Events

Tue
13
Sep

Events Featured in Roseville Review September 13, 2016

EVENTS: Wild Rice Festival comes to Roseville; Help maintain Roseville parks — Muriel Sahlin Arboretum; ‘In the Know: Managing Your Healthcare’ event at Roseville Library; HealthEast Orthopaedics to host free seminar on joint pain.

Sun
11
Sep

Events Featured in the Southwest Review September 11, 2016

Events: DARTS hosting fifth annual Party It Forward fundraiser; It’s a Family Fun Day; Church of St. Patrick’s Fall Festival is in September; Second annual Minnesota Singing for Smiles.

Sun
11
Sep

Events Featured in East side Review September 11, 2016

Get to know your Urban Roots; Photography exhibit at Metropolitan State University; East Side Freedom Library discussions 

Wed
07
Sep

New Brighton LWV Voting Rights In America

The New Brighton LWV is hosting a Voting Rights in America conversation on September 22nd beginning at 7:00 pm at Faith United Methodist Church, 2708 33rd Ave. NE, Saint Anthony Village. Special guest speaker will be LIZ HAAN of LWVMN. To learn more visit yourvoteyourvoicemn.org. All are welcome.

 

Wed
07
Sep

Guardian Angels Fall Festival!

Everyone is welcome at the Guardian Angels Fall Festival! Friday-Sunday, September 16, 17 and 18. New and old favorites including BINGO, Pasta Dinner, Variety Show, Chili Cook Off, Book Sale, Kids Games and Fireworks are back! New this year: a 5K Fun Run, Wine Plinko and a Fried Chicken Dinner! Big Ticket Grand Prize of $10,000. Lots of other raffles and prizes. 

Find out more at www.guardian-angels.org

Wed
07
Sep

GET TO KNOW YOUR URBAN ROOTS!

CELEBRATE WHAT YOU CAN GROW IN THE CITY: 

delicious food, healthy landscapes and youth full of potential! 

Join us for an evening of food and fun, emceed by Joe Alton from The Growler Magazine! 

Wed
07
Sep

Organized, Smart Kids!

Gail Marek, with Organized for Success, is teaching this 90-minute class called organized, Smart Kids through community education.  Topics include 5 things kids need to bring to school every day, awareness of highly effective habits of organized kids, creating systems for organizing your child at home and getting ready for school, cell phone and computer etiquette, dealing with learning disabilities, and a number of other topics.  A child 12 years and older may come for free with a paid adult

Wed
07
Sep

Community Education Class

Gail Marek, with Organized for Success, is teaching a 90-minute class called Organized, Smart Kids through community education.  Topics include 5 things kids need to bring to school every day, awareness of highly effective habits of organized kids, creating systems for organizing your child at home and getting ready for school, cell phone and computer etiquette, dealing with learning disabilities, and a number of other topics. 

Wed
07
Sep

Mindfulness Meditation

This is a weekly gathering that will take up the ritual of mindfulness mediation as a practice of freedom. We will consider the meaning of freedom, both personal and collective, through shared readings, discussion and writing reflections. Urban Monk Marc Anderson, Zen Buddhist priest and the founder of the non-profit M2 Foundation will be facilitating 

Wed
07
Sep

Citizen Activism and Fight for Justice in the Workplace

Nick Licata, former Seattle city councilor and author of the new book Becoming a Citizen Activist: Stories, Strategies and Advice for Changing our World, along with a panel of local activist from the Fight for $15, and the campaign for Earned Sick and Safe Time would like to invite you to come have a discussion about the fight for justice in the workplace. 

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