All Area events

Wed
18
Jan

Women's March Open House

Saturday, January 21, is the official Women’s March Minnesota, in solidarity with the hundreds of thousands of women and their supporters in Washington, D.C. on that day. The MN event convenes at 10:00 a.m. on the John Ireland Blvd Bridge for solidarity and rallying; at 11:00 a.m. the March heads northeast toward the state capitol. From 12:00 to 2:00 there is a rally and program. ESFL will have an Open House after the Women’s March Minnesota, on the 21st, from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.

Wed
18
Jan

Kids Rising (story hour)

Bring your kids and join us for “Kids Rising”, a children’s Story Hour with readers Jen Roba and Sean Morgan. Readings will  be every other Saturday morning 10:30 – 11:30. January readings will be on the 14th and the 28th. The focus will be pre-K to 4th grade level materials, especially picture books and music, but this can change based on the audience and interests.  Jen Roba is an experienced 5th grade teacher, and an East Side resident.

Wed
18
Jan

Events Featured in the Review January 18, 2017

Events:  14th annual Winterfest set for Jan. 21; ‘Say Yes to No’ parent education workshop; Sen. Wiger and Rep. Fischer to host town halls

Wed
18
Jan

Events Featured in the Bulletin January 18, 2017

Events: St. Anthony Community Theater to hold 3 types of workshops; Saintly City Cat Club’s annual Winter Carnival show

Tue
17
Jan

Events Featured in Roseville Review January 17, 2017

EVENTS: Islam and the West at Roseville Library; Duchess Harris on African-American history at Roseville Library; Celebrate Chinese New Year; Snowshoe by candlelight at HANC

Sun
15
Jan

West St. Paul’s neighborhood meetings to focus on city’s Comprehensive Plan.

West St. Paul invites all residents to attend their 2017 neighborhood meetings. There will be one meeting in each ward and a final meeting at West St. Paul City Hall.

Thursday, Jan. 19 - Ward 1 - Thompson Park, 1200 Stassen Ln.

Thu
12
Jan

Saintly City Cat Club annual Winter Carnival show

The 41st annual championship and household pet cat show will be held Jan. 28 and 29 at the RiverCentre complex, in the Roy Wilkins Exhibition Hall (lower level) in downtown St. Paul 

It is open to the public from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. Admission for adults is $4; children (under 10) and senior citizens (over 65) are $3.

More than 200 cats from the United States and Canada will compete for the title of Best Cat.

Wed
11
Jan

Holiday Tea in the Farmhouse

All that Glitters is the theme for this holiday high tea. Come wearing your favorite vintage or costume jewelry.

There are two seatings: 11:30a & 2:30pm in the farmhouse. Please call Mary O'Malley to reserve your space. 651-330-3862. $35 per person. Chef-created four course meal.

Wed
11
Jan

St Jerome All School Open House and Kindergarten Information Night

Come and check our St. Jerome School for your kindergartener through 8th grader! Are you on the school hunt for next year? Then don't miss this opportunity to see what St. Jerome School is all about. Small classroom sizes, a community feel and expectational students are just a few of the great things that we have to offer.

Wed
11
Jan

WINTER OPEN HOUSE: SNOWSHOES & TRACKS

All Ages

Snowshoes available to rent for ages 4 to adult to rent. Snowshoe rental: $5/pair.

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