All Area events

Wed
08
Feb

Another Antigone

What happens when classical education collides with contemporary controversies? When college senior, Judy Miller, tries to submit her own contemporized version of Antigone instead of the assigned formal paper on Greek tragedy, her professor, Henry Harper, refuses to accept it. As both become entrenched in their positions, issues of academic freedom, bigotry, entitlement, money, institutional power, and politics are all unearthed.

Wed
08
Feb

Options in Health Sciences and STEM

We know you have an interest in the health sciences and STEM. We also know you want to make a difference in the world. Bethel University gives you the opportunity to do both and develop your unique gifts to serve in these fields. This event is designed for you to explore these areas of study and provide clarity for a clear path from your academic program to your career. 

Wed
08
Feb

Events Featured in the Review February 8, 2017

Events: Blood donations; A community discussion on race in Minnesota; Maplewood Nature Center

Tue
07
Feb

Events Featured in Roseville Review February 7, 2017

EVENTS: “Dementia: Caring & Coping” speaker series; ‘Ask a Black Man’ event in Roseville; LWV hosts housing panel on Feb. 21Help maintain Roseville parks at Howard Johnson Park; 

Thu
02
Feb

St. Paul Hiking Club February

The St. Paul Hiking Club announces these February hikes:

Note: TUESDAY hikes are 11:30 a.m. Nov.  through March

 

• Sunday, Feb. 5 – 2:30 p.m. Meet in the parking lot of the Inver Grove Heights city hall, 8055 Barbara Ave.

Wed
01
Feb

Oakdale indoor market


On January 21, the Oakdale Indoor Market was held at the Discovery Center, 4444 Hadley Ave. N. A variety of items were for sale including seasoned nuts, strudels, canned goods, candles, crafts, baked goods, sausages, pierogies, coffee, honey and children’s books.
Wed
01
Feb

Events Featured in the Review February 1, 2017

Events: Blood donations; Book signing; Licensing information for potential adult foster care providers

Tue
31
Jan

Events Featured in Roseville Review January 31, 2017

EVENTS: Islam and the West at Roseville Library; Snowshoe by candlelight at HANC; “Dementia: Caring & Coping” speaker series; Help maintain Roseville parks at Howard Johnson Park; 

Sun
29
Jan

East Side Freedom Library

The East Side Freedom Library, located at 1105 Greenbrier St., has a variety of events going on during this next week. 

Wed
25
Jan

Events Featured in the Bulletin January 25, 2017

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

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