Check out this week’s upcoming events in Greater Longfellow and Minneapolis!
Resource Fair Registration for Local Businesses and Organizations • Participation Fees: $15 nonprofits | $20 for-profits
To register visit:
www.longfellow.org/2018/09/11/resource-fair-registration-bme-2018/Follow the instruction to pay via Square (or mail in a check) to complete your registration. The number of participating organizations is limited, tables & chairs provided. Google form here: https://goo.gl/forms/MJYhKSAOg1cj2uOt1
Best. Meeting. Ever. General Membership Meeting & Resource Fair @ Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 2730 E 31st St
Tuesday, October 23, 2018 • 5:30-6:30pm Resource Fair • 6:15-8:15pm Dinner & Program
Updated 2040 Comp Plan: https://minneapolis2040.com/media/1423/minneapolis-2040-comprehensive-plan-9-27-2018.pdf
Win an LCC Brackett Rocket Logo hoodie w/ Miss Doctora Mo’s October Instagram Challenge!
How to enter?
1. Post your pet and/or baby human dressed up for Halloween & tag @LongfellowDocMo in the caption
2. And follow @LongfellowDocMo on Instagram
All participants will be entered into a drawing, and the winner will be notified via Instagram, Nov 2.
(Hoodie winner can pick the size they prefer when they stop into our LCC office to claim their prize)
Are you interested in participating in an activity that will help to improve the water quality of the lakes, creeks and the Mississippi River in Minneapolis?
We have just the thing for you: Storm Drain Stenciling!
The City of Minneapolis provides everything you will need free of charge, including:
• A custom GIS based map created just for your area
• Mylar stencils (specific to the body of water your neighborhood discharges to)
• Water-based paint
• Garbage bags, latex gloves, broom & dustpan
• Educational door hangers about stormwater that can be distributed to local homes & businesses
• Safety vests & glasses
This is a great team-building activity that you, where your friends, neighbors & friends can do something good for your community.
For more information, contact the Storm Drain Stenciling Program coordinator, Lane Christianson at email@example.com or 612-673-2522. You can also visit the City of Minneapolis Storm Drain Stenciling web page or use the keyword *stencil* at the City’s website.
Artist Neighborhood Partnership Initiative Small Grant Program Request for Proposals
CURA’s Artists Neighborhood Partnership Initiative (ANPI) provides small grants to artists of color and Native artists working in neighborhoods in Minneapolis, St. Paul and the surrounding suburbs. ANPI grants recognize the valuable role that artists and the arts play in the work of fostering neighborhood wellbeing, and are intended to support the leadership of artists in these efforts. This grant program is particularly focused on directly funding individual artists or groups of artists working to build a more equitable Twin Cities.
We are now accepting proposals for one-year support of artist driven projects.
The goal of the program is to identify and support compelling projects that artists have developed in response to their community’s specific challenges and opportunities.
Projects must demonstrate a clear commitment to a neighborhood or place, as shown by the relationship between that place’s community to the project’s development process and focus.
The request for proposals is open to individual artists of color and Native artists, or artist teams. Organizations may not apply, although they may partner with an artist or artist team who is leading the project. Proposals will be accepted until November 11, 2018 (end of the day). We have a total of $60,000 in grant dollars for 2019, with maximum grant awards of $15,000/project.
These funds are designated for one-time project support, and must be spent within one year. Funds will be disbursed around late March/early April 2019.
Applications are accepted until the end of the day (11:59 pm) on Sunday, November 11, 2018.
Final decisions will be made by early January 2018.
Questions and Info Sessions
For any questions please contact CURA staff.
C Terrence Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 612-624-8988
Kristen Murray at email@example.com, or 612-625-7560
Information sessions will be held on Thursday, October 11, 6-7 pm and Tuesday, October 17, 6-7 pm. Both info sessions will be in Both info sessions will be at CURA – room 330 in the Humphrey School (301 19th Ave S, Minneapolis).
