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Thursday, June 23 Monday, July 4
THURSDAY JUNE 23

SATURDAY JUNE 25

Taste of Rosefest 5-8 pm

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Muriel Sahlin Arboretum

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Rosefest 2016 declares: I am Roseville!

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Above, the Roseville Community Band hopped in a trailer and


did their thing during last years Rose Parade. At right, Run for
the Roses finishers receive the real thing few things say I am
Roseville! better.

Its a declaration of where youre from, where you live and where
you love: I am Roseville! is the motto of this years annual city celebration, Rosefest.
The summer festival kicks off with the Taste of Rosefest on
Thursday, June 23, running through the weekend with various
events, punctuated by the Rosefest Rose Parade on Monday, June 27.
A week later, Rosefest returns for its annual Independence Day
celebration, the Party in the Park on Monday, July 4.
Its become a long-standing family tradition, says Jill Anfang,
the assistant director of Roseville Parks and Recreation, which organizes the weeklong Rosefest. Its got a good legacy going lets be
proud of ourselves, lets demonstrate who we are.
New this year, Rosefest buttons highlighting the festival slogan are
being given away for free. The button is designed to help residents
demonstrate how they feel about their city.
Its an opportunity to show off their Roseville pride, Anfang
see Rosefest on page 8

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Plus, the store is well stocked with grills, lawn mowers and garden supplies.

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It's for the birds

Ace carries a full line of feeding stations for your feathered friends and all the seeds that
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bird seed but some residents, kids especially, love to watch those acrobats in action, so
Ace also offers squirrel feeders: just mount them near a window away from your bird feeders and let the action begin!
And with summer in mind, don't forget the lawn. Ace has a full selection of soils, grass
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Ace also has an almost endless variety of products, including Craftsman tools. "We're
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we're open seven days a week."
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more female customers into the store. "An increasing number of women are doing their
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Rosefest...
continued from page 6

says of the buttons, which will be available at all Rosefest events and through
the parks and recreation department.
Organizers encourage residents to
show off their button on social media
like Facebook and Twitter. Tag @IamRosevilleMN or use #IamRoseville to
help spread the word.
Other Rosefest favorites will also
return, of course, including the annual
Golden Rose Medallion Hunt, the Run
for the Roses, the Outback Rosefest
Golf Tournament and the Porsche Car
Show.
Highlights of Rosefest 2016 include:
Thursday, June 23
Taste of Rosefest, 5-8 p.m. at the
Muriel Sahlin Arboretum in Central
Park. See the full story on page 15.
Live at the Rog: the Wax-Tones.
The 60s pop music cover band will
play a fast-paced set of well-known
songs that will make you want to
dance, so go ahead and do it. Bring a
chair or blanket for seating options and
get there at 7 p.m., when the music
starts. The Frank Rog Amphitheatre is
located at 2540 N. Lexington Ave.
The first clue of the Golden Rose
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The annual tradition that is the
Golden Rose Medallion Hunt is
back this year, offering the winner
or winners a prize package worth
more than $500 of giftcards and
giveaways from local businesses.
Keep up on the clues and search
Rosevilles parks for a chance to
win. The first Medallion Hunt clue
will be released June 23 at 7 p.m.
just prior to the Live @ the Rog!
show by the Wax-Tones. From
there, the hunt continues through
June 28. Twitter users can follow
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and clues, otherwise keep an eye
on www.cityofroseville.com/2592/
Golden-Rose-Medallion-Hunt for
more information.

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clues are released daily to ultimately
find the medallion. Whoever finds it
will receive a prize package of local gift
certificates.
Friday, June 24
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Roll/Run...
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7:30 p.m. The skating center is located
at 2661 Civic Center Drive.
Discover Your Parks: Family Fest
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A look to the past...

