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Saturday, March 28

Frog Monitor Volunteer Training & Refresher (For Adults & Children Ages 12+ With Adult)

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Frog Monitor Volunteer Training & Refresher (For Adults & Children Ages 12+ With Adult) Location: Maplewood Nature Center, 2659 E. 7th St., Maplewood, MN 55119 Saturday, March 28, 10:00AM-11:30AM Bring a buddy and become Maplewood Frog Monitoring Volunteers! Monitors follow an established, ten-stop-route; listening for frogs after sunset. Learn about Minnesota frog species, their calls, ranges and how monitoring works. Monitors must commit to three nights, each in a specific date range, April-July. Monitoring is for night-owls with a keen sense of hearing! Please sign up for a frog hike program in spring if you do not plan to volunteer. Free. Pre-register by Thursday, March 26. Register online at www.maplewoodnaturecenter.com and click on the RegisterOnline-Go button, or call 651-249-2170. Activity #16721

Maplewood Nature Center

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Seven Principles of Making Marriage Work Couple's Group

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Are you considering getting married? Have you been married for a while but want to reignite the spark between you? Gottman’s “Seven Principles of Making Marriage Work” is a great tool to help build – or rebuild – a healthy foundation for your relationship. Starting on Saturday, March 28 at 9 a.m. or 1 p.m., Soul Work Counseling will be offering an 8-week couple’s group using Gottman’s Seven Principles, with Christy Kane, Certified Life Coach and Marriage and Family Therapy intern. Participants new to Soul Work are invited to also participate in a complementary couple’s session with Christy to be scheduled separately. * Date subject to change, please select either the 9 a.m. or 1 p.m. session To register, Call or email Christy at (612) 225-3033 or Christy@soulworkcounseling.com. Please include which session you would like to attend. All sessions will take place at: Soul Work Counseling 11116 Zealand Ave N. Champlin, MN 55316 Cost: $249 per couple, includes materials

Soul Work Counseling

Categories: Class/Study, Community Events

Sketching And Drawing Birds (Adults)

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Sketching And Drawing Birds (Adults): At Maplewood Nature Center, 2659 E. 7th Street, Maplewood 55119 Saturday, March 28; 1:00PM-4:00PM Can’t find time to draw at home? Join Artist/Naturalist Carole Gernes, as she leads you through some drawing exercises designed to help improve your technique. Use charcoal and pencil to sketch the nature center’s wildlife taxidermy. Observe the anatomy, feathers of a variety of birds in detail. Skill Level: Advanced beginner to intermediate. Bring your own drawing pad, board, easel, and favorite sketching materials. Basic charcoal, pencils, erasers and some paper provided. Fee: $15 per student prepay by Wednesday, March 25. Register online at www.maplewoodnaturecenter.com and click on the RegisterOnline-Go button, or call 651-249-2170. Activity #16712

Maplewood Nature Center

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Faith in Action's 15th Annual Gala

5:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Join us as we celebrate our community! For over 15 years FIA has been serving elderly in the community. FIA also serves very low income families. All are welcome to the 15th Annual Gala where you will enjoy entertainment by Bill Arnold (from Triple Expresso), delicious dinner, a wine wall, silent & live auctions with exciting prizes, and above all celebrating what God is doing in and through Faith in Action to serve the least of these in our neighborhoods!! All funds raised will help us be able to continue to help these folks thrive!

