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Here are our Bugle deadlines for the next three issues. As always, we appreciate when writers and readers submit their articles early.

  • June 2022 Issue: (SAP Arts Festival) Deadline, May 11
  • July 2022 Issue: (Grad Announcements deadline June 8) Deadline, June 15
  • August 2022 Issue: Deadline, July 13

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Park Bugle Photo Gallery

Our photo gallery is a combination of photos from our print edition and pictures that we could not run due to lack of space. We are accepting photo submissions from readers for possible publication. Got an interesting photo of something that happened or is going on in your neighborhood?  Send your photo submissions to editor@parkbugle.org with the caption line “Photo Gallery.” 

Support Ukraine stamp created by Tom Betz.
Some 60 volunteers filled more than 100 bags of trash and debris during the annual Kasota Ponds cleanup. Pictured is Lizzy Logas-Lindstrom from the SAPCC Environment Committee. Photo by Kerry Morgan.
Some 60 volunteers filled more than 100 bags of trash and debris during the annual Kasota Ponds cleanup. Pictured is Lizzy Logas-Lindstrom from the SAPCC Environment Committee. Photo by Kerry Morgan.
Saylor Landrum is Como Park’s Athena Award winner for 2022. Submitted photo.
Around 150 people attended Falcon Families for Equity Justice’s Family Service Night at Falcon Heights Elementary School on April 5. Among many milestones from the evening; 250 books were collected for Minnesota Literacy and We WIN Institute, 500 snack packs were packed for MatterBOX, and kids created their own coin banks in order to continue the spirit of giving at home. Photo by Lou Michaels.
Around 150 people attended Falcon Families for Equity Justice’s Family Service Night at Falcon Heights Elementary School on April 5. Among many milestones from the evening; 250 books were collected for Minnesota Literacy and We WIN Institute, 500 snack packs were packed for MatterBOX, and kids created their own coin banks in order to continue the spirit of giving at home. Photo by Lou Michaels.
Around 150 people attended Falcon Families for Equity Justice’s Family Service Night at Falcon Heights Elementary School on April 5. Among many milestones from the evening; 250 books were collected for Minnesota Literacy and We WIN Institute, 500 snack packs were packed for MatterBOX, and kids created their own coin banks in order to continue the spirit of giving at home. Photo by Lou Michaels.
Around 150 people attended Falcon Families for Equity Justice’s Family Service Night at Falcon Heights Elementary School on April 5. Among many milestones from the evening; 250 books were collected for Minnesota Literacy and We WIN Institute, 500 snack packs were packed for MatterBOX, and kids created their own coin banks in order to continue the spirit of giving at home. Photo by Lou Michaels.
Around 150 people attended Falcon Families for Equity Justice’s Family Service Night at Falcon Heights Elementary School on April 5. Among many milestones from the evening; 250 books were collected for Minnesota Literacy and We WIN Institute, 500 snack packs were packed for MatterBOX, and kids created their own coin banks in order to continue the spirit of giving at home. Photo by Lou Michaels.
Around 150 people attended Falcon Families for Equity Justice’s Family Service Night at Falcon Heights Elementary School on April 5. Among many milestones from the evening; 250 books were collected for Minnesota Literacy and We WIN Institute, 500 snack packs were packed for MatterBOX, and kids created their own coin banks in order to continue the spirit of giving at home. Photo by Lou Michaels.
Around 150 people attended Falcon Families for Equity Justice’s Family Service Night at Falcon Heights Elementary School on April 5. Among many milestones from the evening; 250 books were collected for Minnesota Literacy and We WIN Institute, 500 snack packs were packed for MatterBOX, and kids created their own coin banks in order to continue the spirit of giving at home. Photo by Lou Michaels.
Around 150 people attended Falcon Families for Equity Justice’s Family Service Night at Falcon Heights Elementary School on April 5. Among many milestones from the evening; 250 books were collected for Minnesota Literacy and We WIN Institute, 500 snack packs were packed for MatterBOX, and kids created their own coin banks in order to continue the spirit of giving at home. Photo by Lou Michaels.
A cross section showing a possible Twin Cities Boulevard configuration in the Seward neighborhood of Minneapolis. Courtesy of Our Streets Minneapolis.
A cross section showing a possible Twin Cities Boulevard configuration in the Seward neighborhood of Minneapolis. Courtesy of Our Streets Minneapolis.
This section of Cleveland Avenue in the St. Anthony Park neighborhood is scheduled for reconstruction starting in spring. Photo by Lou Michaels.
A Minnesota Tool Library member and class instructor Evan Mathiason are working on a rowboat in the Saint Paul makerspace as part of the spring 2021 project series. Photo courtesy Minnesota Tool Library
Second grade (and some lucky first grade) SAP Elementary students spent the last week of March learning about Ghana and trying West African dance and music with artist-in-resident Christian Adeti. (The day this photo was taken was also Pajama Day for all students. Photo courtesy of Karen Duke.
PaNra Lee (left) and Emerson Spencer performed in the Como Theater Department’s adaptation of “High School Musical.” Photo by Como senior Soren Sackreiter.
Home remodeling business remains brisk for many small local contractors this spring after weathering the worst of the pandemic. Park Bugle file photo.
A pouncing coyote decoy at Minnesota’s Agricultural Experiment Station guards a field plot of winter barley. Photo by Sarah CR Clark.
The Good Acre, a Falcon Heights based food hub, has hired Theresa McCormick as its new executive director.

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