October 2006

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Enrichment opportunities offered at Benedictine Center

The Benedictine Center, 2675 Larpenteur Avenue East in Maplewood is offering the following opportunities to help participants find the time and tools they need to lead more meaningful lives.

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Immigrant Stories at Holy Apostles

Church of the Holy Apostles, announces Immigrant Stories: Sustained by Faith, a monthly conversation series focusing on faith journies of immigrants who worship at Church of the Holy Apostles. The series starts Saturday, November 11th at 5 p.m., beginning with a service of Holy Communion.

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Fred Zachau reads at Hayden Heights

Local author Fred Zachau will read from his short story collection "Strange Harmony in an Unlikely Quintet" on Monday, Nov. 6 at 7 p.m. at the Hayden Heights Library, 1456 White Bear Avenue. Zachau's stories feature unique characters, humor and some serious reflection.

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Hill House Chamber Players begin 21st season

The Hill House Chamber Players will begin their 21st season of music in the James J. Hill House's restored art gallery at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 6. There will be a repeat performance on Nov. 13.

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Minnesota State Capitol tours to focus on building's awe-inspiring art

The Minnesota State Capitol will offer a special guided tour on Nov. 4 to examine in detail the capitol's impressive art and the artists who created it.

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Quincy Troupe: The Architecture of Language

Quincy Troupe crafts poetry of significant, contemporary magnitude in his new collection, "The Architecture of Language," shining a radiant light on the American language. Listen to Troupe's poems on Thursday, Nov. 2 at 7 p.m. at the Rondo Community Outreach Library, 461 N. Dale St.

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Nominations now being accepted for the 19th Annual Minnesota Book Awards

The Friends of the St. Paul Public Library has opened nominations for the 19th Annual Minnesota Book Awards, honoring the state's finest authors, illustrators, publishers and other literary contributors.

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From Cooperstown to our town - blockbuster baseball exhibit comes to St. Paul

For the first time, more than 500 artifacts from the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum have left their legendary venue in Cooperstown, N. Y., and are traveling to the home towns of fans across the nation.

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Animal just horsin' around on the highway

The following are accounts of the encounters some of the Department of Natural Resources' conservation officers have had with the state's wildlife, whether animal or human.

Officer escorts nag home

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City and Conservation Fund announce that Henry Park is here

The little park along Battle Creek's river bluffs was in danger of development. But now it's going to expand trails and recreation along the Mississippi River.

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