Parking validation is available for the 19th Ave and 21st Ave ramps or Metro Transit travel will be taken care of.
Information about past ANPI-funded projects can be found at the ANPI website: art.cura.umn.edu.
Find complete guidelines, additional information and the application instructions at art.cura.umn.edu/current-calls.
Focus on Local Business:
Are you the owner or manager of a business in the Cooper, Hiawatha, Howe, or Longfellow neighborhoods? If so, you’re invited to take a moment to fill out this form. Longfellow Community Council is starting an on-going project to help draw focus to local businesses by spotlighting how unique and wonderful they are!
Check out this week’s movies at the Trylon Cinema and Riverview Theater!
Belle’s ToolBox Fall Hours
Monday-Thursday 10am-Noon and 2-5pm
Every Third Saturday 10-12
Come explore a space where parents/caregivers engage with their children in hands-on projects. While materials and activities are designed for ages 3 and up, younger sibs are welcome.
Our Podners for Peas Learning Garden and The Hive gazebo are, as inside, outdoor spaces for child/parent interaction.
We look forward to seeing you! www.belles-toolbox.org
3400 42nd Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55406
If you walk, pedal your bike, or ride the bus, the garden thanks YOU!
Lucy 612-799-1482 firstname.lastname@example.org
Also available to rent for private gatherings
Friday, October 12
Korda 4 Showcase at The Hook and Ladder Theater @ The Hook and Ladder Theater & Lounge, 3010 Minnehaha Ave • Doors 7pm | Music 7:30pm | 21+ | $12 Advance | $14 Day of Show
Korda Records is THRILLED to showcase two new bands, alongside classic Korda teammates you haven’t had the opportunity to see in too long! Read ’em and weep, and then get your tickets asap to Korda 4 Showcase featuring The Ocean Blue, The Hang Ups, Ice Palace, The Starfolk, Jim Ruiz Set, Runes av Vaskeri, and DJ Jake Rudh! Good things come in twos, and this will be a double release party for Korda 4 Komp, featuring new work from our entire roster, as well as for Ice Palace’s highly anticipated full length How I Came to Win the War.
Family Story Time for Babies, Toddlers, & Preschoolers @ East Lake Library, 2727 E Lake St. • 10:15-10:45am
Baby Story Time for Toddlers @ East Lake Library, 2727 E Lake St. • 11:15-11:45am
Saturday, October 13
The Trylon Cinema invited SuperMonster市City! to install a mini-exhibit for their weekend screenings of an amazing TRIPLE FEATURE of the Universal Studio’s Frankenstein (1931), Bride of Frankenstein (1935), and Son of Frankenstein (1939). Find screening times at https://www.trylon.org/films/category/its-alive/
We’ll greet you in the lobby with books, toys, and more, including our publication of the 200th anniversary edition of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. We’ll have copies for sale in the lobby and we’ll sign them!
TNG – 2nd Saturday at Merlin’s Rest, 3601 E Lake St • 8:30pm
We’re here to bring you music and merriment each second Saturday! Come down and join us for music, food, and some of the best scotch and whiskey around!
Craft Brew Pedaler- Urban Forage @ Urban Forage Winery and Cider House, 3016 E Lake St • Noon
We’re a stop on the 2018 Midtown Greenway Craft Brew Pedaler! We open 2 hours early- feel free to come in whether or not you’re on the tour (but only Pedaler participants get the drink special.)
