All Area events

Mon
23
Oct

Halloween Haunts & Happenings 2017

MAPLEWOOD

Fright Farm Haunted House

Fri
20
Oct

Halloween Spook-tacular

"It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!" Sponsored by Roseville Genisys Credit Union and Skyline Electric, with additional support by Roseville Kinderberry Hill Child Development Center, it's a night of ghostly games, devilish demonstrations and a fun-filled hayride! The $6 fee per person (advanced registration) includes loads of Halloween fun plus a special treat bag for the kids, hayride, popcorn and entertainment near the Halloween fire circle. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Fri
20
Oct

Evolve Workplace Open House/Launch Party (coworking & corp training/event space)

Evolve Workplace is a new space for the community to launch and grow entrepreneurial endeavors. We welcome consultants, digital nomads, solopreneurs, businesses morphing from dream stage to reality, artisans, and more. We also have spaces for the "makers" of the world--wood and metalworking, jewelry makers, potters, designers and everyone else who likes working hands-on.

Fri
20
Oct

DFL Gubnatorial Forum

All six campaigns for the DFL nomination will be at a Forum, Nov. 2, 7-9pm at Stillwater Middle School.

This will be a Q&A format with questions taken from the audience as well. It is the only East Metro forum scheduled to occur before the Feb. 6 caucus and is a great opportunity to learn more about the candidates.


 

Stillwater Middle School
523 Marsh St. W
Stillwater

Fri
20
Oct

Minneapolis Sales Job Fair

Minneapolis Professional Career Event - Sales & Management Specific

Tue
17
Oct

Author Event: Cleve Jones for "When We Rise"

SubText Books is proud to host legendary author and activist Cleve Jones for a reading of his amazing memoir, "When We Rise." Book signing to follow! 

“You could read Cleve Jones's book because you should know about the struggle for gay, lesbian, and transgender rights from one of its key participants – maybe heroes – but really, you should read it for pleasure and joy.”
—Rebecca Solnit, author of Men Explain Things to Me

Tue
17
Oct

Fur Trade Heritage

Best for adults and kids ages 6 and up. 
Assume the persona of a voyageur from this historical era! 
Examine historical replicas of fur trade items. 
Make a spark from flint and steel, drill a hole with a pump drill. 
Try on a capote and moustache and practice your French Accent! Ooh la la, c’est fun! 
Snowshoe rental available afterward, $5/pair

Tue
17
Oct

Winter Open House: Snowshoes & Tracks

All ages! Learn how to walk, run, and turn around on snowshoes. 
Learn about Animal Tracks and Signs from self -guiding activities. 
A naturalist will answer nature questions, and orient you to the nature center trails. Try wood or metal snowshoes (wood snowshoes require 6+ inches of snow). Sleds will be available for pulling young kids. 
Snowshoes available to rent for ages 4 to adult to rent. Snowshoe rental: $5/pair.

Tue
17
Oct

Snow Flake Wonders

All ages! Cut and create beautiful snowflakes for your windows. 
Learn how snowflakes are formed in the sky, and peer at preserved snowflake crystals up close on the microcam. 
Snowshoes available for rent all day if we have snow. Snowshoe rental: $5/pair. 
Drop in for a half-hour for self-guiding activities or stay the whole time! Nature Center exhibits and trails open.

Tue
17
Oct

Maplewood Nature Center

Exciting new upgrades are happening at the nature center; remodeling may go through mid November. Updates include new siding, new roofing, and new carpet, flooring and bathrooms.

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