An exhibit featuring the personal stories of new Americans from a dozen different countries — explore the life journeys of these amazing LEAP High School students. Some fled xenophobia. All left behind loved ones. Each of them has shown tremendous resiliency, ample courage, and unabashed hope as they imagine their futures in this new country.
Runs now through April 20. FREE.
George Latimer Central Library, 90 W 4th Street, Saint Paul. 651-266-7000.
On Saturday, April 14 at 2 PM, the library will host Students Voices Live, a reading and Q&A session led by student authors featured in the exhibit.
Want the single best people watching event of the year? Actual people wearing exotic clothing and drinking, praying their latex doesn’t burst like a balloon? In its third year after local BDSM store Bondesque took it over, the Rubberball is one of those events that says Minnesota is more than meets the eye.
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Not your everyday library program! Enjoy stand-up comedy with Baddies Comedy Co. Local comedians Pierre Douglas, Bruce Williams, and Brandon Riddley offer up an evening of urban comedy entertainment. Presented by Saint Paul Public Library and funded with Minnesota Arts &… Continue Reading →
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