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Kingfield E-Mail Notice
March 4, 2008
1) Calling All Kingfield Artists—Professional and Recreational! Final days to register for Living Art, Kingfield’s Community Art Show! Visit www.kingfield.org/livingart/.
2) Advance Living Art tickets go on sale March 5 at Anodyne, Color Wheel Salon & Gallery with cash or check, or by credit card at www.kingfield.org/livingart/.
3) Show Wall painters needed! Friday March 14 and Saturday March 15
4) Order Mothers’ Day Flowers and support the Kingfield Farmers’ Market!
5) Seminar on Winter Home and Yard Maintenance with the KFNA Green Committee, Thurs. March 20, 7 PM, MLK Park
1) Final 2 Days!! CALL FOR ARTISTS for Living Art Community Art Show
Registration Deadline: March 5 / Artwork Due: March 15
Call for Artists:
Local artists and community members are invited to create 2-dimensional or 3D art that captures the spirit of ‘Living Art’. Whether growing, changing, moving, or residing in the public eye and thus subject to individual interpretation, art lives among us and influences us. Artists are encouraged to be flexible in their interpretation of the concept “living art”, and how it is incorporated in their work.
One free ticket to the event provided to each registered artist. Additional tickets $10 in advance; $20 at the door. Proceeds from ‘Living Art’ are split 50/50 between the artists and the Walldogs on Nicollet (www.walldogs.lyndale.org), a project of the Kingfield and Lyndale neighborhood associations.
For information contact: Sarah Linnes-Robinson, Kingfield Neighborhood Association
email@example.com / 612.823.5980
Living Art – A One-Night Community Art Show & Silent Auction
Saturday March 22
Rau+Barber, 4244 Nicollet Ave. S.
Advance tickets to Living Art are $10, and the day of the event at the door $20.
Appetizers and desserts artfully crafted by Scott Pampuch of The Corner Table and Theresa Lien of Anodyne are provided. Beverages (including beer and wine, selected by Scott Pampuch, and a non-alcoholic beverage, created by Theresa Lien) will be available at an additional cost.
Proceeds from ‘Living Art’ are split 50/50 between the artists and the Walldogs on Nicollet (www.walldogs.lyndale.org), a project of the Kingfield and Lyndale neighborhood associations.
Show Partners include:
Rau+Barber, Corner Table, Color Wheel Salon, Anodyne, and Leonardo’s Basement
Publicity Sponsors include:
Dunn & Semington (printers), Do-Good Biz (mailhouse), and MackeySzar Design
Event Supporters include:
Ungerman Construction and Nicollet Hardware
3) Volunteers Needed to Paint the Living Art Show walls WHITE!
I am seeking 4-5 individuals for a 2-3 hour commitment on Friday evening March 14 and/or Saturday morning March 15 to repaint our show walls to get them ready for the art show. No previous painting experience necessary! Consider being a part of the show in this vitally important way!
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested. Thank you!
Kingfield Neighborhood Association
4) Order flowers for Mom and support your local market!
Kingfield Farmers’ Market & Davidson’s Farm are working together to make Mother’s Day Special! Jean Davidson of Davidson’s Farm has been a vendor at the Kingfield Farmers’ Market for many years. She is providing 40% of the sale of the flower varieties listed below to support the Kingfield Market!
Order Deadline: Friday, March 21
Pick-Up: Sat. May 10th, 10am -1pm at Frame Ups Gallery, 4325 Nicollet Ave
Jumbo six-pack / zinnias, cosmos or marigolds — $5
4″ grape or cherry tomatoes plants — $5
Terracotta mesclum lettuce bowls. Harvest your own spring salad. Cut this beautiful variety of spring lettuce as needed and it will grow back. –$25
Send a list of the plants you would like and a check to:
Kingfield Neighborhood Association
3754 Pleasant Ave. S. #101
Minneapolis, MN 55409
Please include your name and contact information in your order. KFNA will confirm your order with a receipt.
Please email or call the KFNA office if you have questions: email@example.com or 612-823-5980×3.
5) There’s still ice out there, so come learn about eco-friendly winter home and yard maintenance!
Thursday, March 20
MLK Park, 4055 Nicollet Avenue South
All urban-dwellers are invited to join the Kingfield Neighborhood Association (KFNA) Green Committee for Minnesota’s 1st winter maintenance training class designed for homeowners. This will be a chance to learn about de-icer selection, application rates, snow removal methods and environmental impacts. For the past 10 years this type of training has been available only to snow and ice control professionals. Now it is available to you in a simplified, and entertaining!, format.
Since this is a new program piloted in 2008 we are interested in understanding homeowner winter maintenance concerns. Any information you can share with us will help us improve our new training program. Bring your trickiest winter maintenance concerns and join in the discussion. Eco-friendly treats, hand–baked and foot-delivered, by Butter, and Peace Coffee brewed by Anodyne!
This program is funded by the Mississippi WMO and presented by Fortin Consulting Inc. Questions can be directed to Sarah Linnes-Robinson, KFNA Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612.823.5980.
The Kingfield Neighborhood Association (KFNA) manages this List for the purpose of informing neighbors of events and issues that directly affect Kingfield neighborhood. Kingfield is defined as 35W to Lyndale Avenue South and from 36th Street through 46th Street. All List recipients are invited to share neighborhood news with other members by sending messages to email@example.com; please indicate in the subject line that it is a message for the Kingfield E-mail List. All messages will be screened and no commercial or political messages will be posted. The List Administrator will make the final decision as to the relevancy of all messages before they are posted to the Kingfield E-mail List. Many messages concerning smaller neighborhood issues or questions we will simply answer directly, rather than posting to the entire list.