Here are five items to take note of today in Oakdale.
Oakdale on Monday announced that it has extended the registration deadline for an upcoming daddy-daughter dance.
“Princesses ages 3 to 8 are invited to join Cinderella and her friends, Mulan and Rapunzel, for an enchanting evening of dancing, crafts, refreshments, and princess fun,” reads part of the release.
Each girl will receive her own personalized tote bag, jewelry craft project, and “royal” gift.
The event will be held from 6:30-8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 18, at the Oakdale Discovery Center, 4444 Hadley Ave.
The cost is $27 per couple. There is no residency requirement to participate.
Register by Oct. 17 at the Discovery Center or at www.oakdalefun.com.
“Hidden in Plain View: A Touring Photo Exhibit” will be on display at the Oakdale Library during November and December.
The photographs are by Amy Anderson, Michael Dvorak, Peter Latner and Tom Wik.
“The photographers have captured the beauty, humor and poignancy of our everyday lives here in the Midwest,” reads a release from Washington County Library. “Through their art, they encourage us to look at our surroundings from a new, intimate perspective.”
The exhibit was organized by MELSA, the Metropolitan Library Service Agency, and is funded with money from Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Call the Oakdale Library, 1010 Heron Ave. N., for more information: 651-730-0504.
Oakdale Mayor Carmen Sarrack last week toured a condo where several major projects were completed thanks to a loan facilitated by the city.
Christ Lutheran Church in Lake Elmo posted about an upcoming sauerkraut supper on the Oakdale Patch events page.
Fish Creek Open Space
Ramsey County Parks and Recreation is looking for volunteers to help out at the Fish Creek Open Space.