Rockwoods

Categories: Community Events, Fundraiser

Cradle of Hope's Spring for Life Gala

5:30 PM - 10:00 PM

Cradle of Hope encourages life by providing financial aid to women and babies in crisis especially those women who might not choose life due to financial pressures. Cradle of Hope's 4th Annual Spring for Life Gala is a fundraiser to help families in crisis throughout Minnesota. Each year Cradle of Hope provides support to over 3,000 families in need. Emceed by Miss Minnesota, Kathryn Kueppers, guests will enjoy an evening of fun festivities including dinner, silent & live auction, wine pull and live music! All proceeds will be used to help 100 families in crisis with rent assistance and portable cribs to ensure that every baby has a safe place to sleep. Tickets & Sponsors are still available. The Silent auction will go live online on March 21 and end on March 28 (you do not have to be present to win silent auction items, however, you will need to pick up your items in Roseville if you win.) Discounted hotel stays at The Saint Paul Hotel are available. Check out the link for more information. Tickets: Individual Tickets: $75 (includes 1 Gala ticket and 1 drink ticket) Bargain Ticket: $125 (includes 2 Gala tickets and 2 drink tickets) VIP Package: $200 (includes 2 Gala tickets, 4 drink tickets, valet parking for 1 vehicle, 1 wine pull ticket) Multiple Sponsor opportunities still available. Contact Darlene Kopesky at: 651-636-3127

The Saint Paul Hotel

Categories: Community Events, Fundraiser

Into the Woods: Spring Musical

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Audiences of all ages will enjoy this contemporary fairy tale journey. Into the Woods intertwines classic fairy tale themes and characters to create an epic musical adventure.

North Central University

Categories: Concert

Into the Woods: Spring Musical

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Audiences of all ages will enjoy this contemporary fairy tale journey. Into the Woods intertwines classic fairy tale themes and characters to create an epic musical adventure.

North Central University

Categories: Concert

THE 39 STEPS at the Minnesota Transportation Museum

7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

ST. PAUL, MN: Wayward Theatre Company is committed to bringing work outside of traditional theatre settings, allowing audiences to engage with texts and spaces in new and exciting ways. Next up on Wayward’s site-specific docket is the award-winning comedy The 39 Steps, by John Buchan and Patrick Barlow, at the Minnesota Transportation Museum in Saint Paul. ABOUT THE PLAY: Mix a Hitchcock classic with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python and you have an intriguing, thrilling, riotous and unmissable comedy. The 39 Steps, adapted by Patrick Barlow from the 1915 novel by John Buchan and the 1935 film by Alfred Hitchcock, follows our unlikely hero, Richard Hannay, as he embarks on the adventure of a lifetime, steeped in hilarious, murder mystery noir. ABOUT THE PRODUCTION: Following up last fall’s record-breaking, sold-out run of Macbeth at the James J. Hill House, The 39 Steps marks a return for Wayward Theatre to the Minnesota Transportation Museum, having previously produced The Ghost Train in 2017 “It’s an amazing venue to stage a play” says Director and Wayward Co-Founder, Sarah Nargang. “Nestled between the trains, the atmosphere of this historic roundhouse is impossible to capture in a traditional setting.” The production, set in the 1930s, features a multitude of characters performed by a cast of five clowns, er...actors, with live music underscoring the whole, hilarious farce. ABOUT THE VENUE: The building was erected by James J. Hill’s Great Northern Railway in 1907, replacing another, older roundhouse. The site has been used for rail transportation since the first railroad came to Minnesota in the 1860s. The property now houses a Museum, Restoration Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Rutledge Depot, and a train yard filled with historic cars and vintage buses. Guests will be able to get a sneak peek of the museum before the performance. *Please note, the museum will not be fully open during the production. WHERE: The Minnesota Transportation Museum (Jackson Street Roundhouse): 193 Pennsylvania Ave E, St Paul, MN 55130. Ample, free parking in the MTM lot. WHO: The production is directed by Wayward Co-Founder, Sarah Nargang. Featuring Wayward Co-Founder Michael Kelley, and Twin Cities actors Grant Henderson, Hannah Steblay, Emily Gustafson and Alexander Johnson, with live music from Steven Zubich. WHEN: FRI, March 20 7:30pm SAT, March 21 7:30pm THU, March 26 7:30pm FRI, March 27 7:30pm SAT, March 28 7:30pm MON, March 30* 7:30pm THU, April 2 7:30pm FRI, April 3 7:30pm SAT, April 4 7:30pm MON, April 6* 7:30pm THU, April 9 7:30pm FRI, April 10 7:30pm SAT, April 11 7:30pm (more) TICKETS: $28.00, General seating, no reserved seats. Group discounts available. Call 612-568-4225 for more info. *Monday, March 30th and April 6th performances are Pay-What-You-Can! **The performance may contain effect lighting, loud noises, and scenes of action / comedic violence. ***Appropriate for ages 12 and up. Tickets available at: https://www.waywardtheatre.org/the-39-steps/

