All Area events

Mon
14
Aug

Nature Family Fun with ECFE

(For children birth - 5 years, before kindergarten)
 Squirrels and Acorns
Make nature discoveries, get resources to explore & protect your world together.  Meet new friends!  This class is offered in collaboration with the Maplewood Nature Center and Early Childhood and Family Education, 622 staff. Parents or guardians stay with their child(ren) during the entire class.
Fee is $5 per child per session. To register contact ECFE:  

Mon
14
Aug

Buckthorn Removal DEMO and REMOVAL

(FOR ADULTS) 
Meet at the Matterhorn entrance. Learn how to identify common and glossy buckthorn and the beneficial look-alikes you should protect. We’ll discuss updated best management practices, weed establishment vs native regrowth after removal. Learn how to safely use buckthorn herbicides. Try out your new skills by cutting and treating buckthorn at the park to earn a Buckthorn Blaster to take home! 

Mon
14
Aug

BLUFF TOPS, BIRDING and Bagels HIKE

Join other bird enthusiasts to explore Fish Creek’s scenic vistas for songbirds and raptors riding air thermals. Learn techniques for identifying birds. We’ll provide the Bagels and cream cheese; you provide a beverage. Binoculars available, or bring your own. 
All skill levels welcome. Closed-toed shoes and long pants recommended

Mon
14
Aug

BEE-COME A BEE MONITOR

Join us for an exceptional Citizen Science Pollinator Training and Survey at 
Maplewood YMCA/Community Center and Fish Creek Natural Area.
(Rain date for outdoor portion is Sunday, Sept 10)
Free! Adults. Register online by Wednesday, September 6.   To register, go to www.maplewoodnaturecenter.com and click on the Register Online Go button. Call 651-249-2170 if you need help registering. 

Mon
14
Aug

Author Chat/Reading with Wisconsin Author Leea Glasheen

An Author Chat/Reading will be held 5:30-6:30 pm Tuesday, August 29, for "Backbiters," a young-adult dystopian novel, by Wisconsin author and teacher Leea Glasheen, which follows a 15-year-old mutant girl fifty-four years after a corporate world war decimates human and animal populations on Earth. This event is open to all young adults and not-so-young adults.


Website: debraleeaglasheen.com

Mon
14
Aug

Gibbs Farm Friday: All About Bees

This Friday is all about bees! From 1-4 our new neighbor the Bell Museum of Natural History will bring over their own hive of Honeybees and some honey samples. Visitors will learn why beeswax makes the best candles, and they will be able to dip a pioneer-style candle to take home!
As always, we will be open from 10-4 and have guided tours of the historic Gibbs farmhouse and Dakota seasonal life!
All tours and programs are included in admission. 

Mon
14
Aug

Christian Cupboard Emergency Food Shelf announces inaugural Connecting Community Breakfast

The Christian Cupboard Emergency Food Shelf will be hosting the inaugural Connecting Community Breakfast on Sept. 21 as part of its Raise the Roof capital campaign. 

Mon
14
Aug

Washington County Parks campfire programs continue

Carpenter Nature Center will present a program on raptors during the Washington County Parks campfire program at 7:15 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 19, at the Lake Elmo Park Reserve.

Mon
14
Aug

Your ticket to saving lives

Give blood in August at donor centers and blood drives and your name will be entered in weekly drawings to win tickets to one of three great events: Minnesota Vikings game, Minnesota State Fair or Minnesota Renaissance Festival

Fri
11
Aug

Roseville Area High School class of 1992

Roseville Area High School class of 1992 will hold their 25th year class reunion on Saturday, Sept. 2, from 7 to 11 p.m. at Sweeney’s, 96 North Dale St., in St. Paul.

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