Weekly Roundup: August 16-22

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Check out this week’s upcoming events in Greater Longfellow and meet your neighbors!

Upcoming & Ongoing Events

Midtown Farmers Market 2019 @ Moon Palace Books,3032 Minnehaha Ave • 8am
Join Midtown Farmers Market at Moon Palace Books for the 2019 Market Season!
Bringing Fresh Local Flavor to ALL in South Minneapolis, since 2003.
Saturdays 8am-1pm May-October
Tuesdays 3pm-7pm June-October

WHAT’S AVAILABLE?
-fresh, local, and affordable fruits, vegetables, and prepared foods
-brunch (Sat.) and dinner (Tues.) options from hot/ready-to-eat food vendors
-arts and crafts by local artisans
-free live music, fitness classes, and kids activities
-a $10 Market Bucks match for SNAP/EBT customers
-lawn games and places to hang out and connect with friends, family, and neighbors
WHY? The Midtown Farmers Market is an all-local, community-based farmers market, committed to strengthening our local economy, advancing food justice, and uniting neighbors from all backgrounds at the Hi-Lake interchange.

Your open invitation to casual neighborhood Ultimate Frisbee games
Each Thursday | 5:30pm – dusk | Brackett Park | Starting May 2
It’s purposely a low-barrier-of-entry group and style of play. If you kind-of maybe know how to throw a frisbee and are ok with some jogging, this game is for you!
All ages and experience levels – we’ve had kids from age 8 to over 60. Come or go anytime after 5:30pm, and come out as often as works for you. Just show up! Or connect on the e-democracy Longfellow forum to get on the email list for weekly invites and reminders: http://forums.e-democracy.org/groups/mpls-longfellow/

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Syringe Clean-up Request–
Have you spotted loose syringes that you’d like Southside Harm Reduction Services to come clean up? Submit details through this form, and they’ll do our best to get volunteers out to take care of it! http://www.southsideharmreduction.org/syringe-clean-up-request/

Belle’s ToolBox
3400 42nd Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55406
www.belles-ToolBox.org
belles.toolbox@gmail.com
Walk, ride your bike, take the Number 9, skip, hop, or jump over to see how the Podners for Peas Learning Garden is growing and what new creations are blooming inside the ToolBox! Can’t wait to see you!
Open Hours:
Tuesday-Friday 10am-Noon
Tuesday-Thursday 2-4pm
Every Third Saturday 10am-Noon

This week’s movies at the Trylon Cinema and Riverview Theater!

 

Friday, Aug 16

Butch r Baker & The CandleStyx at Minnehaha Falls • 7pm
Who are the Candlestyx?

The Candlestyx, headed by Butch r Baker, brings together a core group of highly talented musicians of diverse ages, from a range of musical styles, all capable of playing multiple Instruments. The band masters many styles of music and spotlights the talents of each musician. The end result is fun, audibly rich and appeals to a broad demographic. With a strong emphasis on talent and quality, the “Butch r Baker and the Candlestyx” brand means that no matter what the conceptual event, the performance is worth attending.

 

Elite Tap Feet 2019 Audition @ Ballare Teatro Performing Arts Center, 4259 Minnehaha Ave • 4pm
AUDITION FOR ELITE TAP FEET!

Are you an advanced tap dancer between the ages of 13-19? Audition for this year’s Elite Tap Feet performance group. The group of dancers selected will learn an original piece of choreography to be performed at this year’s Festival!  And we’re pleased to announce this year’s guest choreographer will be Sarah Reich!
No need to prepare a choreographed piece for the audition. Dancers must be between the ages of 13-19 at the time of the audition. Selected dancers will have dues of a $150 and two rehearsals that weekend to learn choreography.
Questions contact : kaleena@twincitiestap.com
If chosen, rehearsals will follow the auditions, that weekend at Ballare Teatro:
SATURDAY, August 17: 10am- 2pm
SUNDAY, August 18: 10am- 2pm
Medieval Dance Class with Stary Olsa @ Tapestry Folkdance Center, 3748 Minnehaha Ave • 7:30am 
Hey, Minneapolis! Do you like to dance? We prepared for you something unusual! Medieval music band STARY OLSA from Belarus with unique dance program! Welcome to the Tapestry Folkdance Center to a Medieval Dance Class!
• The dance class includes the traditional Belarusian social dances and medieval European dances, danced to authentic music. The dances are danced in a variety of formations, e.g. short lines, circles and couples. Many dances are easy to learn. You don’t need to come with a partner. It’s fun for people of all ages and nationalities.
• We delight in sharing our dances and music with others. Beginners are welcome, no previous dance experience necessary. Dress is casual. Wear comfortable, SOFT-SOLED shoes.
Tickets: $15 general, $13 member, at the door
http://tapestryfolkdance.org/

