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Wednesday, Sept. 21 LEGO ….

Wednesday, Sept. 21 LEGO Club, 4 p.m., Plum City Public Library (611 Main St., Plum City). Come build masterpieces and friendships!

Thursday, Sept. 22 River Falls High School A

Capella Choir, 6:30 p.m. River Falls Public Library (140 Union

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PFLAG Meeting, 6:30 p.m., River Falls Public Library board room (140 Union St., River Falls). PFLAG is dedicated to supporting, educating and advocating for LGBTQ+ people and their families. For more information, contact [email protected] com Tabletop Games, 5-7 p.m., Plum City Public Library (611 Main St., Plum City). Stop by to play tabletop, board and card games.

Friday, Sept. 23 Muffins in the Mornin’, 10 a.m., Plum City Public Library (611 Main St., Plum City). A time for adults and children to eat, play and socialize!

Friday, Sept 23 & Saturday, Sept. 24 Bacon Bash, Heritage Park, downtown River Falls. Celebrate all things bacon, complete with opportunities for people of all ages to taste bacon-centric dishes and partake in pig-themed activities, including the popular pet parade, a variety of contests, an arts and crafts fair, live music, and more.

Saturday, Sept. 24 EBSA Fundraiser: Busch for Bats, 1 p.m., Clyde’s Corner (W7409 Highway 65, Beldenville). Live band, free food, meat raffle, 50/50 cash raffle, board raffle for gun, hog and cash; Texas Hold ‘em tourney. Funds raised go toward Ellsworth Baseball Softball Association field improvement projects such as playground equipment, batting cages, scoreboards, a fourth practice field and other upgrades at Browns Field Complex.

Powered by Electricity Experience, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., UW-River Falls (410 S. Third St.) Sponsored by Pierce Pepin Cooperative Services, St. Croix Electric Cooperative, UW Office of Sustainability and Hope for Creation, the event features an electric vehicle showcase, EV test drives, e-bike test rides, electric tool demonstrations, presentations and a brat stand fundraiser for St. Croix Valley SART.

Sunday, Sept. 25 Artist Receipt for Tom Hansen, 2-4 p.m., Great River Road Visitor & Learning Center (200 Monroe St., Prescott). Meet photographer Tom Hansen of Cooper Hansen Nature Photography. Light refreshments provided; support local art!

Harvest Dinner & Country Store, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Rush River Lutheran Church (N8623 County Road Y, River Falls). Rush River Lutheran celebrates its Norwegian heritage with the 75th annual harvest dinner. The cafeteria style menu includes ham, hand-rolled meatballs, lefse, rommegrot and other traditional Norwegian treats. Money raised supports the church and local, regional and global charities.

Monday, Sept. 26 Tee It Up For Tate, noon, Clifton Highlands Golf Course (N6890 1230th St., Prescott). Four-person scramble format golf tournament in memory of Tate Asher Edwards. All donations will go to M Health Fairview Masonic Children’s Hospital’s NICU. Help families going through unbearable times due to premature birth.

Tuesday, Sept. 27 Pageturners Book Club, 6:30 p.m. Plum City Public Library (611 Main St., Plum City). We will discuss “We Begin at the End,” by Chris Whitaker. Books are available at the circulation desk.

Wednesday, Sept. 28 LEGO Club, 4 p.m., Plum City Public Library (611 Main St., Plum City). Come build masterpieces and friendships!

Thursday, Sept. 29 Grandpa & Lucy, 3:30-4:30 p.m., Plum City Public Library (611 Main St., Plum City). For grades 1-3. Join us for a fun after-school story about love and dementia.

Celebrate Neighbor National Parks, 4-6 p.m., Great River Road Visitor & Learning Center “(200 Monroe St., Prescott). Celebrate two national parks that meet at the confluence: The St. Croix National Scenic Riverway and the Mississippi National River and Recreation Area. Rain or shine! New superintendents have been appointed to manage these parks and will be on hand to meet community members. A brief program will be followed by refreshments.

Friday, Sept. 30 Autumn Hike, 4-6 p.m., River Falls Community Forest. Celebrate autumn! Flameless candle luminaries light your path for this evening hike through a 40-acre, oldgrowth forest in the lower river canyon downstream of the City of River Falls. The preserve contains 1,500 feet of river frontage and includes the mouth of Rocky Branch. The purchase of The Community Forest in 2021 helped to provide access to The School Forest owned by the River Falls School District, which had been landlocked for years. Hot cocoa, hot apple cider, and popcorn will be available at the trail where the Kinni River and Rocky Branch Tributary meet, provided by Whole Earth Market Co-op! Free event! Please register at https://bit.ly/3KuKxnv Park at the River Falls #12 Trailhead (off of River Ridge Road) or at The Community Forest entrance off of FF.

September 20, 2022