Join us for the 2nd Annual ‘Shout Out Loud’ Suicide Prevention and Resource Awareness event! Our main goal with Shout Out Loud is to normalize the conversation about suicide prevention in our community and encourage participation in local wellness resources. Our goal with Shout Out Loud is to normalize the conversation about suicide prevention in our community and encourage participation in local wellness resources.
For the Kids
Rock out with the Shaw Brothers or grab your kids for a pontoon ride.
Keep it classic this year and start your morning off with Tom Thumb donuts or shake it up with all new DIY donut flights from the Hangar. Whether you’re visiting the award-winning livestock barns or taking a turn on the giant slide, be sure to keep sunscreen applied and one hand free at all times for that next new confection on-a-stick.
AARP Minnesota will be hosting the Fifth Annual Movie Night at the Ballpark at St. Paul’s CHS Field on August 1st, where we will be screening A League of Their Own (rated PG). Moviegoers can take in the event in the stands or they can bring a blanket to enjoy the movie from the outfield of the park. The event is free to movie-lovers of any age, family-friendly and inclusive to all, and a fantastic way to connect to the richness and heart of St. Paul.
Unleash your cold blooded side and marvel at reptiles such as snakes, lizards, turtles, frogs, chameleons, geckos, dragons and more. Gawk at small exotic mammals, such as sugar gliders, and hedgehogs or browse through various animal vendors for the latest food, cages and toys for your next pet.
If your child wants to grow up to be a veterinarian, this 3-hour program can set them down the right path. They’ll learn about surgery skills using a pretend patient, how to recognize common illnesses and what it’s like to work at a shelter. Kids grades 3-6.
It’s hard not to like Easter eggs—the pretty colors and patterns are irresistible. And who doesn’t like castles? Head to the American Swedish Institute for the Twin Cities’ only Easter egg hunt in a castle! Saturday, April 13, 9-10:30 a.m. Go to asimn.org for the details.
The City of Plymouth presents Music in Plymouth at the Hilde Performance Center on July 2nd at 5:30pm. This event is welcome to everyone for free so bring your family and friends.
Music in Plymouth is a 4th of July celebration for our whole community. There will be plenty of activities for people of all ages. Including food trucks and fireworks. For the kids there are plently of game booths set up around the Hilde along with balloon artists walking around. For the adults there will be an orchestra to start off the night followed by fire twirlers and the fireworks.
Conveniently located in St Louis Park, The French Académie is offering a wide range of programs for your child and your family. The Academic Programs offer options part-time or full-time from 16 months to Kindergarten (Le tout petit programme, La maternelle, La petite école). The Enrichment Classes include a parent and child class (A petits pas), French for Parents, a Music Together family class, and also tutoring for grades 1 to 6. All in French bien sûr with qualified French native teachers!
Join Healthy Plymouth on Saturday, September 22, 2018 for the second annual Amazing Race. Race around North Plymouth following clues and competing in fun challenges all to benefit Healthy Plymouth Youth engagement initiatives, creating engaging out of school activities for youth as a substance abuse prevention strategy. Teams of 4 ages 10+ compete for the $400 cash prize. The event begins at Cordage Park in North Plymouth. Race time is 1PM- 4PM followed by a race afterparty with dinner provided by Mamma Mia's, prizes music and more.