Weekly Roundup: Dec 4-10

Stay safe and strong, Greater Longfellow.


LCC is so grateful to the Minnesota Association of Realtors (MAR). They generously decided to include LCC in their fundraising campaign to support our efforts with $35,337.00 to help the small businesses who lost so much after the killing of George Floyd and the subsequent unrest. We especially want to thank Telly Mamayek, VP Communications & Engagement, from the Minneapolis Area Realtors who was instrumental in reaching out to LCC and sharing our story.
Thank you to all who managed this fundraising effort and to those who donated. Your support will go a long way in this community.


Featured Upcoming & Ongoing Events

The Minnesota Peacebuilding Leadership Institute Trainings partially funded by the Minneapolis Foundation for all those who live, work, and/or play in Minneapolis:

STAR-Lite Training: Learning Strategies for Trauma Awareness and Resilience in a Single Day for Cultural Competence, Racial Justice Healing and Equity 
Early Tuition: $99 Standard Tuition: $155  CEs/CLEs available for MN mental health professionals, attorneys, teachers, and nurses.
Thursday, December 10, 2020, 9am-5pm CST


Friday, Dec 4 

Craft your own holiday wreath w/ Urban Forage Winery and Cider House @ 6pm
Create your own beautiful handmade holiday wreath with artisan Danielle H.  Spend two hours in a holiday-infused environment sipping wine and crafting with friends.  Limited availability.
$50 per person. Text host at 970-888-0736 for Venmo payment details.  (@Danielle-Hachtel)

Virtual Talk: Robin Wall Kimmerer @ Noon • ONLINE EVENT • FREE
To join us for this FREE virtual event, reserve your ticket here: bit.ly/3k0RrSt.
Drawing on both indigenous and scientific knowledge, botanist Robin Wall Kimmerer, author of “Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teaching of Plants,” talks about the importance of cultivating a reciprocal relationship with the environment, and how understanding our connection to the land helps us connect more deeply with one another.

After this talk, enjoy a self-guided tour through Mia’s collection looking at the relationship between artists and nature, and consider how art can connect us to our shared humanity.
To attend: This event will take place via Zoom. 
Click here: bit.ly/3k0RrSt to reserve online and receive an email with the Zoom link for the program. If you have never used Zoom before, you will be prompted to download the Zoom app or join from your browser. Zoom works best on the Google Chrome browser. If you are having any trouble, contact our visitor experience team at visit@artsmia.org
Give back: This program is free. Mia relies on your support to present its programs and exhibitions. Please consider making a contribution here: bit.ly/354RGYI

Saturday, Dec 5

Virtual Julmarknad Artist Panels – Use Every Day @ 10am • ONLINE EVENT • FREE
Hear from this year’s Julmarknad artists in four online panels during the American Swedish Institute’s Virtual Julmarknad Day. These 30-minute sessions, broken up into thematic categories, will give you a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to make a living as a craft artisan in 2020. Join us on Zoom to say hello to the artists from their homes and studios, learn more about their work and process, and listen in as conversations unfold across craft disciplines. You’ll feel like you had a chance to meet the artists in person, just like any other Julmarknad! Panels are completely free to attend. 

Use Every Day featured artists:
•  Kilns of Flanders
•  Clayhouse Pottery Studio
•  V ä v a! V e v e
•  River Oaks Farm Studio
•  Losse Clay Studio
•  West Ash Designs
•  Homesteading Bliss

Register for this panel here: https://38380.blackbaudhosting.com/38380/Julmarknad-Artist-Panel—Use-Every-Day
Julmarknad Artists Panel Schedule :
•  10-10:30 a.m. CST: Use Every Day
•  11-11:30 a.m. CST: Virtual Julmarknad Artist Panels – Play Every Day
•  1-1:30 p.m. CST: Virtual Julmarknad Artist Panels – Wear Every Day
•  2-2:30 p.m. CST: Virtual Julmarknad Artist Panels – Display Every Day

Sunday, Dec 6

Virtual Nordic Handcraft Demo: Going Green for the Holidays with Christine Hoffman @ 1pm • ONLINE EVENT
Deck your halls with natural, fragrant holiday décor this season! Christine Hoffman, a floral designer and “Slow Flowers” advocate who specializes in local and organic florals, will explore a bevy of fun and easy projects with simple winter greenery and preserved natural elements. She’ll share each project step-by-step, allowing students to create along from home or save the instructions for later.