Looking back at previous years of


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finishers receive a red rose. The race


day also includes a half-mile fun run
for families on the OVAL track. Call
651-792-7007 to register or go to www.
cityofroseville.com. The skating center
is located at 2661 Civic Center Drive.
Great American Backyard Campout. Join your neighbors for a camping trip without having to leave your
hometown its the Great American
Backyard Campout at the Harriet Alexander Nature Center. Beginning at 5
p.m. set up camp and enjoy an outdoor
movie, campfire, smores and other
camp activities. Sunday morning, eat a
continental breakfast. Preregistration
is required and there is a small fee;
call 651-792-7006 to register. HANC is
located at 2520 Dale St. N.
Rosefest Campfire. Join the campers at Harriet Alexander Nature Center
from 7-9 p.m. to sing campfire songs,
tell stories and eat smores, with no
obligation to stay the night.
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Outback Rosefest Golf Tournament. Return to Cedarholm Golf
Course for more links and meat with
the Outback Rosefest Golf Tournament. The 9-hole scramble-style golf
tournament for teams of four includes
on-course contests and prizes and food
provided by the popular Aussie steakhouse. Tee times are from 8 to 11:30
am. call 651-633-8337 to line yours
up. The golf course is located at 2323
Hamline Ave. N.
Porsche Car Show. Window shop
and dream a bit about classic Porsche
rides. Owners are on hand to answer
any questions and the show is hosted
by the Nord Stern Porsche Club. Bring
a donation along for the Courage Center to the Central Park Dale Street Athletic Fields for the show from 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m., at 2525 Dale St. N.
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Band. Its a kid party in the U.S.A.,
with two acts that are perfect for the
youngins. Will Hale & the Tadpole
Parade kick things off from 5 to 6 p.m.
and the Teddy Bear Band shuts things
down from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. The
Frank Rog Amphitheatre is located at
2540 N. Lexington Ave.
Monday, June 27
Rosefest Rose Parade: The 26th
annual Rose Parade is yet another
opportunity to proclaim, I am Roseville! Featuring more than 90 floats,
and thousands of your neighbors lining the route, the parade begins at 6:15
p.m. at Roseville Area High School
and heads east on County Road B2 to
Lexington Avenue, then north on Lexington for the big finish at the Roseville OVAL. The grand marshals of
the parade are the Friends of Roseville
Parks, who for nearly 50 years have
raised money to support city parks.
The celebrity grand marshals are Star

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and James Lileks. Food vendors will
be located in Central Park at 2540 N.
Lexington Ave. There is no designated
handicap parking; organizers suggest
arriving early and parking on a side
street near Lexington. RAHS is located
at 1240 County Road B2, and the skating center is located at 2661 Civic Center Drive.
Monday, July 4
Party in the Park. Celebrate the
Fourth of July with Roseville at the
Party in the Park. The event begins
at 1 p.m. in Central Park and features
carnival activities, inflatables and puppet shows through 7 p.m., along with
food vendors through 10 p.m. The day
includes a full slate of music at the
Frank Rog Amphitheatre: The Splatter Sisters at 2:45 p.m.; Songs of Hope
at 4:15 p.m.; Sandy and the Hitmen at
5:45 p.m.; Roseville Big Band at 7:30
p.m.; Roseville Community Band at
9 p.m. The Independence Day party
comes to an end with a big bang as
fireworks go off over Bennett Lake at
10 p.m. The Frank Rog Amphitheatre
in Central Park is located at 2540 N.
Lexington Ave.

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17-years-old, alongside his Uncle Truman. Today, he has more
than 40 years of experience in
the field.
All these years have allowed
him to become a knowledgeable source in the trade of gold,
silver and platinum, as well as
expand his business to incorporate other related services.
Many of The Truman Company's customers are regulars,
coming back to Westerling for
all of their evaluations, which
is unusual in the rare coin business. He says it speaks volumes

about his dedication to "doing business the right way and


treating people the right way."
Many of his clients were treated
poorly by other rare coin dealers in the past and now come
to him because they know they
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With the unstable stock market, hard assets have become
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The Truman Company also
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to walk customers through every step of the process and help
with the necessary paperwork.
It is this dedication to great
customer service that truly sets
The Truman Company apart
from other coin dealers. All employees are licensed coin dealers by the state of Minnesota,
attesting to their honesty and
knowledge of the business.
Recently, the company acquired a platinum American
Eagle coin. Its low mintage rendered it very rare. The Truman

Company bought it quickly, taking a deal from the U.S. Mint


as they often do. By doing this,
they can pass the coins on to
customers at a low price and
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this often sell out quickly, it also
allows collectors a unique opportunity to acquire coins they
would not be likely to get otherwise.
This is just another of many
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With service like that, it is
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His integrity and "A+" rating from the Better Business
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Eat and drink for a good cause at the Taste of Rosefest, Thursday, June 23, at
the Muriel Sahlin Arboretum in Central Park.

