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Have you ever found a fossil? What does your favorite dinosaur look like? Come to the Art Center to make a “real” air-dry clay dinosaur and your very own “fossils.” Explore watercolors to create a backdrop for dinosaur silhouettes and more. This camp runs M-F 9am to 1pm, with mid-morning snack breaks.
ADULT/TEEN: Whether you’re interested in trying portraiture for the first time or seeking to improve your skills, this small group drawing workshop will address your needs. Materials provided, or bring your own. Instructor Louise Gillis is an award-willing artist and skilled teacher. Register for up to all four July sessions to make the most progress.
The weekly Farmers Market lets people purchase directly from farmers, growers and producers, ensuring a high level of freshness and quality.
The Arts & Culture Commission holds their regular monthly meeting on the fourth Thursday of the month. People may attend in person or watch it streamed live on the City’s YouTube channel, YouTube.com/EdinaTV. People also can listen in via telephone; see the meeting agenda for the phone number and access code.
The Energy and Environment Commission holds their regular monthly meeting on the second Thursday of each month. People may attend in person or watch it streamed live on the City’s YouTube channel, YouTube.com/EdinaTV. People also can listen in via telephone; see the meeting agenda for the phone number and access code.
Walk With the Mayor gives community members a chance to voice concerns, talk with Mayor Jim Hovland and get to know the city a little bit better while taking a walk through various locations in Edina. No prior registration is required. Participants should wear comfortable walking shoes. In the event of rain or inclement weather, the walk will be held at Southdale Center; meet near the Caribou Coffee in the center court.