$30 ASI members / $35 non-members. Register here: https://www.asimn.org/programs-education/events/virtual-nordic-handcraft-demo-going-green-holidays-christine-hoffman

Monday, Dec 7

Brick Art Design Lab Virtual Class w/ Snapology of Minneapolis @ 4pm
Join Snapology in this virtual LEGO class as we learn about different types of art and the periods in which they were created as we build our own works of art! Students will draw inspiration and guidance from great works of art like Da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa,” Van Gogh’s “Starry Night,” Wright’s “Falling Water,” and more! By the end of the experience, your child will be able to not only share information about famous artists, art forms, and art movements, but create their own unique works of art that reach beyond the past and into the future.
Snapology teachers are always present and actively teaching and engaging with students during class.
Supplies: Internet/Webcam device.  Roughly 1 gallon Ziploc Bag of loose LEGO bricks.  No special bricks required. 
Location: ZOOM Platform
Age Range:  5-10
Cost: $44 

Cultivating Creativity: Ranee, Aparna, and Ashwini Ramaswamy on Arts and Cultural Leadership @ 7pm
Ragamala Artistic Directors Ranee and Aparna Ramaswamy and Choreographic Associate Ashwini Ramaswamy share their decades of experience building an arts nonprofit in the Twin Cities and provide vital insights for the next generation of leaders in Minnesota’s arts and culture sector. Join this live artist talk via live stream.  The conversation will be moderated by Dean Sri Zaheer, of the Carlson School of Management and Alex West Steinman, co-founder of The Coven. Audiences will be welcome to ask questions online during the event.

Eric Utne & Neal Karlen in conversation @ 7pm • ONLINE EVENT
Tune in to the Magers & Quinn Facebook page on Monday, December 7 at 7:00pm Central time for an entertaining conversation between Eric Utne, author of “FAR OUT MAN: Tales of Life in the Counter-Culture”, and Neal Karlen, author of Prince’s biography “THIS THING CALLED LIFE”. 



Tuesday, Dec 8

Artist Talk: Paige Taul at MirrorLab with Ruth Hodgins @ 8pm • ONLINE EVENT
Join us this Tuesday at 8 PM via the link above for an artist talk by Paige Taul, followed by a discussion with Taul and Ruth Hodgins on the occasion of romansusan.org/it-makes-me-wanna-MINNEAPOLIS
This spring, Roman Susan shared “It makes me wanna” – a 2017 silent film by Paige Taul – at our storefront. This fall, we are grateful for another opportunity to present the work in Minneapolis, with our compatriots at MirrorLab.  “It makes me wanna” will be projected after dark, visible directly from the street at 3400 Cedar Ave in Minneapolis starting Friday, December 4 through Sunday, December 13. 

Paige Taul is an Oakland, CA native who received her B.A. in Studio Art with a concentration in cinematography from the University of Virginia and an M.F.A from the University of Illinois at Chicago in Moving Image. Her work engages with and challenges assumptions of black cultural expression and notions of belonging. Her interests lie in observing environmental and familial connections to concepts tied to racebased expectations and expose those boundaries of identity in veins such as religion, language, and other black community based experiences. To view more work by the artist, please visit paigetaul.com.

Ruth Hodgins is an artist and a founding board member of Roman Susan Art Foundation. Hodgins was the Bentson Archivist and Programmer working at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis from 2016-2019, and the Distribution Manager at the Video Data Bank at the Art Institute of Chicago between 2013-2016. As a programmer and writer, Ruth has contributed to a range of public programs including Loop Gallery in Seoul, The Glasgow School of Art, University of Illinois Chicago, Oberhausen Film Festival, Headroom at Iowa University, The Daily Serving, and Dinca Vision Quest Film Festival, Chicago.

MirrorLab is a collective studio and programming space located at 3400 Cedar Ave in South Minneapolis, formerly The White Page Gallery. It makes me wanna at MirrorLab is part of an emerging series Intermittence unfolding during Winter-Spring 2021. For more information, please follow @themirrorlab and visit mirror-lab.com.

