MPD Warrant List, 10-5-18

Hello. Here is the 10-5-18 warrant list for 3rd and 5th Precincts in Minneapolis, issued by Beth Clark, Paralegal with the Minneapolis City Attorney’s Office. Previous lists are inaccurate and should be discarded.

When this list was compiled, the people on it were wanted by police and could be arrested on sight. If you see any of them, please call 911 immediately. Tell the operator that you know the location of a person who is on this warrant list. Be as specific about their location as possible.

If you personally know someone on this list, please encourage them to turn themselves in at a police precinct or at Midtown Safety Center.

Since the last time a list was released these people wereadded:

Leslie Bellanger

Michelle Carter

James Flores-Demo

Abdiqani Hassan

Lamar Jones

Steven McDavid

Antonio Zapata

These people were removedfrom the list because they no longer had warrants:

Kenneth Bellanger

Michael Howard

This list is public information please post it and/or share with others who are interested.

Thank you!

John R. Baumann

Midtown Community Safety Center

Minneapolis Police Department

2949 Chicago Ave. S

Minneapolis, MN 55407

612-825-6138

john.baumann

Warrant List 10-5-18 docx.pdf

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MnDOT I-35W@94 and other Hennepin County projects update

Greetings,

This is an update for the I-35W@94 email list. You will also find some updates for some other closures on this note.

All closures are weather permitting and subject to change. Check www.511mn.org for real-time updates and the project web page.

Emergency and transit personnel on the list please note the Highway 62 closure this weekend in Minneapolis.

I-35W@94 http://www.dot.state.mn.us/35w94/

I-35W: Both directions closed Wednesday at 10 until 5 a.m. Thursday. The freeway will be closed from Highway 62 to I-94. The closure planned for tonight is postponed

Ramp from I-94 west to I-35W south: Closed 10 p.m. Friday Oct. 12 to Monday, Oct. 22. Detour is to continue on I-94 west to I-394 west to Highway 100 south to Highway 62 east. Motorists in St. Paul and farther east headed to the south metro should consider I-494 or I-35E. A detour map is attached.

Coming up:

I-35: Closed both directions 10 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19 to 5 a.m. Monday, Oct. 22 from I-94 to Highway 62. This is for a lane shift.

I-35 Closed both directions Nov. 2-5 from I-94 to Highway 62. This is to demolish the 28th Street bridge.

Next stage:

We are planning to shift to the next stage of I-35W@94 project at 5 a.m. Oct. 22. One lane into downtown from I-35W north to 11st Street and East Grant will be open.

Motorists will still see three lanes going north and two lanes going south on I-35W between downtown and Highway 62. Southbound traffic will travel on newly constructed lanes from I-94 to 24th Street. At 24th, they will use the same lanes that are being used today.

The highway is still at reduced capacity and will continue through 2021.

The additional lanes striped on I-35W, Highway 62 west and I-394 west will remain. The single lane into downtown is another option to go with an alternate route, transit, carpooling or telecommuting a few hours or a day or two a week. Please consider what works best for you.

Opening:

Oct 17 or 18: The third lane of I-94 west between Chicago Avenue and Nicollet Avenue

Oct.31 or Nov. 1: The 26th Street bridge.

Highway 62 resurfacing Portland to 28th Ave. S.

Highway 62: Westbound closed 10 p.m. Friday, Oct. 12 to 5 a.m. Monday, Oct. 15 from Highway 55 (Hiawatha Ave.) to Highway 77 (Cedar Avenue). Detour is Highway 5 west to I-494 west to Highway 77 north.

This is wrap up the resurfacing project that happened in June from Portland Avenue to 28th Avenue South. Crews will be doing repairs on the bridge over 28th Avenue South .

Highway 100 https://metrocouncil.org/sewerconstruction/golden-valley

Ramp from Duluth Street to northbound Highway 100: Closed 10 p.m. Oct 12 to 5 a.m. Oct 15. Detour is Highway 100 south to I-394 east to Highway 100 north.

This is a Metropolitan Council project for sewer improvements. See web page for details.

University and Central signal and sidewalk improvements http://www.dot.state.mn.us/metro/projects/hwy47andhwy65/

Work is scheduled to start this week on the intersection of University and Broadway as weather permits. Work continues on the four other intersections in northeast Minneapolis as weather permits.

Highway 55 safety improvements Rockford to Theo Wirth Parkway http://www.dot.state.mn.us/metro/projects/hwy55safetyimprovements2018/

Check for three short-term closures Wednesday on the web page.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Thanks

Dave

Dave Aeikens

Minnesota Department of Transportation

Metro Communications and Engagement

Phone: 651-234-7511

Cell: 651-775-1261

Mapdetour94wto35WS.pdf

I-35W@94 projects update

Greetings,

This is an update for the I-35W@94 project with an update from some other Hennepin County projects added.

All closures are weather permitting and subject to change. Please visit the www.511mn.org for real-time updates.

I-35W@94 http://www.dot.state.mn.us/35w94/

I-35W: Both directions closed 10 p.m. Monday, Oct 8 to 5 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 9 from Highway 62 to I-94.

I-94 west to I-35W south ramp: Closed 10 p.m. Oct 12 to 5 a.m. Oct. 22. Detour is I-394 to Highway 100 to Highway 62. Motorists in St. Paul and to the east should consider using alternative routes to reach south metro such as I-494, I-35E and Highway 61.

Coming up:

I-35W: Both directions closed 10 p.m. Friday, Oct 19 to 5 a.m. Monday, Oct. 22 from Highway 62 to I-94. This is to shift traffic lanes on I-35W.

Tentative openings planned:

Third lane of I-94 west: 5 a.m. Oct. 17.

Access from I-35W north to downtown at 11th and East Grant: Single lane reopens 5 a.m. Oct. 22.

26th Street bridge: Early November.

Highway 62 Edina to Eden Prairie: http://www.dot.state.mn.us/metro/projects/hwy62/index.html

Watch for single-lane closures through Oct. 14 during off-peak hours and overnights.

University and Central Avenue signal and sidewalk improvements: http://www.dot.state.mn.us/metro/projects/hwy47andhwy65/

Work starts at intersection of University Avenue and Broadway Avenue Oct. 8. Watch for lane closures and delays.

