Page 2 of 2 Previous
The event is limited to 30 bikers. Helmets are required. All ages are welcome, and the fee is $5 per family.
St. Francis Medical Center hosts baby fair
Those thinking about having children, as well as those who are expecting or who are already parents, are invited to the seventh annual baby fair, with speakers, vendors and activities.
The St. Francis Regional Medical Center event will be held Saturday, June 22, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Shakopee Senior High School. Local experts will share parenting advice, and all-day family activities include free healing touch and integrative therapies, face-painting, the Minnesota Zoomobile, family portraits, crafts for kids, finger-painting, ambulance and fire truck exploration, and live music.
The school is located at 11 17th Av. in Shakopee.
Outdoor pool will be open until Aug. 18
The Farmington outdoor pool opened for the season June 12 and will remain open until Aug. 18.
The pool offers amenities including a small drop slide, diving bay with 1- and 2-meter boards, a wading pool, funbrellas, chaise lounge chairs, picnic tables and open lockers for the public.
The wading pool has a capacity of 68 swimmers and the main pool can hold 344 swimmers.
The pool is located at 626 Heritage Way in Farmington. For more information, call 651-463-3450.
Cafe in depot could open by August
The latest effort to make a go of food service inside the historic train depot in downtown Savage is expected to launch in August, city council members are being told.
City Administrator Barry Stock reported late last week that a lease has been finalized and the tenants are preparing a kitchen plan for approval by health officials.