• STARY OLSA is a medieval Belarusian music band from Minsk, Belarus. It was founded in 1999 by its present leader Zmicier Sasnoŭski and now consists of 6 musicians. It takes its name from an old brook in the central part of Belarus.
Stary Olsa has released 10 studio albums and 3 live albums. The band uses maximal exact copies of old aged instruments such as Belarusian bagpipe, hurdy-gurdy, gusli (Baltic psaltery), svirel (reed pipe), shawms, jew’s-harp, Belarusian trumpet, rebec, lute, cister, tromba marina and drums. The band’s music is deeply and inextricably linked to the traditional culture, history and musical traditions of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.
www.staryolsa.com
Music & Merch: www.staryolsa.bandcamp.com

 

MCC at Riverview Cafe, 3753 42nd Ave S • 7:30pm

 

Akira @  Riverview Theater, 3800 42md Ave • 11:30pm
Akira (1988) This gritty sci-fi animated film is one of the most influential movies of all time, inspiring much of the anime that followed it as well as Hollywood filmmakers, video game developers and comic book artists.
In 1988 the Japanese government drops an atomic bomb on Tokyo after ESP experiments on children go awry. In 2019, 31 years after the nuking of the city, Kaneda, a bike gang leader, tries to save his friend Tetsuo from a secret government project. He battles anti-government activists, greedy politicians, irresponsible scientists and a powerful military leader until Tetsuo’s supernatural powers suddenly manifest. A final battle is fought in Tokyo Olympiad exposing the experiment’s secrets.
All seats just $3. 11:30pm showtime*
Check out our full summer lineup here: http://www.riverviewtheater.com/show/show/2621
*Showtimes are subject to change based on our regular programing. Films will not start earlier than 11:30pm.

 

Event Horizon (1997) @ Trylon Cinema, 2820 E 33rd St • 8:30pm 
When the spaceship Event Horizon returns after having disappeared on its maiden voyage seven years earlier, the investigation team finds that the vessel has traveled somewhere evil.

IT! The Terror from Beyond Space (1958) on 35mm! @ Trylon Cinema, 2820 E 33rd • 7pm
When an expedition to Mars ends in catastrophe, a rescue crew is sent up. They find one survivor, who claims that his team was wiped out by an unknown life-form—now stowed away for the trip back to Earth! This standout B picture is a favorite of Alien screenwriter Dan O’Bannon and director John Carpenter.

Curtiss A Celebrates Flying Saucers and Rock & Roll! @ Schooner Tavern, 2901 27th Ave S • 8:30pm 
On the 42nd anniversary of Elvis’ passing, Curtiss has a milestone of his own- the 50th anniversary of his abduction by aliens. A riveting paranormal event which Curtiss will undoubtedly reflect on during this special performance featuring members of Jerks of Fate, The Dark Click and other extraterrestrials.
You will enter into a journey of totally new sets and rare performances of Curtiss A originals you don’t always hear.

