East Side Bulletin Board June 17th, 2019

Take Aim at Summer Fun

Stop by Keller Regional Park — 2098 Maplewood Drive — on Friday, June 21 from 4 to 8 p.m. to celebrate the first day of summer and the longest day of the year. The event, which is free and family-friendly, will include fishing, biking, canoeing, archery, a climbing wall and other activities. Ride your bike or take the bus, the park is close to bus routes 71 and 64. For more information, go to bit.ly/takeaim2019 or call 651-259-5800.

 

China garden grand opening

A grand opening event for the St.Paul-Changsha China Friendship Garden will be held on Saturday, July 13, at 10 a.m. at Lake Phalen. The event will include remarks from Mayor Melvin Carter and Changsha dignitaries, as well as cultural performances.

 

St. Paul trash meeting

The St. Paul Trash Lawsuit Committee will hold a meeting on July 23, 6:15 to 7:30 p.m., at the Rice Street Library, 1011 Rice St. The meeting will include information and updates about the options for St. Paul residents as the city’s trash collection policy evolves. For more information go to www.stpaultrash.com. 

 

Dragonfly Bonanza

Join St. Paul Natural Resources, Capitol Region Watershed District, The Minnesota Dragonfly Society and Urban Roots to help survey wildlife found in ponds and the air on June 19, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Trout Brook Nature Sanctuary, 1200 Jackson St.

St. Paul is home to many living things working together to survive. What can wildlife tell us about the state of the city? Staff and volunteers will be available to help identify and teach about what’s been caught. Nets and other survey equipment provided. Bring a smart device to become a community scientist and document finds on iNaturalist. For more information, go to www.bit.ly/bonanza2019.

 

Safe summer nights

The St. Paul Police Department’s Safe Summer Nights program returns again this summer. The Safe Summer Nights program is designed to provide opportunities for police officers to become acquainted with residents of the neighborhoods they serve over a meal rather than during times of trouble. The initiative began in 2014 when Safe Summer Nights partnered with the St. Paul Police Department and the St. Paul Parks and Recreation Department to host events in St. Paul that brought neighborhood families and police officers together in a picnic-type setting. Some upcoming Safe Summer Nights events include:

-June 20: Dayton’s Bluff Recreation Center, 800 Conway St.

-June 27: Rice Recreation Center, 1021 Marion St.

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