Upcoming events

    • Sat, March 07, 2020
    • 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Central Park

    Come join your fellow Voyagers at the 2nd Annual St Anthony WinterFest at Central Park. The first year was a blast and this event is returning bigger and better!

    This service event is focused on giving back to our local community and we need dad's to volunteer to help make this year's inaugural event a success.

    The event embodies the Voyagers value of Community through creating a get together for the entire St Anthony community while at the same time raising funds for our local charity, Nourish 282.

    We need every dad to sign up for a shift to volunteer and we encourage you to stay for the fun, some food and some beer or hot cocktails to warm you up.

    There will be many fun things to do at the event, including:

    • Cornhole Golf competition
    • Medallion hunts
    • Candy Scramble
    • Food Trucks
    • Beer, Wine, and hot cocktails to keep you warm.

    We'll also need help promoting the event in general as well as promoting the Kubb Tournament registration. 

    Please click the link below and sign up for a shift that works with your schedule.

    WinterFest : Volunteer Schedule

    • Wed, April 22, 2020
    • 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Silver Point Park (3010 29th Avenue NE St. Anthony, MN 55418)

    As a service organization Voyagers focus on giving back to our community.  

    We join up with Citizens for Sustainability and the City of Saint Anthony Village for the annual clean up event! We will have supplies available at Silver Point Park and will also travel to Trillium Park for light to heavy yard work and trash clean up. Dress appropriately and bring gloves if you have them. 

    Family friendly event! Keep SAV clean - Get outside for some exercise and fresh air - Reconnect with Villagers after a long winter - Prevent springtime flooding from clogged storm drains. 

    • Sun, May 03, 2020
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Community Center

    Camp is just around the corner which means that the MMOS/FRB’s need to create their trinkets that will be left at Friday night’s bonfire for Camp Icaghowan’s Hobgobblins to pack up and sprinkle with magic dust and hide throughout the island.

    What to bring:


    • Hammer
    • Leather punch (if you have one)
    • Pens that write on leather
    • Leather stamps
    • A couple bucks to contribute to a light snack


    • Markers and/or colored pencils for Shrinky Dinks
    • A couple bucks to contribute to a light snack

    Note: We are scrapping the plans for pizza so we don't spoil our dinner and upset the Voyager moms.

    • Fri, May 08, 2020
    • 6:00 PM
    • Sun, May 10, 2020
    • 11:00 AM
    • Camp Icaghowan (899 115th St, Amery, WI 54001)
    • 60

    Spring camp at Camp Icaghowan is the most popular event of the year.  This special and amazing weekend on the island provides you and your kids with a lifetime of treasured memories.

    For those of you who have never been to Camp I., here are some additional details:

    • Camp Icaghowan is a YMCA camp situated on a 44 acre island on Lake Wapogasset near Amery, WI (about an hour away).  The island is connected by a narrow isthmus, so you can drive to it, and is great for kids to be able to run off and explore on their own.
    • The event starts Friday evening and runs through Sunday morning.
    • Lodging consists of a variety of cabins (some with gas fireplaces and others heated only by wood burning fireplaces) and a lodge with various rooms.
    • Events keep you busy for a fair portion of the weekend, but there is plenty of time for father-kid exploration of the island
    • Events include, blindfolded rowboat races (Dad's Regatta), turtle races, scavenger hunts, field games, looking for trinkets, campfire songs, skits, candy scramble, climbing wall, archery/slingshots/hatchet throwing, the "Magic Fire", and more.
    • Kids build or strengthen friendships and dads get to know dads from their bands and others a lot better as well.
    Additional Details: 
    • As usual, camp is scheduled over Mother’s Day weekend (Friday May 8 – Sunday May 10).
    • Arrive between 4:00 and 6:00 on Friday the 11th (Dinner served at 7:00 but you’ll need time to check in and get your bunks set up).
    • Check-Out on Sunday at 11:00 so you can get home and spend some time with all the moms that helped make this weekend possible.
    • Cost is $60 per kid and $120 per adult – why is there a difference between kids and adults?  We don’t know. Ask the YMCA. Registration deadline = April 28th. 
    • Early-bird pricing is $55 per kid and $100 per adult. Early-bird pricing expires April 12th.
    • Registration fees include all costs for Camp I, including Magic Fire donation, t-shirt for each adult & child, and meals. 
    • All payments must be made online! No registration or payments will be allowed at Camp I.
    • David Breen Scholarship Funds are available if financial assistance is needed to ensure that each and every Voyager can attend this magical weekend.  For more details please email the Navigators at nevoyagers@gmail.com - all requests will remain confidential.
    What to bring:
    1. Clothing for warm, cool and wet weather.
    2. Extra pair of shoes; good walking shoes!
    3. Warm sleeping bag and pillow.
    4. Toiletries – showers are available but rarely used.
    5. Flashlight 
    6. Bug spray.
    7. Snacks and drinks for your cabin (optional).
    8. A bag of candy for the traditional and beloved candy scramble.
    9. Camera.
    10. Fishing landing net for turtle races
    11. Materials and props for Saturday night skits.
    12. Everyone is welcome to prepare a skit (Dads and Kids). Skits should 
    13. be fun, clever, appropriate, and, above all, short.
    14. A good sense of direction for the Dad’s Regatta.
    15. Board games, cards, etc. in case of inclement weather. Absolutely
    16. no electronics, squirt guns, water balloons, or skateboards.
    17. Your knowledge of camp songs, old and new, and your original renditions of “boom-chicka-boom.”
    • Monetary donations for Nourish 282 - can also be made at the event with Cash or using the online event registration page. Note: Receipt provided if donation is made online. All monetary donations will help you band win this year's Super Service Award!

      • Fri, July 31, 2020
      • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
      • St. Charles Parking Lot

      Join your fellow Voyagers in the annual St Anthony VillageFest Parade! This is a big highlight for the kids each year, and the freezies we hand out along the parade route have been a crowd favorite for a generation! 

      Please get signed up so we can get a headcount for the parade. 

      We'll meet in the St. Charles School parking lot (south of the school) by the Voyager Canoe at TBD (time and exact meeting spot is pending from the VillageFest planners). 

      Please bring:

      • Freezies (completely frozen)
      • Scissors
      • Wear your Camp I shirt!

      REMINDER: buy your freezies a week early to ensure they are completely frozen by parade time!

      • Sat, August 01, 2020
      • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
      • Central Park
      Registration is closed

      Come join your fellow Voyagers for the 2nd Annual St Anthony VillageFest Bean Bag Tournament at Central Park.  

      Last year's tournament was the center of activity at VillageFest and we're hoping to make it bigger and better with more participation from our Voyager Dads.This is a great way to include new families who might be interested in joining the Voyager program!

      • Teams of 2
      • Guaranteed two game minimum
      • Awesome prizes from local businesses!
      • NEW: Medallion hunt
      • 2 free drink tickets for the VillageFest Beer & wine tent near the field

      Please click the link below to register a team for the Tournament. 

      VillageFest Bean Bag Tournament Registration

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