 

 

Saturday, Aug 17

Grayson DeWolfe with Wayward, & Weston Wold @ The Hook and Ladder Theater & Lounge, 3010 Minnehaha Ave • Grayson’s VIP Doors 6:45pm • General Admission Doors 7:30pm • Music 8pm • All Ages • $12 Advance  • $15 Day of Show • $25 VIP
Grayson DeWolfe with special guests Wayward and Weston Wold
At the age of 21, Grayson DeWolfe has been packing venues in the Twin Cities for the past four years. The multi-instrumentalist and producer spent his early years in high school touring the country, opening for national acts such as PVRIS, Why Don’t We, The Plain White T’s, Echosmith, and more. Achieving a massive amount of traction after winning Minnesota’s Go 96.3’s Battle of the Bands, DeWolfe opened for Run the Jewels and Bishop Briggs while debuting “Karma”, which now has over 500,000 streams. The new single “Did it All” and ”King of Nothing” showcase energetic horns and DeWolfe’s capabilities as a songwriter and producer – they are the first of many singles  set to release throughout 2019.
Jonathan Edwards, aka Wayward, is an Indie Pop Singer-Songwriter from Minneapolis, MN. With a love for writing and sharing songs, Wayward is playing 100 shows this year in anticipation of his debut full-length album “Happiness”. Wayward’s sound has often been compared to Ed Sheeran, Jason Mraz, and The Lumineers.
Weston Wold is a singer/songwriter from Minneapolis Minnesota. In early 2019 he released his debut EP titled ‘White Noise’, described as a “mix between Charlie Puth and Panic at the Disco.” Weston’s music can be found on all streaming services.

4th Curtis/Transcendental Strangers?/The Transcranials @ Music at Moon Palace, 3032 Minnehaha Ave • 9pm
Buncha’ rascals dishin’ out noise at Moon Palace this evening 4th Curtis: https://4thcurtis.bandcamp.com/
Scrappy gay cripplepunk The Transcranials: https://www.facebook.com/transcranials/
Moody throwback power trio Transcendental Strangers? https://transcendentalstrangers.bandcamp.com/
Freaked out psych rock *All ages* so bring the whole family

Rich Mattson & The Northstars with Headlight Rivals @ The Hook and Ladder Theater & Lounge, 3010 Minnehaha Ave • The Hook and Ladder Mission Room • Doors 7:30pm • Music 8:00pm • 21+ • $8 Advance • $12 Day of Show
Join us for cosmic folk rock group, Rich Mattson & The Northstars, lead by singer-songwriter and record producer, Rich Mattson (The Glenrustles, Ol’ Yeller, Tisdales, Bitter Spills, Sparta Sound) with Germaine Gemberling’s hauntingly emotive, classic folk-county vocals. Also taking the stage, midwestern emo-pop-rockers from Manhattan, Kansas, the Headlight Rivals and Rich Yarges and the Pop Mechanics

 

Sunday, Aug 18

Winery tour and tasting @ Urban Forage Winery and Cider House, 3016 E Lake St • 12:10pm • 21+
Take a tour of the basement winery and production facility at Urban Forage with co-owner and winemaker, Jeff. Taste a sampling of our offerings on tap, as well as samples of ciders and wines in production. Stay afterward in the taproom for an informal question and answer session.

Sunday Classes at the Tapestry, 3748 Minnehaha Ave • 11:10am
Sunday classes are ongoing in 2019

NEW! Absolute Beginners: 11:10 am-12 pm (Starts on May 5.  Pay what you want on the first day!)
Absolute Beginners 11:10 am-12 pm
Advanced Beginners: 12-1 pm
Bata de Cola: 1-1:45 pm
Intermediate: 1:45-3 pm
NOTE: NO classes on September 1, November 10 or December 8.  There will be guest artists teaching on September 22.
Please visit my website for the complete class information at https://www.sachikolachayi.com/class

Wild Read Book Club: All the Birds in the Sky @ Moon Palace Books, 3032 Minnehaha Ave • 2pm
Join the Wild Read Book Club for a discussion of All the Birds in the Sky by Charlie Jane Anders. Get your copy at Moon Palace Books for 20% off!
From the former editor-in-chief of io9.com: a stunning Nebula Award-winning and Hugo-shortlisted novel about the end of the world–and the beginning of our future.
An ancient society of witches and a hipster technological startup go to war in order to prevent the world from tearing itself apart. To further complicate things, each of the groups’ most promising followers (Patricia, a brilliant witch and Laurence, an engineering “wunderkind”) may just be in love with each other.
As the battle between magic and science wages in San Francisco against the backdrop of international chaos, Laurence and Patricia are forced to choose sides. But their choices will determine the fate of the planet and all mankind.
https://www.moonpalacebooks.com//?q=h.calevent&eid=7099

The Quatermass Xperiment (1955) on 35mm! Trylon Cinema, 2820 E 33rd St • 6:30pm
In this beloved sci-fi classic, a rocket ship comes crashing back to Earth. Only one astronaut remains alive, and he’s violently ill. Professor Bernard Quatermass (Donlevy) must race to find a solution to the creeping unknown!

