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Greetings friends!

Happy New Year from the Harmony Area Chamber of Commerce! As we move into the new year, you will notice a new format to our newsletters. We hope that you will find this easy-to-read format more user friendly. Feedback is always welcome!

News from Julie's Village Square Restaurant
Village Square is now offering ‘Julie's Village Java’ starting Jan 2nd. Drive up only, 6am-10am, M-F. Coffee drinks, cinnamon rolls and breakfast sandwiches. Call ahead for large orders 507-886-4406. Friday Night Pizzas are available, call to order between the hours of 4pm-7:30pm. Restaurant will resume regular hours on March 20th, 2017.
Amish Tours of Harmony
Tours of Harmony's Amish community may be booked by appointment during the winter months. Call 1-800-752-6474 to book your tour of Minnesota's largest Old Order Amish community. No Sunday tours.
New Generations of Harmony Antique Mall
The antique mall is open daily from 10am to 5pm. Shop 10,000 square feet of antiques, collectables, vintage ware, garden art and much more! Visit the mall on Facebook.
JEM Theatre- Kids Safety & Fun at the JEM, January 20th
Drop your kids off on January 20 from 10:00 to 1:00pm for a movie showing, Magician show by Magician Tim Stolba, and get free kids ID cards made by Thrivent Financial. Harmony Kids Learning Center staff will be on hand to help watch the kids, while mom and dad can be free to go shopping or have lunch! Cost is $5 per child to help cover the cost of the magician. Call Amber at 507-886-7469 to register or for more info.
Local Author at Harmony Public Library January 6th
Harmony native Amy Hahn will be at the Harmony Public Library on Saturday, January 6th from 1pm-3pm to discuss her new book, 'Lost Rochester'. This event is sponsored by the Harmony Public Library and the Harmony Arts Board.
Harmony Area Historical Society Meeting January 15th
The public is invited to attend a Monday, January 15th, 2018 meeting at 7:30 p.m. at the Harmony Visitor Center. The meeting is being held to discuss the feasibility of moving forward with the renovation and restoration of the grain elevator.

The project’s overall goal is to define a development plan to save and restore the elevator, preserving it as a key piece of Harmony’s history. The elevator was erected in the early years when the railroad first came to Harmony. The historical significance to agricultural and economical growth was critical to Harmony’s development. Please contact hahs@harmonytel.net with any questions.
Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning Center
Join Eagle Bluff’s Skills School in welcoming in the New Year! Take one or more of our 13 classes being offered throughout the month of January. Classes are focused on helping adult learners gain new skills for joyful living and a sustainable world. Travel to an Amish home and learn how to make pies, bread and noodles! Learn to be more present in the moment in Mindfulness for Life on January 13th. Take on an adventure in Rock Climbing or Orienteering. Or try your hand at creating your very own mosaic in Mosaic Basics (Jan 27-28) or clay pot in Clay Hand-Building (Jan 14 or Jan 28). The opportunities for learning and fun are endless! Grab a friend, choose a class and we’ll see you soon! To see a complete list of our classes, learn more and to register please visit www.eagle-bluff-skills-school.org.
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The Harmony Area Chamber of Commerce