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Wed
31
Aug

Events Featured in the Review August 31, 2016

Events: Holmes and Watson battle Moriarty at Lakeshore Players Theatre; Veterans Parachute Jump; St. Andrew’s presents internationally acclaimed organist Hector Olivera Sept. 18; St. Paul Hiking Club

Wed
31
Aug

League of Women Voters September meetings

The League of Women Voters White Bear Lake Area kicks off its 2016-2017 season in early September — the public is invited to attend any of the meetings for a lively discussion about money in politics.

Wed
31
Aug

Raku pottery firing event at the Shoreview Farmers Market

Gallery 96 Art Center, in partnership with the Ramsey County Friends of the Library, is holding a Raku pottery firing Tuesday, Sept. 13 from 3-7 p.m. — last pots will be fired at 6:30 p.m.

Tue
30
Aug

Events Featured in Roseville Review August 30, 2016

Taste of WBL Rotary fundraiser; Roseville Area LWV hosts Joe Mansky to talk about elections; ‘Dementia: Caring and Coping’ speaker series at Roseville Library; Family fun at the Women’s Life Care Center; Do Good Roseville to host Volunteer Fair;

Sun
28
Aug

Town Square Television to host candidate forums

NDC4 Cable Commission and Town Square Television, along with River Heights and Dakota County Regional Chambers of Commerce are presenting candidate forums for several state and local offices.

Sun
28
Aug

Storytelling through film and vinyl

The East Side Freedom Library and A Greener Read Used Bookstore will have their monthly vinyl music happy hour and movie screening on Friday, Sept. 9 from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Sun
28
Aug

St. Paul Classic Bike Tour

The 22nd annual St. Paul Classic Bike Tour will take place on Sunday, Sept. 11, with day-of registration taking place from 7:15 to 9 a.m.

All riders will be on their routes by 9:15 a.m.

Wed
24
Aug

SPIDER SAFARI WITH LARRY WEBER

(For adults & ages 9-15 if with adult) 

4:00PM-5:30PM Daytime Spider Safari 

7:00PM-8:30PM Spider Slideshow & Nighttime Safari 

Meet author, spider specialist, and super-fun, nature-knowledgeable fellow, Larry Weber! He will teach us about intriguing creatures including the shamrock orb weaver, zebra jumping spider, and fishing spiders in the wetland.  

Wed
24
Aug

MAKING CATTAIL MATS

Did you know that Native Americans in Minnesota historically used cattails to make their houses, mattresses and toys? You can even eat parts of them! Cattails are useful for many things because they are flexible and sturdy. 

Join us for a day of hands-on activities making Ojibwe-style cattail mats and learn about the many ways people in the past used these plants in their everyday lives. These mats will be used for the nature center cultural programs. 

Wed
24
Aug

Caring for Cats BINGO Night!

Are you an animal lover? Do you love winning amazing prizes while also supporting your community? If you answered yes to either of these questions, Caring for Cats’ Bingo Night is definitely the place for you! 

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