Events South-West Review

Tue
03
Apr

League discusses Minnesota’s next steps to a clean energy economy

In observance of Earth Day, the League of Women Voters Roseville Area will host a symposium celebrating steps Minnesota is taking towards energy efficiency as they affect air and water quality and the economy through lower costs and job creation.

Tue
03
Apr

Friends of Roseville Parks’ hosting ‘Wonderland’ luncheon

Comedienne and beloved Minnesota author Lorna Landvik headlines the Friends of Roseville Parks’ April 27 luncheon at the Town and Country Club, 300 Mississippi River Boulevard in St. Paul. The social hour beings at 11 a.m.

Tue
03
Apr

‘A Minnesota Bestiary’ with Rev. Matt’s Monster Science at Shoreview Library

Head to the Shoreview Library as Rev. Matt explores the exciting world of fictional creatures from Minnesota’s past on Monday, April 16 at 7 p.m.

Tue
03
Apr

Como Men’s Golf Club tees off with spring mixer

The Como Men’s Golf Club invites all golfers of any ability level to consider joining one of the most active clubs in the Twin Cities area. The club’s spring mixer is set for Friday, April 13, beginning at 7 p.m.

Tue
03
Apr

‘My Story, My Truth,’ film and discussion at Roseville Library

In early January, 20 men and women of color sat down at CTV Studios in Roseville to speak about a time when they have been personally discriminated against and how that has shaped their lives. 

Tue
03
Apr

Two River Chorale concert

Two Rivers Chorale and Youth Chorale of Central Minnesota present “Generations: A Place Called Home,” a multi-generational concert celebrating people of all ages with music that focuses on belonging and finding “home.” Garrett Lathe, Holly Lathe a

Mon
02
Apr

League of Women Voters Dakota County to host event encouraging residents to run for public office

The League of Women Voters Dakota County, in conjunction with several West St. Paul residents, will host an event Wednesday, April 4 from 6 to 7 p.m., at the West St. Paul Library, 199 Wentworth Ave.

Mon
02
Apr

Spring Break programming at Hazel Park Recreation Center

Hazel Park Recreation Center will have programming for students during Spring Break to do arts and crafts, play indoor and outdoor games, learn some new cooking skills, conduct experiments, complete and scavenger hunt and even have some fields tri

Mon
02
Apr

Senior social with NE Seniors for Better Living

NE Seniors for Better Living are calling to seniors aged 55 and older to join them for a free lunch and getting to know outgoing and fun seniors.

Mon
02
Apr

St. Paul Public Library arts and culture workshops

The St. Paul Public Library will be offering free, hands-on art and cultural workshops April 2-6 to keep kids engaged and learning over spring break. 

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