Highway 55 safety improvements http://www.dot.state.mn.us/metro/projects/hwy55safetyimprovements2018/

Coming up:

Highway 55: Left lane of westbound closed from Highway 169 to Revere Lane in Plymouth 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 11

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Thanks

Dave

Dave Aeikens

Minnesota Department of Transportation

Metro Communications and Engagement

Phone: 651-234-7511

Cell: 651-775-1261

October Events in the Parks: Bingo, Bonfire and Halloween Thrills!

Upcoming Events in Minneapolis Parks
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Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events in Minneapolis Parks: October 1-31

Friday, October 5

Family Bingo Night

$5 I All Ages

Bryant Square Recreation Center | 6:30-8:30 pm
Register online. More Info

Friday, October 5

Neighborhood Bon(ding)fire & S’mores

Free I All Ages

Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Park | 6:30-8:30 pm
No registration required. More Info

Saturday, October 6

Power Health Tour: FREE
Health, Wellness, Fitness, Empowerment Event

Free I All Ages

Phillips Community Center | noon-4 pm
No registration required. More Info

Halloween at Kenwood

Saturday, October 20

“Thriller” Halloween Fun Day

Free I All Ages

Central Gym | 1-4 pm
No registration required. More Info

Saturday, October 20

Community Craze: Fall Fun

Free | All Ages

Fuller Park | 2-4 pm
No registration required. More Info

Saturday, October 20

Jammin’ at Northeast-Monthly Dances

$5 I Ages 18+

Northeast Park | 6-8 pm
Register online. More Info

Friday, October 26

Tiny Tot Halloween Party

Free I Ages 1-6

Logan Park | 10 am-noon
Register online. More Info

Friday, October 26

Armatage Fall Fest

Free I All Ages

Armatage Park | 6-8:30 pm
No registration required. More Info

Saturday, October 27

Halloween: Minnehaha Falls of Fun

$5 | All Ages

Minnehaha Regional Park | 1-4 pm
No registration required. More Info

Minnehaha Falls of Fun Halloween event photo of facepainting by person in tiger costume

Saturday, October 27

Monster Mash Halloween Party

Free | All Ages

Windom South Park | 1-3 pm
No registration required. More Info

Saturday, October 27

Monster Mash Halloween Party

Free | All Ages

Lynnhurst Park | 1-3 pm
No registration required. More Info

Saturday, October 27

Halloween at the Hills

Free | All Ages

Linden Hills Park | 3-5 pm
No registration required. More Info

Saturday, October 27

Thrill Kenwood Halloween Event

Free | All Ages

Kenwood Park | 3-6 pm (“Thriller” Dance at 5 pm)
No registration required. More Info

Saturday, October 27

Halloween Party

Free | All Ages

Van Cleve Park | 4-6 pm
No registration required. More Info

Minnehaha Falls of Fun Halloween event photo of three kids in cat costumes

Sunday, October 28

Family Funday Event: Animal Masquerade Party

Free I All Ages
North Mississippi Regional Park | 1-3:30 pm

No registration required. More Info

Tuesday, October 30

Halloween

Free I Ages pre-K through 5th grade
Bryant Square Park | 6:30-8:30 pm

No registration required. More Info

Tuesday, October 30

Halloween Party

Free I Ages pre-K through 5th grade
Harrison Park | 4-7 pm

No registration required. More Info

Tuesday, October 30

Halloween Party

Free I All Ages
Lyndale Farmstead Park | 6-8 pm

No registration required. More Info

Minnehaha Falls of Fun Halloween event photo of two kids in costume

Wednesday, October 31

Halloween Party “Enchanted Castle”

$4/child I For children under age 6

Pearl Park I 10:30 am-noon

Register online.More Info

Wednesday, October 31

Tiny Tot Halloween Party

Free I For children under age 6

Creekview Park I 11 am-12:30 pm

No registration required. More Info

Wednesday, October 31

Halloween Party and Parade

Free I All Ages

Matthews Park I 4-6 pm (parade starts at 4 pm sharp)

No registration required. More Info

Wednesday, October 31

Fuller Halloween

Free I All Ages

Fuller Park I 5:30-7:30 pm Trick or Treat, 7:30 pm Movie “Hocus Pocus”

Register online (required for movie only). More Info

Wednesday, October 31

Halloween Bonfire

Free I All Ages

Loring Park I 6-8 pm

No registration required. More Info

Wednesday, October 31

Halloween Trick or Treat

Free I Geared to ages 1-12 but all are welcome

North Commons Park I 6-8 pm

No registration required. More Info

Wednesday, October 31

Trunk or Treat

Free I All Ages

Webber Park | 6-8 pm
No registration required. More Info

Wednesday, October 31

Halloween Party

Free I All Ages

Windom Northeast Park I 6-8 pm

No registration required. More Info

Wednesday, October 31

Halloween Party

Free I All Ages

Bottineau Park I 6-7:30 pm

No registration required. More Info

Wednesday, October 31

Halloween Spooktacular

Free I All Ages

Farview Park I 6-8 pm

No registration required. More Info

Wednesday, October 31

Trunk or Treat Halloween Party

Free I All Ages

Folwell Park I 6-8 pm

No registration required. More Info

Wednesday, October 31

Halloween Party

Free I All Ages

Luxton Park I 6:30-8 pm

No registration required. More Info

Colorful trick or treat pumpkins at Lynnhurst Park Halloween Party

Other Events

These events are not affiliated with the Minneapolis Park Board but take place in our parks. To find information about these events, visit the host organization’s website.

Saturday, October 6

Head of the Mississippi

East River Flats Park | 7 am

Saturday, October 6

Bringing Life Home 5K

Bde Maka Ska | 10 am

Saturday, October 6

Calvin 5K Bike/Walk/Run

Lake Harriet | 10 am

Saturday, October 6

Irreecha Festival

Lake Nokomis – Main Beach | 10 am

Saturday, October 6

SlutWalk

Father Hennepin Bluff Park | 7 pm

Sunday, October 7

Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon & 10 Mile

Grand Rounds | 7 am

Saturday, October 13

13th Annual Historic Riverfront 5K

Boom Island | 9 am

Saturday, October 13

Red Bull Urban Portage

Bde Maka Ska | 9 am

Saturday, October 13

CLWS Bike-a-Thon

Lake Harriet Bandshell | 10 am

Saturday, October 13

Miles for Smiles

Loring Park | 10 am

Sunday, October 14

Minnesota AIDS Walk

Minnehaha Regional Park | 3 pm

Saturday, October 20

A21 Campaign

Bde Maka Ska | 9:30 am

Saturday, October 27

North Star Challenge Regatta

East River Flats | 8 am

Saturday, October 27

Terror Trot 5K

Lake Harriet | 8:30 am

Saturday, October 27

Halloween Run

Father Hennepin Bluff Park | 10 am

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FREE classes at LSS TEC

Hello!