Implicit Bias: How Our Paradigms Shape What We See @ 6pm
Implicit Bias: How Our Paradigms Shape What We See 
Andre Koen, Program Director, Mayo Clinic
Office of Diversity & Inclusion, Rocheste

Be Bold: How to Prepare Your Heart & Mind for Racial Reconciliation @ 7pm • ONLINE EVENT
What can I do? This question is often asked in response to tough discussions or events relating to race, racism, racial injustice, or systemic racism, both historically and as current events. 
How can I work towards a solution? How can I be a change agent? How can I be an ally? How can I effectively change my mindset to get to a place of total healing and racial reconciliation?  This book is an answer to the “What can I do” question. 

Join us for a conversation with LaToya J. Burrell, author of Be Bold.  We will hear what inspired her to write the book as well as  practical advice on how to talk about race and boldly move towards being the change that you want to see.

Stories in a Snapshot – December w/ American Swedish Institute @ 2pm • FREE 
Join ASI staff on Zoom as we explore different photographs from our archives each week. Together we will learn about the history of the photograph and its ties to Swedish-American culture. Participants are encouraged to share stories that are relevant to the photograph’s content.

This program is free. Space is limited to 10 participants per session and registration is required. Register by 9 a.m. on Tuesday morning to receive instructions to join us via Zoom. This program will be recorded so ASI can capture stories for archival and marketing purposes. 
Stories in a Snapshot December schedule; click individual dates to register:
•  December 8 – https://www.asimn.org/programs-education/events/stories-snapshot-20
•  December 15 – https://www.asimn.org/programs-education/events/stories-snapshot-21
•  December 22 – https://www.asimn.org/programs-education/events/stories-snapshot-22
•  December 29 – https://www.asimn.org/programs-education/events/stories-snapshot-23

Talk of the Stacks with Ijeoma Oluo @ 7pm • ONLINE EVENT • FREE
*Free registration available at: http://bit.ly/Ijeoma-Oluo-Registration* 
Join us for an evening with bestselling nonfiction author Ijeoma Oluo (“So You Want to Talk About Race”) as she discusses her new book “Mediocre: The Dangerous Legacy of White Male America” (releasing December 2020). 

This virtual event is FREE and open to the public, but registration is required via the link above. The talk will be followed by a live Q&A session with webinar participants.
Pre-order “Mediocre” through bookseller partner Magers & Quinn: https://bit.ly/order-mediocre  
The 2020 Talk of the Stacks series receives support from Presenting Sponsor U.S. Bank and Media Sponsor Star Tribune.

Community Peacemaking Virtual Workshop @ 7pm • ONLINE EVENT • FREE
These calls are for those of any faith and background who want to be peacemakers in their community. In this inclusive brave space, we’ll support each other and explore together the practical steps we can take to build a just peace in our own neighborhoods and relationships, while also caring for ourselves and dreaming of a more compassionate, equitable, and flourishing society. Expect collaborative brainstorming, personal reflection, and practical skills.

This month, we’ll be digging into identifying and reflecting on our network of connections, the relationships we have with other people, organizations, cultures, and within ourselves. These connections make us resilient under stress and create new opportunities to transform conflict together. Whether you’re new to peacemaking, or a highly experienced peacebuilder, your presence and insight are welcome and valued. This call is free to attend, but registration is required. You can register via Zoom here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwrdOqvpzktGt3zg8U2HUWlw5o4fA04avsy

Wednesday, Dec 9

Virtual Live Tours of ASI: Meet the Turnblads @ 2pm • ONLINE EVENT
Though we can’t gather together in-person right now, the American Swedish Institute is excited to announce that we are now offering virtual tours – so we can gather together online! ASI interpreters have designed facilitated, interactive experiences for virtual visitors to watch in real time, available through the Zoom platform. During the tours, participants can ask the interpreter questions and connect with one another through online conversations. 

In the “Meet the Turnblads” tour, you will be guided through the Turnblad Mansion and learn about its original owners – Swan and Christina Turnblad – from the comfort of your own home. These tours share information about the craftspeople behind this lovely historical treasure as well as Minnesota’s immigrant past. 
Cost: $15 per connection. Capacity is limited to optimize interaction.

