Even after this massive volunteer effort, we do still need additional bowls for our February Empty Bowls event benefiting Nicollet Square. If you are a potter, please consider donating, or if you know any potters please share the following with them. Questions on the event can be directed to Sarah at email@example.com.
S’mores, apple cider, spooky stories for all ages…..and Fire Breathers!
Once again, the Kingfield Neighborhood Association will partner with MLK Park and co-host a free fun-filled night for all ages, with a new twist a spectacular performance by fire-breathers! We will be on the northern side of the building, just look for the fire pits – bring your chairs and come prepared to meet neighbors and be entertained!
4‑H programs are grounded in the belief that kids learn best by doing. Kids complete hands-on projects in areas like science, health, agriculture and citizenship, in a positive environment where they receive guidance from adult mentors and are encouraged to take on proactive leadership roles. The MLK Park 4-H Club will focus on Environmental Stewardship, and will also explore civic engagement as we create projects to present to local and State officials.
Here is our tentative schedule:
November 2016: 1st and 3rd Monday– two meetingsDecember 2016: 1st Monday– one meeting
January 2017: 5th Monday– one meetingFebruary 2017: 1st and 3rd Monday– two meetingsMarch 2017: 1st and 3rd Monday– two meetingsApril 2017: 1st and 3rd Monday– two meetingsMay 2017: 1st and 3rd Monday– two meetings (3rd Monday will be final presentations)