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Phillips West Spring Clean-up!
Saturday May 18th 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Free Volunteers’ Breakfast from 9:00 to 9:30 a.m.
Meeting place: The Center for Changing Lives Building (2400 Park Avenue) we will meet in the Centrum Room on the 1st floor of the Building. Since it is weekend the building is closed so please enter from 24th Street side entrance (between Park & Oakland Avenues) as it will be only door open. Please note this is just a litter pick-up. The Bulk Household Item pick-up happens at Phillips Wide Fall Clean Sweep October 12th, 2019.
Block by Block Litter Pick Up!
9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
(Trash Bags, Maps & Gloves will be provided)
For more information about the event please call Crystal Windschitl at the PWNO Office (612) 879-5383 or email her at pwno2005
We will see you and your neighbors in May!
Non-Residents and Large Group participation is welcomed too! Rain or Shine Event!
Crystal Windschitl, Executive Director
Phillips West Neighborhood Organization
2400 Park Avenue South, Suite 337
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55404
Phone: (612) 879-5383
Fax: (612) 879-5217
Get involved with the 13th Annual Twin Cities World Refugee Day!
#TCWRD19 is a festival in July dedicated to celebrating the rich diversity of cultures, stories, and assets refugees bring to Minnesota. Because of the work you do, we wanted to reach out to find out if you or your organization wanted to take advantage of being part of the day and supporting the local community.
The purpose of the festival is to provide a platform for refugee stories and artistic practices, and to honor their lives and raise awareness of the millions of refugees in the world who have been forced to flee their homes. It takes place on July 14th, 2019 from 2pm-7pm in Loring Park. It is free to the public, and features 10+ cultural performances, a resource fair, activities for families, and opportunities to better learn about and connect with the community, and more.
There are a few unique ways to support #TCWRD19 :
Join the TCWRD Resource Fair
Nominate Community Leaders advancing the refugee community
Invite local artists
Come to a Planning Meeting
Share this event and email with others!
We want this event to reflect the whole community, so even if you don’t have time to participate, please share this email so we can get as much input and community voice as possible.
All the information you should need I have provided below. If I missed anything and there are lingering questions, feel free to reach out via email or give me a call! Thanks to everyone for your time and dedication to the refugee community.
|Nonprofit Organizations: Join Our Resource Fair!
Join the Twin Cities World Refugee Day festival and celebrate refugees throughout Minnesota
In addition to celebrating the cultures and experiences of Minnesotan refugees, TCWRD highlights local organizations dedicated to providing opportunities and improving quality of life for immigrant and refugee communities. We invite such organizations to join us in the celebration as a Resource Fair participant.
Registration is set at $50 and organizations will be provided with a table, two chairs, and they will be seated under the Resource Fair tent. More than 40 refugee-serving organizations and over 2,000 community members are expected to attend.
– Festival participants who visit Resource Fair booths will be entered into a prize raffle –
To learn about registration rates and requirements, visit our Evenbrite here
|Eventbrite – tcworldrefugeeday.org – Facebook|
|Nominate a Community Leader
The TCWRD Planning Committee is excited to announce that we will be accepting nominations to recognize amazing refugee community leaders!
Although we live in a world that can feel divided at times, the exceptional efforts and energies of leaders bridge many divides in order to shift us to a collective cultural narrative that welcomes and accepts all.
The thousands of refugees who have made Minnesota their home are vital and enriching to the overall fabric of our culture, and we hope to recognize a few of the many outstanding leaders who are working toward equity, inclusion and justice for all.
Nominations accepted through June 1st. Leaders will receive an award and speak on July 14th.
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|Calling all Artists and Craft Vendors
TCWRD is looking for performers to be featured on our cultural stage!
We are looking for performers that represent countries and communities throughout the world that have a home here in the Twin Cities.
Submissions can be singing, dance, interpretive performance, spoken word, or any other live performance.
Submissions accepted through June 1st
Visual Artists and Craft Vendors:
If selling their work, they should register under “Art & Craft Vendor”, if they are simply displaying their work, they can register as an “Exhibitor”
All registrants will be provided a table and chairs. If you will need extra accommodations for your art or any exhibits, please reach out to alexis.kleinschmidt.
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|Want to get your organization involved? Join the Planning Committee!
Twin Cities World Refugee Day is a festival designed by and for the community. The event planning team takes advice, insight, and ideas from a diverse planning committee, who are either from the refugee community or work closely with them.
As the committee is providing advice, we encourage the community to join the team at any time!
Future meeting dates: May 7th, June 9th, and July 11th
All meetings are Tuesdays and held from 5pm-7pm at CAPIs second office, 3702 East Lake Street, Minneapolis
Let Lexi at alexis.kleinschmidt know if youre planning on coming by
Special Projects Coordinator, CAPIUSA
Public Allies AmeriCorps Fellow
Office: 612.721.0122 Direct: 651.261.3169
CAPI Immigrant Opportunity Center: 5930 Brooklyn Blvd., Brooklyn Center, MN 55429
Lake Street: 3702 East Lake St., Minneapolis, MN 55406
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Hi neighborhood groups!
We’re hosting a bike tour of the 35W@94: Downtown to Crosstown project for the afternoon commute on Bike to Work Day and would love to see people from your neighborhoods! Here is a link to the Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/events/384742622119883/ and additional information is listed below.
Event name: Bike to work day with Mayor Frey!
Location: 425 Portland Ave S, Minneapolis (The Commons)
Starts: 5/17/19 4:00pm
Ends: 5/17/19 6:00pm
MnDOT and the City of Minneapolis are hosting a bike tour of the 35W@94: Downtown to Crosstown project to celebrate Bike to Work Day. Join Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey and MnDOT Engineer Aaron Tag on your commute home and get an up-close and informative view of the project.
Riders will stop at Franklin Steele Park to learn about construction and get a good view of the I-35W/I-94 interchange followed by a stop on the Midtown Greenway under I-35W. Here, participants will learn about the new Lake Street Transit Station, Orange Line and connection to the Midtown Greenway.
Space is limited so reserve your spot today by emailing Tess.Nejedlo. Reservations are required.
Registration begins at 4:00 p.m. All riders need to be registered and have their bikes safety checked by 4:30 p.m.
The tour begins at 4:30 p.m. at The Commons in downtown Minneapolis and will end at 6:00 p.m. at the intersection of I-35W and the Midtown Greenway.
Riders are encouraged to join Lake Street Council for a taco stop at Taqueria la Hacienda (334 E. Lake Street #101 Minneapolis). Meals at own expense.
This event is part of the 35W@94: Downtown to Crosstown project between 43rd St. and 15th St. in Minneapolis. Click here for more information.
Minnesota Department of Transportation, City of Minneapolis and Lake Street Council