Bulletin Area bulletin board September 21, 2016

‘Music of the Knight’ show

Irondale High School will host its annual marching band competition titled ‘Music of the Knight’ Saturday, Sept. 26 starting at 5 p.m. 

The event will be held at the outdoor stadium at Irondale High School. High school marching bands from Minnesota, Wisconsin and South Dakota will be performing and competing.  

All are invited to watch exciting performances by percussionists, band members and color guard.

Concessions will also be available. Admission is $8 for adults, $5 for seniors and students. For more information, email MOTK@irondalebands.org.

 

New Brighton LWV Voting Rights In America

The New Brighton League of Women Voters is set to host a conversation/event called “Voting Rights in America” Sept. 22 beginning at 7 p.m. at Faith United Methodist Church, 2708 33rd Ave. N.E., in St. Anthony Village. The special guest speaker will be Liz Haan of LWVMN.

To learn more visit yourvoteyourvoicemn.org. All are welcome.

 

A day for cleaning up

This year’s Fall Cleanup Day in Shoreview will be held Saturday, Oct. 8 from 7 a.m. to noon at the Ramsey County Public Works Facility at Hamline Avenue and Hwy. 96. The event is open to Shoreview and Arden Hills residents only.

 

Shoreview Community Center annual pool shutdown

The Shoreview Community Center Pool will be closed for maintenance and cleaning will continue through Friday, Sept. 23. Several major projects, including replacements and repairs, will be completed. This is an annual process. 

 

Shoreview seeks nominations for Citizen of the Year award 

Shoreview’s Citizen of the Year award exists to honor to a citizen who exemplifies the spirit of giving back to the community and fellow Shoreview residents. 

Nominees for this award must possess and demonstrate a generous community spirit. If someone deserving of this recognition comes to mind, folks are asked to visit the city’s website at www.shoreviewmn.gov for more details and to complete a Nomination Form. Nominations are due by Oct. 3.

 

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