There are two “Meet the Turnblads” virtual tours on Wednesday, December 9:
•  At 2 p.m. Central Time – register here: https://38380.blackbaudhosting.com/38380/Meet-the-Turnblads
•  At 6 p.m. Central Time – register here: https://38380.blackbaudhosting.com/38380/Meet-the-Turnblads-09Dec2020

Thursday, Dec 10

Queer Family Loss Group – all loss stages welcome @ 7:30pm • ONLINE EVENT
Topic: Queer Birth Project – Queer Family Loss Group (All Loss Stages Welcome)
Time: Dec 10, 2020 07:30 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81324997615
Meeting ID: 813 2499 7615


City of Minneapolis Updates & Info

The City of Minneapolis announces the launch of the Rehab Support Program.
In partnership with Minnesota Housing, the program offers the Fix Up Loan program at a fixed interest rate of 2% (2.144% APR based on $30,000 loan).The program, with a maximum loan amount of $30,000 is available in 43 select Minneapolis neighborhoods (see the attached map). The goal of the Rehab Support Program is to encourage households to complete improvements to their homes that will increase the home’s value while addressing health, safety and housing code violations.
Questions about the program should be directed to owneroccupiedrehab@minneapolismn.gov.
The Rehab Support Program, in partnership with the City of Minneapolis and Minnesota Housing, offers the Fix Up Loan program at a fixed interest rate of 2% (2.144% APR based on $30,000 loan). Maximum loan is $30,000 to 43 select Minneapolis neighborhoods. The goal of the Rehab Support Program is to encourage households to complete improvements to their homes that will increase the home’s value while addressing health, safety, and housing code violations.
The Rehab Support Program (RSP) offers the following:
Priority for improvements will be the correction of outstanding code orders and any mechanical, structural, and safety hazards. If no required repairs are present, permanent improvements such as, but not limited to, interior finishing/remodeling, energy conservation, accessibility, site work, building envelope, electrical, garage, HVAC, plumbing, and windows will be allowed.
• Household Income may not exceed $105,600.
• Must have a credit score of at least 620.
• Single-family homes, condominiums and townhomes are eligible.
• Ownership by any form of trust except Community Land Trust and individual home-site lease assignments on tribal trust land and ownership subject to a reverse mortgage are not eligible.
• Homeowner labor / sweat equity projects are not allowed.
How to Apply:
1. Download and print the Rehab Support Program application from the website or request an application be sent to you 
2. Complete and sign all forms.
3. Provide copies of supporting documents as described in the application.
4. Include a check payable to City of Minneapolis for the credit report. Cash and credit cards are not accepted.
Send your completed applications to:
E-mail: owneroccupiedrehab@minneapolismn.gov
FAX: 612-424-8281
Mail: City of Minneapolis – CPED
Attn: Owner Occupied Rehab
105 Fifth Avenue South Suite 200
Minneapolis, MN 55401-2534
Questions please call: Owner Occupied Rehab at (612) 673-5174
For more information about this program and other owner occupied home improvement programs, please visit our web site: http://www2.minneapolismn.gov/cped/housing/WCMSP-213535

City seeking input on 38th Street Strategic Development THRIVE Plan
The City of Minneapolis is seeking community feedback for the final revision to the 38th Street Strategic Development THRIVE Plan.
The plan is an opportunity toward continuing the legacy and heritage of a deeply rooted African American community by preserving their economic vibrancy, creative identity, and affordability that strengthens the vitality, resilience and partnership of the people who live and work in the district. The plan has been created by community stakeholders in collaboration with the City of Minneapolis.

Proposed changes would best describe where and how the community wants to grow, based on historical roots, a desire for stronger community vitality and sustainable economic growth in the future. The deadline to comment is Monday, Dec. 7, 2020. Learn more about the plan and how to provide feedback on the City’s websiteSpeed limit now 20 mph on local residential streets for safety
Crews have finished installing signs at entry points in Minneapolis alerting drivers that the speed limit is now 20 mph in the city unless otherwise signed. The City of Saint Paul expects to complete its installation of new citywide and downtown gateway signs by early 2021.

Slower speeds on local streets make travel safer for everyone no matter how you get around. The speed limit changes follow detailed technical studies done by the cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul Public Works departments to determine appropriate local speed limits as required by state statute. Now that the gateway signs are installed in Minneapolis, the 20 mph speed limit on local residential streets is in effect. The cities will generally not be posting 20 mph signs on local residential streets.

