• Thursday, Oct. 10, at Rice Lake Methodist Cemetery, on the south side of Birch Street, ⅜ of a mile east of Hwy. 49, Lino Lakes, and
• Saturday, Oct. 12, at Forest Hill Cemetery, West Main Street, Anoka.
The tours begin at 7 p.m. Tickets are limited and must be bought in advance. They’re available at the Anoka County History Center, 2135 3rd Av. N., Anoka., as well as online at www.anoka countyhistory.org or by calling 763-421-0600.
The price is $8 for each tour, or $21 for a package of three.
‘Unity Day’ to feature screening of ‘Boys Cry’
Unity Day will be marked from 7 to 9 p.m. next Wednesday, Oct. 9, at the Hennepin Technical College Auditorium, 9000 Brooklyn Blvd., Brooklyn Park. The event will feature a showing of the locally produced film “Boys Cry,” which addresses bullying and other issues facing young African immigrants in schools. After the screening, there will be a panel discussion including Reggie Anderson, maker of the film, and others working against bullying in schools.
The event is free and open to the public. It is presented by the Brooklyn Park Human Rights Commission in partnership with the college and the organization STOPP.
Spots still open at Camden Music School
Fall term has begun at the Camden Music School, but it’s not too late to enroll. Students are welcome to register at any time, and tuition will be prorated. Classes run through Jan. 18.
Camden offers classes for people of all ages, at two locations in Minneapolis — CMS/Camden, 3751 Sheridan Av. N., and CMS/Northeast, 1500 6th St. NE. For further information, call 612-618-0219 or go to www.camdenmusicschool.com
Kayaking outing on the Rum River