Upcoming Events & Registrations

For all Normandale events, see our full calendar


Photo DirectoryLet's Connect! | NEW NLC Photo Directory

We’d love to include everyone and we can do it with your help!
bullet Sign-up for a photo session online by clicking the link below or in person at the Welcome Center on Sundays.
bullet Each family will recieve a complimentary 8x10 photograph and a printed photo directory.
bullet Make memories together:  Bring special people, pets, or meaningful items to your photo session! 

Photo Sessions: Sept 18-22 & Sept 25-29
2:00-9:00pm Weekdays/10:00am - 4:00pm Saturdays
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Volunteer to Help!

Hosts needed to welcome families and help complete photo session paperwork. Sign up by clicking the link below.
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ACL September 2018

Adult Community Learning | Young Adults in the Church: A problem to be solved?

September 16-30 | 10:00-10:40am | Fellowship Hall

There seems to be a lot of handwringing about a seemingly dwindling number of young adults actively participating in faith communities these days, but not many solutions that seem to “work!” What if we started seeing young people as more than a problem to be solved? Join resident young adults on staff Maggie Jones and Ian McConnell as they lead conversations, panel discussions, and dream out loud about how congregations like ours could change—once again—to help young adults participate in relationship-based intergenerational communities where our faith has consequences in all parts of life! All ages encouraged and welcome to participate!
 

Reading Buddies Begins!

Monday, September 24 | 5:15pm, transportation from NLC

Reading Buddies, a service opportunity for Normandale youth (grades 7-12), to spend time each week eating, reading, and playing with Normandale House kids, begins September 24 and continues on most Mondays throughout the school year from 5:30-8:00 pm, with transportation to Normandale House and dinner provided. Interested in participating? Contact Maggie Jones at mjones@normluth.org. Be a reading buddy - make a kid smile!

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VHL Nia at Normandale

Nia at Normandale - Extended Dates!

Monday, September 24 | 6:30 – 7:30pm | Rehearsal Room

Nia is a sensory-based movement practice that leads to health, wellness and fitness.  It empowers people of all shapes and sizes by connecting the body, mind, emotions and spirit. Classes are taken barefoot to soul-stirring music. Each class offers a unique combination of moves corresponding to the main areas of the body:  the base, the core and the upper extremities. Every experience can be adapted to individual needs and abilities by choosing from three intensity levels. Contact the Center at 952.929.1698 to register or receive more information.

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Wednesday Night Dinner

Wednesday, September 26 | 5:00-6:45pm | Fellowship Hall

$6/adults, $4/kids 12 and under

Wednesday night dinners are back! Come gather around the table and enjoy delicious family-style dinners with NLC friends. No need to cook on busy Wednesday nights! Dinner for September 19 is Tacos. For a list of dinners for the month, go to www.normluth.org/Wednesday-Nights.

 

Podiatry Clinic

Wednesday, October 3 & Thursday, October 4 | 9:00 am – 12:00 noon | Rooms 212-213

Provided by On-Site Podiatry and coordinated through the Center for Healing & Wholeness. Payments can be billed to your insurance company and most insurance plans are accepted. Medicare (Part B) typically covers 80% of your nail care every 61 days. If you have seen the ON-SITE podiatrist before, you can choose to pay a negotiated $35 out-of-pocket fee for a basic nail trim.

Arrive 15 minutes early for a free foot soak.  

For more information, visit the Center for Healing & Wholeness website: http://www.normandalecenter.org/seniors-family-services/health_wellness/podiatry-clinic/.
Contact Patti Hankes at 952.929.1698 to schedule an appointment.

 

VHL Mental Health Aid Training

Mental Health First Aid Training

Saturdays, October 6 & 13 | 8:00am – 12:30pm | Rooms 209-211

This program teaches participants how to help a person developing a mental health problem, a worsening of an existing condition, or in a mental health crisis. You’ll be trained to offer initial support until professional help is received or until the crisis resolves. To be fully trained, you must complete BOTH 4-hour sessions. Cost: FREE – advance registration required. Questions? Call The Center @ 952.929.1698.

 

Flu Shot Clinic

 

Blood Drive