811 Dominion Drive
Hudson, WI 54016
Phone: (715) 386-6355
Fax: (715) 386-9778
Those in attendance can marvel at large windows, arched ceiling, chandeliers, ornate pulpit and the functioning pump organ, not to forget the sprawling lawn area. The Kinnickinnic Church built in 1868 was left in an abandoned state for many years. It was the locals who decided to prevent the church from being sold out as they wanted it to be turned into a historic monument. As time passed, the Kinnickinnic Historical Association took charge and bought this vacant church. The association is a supreme caretaker of the church and hosts various fund-raising activities and social events. The Kinnickinnic Church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the year 2000.
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.
Constructed in 1924, the St. Stefan's Romanian Orthodox Church is a distinct church located in South St. Paul in Minnesota. The historical church site has made its way to the National Register of Historic Places, owing to its terrific monumental value. The architectural styles followed in its structuring are the Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals. Initially, constructed in order to serve for the worship needs of the Romanian American immigrants, the church, even today, functions peacefully as a Romanian Orthodox Church.
The noted First Presbyterian Church is a historic church located in downtown Hastings, in Minnesota. Built in 1876, the ancient monumental church is also fondly referred as the First United Presbyterian Church. While the congregation was established in 1855, the church structure is encompassed on a land area of less than one acre. It is a supreme structure built by architect Charles Daniel. The building follows the Romanesque style of architecture. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Constructed in 1916 in the Beaux Arts Style, Riverview Branch Library is located in St. Paul's West Side. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984, the library includes facilities like computers with Internet access and 50-capacity meeting room. The library is open Monday through Saturday.
St. Matthew's School was constructed in 1901. Its remarkable Late Victorian style design makes it an architectural landmark in the St. Paul streetscape. Originally built to serve immigrants from Germany, it now belongs to the local community.
Named in the honor of Jerome J. Hill, theater has witnessed a number of events. It houses up-to date audio-visual and lighting equipments. The interior that bold colors, is tastefully done and this warm, comfortable venue seats 267 people. This multi-purpose venue caters to all kinds of events, be it a conference, a theater act, a play or seminar. The LCD projection and internet access are added values. It has been host to a number of events and its downtown location makes it a favorable choice.
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.
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.
Central Presbyterian Church strives to foster humanitarianism through their preaching and services. This church also takes an initiative to imbibe good virtues in children through worship leadership, classrooms and programs for varying ages, and nurture inter-generational connection. Besides the regular sermons, the church also conducts various events and classes including Adult Education Youth Choir, Alcoholics Anonymous, Coffee and Fellowship Hour and a host of others. So come by not just to pray to God and socialize but also to engage in some educational activities.
The UBS Forum is a platform where issues of general concern are addressed. Located on the top floor of Minnesota Public Radio Headquarters Building, it houses visual and recording equipments that are state-of-art. It is a place where citizens debate and find a solution for concerns and critical problems. The collective knowledge thus gathered is then broadcast using the studio equipments. Check website for details.
St. Agatha's Conservatory of Music and Arts is located in the heart of downtown St. Paul. Formerly a convent of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, it was the pioneering fine arts school in the state. The Exchange Building now houses several offices and commercial spaces. It was built in 1908 and illustrates Beaux Arts style of architecture. Some of its features include a double staircase at the entrance as well as an enclosed rooftop garden.