Events: St. Paul Audubon Society general meeting; Lake Elmo chef in running for Top Chef honor at charity event; Weigh in on Gold Line routes in Oakdale; Washington County 4-H open house; Jamboree on the Air; Guided fitness hikes underway in Washington County parks
North St. Paul High School class of 1971 will celebrate its 45-year reunion Oct. 22 at Guldens Restaurant and Bar, 2999 North Hwy 61, Maplewood. The cost is $20 per person and includes appetizers and a cash bar. Check/reservations are due Oct.
North St. Paul High School class of 1976 will hold a 40 year reunion Saturday, Oct. 8 at the American Legion Post 39 in North St. Paul, located at 2678 Seventh Ave. Join your classmates for a casual get-together, which starts at 6 p.m.
North St. Paul High School class of 1976 will hold a reunion celebrating 40 years on Saturday, October 8th at the American Legion in NSP, corner of 7th Avenue and 120. Please join your classmates for a casual get together. Front bar, starting at 6PM. No charge at the door; we will provide pizza during the evening. Hope to see you there.
Location Name: American Legion Post 39 North St. Paul
Address: 2678 7th Avenue E
City: North St. Paul, MN
Oakdale, Maplewood, North St. Paul & Woodbury – The 622 Education Foundation invites the community to come out and participate in this year’s 5K on Saturday Oct 15th, Race starts at 9:00AM (check in at 8am).
Registration cost - $30 for 19 years of age & over, $20 for 18 years of age & under. Price includes a race day shirt.
It’s fun to hike in the fall! Create and decorate your very own hiking stick, then hike around the pond with the naturalist!
Fee: Prepay $5.00/hiking stick by Thursday, October 13.
To register, go to maplewoodnaturecenter.com and click on the Register Online Go button. Call 651-249-2170 if you need help registering.
A storytelling series told by master storyteller, Duke Addicks
Follow the story of an early visitor to Minnesota in 1861 and his eye-witness account of the injustices Native Americans experienced in the months leading up to the revolt against white settlers in 1862.