Pop Culture Trivia w/ Kevin & Uncle Dude! @ Memory Lanes, 2520 26th Ave S • 10pm
WCCO TV Viewer’s Choice Top 3 Bar Trivia Night! Free to play with great prizes including a $50 gift card for 1st place on down to the fabled “Dinner & a Show” for 4th place! Round 2 is the “Perfect Shot” round, your chance at a FREE SHOT!

A Magical Story Time @ Boneshaker Books, 2002 23rd Ave S • 11am
It is our mission with this story time to promote children’s books that shine a spotlight on a wide array of racial and cultural identities, genders, orientations, experiences and abilities. We want to create a space that places a special emphasis on promoting self love, empathy and a greater understanding of the strange, magical world we inhabit. There is serious deficit in children’s books that depict protagonists who are a people of color, people with disabilities, LGBTQIA+ or any combination of the above. That is why Madeline and Sam’s Magical Story Time seeks out books that do just that. Positive representation in books is crucial to a child’s development of a positive self image. It can be absolutely life affirming for a child to see a protagonist who reflects them accomplishing anything they set their mind to. It is also crucial in developing empathy for a child to experience diversity at a young age.
This story time will not only be educational, but spectacularly fun! Before each reading we will have one minute wiggle parties and coloring pages that correlate with that weeks books. Come out to Boneshaker Books every Sunday between 11 AM and Noon starting June 9th to experience a story time that celebrates every child for the magical person that they are!
 

Monday, Aug 19

The Quatermass Xperiment (1955) on 35mm! @ Trylon Cinema, 2820 E 33rd St • 7pm
In this beloved sci-fi classic, a rocket ship comes crashing back to Earth. Only one astronaut remains alive, and he’s violently ill. Professor Bernard Quatermass (Donlevy) must race to find a solution to the creeping unknown!

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.

 

Celebration Walk @ Minnehaha Academy • 5pm
Join us as we walk from the Lower and Middle School back to the Upper School, retracing our steps from the Unity Walk two years ago. Following will be a ribbon cutting and open house at the rebuilt 3100 Campus. Experience the rebuilt school in person!
The event begins at the Lower and Middle School. We will walk as a group to the Upper School where we will celebrate with a ribbon cutting and an open house! Join us for this special event.

SCHEDULE:
4:30 – Opening of Time Capsules from 1912, 1922, and 2002 Lower & Middle School Monson Family Chapel
5:00 p.m. – Gather for Celebration Walk, Lower & Middle School East Lawn on the corner of 42nd Street E and Edmund Blvd
5:15 p.m. – Celebration Walk to Upper School on Edmund Blvd
6:30 p.m. – Ribbon Cutting, Upper School’s Main Entrance
6:30 p.m. – Food Trucks and Picnic, Upper School Soccer Field
**Bring a picnic dinner or purchase food from food trucks. Enjoy your dinner on the soccer field.
6:45 p.m. – Upper School Open House
**No parking on the Upper School Campus. Please park at the Lower & Middle School.
**No food or beverage in the Upper School
**Walk through the rebuilt Upper School.
**View Time Capsule items in the Watson Fine Arts Gallery.
**Volunteers will be on hand to answer questions.
8:00 p.m. – Event Concludes – Thanks for celebrating with us!
Minnehaha Academy’s rebuild has reached substantial completion, so we celebrate the return of our Upper School students, faculty, and staff. We would like to invite you to Minnehaha’s Open House scheduled on Monday, August 19.. Please click on the link below to learn more information.
http://www.minnehahaacademy.net/event-mt/celebration-walk-2/

 

