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June 20, 6-9 PM at a local porch near you!
For anyone new to the neighborhood or has been asleep the past few years and is wondering, “What the heck is PorchFest?” PorchFest is an evening of community all wrapped up in the sounds of summer. On this single summer evening, Kingfield musicians will perform acoustic music outdoors at their respective homes, or at neighbor’s porch or yard, while others stroll through the neighborhood, enjoying the sounds. This event regularly features over 50 musical performances on about 3 dozen Kingfield stages.
Have questions? Just contact KFNA Executive Director Sarah Linnes-Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get your very own handcrafted bowl filled with delicious warm soup and support #BeaconInterfaith’s Nicollet Square at #KingfieldEmptyBowls! 2/7/19 4-8 PM at Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Recreation Center, 4055 Nicollet!
#KingfieldEmptyBowls @Kingfield_KFNA may not be for another 2 weeks, but community artists have been making bowls for months! Get your own handcrafted bowl and support #BeaconInterfaith Nicollet Square 2/7/19 4-8 PM at MLK Park! @MplsParkBoard
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.