Attached please find information for the FREE October classes in the LSS TEC (Training and Education Center) at 2400 Park Ave. S, Minneapolis (2nd floor).

Please post and forward them to your network. All classes FREE and open the public!!

Employment Empowerment from 9:00am to 12:00pm daily starts on 10/08 and ends 10/26. Includes free Myers Briggs Personality Assessment (MBTI).

Four Cornerstones of Financial Literacy runs 10/10, 10/17 and 10/24 from 9-12:00.

Attendance for all three days is required.

Registeronline tec

Open Lab hours are on the flyer and mock interview/resume assistance can be scheduled during those times by contacting Sarah at 612-879-5256 or tec

If you have any questions please contact Joan joan.riley or 612-879-5286 or Sarah at sarah.northrup or 612-879-5256.

If you have any questions please email tec or call 612-879-5286

Also please note Sarah Northrup is now working as the LSS TEC Employment Counselor and her contact information is listed above. We are very excited to have her join the team.

Thank you,

Joan

Joan Riley

Program Manager

Employment Services Training and Youth Works

Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota

joan.riley | 612-879-5286
2400 Park Ave. S.|Minneapolis, MN 55404

www.lssmn.org/employmentservices/tec/

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Invite: Phillips West Community Meeting 10/4

Community Meeting Thursday October 4th, 2018

6:00 to 7:00 p.m.

(Jakeeno’s Pizza Delivery Dinner & Beverages will be provided)

(Meeting held at The Center for Changing Lives in ROOM 182 (NOTE ROOM CHANGE JUST FOR MONTH OF OCTOBER WE WILL BE ACROSS THE HALL FROM OUR REGULAR MEETING SPACE), 2400 Park Avenue the purpose of this meeting is for residents & Community stakeholders to have an opportunity to hear updates from Neighborhood Partners, Police & City Leaders, give input & network with other stakeholders)

AGENDA

6:00 pmMeeting called to order; Timekeeper assigned.

6:02 pmIntroductions.
6:04 pmSeptember 6th Minutes in packet for review.

6:05 pmPhillips West Business:

o City of Minneapolis 3rd Precinct Police Crime Update- presented by 3rd Precinct Police Inspector Mike Sullivan (10 minutes).

o Minneapolis 6th Ward City Council Update- presented by Abdi Warsame’s Senior Policy Aide Ryan SanCartier (10 minutes).

o Hope Academy Expansion- Hope Academy will be present to talk about the planned expansion (not confirmed yet).

o August Financials- in your packet for review.

o Phillips wide Fall Neighborhood Clean Sweep Event- Date is Saturday October 13th! Flyer in packet! Note this is the one you can dispose of furniture and old electronics for free!

o Phillips West 3 NEW Housing Programs- Flyer in packet!

6:58 pm Upcoming Phillips West Meetings

o Phillips West Board Meeting, Monday October 22nd, 6 to 7 p.m. (CFCL, 182)

o Phillips West Community Meeting, Thursday November 1st, 6 to 7 p.m. (CFCL, 182

o Fall Clean Sweep (Information in packet)

6:59 pm Adjourn

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
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Check out our Website: www.phillipswest.info
Like our facebook page!

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Midtown Weekly Crime Report and Community Announcements, Week Ending September 24, 2018

Hello again. Here is the Midtown weekly crime report with community announcements for the week ending 9-24-18. The report is attached as a Word file and the text is reprinted below the Safety Center logo.

Due to some computer issues, I was not able to produce a Midtown crime map this week.

For this report, Midtown is the area from 35W to Hiawatha, between 28th and 32nd Streets. Portions of the Phillips West, Midtown Phillips, East Phillips, Central, Powderhorn Park and Corcoran neighborhoods are included in Midtown. The report is attached as a Word file and the text is reprinted below the Safety Center logo.

There were 11 Part 1 (most serious) crimes in Midtown this week, down from 17 last week. 9 of the 11 Part 1 crimes were property crimes (1 business burglary, 8 thefts).

There were 2 violent crimes reported in Midtown last week-1 robbery and 1 aggravated assault. This is a very low number for one-week period in Midtown. By comparison, there were 7 violent crimes last week.

Police took 8 offenders into custody this week. 6 of these arrests were for felony crimes.

The 3rd Precinct had 1 focused enforcement area in Midtown this week-29th St E to 31st St E, Oakland Ave S to Bloomington Ave S. Officers made a total of 67 proactive stops and 1 arrest in this area.

I have 6 announcement this week. See the report (below and attached) for more details on these items:

· Love East Lake Street and Heart of the Beast bring you Bicycle and Butterfly Bash on Friday, September 28. Come enjoy an evening that includes bike decorating and lantern-making!

· Midtown Greenway Coalition hosts a Progressive Dinner on the Greenway on Saturday, September 29. A fun evening with appetizers in Uptown, the main course in Midtown and sweets in Seward.

· The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board is hosting 2 Community Learning Sessions about Park Safety and Park Policing. The session in Phillips is Monday, October 1.

· Love East Lake Street sponsors My Lake Street Day on Friday, October 5. Financially support any immigrant-owned business on Lake Street and then enjoy a bonfire and dessert at Plaza Centenario!

· Heart of the Beast is starting its annual TA-DA! Saturday Puppet Shows for Kids.The first performance, Skeletons in the Closet, presented in Spanish and English, is Saturday, October 6 at 10:00 am and noon.

· Central neighborhood’s Plant-Grow-Share invites all to its free Community Harvest Feast on Saturday, October 6. The festivities include the Central Fair and free local films!

I always appreciate your comments. Please let me know what kinds of information you would like to see added or removed. I want the reports to be as useful as possible.

Also, please let me know the email address of anyone who would like to get these reports. Thank you!

John R. Baumann

Midtown Community Safety Center

Minneapolis Police Department

2949 Chicago Ave. S

Minneapolis, MN 55407

612-825-6138

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Midtown Area Crime Report, Week of 9-18 to 9-24-18

By CPS John R. Baumann, Minneapolis Police Department, 3rd Precinct

Midtown Community Safety Center, 2949 Chicago Ave S, 612-825-6138

Midtown is the area between Highway 35W and Hiawatha Ave, from 28th St E to 32nd St E

Summary

· There were 11 Part 1 (most serious) crimes reported in Midtown during the week. All but 3 were non-violent thefts. This is down from 17 Part 1 crimes last week.

