Jobs are still available for folks to help ensure every person in our state is counted in the 2020 census. The U.S. Census Bureau is seeking community members to work temporary part-time positions to help with the 2020 census count. These positions have flexible hours, which makes them a perfect fit for people who have other commitments but are open to earning a little extra money. The pay rate in Hennepin County is $27.50 per hour. Counting every person in Minnesota is necessary to fully benefit from political representation and valuable funding over the next 10 years. Find more information here.
Flexible hours, 5-20 hours per week, paying $27.50 per hour in Hennepin County.
Every ten years, the U.S. Census Bureau is responsible for conducting the nationwide census. People will be employed as Census Takers throughout the country, including thousands in Minnesota alone. Must be 18, speak English, and not have a felony conviction. You do not need to be a citizen, and people that speak multiple languages are highly needed.
To learn more and apply for flexible positions in your own neighborhood visit www.2020census.gov/jobs
MLK Park is working hard to provide exciting opportunities for youth during Winter Break. The fun starts on December 23 when the teen room will be open from 12-7. The room has been updated recently with an Xbox One and some new games, plus a ping pong table and tons of board games. The fun really kicks off from 3-5 with a Dodgeball Brawl, an all out dodgeball game that is always a hit. There are some awesome field trips during break too, like the Roller Garden on Dec 27 from 4-7:30pm, and Sky Zone on Jan 3 from 1:30-6pm. All these trips are free and for youth 12-7.
There are many other things happening for youth here and around the city. Be in touch with KJ, the park’s Youthline mentor, to get your child signed up for a program of field trip or to find out more about youth opportunities at the park!
Sunday, December 8, 3:00 to 4:30 PM
at Judson Memorial Baptist Church, 4101 Harriet Ave
Also COME EARLY at 2:45 to hear the special gathering music by the Minnesota Jazz Orchestra’s SUPER SAX ENSEMBLE.
Looking to meet your neighbors and perhaps build new connections? Or maybe just a chance to let your holiday spirits soar? Just want to do “something fun” with no tedious prep? Want to recall old holiday memories or create new ones? How about the simple joy of making music with your voice or instruments and with your neighbors?
Then celebrate the music of the holidays. We’ll have songbooks and simple instrumental books and small percussion instruments. The party is free and so are the cookies and everyone is welcome. Still, we’ll happily accept donations for YOUTHLINK (www.youthlinkmn.org) our local friends who provide services to homeless youth.
So bring your instrument, your voice, your neighbors for this annual tradition in the beautiful sanctuary of historic Judson Church www.judsonchurhc.org 612-822-0649.
Thursday, October 10, Doors Open 6:30pm, Film Begins 6:45pm, Discussion 8:00pm
Lake Country School Gym, 3755 Pleasant Ave
This event is open to the public. Please, note, child care is for LCS currently enrolled children ONLY.
INSIDE MONTESSORI is a documentary film that reframes the national education conversation toward creating learning environments that allow all children to achieve their full potential. What should the purpose of education be? This film shines a light on five Montessori schools throughout the United States to demonstrate how they inspire learners and teachers. View the trailer here. The documentary features Lake Country School’s Junior High Program!
Learn more and RSVP here: https://lakecountryschool.org/inside-montessori-screening