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Popular 'Red Wing Retro' exhibit extended through April 1 at Minnesota History Center

"Red Wing Retro: Extraordinary Pottery, Everyday Life," which offers an overview of more than 100 years of Red Wing Pottery, will remain on view at the Minnesota History Center through April 1.

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Metro State hosts senior art exhibit

Metropolitan State University Third Floor Gallery, located in the Library and Learning Center, 645 E. Seventh St., St. Paul, announces its annual senior exhibit, "Senior Salon 2007." The exhibit, featuring nine senior students, opens March 8 with a reception from 4 to 7 p.m.

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Classic Literary Society discussion group - Mar. 6

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.

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Inquiring Minds Mar. 5, 2007

Each week the staff at the Roseville Library answers more than 2,500 questions on every subject under the sun. Here are some of the most interesting ones they’ve gotten lately.

Q. What was the worst blizzard in Minnesota history?

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Johnson pucksters produce book

What would you do if you were a high school senior and confronted with coming up with an idea for a senior project?

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A taste of times gone by

Here it is — the salvation of a harried farm wife who discovers too late that the last jar of berries in the cellar has burst and the fruit in the orchard hasn’t “come on” yet.

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Are we ready to change the way we vote?

Beaumont Street resident Troy Trooien won't reveal his political leanings, but freely admits to being a "foot soldier" for a Minneapolis group called FairVote Minnesota, an ever-expanding movement to change the way we vote.

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Some seniors gamble more than money

There's good news for seniors who may have a gambling problem. A free national helpline offers information and resources. This is fortunate, because when it comes to gambling, the stakes for many seniors may be higher than they suspect.

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For local seniors, Choral Bells are ringing

It may be past the Christmas season, but silver bells are still ringing throughout the northeast metro area. The Choral Bells are a senior group who perform handbell music at nursing homes and senior care centers. They practice Wednesday mornings from 10 to 11 a.m.

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For local seniors, Choral Bells are ringing

It may be past the Christmas season, but silver bells are still ringing throughout the northeast metro area. The Choral Bells are a senior group who perform handbell music at nursing homes and senior care centers. They practice Wednesday mornings from 10 to 11 a.m.

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