· Part 1 crimes this week included homicide (0), rape (0), robbery (1), aggravated assault (1), burglary (1), auto theft (0), arson (0) and larceny/theft (8).

· There were 2 violent crimes reported in Midtown this week-1 robbery and 1 aggravated assault. By comparison, there were 7 violent crimes reported last week.

· There were 0 homicides, rapes, auto thefts and arsons reported during the week.

· There was 1 business robbery and 1 business burglary reported during the week.

· MPD officers arrested and took into custody 8 offenders.

· 6 of the 8 arrests were for felony crimes, which are marked in yellow. This does not include those arrested for felony warrants.

Reported Part 1 Crimes in Midtown This Week (Excluding Larceny)

Robbery (1)

9-20, 7:44 pm 3xx Lake St E Business(Central neighborhood)Officers responded to a Robbery of Business at the listed location. Officers arrived and spoke with an employee at the business. The suspects [Ananias Taylor,
Don Lee Wright,
Jennifer Louise McMahon]
were located and booked into Hennepin County Jail for Probable Cause Robbery. The victim was given a blue (victim resources) card. [CPS note: Loss was money.]

Aggravated Assault (1)

9-24, 4:45 am 30xx Clinton Ave S (Central neighborhood)Victim called when he found a window broken from possible bullet hole. Victim provided a blue (victim resources) card and advised. [CPS note: No injury reported.]

Burglary (1)

9-21, 5:09 am 5xx Lake St E Business(Central neighborhood)[CPS note: Video footage shows 2 unidentified suspects entering the front door of the business but it is unclear why they were able to make entry. Suspects then forced open the
office door at the back of the business. Loss was cash.]

MPD Arrests in Midtown This Week

Arrestees Booked into Hennepin County Jail (6 Felony, 8 Total)

9-18, 2:15 pm 28th St E & 15th Ave S Darrell Anthony Davis: Illegal Possession of a Handgun (Felony), Narcotics Violation (Felony).

9-19, 2:27 am 29th St E & Bloomington Ave S Edward James Charpentier: Flee Police in Motor Vehicle (Felony), Cancelled Driver’s License-Inimical to Public Safety.

9-20, 7:44 pm 3xx Lake St E Ananias Taylor & Don Lee Wright:Robbery of Business (Felony);Jennifer Louise McMahon: Aggravated Robbery of Person (Felony).

9-23, 2:58 am 29xx 13th Ave S Luis Moses Guaman: 5th Degree Domestic Assault.

9-23, 4:17 am 29xx 12th Ave S Luis Manuel Sarmiento Zhagnay: Assault with a Dangerous Weapon (Felony).

9-24, 4:38 am 29xx Bloomington Ave S Andrew Lee Barnes: Carrying a Handgun without a Permit (Felony), 4 Warrants (Felon in Possession of a Handgun, 3rd Degree Drugs, 5th Degree Drugs, Driving While Intoxicated).

Focused Enforcement in Midtown

Midtown’s Lake Street area had 1 focused enforcement area for violent crime this week, 29th St E to 31st St E, Oakland Ave S to Bloomington Ave S

Proactive enforcement results: 67 total proactive stops, 37 directed patrols, 1 arrest.

Violent Crimes: 0 robberies, 0 aggravated assaults.

Strategies used during the week included:

Patrol Tactics

All shifts: Directed patrol, foot beats, proactive stops, business checks.

Beats: Extra patrol on Lake St corridor

• Increased traffic stops in focus zone and immediate area.

Investigative Tactics

Beat: Collaborative effort between 3rd Precinct and 3rd Precinct Probation to do more specific details.

CRT-Details focusing on Lake St utilizing Precinct’s new cameras.

• Ongoing CRT focus on livability/nuisance crimes.

• Joint collaboration between MPD & Hennepin County Probation focusing on the Phillips 50 offenders.

• Sgt McDonald continues to collaborate with Mad Dads Street Team in monitoring Lake/Bloomington area.

Problem Properties

• Hamdi Alley (the alley between 812 and 818 E Lake St)-barricades. Still ongoing.

Progressive Dinner on the Greenway

Saturday, September 29

4:15 – 8 p.m.

Join us for a progressive dinner bike ride* on the Greenway!

We’ll start with tasty Appetizers in Uptown. Then on to the Main Course in Midtown, featuring hand-made pizza from WildEarth WoodFired Mobile Pizza Bakery. The dinner ends with Sweets in Seward, featuring treats from the Birchwood Cafe.

Soft drinks, wine and beer (must be 21+) included.

REGISTRATION is $45 for adults by September 17; $55 after. Youth 17 and under are free.

Current Members of the Midtown Greenway Coalition receive $5 off registration. Use promo code: MGC

The pizza will be hand-made on site, so registration is limited to just 75 people – so register today!

REGISTER HERE: https://go.midtowngreenway.org/events/dinner/

* While most people will BIKE, you are welcome to take any form of transportation (preferably alternative/public).

Bicycle & Butterfly Bash

Friday, September 28

3:30 PM to 6:30 PM

Heart of the Beast Puppet & Mask Theatre, 1500 East Lake St

As butterflies make their migration and the winds of fall begin to blow, join us for a fun evening of creativity & celebration. Enjoy free hot cider and popcorn while you make spoke cards for decorating bicycles, designed by HOBT Associate Artist Gustavo Boada. Then get your hands dirty with butterfly banner and lantern making. A Love East Lake Street event!

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Community Learning Sessions about Park Safety and Park Policing

Monday, October 1, 5:30-7:30 pm

Phillips Community Center 2323 11th Ave S

Tuesday, October 2, 5:30-7:30 pm

North Commons Recreation Center 1801 James Ave N

Interpreters, children’s activities, light food and refreshments will be provided

Join the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) as it listens, learns, acknowledges, educates and gathers public input on the desired level of park police service needed to serve our communities.

The MPRB is committed to providing safe places for children and adults to gather and play. Since the July 10 incident at Minnehaha Falls, there have been ongoing discussions with staff and the community about safety and park policing. (For more information on the Minnehaha Falls incident, visit http://www.minneapolisparks.org)

The MPRB is committed to working with the community to identify ways to improve park safety. Findings from these Learning Sessions will be reported to the Board before the end of the year and will inform development of recommendations in a Park Police Service Level Plan to be drafted in 2019.

