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Minuteman Press
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  • Festival set to celebrate Polish heritage

    For all Roseville residents who enjoy a good polka, pierogies, and all things Polish, it is nearly time to get ready for the 25th annual Polish Festival. Admission will be free, but they should take along some cash for the food and activities.

  • Local venue hosts hippie musical evening

    Early next month, an evening of nostalgia will come to Roseville, when Blue Line Arts presents the Cast Musical Band.

  • City gets ready for rosy Independence Day

    Whether a spectator or a participant, the upcoming 4th of July Roseville celebration has something for everyone. From the early morning 5K run to the annual fireworks display in the evening, this all-day event will keep everyone in the Independence Day spirit.

  • Roseville to celebrate Mexican heritage

    This weekend, locals of all backgrounds will be celebrating the culture of Mexico at Roseville Fiestaval.

  • Earth event reaches its seventh year

    Roseville residents are invited to celebrate Earth Day this year by attending the City of Rosevilles 7th Annual Earth Festival. The event will be free and family oriented, and this extends to the bus rides offered by Roseville Transit and bike parking, both of which are also free.

  • Roseville to host wiener-based weekend

    This weekend, the Farmers Market and Swap Meet will be inviting all Roseville hotdog connoisseurs to celebrate National Something-on-a-Stick Day by attending Denios Markets Fifth Annual Corn Dog Contest.

  • Roseville animal lovers invited to Animal Film Festival

    CAPE (the Center for Animal Protection and Education) is inviting Roseville animal lovers to its First Annual Animal Film Festival this weekend. The focus of the festival is to promote change as well as to entertain.

  • Roseville to walk the line to Johnny Cash anniversary

    This weekend, Roseville old timers and new converts to the golden-oldies can enjoy a night of nostalgia at the celebration of the 46th Anniversary of Johnny Cashs memorable concert performance at Folsom State Prison (originally held back on January 13, 1968). This Young Dempsey production will be a musical salute to the music and life of The Man in Black.

  • Turkey Trot gives a reason to gobble this Thanksgiving

    The city of Roseville will once again be hosting its annual Turkey Trot races at the end of the month. The Thanksgiving-themed event begins and ends at Vernon Street Town Square, but there are three levels of competition for runners, walkers, and joggers of all ages. Kids under 14 can participate in the Young Racers course, and older competitors can take part in 5K or 10K races.

  • Local teen premieres first film

    A 14-year-old Roseville resident will be premiering his first film later this month. The independent short movie The Spread was written, directed, and starred in by John Capizzano IV, and will have its debut at Corbetts House of Horrors in Roseville, fitting right in with the pre-Halloween atmosphere.