Family Art Day, Festival de las Calaveras

Oct
17
Thu

Tlalnepantla Arts invites you to a day of art-making for the entire family in celebration of Day of the Dead at Festival de las Calaveras: Twin Cities Latinx Music + Arts Festival! Saturday, October 26, 2019 at 12 PM – 3 PM, CLUES – Comunidades Latinas Unidas En Servicio 797 E 7th St, Saint Paul,  Continue Reading »

Commission in the Community

Oct
17
Thu

The Saint Paul Heritage Preservation Commission (HPC) and Heritage Preservation staff will conduct an Commission in the Community event. SAINT PAUL HERITAGE PRESERVATION COMMISSION (HPC) NOTICE OF PUBLIC EVENT Commission in the Community Dayton’s Bluff Historic District  Thursday, November 7, 2019    5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Mississippi Market, Community Room: 740 7th Street East The Saint Paul Heritage Preservation Commission  Continue Reading »

Urban Roots is Looking for a New Deputy Executive Director

Oct
17
Thu

Urban Roots in Saint Paul, Minnesota is looking for a new Deputy Executive Director. Could you be the right person for the job? To find out more about this newly created position click on this link to find out more and apply: https://urbanrootsmn.org/job-openings/

Dayton’s Bluff Community Council, Monthly Community Meeting

Oct
15
Tue

Every month on the third Monday of the month DBCC will have a monthly community meeting. Agenda is subject to last minute changes. 6:30   Welcome and Review of the Agenda   6:40 6:45 Review Board Meeting Minutes Better Bus Routes: Route 63 Feedback Request   7:15         7:30     Organization  Continue Reading »

East Side Enterprise Center Building Will Be Closed Veteran’s Day

Oct
15
Tue

On Veteran’s day the East Side Enterprise Center Building will be closed 11/11/2019. In observation of the National Holiday, Veterans Day, the East Side Enterprise Building will be closed. Dayton’s Bluff Community Council thank all the Veterans for what you do to help our county. For those who have died in war, or are no  Continue Reading »

Metropolitan State University Grant Money

Oct
14
Mon

Money for Students of Low Income in Urban Education. The School of Urban Education at Metropolitan State University has been awarded a $400,000 grant from the Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board. The student teaching phase of licensure is a challenging requirement. Student teaching is a full-time, unpaid endeavor that can take 12 to 15  Continue Reading »

Fall Festivals, Bonfires & Halloween Events in Saint Paul, MN

Oct
14
Mon

Sponsored by Saint Paul Parks and Recreation Oct. 16, 6:30-8:00 PM Family Bonfire at Phalen Rec Center, 1000 Wheelock Pkwy., Saint Paul, MinnesotaMarshmallow roasting and hot apple cider; outdoor youth athletic equipment will be available to use. Free and open to all. October 17, 3:30-5:30 PM Halloween Messy Monsters/Mummies at Wilder Rec Center, 958 Jessie St., Saint  Continue Reading »

Test your Home for Radon in Ramsey County, Minnesota

Oct
14
Mon

Test your Home for Radon Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer. Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas. It comes from the natural decay of uranium that is found in nearly all soils. Any home may have a radon problem. Because radon has no taste, smell or color, the only way to  Continue Reading »

Ramsey County Yard Waste Sites

Oct
14
Mon

Do you have dead flowers, garden vegetable vines, and leaves you need to clear out? Take them to a Ramsey County yard waste site. Put them in a reusable container or compostable bag and empty them in the leaf pile. Bring those pumpkins there too!Yard Waste sites are open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 11 AM  Continue Reading »

Historic Saint Paul Party for Preservation

Oct
14
Mon

Wed. Oct. 23, 5:30 start. Food & drink, live auction, project updates. Details and RSVP:tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/party-for-preservation-tickets; Facebook;