Ribbon Cutting - Benedictine Living Community of Shakopee  

Wednesday, July 10
10:00 - 11:00 AM
1180 Vierling Drive
Shakopee MN 55379

Join us for the ribbon cutting of the Benedictine Living Community of Shakopee's leasing office and learn about the new community coming to the neighborhood. Refreshments and snacks will be provided.

*RSVPs are encouraged, but not required
July Membership Luncheon

Thursday, July 11
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Shakopee Police Department
475 Gorman St.
Shakopee, MN 55379

July's Membership Luncheon* will feature Sergeant Fred Radde from the Shakopee Police Department. 

Sergeant Radde, a Shakopee officer for 19 years, will discuss how to prevent, prepare, and respond to acts of violence and emergencies. Sergeant Radde's discussion of this critical topic will give you an understanding of the mindset of a perpetrator, pre-attack indicators, and the importance of pre-planning.

Register here.
*Join us every second Thursday of the month to network with members and learn from key leaders on topics important for your business.
Annual Chamber Golf Tournament - Nearly Sold Out!

Tuesday, July 23
10:00 AM - Shotgun Start
The Meadows at Mystic Lake
2400 Mystic Lake Boulevard NW, Prior Lake
Tournament is held rain or shine.

Join us out on the greens to network, have fun and enjoy the company of other chamber members. 

Support the Chamber with one of our most interactive sponsorships - The Putting Green Sponsor! This sponsorship includes a representative at the putting green for promotion and player engagement, signage, and 4 golfers.

If interested in sponsoring, please contact Elishia Kim. 
Downtown Shakopee Farmers Market  

Sundays through September 29
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Lewis Street Parking Lot

The Downtown Shakopee Farmers Market  offers some of Minnesota's best local vendors including fresh vegetables, handmade items, gifts, and so much more. Skip the grocery store and come out and support local businesses and farmers!

Click here for more information.
A Walk Through Time with SCHS

Join the Scott County Historical Society for an environmental history focused walking tour of Shakopee! Learn about the interplay between people and the environment throughout time that helped to build this town- including brick-making, ox cart trails, and the location of early European American homes. The tour will begin at the Scott County Historical Society.

Registration required. Register here
 or by calling 952-445-0378.