The U.S. Small Business Administration’s Minnesota District Office is accepting applications to a FREE mini-MBA training program for small to medium-sized business owners and CEOs in the Twin Cities and surrounding suburbs.
The Dayton’s Bluff branch of the St. Paul Public Library invites patrons to check out an unknown gift-wrapped book as part of “Winter Reads: Winter Reading for Adults,” sponsored by the Metropolitan Library Service Agency.
Events: Frosty Night at Hazel Park Rec. Center; Family Skating Party at Phalen Rec. Center; Free winter carnival concert Jan. 27; Bird photography walk; Dayton’s Bluff Library; Hayden Heights Library; ‘How Do We Remember?’ art exhibit at Metro State; East Side Freedom Library
Lt. Gov. Tina Smith joined East Side community members on Jan. 13 to help start construction on a future business incubator located at 809 East Seventh St. The incubator is expected to open in mid-2017.
Dayton’s Bluff community members were joined by Lt. Gov. Tina Smith to celebrate the Jan. 13 groundbreaking of a new “business incubator” and youth training center along East Seventh Street.
U.S. Rep. Betty McCollum will hold town hall meetings on Jan. 18 and Jan. 26 to discuss her work in Washington and to listen to Fourth District constituents and families about the issues that matter to them.
The Minneapolis and St. Paul Home Tour, April 29-30, is accepting applications with a first deadline of Jan. 16. On the tour, homeowners open their doors to share ideas based on their remodeling experience.
Many St. Paul residents will experience a recycling collection day change on Jan. 16. For the past few months, St. Paul has been handing out new recycling carts. If you still need a recycling cart, contact your local district council.