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
Join us as we rally around to support our loving family member, dear friend, and devoted English teacher at Tartan High School Amy Villegas and her family as they try to deal with the symptom and disease progression of Multiple Sclerosis since Amy’s diagnosis in September 2015.
At Maplewood Nature Center, 2659 East 7th Street, Maplewood, MN 55119
THURSDAY JULY 7, 8:30PM–10:00PM
Fireflies are magical bugs with a built-in night light. Learn how and why they light up, and take a hike in search of them. Listen to a firefly story and make your own glow-in-the-dark firefly to take home.
The line up is set, the excitement is building and our inaugural festival is going to be a spectacular family event. We have 10 wonderful acts including the Roe Family Singers, The OK Factor, Sawtooth Brothers and the Barley Jacks. It all takes place on our beautiful campus in Maplewood Minnesota. Space is limited so be sure to purchase your tickets today.
It’s nesting time for catbirds, cardinals and more! Touch and feel several different bird nests, try building your own, play some birdsongs, make a bird craft and explore the nature center yard for birds and their nests; Puppets, craft and snack.
Prepay $5/child by Sunday, June 26. To register, go to maplewoodnaturecenter.com and click on the Register Online Go button. You can also pay by cash or check; call 651-249-2170.
(FOR ADULTS & CHILDREN AGES 7 AND OLDER, WITH ADULT)
Join the Naturalist for a hike to discover what’s safe and what to watch out for on your summer camping trips. Make a poison ivy rubbing; learn how to identify nightshade and stinging nettle and its herbal antidote. Learn tips and tricks for preventing ticks and mosquito bites; get your own “ticker” tape and Tick Remover.