Education & Community

Canoe the Calm Waters

Connect with a Warner naturalist for a fun summer event. The Lee and Rose Warner Nature Center celebrates 50 years of building lasting relationships between people and the natural world. Start your relationship with a casual canoe paddle on Terrapin Lake in May Township. This naturalist led event will hopefully include wildlife sightings of eagles and beavers. Participants need to be able to get in and out of a canoe indepentdently. Ages 16+. Registration deadline is June 11.

Pride Parade and Festival

Celebrate the LGBTQ+ community in the heart of Loring Park with nearly 400 exhibitor booths, 40 delectable food vendors and four stages equipped with a live music and a variety of performances.

Stone Arch Bridge Festival

Kick off Father’s Day weekend with a stroll across the Mississippi River and Main Street to enjoy cuisine from a variety of food trucks, live music, art from local artists and more.

Manitou Days Parade

For over 50 years, Manitou Days has celebrated everything about White Bear Lake. From Marketfest on Thursdays to events on the lake, it kicks off with the parade that goes through downtown and along Lake Avenue to a party on Memorial Beach.

Movie Day : Viewer's Choice - LEGO Batman vs. How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

Join us at Stillwater Public Library on Thursday, June 13 at 3:00 p.m. for Movie Day!  Beat the heat and enjoy the a/c at the library where we'll be showing a yet-to-be-determined movie. We'll collect votes for which movie is shown: LEGO Batman vs. How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World. Voting begins in May.

Movie is free and no registration required. 

Dog Man Book Party

Join us at Stillwater Public Library on Saturday, June 29 at 10:30 a.m. for Dog Man Book Party. Come and enjoy activities based around the Dog Man book series by Dav Pilkey. Ages 6-12. 

Program is free, but registation is required.  To register, call 651-275-4338, stop by the Public Services Desk, or visit our website at stillwaterlibrary.org.

Teen Board Game Night

Join us at Stillwater Public Library on Tuesday, June 18 from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. for Teen Board Game Night. This is a great way to try new games, meet new people, and have an overall great time. Anyone ages 12 to 18 is encouraged to attend. Bring yourself, bring your friends, and have a blast trying new games and fun favorites. Check back for a list of games!

Program is free and no registration required. 

Giving Insights Forum: The Impact of Catholic education

A moderated panel of local and national experts will discuss the extent to which Catholic education impacts our families, parishes, and our community at large. This event is free and open to the public. Space is limited. Registration is required.

WonderWeavers Storytellers present: Stories Alive!

Join us at Stillwater Public Library on Saturday, June 8 at 10:30 a.m. for WonderWeavers Storytellers present: Stories Alive!  Reading and stories go hand in hand. In this lively program your favorite stories and books come alive with our unique blend of storytelling. Using audience participation, puppets, props and magic, this program promotes literacy and reinforces the importance of reading for people of all ages.

Program is free and no registration necessary. 

Teen BINGO Night at Stillwater Library

Join us at Stillwater Public Library on Thursday, June 6 at 6:00 p.m. for Teen BINGO Night. Feeling lucky? Bring your good luck charms to bingo night for teens! Prizes include books, candy, mystery prizes, & more. For teens in grades 7-12.

Program is free, but registration required. To register, call 651-275-4338, stop by the Public Services Desk, or visit our website at stillwaterlibrary.org.

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