On this page:
• St Anthony Park 4th of July Parade
• Boy Scout Troop 17
• Christmas Caroling
• Keystone Community Services
• St Anthony Park Co-Op Preschool
• The Schubert Club - Music In The Park Series
St Anthony Park 4th of July Parade
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Boy Scout Troop 17
SAPUCCers go Christmas caroling, singing to home-bound members as well as to residents at the St. Anthony Park Nursing Home.
Keystone Community Services
St. Anthony Park UCC is in partnership with Keystone Community Services. Headquartered in St. Paul's Merriam Park neighborhood, Keystone provides crisis assistance to people in need of rent and deposit assistance, household utilities, and car repairs. They also have 3 local food shelves that serve thousands of people every year. Keystone provides these services to residents of a particular service area in Ramsey County. The Keystone staff determines whether a person in need is eligible to receive services through their agency. St. Anthony Park supports Keystone financially and makes referrals to them.
St Anthony Park Co-Op Preschool
On Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday during the regular school year, the pre-school is in session in the classrooms on the church’s lower level. The Co-Op Preschool serves children ages 3 to 5. For more information, visit their blog: sapcp.blogspot.com
The Schubert Club - Music In The Park Series
Each season, Music in the Park Series presents a concert chamber music series at the acoustically and architecturally superb Saint Anthony Park United Church of Christ, "home" to the series since 1979. This intimate setting makes possible a connection between performers and audiences that cannot be duplicated in larger halls and offers listeners a rare opportunity to enjoy one of the richest and most varied forms of musical literature. Through imaginative and varied programming, traditional chamber music, jazz, new compositions, and popular music are all available in a context which links rather than separates them. It is this special quality about the series that draws composers, performers, and audience members alike to the Church.
For decades, Music in the Park Series and The Schubert Club have collaborated on artistic projects and in July 2010 the organizations merged to become one. Music in the Park Series is now part of The Schubert Club and will continue to flourish under the auspices of The Schubert Club and the care of Julie Himmelstrup as Artistic Director of the Series. Visit www.schubert.org/musicinthepark
for more information.
This page last modified on September 2, 2016