Photo: Sebastian Joe’s Kingfield Commissary Crew.
Welcome to the world of POKEMON! Please be aware that the world you live in is inhabited by creatures called Pokémon For some people, Pokémon are pets. Others use them for fights. Others use them to meet other fabulous people in the Kingfield Neighborhood! (Hey, this is where you come into the story!)
<Insert Your Pokemon GO name here>, your very own POKEMON legend is about to unfold! A world of dreams and adventures with Pokémon awaits! This Meet-Up will bring other Pokemon Trainers together to explore the Kingfield Neighborhood of Minneapolis in search of rare and mysterious Pokemon. The game is based around real world public art and landmarks, so everyone attending will get both a fun Pokémon Go experience and an educational tour around Kingfield visiting local artwork largely created by KFNA over the last two decades!
It doesn’t matter if you are Team Valor, Mystic, Instinct, or have absolutely no idea what we are talking about here. YOU are welcome to join us! The goal of this Meet-Up is to bring together Pokemon Go Trainers so that they can explore our awesome community, make new friends, find Pokémon, and generally have fun!
Be sure to download the App before you come to the event. Also RSVP below so we know who is coming and what experience level the group has! https://goo.gl/forms/Ob3mxn6O9fktSCl62
For residents across our city to share their thoughts and feelings about the recent events in our society and identify ways we can all help create a unified community.
On the heels of the Orlando massacre and the death of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, our community comes together to grieve the beloved Philando Castile and the loss of the precious life of a two-year-old baby in north Minneapolis. With the tragic killing of five Dallas police officers and attacks against peaceful protestors, the status quo is unsustainable.
We are compelled to build community to better understand the challenges we face and to strategize collectively about police reform. Please join Council Vice President Elizabeth Glidden, Council Member Cam Gordon and Council Member Alondra Cano as they host an open space for residents across our city to share their thoughts and feelings about the recent events in our society and identify ways we can all help create a loving and unified community.