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5735 Country Club Rd
Shorewood, MN 55331


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Phone: 952.474.7635


Shorewood Community and event center

COVID-19 vaccine connector tool

The Minnesota COVID-19 Vaccine Connector is a tool that helps Minnesotans find out when, where and how to get a COVID-19 vaccine. Fill out a form, then the Vaccine Connector will alert you when you’re eligible to receive a vaccine; connect you to resources to schedule a vaccine appointment; and notify you if there are vaccine opportunities in your area. This tool is for all Minnesotans who have not yet been vaccinated. Whether you are eligible for a vaccine now or later, the Vaccine Connector will notify you when it’s your turn for a shot.

Visit vaccineconnector.mn.gov for information and to fill out the form. If you have questions about the form or need language assistance, call the Minnesota COVID-19 Vaccine Connector hotline at 833.431.2053. 

If you are a senior or know a senior who needs assistance navigating the vaccine information, Shorewood Community and Event Center staff can help. Call the center at 952.474.7635 for assistance.

Hennepin County vaccination update

Each week, the Minnesota Department of Health determines the allocations of vaccine dosage for local public health agencies, including Hennepin County Public Health. Learn more about Hennepin County’s role, including the number of vaccine doses we’ve administered: hennepin.us/vaccinationupdates

Sign up to receive this data weekly, via email or text.

Minnesota Department of Health

The Minnesota Department of Health has a hotline for questions the general public has about COVID-19, Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. – 7 p.m., at 651.201.3920.

Community testing

If you or family member go to the store, visit with others outside of your family, go to work, or go anywhere that you have contact with others, you should consider free COVID testing offered by Minnesota Department of Health. Get complete information online. It is free and painless! Free home testing by mail is also available.







Virtual things to do

Tour Forestville/Mystery Cave State Park. This park is the premier karst destination in southeast Minnesota, with Mystery Cave and Big Spring being two of the major highlights. Follow the Big Spring trail alongside Canfield Creek to its source, the Big Spring. The limestone escarpment above the spring is habitat for boreal plants like balsam fir and other cold-loving species.
Big Spring originates at Goliath, an unspoiled sanctuary cave in Cherry Grove Blind Valley Scientific Natural Area (SNA). 

Virtual tour

Looking for more virtual fun that can push you into new interests? Check out our Virtual Events page for lots of fun ideas!

Social groups meeting at the center

Although card games and Mahjong are currently on hold, knitting, beading, quilting, exercise classes (excercise not meeting in February) and woodworking are once again meeting. Get program details under events. Masks and social distancing is required. Please contact the center at 952.474.7635 to inquire about safety measures or for more information.

Dementia Support Group

First and third Fridays of the month, 9 a.m.
If you are caring for a loved one with dementia, or someone clsoe to you is suffering from dementia, meet with other concerned caregiviers. Learn from each other ways to be a better caregiver and self-care. Questions? Call Jane at 952.474.7673.


To inquire about rental information for the center, call 952.474.7634. Summer rentals are being accepted.



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5735 Country Club Road, Shorewood, MN 55331


Rentals available! Discounts for residents and non-profits.