Retired members of the Oakdale Fire Department were the Grand Marshals of the Ted Bearth Grande Parade June 25. The department celebrated its 50th anniversary last year.
Oakdale's 32nd Summerfest drew crowds of people seeking fun and thrills, including food, live music, sporting events, carnival rides and games.
The Roll for the Roses 5K and 10K runners and inline skaters filled County Road C in Roseville on June 27.
Rosefest, Roseville's annual summer festival, was held June 25 through June 29. Several events drew crowds and participants from the area.
CJ Lindor, education specialist at Bicycle Alliance of Minnesota, checks out bikes to make sure they are all in good riding condition.
Kids showed off their bicycling skills while learning safety tips from local West St. Paul police officers during a Wentworth Library event called the “Bike Rodeo” Saturday, June 20.
Displayed during the grand opening, a historic print shows how the Rock Island Swing Bridge looked when it was constructed in 1894.
The Rock Island Swing Bridge Trailhead grand opening took place Thursday, June 18 in Inver Grove Heights.
Even with Back to the 50s weekend going on elsewhere, the North St. Paul History Cruze Car Show still drew a crowd June 19. Classics cruise through downtown weekly on Friday nights.
Narri sold fresh produce from her Afton family farm at the Lake Elmo Farmer’s Market June 20.
In its debut year, the weekly downtown Saturday market runs from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. through October at 3511 Lake Elmo Ave., also known as Hagstrom’s courtyard. (photos by Linda Baumeister/Review)
The Special Olympics regional competition was held at Stillwater High School June 20. Three days of competition and fun also included meals, games, displays, and a wellness center. (photos by Linda Baumeister/Review)
The Dirty Shorts Brass Band performed at the Roseville Central Park Rog Amphitheater on June 18. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
The Wentworth Library in West St. Paul held an Abrakadoodle art class June 17, led by teacher Aisaa Khalifa.
Khalifa shows children an example drawing of Arlo, the dog from the children’s book Arlo Needs Glasses by Barney Saltzberg.
Students from Washington Technology Magnet School, a high school in St. Paul’s North End, showed up on Wednesday, June 17 to help pick up Payne Avenue.
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