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Minnesota, it's time lead the way or be lost in the fray!
06/19/18
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Emagine White Bear Township Theatre Grand Reopening Celebration!
07/26/18 - 07/26/18
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Events in the next 30 days...
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06/18/18
Ground Breaking Ceremony for Spire Credit Union!

Ground Breaking Ceremony for Spire Credit Union!
 
Monday, June 18th Ground Breaking Ceremony - 11:30am!
940 County Road E East, Vadnais Heights
(located just southeast of Walmart)

Join us for the groundbreaking of our 18th branch! SPIRE President/CEO Dan Stoltz will lead the public ceremony and Archie (SPIRE's 1952 Ford Pickup) will be available for photos. Refreshments provided. You are invited to attend this monumental event as we celebrate and welcome them to the City of Vadnais Heights!

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06/18/18
Cruise Into the Past - Historical Boat Tour of WBL

Join us for a cruise past the communities that dot the shore of White Bear Lake and hear the stories that make those areas unique.  Refreshments will be served. Cash Bar. 
Event proceeds benefit the White Bear Lake Area Historical Society. $35 per person, reservations required. Reservations: whitebearhistory.org or 651-407-5327  Sponsored by Admiral D's
 

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06/19/18
Minnesota, time lead the way or be lost in the fray!

Transportation Disruption?
Government Affairs Discussion
Tuesday, June 19th
7:30am - 9:00am
Country Inn & Suites, Vadnais Heights
3505 Vadnais Center Drive, Vadnais Heights
Guest Speakers
Representative, â€‹Pat Garofalo and Senator Susan Kent
                                    
With a transportation paradigm shift coming in a few short years and approximately $450 million dollars in state bonding earmarked for transportation, are the elected representatives focused on the right priorities? Do we need a bold reform agenda to steer our transportation funding in a new direction? These are the questions we will address at our June 19 Government Affairs program. There are some serious issues that are coming to the forefront as we move into the next decade.
 
Senator Susan Kent, Assistant Minority Leader and member of the Transportation Finance and Policy Committee and Representative Pat Garofalo, Finance Chair of the Tax Ways and Means Committee will be leading our discussion and welcome your questions regarding transportation concerns.
 
Several of the challenges we will address at this discussion include:
• Will autonomous vehicles lessen the need for commuter rail and bus service?
• Is the gas tax becoming irrelevant as a transportation funding source?
• Is the Legislature doing its job in facing future transportation funding priorities? 

This high powered event is more than a learning experience. It will provide you with pertinent information so you can become an informed business advocate when it comes to our local and statewide transportation policy. Government Affairs sessions not only offer the opportunity to become an informed Chamber member, but are attended by members of our Legislative delegation and local civic leaders. By attending, you receive important one on one contacts with the elected officials who enact policies that impact your business.
 
A Continental breakfast will be served and there is no cost to attend. Registration is required.
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Special Session to fix the tax bill!
 
Last week we e-mailed a survey to Chamber members asking if the Governor should call a “Special Session” to pass a tax bill.  The response was overwhelming with 74% of the Chamber members surveyed voting yes!

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06/19/18
F&M Bank Lunch fun in Vadnais Heights!


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06/19/18
Old National Bank Ribbon Cutting Ceremony!

Ribbon Cutting Celebration!
 
Tuesday, June 19th Ribbon Cutting - 3:30pm!
2700 Seventh Ave. E, North St. Paul  
763-656-2400

Join us for a Ribbon Cutting Celebration for the newly remodeled and rebranded, Old National Bank. (Previously, Anchor Bank) You will enjoy a great afternoon of networking, meeting the new Team Members, learning more about Old National Bank and tour their newly remodeled location. Remember your business cards!

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06/19/18
Ice Cream Social, Music & Hot Dog with a Deputy

Ice Cream Social, Music in the Park & Hot Dog with a Deputy
Sponsored by the City of Vadnais Heights and the Ramsey County Sheriff Department, this free annual event will take place at Berwood Park, 780 Berwood Ave, from 6-8pm on Tuesday, June 19. Free hot dogs, Culver's ice cream, games, coloring contest, Freebikes4kidz outreach information, community booths and face painting. The Bazillions will perform from 6:15-8pm. wwwthebazillions.com

 

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06/20/18
White Bear Heights - Preventing and Managing Falls

Providing Cues and Assistance for People with Parkinson's
Advice for Family Care Partners
Wednesday, June 20, 1:30 - 2:30pm
White Bear Heights Senior Living
4650 Centerville Road, White Bear Lake

  

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06/20/18
Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Techie Dudes!

Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Celebration!
  
Wednesday, June 20th Ribbon Cutting - 3:30pm!
  3607 White Bear Ave. N, WBL
651-330-6483

Join us for a Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Celebration for the newest Chamber member, Techie Dudes! You will enjoy a great afternoon of networking, meet Jeffry Borglum, President and learning more about how Techie Dudes can help you with your frustrating technology challenges. Remember your business cards!

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06/21/18
The Waters Summer Solstice Soiree

Summer Solstice Soire at The Waters
Thursday, June 21st
4:00 - 6:00pm
3820 Hoffman Road, WBL

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06/21/18
A Walk Down Memory Lane

The White Bear Lake Area Historical Society takes over Marketfest in downtown White Bear Lake on 4th Street.  Activities and booths highlighting programs and events brought to you by the White Bear Lake Area Historical Society featuring The OLD-FASHIONED CAKE WALK! Lucky winners will take home a delicious cake from GRANDMA'S BAKERY!

