2019 Saint Paul Safe Summer Nights Schedule June 6th to October 26th

The Safe Summer Nights program was started up by Tom Campion who thought people of St Paul need to get to know their Police, Fire Fighters and other first responders.

It is a chance to network with people in your neighborhood.  Great Food and Great People and Great Family Friendly Fun.

Look for a nearby date or hit them all   See you there.  Here is the schedule below with maps.

Schedule:

The program has been so successful that it generated interest throughout the Metro with events in Saint Paul and eight in surrounding communities. One is a neighborhood barbecue that takes place at various parks around the city. Events begin at 5 p.m. and go to 7 p.m. every Thursday beginning in June and running through August.  The list for 2019 Safe Summer Nights Events is below:

June 6     McDonough Rec Center (1544 Timberlake Rd) Map
June 13  Linwood Rec Center (860 St. Clair Ave) Map
June 20  Dayton’s Bluff Rec Center (800 Conway St) Map
June 27  Rice St Rec Center (1021 Marion St) Map


July 11    MLK Rec Center (271 N. Mackubin St) Map
July 18    Conway Park (2090 Conway St) Map
July 25    Parque de Castillo (149 Cesar Chavez St) Map


August 1     Hamline Park (1564 Lafond Ave) Map
August 8     Arlington Hills Rec Center (1200 Payne Ave) Map
August 15  Palace Community Center (791 Palace Ave) Map
August 22  Oxford Community Center (270 Lexington Pkwy N) Map
August 29  Highwood Hills Rec Center (2188 Londin Ln E) Map


October 26 SPECIAL EVENT  Arlington Hills Fall Festival (1200 Payne Ave) Map

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