Musical entertainment continues at Central Park.
Rosefest, Roseville’s annual summer celebration, is now in the fifth day of its 10-day run and ready to beat the drums. The headline event for Wednesday is Japanese Taiko drumming, Kimono dressing and origami by Sansei Yonsei Kai. The entertainment starts at 7:15 p.m. at the Central Park Frank Rog Amphitheatre which is off of Lexington Avenue south of County Road C. There will also be a constellation tour at Central Park at Lexingrton from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. That will include puppet shows, a bounce castle and other family fun. After Wednesday, Rosefest continues for another five days, concluding on July 4 with a fireworks show. A full schedule of remaining activities and events is available on the city Web site.
A roundup of information, facts and trivia to get you rolling today.
1. More sun, more heat. A good day to walk the dog or just enjoy the outdoors. But don’t wait too late into the day. Weather forecasters are predicting sunny skies with a high of 82 degrees. But there’s a chance of isolated thunderstorms in the evening and an overnight low of 69 degrees. 2. Japanese Taiko drumming headlines the entertainment for today’s Rosefest activities. The entertainment starts at 7:15 p.m. at Central Park’s Frank Rog Amphitheatre. 3. On this date in 1916, the city of Duluth bans alcohol sales within the city, a reflection of the national Prohibition movement. Also, on this day in 1931, Canby hits a scorching 110 degrees, 4. Need a little brush up on your computer skills? A class “One-to-one Computer Help" will be …