Apocalypse Now: Final Cut @ Riverview Theater, 3800 42nd Ave S • 7pm
Apocalypse Now: Final Cut
Restored from the original negative for the first time ever, Apocalypse Now Final Cut is Coppola’s most realized version of the film, which was nominated for eight Academy Awards (R), won three Golden Globes (R) (Best Original Score, Best Director, and Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture, 1980), and is one of AFI’s top 100 films. Coppola’s visually dazzling masterpiece is a surreal, hallucinatory, epic tragedy about the horror of the Vietnam War. A U.S. Army Intelligence officer is sent on a bizarre river journey deep into the jungle to assassinate Colonel Kurtz, a renegade Green Beret who uses primitive tribesmen to wage his own war.
Admission is $5
http://www.riverviewtheater.com/show/show/2691

Uproar Comedy Open Mic ft. Ali Sultan @ Du Nord Craft Spirits, 2610 E 32nd St • 7:30pm
SHOW IS FREE! Sign up 7:30pm 

Show goes from 8pm to 9pm-ish
Each comedian will have 5 minutes for stand up comedy, character work, a comedy sketch, improv comedy, musical comedy and so on, as long as you’re trying to make people laugh. The headliner for this installment is Minny native Ali Sultan. There will be about 10 slots for the open mic. If you want to sign up in advance email: vector9varietyshow@gmail.com and specify what open mic you’re talking about in the subject of the email , i.e.: “Uproar Open Mic”
With an incredibly tasty menu of cocktails and mocktails to choose from and our comedy open mic, we think you’ll want to be there regardless if you need to practice your jokes or not.
Let’s celebrate life with uproarious laughter and a toast!
Note*
ANYONE is welcome to see the show.
Just remember, this comedy open mic is for black, brown, indigenous, gay, lesbian, bisexual, pansexual queer, trans, non-binary, transgender folk and womxn to work on their comedy.
We will not police your identity but by signing up you are stating you are within one or multiple of these identities.

 

Tuesday, Aug 20

YWCA Fitness Dance Classes at Midtown Farmers Market @ 5:30pm
Join us out in the community at the Midtown Farmers Market for free Zumba, Hip Hop and World Dance classes!
Schedule:
August 13: Hip Hop
August 20: Zumba
August 27: World Dance
Cost: Free! • YWCA members and nonmembers welcome (children and adults). Don’t forget to bring a water bottle! For more information, visit us at ywcampls.org/events

 

Midtown Farmers Market pop-up (full summer schedule!) @ Moon Palace Books, 3032 Minnehaha Ave • 3pm
Join us at the Midtown Farmers Market’s new location – tucked right beside Moon Palace Books on Minnehaha Ave.
We’ll be slingin’ some of our most favorite re-purposed vintage goods, helping y’all print up some made-to-order goods (including tees, towels, and more!), and generally geeking out over creative reuse and everything secondhand. Got something you want to have printed with swears (or any of our other designs)? Bring it along and let’s see if we can make some magic…
We’ll be at the market a whole bunch over the course of the summer. Full schedule listed here and on our website: https://shopjunket.com/events/

Vegan Recipe Club at East Lake Library @ East Lake Library, 2727 E Lake St • 6:30
If you are curious about vegan cooking, this club is for you!
Each month participants make three recipes from popular cookbooks then share their reflections with the group.
Pick up a copy of the recipes and cookbooks at the library one month prior to the next session. Novice to expert cooks are all welcome, as are interested non-cooks. Registration not required. Facilitated by Henry Patterson of Compassionate Action for Animals, exploreveg.org The club meets the third Tuesday of every month.
Upcoming Sessions: Sept 17 | Oct 15 | Nov 19
The library is easily accessible via transit and there is free parking both in a lot behind the library and around the corner.
This series is a collaboration between Compassionate Action for Animals and the Hennepin County Library system.