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Join neighbors and friends in Rosevilles Central Park for the ninth
annual Taste of Rosefest, a summer
celebration of food, drinks and entertainment. Roseville area restaurants
will serve generous samples of featured food and drinks at 39 stations
set up around the park on Thursday,
June 23 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Dale
Street park entrance between County
Roads C and B2.
We had a great time last year and
we plan to attend this year, too, says
Janet Jacobs of Roseville. Small portions allowed us to sample a wide variety of delicious food from local restaurants.
Plenty of local beer and wine was
the perfect accompaniment to the
food, Jacobs adds. And we had fun
checking out the extensive silent auction items, even if we never won.
Past offerings at this Roseville
Rotary Club-sponsored event covered
a broad spectrum of food, including
pizza, ham, beef chunks, barbecue
ribs, sandwiches, salads, fresh fruit,
cookies, soup, imported cheeses, chocolate, scones, carrot cake and smoothies.
New this year is a scotch tasting

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5 to 8 p.m. at the Muriel
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Central Park, 2525 N.
Dale St. in Roseville.
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Taste of Rosefest isnt all about the
food, either. Guests can walk around
the arboretum flower gardens and the
rain garden in Rotary Woods, or sit at
an umbrella table while listening to
live music or enjoy a jazz concert in
the pavilion.
The 17-piece Roseville Lutheran
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pavilion and acoustic guitarist Rick
Vanderwall, a faculty member at the
University of Northern Iowa, will perform near the entrance to the pavilion
at various times during the evening.
There will be a tent full of treasures
to bid on at the silent auction, or you
can participate in the wine pull raffle
at the event, which kicks off the citys
six-day Rosefest celebration.
Silent auction items are now being
collected and include a glider ride, a
round of golf for four at Midland Hills
Country Club, State Fair grandstand
tickets, autographed sports memorabilia, theater tickets, St. Paul Saints
tickets, art work, and gift cards to local
restaurants and shops.
Last year, some 850 people attended
the event and Rotary raised more
than $46,000, according to Rotarian Jeff Norton. All profits fund local
and international projects, including
$20,000 to fund the second of three
years of the science and technology lab
at Central Park Elementary School.
Taste of Rosefest also benefits the
Roseville Area Senior Program; Rotary
Woods in Central Park; AVID, a mentoring and scholarship program for
middle and high school students; Boy
Scouts and Girl Scouts; Little Brothers
Friends of the Elderly; and international programs to end polio worldwide and support school and hospital
projects in Haiti, Guatemala, Mexico
and Ecuador.
This event is the backbone of our
funding for the good work Rotary does
in this community and throughout the
world, says Rotary President Terry
Carlson.
Taste of Rosefest is also aiming to
be a zero-waste event, notes Rotarian
David Kray.
Last year we diverted 91 percent
of the trash away from the garbage
dump by recycling 600 pounds. The
city asked us about doing it and so
did some potential donors, Kray says.
Recycling is about being a good community partner.
Taste of Rosefest co-chair, Jerry Hromatka, says the night is a communitybuilding experience.
People like being with others
being face-to-face with their neighbors on a beautiful night to celebrate
friends, local businesses, restaurants,

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Annona Gourmet
Axels Charhouse
Big Bowl
Lunds & Byerlys
Chianti Grill
Culvers
DAmico & Sons
Famous Daves
Granite City
Green Mill
The Good Earth
The Honey Baked Ham
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Jimmy Johns
Joe Sensers Sports
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Joes Crab Shack
Leeann Chin
Little Venetian
Noodles & Co.
Old Chicago
Olive Garden
Romanos Macaroni Grill
Stouts Pub
Sweet Chocolat
The Cellars Wines &
Spirits
Aquarius Water
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Dunn Bros. Coffee
J. Arthurs Coffee

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is proud of and they are supporting
good causes, as well, Hromatka says.
For more information or to buy tickets, go to www.tasteofrosefest.org.
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Advance tickets are $40 and tickets purchased at the gate
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Purchase your tickets from Rotary Club members and at these
locations:
Roseville City Hall Parks and Recreation Department. 2660
Civic Center Drive.
Precision Forms. 2575 Fairview Ave.
Lunds & Byerlys. 1601 County Road C.
Cub Foods at Har Mar Mall. 2100 Snelling Ave.
The Cellars Wines & Spirits. 2701 Lincoln Drive
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