June 2019

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Program offers volunteers and adults with disabilities chance to Come As You Are


Volunteers served dinner to Come As Your Are guests during a year-end picnic on June 4 in Kaposia Park. Though the picnic was marked by rain, lead volunteer Jessica Henry says usually such year-end events have lines out the door. (photos courtesy Neighbors Inc.)

Following a rather rainy night, Come As You Are wrapped up another program year on June 4 with a picnic in Kaposia Park.

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South-West Bulletin Board June 24th, 2019

Snakes and S’mores family campfire

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Artmobile

The East Side Art Council’s Artmobile returns this summer for a variety of free, drop-in youth art classes. The Artmobile’s first session will take place July 8 through 26, with classes taking place rain or shine from 1 to 3 p.m.

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East Side Bulletin Board June 24th, 2019

Payne-Phalen meeting

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NEWSBRIEF: Ramsey County announces new master plan for Battle Creek Regional Park

For the first time in more than 30 years, Battle Creek Regional Park is getting a new master plan.

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Sinfonia concerts in the parks

Minnesota Sinfonia will be bringing free, classical music to Lake Harriet Bandshell and Como Park Pavilion this summer.

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BBB tip: resources help ease storm damage stress

Better Business 

Bureau of Minnesota

and North Dakota

 

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Star-crossed lovers and tequila

Each week the staff at the Roseville Library answers more than 2,500 questions on every subject under the sun. Here are some of the most interesting ones they’ve gotten lately.

Q. I read a great book, but I can’t remember the author or the exact title. It’s about a Jewish man and a Catholic woman who both have grown children from previous marriages.  The families are rivals in the florist business, so the couple dates secretly for a while but eventually their families find out. Can you help me find that book again?

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History Revealed by Ramsey County Historical Society

Join the Ramsey County Historical Society this summer in learning more about local history from local historians and authors. The historical society has a number of events planned for the summer, here are a few coming up:

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NEWSBRIEF: District 197 commits to renewable electricity by 2020

The District 197 School Board on June 3 passed a resolution setting the goal of transitioning the school district to 100% clean electricity by 2020. 

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