Upcoming Special Events & Programs

Belgian Waffle Breakfast  Sunday, Oct. 7, 8 a.m.– 12 p.m


“Dad’s Belgian Waffles” will again be serving up their famous all-you-can-eat waffles, sausage, orange juice and coffee. Take-out is available. Each member will receive a waffle breakfast ticket in the mail to purchase. Please plan to attend the breakfast or sell your ticket to friends or family. Bring as many friends and family members as possible to this fun and yummy event!  The public can purchase tickets in advance at the Heritage Center or at the door on Oct. 7. Tickets: $8 adults, $6 children 6-12, free for ages 5 and under.

Metro Discount Dining Cards

Purchase one entrée and get the second free with the Metro Dining Cards! There are 166 cards included in your purchase that can all be used monthly. What a great deal and a great way to visit your favorite restaurants and try some new ones. Some samples of the Metro Dining Card restaurants include: Roasted Pear, Baldy’s Barbecue, Goodfellas, Celts Craft House, El Parian, Mediterranean Cruise Café, Babe’s Buffalo Tap, Muddy Cow and Trigger’s. Don’t delay. Cards go on sale at the beginning of September for $25 per box. They are available for purchase at the Heritage Center, at City Hall and at the Waffle Breakfast on Oct. 7.

Minnesota 1918: When Flu, Fire and War Ravaged the State


Monday, Oct. 8, 4:50-5:30 p.m. or 7-8 p.m. FREE

Dakota County Heritage Library 

Meet Curt Brown, journalist and author of Minnesota 1918, as he recounts the monumental year of 1918 through individual and community stories of devastating events from all over the state. Sponsored by Dakota County Heritage Library, Lakeville Area Active Adults and Lakeville Area Historical Society.

October Lakeville Luncheon  Tuesday, Oct. 9, 11:30 a.m

October’s menu features roasted pork loin, roasted green beans, fingerling potatoes, apple sauce and apple strudel. Following lunch there will be bingo with prizes. $10 members, $12/non-members. Deadline is Thursday, Oct. 4.

Statue of Liberty: Two Decades of Effort, Almost Impossible Odds 

Tuesday, Oct. 16, 10:30 a.m. FREE 

The Statue of Liberty stands proudly in New York harbor, but how did the Statue come to be? What does it symbolize? Join us for a compelling look at the idea, the construction and the meaning behind one of the most recognizable symbols in the world. David Jones will lead this history presentation. Sign up at the Heritage Center or by calling 952-985-4620. Sponsored by Ecumen-Seasons at Apple Valley.