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  • Cherokee Park and Path Walking Tour

    Explore the West Side's Cherokee Park, learning about the land, the history of the park, and see the Mississippi river from various lookout points. Bring binoculars to observe the birds. There will be some moderate hiking through the woods so good walking or hiking shoes are suggested . We will walk approximately 2.8 miles and there will be few, if any, places to sit. Tour Activity Rating: 4 (Demanding - Extensive walking/stairs/standing) Tour will begin at the corner of Chippewa Avenue and Curtice Street. See your Registration Confirmation email for more information. In accordance with the state mask guidelines (https://www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/coronavirus/facecover.html), masks are not required for outdoor programs where participants can maintain physical distancing. We ask that you (and/or your child) continue to bring a mask and wear it in all outdoor instances where physical distancing cannot be maintained. If you are feeling ill on the day of class, please do not attend.
  • Extended Tour Inquiry 2021

    *Note- When you register for this course you are registering to have a electronic brochure with registration information emailed to you; you are not registering for an actual tour. St. Paul Community Education is pleased to offer a number of extended tours for 2021 in cooperation with Landmark Tours. A local, family-owned tour operator, Landmark’s inclusive packages feature round-trip airfare, quality accommodations in great locations, many enjoyable meal experiences, admission to all itinerary attractions, deluxe motorcoach transportation, and the services of a professional Tour Manager. Upcoming travel opportunities include Autumn in New England : September Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta : September Iceland- In Search of the Northern Lights : October Savannah, Charleston & Asheville: October & April Philadelphia to Williamsburg: October Taste of Italy : November Christmas in New York : December Tournament of Roses Parade : December Southern California Escape: January Hawaii: February New Orleans: March Washington, D.C. : March Tulip Time Getaway – Holland & Belgium: April Great Capitals of Eastern Canada: May To inquire about these tours and receive detailed tour information, do one of the following: Click the 'Enroll Now' button on this page to register to receive information by email in the confirmation notes.
  • F. Scott Fitzgerald's Summit Hill Walking Tour

    Within just a few square miles in Saint Paul's Summit Hill neighborhood, F. Scott Fitzgerald met people and experienced things that would shape his life and career as a writer. Fitzgerald lived in other cities during his lifetime, but it was Saint Paul that he revisited in his writing time and time again. Come stroll this historic neighborhood to hear and see how he spent his formative years - from his prep school education to learning the waltz to bringing his new baby home from the hospital. Tour will begin from: 25 North Dale, St Paul 55102, one block north of Summit Avenue. Participants must be able to walk approximately 3 miles on fairly flat terrain without places to sit. Tour Activity Rating: 4 (Demanding - Extensive walking/stairs/standing) In accordance with the state mask guidelines (https://www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/coronavirus/facecover.html), masks are not required for outdoor programs where participants can maintain physical distancing. We ask that you (and/or your child) continue to bring a mask and wear it in all outdoor instances where physical distancing cannot be maintained. If you are feeling ill on the day of class, please do not attend.
  • Introduction to Stand Up Paddle Boarding

    Paddle boarding is a great way to get some exercise while out on the water, and easier than you think! Receive instruction, and spend most of the class out on paddle boards. A qualified instructor from Wargo Nature Center will be along to provide instruction and answer all your questions. No experience is required and all equipment is included. Tour Rating: 4 (Demanding – extensive walking/stairs/standing) In accordance with the state mask guidelines (https://www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/coronavirus/facecover.html), masks are not required for outdoor programs where participants can maintain physical distancing. We ask that you (and/or your child) continue to bring a mask and wear it in all outdoor instances where physical distancing cannot be maintained. If you are feeling ill on the day of class, please do not attend. Please see your Registration Confirmation email for more information on the location.
  • Take a Walk on the Wild Side - Native Prairie Plants

    Explore the prairie of Belwin Conservancy and immerse yourself in the late summer colors and textures of the restored Oak Savanna at the Creative Center. Our walk will focus on unique characteristics of prairie flowers and grasses as well as cultural and natural history of the prairie landscape. Bring binoculars if you have them. Tour Activity Rating : 4 (Demanding - Extensive walking/stairs/standing) In accordance with the state mask guidelines (https://www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/coronavirus/facecover.html), masks are not required for outdoor programs where participants can maintain physical distancing. We ask that you (and/or your child) continue to bring a mask and wear it in all outdoor instances where physical distancing cannot be maintained. If you are feeling ill on the day of class, please do not attend.
  • The Mighty Mississippi Walking Tour

    Discover the role of the Mississippi River in shaping Saint Paul's past and present. While walking along the downtown riverfront, hear stories about its history and the people who made their homes and livings along this amazing river. Tour Rating: 4 (Demanding - extensive walking/stairs/standing) Meet at Upper Landing Park, at Shepard Road and Eagle Street Parkway (180 Shepard Rd). See your Registration Confirmation email for more information. In accordance with the updated state mask guidelines (https://www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/coronavirus/facecover.html), masks will no longer be required for outdoor programs where participants can maintain physical distancing. We ask that you (and/or your child) continue to bring a mask and wear it in all outdoor instances where physical distancing cannot be maintained. If you are feeling ill on the day of class, please do not attend.
  • Walk This Way - Keller Regional Park

    Meet up with a leisurely group and visit some lesser known parks and trails in and near Saint Paul. Keller Regional Park is located in Maplewood and is part of the Ramsey County Park System. This park is a great place to take a break and enjoy the trails that wind around Keller Lake. Walk at your own pace, delight in the great outdoors, and connect with others who enjoy the same! Walk will begin from the Fishing Area at 2390 Keller Parkway, Maplewood 55109 on the north side of the Spoon Lake. . For the comfort of all participants, please leave your animal friends at home. In accordance with the state mask guidelines (https://www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/coronavirus/facecover.html), masks are not required for outdoor programs where participants can maintain physical distancing. We ask that you (and/or your child) continue to bring a mask and wear it in all outdoor instances where physical distancing cannot be maintained. If you are feeling ill on the day of class, please do not attend.
  • Walking Tour: Immigration and the (Re)Making of Saint Paul's East Side

    Examine the role of immigration in the making and remaking of St. Paul's East Side over the last 150 years. Explore Swede Hollow and its role as the first site of settlement in the 1850s, Then onto Payne Avenue, a center of immigrant life from Swedish, Italian, and German immigrants of the 19th century, to the Hmong, Mexican, and Salvadoran immigrants of the late 20th and early 21st centuries. Tour Activity Rating: 4 (Demanding - Extensive walking/stairs/standing) Tour will leave promptly from the Eastside Freedom Library at 1105 Greenbrier Street, Saint Paul, MN 55106. In accordance with the state mask guidelines (https://www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/coronavirus/facecover.html), masks are not required for outdoor programs where participants can maintain physical distancing. We ask that you (and/or your child) continue to bring a mask and wear it in all outdoor instances where physical distancing cannot be maintained. If you are feeling ill on the day of class, please do not attend.