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July 22, 2014
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Thursday: Friends of the Northeast Library meeting
Posted 6/23/2014
The next meeting of the Friends of Northeast Library will be held Thursday, June 26, 6:30-8 p.m. at the Northeast Library, 2200 Central Ave. NE. Help support your local library by planning and volunteering at book sales, programs, and special events. For more information, visit www.supporthclib.org/group/northeast-library.
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Household hazardous waste drop-off events
Posted 6/19/2014
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Free summer meals for youth
Posted 6/19/2014
Minneapolis Public Schools offers a summer food service program which provides meals to all children ages 1-18 without charge, at select school and community sites. The program runs through Friday, Aug. 15 (unless noted); no food service July 4. Updates online at nutritionservices.mpls.k12.mn.us, contact Sara Eugene at 612-668-2836, or contact the individual site to find out which meals are offered and when.
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Celebrating 100 years of Cameras and Photography with National Camera
Posted 6/19/2014
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Architect Avenue walking tour, Aug. 19
Posted 6/18/2014
Architect AvenuePreserve Minneapolis offers unique tours that highlight the natural, built, and cultural treasures found throughout the City. On Tuesday, Aug. 19, 6:30 p.m., take a walking tour of Architect Avenue in Northeast Minneapolis, led by Kathy Kullberg. n 1905, a contest was held in one of the farthest corners of Hennepin County for well-designed homes for the up-and-coming middle class. Major Twin Cities architects were solicited to develop affordable homes, which would combine "luxury, elegance, utility, and comfort"...and each had to cost $3,000 or less (including landscaping and sidewalk). Twelve local architects submitted designs; six were chosen and built. This mini-development became "Architect Avenue," developed and promoted by Thomas Lowry, and all six of these unique and original homes still exist. This tour walks about 3/4 of a mile. Cost of the tour is $8. Pre-register online at www.preserveminneapolis.org.
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Starting Monday: Power Walking for 50+
Posted 6/18/2014
Take your morning walk up a notch. Power walking includes short bursts of walking at a higher intensity, but at your fitness level, along with strength, balance and flexibility exercises all done outdoors. Mia Bremer is an Advanced Heath and Fitness Specialist and Master Balance and Mobility trainer who works primarily with folks over 50. First class is free to try. $5 or pay as you can after that. The group will meet Wednesday mornings, June 23-Aug. 28, 8-9 a.m. at the Logan Park Building Main Entrance (will not be going inside). For more information, call Mia at 612-791-6422, or visit www.ablebodiesmn.com.
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Tutor positions available in Columbia Heights and Northeast Minneapolis
Posted 6/18/2014
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Tonight: Brian Laidlaw and the Family Trade at Silverwood
Posted 6/18/2014
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Tonight: Puppet show at 29th and Emerson
Posted 6/17/2014
Open Eye Driveway TourOpen Eye Theater brings summer family fun for all ages to driveways near you. Bring a blanket or lawn chair and enjoy a puppet show with friends and neighbors and refreshments after the show.
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Traveling puppet wagon brings free shows to Heights parks
Posted 6/16/2014
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Traveling puppet wagon brings free shows to Heights parks
Posted 6/16/2014
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Free yoga in the park on Sundays
Posted 6/16/2014
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Thursday: Audubon Farmers Market
Posted 6/16/2014
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Order school supplies, help St. Anthony schools
Posted 6/15/2014
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Tuesday: Windom Park Citizens In Action
Posted 6/15/2014
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Puppet show at a driveway near you!
Posted 6/14/2014
Open Eye Driveway TourOpen Eye Theater brings summer family fun for all ages to driveways near you. Bring a blanket or lawn chair and enjoy a puppet show with friends and neighbors and refreshments after the show.
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Northeaster Events
Mill City Farmers Market
Mill City Museum
Saturdays, May 10-Sept. 27, 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
Order school supplies, help St. Anthony schools

Order online by Aug. 1, 2014
Movies in the Park
Logan Park
Various dates through Aug. 23
Family reading games at St. Anthony Library
St. Anthony Library
Artisans and crafters wanted for Oct. 4 show

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