Bulletin Board: Roseville-Little Canada Review/Bulletin Area • September 18, 2017

Harvest dinner in New Brighton

The New Brighton Area Historical Society is set to host its annual harvest dinner on Sunday, Oct. 8, at 1 p.m. at the Eagles Club, 563 Old Highway 8, in New Brighton. The Society will honor residents age 80 years and older who live within the 55112 ZIP code with a complimentary turkey dinner catered by the New Brighton Eagles Auxiliary. The event is open to all, and the price of the dinner for the public and other residents younger than 80 will be $8. City officials and the New Brighton Ambassadors Family have also been invited. Entertainment will be provided by Jack Canfield and his “4 Plus” band. Reservations are necessary; to do so, call 651-633-4070 before Oct. 1.


Art exhibition at UTS in New Brighton

United Theological Seminary, 3000 Fifth St. NW, in New Brighton, is hosting “Conversations with Jimmy,” an exhibition by internationally-recognized artist Jimmy Reagan, Sept. 21 through Nov. 30. An artist reception will be held Oct. 9 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, Reagan creates art in a way that isn’t impeded by the mainstream art world.


Garrison Keillor performance in Arden Hills

A special performance by Garrison Keillor will take place Sept. 22 in Arden Hills. The author, storyteller and creator of “A Prairie Home Companion,” will perform “An Evening for Mexico” at 7 p.m. at Bethel University’s Benson Great Hall, 3900 Bethel Dr. The event is a fundraiser for Juvenile Justice Advocates which works to reform the juvenile justice system worldwide. All proceeds from the show will go towards its work in Mexico. For more information go to www.bethel.edu/events/arts/venues/benson.


Shoreview’s Caring Youth Award 

The Shoreview Human Rights Commission is seeking nominations for the 2017 Caring Youth Award. The award, created in 2012, goes to someone who possesses and demonstrates one of six criteria, including: arts and creativity, community involvement, courage, cultural awareness, environmental awareness, and anti-bullying efforts. To nominate someone, visit www.shoreviewmn.gov for more details and to complete a nomination form, due by Sept. 29.


Register your organization for Roseville volunteer fair

If you are a volunteer for an organization that you love, you’re invited to participate in the second annual Roseville Area Community Volunteer Fair this October and share your good experiences with others.

This year Do Good Roseville is partnering with Roseville Community Education to promote volunteering in the community with the volunteer fair at Fairview Community Center on Oct. 7 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event is open to 40 exhibitors. Any organizations, groups or individuals who want to participate to recruit volunteers can register at www.DoGoodRoseville.com/Volunteer-Fair. For more information contact Kathy Ramundt at kramundt@hotmail.com or 651-488-5061. 


Mental health support group 

A NAMI Connection peer support group for adults recovering from mental illness meets bi-weekly in Roseville. The free group is sponsored by NAMI Minnesota, a part of the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Trained facilitators who are also in recovery lead NAMI Connection groups. The group meets on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month, from 6:30 to 8 p.m., at Centennial Methodist Church, 1524 County Road C2 in Roseville. For more information call NAMI at 651-645-2948.


Harding High School class of 1997

Harding High School class of 1997 will hold it 20th reunion Saturday, Sept. 30, at K & J Catering in North St. Paul at 6:30 p.m. For ticket information go to www.eventbrite.com and search “Harding Senior High.”


Farmers’ Market

The Shoreview Farmers’ Market takes place every Tuesday afternoon from 3 to 7 p.m. and runs until Oct. 24. It’s located at 4580 Victoria St., in the lower parking lot of the Shoreview Community Center.


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