New Kingfield Running Group Starting 7/25/2015

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Want to be part of a new Kingfield Runners Club? All runners all levels — come run in your beautiful neighborhood with your Kingfield neighbors every Saturday morning at 9:30am. We are starting Saturday, July 25th, and will run for roughly 30 minutes. Meet us outside of Butter Cafe on 37th & Nicollet. Dogs and strollers welcome. Bring a running buddy! For more information, stop at the KFNA table at the Kingfield Farmers Market this Sunday. Kingfield Neighborhood Association Board Member Whitney Emanuel will be there to answer questions you have about the neighborhood and to find out who is interested in joining the runners group. Can’t make it Sunday? Contact her at Whitney@Kingfield.org

Fun at MLK Park this week!

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Jazz Mobile at MLK Park

Wednesday July 15th 3:00-5:00pm

Free!

http://www.twincitiesmobilejazzproject.org

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 Ice Cream Social at MLK Park

Thursday July 16th 6:30-8:00pm

Bounce house, petting zoo, music, face painting, balloon twisting and Sebastian Joe’s ice cream.

FREE!

Summer Programming for Youth & Families Still Open at MLK Park + Fall Sports Registration Open Now As Well

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Nature Play Group

(6months-6years)

Mondays 10am July13- Aug 3rd $15.00

Activenet #52115

$15.00

 

Youth Ceramics

6-12yrs

Wednesdays 4pm July 22-Aug19th $30.00

Activenet # 51744

 

Family Ceramics

Wednesdays 6pm  July 22- Aug 19th  $30.00 (per family)

Activenet # 51740

 

Fall Sports Registration-  NOW!

Youth Volleyball

Youth Football

Southwest Minneapolis Park Planning Meetings—attend anyone that fits your schedule!

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Multiple projects underway to shape award-winning park system for next 20 years – and beyond

The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) is undergoing what may be the most comprehensive planning effort in its 130 year history. Minneapolis residents are encouraged to get involved and help the MPRB with three distinct, yet deeply intertwined projects: Closing the Gap- Investing in our Neighborhood Parks, RecQuest, and Service Area Master Plans. Residents can get involved by attending a public meeting or subscribing to receive timely emails about the projects.

  • Public Meetings

From June through September, multiple public meetings will be held in each quadrant of the city to share information about the projects. Meetings will be scheduled 15-30 days in advance. A full schedule is at www.minneapolisparks.org/closingthegap.

o   June/July:  Southwest Minneapolis

  • 6 – 8 pm, Monday, July 20, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Recreation Center, 4055 Nicollet Ave. S
  • 6 – 8 pm, Tuesday, July 28, Lynnhurst Recreation Center, 1345 W Minnehaha Parkway
  • Loring Community Center, 1382 Willow St: Meeting to be rescheduled on a date TBD

Anyone requiring meeting modification in order to participate should contact Emily Wolfe at ewolfe@minneapolisparks.org or 612-230-6415 in advance of the meeting.

Additional Meetings just in South Minneapolis scheduled:

Visit the Kingfield Honeybee Hives During the 2015 Garden Tour! 07/09/2015

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Kingfield BeeCome and see Queen Lily’s and Queen Amelia’s troops in action Thursday night!  The weather will be perfect for the Garden Tour, and for watching some very helpful pollinators!  Our Kingfield Beekeeper, Amy Boland, will be at the Center for Performing Arts, conducting tours of the two hives, as part of this year’s 7th Annual Kingfield Community Garden Tour.  Tickets ($10 each) can be purchased at Nicollet Ace Hardware, 3805 Nicollet Ave S.

On Thursday night, maps will be available beginning at 5:45pm to visit 7 lovely pollinator-friendly gardens.  Bring your ticket to Nicollet Ace Hardware, pick up your map, and enter for a drawing to win a red 22″ Weber charcoal grill.  The tour ends at the Kingfield Community Garden with free refreshments, tours of the apiary, and a chance to meet local gardening author, Douglas Owens-Pike!

Kingfield Homebased Professionals Coffee Hour

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The Kingfield Home-Based Professionals continue their monthly café gatherings on Thursday 9 July from 8:30 – 9:30 am at Royal Grounds (42nd & Grand). No formal agenda, just a friendly gathering of socializing and networking for professionals who work from home. RSVP at:

https://www.linkedin.com/grp/post/4812315-6021249073699438592

2015 Kingfield Garden Tour (All About the Pollinators!) 07/09/2015

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Garden Tour LogoThe 7th Annual Kingfield Neighborhood Garden Tour, Thursday July 9th, 2015, at 6pm, is a self-guided evening of butterfly and bee-friendly garden exploration.  Walk, bike, or drive, in the rain or sunshine.  This year’s focus is on native plants, and helping to support all of our friendly pollinators.  Gardeners will be on hand for questions and yard tours.

The tour will end with a celebration of how the Kingfield Pleasant Community Garden has grown! Refreshments will be served.  Local author Douglas Owens-Pike’s gardening book, “Beautifully Sustainable” will be available for sale by the author himself, and you can even take a tour of the Kingfield Honeybees’ Hives (perhaps you will even see one of the bees you named during our Name That Bee events)!

Tickets are $10 and may be purchased Sunday, July 5 at the Kingfield Farmers Market and at Nicollet Ace Hardware (3805 Nicollet Ave S) from July 5-7.

On the day of the event, tickets will be sold and maps may be picked up at Nicollet Ace Hardware, the start of this year’s tour, from 5:45-6:45 pm.  Be sure to turn in your ticket stub for a drawing to win a beautiful red charcoal grill, donated by Nicollet Ace Hardware!

All proceeds will be donated in direct support for Kingfield Community Gardens.

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