Connecting Community & Culture Through Food

Save the Date: Thursday, March 28, 2024

Everyone is invited to this free community feast.

One Community. Many Stories.

Many Faces of the White Bear Lake area is a collaboration with a goal of building community by connecting the many stories of our area through events that invite personal reflection, a broadened understanding of the community, and neighborly interactions.

Growth Through Knowledge

We have compiled a list of resources on race, diversity and history.

Many Faces · Many Students Wacipi

Thank you to everyone who made this event a success!

Homelessness in Our Backyard

What can people do to help the homeless that live in the White Bear Lake community?

Be a mentor, show respect and connect with people. Volunteer at a shelter, food shelf or furniture bank. Contact legislators to change systems that cause affordable housing shortages. Research homelessness, attend seminars about homelessness and tell others what you’ve learned.  

Many Faces of the White Bear Lake Area recently conducted a learning session on homelessness at St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church in Mahtomedi. 

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Peyton Scott Russell. Artwork. Retrospective. 40 Years.

Peyton Scott Russell. Artwork. Retrospective. 40 Years.

White Bear Center for the Arts is thrilled to announce the opening of Peyton Scott Russell’s first retrospective exhibition, beginning February 2, 2023. Renowned Minneapolis-based graffiti artist Peyton Scott Russell, is famous worldwide for his depiction of George Floyd.

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