"Reuse" themed classes, offered at Mendota Heights City Hall (1101 Victoria Curve)

 

Food & Leftovers Repurposing

WHEN: Monday, Sept 12th 6-7:30pm

WHERE: Mendota Heights City Hall, Council Chambers (1101 Victoria Curve)

Learn how to take a rotisserie chicken and make it into 3+ different meals and recipes! Learn tips and tricks from Chef Bill from That Cooking School Registration required: contact Cassandra, 651-552-4118 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 Decluttering

WHEN: Wednesday, Sept 14th 7-8:30pm

WHERE: Mendota Heights City Hall, Council Chambers (1101 Victoria Curve)

Feeling "stuck" because you have too much stuff?  Need to start downsizing, but you can't figure out how to do it or where to start?  Learn about decluttering from Master Recycler and Decluttering Coach Shari Hansen.  Shari will give you ideas to overcome the emotions that are tied up in your "stuff" so you can start your project - no matter the size.  She will teach you where to find places to recycle or donate what you no longer need.  Declutter your life, lighten your heart - with a little help from Shari at Heartstone Decluttering.   Registration required: contact Cassandra, 651-552-4118 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Basic Sewing Skills

WHEN: Thursday, Sept 15th 6:30-8pm

WHERE: Mendota Heights City Hall, Council Chambers (1101 Victoria Curve)

Learn how to hem and sew a button at this basic sewing skills class. No experience necessary! Feel free to bring an item to practice on. Registration required: contact Cassandra, 651-552-4118 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

We are a small community proud of our heritage and committed to the preservation of our pristine, rural character. We cherish our privacy, yet know we are part of a thriving Dakota County and the greater Twin Cities metropolitan area. With these partnerships in mind, we strive to preserve that unique spirit which is Sunfish Lake, Minnesota.