Yoga + Cocktails at Du Nord @ Du Nord Craft Spirits, 2610 E 32nd St • 10:30-11:30am • $20 = Yoga + Cocktail…and one hell of a Saturday morning! All levels (and very fun) class taught by the Omazing Omie JC Lippold
Sign up early – we expect this event to sell out! https://www.ombrewers.com/buy-classes/october-13-du-nord-yoga | Mats available for rent for $3. All levels welc(Om)e. Come for the yoga and drinks, and stay for the c(Om)munity. Cheers Thirsty Yogis! Questions? Email Melissa@OmBrewers.com
Merlins Raks October @ Merlin’s Rest Pub, 3601 E Lake St • 2pm
Welcome to the fun Belly Dance Hafla with pub flare! Merlins Raks is a casual gathering of Belly Dancers of all styles with community focus. All levels of dancer are welcome to come perform, from student to seasoned professional. The best part? This is a family friendly event! So all are welcome. Belly Dancers especially love it when family, friends, revelers, passers by, and other dancers come yip and cheer for them! And it’s a free show! Just come and order yourself a pint or some delicious nibbles.
DANCERS: Want to perform? Simply email GeekSlink@gmail.com with your name, the title of the song you would like to perform, and attach the mp3 of your track. Dancers are welcome to dance several times, time permitting.
Epworth Harvest Festival @ Epworth United Methodist Church, 3207 37th Ave S • 2-6pm
Join us for the annual Harvest Festival at Epworth United Methodist Church! This event has fun for the whole family, including a bouncy house, Bubble Baron, face painter, pumpkins and squash to take home, as well as a boutique and bake sale!
At 4:30 pm: Dinner will be available for purchase – there are open face turkey sandwiches with the fixins (vegetarian and gluten options available). Meals are $9 for adults and $5 for kids.
You are able to pre-order your meal at the link below – you can do carry-out or delivery by signing up below or by calling 612-722-0232 or emailing email@example.com.
Willow Waters CD Release at Moon Palace, 3032 Minnehaha Ave • 8pm • $5-10 • All ages
Willow Waters is premiering her brand new album, Wisdom in the Trees, performed in full. Fae will be joined by her band, The Earth Tones, comprised of Peter Breen, Ryan Hays, and Thomas Strommen. Additionally, Carlisle Evans Peck, Julia Floberg, Rachelle LaNae Smith, Kyle Johnson, Emily Kastrul, and Cecilia Erholtz will all grace the stage. Opening up the show will be three cherished acts.
8pm – Jarrelle Barton A truly masterful player of the traditional Chinese instrument Guzheng. His music is filled with deep emotion and moving expression held together by a profound attention to detail. https://www.facebook.com/JarrelleGuzheng
8:30pm – The Undoers Gabriel Rodreick and Jack Stanek are an astonishing duo. Soulful singing accompanied by stellar guitar playing. These two never disappoint.
9pm – Betazoid Dreamy synthy magic makers. This trio just released their debut EP, Scam Likely, this summer. So grateful to have them joining the evening. betazoid.bandcamp.com
9:30pm – Willow Waters “As the ripples on the surface of the river mingle and transform the lines and reflections of our world, so Willow Water’s music shapeshifts and defies categorization. Dancing lithely between rock and roll, country, old folk, and jazz; bolstered by rich, intricate, and often surprising arrangements and instrumentation, her music exhibits exhaustive precision and delightful variety. And centering this vast array of orchestration is Willow’s singular voice – a voice that is grounding in timbre yet soaring in its revelations.” – Carlisle Evans Peck https://www.facebook.com/Willowwatersmusics
Sunday, October 14
MotherFest is a musical event featuring Twin Cities MOMS in music. Join us for an eclectic showcase of performers who are out to smash the stereotypes that women face when they become mothers – mom jeans and all. They are women who do the seemingly impossible, balancing their creative passion and the demands of motherhood. They are women with songs to sing, guitars to shred, and bands to lead… all between packing lunches and changing diapers. MotherFest will feature family-friendly artists on two stages from 4-6, followed by grown-up-focused programming from 6-9. Expect a diverse sampling of some of the Twin Cities’ best-loved performers, including Little Fevers, Katy Vernon, and Voice of Culture African Drum and Dance. Food by WildEarth WoodFired Pizza Supported by Able Seedhouse & Brewery.
