Join The City At Upcoming 55+ Adult Programs And Activities
The City’s 55+ Adult Programs Office has some fun events in the coming weeks like Money Matters, May 16 and Coffee Talk, May 22.
Money Matters – Anatomy Bequest Program
Presenters from the University of Minnesota Medical School Anatomy Bequest Program will teach about whole body donation and how it supports medical advancement in Minnesota. Attendees will also learn what research is supported through donation at the University and if a person can be an organ donor and a whole body donor.
The presentation will be held in the Valley Room at Brookview, May 16, 10-11:15 am and is free to all.
Coffee Talk – Norman Mitchell, Author
Although he grew up in New York City, Norman Mitchell has lived in Minnesota for over thirty years, and currently resides in Golden Valley. His book, The Hidden One, is part history thriller and part urban fantasy. The book sprawls through the 20th century, reminding us of how our current geo-political world came about, while asking what is hidden from us and what lies beneath our sense of reality.
Coffee Talk costs $2 to attend and offers coffee, juice, tea, and donuts. Pre-registration is suggested, but walk-ins are also welcomed. Call 763-512-2345 to register.