It's the day after Prohibition ends - December 6, 1933. A band of ragtag performers faces the breadline when a bootlegger saves the theater from ruin. Will tonight be their big comeback or just a big flop?
Balloon rides, kite flying, bounce castle - it's up in the air at the Flying Colors Community Festival. Join the Roseville Central Park Foundation and Roseville Parks and Recreation on Thursday, Aug. 9, for a unique community celebration.
Mark your calendar because the city of Falcon Height's annual ice cream social is Thursday, July 26 from 6-8 p.m., at Community Park, 2050 Roselawn Avenue. Come out to the park and enjoy an affordable night out with the family.
This summer teens in White Bear Lake are on an adventure in "Middle Earth" as they rehearse, make costumes and props, and create the scenery in preparation for seven performances of "The Hobbit." The play is an adaptation of J.R.R.
The St. Paul Public Library and the Science Museum of Minnesota are partnering to bring teens and technology together. The two organizations are training a group of teens, called the Teen Tech Crew, to introduce other teens to new technologies.
Second Chance Animal Rescue, a nonprofit, all-volunteer doff and cat rescue organization, will be holding a garage sale to benefit the animals on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 3 and 4. The sale will take place at 1501 E. Ivy Ave., from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Washington County Library and the Washington County Housing and Redevelopment Authority are offering free Foreclosure Counseling and Information Workshops to anyone who wants to ask questions and get advice from trained foreclosure prevention counselors.
Warner Nature Center will present a campfire program on "Snakes" at 7:15 p.m. Saturday, July 21, at the Lake Elmo Park Reserve. Snakes are important and often misunderstood animals. Come learn all about the behavior, hunting skills and habitat of snakes.