Roseville Area Events

Tue
23
Jan

Shoreview library history programs

The Shoreview Library is hosting two late-January history programs. “Booya and Beyond: More Research on the French-Heritage of Ramsey County” is on Jan. 27 starting at 2 p.m. “The Hunt for Cass Gilbert and the Capitol” is Jan.

Tue
23
Jan

New Brighton community bonfire

New Brighton Parks and Recreation is hosting a community bonfire at Freedom Park Neighborhood Center Jan. 27 starting at 6 p.m.

Tue
23
Jan

‘Gender and Sexuality 101: The Basics’

Feel confused about the difference between sexual orientation and gender identity? Have a hard time keeping up with all the terms kids are using these days to describe themselves? Afraid to say the wrong thing for fear of offending someone?

Mon
22
Jan

Annual cat show

More than 200 cats from the United States and Canada will compete for the title of Best Cat at the Saintly City Cat Club’s 42nd annual Championship and Household Pet Cat Show Jan. 27-28.

Mon
22
Jan

Daddy Daughter Date Night

Special memories await dads and daughters at this unforgettable event.

Mon
22
Jan

Second annual South St. Paul Day at the Capitol

 Join Rep. Rick Hansen, Rep. Keith Franke, and Sen. Matthew Klein for the second annual South St. Paul Day at the Capitol on Feb. 3.

Mon
22
Jan

Winter Wellness Programs at St. Paul Public Library

St. Paul Public Library is hosting several programs to help encourage the community to embrace winter with laughter, meditation, and warm mugs of tea. Programs are free and all are welcome.

Mon
22
Jan

Library asks: Do you really know your presidents?

The Dayton’s Bluff Public Library will ask some tough questions at its Puzzles & Games Unplugged event on Friday, Feb. 16 from 3 to 5 p.m. at the library, located at 645 East Seventh St.

Mon
22
Jan

Winter walk

Join the Lower Phalen Creek Project on Feb. 9, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., at the Bruce Vento Nature Sanctuary, located at East Fourth Street and Commercial Drive for Waniyetu/Winter walk: Dakota Culture.

Mon
22
Jan

Veterans discussion series comes to St. Paul Public Library

The Friends of the Saint Paul Public Library, in partnership with the Minnesota Humanities Center, is presenting programs as part of the Echoes of War Discussion series. The next program is Thursday, Feb. 15. from 6 to 8 p.m.

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