Learn about other initiatives being developed related to park safety and park policing. All initiatives will include community discussions. All initiatives are being approached and will be evaluated, through a lens of equity.

My Lake Street Day

Friday, October 5

6:00-8:00 PM 18:00 20:00

Plaza Centenario, 1200 East Lake St

Support any immigrant or refugee owned business with your pocketbook today. Shop local or invite your friends to join you for lunch or dinner at your favorite restaurant or one you’ve never tried before. Afterwards, gather with your neighbors around a fall bonfire and enjoy dessert and a serenade. Another Love East Lake Street event!

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TA-DA! Saturday Puppet Shows for Kids

The 20th Season of Saturday Morning Matinees for Kids runs from October 6 – December 15 Another colorful, affordable season of live SATURDAY PUPPET SHOWS FOR KIDS is coming! Every fall and winter, different artists perform engaging puppet shows at 10 a.m. and 12 noon. A great alternative to screen time, these performances will delight kids of all ages! Additionally, Make ‘n’ Take workshops are offered at 11 a.m. each Saturday morning where participants create a puppet in the theme of the day’s show.

WHEN: Oct 6 – Dec 15, 2018!

WHERE: All shows in our cozy theatre lobby

*Shows on Oct 6, Oct 27th, and Dec 1 will be performed in Spanish. You’ll find children love puppets regardless of language!

Tickets are $7 suggested donation ($2 suggested donation for residents of Powderhorn and Phillips neighborhoods).

Puppet Making Workshops for Kids – in between shows

Come for the show and stay for the “Make-n-Take” workshop based on that day’s puppet show theme. Workshops are a family activity offered in our classroom at 11 am each Saturday morning. $5 children; $3 adults.

Line up

We are proud to present our 20th season of TaDa featuring an amazing array of local puppet artists! You don’t want to miss this year’s shows. The first show is:

Skeletons in the Closet

Saturday, October 6, 10 am and Noon

This bilingual puppet show, created and performed by Gustavo and Julie Boada, is a tender story of children who are remembering their grandparents who have passed away. As the children follow their curiosity, they discover the meaning of Day of the Dead and that the connection they have with their grandparents continues beyond death. The story is a celebration of love and the cycle of life.

Performed in English and Spanish. Actuado en español y inglés.

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Midtown Weekly Crime Report and Community Announcements, Week Ending September 17, 2018

Hello again. Here is the Midtown weekly crime report with community announcements for the week ending 9-17-18. The report is attached as a Word file and the text is reprinted below the Safety Center logo.

I didn’t have time to prepare a Midtown crime map this week. If you want to see one, please let me know.

For this report, Midtown is the area from 35W to Hiawatha, between 28th and 32nd Streets. Portions of the Phillips West, Midtown Phillips, East Phillips, Central, Powderhorn Park and Corcoran neighborhoods are included in Midtown. The report is attached as a Word file and the text is reprinted below the Safety Center logo.

There were 17 Part 1 (most serious) crimes in Midtown this week, up from 13 last week.

There were 7 violent crime reported in Midtown last week-4 robberies and 3 aggravated assaults. One of the aggravated assaults was a domestic. By comparison, there were 5 violent crimes last week.

Police took 10 offenders into custody this week. 7 of these arrests were for felony crimes.

The 3rd Precinct had 1 focused enforcement area in Midtown this week-29th St E to 31st St E, Oakland Ave S to Bloomington Ave S. Officers made a total of 42 proactive stops and 3 arrests in this area.

I have 5 announcement this week. See the report (below and attached) for more details on this item:

· The annual Powderhorn Porchfest is Saturday, September 22. Come hear 16 bands on 4 stages, all in 1 night!

· Midtown Farmers Market is holding a Fundraiser Brunch on Sunday, September 23. This is a great chance to support a much-needed Midtown institution!

· Love East Lake Street and Heart of the Beast bring you Bicycle and Butterfly Bash on Friday, September 28. Come enjoy an evening that includes bike decorating and lantern-making!

· Midtown Greenway Coalition hosts a Progressive Dinner on the Greenway on Saturday, September 29. A fun evening with appetizers in Uptown, the main course in Midtown and sweets in Seward.

· The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board is hosting 2 Community Learning Sessions about Park Safety and Park Policing. The session in Phillips is Monday, October 1.

I always appreciate your comments. Please let me know what kinds of information you would like to see added or removed. I want the reports to be as useful as possible.

Also, please let me know the email address of anyone who would like to get these reports. Thank you!

John R. Baumann

Midtown Community Safety Center

Minneapolis Police Department

2949 Chicago Ave. S

Minneapolis, MN 55407

612-825-6138

john.baumann

Midtown Area Crime Report, Week of 9-11 to 9-17-18

By CPS John R. Baumann, Minneapolis Police Department, 3rd Precinct

Midtown Community Safety Center, 2949 Chicago Ave S, 612-825-6138

Midtown is the area between Highway 35W and Hiawatha Ave, from 28th St E to 32nd St E

Summary

· There were 17 Part 1 (most serious) crimes reported in Midtown during the week. This is up from 13 Part 1 crimes last week.

· Part 1 crimes this week included homicide (0), rape (0), robbery (4), aggravated assault (3), burglary (4), auto theft (0), arson (0) and larceny/theft (6).

· There were 7 violent crimes reported in Midtown this week-4 robberies and 3 aggravated assaults. By comparison, there were 5 violent crimes reported last week.

· There were 0 homicides, rapes, auto thefts and arsons reported during the week.

· There were 0 business robberies and 0 business burglaries reported during the week.

· MPD officers arrested and took into custody 10 offenders.

· 7 of the 10 arrests were for felony crimes, which are marked in yellow. This does not include those arrested for felony warrants.

Reported Part 1 Crimes in Midtown This Week (Excluding Larceny)

Robbery (4)

9-12, 2:59 pm 28xx 13th Ave S (Midtown Phillips neighborhood)Victim called to report that he was robbed in a parking lot near the listed address. Video of the incident exists but was not immediately available. The victim was provided a MPLS case (victim services) card. Recommendation: Further investigation. [CPS note: Loss was phone and wallet/contents. 2 unknown suspects.]

9-14, 9:30 am 3xx Lake St E (Central neighborhood)Robbery of person at knife point. [CPS note: Loss was wallet/contents and $200 cash. 1 unknown suspect.]

