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Mon
14
Aug

Your ticket to saving lives

Give blood in August at donor centers and blood drives and your name will be entered in weekly drawings to win tickets to one of three great events: Minnesota Vikings game, Minnesota State Fair or Minnesota Renaissance Festival

Fri
11
Aug

Roseville Area High School class of 1992

Roseville Area High School class of 1992 will hold their 25th year class reunion on Saturday, Sept. 2, from 7 to 11 p.m. at Sweeney’s, 96 North Dale St., in St. Paul.

Fri
11
Aug

East Side Review Events - Published August 14, 2017

Merrick Back to School Celebration

Tue
08
Aug

Annual Veterans Memorial Benefit Dinner Cruise

Each August, the Veterans Memorial Board of Stillwater hosts a Benefit Dinner Cruise on the St.

Mon
07
Aug

Safe Kids Safety Camp

Join the West St. Paul Police, Fire, and Recreation Department for their exciting Safe Kids Camp. Each day is filled with safety topics and activities from electric safety, fire safety, severe weather, water and more.

Mon
07
Aug

East Side Review Events - Published August 6, 2017

• Tuesdays in August, 10:30 a.m. - Hmong Storytime: Spend time sharing stories, songs, and rhymes in Hmong and English while building a foundation for reading success. Everyone is welcome. No registration is needed. 

Mon
07
Aug

Recycling workshop scheduled August 15

Dakota County is hosting its annual School Recycling Workshop on Tuesday, Aug. 15 from 9 a.m. to noon. 

Mon
07
Aug

Kick’n with a Cop

Join West St. Paul for a fun-filled game of kickball with members of the West St. Paul Police Department on Aug. 18 from 11 a.m., to 1 p.m. Participants will also enjoy a picnic lunch with the department.

Mon
07
Aug

‘Beauty and the Beast’ musical theater camp

Learn songs and dances from “Beauty and the Beast” and put on a show. Everyone will learn how to properly speak lines, block a scene, develop a character, and much more. No experience necessary.

Mon
07
Aug

Elder Cafe

Join the Elder Cafe on Thursday, Aug. 10 from noon to 2 p.m.for a meal and a presentation by Melanie Kleiss from the Lower Phalen Creek Project.

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