I. National Night Out – Each year Bethlehem hosts the neighborhood’s National Night Out block party on the first Tuesday in August. It is coordinated with the Dayton’s Bluff Community.
II.Block Club (Margaret/Beech St) – The Beech/Margaret St. Block Club meets occasionaly in the fellowship hall of Bethlehem Lutheran Church. The fellowship hall is located in the basement of the school. We invite all of our neighbors to join us!
Karin DuPaul, the community organizer for Daytons’ Bluff usually attends the meeting and addresses any questions or concerns of residents. Karin has been an active resident in Dayton’s Bluff for many years and gets things done.
Everyone is welcome to join the residents for the Block Club meeting!
III. Dayton’s Bluff Community Council – The Dayton’s Bluff Community Council is a non-profit corporation providing numerous services and programs primarily to enrich the diverse residents of the Dayton’s Bluff area. It is one of the 19 councils within the Saint Paul District Council System. The Council works to advocate and to promote recreational, housing, educational, economic, and social opportunities that improve the quality of life within the Dayton’s Bluff area.
Visit them at: www.daytonsbluff.org/
IV. Cerenity Senior Care – Marian of Saint Paul – Cerenity Senior Care’s Marian of Saint Paul campus offers a wide array of housing options and healthcare services for its senior living community. Marian of Saint Paul is located adjacent to the historic Mounds Park on the majestic bluffs overlooking downtown St. Paul and the Mississippi RiverValley.
For more information, please visit: www.cerenityseniorcare.org/senior-living/senior-living-marian.html