Events - East Side

Wed
07
Dec

"Cradle Will Rock"

December’s labor movie night film is “Cradle Will Rock” (1999), an American historical drama film written, produced and directed by Tim Robbins.

Wed
07
Dec

East Side Pride Open Mic Night

Have a talent to share? Do you have East Side pride? Join this safe space for all ages and talents!  Come express yourself at the East Side Pride Open Mic: comedy, poetry, song, dance, music, and anything else you can think of! 

This month’s featured artist is Jeffrey Lor, musician and singer.

Our mission is to create a safe space for cultivating artistic talents and supporting youth expression and development as they celebrate their community.

Sun
04
Dec

Events Featured in East Side Review December 4, 2016

Events: History and Volunteerism in East Side St. Paul; Elder Cafe - Polka, waltzes and more; Fantastic Beasts of Harry Potter’s World; East Side Freedom Library

Tue
29
Nov

Teen Do Down Workshops

Drop in to do away fines by recording, editing, and scoring your own stop-motion short films and/or playing with Ozobots. Don't ave fines?  Still feel free to join us.  Ages 12-18.

For Additional info contact: alaina.kozma@ci.stpaul.mn.us

Tue
29
Nov

Teen Do Down Workshops

Drop in to do away fines by recording, editing, and scoring your own stop-motion short films and/or playing with Ozobots. Don't ave fines?  Still feel free to join us.  Ages 12-18.

For Additional info contact: alaina.kozma@ci.stpaul.mn.us

Tue
29
Nov

Solidarity Saturday

In the aftermath of our November 12 “Call to Action and Mutual Aid,” the East Side Freedom Library will be hosting a “Solidarity Saturday” on the second Saturday afternoon of each month. We will provide the time and space for participants to report back on their activities in the prior month, particularly in grassroots work with our neighbors. We will also provide a workshop for those who are interested.

Tue
29
Nov

The Ford Century in MN

Brian McMahon will read from and discuss his newly published book, THE FORD CENTURY.

Tue
29
Nov

Academics and Activism Today (Panel Discussion)

Join us for a public conversation about the role of academics in informing and fostering positive social change.  Labor studies scholars and working-class historians in particular have long worked at the crossroads of academia and activism.

Tue
29
Nov

Working Within or Outside the System

Audre Lorde is often quoted as saying, “For the master’s tools will never dismantle the master’s house. They may allow us to temporarily beat him at his game, but they will never enable us to bring about genuine change.”

Tue
29
Nov

"History & Volunteerism in East Side St. Paul"

The Lower Phalen Creek Project and East Side Freedom Library are excited to host the screening of “History and Volunteerism in East Side St. Paul”, a local documentary. The film highlights Dakota culture, immigrant history in East Side St. Paul, and inspiring local volunteerism through the Mounds Park United Methodist Church. Filmmaker Kristi Wheeler, church organizer Eric Buck, and other community members will be available for questions and discussion.Website: eastsidefreedomlibrary.org

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Events - East Side
Comment Here