August Senior Social and Health Talk: Wildlife in Your Community @ Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 2730 E. 31st St., 2nd floor Community Room • Doors @ 10am • Presentation @ 10:30am • Suggested Donation: $1 • Light refreshments will be available
Daniel Schultz, Master Naturalist, will show you ways to enjoy and connect with the birds and butterflies in your neighborhood. Plus, learn techniques for making a yard, park or community garden wildlife friendly.
Questions? Call or email:  Julia Ockuly 612- 729-5799 / JuliaOckuly@LShealthyseniors.org Longfellow/Seward Healthy Seniors

Rescheduled Good Neighbor Community Cleanup @ Midtown Farmers Market, 3032 Minnehaha Ave • 5:30pm
Unfortunately, due to weather concerns the Tuesday, August 13th Cleanup has been rescheduled for Tuesday, August 20th. The event will be held at the same time and place.
Join us for a community cleanup along Minnehaha Ave. and East Lake St! Stop by the Midtown Farmers Market any time between 5:30-6:30pm for supplies and instructions.
Hosted by LCC’s Environment and River Gorge Committee and Mississippi Watershed Management Organization (MWMO)
What to bring (if you have it):
Gloves | Sturdy Shoes | Water Bottle | Rake/Broom | Dust Pan
For additional information or if you have questions, please contact LCC’s Program Manager, Justin Gaarder at: 612-722-4529 Ext. 13 or justin@longfellow.org

 

Dreaded Inheritance: The Crowded House @ Peace Coffee, 3262 Minnehaha Ave • 5:30pm
Are you freaked about the idea of inheriting your parents’ lifetime accumulation of stuff in the not-nearly-distant-enough future?
The emotional labor, investment of time, and direct financial costs involved in emptying a family estate on someone else’s behalf cannot be understated. Our work with families dealing with these sorts of circumstances has made us intensely aware of the guilt, exhaustion, frustration, and conflict that often arise when tackling the pig in the python: a filled house, frequently offered up as ‘your inheritance.’
Our objective is to help second generation family members anticipate, and be aware of a series of issues and stages common with this major life transition. This workshop has a specific environmental angle: we’ve seen too many families default to filling a roll-off (or four) only to deal with the emotional aftermath of intensified regret: the throwing away of truckloads of useful things that belonged to important people is something we want to help you avoid.
This will not be a silver bullet, nor will we offer platitudes. Instead, during this ‘tell it to me straight’ info session, we’ll offer a new paradigm for the possession and divestment of material goods, explain the current market for secondhand items, discuss the unique opportunities and challenges that present for those with close connections to aging family members, and provide resources to help you and your sibs empty that house with or without the property’s primary resident involved.
You’ll leave the event with a clear understanding of your options and a list of resources, contacts, and strategies intended to help you and your family keep as much of a lifetime’s treasures out of the waste stream as possible.
If you’d like to host this programming for your community, customer base, or private event, please contact us to learn more and/or schedule. Skype sessions available for those outside the Twin Cities metro.
Check out our other classes at http://shopjunket.eventbrite.com

 

 

  

Wednesday, Aug 21

 

OBI 3rd Wednesday at Schooner Tavern, 2901 27th Ave S • 8pm • 21+
We’re back with this month with a full crew! Join OBI for Balkan party music as part of our 3rd Wednesday series!

Mayhill Blues Band at Minnehaha Falls • 7-8pm
Mayhill Blues Band is a Twin Cities (MN) based classic blues and folk band. This fivepiece group is led by harmonica, guitar and organ. Members of Mayhill Blues Band have been playing in the blues community for multiple decades and have joined together to bring traditional blues, classics and originals, into the modern era, while still preserving the essence of each tune.

John Carpenter’s DARK STAR @ Trylon Cinema, 2820 E 33rd St • 7pm
John Carpenter’s satiric look at the problems experienced by a crew of bumbling astronauts on a mission to destroy rogue planets. (1974, DCP, 83m) dir John Carpenter w/  Dan O’Bannon, Dre Pahich, Brian Narelle. $5: Tickets: https://www.trylon.org/films/category/tfd/ Trailer: https://youtu.be/lwISbJfRNz0

 

 

Thursday, Aug 22

 

Karaoke Night! @ The Howe Daily Kitchen & Bar, 3675 Minnehaha Ave • 9:30pm
Come in for karaoke every Thursday night starting at 9:30pm! Karaoke ends at 1:30am!
** Karaoke will begin after trivia on themed trivia nights (June 11th, August 15th & September 12th)