9-16, 1:00 am Lake St E & 5th Ave S (Phillips West neighborhood)Victim states someone took his keys from him and stole his car.[CPS note: 7-9 unknown suspects.]

9-17, 1:25 am 29th St E & 13th Ave S (Midtown Phillips neighborhood)Victim was in the area of the listed location when an unknown male assaulted him, threatened him with a gun, and stole his wallet. Victim transported by Emergency Medical Service for treatment and provided blue (victim resources) card.

Aggravated Assault (3)

9-11, 2:55 pm 10xx Lake St E (Midtown Phillips neighborhood)Victim is an employee and had a shoplifter have a sharp object and cut Victim in the finger. Victim refused medical and no bleeding. The suspect was gone on officers’ arrival. Officers canvassed the area for suspect. The staff had the incident on security camera but unable to retrieve it. Recommendation: Case continued pending further information or leads.

9-11, 9:42 pm 8xx Lake St E (Midtown Phillips neighborhood)Officers responded to above for an assault report. Victim who is a nurse was assaulted by a patient. Victim completed a citizen’s arrest and suspect [Manuel Daniel Medina] was booked for 5th degree assault and a confirmed felony warrant. Victim provided a blue (victim resources) card.

9-11, 11:00 pm 30xx 20th Ave S (Corcoran neighborhood)Officers responded to address on report of a stabbing. Officers located victim outside residence with a stab wound. Emergency Medical Service transported victim from scene to Hennepin County Medical Center. Victim’s girlfriend [Justine Leanne Roberts]was taken into custody for Domestic Assault 2. Arrested party transported to Hennepin County Jail for booking… Case closed by arrest

Burglary (4)

9-11, 4:30 pm 6xx 28th St E(Phillips West neighborhood)[CPS note: Entry was made by forcing the front door of an abandoned home and then the side access door of the garage. Loss was power tools. No suspect information.]

9-12, 1:21 pm 31xx 14th Ave S(Powderhorn Park neighborhood)[CPS note: Entry was made by kicking in the rear door. No apparent loss. No suspect information.]

9-12, 9:00 am to 3:50 pm 28xx Bloomington Ave S(East Phillips neighborhood)[CPS note: This is a multi-unit secure building. Entry was made by removing a window screen. Loss was electronics and jewelry No suspect information. Re are security cameras in
the building.]

9-17, 11:00 am 30xx Elliot Ave S(Central neighborhood)[CPS note: Entry was made through an unsecure window. Loss was cash, coins and jewelry. No suspect information.]

MPD Arrests in Midtown This Week

Arrestees Booked into Hennepin County Jail (7 Felony, 10 Total)

9-11, 9:42 pm 8xx 28th St E Manuel Daniel Medina: 5th Degree Assault , Felony Warrant.

9-11, 11:00 pm 30xx 20th Ave S Justine Leanne Roberts: 2nd Degree Domestic Assault (Felony).

9-12, 1:45 pm 29th St E & Bloomington Ave S Raquel Christina Flores: Prostitution (Felony).

9-12, 2:46 pm 29xx Bloomington Ave S Raymond Leroy Poor Bear: Narcotics Violation (Felony).

9-12, 10:26 pm 17xx Lake St E Ismal Abdullah Abdulkadir: Carry a Weapon without a Permit (Felony).

9-13, 4:30 am 29xx Chicago Ave S Abdikarim Ahmed Ali: 5th Degree Domestic Assault (Felony).

9-16, 3:57 am 30xx Clinton Ave S Cassandra Rose Peplinski: Felony and Misdemeanor Warrants.

9-16, 6:44 pm 31st St E & 21st Ave S Joseph Gene Hoberg: Narcotics Violation (Felony).

9-16, 10:26 pm 29xx 16th Ave S Hall Heen: Narcotics Violation (Felony).

9-17, 2:23 pm Lake St E& 16th Ave S Ashley Louise Mitchell: Felony Warrant.

Focused Enforcement in Midtown

Midtown’s Lake Street area had 1 focused enforcement area for violent crime this week, 29th St E to 31st St E, Oakland Ave S to Bloomington Ave S

Proactive enforcement results: 42 total proactive stops, 26 directed patrols, 3 arrests.

Robberies & Aggravated Assaults in Enforcement Area: 2 robberies, 1 aggravated assault.

Strategies used during the week included:

Patrol Tactics

All shifts: Directed patrol, foot beats, proactive stops, business checks.

Beats: Extra patrol on Lake St corridor

• Increased traffic stops in focus zone and immediate area.

Investigative Tactics

Beat: Collaborative effort between 3rd Precinct and 3rd Precinct Probation to do more specific details.

CRT-Details focusing on Lake St utilizing Precinct’s new cameras.

• Ongoing CRT focus on livability/nuisance crimes.

• Joint collaboration between MPD & Hennepin County Probation focusing on the Phillips 50 offenders.

• Sgt McDonald continues to collaborate with Mad Dads Street Team in monitoring Lake/Bloomington area.

Problem Properties

• Hamdi Alley (the alley between 812 and 818 E Lake St)- barricades. Still ongoing.

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Enjoy Hours of Live Music at Powderhorn Porchfest

Saturday, September 22

A handful of neighborhood music enthusiasts spear-head this day-long festival right down 17th Avenue between 32nd and 34th streets. It’s a family friendly showcase of amazing local musicians who contribute to the eclectic and welcoming vibe Powderhorn is known for. 4:00 to 10:00 pm. For a schedule of performers see https://www.ppna.org/porchfest

Midtown Farmers Market Fundraiser Brunch

Progressive Dinner on the Greenway

Saturday, September 29

4:15 – 8 p.m.

Join us for a progressive dinner bike ride* on the Greenway!

We’ll start with tasty Appetizers in Uptown. Then on to the Main Course in Midtown, featuring hand-made pizza from WildEarth WoodFired Mobile Pizza Bakery. The dinner ends with Sweets in Seward, featuring treats from the Birchwood Cafe.

Soft drinks, wine and beer (must be 21+) included.

REGISTRATION is $45 for adults by September 17; $55 after. Youth 17 and under are free.

Current Members of the Midtown Greenway Coalition receive $5 off registration. Use promo code: MGC

The pizza will be hand-made on site, so registration is limited to just 75 people – so register today!

