Events

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19
Jan

East Side Review Events Jan. 18, 2015

Kari Elizabeth Kjeldseth and George Calger star in a comedic retake on Hitchcock’s “The 39 Steps” at Lakeshore Players Theatre Jan 15 – Feb 1. Local audiences can also look for Jeff Altier of North St. Paul in the pull-out-all-the-stops production.
Kari Elizabeth Kjeldseth and George Calger star in a comedic retake on Hitchcock’s “The 39 Steps” at Lakeshore Players Theatre Jan 15 – Feb 1. Local audiences can also look for Jeff Altier of North St. Paul in the pull-out-all-the-stops production.

How to turn Hitchcock into hilarity: ‘The 39 Steps’

Wed
14
Jan

RAYHA 6th annual Icebreaker 1-31

Roseville Area Youth Hockey is holding its 6th annual Icebreaker event "Cool pucks and hot chili"  on January 31, 2015 from 5 PM to midnight @ the Roseville skating center.  Admission is $10 for adults and kids under 10 are $7 .

Price includes: great food, skating center pass, live music from the band "Moxie blue", silent auction, hall of fame ceremony and The NHL Alumni hockey game.  

Event Date: 01/31/2015
Start Time: 5:00 pm
End Time: 12:00 am

Wed
14
Jan

Little Canada Fire Department Booya 1-31

 Come enjoy a big bowl of Booya at the Little Canada Fire Department: 325 Little Canada Road East, Little Canada, MN 55117. Booya will be ready at 8:00am on Saturday January 31st until gone. Bring some home for the super bowl.

Wed
17
Dec

North St. Paul dancer lands role

Jalen Gisselquist, North St. Paul, gleefully plays the villain in “The Nutcracker.”
Jalen Gisselquist, North St. Paul, gleefully plays the villain in “The Nutcracker.” (submitted photo)

Jalen Gisselquist, North St. Paul, will be a featured performer as the Rat King in Ballet Minnesota’s “The Classic Nutcracker.” The 20-year-old Gisselquist has literally made leaps and bounds during his four short years as a ballet dancer.

Tue
16
Dec

Visit Roseville’s new park buildings 01-28

The Roseville Parks and Recreation Department welcomes residents to get a sneak preview of the new park buildings at Lexington Park, Sandcastle Park and Villa Park throughout December and January. Warm up in front of the fireplace and get a look at the other exciting amenities at the parks from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on the following dates:

• Tuesday, Dec. 16, at Lexington Park, 2131 Lexington Ave.

• Wednesday, Dec. 17, at Sandcastle Park, 3060 Patton Road

Wed
10
Dec

Art exhibit “Mother Mary Come to Me: 400 Years of Stories and Symbols,” at United Theological Seminary in New Brighton

United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, 3000 5th St. NW in New Brighton, will host the art exhibit, “Mother Mary Come to Me: 400 Years of Stories and Symbols,” through Jan. 30.

Wed
26
Nov

Model train museum flips the switch

The lights of villages, trains, and in this scene, a steamboat, make for a mesmerizing setting at “Night Trains.”
The lights of villages, trains, and in this scene, a steamboat, make for a mesmerizing setting at “Night Trains.” (submitted photo)

Night Trains” season is a special holiday tradition at the Twin City Model Railroad Museum, as the model builders turn their attention toward lighting their magical miniature scenes.

Mon
10
Nov

Free After-School Homework Help Raymond and University

Free After-School Homework Help!
Free After-School Homework Help is available weekdays 3-6pm for ages 6-18 in all subjects at Raymond and University Avenue.  
 

Wed
22
Oct

Tartan presents the Wizard of Oz


Linda Baumeister/Review

There truly is no place like home as the musical "The Wizard of Oz" lands on the stage at Tartan.

Tue
16
Sep

Harvest Fest looks to go full scale


The parade draws marching bands from area schools such as Farnsworth Aerospace Elementary School. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Full-on parade is back in business

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