Heartland Hospice is offering a four-week support group, with time for sharing and education for those grieving the death of a loved one. We will explore the book, Mindfulness and Grief, by Heather Stang, and support one another in attempts to practice mindfulness as suggested in the book.
"The mindfulness practices will help you move forward through your experience of loss while creating a continuing bond with the person you will always love." Heather Stang
Plan a fun day! Come out Sun. May 1st, 2016 to the “Roseville Psychic Fair” from 9am til 5pm at the Radisson Hotel Roseville- 2540 Cleveland Ave North, Roseville, MN 55113 (651) 636- 4567 with host- Maria Shaw Lawson- National Enquirer’s very own astrology columnist and celeb astrologer. Psychic Fair admission is just $10.00 for the day. Maria Shaw Lawson will have THREE FREE lectures throughout the day …FREE with $10. Psychic Fair Admission.Call (810) 631-6887 for more fair info.
If you’ve wondered what happened after Easter when the stone was rolled away; or if you want to be reminded what comes next, plan to attend the play, “Beyond the Cross” on Sunday May 1, at Cross Lutheran Church, 1945 Prosperity Road in Maplewood.
Worship begins at 9:30 a.m., followed by coffee, treats and the play. This original drama is written and produced by Diana Swanson with local actors from the congregation. The production is about 45 minutes in length.
On Sunday, May 1, the Mississippi Valley Orchestra, under the baton of Maestro Henry Charles Smith, will perform a wonderful concert – featuring Minnesota Orchestra violinist (and MVO concertmaster) Cecilia Belcher. Cecilia will perform the beautiful, angelic “Lark Ascending” by Vaughn Williams. The orchestra will also perform Wagner’s “Prelude to Die Meistersinger”, Liszt's “Les Preludes”, and Charles Forsberg’s "Was Gott tut, das ist Wohlgetan".
Schedule your troop to help fulfill requirements for the Cadette Tree Badge.Discover how to protect the trees and pollinators that depend on each other!Explore trees at the nature center, make fun tree art, and learn about food products that come from trees, including maple syrup and wild fruits.Note:Tree badges will be available at the end of the day! Please dress for the weather; and plan on both inside and outside activities.
IN BARTELMY-MEYER NEIGHBORHOOD, MEETING LOCATION TBA TUESDAY, MAY 3, 6:00PM-7:00 PM
Join our gardener in the Bartelmy-Meyer neighborhood for a hands-on demonstration of spring clean-up chores for your rain garden.We’ll cover cutting back ornamental grasses and perennials, cleaning the inlet, adding mulch, and planting to fill in the gaps. This is a great time to have someone answer your questions.Please join us!
St. Joseph’s sister school and parish is located in San José, Guatemala. Students at all grade levels participate in a pen pal project with the Guatemalan students throughout the year. The school also workswith the Grace Centre, a nonprofit organization devoted to helping the people of Guatemala by building lasting relationships. The students learn the importance of building connections, communities and cultural awareness.
Elizabeth Kneebone, a fellow at the Metropolitan Policy Program at the Brookings Institution, will be the featured speaker at the 2016 Northeast Youth and Family Services Leadership Luncheon on Wednesday, May 4 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Spring comes alive as birds migrate north at Silverwood Park on Wednesday, May 4 from 6-7:30 p.m. Discover which birds have returned and learn tips on how to find them. Bring binoculars or borrow ours. The cost is $5 and reservations required.