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March 29, 2015
EVENTS:
City offers trees for sale
Posted 3/9/2015
Beginning March 9, the City of Minneapolis is offering residents, businesses and nonprofits in Northeast’s Third Ward three- to eight-foot trees for $25 each. The trees will go on sale citywide Monday, March 23.
Read more about Event #12303
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City offers trees for sale
Posted 3/9/2015
Beginning March 9, the City of Minneapolis is offering residents, businesses and nonprofits in Northeast’s Third Ward three- to eight-foot trees for $25 each. The trees will go on sale citywide Monday, March 23.
Read more about Event #12302
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Child care provider orientation sessions
Posted 3/7/2015
Anoka County is having orientation sessions for residents who are considering an in-home career as a licensed child care provider.
Read more about Event #12268
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"Sticky Ridges" opens at Rosalux Gallery March 7
Posted 3/7/2015
Rosalux Gallery, 1400 Van Buren St. NE, #195, will have an opening reception for "Sticky Ridges (and other perils of silent senses)," Saturday, March 7, 7-10 p.m.
Read more about Event #12245
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"In Which..." exhibit at Public Functionary opens March 7
Posted 3/7/2015
"In Which _____ and Others Discover The End," a continuously developing, multidisciplinary collaboration that circles around the possibility that the current generation, as the first to come of age in the era of climate change, has a collective, unconscious anxiety stemming from the immense idea that the world may, in the foreseeable future, be uninhabitable for humans, is open through April 10, at Public Functionary, 1400 12th Ave. NE.
Read more about Event #12235
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Holland’s Hotdish Revolution April 12
Posted 3/5/2015
The Holland Neighborhood will have its annual Hotdish Revolution, Sunday, April 12, 4-7 p.m., in Cedars Hall at St. Maron Catholic Church, 602 University Ave. NE.
Read more about Event #12308
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St. Lawrence art event donations needed
Posted 3/5/2015
St. Lawrence Catholic Church and Newman Center, 1203 Fifth St. SE, is seeking artists to donate a piece of art to sell at the Spring Art Event, Saturday, April 18, 7-9 p.m., and Sunday, April 19, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Read more about Event #12305
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Healing sessions benefit children in Fukushima
Posted 3/5/2015
Heart of Tao Resonance Art, 2322 Garfield St. NE, is offering healing sessions, every Saturday starting March 14, 1-5 p.m., with 100 percent of proceeds going to support children who are living in Fukushima Japan.
Read more about Event #12300
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Community farms directory available
Posted 3/4/2015
Residents who are interested in buying shares in a farming operation can locate farms through the Land Stewardship Project’s "2015 Twin Cities, Minnesota & Western Wisconsin Region Community Supported Agriculture Farm Directory".
Read more about Event #12296
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"Beyond Cognition" opens March 6 at Artspace Jackson Flats
Posted 3/4/2015
Artspace Jackson Flats, 901 18 1/2 Ave. NE, is showing "Beyond Cognition, A Movement Beyond Form," through April 10, with an opening reception Friday, March 6, 6-10 p.m.
Read more about Event #12282
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Free safety checks for seniors
Posted 3/4/2015
The HOME Program of Senior Community Services is offering no-cost home assessments to evaluate the safety of homes of senior citizens.
Read more about Event #12274
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Indoor walking group for seniors on Tuesdays
Posted 3/3/2015
Northeast Senior Services is opening up the inside walking track at Bottineau Community Center, 2000 Second St. NE, for an indoor walking group for seniors, Tuesdays, 1-3 p.m., through March 31.
Read more about Event #12150
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East Side Wine Tasting May 14
Posted 3/2/2015
East Side Neighborhood Services (ESNS) will have its 19th annual East Side Wine Tasting, Thursday, May 14, 5-8 p.m., at Nicollet Island Pavillion.
Read more about Event #12273
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"In Which..." exhibit at Public Functionary opens March 7
Posted 3/1/2015
"In Which _____ and Others Discover The End," a continuously developing, multidisciplinary collaboration that circles around the possibility that the current generation, as the first to come of age in the era of climate change, has a collective, unconscious anxiety stemming from the immense idea that the world may, in the foreseeable future, be uninhabitable for humans, is open through April 10, at Public Functionary, 1400 12th Ave. NE.
Read more about Event #12235
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Audience to participate in "Crime and Punishment" opening April 10
Posted 3/1/2015
Live Action Set, The Soap Factory, and Dangerous Productions will open "Crime and Punishment," a mystery and adventure, with audience participation, Friday, April 10, in a massive subterranean city built underneath The Soap Factory, 514 Second St. SE.
Read more about Event #12205
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"Sticky Ridges" opens at Rosalux Gallery March 7
Posted 2/28/2015
Rosalux Gallery, 1400 Van Buren St. NE, #195, will have an opening reception for "Sticky Ridges (and other perils of silent senses)," Saturday, March 7, 7-10 p.m.
Read more about Event #12245
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Northeaster Events
"Beyond Cognition" at Artspace Jackson Flats
Artspace Jackson Flats
Through April 10
St. Constantine selling pyrohy
St. Constantine Ukrainian Catholic Church
Fridays, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. through mid-May.
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