Bring your 3-year-old to Como to find out about some fun and exciting things about fall in a "Finding Fall for 3s" parent/child class on Sept. 27, 2:30 to 3:45 p.m. Learn why squirrels are frantically gathering nuts, why leaves are changing colors and why birds are flying south.
Visitors to Historic Fort Snelling have often see costumed interpreters portraying Col. Josiah Snelling and his wife, Abigail, enjoying the dinner prepared by their servants in the basement kitchen. Participants in a special event Oct.
East Side Arts Council invites you to a classic literature discussion for friends and neighbors. The group is open to anyone interested in fun, fellowship and classical literature, including poetry, fiction, nonfiction and biography.
Due to its overwhelming popularity with Science Museum visitors this summer, Gunther von Hagens' Body Worlds: The anatomical Exhibition of Real Human Bodies, the biggest exhibit in the museum's history, has been extended through Friday, Dec. 3.
The Rose Ensemble presents three live performances celebrating the release of the group's seventh recording, "Rosa das Rosas: Cantigas de Santa Maria and Other Spiritual Songs for the Virgin." These special CD-release concerts span four centuries of vocal and instrumental music and includes a div
Nationally acclaimed Elvis tribute artist Art Kistler will perform at the Church of St. Peter's Fall Festival at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 30 in O'Reilley Hall located at 2590 N. Margaret St. in North St. Paul.
Redeeming Love Church invites the public to attend the church's 50th celebration community carnival from noon to 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 7 on the church grounds at 2425 White Bear Ave. (just north of Highway 36) in Maplewood.
It would be interesting to make two recordings of what people say about a man who had a bad reputation. The one recording would be while he was alive and active. The other would be after he died. There are people who have had very little good said about them while they are alive.