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  1. Friends of the Parks Annual Tree Sale Begins

    February 1, 2019 - April 19, 2019

    Friends of the Parks and Trails of Saint Paul and Ramsey County offers plants for yards or balconies as well as the opportunity to donate trees to parks throughout the entire metropolitan area. The sale will go live online February 1, 2019. The order deadline is April 19 and you’ll pick up your great stuff Saturday, May 4, 9:00am to 1:00pm at 2015 Van Dyke in Maplewood. For the first time ever, they are offering a perennial in addition to the usual offerings of trees and shrubs. Native liatris, or blazing star as it’s commonly known, is a favorite of monarch butterflies and other pollinators. Additionally, they have blueberries, currants, plum, redbud, maple, elm, blue spruce, lilac, hydrangea, clematis, mock orange and more.

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  1. After School Soccer - IL

    February 14, 2019, 4:05 PM - 5:05 PM @ Island Lake Elementary School

    Get a kick out of winter! Work on the fundamentals of soccer in a supportive, fun setting. Good sportsmanship is emphasized.

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  2. Yoga For All Levels

    February 14, 2019, 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM @ Community Room

    Long Life Yoga is your “just right” yoga for longevity. Senior Yoga? Too gentle, few results. Vinyasa Flow? Too dangerous, risky for the joints/spine. Both are often taught by instructors with little experience. Long Life Yoga is a unique class developed over 20 years by YogaHotDish founder Shaila Cunningham. This challenging class weeds out poses and techniques where the risk does not justify the reward. It also approaches yoga as “meditation in motion” so you capture the cognitive and mood benefits—impossible with music and mirrors. So what is your longevity strategy? You try to plan early for your financial retirement, but what is your wellness plan for ensuring you can continue to live fully and enjoy it? Long Life Yoga is for active seniors, desk/sedentary workers, beginners, those rehabbing injuries or wanting to avoid them in the first place. Must be able to get up off the floor unassisted, albeit slowly.

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