The groups listed below have temporarily suspended all activities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Held in the comfort of members’ homes, Dinner Club is an informal and comfortable way for couples and singles to escape the everyday routine and enjoy an invigorating night of adult conversation, delicious food and entertainment. We currently consist of 63 members, many who joined years ago, and others new to the parish that want to get to know people and make new friends.Evenings are well planned and it is easy to participate. Members host an average of six guests and all attendees prepare one course from the planned menu with the host preparing the entrée and dinner wines. All expenses are equally divided at the end of the evening. The Dinner Club gathers the first Saturday of the month from January through April and from September through November. We gather as a large group in the summer for a picnic and in December for our Christmas party. For more information, contact Judy Keough at 952-941-2921.
“The food is incidental to the overall experience, but always a good incentive to attend!”
“With both of us working full-time, we were pleased to find we had the option to attend, or not, on any given date and the one portion of the menu we were to contribute was never too complicated. We have made wonderful friends through Dinner Club that have extended well beyond its boundaries.”
Fitness & Flexibility class is offered every Friday morning from 9:00-10:00am in the lower level auditorium. All are welcome! Contact Ken Marini at 952-893-7408.
A monthly social gathering for women, Sara Guild is a community building group that fosters fellowship through the mutual enjoyment of theaters, restaurants and occasional trips. Annual dues are used to help charitable organizations and those in need. For more information, contact Joan Black at 952-831-6455.
Tai Chi class is offered every Tuesday morning from 9:00-10:00am in the lower level auditorium. All are welcome! Contact Ken Marini at 952-893-7408.
Young at Heart
Bringing Seniors together spiritually deepens their care for one another through Mass, prayer, sharing personal growth and activities. Created for people (married or unmarried) who are a little wiser and enjoy staying active and engaged, this group offers opportunities that promote a sense of overall wellness. The group typically meets on the second Tuesday of the month, September through May. Meetings begin at 11:00am with Mass or a penance service followed by a meal in the social hall. All events are pay-as-you-go. For more information and to receive monthly Young at Heart event emails please contact Donna Rubio: 952-935-7101 or firstname.lastname@example.org