Quality Inn & Suites Arden Hills - Saint Paul North
1125 Red Fox Rd
Arden Hills, MN 55112-6945
Phone: (651) 484-6557
Fax: (651) 484-9521
Affiliated with the Fellowship of Christian Assemblies, the Hope Christian Church is known for its yearly concert series. Actively involved with outreach programs and offering regular bible teaching, this small community church is a welcoming sanctuary for all. There is a children's church on Sundays besides the usual worship meetings.
Warner Coliseum is located within the Minnesota State Fairgrounds in Falcon Heights, close to St. Paul. Originally the St. Paul Hippodrome, it has been recently named after Lee and Rosa Warner who served and supported the Minnesota State Fair for several years. It is a massive 5,250-seater venue which is chiefly used for cattle, horse, poultry shows during the Fair. During the Fair, the Coliseum becomes the locus of the typical Midwest spirit which loves to boast of its fine pedigree animals. Several small stalls and shops are also housed here for the duration of the Fair. In the winter months, the Coliseum is used as an ice rink for local ice hockey tournaments.
Blue & White Taxi was set up in the 1930s and constantly strive to provide an affordable and safe means of transport. Committed to offer prompt service with GPS facilitated cabs to the people of Minneapolis and the suburbs, the company is one of the premier taxi companies in the twin cities. With a fleet of more than 160 cars, it has become the city's preferred service. Blue & White offer taxi as well as courier services within and outside the city.
Divided into a hockey arena on one end and a basketball ground on the other, this massive sports arena is a wonderful place to catch a game or two. Williams Arena and Sports Pavilion features a unique raised floor design. The area can hold a party of 14000 people while the arena can hold up to 5000 people. At this arena one can catch the future stars of American basketball or hockey show off their skills. On match days the stadium is packed to capacity with fans rooting for their respective teams. The old Mariucci Arena within Williams was remodeled into the Sports Pavilion and now houses the volleyball, wrestling and gymnastic teams.
University of Minnesota Aquatic Center, provides the twin city with state-of-the-art aqua facility. The center houses a 50 meter indoor pool which is 8 lane wide. The seating capacity of the center is over 1,350 persons and is a well known venue that hosts various national level competitions. The University of Minnesota Aquatic Center also offers services and facilities like water aerobics, 'learn to swim and dive' programs and indoor sailing and water polo.
The pride of Maplewood and the envy of the east metro, this facility includes gyms, a weight room, a lap pool and a wading pool (with a slide and fountain), an auditorium, numerous meeting rooms and banquet halls. Many classes and activities are offered, including racquetball, water aerobics, yoga, theatre, concerts and basketball. On-site daycare is subject to closure if no children are registered. Call ahead to register. The snack bar serves hot dogs, nachos, pizza and more, and is open until an hour before closing.
Since 1893 Concordia University St Paul has been providing quality education and working with the aim of providing a Christian Learning Environment. Starting off with temporary quarters, this institute has come a long way since then, and has shaped thousands of careers in its wake. Pioneers of private institution in whole of Minnesota, this University also houses Graebner Memorial Chapel and Meyer Hall; both serve as venues for various events. From athletics to vast resources that aide quality education, Concordia University surpasses excellence.
The Minnesota Judicial Center was constructed in 1915 and occupies tremendous monumental significance. The building is home to the state's Supreme Court and also the Court of Appeals. It also comprehensively constitutes the state law library and the Workers' Compensation Court of Appeals. It is enriched with as many as eight two-story ionic columns made moreover by granite. The historically significant building is enlisted on the National Register of Historic Places in the name of the Minnesota Historical Society Building.
This private hospital provides the only Level 1 Trauma center in the east metro. It recently added a 140,000 square-foot expansion, including a state-of-the-art Birth Center, Heart Center, Surgical Intensive Care and more. One of the premier medical facilities in the state with a nationally-known Burn Center, one of the first in the country back in 1963. With over 400 beds, the hospital provides care to the east metro and western Wisconsin. Regions is a HealthPartners facility.
This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. Call for details of upcoming services and events.
St. Paul Armory is one of those venues that can be safely deemed multi-purpose. From Military Shows to boxing championships this place has hosted them all. Some of the other events include women's rugby matches, along with a variety of other sporting events. This venue is rented out for various social events. St. Paul Armory also takes active part in community service like organizing various social-awareness and health care campaigns, making it a lynch-pin venue of the city.
What commenced as a Sunday School started by Harriet Bishop has now turned out to be one of the most sought-after churches in Minnesota, called the First Baptist Church of St. Paul. The school was initially started as Harriet found 32 children with no school facilities and resources. It was constructed in 1874 and is built by Monroe and Romaine Sheire. It traces the renowned Gothic Revival style of architecture and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.