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  • Fantasy Football for Beginners

    If you're new to fantasy football, this class is tailored just for you! Participants will gain insights into drafting players, understanding crucial terms and abbreviations essential for fantasy football success. They'll receive access to tools (websites) that add fun and ease to weekly competitions, along with guidance on how to start a league. By the end of the class, attendees will grasp the fundamentals of all offensive position groups crucial for fantasy football scoring. Moreover, they'll engage in a mock fantasy football draft. Additional topics covered include scoring mechanisms, navigating the waiver wire, managing bye weeks, executing trades, exploring various league formats and drafting options, and most importantly, having fun! Each participant will leave with a comprehensive packet of discussed materials, online resources for fantasy football success, and contact information for the instructor to address any post-class queries. They'll come to realize how simple and enjoyable fantasy football can truly be!
  • Grain to Glass at Forgotten Star Brewing

    A fantastic opportunity for beer enthusiasts, aspiring home-brewers, or anyone looking to deepen their appreciation for the world of craft beer. Learn, taste and discover the secrets behind your favorite brews! Led by Forgotten Star Assistant Brewer, Jake Glynn, don't miss out on this unique experience! What to expect: - The history and fundamentals of the brewing process - The ingredients and their role in making beer - Guided beer tasting The class and tasting will last about 90 minutes and comes with a free pint for after!
  • Summer Bird Walk-Coon Rapids Dam

    It may still feel like summer to us, but bird migration is already underway for some species. At the same time, nesting birds are still mostly present, meaning we could see a wide variety of species. Nearly 100 species are on record at this location for the month of August, and we'll try spotting as many as we can as we explore the riverfront and the forest. Expect to walk a couple miles. Bring water, sunscreen, and bug spray if you choose. Program is led by Naturalist Kyle Te Poel. Children age 10 and older may also register for this program if they attending with a registered parent/adult.