REGISTER HERE: https://go.midtowngreenway.org/events/dinner/

* While most people will BIKE, you are welcome to take any form of transportation (preferably alternative/public).

Bicycle & Butterfly Bash

Friday, September 28

3:30 PM to 6:30 PM

Heart of the Beast Puppet & Mask Theatre, 1500 East Lake St

As butterflies make their migration and the winds of fall begin to blow, join us for a fun evening of creativity & celebration. Enjoy free hot cider and popcorn while you make spoke cards for decorating bicycles, designed by HOBT Associate Artist Gustavo Boada. Then get your hands dirty with butterfly banner and lantern making. A Love East Lake Street event!

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Community Learning Sessions about Park Safety and Park Policing

Monday, October 1, 5:30-7:30 pm

Phillips Community Center 2323 11th Ave S

Tuesday, October 2, 5:30-7:30 pm

North Commons Recreation Center 1801 James Ave N

Interpreters, children’s activities, light food and refreshments will be provided

Join the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) as it listens, learns, acknowledges, educates and gathers public input on the desired level of park police service needed to serve our communities.

The MPRB is committed to providing safe places for children and adults to gather and play. Since the July 10 incident at Minnehaha Falls, there have been ongoing discussions with staff and the community about safety and park policing. (For more information on the Minnehaha Falls incident, visit http://www.minneapolisparks.org)

The MPRB is committed to working with the community to identify ways to improve park safety. Findings from these Learning Sessions will be reported to the Board before the end of the year and will inform development of recommendations in a Park Police Service Level Plan to be drafted in 2019.

Learn about other initiatives being developed related to park safety and park policing. All initiatives will include community discussions. All initiatives are being approached and will be evaluated, through a lens of equity.

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Apply by Oct 15 for Open Seats on Environment, Energy and Food Advisory Bodies

Over 35 seats available for next 2-year terms (2019-2020). Applications due October 2018.
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Special Edition: Fall 2018

The Sustainability Division is looking for Minneapolis residents and stakeholders interested in guiding the City’s work on environmental sustainability, energy transformation, and local food systems.

Have you ever thought about serving on an environmental advisory body? You should!

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Community Environmental Advisory Commission

No. Open Seats: 19

Term length: 2 years (January 2019 – December 2020)

Active since 1990, the Community Environmental Advisory Commission (CEAC) provides assistance and advice to the city’s efforts with its principal focus on sustainable development. The committee has 19 members including residents and representatives from environmental advocacy groups, technical environmental experts, businesses, and local agencies.

Questions? Contact Kelly Muellman at 612-673-3014 or kelly.muellman.

Apply here.

Energy Vision Advisory Committee

No. Open Seats: 15

Term length: 2 years (January 2019 – December 2020)

The Energy Vision Advisory Committee (EVAC) provides feedback to the Clean Energy Partnership Board to assist in pursuing the goals of the Clean Energy Partnership and Minneapolis Climate Action Plan. The advisory committee includes representatives from critical communities within the City, such as, but not limited to business, neighborhoods, environmental justice, and technical experts.

Per the Clean Energy Partnership Agreements, EVAC is charged with reviewing and providing feedback on the CEP work plan and measurement and performance reports; providing feedback on special initiatives as requested by the Board; and, communicating to members’ respective constituencies about EVAC and Board decisions and activities.

Questions? Contact Luke Hollenkamp 612-673-2349 and luke.hollenkamp OR Kelly Muellman at 612-673-3014 and kelly.muellman

Apply here.

Homegrown Minneapolis Food Council

No. Open Seats: 4

Term length: Appointed members will serve the remainder of terms that began January 1st, 2018 and will end December 31st, 2019.

The Homegrown Minneapolis Food Council is a City advisory group that convenes and engages diverse stakeholders to identify and propose innovative solutions to improve the local food system.

Homegrown Minneapolis Food Council members:

  • Engage in lively monthly meetings. Meetings are held in the early evening at various locations throughout Minneapolis.
  • Contribute to working groups and task forces that address current food system issues. Current groups include Healthy and Inclusive Food Access, Healthy Food and Waste, Homegrown Small Business Fund and Grant Pilot, Local Food Links – Purchasing and Procurement, Milan Urban Food Policy Pact Implementation, and Urban Agriculture.

Questions? Contact Tamara Downs Schwei at Tamara.DownsSchwei

Apply here.

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Sept/Oct events in Phillips

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What’s happening with the Roof Depot Site?

Monday, Sept. 24
East Phillips Park Cultural & Community Center 2307 17th Ave. S.
Food served at 5:30 P.M.
Meeting starts at 6:00 P.M.

Will it be an Indoor Urban Farm with jobs for the community, affordable housing, and year-round organic food? Or will it be the City’s water and sewer repair yard with sand and salt mixing facility and lots of trucks? Or can we share this site and have Both? Or something else?

Please come to the Community Meeting to find some answers and ask some questions.

Be there! Express your opinion! Make a difference!

Please help get the word out. Forward this to you lists. Tell your friends and neighbors.

Download flyer here.

Print a few copies and drop them at the corner store or library or your neighbors’ car windshield.

Click here for a brief history of the struggle with the Roof Depot site.

Questions? Contact Brad Pass, 612-916-8478, bpass

Midtown Phillips Neighborhood Association
September Community Meeting

Tuesday, September 25, 2018
6:30-8:15 pm
Stewart Park, 2700 12th Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55404

AGENDA
I. Russ Gregg, Head of School at Hope Academy, will present on the school’s plans for expansion.
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II. Participate in a discussion regarding the future of the Alley Newspaper

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The Alley is more than “just a newspaper.”
The Alley is…

  • Advocating on Issues
  • Agitating for Change
  • Building Health Community
  • Documenting History
  • Facilitating Deliberation
  • Lifting Every Voice
  • Promoting Art & Culture
  • Connecting Neighbors

Share your thoughts!
Do you read the Alley and how do you value its content?
As a community member and / or neighborhood organization, what opportunities do you see to partner with or support the Alley?
Do you want to see the Alley continue, and if so, what form do you see that in?

Would like to be more involved in The Alley by either writing an article from time to time or getting involved in keeping it going?

See also attached invitation letter from the Alley Transition committee.
For more information: cstrobel11

Hear about the new draft of the Mpls 2040 Comp Plan!

