NEY NATURE CENTER (LeSueur County)SUMMER 2022 Offerings "Inspiring Appreciation and Respect for Nature". Check out the opportunities for Kids and Adults presented by the Ney Nature Center at LeSueur County Park & at Ray's Lake in Elysian! (Archery June 5, 9-11 am & Fishing June 12 9-11 am) On-line registrations are available if you follow the link above! Activities for All Ages!
Positive thinking is a mental and emotional attitude that focuses on the bright side of life and expects positive results. Having a positive mindset means making positive thinking a habit, continually searching for the silver lining, and making the best out of any situation you find yourself in.
Through fun, interactive group discussions, you'll understand the effects of negative self-talk, learn how to reframe your thoughts with positivity, and feel more confident in yourself.
This 8-week course will meet at the WEM High School building on Mondays, May 16, 23, June 6, 13, 20, 27, July 11 and 18. (Room TBD) The cost for this session is $100 per person. Online payment can be made by clicking on the link found at the end of the online registration form.
Summer Reading Schedule at the Elysian Area & Waterville Public Libraries See the schedule below and for more detailed information checkout the links to both Locations. Waterville Link Elysian Link
May 11 - Paint on Canvas with Marlene 6 pm, Elysian Library Age 13- Adult May 16- Book Talk (Fire Keepers Daughter- Boulley) 6 pm, Elysian Library Ages(Read the book and join) Adults May 23-Level Up-Stop Motion Lego (Star Wars & Harry Potter) 6pm,Elysian Library Ages 7-12 June 1—Moana Party @ Waterville Library 2:30pm Ages 6-12 June 2—Romp & Rhyme Story Time 10am @ Lake Francis Beach Elysian Ages 3-6 June 3—Seashell Collage 10am @ Elysian Library Ages 9-12 June 7—Native Pride Dancers 10am @ Main Street Venue, Elysian June 8—Punk Skunks Story Walk 4-7pm @ Lions Park, Waterville June 11—Teen Life Skills 9am @ Elysian Library June 13—Perpetual Vaudeville Show 4pm @ Lake Francis Park, Elysian June 13—Romp & Rhyme Story Time 10am @ Lions Park Waterville Ages 3-6 June 15—Morse Code Bracelets 6pm Ages 13-18 @ Waterville Library June 18—Genealogy Club 9am @ Waterville Library June 23—Clay Creations 2pm @ Waterville Senior Center Ages 10-12 June 25—Oil Pastels 10am @ Elysian Library Ages 18+ June 27—Dig It! 11am @ Waterville Library July 1 & 2—Book Sale @ Elysian Library during regular library hours. July 5—Action Figure Terrariums 2pm @ Waterville Library July 7—Romp & Rhyme Story Time 10am @ Lake Francis Beach Elysian Ages 3-6 July 7—Drones 11 am @ Sunset Park Elysian Ages 13-18 July 11—Romp & Rhyme Story Time 10am @ Lions Park Waterville Ages 3-6 July 11—Taiko Drumming 1pm @ Lake Francis Park Elysian All ages. July 13—Comfort Boxes 3pm @ Waterville Library Ages 9-12 July 16—Genealogy Club 9am @ WatervilleLibrary Ages 18+ July 18—Paper Beads 6pm , Ages 18+ @ Waterville Library July 21—Middle School Rules with author Sean Jensen, 7-12 10am @ Elysian Library Ages July 23—Tea Party 10am @ Elysian Library Ages 18+ July 25—Pirate Party 6pm @ Elysian Library Ages 7-12 July 26—Be An Animal: Mask & Movement 10am @ Elysian Library July 27—Be An Animal: Mask & Movement 2pm @ Waterville Senior Center August 4—Romp & Rhyme Story Time 10am @ Lake Francis Beach Elysian Ages 3-6 August 8—Romp & Rhyme Story Time 10am @ Lions Park Waterville Ages 3-6 August 13—How to Train Your Dragon Party 10am @ Elysian Library Ages 7-12 August 16—Tea Party 2pm Ages 18+ @ Waterville Library August 17—Farmhouse Books 6pm Ages 18+ @ Elysian Library August 20—Genealogy Club 9am Ages 18+ @ Waterville Library August 24- Shero Basics, 3pm @ Waterville Library, Ages 9-12
Official MN Hunter Safety Course DNR Firearms Safety Certification is required of anyone born after December 31, 1979 to purchase a hunting license in Minnesota and to participate in the High School Clay Target League. Students must complete the online course and register for the field day. Students must also attend in-person field days. From time-to-time, the Waterville area has field days, which we will try to advertise; however, sites may also be found on the MN DNR site.
Questions? Need Help?
If you have questions about any of the Community Education activities, or you are interested in teaching a community education class, or you are interested in serving on the WEM Community Education Advisory Council, please contact Jeff Boran, Community Education Director at 507-362-4403 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are unable to open a form or have other questions about registering and paying for Community Education, please contact Jeannie Morsching, Administrative Assistant at the Community Education office at 507-362-4403 or email@example.com. Community Ed Staff