Events

Wed
01
Oct

Electronics recycling 10-25

Roseville Girl Scout Troop 51629, along with Tech Dump, is hosting an electronic recycling fundraiser event on Oct. 25 from 9-1 p.m. at the Church of Corpus Christi

Wed
01
Oct

Fright Farm Haunted House

The Ramsey County Sheriff's Office continues a Halloween tradition of terror with the Fright Farm Haunted House.

Wed
01
Oct

'Neewollah' kids event on Oct. 31

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.

Mon
29
Sep

Saint Rose of Lima 75th Anniversary Parish Mission 10-19

To celebrate its 75th Anniversary, Saint Rose of Lima Catholic Church will host three-nights of Parish Mission Presentations on October 19th, 20th, and 21st, from 7:00-9:00 PM in the church, at 2090 Hamline Avenue North, Roseville.

Mon
29
Sep

South St. Paul gears up for fall festival


Rainbow Corral Critters brought the petting zoo to the On the Road Again festivities on Oct. 5, 2013. The cuddly critters will be back again this Saturday, Oct. 4, along with other family-friendly events, such as a new Union Pacific mini train, a flea market, face painting and duck races. (file photo)

South St. Paul Jaycees team member Jessica Trisko stirred the group's booya entry during the annual World Championship Booya contest in 2013. The World Championship Booya is back again this year, as booya cooks battle for the best Midwestern stew Saturday, Oct. 4. (file photo)

'On the Road Again' hosts Boucha, new mini train
While kicking back with a couple of "Hammies" beers after a successful rodeo in South St. Paul, Walt Books and his buddy Bob Yanz started brewing up another attraction to keep the small town on the map: a booya contest.
And it wasn't just going to be a local shindig. Books wanted it to be big. So big, he dubbed it the "World Championship Booya" in 1982, a name that eventually attracted national news coverage and an intense rivalry with other booya organizers — in particular, a Wisconsin newspaper columnist — over Books's claim that South St. Paul is the booya capital of the U.S.

Fri
26
Sep

Inver Grove Heights Photo Contest deadline 12-01

We're looking for photos that represent why Inver Grove Heights is such a wonderful place to call home and who better than you to show us!   The contest deadline is Monday, December 1, 2014. You do not need to be an Inver Grove Heights resident to enter the contest but photographs must be taken with City limits.

Thu
25
Sep

Loving Our Neighbor: A Community Listening Session 10-21

A community "listening session". Candidates for State Representatives in Districts 51A and B and 52A and B have been invited to share their values and plans to build a community in which everyone can thrive. This is an educational event sponsored in part with ISAIAH, an organization working for social justice, supported by over 100 churches in the metro and St. Cloud areas.

Fri
19
Sep

Mt. Bethel Church Annual Craft Boutique and Bake Sale 10-25

Mt. Bethel Church in Inver Grove Hgts. is hosting their annual Fall Craft Boutique on Saturday, Oct. 25 from 9:00 - 3:00.  There will be many homemade crafts such as Christmas items, quilts, mittens, doll clothes etc as well as a bake sale.  A light lunch is also available for purchase. We are located 2 blocks east of Cahill Ave at 3239 70th St. East.

Wed
17
Sep

Registration deadline for Feed the Valley Cook's Challenge 10-24

On October 24, 2014, Valley Outreach will hold its 1st Annual Feed the Valley Cook’s Challenge, an entertaining and mission-filled event to benefit the programs of Valley Outreach.

Wed
17
Sep

Feed the Valley Cook's Challenge 10-24

On October 24, 2014, Valley Outreach will hold its 1st Annual Feed the Valley Cook’s Challenge, an entertaining and mission-filled event to benefit the programs of Valley Outreach.

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