The Kingfield Home-Based Professionals continue their First Week of the Month Cafe Gathering on Thursday 5 March at Patisserie 46 (46th & Grand) from 8:30 – 9:30 am.
As usual, no formal agenda–just a friendly gathering of neighborhood professionals who work from home.
Please RSVP on link below or email¬†email@example.com
This FREE 5-week class series on vegetable growing is offered by the U of M Master Gardener Program Ė Hennepin County in collaboration with the Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board, Minnesota State Horticultural Society and the Kingfield Neighborhood Association.†
Classes are on Tuesdays, 6:30 Ė 8:00 pm. Dates are April 7, April 14, April 21, April 28, May 5.
Topics to be covered:
ē How to start, design, plant and maintain a garden
ē Info on popular vegetables
ē How to harvest
Classes will be held in the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park Building at 4055 Nicollet Avenue.
Plan on attending all five classes.
Class participants may access communal gardening space at the park to grow vegetables.
Optional add on Ė classes on preserving your harvest by freezing, drying, fermenting, canning.
To register, go to†https://apm.activecommunities.com/Ö/vegetable-growingÖ/48914†or call 612-370-4908
Also offered in Spanish! JARDINERIA URBANA EN SABATHANI
El programa de Jardineria Maestra de la Universidad de Minnesota
5 clases GRATIS en jardineria horticultural (vegetales).
Las clases serŠn en el JardŪn Comunitario de Sabathani, 310 East†38th Street, Minneapolis.
Las clases serŠn los viernes de las 6:00 hasta las 8:00 de la tarde.
Lame al 612-≠‐547-≠‐6910 para registrarse.
Thursday, February 19, 7 PM ¬†
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Park, 4055 Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis
Join a community discussion¬†on the relevance of the impact¬†The Way Opportunities Unlimited Inc. had on¬†social reform in Minnesota, and the ongoing violence we are seeing today,¬†and how we respond to it.¬†Leading the discussion will be¬†Professor Mahmoud El-Kati,¬†former director of The Way‚Äôs education department;¬†Verlena Matey-Keke, former coordinator of The Way‚Äôs education department; and¬†Rev. Dr. Rolland Robinson, former chair of The Way‚Äôs board of directors and author¬†of “For A Moment We Had The Way”. These movement leaders can connect Minneapolis‚Äô past and present struggles and strategies.
This free program is sponsored by the¬†Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Park Legacy Council¬†with support from the Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board and¬†Living Spirit United Methodist Church.¬†For more information:¬†firstname.lastname@example.org¬†¬†651-492-7070
The Kingfield Homebased Professionals continue their Third Week of the Month Happy Hour, this month at Kings Wine Bar, Tuesday February 17, 4:00 ‚Äď 6:00 PM.
As usual, no formal agenda‚ÄĒjust a friendly gathering of professionals who work from home for conversation and networking! In case you didn‚Äôt know, Kings is under new ownership. The menu has expanded and it‚Äôs worth checking out!
Sun Street Breads,¬†Patisserie 46,¬†Bruegger’s Bagels,¬†Grand Cafe,¬†Royal Grounds Coffee¬†and¬†Rustica Bakery¬†are all doing what they do best and BAKIN’ IT UP for Kingfield Empty Bowls tonight, 4-8 PM at MLK Park!
All proceeds go to¬†Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative¬†‘s affordable housing site Nicollet Square that houses 42 youth in our neighborhood!
See you at tonight’s Kingfield Empty Bowls 2015 event! Questions? ¬†Contact Kingfield Neighborhood¬†Association at email@example.com.
Today’s the day–can you smell the soup simmering through the air?!¬†Butter Bakery Cafe,¬†Grand Cafe,¬†HauteDish¬†(aka Nighthawks),¬†Blackbird Cafe,¬†Cafe Ena¬†and¬†Victor’s 1959 Cafe¬†are all stirring up great vats of goodness¬†Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative‘s Nicollet Square for tonight’s Kingfield Empty Bowls 2015 event!
See you at MLK Park between 4-8 PM!¬†
Empty Bowls is an event to build community & raise funds for NICOLLET SQUARE, a home for 42 formerly homeless youth in Kingfield managed by Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative.
Thursday February 5, 4-8 PM
MLK Park, 4055 Nicollet
Visit the Facebook event at to learn more about our participating local restaurants to date, including what they are making! Restaurant Supporters include:
The concept of the Kingfield Empty Bowls Event is simple: Attendees make a donation (suggested at $20 per bowl), select a beautiful handmade bowl donated by a local pottery artist, enjoy a hearty meal of soup and bread prepared by local restaurants and served by volunteers, and then keep their bowl as a reminder that many of our neighbors are in need of food and housing.