The “Northern Lights” show choir will present its annual student-written and -produced extravaganza this weekend. At center, Shannon Lee is a soloist. (submitted photo)
North High School's "Northern Lights" show choir will conclude its year of competition with its annual "extravaganza." The performance functions as a revue, letting the award-winning group showcase its biggest, best numbers, with the added creativ
The Maplewood North Lions Club will sell a variety of annual flowers, bedding plants and hanging-basket plants at its upcoming plant sales at the parking lot just northeast of Upper 51st Street and Highway 120 in Oakdale. Sales are scheduled:
Kate Christopher, a Mahtomedi sculptor, small business owner, member of the Century College Foundation board of directors and former longtime Mahtomedi School Board member, has been named master of ceremonies for TEDxMahtomedi 2015, a daylong even
For families who'd like to get more involved in outdoor activities — birdwatching to biking, first aid to fishing — the Maplewood Community Center, 2100 White Bear Ave., will host an outdoor expo from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 18.
“Singing for Freedom: The Antislavery Campaign of the Hutchinson Family Singers,” will be performed by the renowned Rose Ensemble April 29 through May 3, with guest artists Dan Chouinard, T. Mychael Rambo and Maria Jette.
Lori Vosejpka, in front, and Whitney Place, Tim Marrin and Jonathan Flory, behind her, are the award-winning Frake family in “State Fair” at Lakeshore Players Theatre April 16 through May 17. (submitted photo)
Set against the colorful backdrop of an American heartland tradition, with award-winning music and the majesty of the midway, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s State Fair is as fun as the “Great Minnesota Get-Together.”
Area residents will have a chance to see the St. Croix Chordsmen compete with the best of the barbershop choruses and quartets in the 10,000 Lakes Division contest Saturday, March 28 at the Stillwater Junior High Don Hovland Auditorium.