Upcoming Events in Roseville Minnesota
Arts @ the OVAL
- Join us for an early season fine arts exposition and sale of jewelry, pottery, photography, fiber art and paintings by more than 25 juried artists. 10am-4pm.
Address: Roseville Skating Center, 2661 Civic Center Drive , Roseville, Minnesota
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It's Tapping Time!
- Do you ever wonder where maple syrup comes from? You can find out at the Harriet Alexander Nature Center’s annual "It's Tapping Time!" event. Join us on either Saturday or Sunday; drop-in when you want and stay as long as you wish.
Volunteers will tap maple trees, collect sap and boil it to make delicious maple syrup. Learn about traditional syruping methods, enjoy Native American stories, and taste maple treats. No charge for this sweet family outing!
For more information, please call the Harriet Alexander Nature Center at (651) 765-HANC (4262). We're located at 2520 N. Dale Street, Roseville, MN 55113 (just south of County Road C).
Address: Harriet Alexander Nature Center, 2520 Dale Street N , Roseville, Minnesota
Earth Day Celebration
- Come help us welcome back Spring and celebrate our planet at the Earth Day Celebration at the Harriet Alexander Nature Center (HANC) in Roseville. We'll also be marking HANC's birthday, with cake! You can check out the exhibits and activities inside the building and take a guided tour of the marsh on the boardwalk, and more. Full details on our website by the week before the event.
The Harriet Alexander Nature Center is located at 2520 Dale Street N. in Roseville. For more information please call (651) 765-HANC (4262) or visit us online at http://www.cityofroseville.com/HANC.
Address: Harriet Alexander Nature Center, 2520 Dale Street N. , Roseville, Minnesota
Wild Rice Festival
- The Harriet Alexander Nature Center (HANC) is pleased to announce its Annual Wild Rice Festival on Saturday, 10am-4pm. This family-friendly celebration of wild rice, the Minnesota harvest season, and Native American cultures is an all-day event presented with the assistance of event partners the Pow Wow Grounds Cafe and Gibbs Farm. The Festival is free of admission charge, thanks to generous sponsors. All aspects of the festival will take place on the grounds of the nature center at 2520 N. Dale Street, Roseville, Minnesota.
A major goal of the festival is to provide education to the Roseville area community about local Native American cultures and traditions. You can learn how wild rice is harvested and processed the traditional way, and check out the Gibbs Farm tipi. Seasonal harvest activities might include honey extraction (been an off year for the bees as well) and help press yourself a cup of fresh apple cider. Food concessions include Native American offerings, including fry bread, by Pow Wow Grounds Café.
More information about the Wild Rice Festival, a Zero Waste event, can be found at https://www.cityofroseville.com/wildrice or by calling the Harriet Alexander Nature Center at (651) 765-HANC (4262).
Address: Harriet Alexander Nature Center, 2520 N. Dale Street , Roseville, Minnesota
Annual Tapped & Uncorked
- Outdoors at the Roseville OVAL, sample local beer, wine, cider and distilled spirits while dancing to the live music of Power of 10. Food trucks, fun games like Human Foosball, and more! Sales are through Brown Paper Tickets, https://tappedanduncorked.com, or in person at Roseville Parks and Recreation office at City Hall. All the current details will be posted on that website as well. 6-10pm.
Event is presented by the Friends of Roseville Parks, a non-profit organization whose members raise funds for the benefit of all Roseville parks and recreation facilities. Tapped & Uncorked brings our community together in a unique location with an opportunity to sample and support local small businesses, plus it’s loads of fun! All funds go directly to the parks to provide recreational facilities and activities for families, children and adults.
Online ticket sales through Ticketleap.com found on the website.
Address: Guidant John Rose MN OVAL, 2661 Civic Center Dr , Roseville, Minnesota
Roseville Halloween Spook-tacular
- Come out to the Harriet Alexander Nature Center for a Halloween Spook-tacular! Sponsored by Skyline Electric and Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers, it's a night of ghostly games, devilish demonstrations and a fun-filled horse-drawn wagon ride! The event is from 4:00-7:00pm and the $7 fee per person ($8 at the door if space remains) includes loads of Halloween fun including the wagon ride, Carnival Hall, Bruce the Bug Guy, refreshments and entertainment at the Halloween fire circle. Children must be accompanied by an adult; costumes are encouraged.
Registration is required. You can do it online, cityofroseville.com/registration (keyword: Halloween) or at Parks and Recreation at City Hall in person or by phone, (651) 792-7110.
Address: Harriet Alexander Nature Center, 2520 Dale St. N. , Roseville, Minnesota
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Roseville Holiday Craft Fair
- Spread out over two levels, the annual Holiday Craft Fair features more than 50 local crafters and artists selling all-handmade wares, perfect for holiday giving. Items include soaps and balms; natural stone, fused glass, beaded and other fine jewelry; photography; pottery; knitted items; fine chocolates and delicious jams; pure maple syrup, and so much more
The Holiday Craft Fair is put on by volunteers from the Harriet Alexander Nature Center (HANC); all vendor fees go to HANC to support environmental education programs. For more information about the event, including a list of participating crafters and a gallery of some of their work, go to HolidayCraftFair.com. For more information about the nature center, please call (651) 765-HANC (4262) or visit CityofRoseville.com/HANC.
Address: Roseville City Hall, 2660 Civic Center Drive , Roseville, Minnesota