The Styled Right Workshop is the signature class offered by Fashion Fix. You will learn how to outfit yourself flawlessly, organize your wardrobe and know what you should be shopping for. All of the tips and tricks learned from over a decade of styling women will be shared during this interactive class. You will learn how to be the best version of yourself and stop falling short of what others think you should be. Personal styling advice will be given, so bring your questions and fashion frustrations to the table as answered are served! You'll walk away with a renewed sense of
Education & Community
Groves Academy will host an LD/ADHD symposium entitled "Smart but Scattered: Executive Dysfunction at Home and at School" on February 14, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. This year's speakers are Peg Dawson, Ed.D, NCSP and Richard Guare, Ph.D, D-BCBA, who are co-authors of Smart but Scattered.
Enjoy this fun festival featuring live creative demonstrations from renowned artists in a wide variety of mediums. While watching the artists, help yourself to complimentary beverages and snacks. Be sure to stick around for door prizes, announced on the hour, and get the latest information on the Dillman’s summer workshop program. 952.979.1100.
This meet-and-greet event at the Rec Center, co-sponsored by the city, the St. Louis Park Library, St. Louis Park Community Education and Children First, offers an opportunity to participate in engaging facilitated discussions about family roles, religion and culture. Bring the whole family; food and entertainment will also be provided. Register online. 952.928.6061.
Every month Park Nicollet hosts a cardiologist from the Heart and Vascular Center who gives a lecture on important information about the heart. This month, Dr. Mark Melin presents New Year–New You!, a discussion on how changing habits can lead to better heart health. The lecture is especially important for those who have had heart trouble, but anyone interested in learning more about taking care of their heart will gain valuable insight. 952.993.1909.
Join other book enthusiasts ages 55 and up at the St. Louis Park library to read and discuss new and interesting titles. Bring along a favorite book to recommend to the group, and it could be the subject of a future meeting. Stop by the information desk to pick up a copy of the book to be discussed. Register online or call. 612.543.6125.