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Today

Riverland Generations presents "Health Issues: Simulation Presentation," Room A237, West Campus, Riverland Community College, 1900 Eighth Ave. N.W., Austin. 3 p.m. Call 433-0510 to preregister. Cost is $5. It will include a demonstration and tour of Riverland’s new high-tech Health Simulation Lab. Generations is programmed to the interests of people age 55 and older. Registration will be available at the door.

Friday

Banfield School carnival, Banfield Elementary School, 301 17th St. S.W., Austin. 437-6623. 5 p.m.

Family and Child Together (FACT) event, Jay C. Hormel Nature Center, 1304 21st St. N.E., Austin. 433-0973. 12:30 p.m.-2 p.m. A monthly event for preschool families offered by Early Childhood Family Education. Registration is requested by calling 433-0973. Even is free for one parent and a preschooler, but additional siblings are $2.

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Sunday

Adams Lions Club Pancake Breakfast, Adams Fire Hall, east side of town on Hwy. 56, Adams. 8:30 a.m.-12 a.m. Serving pancakes, sausages, milk and coffee. Free-will donation.

Monday

Casual Classics Concerts, Room E102, east building, Riverland Community College, 1600 Eighth Ave. N.W., Austin. 12 p.m. The free show will feature soprano Brenda Atzinger and pianist Christopher Atzinger.

Family and Child Together (FACT) event, Jay C. Hormel Nature Center, 1304 21st St. N.E., Austin. 433-0973. 6 p.m.-7:30 p.m. It’s a monthly event for preschool families offered by Early Childhood Family Education. Registration is requested by calling the ECFE at 433-0971. A parent and preschooler are admitted free but additional siblings are $2.

Tuesday

Seminar "What are the Benefits of a Good Massage," Mower County Senior Center, 400 Third Ave. N.E., Austin. 433-2370. 10 a.m. Debbie Morgan, a professional therapist, will instruct and demonstrate during the seminar. Call the center at 433-2370 to attend.

"Until We Meet Again," a presentation on a true story of love and survival during the Holocaust, Bridges Theatre, east campus, Riverland Community College, 1600 Eighth Ave. N.W., Austin. 7 p.m. Lecturer, educator and author Michael Korenblit will give the dramatic presentation. The event is free to the public and will include an audience discussion.

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Wednesday

"Moon Movement and Motion" fun shop, Community Learning Center, 912 First Ave. N.E., Austin. 433-0973. 11 a.m.-12 a.m. Early Childhood Family Education is sponsoring the event for families with children age 2 to 5. Cost is $5 per family. Participants will become astronauts during an hour of activities.

March 1

Keepsake Quilters Guild, St. John’s Lutheran Church, 1200 13th Ave. N.W., Austin. 7 p.m. Members will have a "stash reduction sale" before the meeting from 6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Call 433-8796 with questions.

"The Case of the Mysterious Ring" play by Neveln students, Neveln Elementary School auditorium, 1918 E. Oakland Ave., Austin. 437-6669. 7 p.m. Free admission. Fourth- and fifth-graders will give the public performance.

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