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Sun
24
Jan

Women can learn outdoor skills at DNR winter workshop

Becoming an Outdoor Woman program offered by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will take place Feb. 19-21 in Hackensack. (submitted photo)
Becoming an Outdoor Woman program offered by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will take place Feb. 19-21 in Hackensack. (submitted photo)

Women can discover the enjoyment of snowshoeing, cross country skiing, birding, wild ricing, dark-house fishing and hiking at a winter workshop offered by the Becoming an Outdoors Woman program of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.

Mon
18
Jan

St. Paul Hiking Club

The St. Paul Hiking Club announces these January 2016 hikes:

• Tuesday, Jan. 19 - 11:30 a.m.  — Meet in the parking lot of the IHOP Restaurant, 7680 10th St. N in Oakdale for an area hike.

Sun
10
Jan

Cabaret returns

The fourth annual Art in the Hollow is coming up. Organizers are still looking for acts to perform. (submitted photo)
The fourth annual Art in the Hollow is coming up. Organizers are still looking for acts to perform. (submitted photo)

The fourth annual Art in the Hollow Cabaret will take place Friday, Feb. 19 at the Historic Mounds Theatre.

Organizers are still looking for more talented acts to perform.

Sun
03
Jan

City Adds Multi-Lingual Alerts for Snow Emergencies

Saint Paul Public Works announced today that it has expanded its snow emergency alert system to included text notices in Hmong, Somali and Spanish.

Sun
03
Jan

Metropolitan State partners for community-wide reading program and art exhibit

Metropolitan State University, Saint Paul Public Library, and the East Side Freedom Library invite your participation in the Metro Big Read, a community-wide reading program featuring the book Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston.

Sun
20
Dec

County Board approves 2016 - 2017 budget

On Dec. 15, the Ramsey County Board of Commissioners approved a two-year budget of $645,061,000 million in 2016 and $660,832,186 million in 2017.

Sun
22
Nov

Open Board Seat to be filled at District Five Board meeting Nov 24th

All interested residents encouraged to participate

The Payne-Phalen District Five Planning Council Board of Directors will fill an open seat on the board at its monthly board meeting on Nov. 24. The meeting is at 6:30 PM at the Arlington Hills Community Center. The open seat was created when a former director moved out of the area.

Sun
15
Nov

City of Saint Paul releases Request for Proposal for All In recycling services provider

The City of Saint Paul's Department of Public Works today released a Request for Proposal (RFP) for a recycling services provider or providers.

Tue
03
Nov

Public meetings to explore future of Ramsey County’s ice arenas

Ramsey County Parks and Recreation and the county’s arena task force will host seven public meetings during November to gather input on current arena usage and provide the public a chance to learn about the work of the task force.

Sun
09
Aug

Archaeologists dig for history in Swede Hollow

Two anthropology students led a dig to find artifacts of Swede Hollow Park’s rich history. Above, a volunteer excavates a one square meter section of debris and rubble in the park. (photo courtesy of Stefanie Kowalczyk and Kelly Wolf)
Two anthropology students led a dig to find artifacts of Swede Hollow Park’s rich history. Above, a volunteer excavates a one square meter section of debris and rubble in the park. (photo courtesy of Stefanie Kowalczyk and Kelly Wolf)

Though it's now a quiet, perhaps underused green space, Swede Hollow Park was once home to as many as 2,000 people at a time.

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