The Twins of Franklin at Minnehaha Falls • 7pm
The Twins of Franklin (7:00-8:30pm)
The Twins of Franklin are not, in fact, twins. They are two dear friends and Minneapolis musicians – Becky Shaheen and Laura Lou. But after being regularly mistaken for them for years as best friends, roommates, and each other’s solo backup singers, they decided to embrace the label when they formed their new act.
Turns out, a decade of singing together means the pair can do some pretty neat things. Like delivering tight, delicate harmonies that can suddenly become one world conquering belts or even encouraging a group singalong when covering your favorite Goo Goo Dolls song.
To the Twins, nothing is more fun than music-ing together, as a duo or as a full six piece band. That’s the feeling you’re let in on when experiencing the Twins of Franklin’s delightful ballads and zesty uptempo folk songs live.
The Twins are in the process of recording new original songs in duo form and plan on releasing their first music as The Twins of Franklin in the Spring of 2019!

Info Session: McKnight Community-Engaged Artist Fellowships @ Pillsbury House Theatre, 3501 Chicago Ave • 6pm
From August 16 to October 11, 2019, Pillsbury House Theatre will accept applications for the inaugural McKnight Community-Engaged Artist Fellowship program. To learn more about the McKnight Community Engaged Artist Fellowship program, attend one of our information sessions around the state of Minnesota. Information sessions will be led by Fellowship Program Director Mike Hoyt.
Twin Cities Dates:
Thursday Aug. 22, 2019 | 6pm-8pm at Pillsbury House Theatre
Sunday Aug. 25, 2019 | 1pm-3pm at Pillsbury House Theatre
Fellowship Information:
The goal of the Community-Engaged Artist Fellowship program is to identify and support mid-career Minnesota artists who create exceptional community engaged work. The program will use an independent jury of three arts professionals to award two fellowships. The fellowship will run for one year: January 1, 2020– January 1, 2021. Artists from all areas of Minnesota are encouraged to apply.
SELECTED FELLOWS WILL RECEIVE:
• $25,000 (unrestricted): Fellowship funding may be used to enhance any aspect of the artist’s life, such as overhead costs, the purchase of materials, travel, and other living expenses. Awards are subject to state and federal income tax guidelines.
• $3,000 in additional funds for a pilot initiative leading to the development of new community engaged work.
• Access to PH+T’s facilities and equipment.
• Support from PH+T staff and menu of community resources and services.
• Fellowship Discussion Series: Fellows will select a national expert in the field to be in dialogue with throughout the term of their fellowship, culminating in a public discussion about community engaged practice.
Applicants will be evaluated and selected based on the transformative impact of their work as evidenced in submitted materials, and work samples. Consideration will be given to accomplishments to date as well as promise for continued development and the impact the fellowship will have on the artist.
APPLY: Applications are open August 16 – October 11, 2019. To apply, visit https://pillsburyhouseandtheatre.org/mcknight-artist-fellowships

Trivia Thursday: Northern Exposure @ Urban Forage Winery and Cider House, 3016 E Lake St • 7pm
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Bi+ Discussion Group @  Boneshaker Books, 2002 23rd Ave S • 6pm
Come join our discussion group which happens every month. This is a safe and welcoming environment and a great way to navigate bi+ issues and bond with other community members. A Board member facilitator will bring topics to get the conversation started or we can talk about your questions and issues.
We are gathering at 6:00 pm to chit chat in the private meeting room at Boneshaker Books. Main level and accessible. Room holds 20.
You are welcome to bring food and drinks for yourself or to share. Please label any shared food. This event is alcohol and drug free.
This event is free and the meeting space is free; BOP runs complete on volunteers and donations.
There is a small off-street parking lot and there is parking on the streets available in the area. Bus line accessible.
We look forward to seeing you there!

Community Conversation w/ MPRB Commissioner Steffanie Musich – Tuesday, August 27th

Date: Tuesday, August 27th

Time: 6:00-8:00pm

Location: Longfellow Park Recreation Center – 3435 36th Ave. S

Join us for a community conversation with Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board Commissioner Steffanie Musich and learn about the Park Boards current priorities, projects, and ways you can be involved in their work.

Hosted by LCC’s Environment and River Gorge Committee, the meeting will feature an update from District 5 Commissioner Musich, as well as a Q & A session with attendees.