church. Free will offerings for performers; bring a lawn chair.  Tonight’s performers Menten, Thunem and Nye.

Wednesday, Aug. 21

Ten Mile Lake Women’s Coffee

The Ten Mile Lake Women’s Coffee meets from 10-11 a.m. Hostess is Shelly Knuths.

Free Wednesdays-Cass Museum

Due to an outpouring of support, more “Free Day at the Museum” dates have been added. Today’s Free Wednesday (free admission) is sponsored by Friends of the Cass County Museum.

Thursday, August 22

Walker Bay Live every Thursday!

Music, art, food, brews, fun. That’s Walker Bay Live, every Thursday, June 13-Sept. 5, 5 p.m.-ish to 9 p.m.- ish,

Wednesday, August 28

Ten Mile Lake Women’s Coffee

The Ten Mile Lake Women’s Coffee meets from 10-11 a.m. Hostess is Jeannie Blomme

Thursday, August 29

Walker Bay Live every Thursday!

Music, art, food, brews, fun. That’s Walker Bay Live, every Thursday, June 13-Sept. 5, 5 p.m.-ish to 9 p.m.- ish, somewhere in Walker. Tonight: Walker Marina, featuring Everett Smithson Band (Music of Mississippi, Blues, Zydeco, Creole). Suggested donation $5. After party at the American Legion.

Friday, Aug. 30

Free Friday-Cass County Museum

Today’s “Free Friday” at the Cass County Museum (free admission) is sponsored by Kabekona Lake Assoc. and Resort Marine and Service.

Wed., Sept. 4, 11, 18

Childbirth Preparation- September

Classes are designed for the seventh, eighth or ninth month of pregnancy, held in CHI St. Joseph’s Health-Park Rapids, Lower Level Conference Room (follow signs), 6-9 p.m. Wednesdays Sept. 4, 11, 18. Call Janine at (218) 616-3385 to register.

Wednesday, Sept. 4

Free Wednesdays-Cass Museum

Due to an outpouring of support, more “Free Day at the Museum” dates have been added. Today’s Free Wednesday (free admission) is sponsored by Northern Star Co-op.

Thursday, Sept. 5

Walker Bay Live every Thursday!

Music, art, food, brews, fun. That’s Walker Bay Live, every Thursday, June 13-Sept. 5, 5 p.m.-ish to 9 p.m.- ish, somewhere in Walker. Tonight: Trapper’s Landing Lodge, featuring Crescent Moon (Fun, Variety of Covers). Suggested donation $5. After party at the American Legion.

Friday, Sept. 6

Free Friday-Cass County Museum

Today’s “Free Friday” at the Cass County Museum (free admission) is sponsored by Renee Geving and Lakeside Fireplace and Stove.

Monday, Sept. 9

Bariatric Surgery Support Group

Sanford-Bemidji’s bariatric weight loss surgery support group meets the second Monday of each month, 6-7:30 p.m., Education Room C, Sanford Bemidji Medical Center, 1300 Anne St. NW. Enter through the east visitor entrance. The group connects people with others to discuss experiences, share ideas and provide emotional support. The group is led by a volunteer support leader; a member of Sanford’s Bariatric Surgery Program will be available to assist with questions. Call (281) 333-500 for info.

Monday, Sept. 30

Memory Cafe comes to Walker

The Memory Cafe, a social get-together for those with memory loss and their caregivers, will be open today at The Traveling Art Pub in Walker,10:30-noon. Enjoy coffee, snacks, creative art activities, music, memory games, reminiscing, support and sharing. Free; registration not required. Questions? Contact Simon at 547-6843 or email swhitehe@umn.edu.

Monday, Oct. 14

Bariatric Surgery Support Group

Sanford-Bemidji’s bariatric weight loss surgery support group meets the second Monday of each month, 6-7:30 p.m., Education Room C, Sanford Bemidji Medical Center, 1300 Anne St. NW. Enter through the east visitor entrance. The group connects people with others to discuss experiences, share ideas and provide emotional support. The group is led by a volunteer support leader; a member of Sanford’s Bariatric Surgery Program will be available to assist with questions. Call (281) 333-500 for info.

Monday, Oct. 28

Memory Cafe comes to Walker

The Memory Cafe, a social get-together for those with memory loss and their caregivers, will be open today at The Traveling Art Pub in Walker,10:30-noon. Enjoy coffee, snacks, creative art activities, music, memory games, reminiscing, support and sharing. Free; registration not required. Questions? Contact Simon at 547-6843 or email swhitehe@umn.edu.

Monday, Nov. 11

Bariatric Surgery Support Group

Sanford-Bemidji’s bariatric weight loss surgery support group meets the second Monday of each month, 6-7:30 p.m., Education Room C, Sanford Bemidji Medical Center, 1300 Anne St. NW. Enter through the east visitor entrance. The group connects people with others to discuss experiences, share ideas and provide emotional support. The group is led by a volunteer support leader; a member of Sanford’s Bariatric Surgery Program will be available to assist with questions. Call (281) 333-500 for info.

Monday, Nov. 25

Memory Cafe comes to Walker

The Memory Cafe, a social get-together for those with memory loss and their caregivers, will be open today at The Traveling Art Pub in Walker,10:30-noon. Enjoy coffee, snacks, creative art activities, music, memory games, reminiscing, support and sharing. Free; registration not required. Questions? Contact Simon at 547-6843 or email swhitehe@umn.edu.

Monday, Dec. 9

Bariatric Surgery Support Group

Sanford-Bemidji’s bariatric weight loss surgery support group meets the second Monday of each month, 6-7:30 p.m., Education Room C, Sanford Bemidji Medical Center, 1300 Anne St. NW. Enter through the east visitor entrance. The group connects people with others to discuss experiences, share ideas and provide emotional support. The group is led by a volunteer support leader; a member of Sanford’s Bariatric Surgery Program will be available to assist with questions. Call (281) 333-500 for info.

Monday, Dec. 30

Memory Cafe comes to Walker

The Memory Cafe, a social get-together for those with memory loss and their caregivers, will be open today at The Traveling Art Pub in Walker,10:30-noon. Enjoy coffee, snacks, creative art activities, music, memory games, reminiscing, support and sharing. Free; registration not required. Questions? Contact Simon at 547-6843 or email swhitehe@umn.edu.

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