ML King, Fuller, & Lyndale Farmstead Community Service Area Halloween Party

Join the fun at the first co-sponsored Halloween Party Held at Fuller Park! Enjoy spooky games, delightful refreshments, and the hilarious entertainment of David Walbridge & The Big Fun Show.  Treat bags for all the children while they last.

Sunday, October 31st 2-4 pm
Fuller Park
4800 Grand Ave. S.
612-370-4963

Plus: Be sure to stop at ML King Park for a treat from 6-8pm that evening.

2011 WINTER SPORTS REGISTRATION INFO

Winter Sports Registration is on at ML King Park for Basketball and wrestling for ages 9-18. Fees range from free to $35 depending on sport and age division.

Brian Cornell
Recreation Supervisor
bcornell@minneapolisparks.org
Martin Luther King Park
4055 Nicollet Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55409
612.370.4908 / Fax: 612.827.2482

What can we as a community do to improve outcomes for children in our schools?

“Waiting for Superman” has challenged us to think about the problem.
Now it is time to dialogue together and to act to find solutions.

Opening remarks by Sandy Vargas (The Minneapolis Foundation), Pam Costain (Achieve Mpls.), Pastor Andre Dukes (Shiloh Temple, NAZ),Lynn Norgren (Minneapolis Federation of Teachers), and Jennifer Godinez (Minnesota Minority Education Partnership)
Rose McGee, Moderator

We invite you to add your voice to the discussion!

Wednesday, October 27
6:30-8:30 pm
Jefferson Community School
1200 West 26th Street, Minneapolis

Sponsored by AchieveMpls and The Minneapolis Foundation

5th Precinct Block Leader Training

◊ Are you interested in becoming a block leader?

◊ Are you a new block leader who hasn’t been trained?

◊ Are you an established block leader who wants to refresh your training?

Join 5th Precinct Crime Prevention Specialists Amy Lavender and Chelsea Adams for Block Leader Training.

Date: Monday October 25, 2010

Time: 6:30-8pm

Where: 5th Precinct Community Room 3101 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis 55408 (Visitor parking lot off 1st Av S just south of 31st St W)

The purpose of the meeting is to conduct block leader training for new leaders (or current leaders who would like a refresher). This meeting is informal and more than one representative per block is encouraged to attend.

RSVP preferred. However, walk-ins are welcome. To RSVP contact CPS Amy Lavender at 612.673.5407 or amy.lavender@ci.minneapolis.mn.us.

If you would like to be trained as a block leader but can’t attend this meeting, please contact Amy to schedule a different time.

Kingfield Neighbors–if you missed last fall’s round of home energy workshops (and last spring’s too!) you can still attend the sessions that are occuring in other neighborhoods.  The workshop is still free to attend you still come home with lots of free stuff; KFNA is no longer covering the home visit fee of $30 but the only way to sign up for this visit is by attending the workshop so we still encourage you to do both steps!  

We have several upcoming workshops that Kingfield homeowners are more than welcome to attend.  They are being held on:
Tuesday, October 19th at 6:30 p.m. at Washburn High School (201 W 49th St.)
Tuesday, November 9th at 6:30 p.m. at Minnehaha Academy South Campus (4200 West River Pkwy)
Wednesday, November 10th at 7 p.m. at Zion Lutheran Church (128 33rd St. W)
Thursday, December 2nd at 6:30 p.m. at Linden Hills Recreation Center (3100 41st St. W)

 Reserve your seat by contacting Ashley at the Center for Energy and Environment at 612.335.5869.

Ashley Robertson | Community Organizer
Center for Energy and Environment | Minnesota’s Energy Experts
212 3rd Avenue North, Suite 560, Minneapolis, MN 55401

A new look on Nicollet Avenue!  Thank you Aliveness Project! 

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Early Mornings with Elizabeth!

Friday, October 22nd 7:30 – 9am

Turtle Bread 4762 Chicago Ave S In the Pizza Biga Room

Featuring Secretary of State Mark Ritchie

On Friday, October 22, we welcome Secretary of State Mark Ritchie to Early Mornings with Elizabeth!  Mark has been instrumental in safeguarding democracy and making it easier for citizens to participate in our democratic process by voting.  He has presided over high profile issues such as the 2008 U.S. Senate race recount and spearheaded change to make it easier for military personnel to vote.  The Secretary of State is a protector of democracy, and will have critical input on such controversial issues as Voter Photo ID and corporate influence on elections.

Please join us for this incredible opportunity to hear from Secretary of State Mark Ritchie just days before our November 2nd Election!

Free coffee courtesy of Turtle Bread!

8th Ward Office: (612) 673-2208 or elizabeth.glidden@ci.minneapolis.mn.us

The Minneapolis Police Department is seeking your assistance in the development and implementation of the 2011 Neighborhood Policing Plans.  This is your opportunity to submit your ideas for collaborating with the MPD in order to increase the safety and security of your neighborhood.

Lowry Hill East, ECCO, CARAG, Kingfield, Tangletown

Tuesday November 16, 7-8:30pm

Martin Luther King Park Building / 4055 Nicollet Av.

If you have questions, please contact Amy Lavender at amy.lavender@ci.minneapolis.mn.us or at (612) 673-5407

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