Choose one show time: 10:00AM, 11:00AM Best for ages 2-5 with adult, small daycares welcome. (baby backpacks/carriers preferred) $5/child. Register online by Tuesday, Oct 28th. Laugh and sing along with wild animal puppets as they hurry around in the fall season. You will enjoy their silly antics as they play mischievous tricks on each other. Make a bat mini-kite to take home, and take it for a spin in our nature play yard! Enjoy a spooky snack. Option to stay and picnic/self-guiding trail hike afterward.
Squirrels and Acorns (For children birth - 5 years, before kindergarten) Fee: $5 per child per session. Make nature discoveries together and meet new friends! This class is offered at the Maplewood Nature Center in collaboration with Early Childhood and Family Education staff. Parents stay with their child(ren) during the entire class.
do it began in Paris in 1993 as a conversation between curator Hans Ulrich Obrist and artists Christian Boltanski and Bertrand Lavier. They were curious to see what would happen if they started an exhibition that could constantly generate new versions of itself. To test the idea, they invited 12 artists to propose artworks based on written “scores” or instructions that can be openly interpreted every time they are presented. The instructions were then translated into 9 different languages and circulated internationally as a book. Since then, hundreds of artists have been invited to submit instructions, and do it has taken place all over the world from Austria to Australia, from Thailand to Uruguay, from Canada to Iceland giving new meaning to the concept of an exhibition in progress. Each do it exhibition is uniquely site-specific because it engages the local community in a dialogue that responds to a set of instructions. As a result do it is less concerned with copies, images, or reproductions of artworks, than with human interpretation. No two iterations of the same instructions are ever identical.
A "Neewollah" (that's Halloween spelled backwards) party hosted by River of God Church will be a safe place for kids and families to come during trick-or-treating to play games, get candy and hear a story on Oct. 31. There also will be a drawing for prizes.
The Neewollah activities will take place from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at River of God Church, 2490 E. Seventh Ave. in downtown North St. Paul.
Bring your favorite little gremlin to a unique Halloween party designed just for them! Deliberately low-key, this non-spooky event includes games, old fashioned hand-pressed cider and close encounters with live animals. Enjoy friendly-costumed characters handing out treats along the prairie loop trail before enjoying special activities in the Discovery Hollow Nature Play Area. This is a very popular event, so be sure to register early! Register for start times of 3:00, 3:20, 3:40 or 4:00 p.m. Activities take approximately 75 minutes to complete.
Ages: Preschoolers and early elementary children with adults Cost: $7.50/child; $3.25/adult, pre-registration required
Noah and his family are a big part of St. Mark’s Lutheran Church drama department’s ‘Children of Eden’ upcoming production. The musical focuses on family, love, greed, anger and more. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Hannah Scout Field, cast as Eve, Andy Doran as God, and Matt Okoneski playing Adam will perform in ‘Children of Eden,’ based on the Book of Genesis. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
‘Children of Eden’ will be presented Aug. 7 through 17 by the drama department at St. Mark’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, North St. Paul.