If you missed us at The Lowbrow last night, there is still another chance to learn more about KFNA!  Thanks to the neighbors that attended!

ButterKFNA Board Informal Coffee Hour, 3-4:30 PM, Wednesday January 14, Butter Bakery Café

Kingfield Neighborhood Association Board Members will host another informal (yet informational!) session about being a part of KFNA. Come with your questions about the workload and responsibilities of serving as part of this 13 member, volunteer, non-profit board of directors. Also come with you ideas for increasing community involvement and tackling community issues! Yes, there is some work involved in being part of the board, but the payoff in meeting new neighbors and working to improve your immediate community is huge! Please join board member Dan Swenson-Klatt and Project Organizer Cheryl DeGroff for coffee and to learn more about getting involved in the Kingfield Neighborhood Association!

 

 

Tonight The Lowbrow is is premiering Dine Out/Give Back Mondays! Join them Mondays for dinner, dessert, or drinks, and we’ll donate 10% of your bill to a not for profit! This week’s recipient: Spark-Y Youth Action Labs! Teaching local kids about sustainability!

This is just one more reason to join KFNA Board Members tonight at The Lowbrow for the 9 PM Happy Hour for an informational yet informal chat about the duties and fun on being a Board Member on your most local non-profit, the Kingfield Neighborhood Association Board!  See more below!

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KFNA Board Members will host two informal (yet informational!) sessions about being a part of KFNA. Come with your questions about the workload and responsibilities of serving as part of this 13 member, volunteer, non-profit board of directors. Also come with you ideas for increasing community involvement and tackling community issues! Yes, there is some work involved in being part of the board, but the payoff in meeting new neighbors and working to improve your immediate community is huge! Please join KFNA at either session:

KFNA Board Informal Happy Hour, 9-10:30 PM, Monday January 12, The Lowbrow

Or

KFNA Board Informal Coffee Hour, 3-4:30 PM, Wednesday January 14, Butter Bakery Café

 

Join the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) for their annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration on Monday, January 19 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Recreation Center (4055 Nicollet Ave. S, Minneapolis, MN 55409).
The celebration will be emceed by Chad Jackson, Senior Account Executive with the Minnesota Twins. Tony Sanneh, CEO/Executive Director of the Sanneh Foundation and retired professional soccer player, recognized as U.S. Soccer Hall of Fame Finalist, will give a keynote presentation.
The celebration will also feature a tribute to Dr. King as well as performances from the Zacc Harris Trio and Ashley DuBose, a past contestant on the NBC hit television Show “The Voice.”
The MPRB will present its “Living the Dream” award to Charles E. Mays for his dedication and commitment to our community. The “Living the Dream” award honors an individual, business, or community group who has demonstrated dedication and distinguished service to the MPRB and the lives of Minneapolis residents.
The celebration will also mark the conclusion of the sixth annual “Feeding the Dream” Food Drive. Residents are encouraged to drop off non-perishable food items at their local MPRB Recreation Center through January 19.
The community service project was initiated in the fall of 2009 and since then more than 9,000 pounds of donations have been collected. This year, all donations will go to the Sabathani Community Center in Minneapolis.
The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration is free and open to the public. Attendees are encouraged to bring a non-perishable food item to donate. Refreshments will be available following the program. For more information, please visit www.minneapolisparks.org or call 612-230-6400.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Purpose: To present information and solicit comments for the application from Harriet’s Inn (4000 Lyndale Ave. S.) for an On-Sale Wine with Strong Beer, Class E license.

Date: Wednesday January 21, 2015 Time: 6:00 p.m to 7:00 p.m

Place: Walker Methodist, 3737 Bryant Ave S,Minneapolis, MN 55409

Applicant’s Name (Legal Entity): CP Lyndale, LLC
DBA/Trade Name: Harriet’s Inn
Complete Address: 4000 Lyndale Ave South
Minneapolis, MN 55409
Telephone Number: (612) 251-5178

Current License(s): None
Requested License(s): On-Sale Wine with Strong Beer, Class E

Nature of Entertainment: Class “E” entertainment allows the use of radio and television. No live entertainment is permitted.

Off Street Parking: The Minneapolis Zoning Department does not require additional off street parking.

You are invited to attend, express your opinions, and/or submit such in writing. Please use the next page to make written comments or contact License Inspector Mohamed Ismail at Mohamed.ismail@minneapolismn.gov or 612-673-3905.

Information in Other Languages: Yog xav paub tshaj nos ntxiv, hu 612-673-2800. Macluumaad dheeri ah, kala soo xiriir 612-673-3500. Para mas información llame al 612-673-2700.

10923103_10152938896461233_1265136452_oMoksha by The Hop

Monday January 12, 5:30-10 PM at the Center for Performing Arts, 3754 Pleasant

Come ready to take a joyous inner self-journey through creative interactive media at the HOP’s inaugural event Moksha.

This event is your one-stop spot for:

- Fantastic and Original Art

- Great Conversation

- New Exciting People

- Diverse Interaction

- Free Massages and Body Work

- Kundalini Yoga

- Vinyasa Yoga

- Self-Created Inspiration

- Creative Ecstatic Dance

The event kicks off with an amazing community workshop brought to you by Inspyre, and continues throughout the night leaving you with a renewed mind, body, and spirit for 2015.  For a full schedule of activities and timing please visit the Facebook page!

Cost $5, or more if you are able.

KFNA Board Members will host two informal (yet informational!) sessions about being a part of KFNA. Come with your questions about the workload and responsibilities of serving as part of this 13 member, volunteer, non-profit board of directors. Also come with you ideas for increasing community involvement and tackling community issues! Yes, there is some work involved in being part of the board, but the payoff in meeting new neighbors and working to improve your immediate community is huge! Please join KFNA at either session:

KFNA Board Informal Coffee Hour, 3-4:30 PM, Wednesday January 14, Butter Bakery Café

Or

KFNA Board Informal Happy Hour, 9-10:30 PM, Monday January 12, The Lowbrow

We continue our First Week of the Month Cafe Gathering for Homebased Professionals on Thursday 8 January at Royal Grounds (42nd & Grand) from 8:30 – 9:30 am.

Please email Scott@kingfield.org if you can join us Thursday at Royal Grounds! You can also ask Scott how to join our Kingfield Home-Based Professionals LinkedIn group!

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