Neighborhood & Community Engagement Commission (NCEC) Meeting
Tuesday, September 25
5-7pm
Monthly on the fourth Tuesday
Minneapolis Central Library
300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN 55401

Click here for PDF of agenda

2040 Comprehensive Plan update: 5:10p.m. – 5:55p.m.

For more info:
http://www.minneapolismn.gov/ncr/boards/ncec/meetings

Organizer: nceccalendar@gmail.com

National Voter Registration Day

September 25

National Voter Registration Day is a national holiday celebrating our democracy. It was first observed in 2012 and has been growing in popularity every year since. Held on the fourth Tuesday of September, National Voter Registration Day will be observed on Tuesday, September 25th this year. The holiday has been endorsed by the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS). It is further supported by the National Association of State Election Directors (NASED).

For more information about voter registration: https://nationalvoterregistrationday.org/

Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board announces public learning sessions to discuss park safety and policing

Sessions scheduled Oct. 1 at Phillips Community Center and Oct. 2 at North Commons Recreation Center

October 1, 5:30 – 7:30 pm, Phillips Community Center, 2323 11th Ave S

October 2, 5:30 – 7:30 pm, North Commons Recreation Center, 1801 James Ave

Please join the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) as it listens, learns, acknowledges, educates and gathers public input on the desired level of Park Police service needed to serve the community.

The MPRB is committed to providing safe places for children and adults to gather and play. Since the July 10 incident at Minnehaha Falls, there has been an internal work group comprised of the superintendent, commissioners, staff and consultants who have discussing short- and long-term strategies related to safety and park policing.

In mid-September, the MPRB started a series of Listening Sessions with a focus group of community leaders and sessions for youth. The MPRB encourages the public to attend one of the two community sessions scheduled in early October. Interpreters, children’s activities, light food and refreshments will be provided at each session.

Accessibility and Interpretation

Somali, Hmong and Latinx interpreters will be at the Oct. 1 and 2 Learning Sessions. For reasonable modification because of a disability or other language interpretation, please contact the MPRB Community Outreach Department in advance of the listening session so arrangements can be made prior to the meeting. Contact Radious Guess at (612) 230-6419, rguess or use the Minnesota Relay System at 711. Providing at least 72 hours notice will help to ensure availability.

English Listening Sessions FlyerHmong Listening Sessions Flyer
Spanish Listening Sessions FlyerSomali Listening Sessions Flyer

Park Safety Initiatives

The MPRB is committed to working with the community to identify ways to improve park safety. Findings from these Learning Sessions will be reported to the Board of Commissioners and shared with the community before the end of the year. They will also inform recommendations for a Park Police Service Level Plan that will be drafted in 2019.

Other initiatives being developed related to park safety and park policing include expanded youth programming, formation of a Park Police Advisory Council, and development of legislative agenda language to build awareness and strengthen laws and/or penalties related to reporting inaccurate information to law enforcement. All these strategies will include community engagement and discussions. The strategies are being approached, and will be evaluated, through a lens of equity.

Meeting on Changes to the Conduct on Premise Ordinance

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Love East Lake

Love East Lake is a new initiative to drive community participation that supports a healthy, vibrant and safe East Lake Street corridor. Check out these upcoming events:

Bicycle & Butterfly Bash

Friday, September 28, 2018

3:30 PM 6:30 PM

Heart of the Beast Puppet & Mask Theatre
1500 East Lake Street Minneapolis, MN, 55407 United States (map)

As butterflies make their migration and the winds of fall begin to blow, join us for a fun evening of creativity & celebration. Enjoy free hot cider and popcorn while you make spoke cards for decorating bicycles, designed by HOBT Associate Artist Gustavo Boada. Then get your hands dirty with butterfly banner and lantern making.

My Lake Street Day

Friday, October 5, 2018

6:00 PM 8:00 PM

Plaza Centenario
1200 East Lake Street Minneapolis, MN, 55407 United States (map)

Support any immigrant or refugee owned business with your pocketbook today. Shop local or invite your friends to join you for lunch or dinner at your favorite restaurant or one you’ve never tried before. Afterwards, gather with your neighbors around a fall bonfire and enjoy dessert and a serenade.

Clean-Up Scavanger Hunt

Monday, October 8, 2018

5:30 PM 7:00 PM

1527 East Lake Street Minneapolis, MN, 55407 United States (map)

Fast and friendly clean-up competition that encourages the community to work in pairs or teams to identify, grab, and snap a picture of items on the coveted scavanger list.

For more information, visit: https://www.loveeastlake.org

TaDa Saturday Matinees for Families

Oct 6 – Dec 15, 2018!
In the Heart of the Beast
1500 E Lake St, Minneapolis, MN 55407

All shows in our cozy theatre lobby

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We invite you to join us and our partners at In the Heart of the Beast Puppet & Mask Theatre for TaDa! A Saturday Matinee series for Families.
Every fall and winter, different artists perform engaging puppet shows at 10 a.m. and 12 noon. A great alternative to screen time, these performances will delight kids of all ages! Additionally, Make ‘n’ Take workshops are offered at 11 a.m. each Saturday morning where participants create a puppet in the theme of the day’s show.

You don’t want to miss this year’s shows including performances by HOBT favorites including Sandy Spieler!

Shows on Oct 6, Oct 27th, and Dec 1 will be performed in Spanish. You’ll find children love puppets regardless of language!

Tickets are $2 suggested donation for residents of Powderhorn and Phillips Neighborhoods.

Click here for flyer

For more information: https://hobt.org/performances-2/ta-da/

October 6 & 7, 2018

Saturday, October 6th: 11:00am – 7:30pm
Sunday, October 7th: 12:00pm – 5:00pm
American Indian Cultural Corridor
Franklin Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55404

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Indigenous Peoples Day is a celebratory gathering that continues to honor the perseverance and culture of Indigenous people. In 2014, the Native American Community Development Institute (NACDI) worked with the Native American Urban community to campaign and won to recognize Indigenous Peoples’ Day instead of Columbus Day in Minneapolis using community development, engagement, and organizing.

All My Relations Gallery (AMRA), and NACDI is hosting an Indigenous Peoples Day Festival to raise awareness, and provide education of Native American Arts.

The festival’s focus is to provide the people of the Twin Cities, greater Minnesota, and beyond consistently high-quality exposure to Native American Arts. The festival will provide the public with education about American Indian history, culture, and contemporary experiences through the arts. Workshops will encourage artists to interact with attendees to create a broader understanding of Native communities.

For more information: https://www.nacdi.org/indigenous-peoples-day-festival

Join us for the Phillips Clean Sweep!

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