A winter gala fundraising event will be held at the New Brighton Community Center Saturday, Feb. 23 from 6:30-10:30 p.m., hosted by the St. Anthony Village High School jazz band and chamber choir. Proceeds will be used to support the band and choir trips this spring to Chicago and New York.
Lakeshore Player's will transform the White Bear Lake Armory into the set of the imaginary "Masquerade for Money" TV game show where costumed contestants have the chance to compete. When a murder occurs, it will be up to the amateur detectives in the audience to solve the crime.
Meet local and award-winning authors during January and February at Dakota County Library locations. You'll enjoy meeting the authors, listening to them read and hearing about their latest work. Authors will sign books at all events.
The East Side's historic Mounds Theatre will rock with music and fun from 8 to 11 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 9, as the refurbished building, located at 1029 Hudson Road, will be the site of a lively "cabaret."
A juried art exhibit called "Seeing God" is set to open at the Benedictine Center, 2675 Benet Road, Maplewood, on Feb. 1. It will feature the works of local artists whose creative process captures a sense of the divine when seeing the world.
Explore the scriptural basis for the Roman Catholic Mass with renowned speaker, Jeff Cavins. Discover the Liturgy's foundation from the earliest texts of the Old Testament, through the Gospels and all the way to the Book of Revelation. Gain a richer, more fruitful worship experience.