New speed limits are 20 mph for local residential streets; 25 mph for larger, arterial City-owned streets; and 30-plus mph for a few City-owned streets. Per Minnesota law, cities do not have authority to change speed limits on County and MnDOT roads. Speed limits on these streets in Minneapolis and Saint Paul will not change.

Reducing speed limits is one of the key strategies in the Minneapolis Vision Zero Action Plan, which outlines key steps for the next three years to advance the City’s goal of ending traffic deaths and injuries on City streets by 2027
Watch a video promoting the new slower speed limits in EnglishSpanishSomali and Hmong.
Learn more about the speed limit changes at visionzerompls.com and stpaul.gov/speedlimits.

Adoption fees waived in December at Minneapolis Animal Care & Control
To help pets find their forever homes for the holidays, Minneapolis Animal Care & Control is waiving adoption fees for all adoptable animals during the month of December.

Adoption details

  • Browse adoptable animals at www2.minneapolismn.gov/animals/adopt.
  • Call 311 or 612-673-6222 to request an adoption appointment. All adoptions are being done by appointment to limit the spread of COVID-19.
  • Adopters must meet and spend time with the animal they want to adopt before completing adoption paperwork.
  • Minneapolis residents must purchase a City pet license
  • Read more


COVID-19 Updates & Resources:

COVID-19 restrictions in effect as pandemic surges:
To address the surge in COVID-19 cases, in-person social gatherings with individuals outside your household are prohibited; bars and restaurants are dialed back to take-out and delivery service only; gyms, fitness studios, entertainment venues, event spaces, and similar establishments will need to close; and adult and youth sports are paused until Friday, Dec. 18. Retail businesses, salons, and places of worship may continue to operate with proper precautions in place. Childcare remains open. Schools will continue to operate under the Safe Learning Plan, which shifts between in-person, distance, and hybrid learning depending on the local conditions of the virus. All other current restrictions also remain in effect.

The pandemic has reached a concerning and dangerous phase throughout much of the Midwest this November. It took 29 weeks to reach 100,000 infections in Minnesota, and just six weeks after that to reach 200,000. Now the state has surpassed 300,000 infections. Find more information on the restrictions.

Find free COVID-19 tests; help stop the spread
The City of Minneapolis is offering free COVID-19 tests. Testing is encouraged and available to everyone, whether or not you have symptoms. Testing is one of the best ways to stop the spread of COVID-19 and help prevent exposing your loved ones to the virus.

You can expect to get your test results in about two business days.
More free COVID-19 tests

  • Minneapolis Convention Center, 1301 Second Ave. S., Exhibit Room E Noon-7 p.m. weekdays and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. weekends starting Nov. 9 Make an appointment hereFind instructions here.
  • Native American Community Clinic, 1213 E. Franklin Ave. 2 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays Appointments required: Call 612-872-8086 to schedule an appointment.
  • Southside Community Health Services, 324 E. 35th St. 2-3 p.m. Mondays through Fridays Appointments required: Call 612-821-3548 to schedule an appointment. You can expect to get your test results in about two-three business days. Same day testing can be done for health care workers, first responders and essential workers.

Find a current list of free COVID-19 tests on the City website.
The COVID-19 test is free, and you do not need insurance for the test. If you need medical care but don’t have health insurance, the Minnesota Department of Health offers resources to find low-cost health care or health insurance.
If you can’t attend one of these testing events, you can use this directory to find a testing location near you.
Watch and share these short videos in EnglishSpanishSomali and Hmong by the Minnesota Department of Health about what to expect when you get a COVID-19 test.Flu shots more important than ever – commit to get yours for National Influenza Vaccination Week Dec. 6-12
National Influenza Vaccination Week is Dec. 6-12. The week reminds everyone 6 months and older that there’s still time to get vaccinated against flu to be protected during the upcoming winter and holiday months.
The flu is serious and kills 30,000-60,000 people every year. Those most at risk for serious complications from flu and COVID-19 include people with underlying health conditions such as diabetes or lung disease; people 65 and older; and Black, Latinx and Indigenous people.

