The Lillie Newspapers Holiday Happenings guide for 2015. Sponsored by Ace Hardware, Annie’s Christmas Trees, BME Lab & Science, Borchert’s Meat Market, Eye Care Center, Hill-Murray Theatre–Annie, Joe Senser’s, Key’s Café, Lincoln Pawn & Jewelry, Mach 1 Car & Audio Security, Maple Hill Senior Living, Mode Designer Fashion, North St. Paul Automotive, Polar Ridge Senior Living, PJW Automotive, The Guidant John Rose Oval, Truman Company
This summer the organization St. Paul Self-Portrait is partnering with the East Side Freedom Library to host free workshops for youth ages 13-20 on the theme of “Selfie,” or discovering one’s self through art.
Do you know why the organ grinder's sidekick was a monkey?
Because a dog couldn't hold the money cup. (Don’t worry, he doesn’t have a monkey!)
Meet Angelo Rulli, America’s best known organ grinder, as he plays traditional street songs from the past and the present. Original organ grinding music was heavily Italian classical, but Angelo's repertoire is wide and varied, including ``Phantom of the Opera'' in some of his boxes! It will be a wonderful event!
Canoe rides, fishing lessons, swimming, bouncy castle, games, school exhibits, live animals, music and dance performances, fair food trucks, fishing contest, and so much more! Enjoy the day on the lake with indoor and outdoor activities. Visit the Nature Center booth at this fun festival! www.rwmwd.org/waterfest Free.
“Make a Splash” at WaterFest 2016. This free, family festival celebrating our clean lakes offers fun and an opportunity for outdoor hands-on learning about clean water, wildlife, and land and water conservation. Start the day with a Voyageur canoe, paddleboat, canoe, kayak or a solar pontoon boat ride, learn to fish or participate in a fishing contest.
Upcoming Events-Click for more details: Northeast Seniors for Better Living; Payne-Phalen Environment Committee meeting; Library board to meet May 18; Dayton’s Bluff Public Library events; The Historic Mounds Theatre; Take Aim at Summer Fun; District 2 Annual Neighborhood Garage Sale; ‘Stop for me’ in District 2; Antiques Appraisal at Sun Ray Library; Furness Parkway Walking Club; East Side Freedom Library second anniversary;
The Lutheran Church of the Resurrection in Roseville Will Sing J.S. Bach’s Cantata 129, “All Praise to God the Lord," Sunday, May 22. All are welcome to join the congregation's 9 a.m. Sunday worship service for this annual event. Free and open to the public.
Come on down to the St. Paul Saints stadium in Lowertown St. Paul for an evening full of canine carousing! We'll have some of our foster dogs on the field to showcase pet adoption. This dog-friendly event benefits Pet Haven.
Want extra space for your furry companion? Consider buying your pup their own seat (not mandatory if you're bringing your dog, yet you'll have additional leg room!)
Tickets are available in Outfield Reserved Seating...and there's a dog park on-site!
This summer, the busy street of East 7th Street in St. Paul is turning into a living display of urban gardening! Urban Oasis, Urban Roots and Dayton's Bluff Community Council invite you to join food's journey from seed to table, in a three-part "Edible Streetscape" - learn more at www.urbanoasismn.org/EdibleStreetscape.