KFNALogoWelcome 2015!  Get the latest news on all things “Kingfield” in the latest newsletter.  This edition is being mailed to all Kingfield homes and property owners right now, but if you cannot wait, you can also read it here!


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Paint-a-Bowl for Kingfield Empty Bowls 2014!

Paint-a-Bowl for Kingfield Empty Bowls!

Paint-a-Bowl for Kingfield Empty Bowls (follow these links to the FaceBook events!)

January 10, 1-3 PM, MLK Park, 4055 Nicollet

Local artists have created some beautiful ceramic bowls for our Kingfield Empty Bowls 2015 Event (coming on 2/5/15!) but we need your help…come and paint a bowl that will be given away at this event to serve as a reminder of our many neighbors that are in need of food and shelter!

Supplies are provided, we just need YOU to be the painter! No prior experience necessary! Donations accepted at the event and contributed to the overarching Empty Bowls event which is a fundraiser for Nicollet Square!

Recommended for ages 6 and up; ages 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Full details are here!

CarolingReverse Caroling, you ask, what is THAT?   The households listed below are gathering a troop of non-wandering minstrels who will play and sing holiday tunes by an outdoor fire. We have heard rumors of guitars, jug bands, and even accordions joining in the merriment and coming together with you to raise your communal voices to the stars! To join the fun all you need to do is bundle up, pack a warm beverage in a mug, and visit any or all of the following sites! Bring your own sing sheets, or some sites will also have them provided. Instruments and children are welcome too, of course!

Reverse Caroling Host Sites:

  • 3640 Garfield Ave
  • 4203 Blaisdell Ave
  • 4019 Blaisdell Ave
  • 3700 Nicollet Ave (Note, this location is indoors at Butter Bakery Café where communal caroling will also be offered! Frigid weather is not an excuse to not participate!)

Contact Sarah Linnes-Robinson, KFNA Director, at sarah@kingfield.org if you have questions.

Neighbors: If you want to join in the fun last minute, just add your address to the Facebook Event! All we ask is that you have a fire going from 6:30-8 PM, be welcome to everyone joining you, and be committed to singing carols (providing song sheets is optional!)

Also, all neighbors, just for fun, we ask that if possible you light a luminary in your yard on Monday evening to light the way for your neighbors on their evening walk!

Minneapolis superintendent will step down Jan. 31, 2015

Stan Alleyne
Chief Communications Officer

Minneapolis Public Schools today announced that Dr. Bernadeia Johnson submitted her resignation, which was accepted by the Minneapolis Board of Education. Johnson will remain in her position through Jan. 31, 2015.

In a letter submitted to Board of Education Chair Richard Mammen, Johnson said she continues to have strong confidence in the direction set for improving outcomes for Minneapolis students, a vision captured in her Acceleration 2020 strategic plan, and she thanked the board for supporting those efforts. She acknowledged that her family commitments have become increasingly challenging – and she determined that stepping down would best serve both the school district and her family.

At a previously scheduled session this evening, the school board accepted Johnson’s resignation and began determining a path forward. Mammen emphasized the school board’s appreciation for the superintendent’s dedicated service.

“Dr. Johnson has been committed to the students of Minneapolis Public Schools for the past 15 years, since first joining the staff here as a principal,” said Mammen. “Her leadership has brought clear vision for the path ahead and her team has established aggressive goals to move us toward that vision. This is a job bigger than any one individual, and the role of the superintendent to drive collaboration among all the school district’s stakeholders is extraordinarily challenging. We are grateful for her service and we appreciate that she has built a strong leadership team to succeed her and manage the transition we now face.”

After accepting Johnson’s resignation, the school board named Chief Executive Officer Michael Goar as interim superintendent effective Feb. 1, subject to his acquiring either a superintendent’s license or a variance from the state Board of School Administrators. Goar possesses more than 20 years of professional experience as a leader in urban school districts including Boston, Memphis and Minneapolis. The school board will determine the process for filling the role on a full-time basis in the months ahead.

The Free Super Saturday Program atInnerCity Tennisis a fantastic way to spend time as a family. The Saturday Program will start up again this Saturday December 6th. Level 1 (age 3-6) and Level 2 (age7-10) starts at 3:00 and ends at 4:30. Level 3 (age 11-13) and Level 4 (age 14-18) starts at 4:30 and ends at 6:00. For more information click on the linkhttp://innercitytennis.org/youth/super-saturdays

Volunteer as a family and help coach hundreds of young children through the Kidspeed Stations. Please sign up here if you want to volunteer as a family.http://innercitytennis.org/volunteer

This will be the perfect opportunity to checkout the new bubbles if you haven’t seen them! (Hint Hint!)

Area C Meeting @ Southwest High School
Media Center – East Building *watch parking signs carefully
Wednesday, November 19th
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
3414 West 47th Street 55410
refreshments at 5:30 | childcare and interpreters available

 Discussion will be about class size from a high school principal’s point of view, student based allocations (SBA) with Q&A and taking a look at how Area C meetings support academic achievement.

10440873_10152442126164537_6533195594608789806_nThursday Oct 30 through Sunday, November 2nd 2:00-6:00 PM

ColorWheel Gallery and Café Ena, West 46th Street and Grand Avenue South

Join the ColorWheel Gallery for a Fun afternoon of Local art, Interesting people, Sweet treats & Mexican folk art themed Art Making. Enjoy the ColorWheel’s selection of Folk Art, Gifts & Treasures inspired by Latin America, Dia de los Muertos & Frida Kahlo. Featuring Artists, Tammy Ortegon, Gordon Coons, Eileen Connor, Eddie Ortegon, Eileen Espinosa & many more. There will be a creation table that day with lots of supplies to make fun masks, tissue flowers & collage art for the kids & kids at heart.

In Mexico, Day of the Dead (or All Souls Day-Nov 1st & 2nd) is a time for families to honor & celebrate loved ones who have passed. Traditions include building altars, called Ofrendas, honoring the deceased, using sugar skulls, marigolds & the favorite foods & beverages of the departed. Honoring the tradition, Cafe Ena invites you to join them for their 4th Day of the Dead celebration (Thursday Oct 30th – Sunday Nov 2nd) with a special Prix Fixe menu prepared by Chef Ruiz and a Beautiful traditional Ofrenda. Reservations recommended! Read more about the menu at their FB site:


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