This winter, we’ll be dealing with the flu and COVID-19 at the same time, so it’s more important than ever to get a flu shot. It’s the best way to protect yourself, your loved ones and our health care workers and emergency responders. Getting a flu shot is easy, safe and free, even if you don’t have health insurance. Flu season lasts through March. If you can’t get vaccinated now, it’s OK to do it later, even in early 2021. Read more

 COVID-19 Housing Assistance Program helps with housing expenses 
Minnesota’s COVID-19 Housing Assistance Program helps cover housing expenses such as rent, mortgage, utilities or other housing-related costs. This program will help keep folks in their homes and maintain housing stability for eligible renters and homeowners in communities across the state.
People in Minnesota interested in applying for assistance can call the Greater Twin Cities United Way’s 211 Resource Helpline at 651-291-0211, visiting 211unitedway.org or texting “MNRENT” or “MNHOME” to 898-211. The 211 Helpline has dedicated multilingual staff to answer questions about the COVID-19 Housing Assistance Program 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. For questions regarding the application process, check the COVID-19 Housing Assistance Program frequently asked questions.

Spanish/English COVID-19 hotline now available
Hispanic Advocacy and Community Empowerment through Research (HACER) is partnering with the Minnesota Department of Health to launch a COVID-19 hotline in Spanish and English. This statewide service provides accurate and culturally relevant information regarding COVID-19 to Latinx communities.Call 651-304-6145 for assistance in Spanish with questions or concerns about:

  • Where to get tested.
  • What to do while you wait for your results.
  • How to manage if you’ve tested positive.

Program coordinators and hotline specialists are trained to best understand the needs of the Latinx community around the state as they relate to COVID-19 and will offer resources provided by the Minnesota Department of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and local organizations.

 State executive order suspending evictions extended until Dec. 14; rental assistance available through Hennepin County
The governor’s latest extension of the peacetime emergency means that the suspension of evictions and landlord-initiated lease terminations remains in place until Dec. 14.
This suspension will allow households to remain sheltered during the peacetime emergency. The executive order does not relieve a tenant’s obligation to pay rent.

Emergency rental assistance: Hennepin County offers emergency rental assistance for residents with low incomes who have been financially harmed by COVID-19. Residents can learn more and apply at www.hennepin.us/rent-help and find more information here:


Ways to Help

How to donate food & supplies If you’re moved to support your community by donating food, the best way to reach hungry people is through food shelves. And the best way to help food shelves is with monetary donations. The dollars go much further through their own purchases, it prevents food donations from spoiling, and it allows the food shelves to purchase specific items that are needed for the community. Please note that Minneapolis Public Schools is not able to accept food donations or supplies at its food distribution sites or schools at this time. For information on how to support food shelves and meal sites, please visit the Health Department’s food donations page or view the pdf for specific needs shared by food shelves.

RLM & Peace Coffee Food Pantry • Distribution is 2:00-5:00 Tuesdays and Fridays
Donations taken from 1:00 – 5:00 on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday to the door on the 33rd st side of the building.
Cash donations go to Venmo: @gabs-Semansky
Current needs: Baby supplies and personal hygiene products including soap, toothpaste, tooth brushes, toilet paper.
Household goods such as Laundry detergent, dish soap, paper towels.

Virtual concerts, events, tours, and children’s activities to entertain everyone during social distancing:

Hennepin and First Roadway Improvements Listening Session
Thursday, December 10, 6 – 8 pm

Upper Harbor Terminal Learning Table: Community Benefits Operationalized Continued
Wednesday, December 16, 4:30 – 6:30 pm
Pillsbury United Communities and the Environmental Justice Coordinating Committee invite you to join them as they continue to work to explore community benefits actualized at the UHT development. Those who attended in October should come prepared to discuss “homework” outlined and next steps. New attendees will also have the opportunity to engage in the process. For information and to register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/upper-harbor-learning-table-community-benefits-operationalized-continued-tickets-130517147301?ref=enivtefor001&invite=MjAxMTg4MzUvYW5uLmNhbHZlcnRAbWlubmVhcG9saXNtbi5nb3YvMA%3D%3D%0A&utm_source=eb_email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=inviteformalv2&utm_term=attend

Historical Photos

Hennepin History Museum presents: Living Room Conversations
Connecting with Friends and Family over Politics: Tuesday, December 8, 6:30 – 8 pm

Hennepin History presents: ‘Tis the Season
Saturday, December 19, 1 – 2:30 pm

Christmas Ornament Nostalgia

Sing Along to Sounds of Blackness Singing “Hold On, Change is Coming”