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Page 24 • Thursday, July 19, 2018 Excelsior • Shorewood COMMUNITY BRIEFS Tonka theater Water steward now accepting information jewelry donations session will be The Minnetonka The- Tuesday, July 31 atre will accept jewelry donations, which qual- ify as a tax-deductible donation. All genres of jewelry are welcome, es- pecially vintage. Email minnetonkatheatrejew- elry@gmail.com to make arrangements for drop off or pick up of the items. Community members can learn more about be- coming a master water steward at a informational session at either 5:30-6:30 p.m., Tuesday, July 31, at Unmapped Brewing Co., 14625 Excelsior Blvd, Min- netonka or 5:30-6:30 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 7 at Smith Coffee & Café at 8107 Eden Prairie Rd., Eden Prairie. Stewards participate in a 13-session course from October to April that is taught by industry pro- fessionals and then put their new knowledge into practice with a hands-on capstone project. Stewards become community leaders who work with their neigh- borhoods and networks to create real change in water quality, storm water prac- tices, and policy. For more information, visit master- waterstewards.org.  Shalo Lee Band will play July 26 in Shorewood The City of Shorewood’s Music in the Park event will feature the Shalo Lee Band 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, July 26, at Freeman Park, 6000 Eureka Rd., Shore- wood. The country rock band offers something for everyone to enjoy. Attend- ees can enjoy concessions at the park and should bring a blanket or lawn chairs.   &KULVWPDV LQ -XO\ SUHVHQWHG E\ &ROGZHOO %DQNHU       /LIH +DFN %X\ D  %HHU WR 'ULQN :KLOH 6WDQGLQJ LQ /LQH IRU 0RUH  %HHU        02< "$/! z 0" 4- 2$