SuperMonster市City! at the Trylon Cinema!, 2820 E 33rd St • 2:30pm
The Trylon Cinema invited SuperMonster市City! to install a mini-exhibit for their weekend screenings of an amazing TRIPLE FEATURE of the Universal Studio’s FRANKENSTEIN (1931), BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN(1935), and SON OF FRANKENSTEIN (1939). Find screening times at https://www.trylon.org/films/category/its-alive/ We’ll greet you in the lobby with books, vintage toys, and more, including our publication of the 200th anniversary edition of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. We’ll have copies for sale in the lobby and we’ll sign them! Or, get a copy on Amazon at: https://amzn.to/2Mc5JDd
Cinema Book Club: Frankenstein @ Moon Palace Books, 3032 Minnehaha Ave • 5pm
Join the Cinema Book Club for a discussion of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. 3pm screening at the Trylon https://www.trylon.org/film/frankenstein/2018-10-14/ 5pm discussion at Moon Palace Get your copy at Moon Palace for 20% off! https://moonpalacebooks.com//?q=h.calevent&eid=3882
Monday, October 15
￼Want to learn ASL for a loved one? Studying ASL, but have no one to practice with? Let’s get started! As part of our fall season performance, Threads Dance Project will premiere “To Hear Like Me”, with the purpose of bridging the gap between the hearing community and the Deaf/Hard of Hearing Community through the use of ASL, music visualization, and silence within the piece. In conjunction with this exciting and meaningful new work, Threads is hosting a monthly ASL Learning Group from August through November. Sessions will be led by ASL interpreter Terryann Nash. Each month we will focus on a new theme, each class unique – so please join us for any or all!
Inner Transition Longfellow @ 4324 40th Ave S. • 6:30-8pm
A safe and supportive group for people coming to grips with mounting evidence pointing to near-term human extinction. This is not a grief-recovery group, but a place to openly discuss the topic and meet others who share your concerns. This month the group will continue to read Deb Ozarko’s book, Beyond Hope: Letting Go of a World in Collapse.)
Baby Storytime with Sarah and Bruno @ Moon Palace Books, 3032 Minnehaha Ave • 10:30am
Read, dance, sing, and play with Sarah and Bruno the chicken. These storytimes are perfect for kids 0-24 months and their caregivers, but all are welcome. Sarah is a fiscal year 2018 recipient of an Artist Initiative grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board. This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.
FREE community herbal clinic @ The Medicine Tree Herbal Pharmacy, Acupuncture and Massage Clinic, 3708 E 34th St • 5pm
Excited to announce that its THAT time of year once again! Autumn is when the apprentices graduate and those who so choose, move on from the program to apprenticing in the FREE herbal clinic! Free clinics run every Monday night from 5-8pm beginning October 8th!!
• • How they work: show up anytime from 5-7:30 pm! Clinics are first come, first serve. You may certainly call ahead and let us know that you plan to come, but we do not reserve spaces. You will fill out a short “freedom of care” form and then a student herbalist and I will sit together as you go through your story and main concerns. We will use tongue assessment and our expert questioning skills to come up with appropriate remedies for you and then we will formulate herbal medicines on the spot and you will be on your merry way! We will then call you the next week or you’re free to come in for a short follow up! That’s it!
YOU help a student learn the craft so long to learn, and WE supply you with handcrafted herbal medicines!
Quiet Hours @ Community Healing Hub, 4101 37thAve S • 4pm
Spend quiet time in the Community Healing Hub, as we make it a place for calm and quiet in an overwhelming world. All are welcome. Upon entering the room there is no talking or noise making and will set electronic devices aside. Seekers coming into this space will experience: – Soft, ambient lighting (a fireplace once it’s cooler outside) – Calming music – Light aromatherapy will be used – Allowed use of sensory items (weighted blankets, neck scarves, fidget items) – Tea and water will be available The time can be used to meditate, read (refrain reading from an electronic device), write, draw, pray, or simply sitting in silence. There is no talking or noise making during this time. This is a time meant for those that are able to sit quietly for a bit of time, because of this the opportunity is best suited for individuals at least 10 years of age. Come and go as you like. Stay for 5 minutes or the whole 2 hours.