For more information about this FREEevent, please visit www.whitebearhistory.org, www.facebook.com/whitebearhistory or call us at 651-407-5327.
 

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06/21/18
 -06/24/18
Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat


Children's Performing Arts
Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
June 15-17, June 21-24  
Hanifl Performing Arts Center
4941 Long Ave., WBL
 
Click HERE to purchase your tickets - Tickets $20 adult/ $10 student & senior 
 
Champagne Toast/Reception (open to public):
Date: Saturday, June 16th
Time: 9-10pm
Champagne toast with strawberries and chocolate.

RSVP to info@childrensperformingartsmn.org
 
Sensory Friendly (Pay What You Can) performance June 15th: Click HERE to register.
 
One of the most enduring shows of all time is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is the reimagining of the Biblical story of Joseph, his father Jacob, eleven brothers (or so) and the coat of many colors.

Told entirely through song, with the help of our main characters the Narrators, who are story tellers to kids choir and integrate an interactive classroom feel. The musical follows preferred son Joseph. After being sold into slavery by his brothers, he ingratiates himself with Egyptian noble Potiphar, but ends up in jail after refusing the amorous advances of Potiphar’s wife. While imprisoned, Joseph shares his ability to interpret dreams, and he soon finds himself in front of the mighty but troubled, Elvis-inspired, Pharaoh. Joseph’s solution to Egypt’s famine elevates him to Pharaoh’s right-hand man and reunites him with his family.
The magical musical is full of catchy songs in a variety of styles, from a parody of French ballads (“Those Canaan Days”), to country-western (“One More Angel in Heaven”), calypso (“Benjamin Calypso”), bubble gum rock –n -roll (“Go Go Joseph” )along with the unforgettable classics “Any Dream Will Do” and “Close Every Door.” Join us on our journey as we embark on our dream to empower kids to thrive on lifes’ stage!
 
Contact Person: kari@childrensperformingartsmn.org or 651-336- 8613
 

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06/25/18
WBLAEF 19th Annual Golf Tournament

You're invited to the White Bear Lake Area Educational Foundation's 19th Annual Golf Tournament on

June 25, 2018 at Indian Hills Golf Club in Stillwater.

 


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06/25/18
WBLAEF 19th annual Golf Tournament

The WBLAEF 19th annual Golf Tournament will be held at Indian Hills Golf Club in Stillwater on Monday June 25, 2018. Come out for a great day on the course and support the White Bear Lake Area Educational Foundation! 


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06/25/18
White Bear, Minnesota: A Railroad Town!

Time travel with the White Bear Lake Area Historical Society celebrating 150 years of railroad history as we look at the evolution of rail transportation in our community and the importance of White Bear to the railroads. 

FREE event but donations are welcome.  Presented by the White Bear Lake Area Historical Society in partnership with the Ramsey County Library-White Bear Lake.  651-407-5327, www.whitebearhistory.org, www.facebook.com/whitebearhistory
 

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06/26/18
Running Aces CHAMBER NIGHT


Running Aces Chamber Night
Tuesday, Jun 26th - 7:00pm
15201 Zurich Street NE, Columbus

Special hosted night for Chamber members (receive a race package that includes a program, deck of cards, and $2 bet)
 

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07/10/18
Ribbon Cutting Celebration for Maplewood Area Historical Society

 

Ribbon Cutting Celebration for the Maplewood Area Historical Society
Tuesday, July 10th at 3:30pm
2170 County Road D East, Maplewood
651-748-8645

Join us for a Ribbon Cutting Celebration for the Maplewood Area Historical Society. You will enjoy a great afternoon of networking and learning more about the historical society and tour their beautiful facility. Remember your business cards!

The Maplewood Area Historical Society was incorporated as a non-profit 501(c)3 in 1997 to preserve and interpret the history of Maplewood through collections, events, exhibits and programs. Most of our events, exhibits and meetings are at the Bruentrup Heritage Farm but we also sponsor tours, talks and other programs offsite.
The Bruentrup Heritage Farm is located on 2 ½ acres of land with nine buildings that date back to 1891. It is surrounded on two sides by a 22 acre prairie maintained as Open Space by the City of Maplewood. The Farm is used for public events and exhibits and can be rented for private events such as weddings.

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07/12/18
Board Boot Camp

Greater White Bear Lake Community Foundation
is pleased to sponsor a workshop for current and prospective 
board members of local nonprofit organizations
 
Board Boot Camp offers current and prospective board members of local nonprofit organizations the opportunity to review their core responsibilities, clarify what they bring to a board, and learn how to be most effective as a board member. The workshop is presented by Propel Nonprofit (www.propelnonprofits.org), a Minneapolis-based organization that provides services and support to Minnesota nonprofit organizations.

 

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07/17/18
Concert at Vadnais Square

Concert at Vadnais Square
Celebrate summer at the free live outdoor concert and street dance on Tuesday, July 17 from 7-9pm featuring "Bad Girlfriends", a six -musician band, performing a high-energy mix of classic and current rock, county and pop. www.badgirlfriendsrock.com  The concert will take place at the Mad Jacks Cafe and F & M Bank parking lots.

Sponsored by the City of Vadnais Heights Parks and Recreation. www.cityvadnaisheights.com

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