Meet author, spider specialist, and super-fun, nature-knowledgeable fellow, Larry Weber! He will teach us about intriguing creatures including the shamrock orb weaver, zebra jumping spider, and fishing spiders in the wetland.
Did you know that Native Americans in Minnesota historically used cattails to make their houses, mattresses and toys? You can even eat parts of them! Cattails are useful for many things because they are flexible and sturdy.
Join us for a day of hands-on activities making Ojibwe-style cattail mats and learn about the many ways people in the past used these plants in their everyday lives. These mats will be used for the nature center cultural programs.
Are you an animal lover? Do you love winning amazing prizes while also supporting your community? If you answered yes to either of these questions, Caring for Cats’ Bingo Night is definitely the place for you!
Events: Harmonic Relief Show Choir taking auditions; Ramsey County fix-it clinic; Corvette ‘American sports car’ show on Aug. 20; Carnival Fun & Movie Night on Aug. 24; Minnesota Starwatch party planned for Lake Elmo Park Reserve; Guided fitness hikes underway in Washington County parks; Washington County campfire programs continue with reptiles, ‘Ninja Raccoons!’ ;
To celebrate 100 years of unlocking potential, St. Peter's is celebrating with live music, food, tours, and fun activities for the young and young-at-heart. All alumni and parents (past and present) are encouraged to attend and to see all the great things happening at St. Peter and to reconnect with friends and classmates. Mass begins at 4 o'clock, followed by activities.