The Community Healing Hub will host this every Monday from 4-6pm until December 17, 2018. There is no cost associated and we will request that seekers complete a short survey after their experience so we can better serve the community. A host will be available if assistance or additional support is desired.
P • PL / Nadine / Francis Brown @ Moon Palace Books, 3032 Minnehaha Ave • 9pm • 21+ | $7 |
NADINE is such sweet smart pops always stuck somewhere in my head. https://nadine.bandcamp.com/ Francis Brown is hard to find, except I see him almost everyday. Slick, up-and-coming mpls hip hop. https://soundcloud.com/francis-brown-1/coffee-ft-spencer-joles-prod-aqaurious-minded https://p-pl.bandcamp.com
Tuesday, October 16
Wednesday, October 17
The perfect fall class to break up your week. Wednesday, October 17 7:00PM – 8:00PM Urban Forage Winery & Cidery $20 = Slow Flow Yoga + Wine/Cider (what ever your heart desires Thirsty Yogi). https://www.ombrewers.com/buy-classes/yoga-wine-minneapolis-urban-forage Space is limited, so pre-register in advance. Mats available for rent for $3. Your ticket includes one glass of wine or cider. Class is all levels, and we’ll move a little slower than we normally do.
Some juicy, restorative postures so you can wine down mid-week. Did you know that we have a local winery/cidery right here in Minneapolis? We didn’t either til we were tipped off to this hidden gem in the Longfellow neighborhood. Husband & wife owners that create & bottle every product right on site. Our Thirsty Yogis were asking for some mid-week & gluten-free options, and we are so excited that Urban Forage made that possible. Questions? Email Melissa@OmBrewers.com https://www.ombrewers.com/buy-classes/yoga-wine-minneapolis-urban-forage
Crime Book Club – Death of a Rainmaker, Moon Palace Books, 3032 Minnehaha Ave • 7pm
Join the Crime Book Club for a discussion of Death of a Rainmaker by Laurie Loewenstein. Get your copy at Moon Palace Books for 20% off! When a rainmaker is bludgeoned to death in the pitch-blackness of a colossal dust storm, small-town sheriff Temple Jennings shoulders yet another burden in the hard times of the 1930s Dust Bowl. The killing only magnifies Temple’s ongoing troubles: a formidable opponent in the upcoming election, the repugnant burden of enforcing farm foreclosures, and his wife’s lingering grief over the loss of their eight-year-old son. As the sheriff and his young deputy investigate the murder, their suspicions focus on a teenager, Carmine, serving with the Civilian Conservation Corps. The deputy, himself a former CCCer, struggles with remaining loyal to the corps while pursuing his own aspirations as a lawman. When the investigation closes in on Carmine, Temple’s wife, Etha, quickly becomes convinced of his innocence and sets out to prove it. But Etha’s own probe soon reveals a darker web of secrets, which imperil Temple’s chances of reelection and cause the husband and wife to confront their long-standing differences about the nature of grief. Laurie Loewenstein is the author of the best-selling novel, Unmentionables. An Ohio native, she currently lives in Columbia, Maryland. https://moonpalacebooks.com//?q=h.calevent&eid=3944
Neil Breen’s I Am Here..NOW @ Trylon Cinema, 2820 E 33rd St • 7pm
It’s time to get over the hump in this Neil Breenathon. Once again, written, directed, produced, edited and starring former real-estate agent and architect turned direct-to-video trash heap auteur. On one end of the spectrum lies subtly…on the other is Neil Breen. Disappointed by its creation, the almighty being that created Man arrives on Earth in a human form and interacts with various troubled, wicked and sinful people on his journey to Vegas. $5, Advance tickets: http://www.trylon.org/films/category/tfd/ https://youtu.be/lPSOSv4pD7w Invite your friends!
