Curran’s (4201 Nicollet) has been extra good this year, so Santa is once again making a special trip into town! Come in for dinner Tuesday, December 11th between 5-7:30pm and get your picture taken with Santa (and receive a few treats if you’ve been extra good this year). This is the 30th Annual Event – make it your family holiday tradition and join him this year!
Be sure to stop by the ColorWheel Gallery this weekend for their 2-day Annual Holiday Bazaar + 15 YEAR ANNIVERSARY PARTY! Saturday Dec. 8th and Sunday Dec. 9th – 2:00-8:00 pm. Enjoy sweet treats while shopping for unique gifts, funky art, and vintage treasures. Multi-cultural, non-traditional holiday cards, books and ornaments. Upcycled folk art, globally inspired fabrics, fashion, and decor, PRINCE INSPIRED Art & Icons. Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and Christmas items. LOCAL Art, fabulous jewelry, body products, local artist coloring books & MORE! View their fantastic new exhibit of paintings by Tina Blondell, Marina Castillo & Tammy Ortegon. PLUS … ENJOY SPECIAL GUEST ARTIST POP UPs : Trunk Show by Anna Mazig of PROJEKTvonAnna Jewelry Design & Life Coaching thru Healing Stone Therapy with Marina Castillo. Everyone Welcome!
Speaking with diverse voices and located at 319 W. 46th Street, the ColorWheel Gallery aims to make art accessible to everyone, to promote local artists, and to offer inspiration to create more vibrant communities.
Your patriotic duty will be rewarded by stopping at one of the three (yes, 3!!!) Kingfield Neighborhood Association tents set up at MLK Park today. Join us for a warm beverage, a treat, and some great conversation neighbor-to-neighbor! Thanks to our fabulous local restaurants for their donations: Five Watt for coffee; Royal Grounds for coffee AND treats; Butter Bakery, The Lowbrow, SunStreet, Gigi’s, and Victor’s for treats!! Yum!!!
Now that the 38th Street bridge has reopened over Interstate 35W, neighbors will gather for a sit-down dinner — on the bridge — on Thursday, Aug. 16.
The evening will feature live music, kid-friendly activities, dinner and conversation.
Volunteers at Eat for Equity have started preparing about 200 meals, with a menu loosely based on a southern heritage meal they’ve served at Bonnaroo in Tennessee. Dinner begins at 5:45 PM–there are no reservations and seating will be first come, first served.
Reade more about the event here!
24 hours and counting…to Kingfield PorchFest 2018!
Go the Extra Mile & Support the Event! By purchasing a cool map, on a bandana! (Besides being used for way-finding, may be used to wipe away the sweat from so much dancing!) Purchase yours in advance here: https://goo.gl/5eKnKb or at the counter of one of our Event sponsors, Butter Bakery Cafe