Categories: Community Events, Family

THE 39 STEPS at the Minnesota Transportation Museum

7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

ST. PAUL, MN: Wayward Theatre Company is committed to bringing work outside of traditional theatre settings, allowing audiences to engage with texts and spaces in new and exciting ways. Next up on Wayward’s site-specific docket is the award-winning comedy "The 39 Steps", by John Buchan and Patrick Barlow, at the Minnesota Transportation Museum in Saint Paul. ABOUT THE PLAY: Mix a Hitchcock classic with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python and you have an intriguing, thrilling, riotous and unmissable comedy. "The 39 Steps", adapted by Patrick Barlow from the 1915 novel by John Buchan and the 1935 film by Alfred Hitchcock, follows our unlikely hero, Richard Hannay, as he embarks on the adventure of a lifetime, steeped in hilarious, murder mystery noir. ABOUT THE PRODUCTION: Following up last fall’s record-breaking, sold-out run of "Macbeth" at the James J. Hill House, "The 39 Steps" marks a return for Wayward Theatre to the Minnesota Transportation Museum, having previously produced The Ghost Train in 2017 “It’s an amazing venue to stage a play” says Director and Wayward Co-Founder, Sarah Nargang. “Nestled between the trains, the atmosphere of this historic roundhouse is impossible to capture in a traditional setting.” The production, set in the 1930s, features a multitude of characters performed by a cast of five clowns, er...actors, with live music underscoring the whole, hilarious farce. ABOUT THE VENUE: The building was erected by James J. Hill’s Great Northern Railway in 1907, replacing another, older roundhouse. The site has been used for rail transportation since the first railroad came to Minnesota in the 1860s. The property now houses a Museum, Restoration Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Rutledge Depot, and a train yard filled with historic cars and vintage buses. Guests will be able to get a sneak peek of the museum before the performance. *Please note, the museum will not be fully open during the production. WHERE: The Minnesota Transportation Museum (Jackson Street Roundhouse): 193 Pennsylvania Ave E, St Paul, MN 55130. Ample, free parking in the MTM lot. WHO: The production is directed by Wayward Co-Founder, Sarah Nargang. Featuring Wayward Co-Founder Michael Kelley, and Twin Cities actors Grant Henderson, Hannah Steblay, Emily Gustafson and Alexander Johnson, with live music from Steven Zubich. TICKETS: $28.00, General seating, no reserved seats. Group discounts available. Call 612-568-4225 for more info. *Monday, March 30th and April 6th performances are Pay-What-You-Can! **The performance may contain effect lighting, loud noises, and scenes of action / comedic violence. ***Appropriate for ages 12 and up.

Minnesota Transportation Museum

Categories: Community Events

Sunday, March 29

Breakthrough St. Paul

2:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Our ministry is about connecting those who have a passion to build relationships, serve, pray and offer encouragement, with a community of people who are desperate to know their true value in the eyes of God. Breakthrough is the vehicle for getting the Body of Christ engaged in the work of the Great Commission by providing volunteer opportunities to individuals, small groups, church groups, etc. Serve Meal and Attend Worship (3:30 – 6:00) Help us serve dinner and provide exceptional hospitality to our guests (most of which are homeless). We can accommodate up to 20 volunteers. Please arrive by 3:30 pm for volunteer orientation. Parking is free, enter through the doors under the Cross. The orientation room is the first room on the right before entering the sanctuary.

The Recovery Church

Categories: Family

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