Zumba w/Bernice – Powderhorn Park Gym • 6:30pm
Get over that midweek hump w/FREE ZUMBA AT POWDERHORN PARK!!! CLASE GRATIS EN POWDERHORN!
Big George Jackson Blues Band – Free Music Wednesdays @ The Hook and Ladder Theater & Lounge, 3010 Minnehaha Ave • Doors 6pm | Music 7pm | 21+ | Able Brewing Happy Hour 6-8pm ($1 OFF) FREE
Big George Jackson is known as the “authentic big man of the blues”. He sings with a distinctive bass-rich voice, only a six-foot six inch gentle giant could be blessed with. Add his fat harmonica playing, dead-on phrasing, commanding stage-presence and instant audience rapport and it’s easy to understand why the audience howls when he delivers his music. #FreeMusicWednesdays
Thursday, October 18`
Green Coffee Talk @ Peace Coffee, 3262 Minnehaha Ave • 7pm
Are you looking to “Go Green” or need help along our Green Journey? Come meet/collaborate wit other like-minded, Eco-friendly people! We’ll discuss how to overcome the challenges of staying Green and share tips/resources on Eco-friendly options! Join us at Peace Coffee for October’s Green Coffee Talk
Left Lane Cruiser, Dustin Arbuckle & The Damnations, & The Fret Rattles @ The Hook and Ladder Theater & Lounge, 3010 Minnehaha Ave • Doors 7:30pm | Music 8:30pm | 21+ | $12 Advance | $15 Day of Show
Left Lane Cruiser Indiana’s trash-blues outfit Left Lane Crusier is back supporting their most recent (2017) album of high-energy R&B. “Claw Machine Wizard” is a return to the band’s two man format, headed by slide guitar extraordinaire Freddy J IV, and backed by drumming machine Pete Dio. Left Lane Cruiser has been making records for over a decade, and along with their music being featured in many hit television series such as Banshee, Breaking Bad, and Nashville, they have been receiving critical acclaim across the globe.
Dustin Arbuckle & The Damnations As a founding member of the critically-acclaimed progressive roots outfit Moreland and Arbuckle, vocalist/harmonica player Dustin Arbuckle has been working hard on the road for over a decade. After 15 years, 7 albums, and hundreds of shows across 23 countries, Moreland & Arbuckle have amicably gone their separate ways. As one door closes, another opens, and Arbuckle is now ready to explore a wide range of music with his new project, Dustin Arbuckle & The Damnations. A musician of vast appetites, he’s long held an appreciation for traditional American music in the vein of Charley Patton as well as the cross-pollinated sounds of The Band or Stax-style soul.
Fret Rattles Minneapolis-based Fret Rattles already have several fine rock records under their belt but, like the rest of this bill, are best enjoyed live. They are also the curators and visionaries behind this triple-threat live recording event. The band finds a more raw, stripped down approach to the music these days, happily wearing their influences on their sleeves.
Trivia Thursday: Serial killers @ Urban Forage Winery and Cider House, 3016 E Lake St • 7pm
OK. Let’s be clear. This is not about celebrating people who were clearly not good human beings. They were some of the worst. But this is October, a month when the darker side of human nature is acknowledged. And as such- for the third month of October- we have serial killer trivia. You asked for it. Here it is.
Yoga w/Dallas at CANDO • 6:30pm
Thursday Yoga is back at CANDO weekly w/Dallas!! This accessible class is designed to help students discover their personal practice in a supportive space. Rather than expecting students to conform to arbitrary shapes, my goal is to create opportunities for students to feel more relaxed and confident in their bodies, regardless of experience or physical mobility. Expect a class with dynamic sequencing, some mindfulness practice, and messaging that celebrates who you already are. All are welcome.