Tuesday 18 March, 3:00 – 5:00 PM at The Lowbrow, 4244 Nicollet

Cohosted by Bob Albrecht, Scott Mueller, and Sabra Waldfogel, members of the Kingfield Homebased Professionals Planning Team

The Kingfield Home-Based Professionals continue with their Third Week of the Month Happy Hour gathering! On Tuesday 18 March, please join them at The Lowbrow from 3:00 – 5:00 pm (4244 Nicollet Avenue South). No formal agenda, just a casual gathering of neighbors who work from home!

Please RSVP with your anticipated time of arrival on the discussion thread for The Lowbrow gathering at either the Facebook Group  https://www.facebook.com/groups/KingfieldHomeBasedProfessionals/  or the LinkedIn Group http://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid=4812315

Questions?  Contact info@kingfield.org

The Spring edition of the Kingfield News is printed and being mailed to homes and businesses now but you can read it first here!  http://kingfield.org/newsletter/

Empty BowlsThurs. Feb. 6, 4-8 PM

Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park, 4055 Nicollet Ave.

Handmade Bowls+ Handmade Soup= Kingfield Empty Bowls, an event to build community & raise funds for Nicollet Square, a home for formerly homeless youth in Kingfield

Join and Share the Event! https://www.facebook.com/events/461699357283212/ Read more

IMG_4369“Is That You, Neighbor?” was appropriately named for last night’s KFNA Annual Meeting and Election for your community nonprofit board!  Over 40 neighbors braved the frigid temps to enjoy warm food and conversation at The Aliveness Project last evening.  Most arrived so bundled from the elements we actually greeted them with  ”Welcome!  Is that you in there?!”

Current and outgoing board members shared their reasons for enjoying volunteering for KFNA and what they have received in return for their service to their community.  Self-interest in creating community prevailed as a reason to volunteer with KFNA, but the return each board member has received in fun and actual friendships has been surpassing to them and greater than most of them expected.

To read the 2013 KFNA Annual Report of Accomplishments presented at the meeting please visit here.  If there are projects you would like to get involved with simply contact us  at info@kingfield.org!

 

 

 

Getting a little stir-crazy stuck inside on ANOTHER freezing cold day?!  Join KFNA tonight at the

is that you, neighbor 2KFNA Annual Meeting & Board Election—“Is That You, Neighbor?”

When?  Mon. Jan. 27, 6:00 PM Potluck and Social Time/ 7:00 PM Meeting

Where?  The Aliveness Project, 3808 Nicollet Ave., 2nd Floor

Warm up with a warm and tasty potluck provided by the KFNA Board Members and attending community members and revel in a night out with neighbors, new and old!  Besides being fun, we need you at this meeting because you neighbors are the ones who interview and elect your fellow neighbors to serve on your neighborhood nonprofit board of directors!

You can even be one of those board members, if you’d like— learn more by attending the board recruitment party on January 15, or simply nominate yourself at the Annual Meeting.  Each KFNA Board member serves a two-year term, and attends monthly board meetings the 2nd Wednesday evening of each month.

We expect the Annual Meeting to last until about 8:30 PM, at which point all will be invited to help us clean up and retire next door to Blackbird, where we will celebrate the new Board Elect with Happy Hour beginning at 9 PM!

 Tours of the new Aliveness Project site will be available from 5:45-6:30 PM for interested neighbors.

More info here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1400767440171627 Questions?  Contact sarah@kingfield.org or 612.823.5980.

The 2014 Made in Minnesota (MiM) solar incentive program has begun. This year, $15 million will be available for solar projects in Minnesota, approximately $7 million of which will be dedicated to residential solar projects. MiM will help drive a faster-than-ever expansion of solar in our state. Please join us and your neighbors for an event laying out the why and how of residential solar and the MiM incentives.

Made In Minnesota Solar – Making Solar Work for Homeowners

Wednesday, January 29, 6:30 – 8:00 PM

Butter Bakery, 3700 Nicollet Ave. S.

http://butterbakerycafe.com/

Questions? RSVP’s—contact sarah@kingfield.org

Join it, Share it!  https://www.facebook.com/events/354794301329655/

Featuring:

Sarah Linnes-Robinson, Kingfield Neighborhood Association – Introduction

Dustin Denison, Principal of Applied Energy Innovations – Dustin will explain the key differences between the 2013 and 2014 rebate cycle and why 2014 will be the biggest year for solar in Minnesota so far.

Kim Havey, Made In Minnesota Solar Program Coordinator, Minnesota Department of Commerce – Kim will be explaining how the Made in Minnesota program makes solar affordable for homeowners. Information is available at www.MN.Gov/Made-in-Minnesota

AEI will be offering free solar site reviews for those interested.

Wed. January 22, 2014, 7 PM

MLK Park, 4055 Nicollet

The KFNA Redevelopment Committee deals with issues and opportunities presented in Kingfield’s built environment including homes, businesses, and roads.  The last six months the group has been exploring the value and possible parameters of creating a Small Area Plan for Kingfield.  Although anyone is welcome to this meeting, architects, transportation planners, and urban design experts are especially encouraged to attend!

Questions can be directed to sarah@kingfield.org or 612.823.5980.

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