Oakdale-Lake Elmo Review

Thu
16
Mar

‘A Talent for Murder’ mystery theater event at Lakeshore Players

When a “talent show” turns deadly, it’s up to the audience to solve the mystery of how, why and who done it. Lakeshore Players presents “A Talent for Murder,” a mystery theater fundraising event April 7-8.

Thu
16
Mar

March events at Ramsey Center for Arts

Twin Cities potter and ceramist Adama Sow will teach a four-week series called “Mosaic for Adults.” The class will run four Saturdays beginning March 11 from 10 a.m. to noon, and will cost $80 for the series.

Thu
16
Mar

Early Childhood Program’s annual children’s festival

The public is invited to the Early Childhood Education’s 16th annual Children’s Festival on Saturday, April 8 from 9 a.m. to1 p.m. at Rutherford Elementary School (on the corner of Manning Avenue and County Road 12 in Stillwater).

Wed
15
Mar

Two full-time firefighters to join Oakdale in 2007

Answering calls at any hour is not uncommon for paid on-call firefighters in Oakdale, but with some having to respond to more than one per night, Fire Chief Jeff Anderson said the staff is getting burnt out.

Wed
15
Mar

Oakdale residents speak out at Capitol hearing

When a handful of Oakdale residents heard that the state Senate’s Environment and Natural Resources Committee would be discussing the extent of perfluorochemical (PFC) contamination in Minnesota, they made the trip to the Capitol to attend the meeting.

Wed
15
Mar

Slainte! Local Irish gather at monastery to celebrate the season

Green was the color of choice on March 12, when dozens of the Irish - and a few not-so-Irish - gathered at St. Paul’s Monastery in Maplewood.

Wed
15
Mar

Pott seizes pot in Lake Elmo

There is at least one home occupation that all Lake Elmo officials agree is inappropriate for the city.

Wed
15
Mar

Seven dollar days

He goes about his day quietly, minding his own business. Not many pay attention to this 43-year-old man, with his filthy clothes and a knit hat pulled haphazardly over his unkempt head.

Wed
15
Mar

Seven dollar days

He goes about his day quietly, minding his own business. Not many pay attention to this 43-year-old man, with his filthy clothes and a knit hat pulled haphazardly over his unkempt head.

Tue
07
Mar

St. Mark’s holds benefit for Mozart’s birthday

Area musicians will present the masterpieces of Mozart in a concert at St. Mark’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, 2400 N. Helen St., on March 12 at 2 p.m. The concert, “Mozart for a Cause,” marks the 250th anniversary of Mozart’s birth and proceeds will benefit local children at risk.

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