East Side Review Bulletin Board June 3, 2018

Comprehensive Plan open houses

The City of St. Paul has been updating its Comprehensive Plan — a blueprint outlining policies that will guide the city’s development over the next 20 years. Learn more about what’s in the draft plan, how and when you can weigh in, and next steps at the following open house events:

• Saturday, June 9 - Rondo Community Library, Multipurpose Room, 461 Dale St. N,

10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Presentation at 11 a.m.

• Tuesday, June 12 - Arlington Hills Community Center, Large Community Room,

1200 Payne Ave, 5-7 p.m. Presentation at 5:30 p.m.

More information can also be found at www.stpaul.gov/stpaulforall.

 

Elder Cafe

The monthly meal and social that takes place at East Side Elders, 463 Maria Ave., returns on Thursday, June 14 from noon to 2 p.m. This month’s program will be about end-of-life discussions. The panel presentation will talk about decision-making, health care directives, hospice care and burial options. Representatives from four local organizations will share their knowledge and encourage visitors to make their own decision and not leave them to loved ones. To guarantee a meal and a ride (if needed), call 651-683-2326 to make a reservation. The cost of the event is $5. 

 

Hmong Arts and Craft fair

The third annual Hmong Arts and Craft fair returns on June 23 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Gethsemane Lutheran Church school, 2410 Stillwater Road E. in Maplewood. The fair will have unique crafts from local Hmong artists, food and kids activities. For more information, send an email to hmongartsandcraft@gmail.com.

 

One-on-one reading help at Dayton’s Bluff Library

Dayton’s Bluff Public Library has openings in its Summer Reads Program. Students entering kindergarten, first, second, third and fourth grade can sign up for weekly, one-on-one reading help. The program runs June through July. Sessions are 45 minutes long and students must be available for all eight weeks. Stop by the library to sign your child up — first come, first serve. The Dayton’s Bluff Library is located at 645 East Seventh St. Call the library at 651-793-1699 or send an email to daytonsbluff@ci.stpaul.mn.us for more information.

 

The Floating Library

The public art project, The Floating Library, will return to Lake Phalen this summer for three weekends — July 21 & 22, Aug. 4 & 5, and Aug. 28 & 29, all from 1 to 6 p.m., weather permitting. The Floating Library is exactly what it sounds like, a raft full of artist-made books that paddlers can read while out on Lake Phalen. Boats can be rented at the beach and the books can be read for free. The library first made its debut during the summer of 2016. For more information about the project, visit thefloatinglibrary.org.

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