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Events: June 20- July 9

Life Rosemount,Minnesota 55024
Rosemount Town Pages
Events: June 20- July 9
Rosemount Minnesota P.O. Box 192 / 312 Oak St. 55024

June 20

Irishette car wash

The Rosemount High School Irishettes will hold a car wash 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 20 at the Rosemount Good Year.

Plan, Plant, Grow

Dakota County Master Gardeners are offering a new series of small-space vegetable garden classes called Plan, Plant, and Grow. This series of classes runs every Saturday morning 10 to 11 a.m. from June 6 through September 12 at the Display Gardens at Umore Park 1605 160 St.

June 22

Robot camp at the library

Dakota County 4-H will help teens, 12 and up, build a drawing robot 1 p.m. June 22 at the Robert Trail Library. Teens will build the robot and be able to take it home. There are a limited number of spots for this, so registration is required. It's a wonderful combination of science and art. Please register online from the Dakota County Library events calendar, or by calling the library at 480-1200.

Reader's theatre

On June 22, from 3:00 to 4:30 p.m., kids aged 7-12 can join in "theater" with assigned roles, scripts and a chance to use expression and gestures to bring dialogue alive. If you like the idea of acting, you will love Reader's Theater.

This event does require registration. Register online at or call 651-480-1200.

June 22-26

Skateboard camp

3rd Lair will host a skateboard camp this summer 9 a.m. to noon June 22 through 26 at the Rosemount Skate Park 3rd Lair is bringing their skating professionals out to Rosemount for an unforgettable week of tricks, instruction, skating and surprises. Whether a beginner or intermediate skater, this camp is perfect for you. We'll start with the basics including balance, pushing and dropping in. Once you've mastered these, we'll pull out all the tricks such as ollies, kick flips, heal flips, ramp riding and much more. To top it off, on Friday we will be treated to a skating contest complete with prizes, goodies and an instructor demonstration. A skateboard and helmet are mandatory for the camp. Kneepads, elbow pads and wrist guards are highly recommended. Bring water and a snack to camp each day.

Cost is $120 per person. Call the parks and recreation office for more information at 651-322-6000.

June 23

Tuesday Evening in the Garden

The Dakota County Master Gardeners will hold their Tuesday Evenings in the Garden class June 23.

The topic will be Fruit Trees taught by Bob Condon and Sally McNamara.

The classes begin at 6:30 p.m. and will be held at 1605 160th St W (CR 46) in Rosemount.

June 24

Relay for life Captain's meeting

The last Relay for Life team captains meeting and t-shirt pick up will start at 6:30 p.m. June 24 in Central Park.

June 26

Relay for Life

The Rosemount Relay for Life will begin 6 p.m. Friday, June 26 in Central Park. The event will run until the following morning. Help raise money for the American Cancer Society by attending.

June 27

RAAA breakfast

Rosemount Area Athletic Association will host a fundraising breakfast 8 to 10 a.m. Saturday, June 27. The breakfast will be held at Enjoy! restaurant in Apple Valley.

June 30

Tuesday Evening in the Garden

The Dakota County Master Gardeners will hold their Tuesday Evenings in the Garden class June 23.

The topic will be Got the Blueberry Blues? taught by Warren Banks.

The classes begin at 6:30 p.m. and will be held at 1605 160th St W (CR 46) in Rosemount.

Shamrock Film Festival deadline

Entries to the Shamrock Film Festival must be postmarked by June 30.

All Minnesota makers can submit a short film to the contest. Films must be less than 12-minutes.

The festival will be held at 6:30 p.m. July 17 in the Rosemount Community Center auditorium.

For more information visit

July 9

Help tend the preserve

Volunteers are needed to help tend the Rosemount Wildlife Preserve located in north central part of the city 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, July 9. Volunteers will help tend ferns, flowers, grasses and sedges to help preserve increasingly rare local wildlife habitat and improve watershed health. Volunteers will work in a small group alongside Friends of the Mississippi River staff to learn about the area, including the plants. All supplies, guidance and snacks and water will be provided.

Capacity is limited to ten volunteers to ensure adequate supplies and a quality volunteer experience.

To sign up contact Friends of the Mississippi River's Meghan Dudle, at 651-222-2193 x23 or Additional information is available at the event listing on FMR's calendar,, "Events and Activities."