Events

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12
Nov

Turkey Bingo at St. Patrick's Nov. 18

The Chruch of St. Patrick, 1085 DeSoto St., will hold a turkey bongo Sunday, Nov. 18 from noon to 5 p.m. There is a cash cover of $1 per card for all bingo every hour. Food will be served from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Thu
08
Nov

North, Tartan choirs perform 'Masterworks'

The North High and Tartan High Concert Choirs will be presenting their annual Masterworks Concert at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10 in the North High School Auditorium.

Wed
07
Nov

Stories of hope, loss and struggle featured in next "Writers on Writing" program

The November segment of "Writers on Writing" will feature a group of Minnesota writers whose voices are rarely heard - immigrants and refugees.

Mon
05
Nov

SSP Thanksgiving Dinner for seniors

Brought back by popular demand and in celebration of the City's 125th Birthday, the South St. Paul Lions Club is teaming up with the South St. Paul 125th Committee, LeVander, Gillen and Miller, Quality Auto Care Center and the South St.

Mon
05
Nov

Antigone meets steampunk in new Simley production

This weekend, the Simley Theatre Guild presents "Antigone" with a twist.

The classic Greek play, written by Sophocles in the fourth century B.C., is sporting a steampunk theme in this weekend's production.

Mon
05
Nov

Beatrix*JAR to teach kids D.I.Y. sound art

The St. Paul Public Library presents sound art duo Beatrix*JAR, offering a series of free workshops for teens.

Mon
05
Nov

Metro State honors library dean with labyrinth and garden

Metropolitan State University is hosting an event Nov. 7 celebrating the completion of a walking labyrinth on the grounds of the library building. The labyrinth is the first of a two-part project honoring the late David Barton, dean of the library.

Mon
05
Nov

'Open to Interpretation' opens at Metro State Nov. 15

Metropolitan State University Gordon Parks Gallery presents its next art exhibit, "Open to Interpretation." Open to Interpretation features selected photographs and written works from the recently published book "Intimate Landscape." The book, which is the second in the Open to Interpretation ser

Mon
05
Nov

'Writing to Change the World'

The Benedictine Center, 2675 Benet Road, Maplewood, is offering "Writing to Change the World" on Dec. 10 and Feb. 4. A free-will offering of $60 total for all three will be collected. The program is ideal for anyone using writing in service of others. Participants will receive feedback.

Mon
05
Nov

Heights Center for Hope presents 'Sacred Space'

The Heights Center for Hope, 1340 N Hazel St., will open the "Sacred Space: Room for the Holy in the Everyday" art exhibit on Friday, Nov. 9, with a reception and music from 7 to 9 p.m.

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