American Association of University Women, St. Paul is holding its annual Spring Used Book Sale.We have thousands of books on all topics. Fiction and nonfiction includes award winners, best sellers and vintage books. Also: thrillers, mysteries and young adult books.
Sale dates and hours: Th-Su April 14-17; Th-F: 10-6, Sat: 10-4, Su: Noon-4.
Sales support scholarships and education.
(All ages, from beginner to experienced)
AT THE MAPLEWOOD COMMUNITY CENTER, 2100 White Bear Ave.
SATURDAY, APRIL 16 Time: 10:00AM-2:00PM
•Imagine blue skies, splashing in the lakes and playing under a leafy green canopy! Learn tips and tricks for enjoying the outdoors, and discover all that Minnesota has to offer. Studies show that being outdoors is good for your health and contributes to positive attitudes!
North St. Paul Lions Club's Spring Pancake breakfast All you can eat.
Sunday April 3, 2016: Pancake Breakfast, the North St. Paul Lions Club will hold their semi-annual Pancake Breakfast from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the American Legion Post 39 in North St. Paul. A portion of the proceeds will go to the North High Polar Packs - A Backpack Program, a program that fills children's backpacks with food supplies for families over the weekends.
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!
(Adults and older kids)
Bring a buddy and become Maplewood Frog Monitoring Volunteers!
Monitors follow an established, ten-stop-route; listening for frogs after sunset. Learn about Minnesota frog species, their calls, ranges and how monitoring works. Monitors must commit to three nights, each in a specific date range, April - July. For night-owls only!
Has your rain garden been overrun by weeds? Does it need a few new plants or a complete overhaul? Come get tips on how to rescue your rain garden and make it the garden of your dreams. See slides of plants, designs, and methods for renovation. We’ll answer questions and help you figure out where to start.
Fee: Free program, call Maplewood Nature Center at (651) 249-2170 to register by April 4.
ADULT and kids 12 and up.
Join current Maplewood Citizen Scientists and staff for a celebration and recruitment day! It will be a jam-packed morning with a special presentation and monitor program overview: