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Wednesday, February 26 - Sunday, April 5

40 Days for Life Twin Cities Winter 2020

6:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Have you seen the movie UnPlanned and wondered how you can participate? We are the local Twin Cities coordinator for 40 Days for Life. for over a decade. 40 Days for Life Twin Cities is a Christian/inter-denominational/international/ grass roots movement of prayer, fasting, peaceful presence and community outreach for the end of abortion. International and domestic has since 2007, 40 Days for Life has saved 16,742 children from abortion, 196 abortion workers have quit the industry, over one million volunteers, 19,000 congregations in 61 nations. From February 26 - April 5, from, 6AM - 6PM we pray on the public sidewalk in front of Planned Parenthood (671 Vandalia St., St. Paul, MN 55114) with 3PM interdenominational prayer daily. Opening prayer February 26 @ 9AM...closing prayer Sunday, April 3 @ 3PM. Would you join us? We're called to pray and we've been doing this for over a decade in the Twin Cities. Contact us: Rev. Brian Walker, Program Director, Pro-Life Action Ministries 651-797-6363

Planned Parenthood, 671 Vandalia St., Saint Paul, MN 55114

Categories: Community Events

Wednesday, March 11 - Saturday, May 2

Walk for animals! 🙂

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

As Animal Humane Society's largest annual fundraiser, the Walk for Animals brings together more than 9,000 people and 3,000 animals to wag, walk, and raise funds for homeless animals across Minnesota. Every dollar raised for the Walk helps provide medical treatment, behavior rehabilitation programs, and nurturing care to more than 22,000 animals who come into our four Minnesota shelters each year. With your support, thousands of animals will get the care they need to find new homes and loving beginnings. That's something worth wagging about. The animal Humane Society is a non profit organization that depends on donations to care for animals in need. Please consider making a donation to a great cause.

golden vally animal humane society

Categories: Community Events, Fundraiser

Friday, March 20 - Saturday, April 11

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

Saturday, March 21 - Sunday, April 12

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

Monday, March 23

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

Thursday, March 26 - Friday, April 17

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

Friday, March 27

Westpointe Church-Wide Garage Sale

2:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Two of the young women from our church will be going to Columbia for a year-long mission. We want to help launch them by raising money for their trip! All of the money collected from the sale will be donated directly to their mission fund. Thank you for shopping!

Westpointe Church

Categories: Fundraiser

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

Saturday, March 28

Minneapolis/St. Paul Elder Care Cooperative

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

The Minneapolis/St. Paul Elder Care Cooperative is a respite cooperative for caregivers of loved ones with dementia. We organize attendance of community events our loved ones with dementia can participate in allowing caregivers to trade volunteer time for free respite care. Our next event will be attending "Art for Nature: Native Bee House" with the Three Rivers Park District at Carver Park Reserve. We will learn about and build a native bee house with the staff at the park. $15 per house, scholarships and discounts for chaperoning available. Reservations needed. Please see our facebook page for information on how to get your loved one with dementia involved.

Carver Park Reserve

Categories: Community Events, Family

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