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Sun
05
Feb

A dreary winter

Despite some snowfalls early last week, the mild weather has put a damper on several winter activities so far in 2017. Dodge Nature Center’s Frosty Fun Festival was canceled due to lack of snow.

Sun
05
Feb

Ice ice baby


Bill Wegwerth, Dan Ross and Weston Johnson were the snow artists that created “Playtime”.

The Winter Carnival’s Snow Sculpting event was under way on Jan. 29 at the Minnesota State Fair grounds.

Wed
01
Feb

Oakdale indoor market


On January 21, the Oakdale Indoor Market was held at the Discovery Center, 4444 Hadley Ave. N. A variety of items were for sale including seasoned nuts, strudels, canned goods, candles, crafts, baked goods, sausages, pierogies, coffee, honey and children’s books.
Wed
01
Feb

Wimpy winter

The January thaw was apparent near the fishing pier and all around on Silver Lake in North St. Paul by Jan. 22.

Wed
01
Feb

New Shoreview Library: open for business

The new Ramsey County Library in Shoreview held its Grand Opening on Saturday, Jan. 28.

Sun
29
Jan

The Food Network visits Cook St. Paul

On Thursday, Jan. 19, the Food Network spent the day filming at Cook St. Paul, the 1124 Payne Ave. restaurant that serves comfort food with a Korean influence. Cook St.

Sun
29
Jan

It’s harvest time

Crews were out at Lake Phalen Beach on Saturday, Jan. 21, cutting ice blocks to be used for the Winter Carnival. The blocks were hauled to downtown St. Paul’s Rice Park to construct the Towers of Boreas.

Wed
25
Jan

Sliding into some fun


Brody, Alyssa and a neighbor enjoy the outdoors, even after a wipeout at the bottom of the hill out at Tanner’s Lake in Oakdale Jan. 14. See more photos on page 3.
Tue
24
Jan

Dog days of winter

Just ahead of the thaw, Lauderdale’s off-leash dog park was busy with people and pups enjoying the outdoors on Jan. 14. The dog park is located in the northeast corner of Community Park, 1885 Fulham St., and is open daily from 8 a.m.

Sun
22
Jan

A kingdom of ice

People don’t have to drive to Stillwater to see an ice castle. Mark Williams built an ice castle made out of roughly 2,000 blocks of ice in his Inver Grove Heights yard. He said it held up pretty well until the heat wave hit.

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