I-35W Project Update

Greetings,

Here is an update for the I-35W@94 project. Work continues but we have no full highway closures planned. I have some updates on other projects for those interested.

Reminder: I-94 will be closed in both directions tonight and Wednesday from 10 p.m. to 5/6 a.m. while crews install the 22nd Avenue bridge. See below for details. MnDOT has canceled the planned closured Nov. 8-11.

Please check www.511mn.org for real-time updates and a broader picture of metro area closures. Also, visit the project web page. All closures are weather permitting and subject to change.

Here is the list with highlighted updates:

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

· No highway closures scheduled

Please visit the web page for local Minneapolis street closures.

Here are some updates on some other projects in Hennepin County:

MnDOT projects:

I-94 Minneapolis 22nd and 25th Avenue bridges http://www.dot.state.mn.us/metro/projects/i94and25thavebridge

· NEW I-94 is closed in both directions between Highway 280 and I-35W from 10 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 5 to 5 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 6 Detour: I-35E, Highway 36 and I-35W

· I-94 is closed in both directions between Highway 280 and I-35W from 10 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 6 to 6 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 7. Detour: I-35E, Highway 36 and I-35W

· NEW The 22nd Avenue bridge is schedule to open in mid-November.

· The work on the 25th Avenue bridge is complete.

Upcoming:

· Canceled I-94 is closed in both directions between I-35W and Highway 280 from 10 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8 to 5 a.m. Monday, Nov. 11.

I-94 Maple Grove to Clearwater https://www.dot.state.mn.us/i94-mg-clearwater/index.html

· Watch for overnight lane closures of I-94 in both directions starting at 7 p.m. and ending at noon westbound between Maple Grove and Rogers.

· Watch for overnight lane closures on I-94 east between I-494 and Highway 241 from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. through November.

· I-94 east is reduced to one lane along the median between Wright County Road 19 and Highway 241 in St. Michael 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. nightly through November.

· I-94 west is reduced to one lane along the median or shoulder between Highway 241 in St. Michael and Wright County Road 19 in Albertville through November, Monday through Fridays.

· I-94 east between Highway 25 and Wright County Road 8 will be reduced to one lane from 6 p.m. to noon nightly through November.

· I-94 west between Wright County Road 8 and Highway 25 will be reduced to one lane from 5 p.m. to 10 a.m. through November.

· Central Avenue bridge over Highway 12 Wayzata http://www.dot.state.mn.us/metro/projects/hwy12andcountyroad101bridge/

· Update The Central Avenue/County Road 101 bridge is closed through Nov. 17. See web page for detours.

· The ramp from Highway 12 west to County Road 101 south is closed through mid-November

· The ramp from Highway 12 east to County Road 101 south is closed through mid-November

· Watch for single-lane closures at the bridge.

Highway 12 Maple Plain to Delano

· Watch for flaggers and traffic delays between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. weekdays and weekends as crews install flexible rubber safety poles in the center of Highway 12. The work will start late this week or early next week and will take eight days.

I-35W Fifth Street Bridge Minneapolis http://www.dot.state.mn.us/35w94/

· The 5th Street pedestrian bridge over I-35W is open. However, the project is not complete.

I-94 Maple Grove (Drainage repair on ramp from Hemlock Lane to I-94 west)

· Watch for shoulder closures on the ramp from Hemlock Lane to I-94 west

MnDOT maintenance:

Highway 169 and I-394 in Golden Valley

· The ramp from Highway 169 north to I-394 east is closed from 9 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 7 to 4 a.m. Friday, Nov. 8 for guardrail repair.

· The ramp from I-394 east to Highway 169 north is closed from 9 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 7 to 4 a.m. Friday, Nov. 8 for guardrail repair.

I-394 Minneapolis

· I-394 east is reduced to one lane between Wirth Parkway and Penn Avenue from 9 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 7 to 5 a.m. Friday, Nov. 8.

I-94 Minneapolis

· The ramp from 11th Street to I-94 west is closed from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 12.

· The left lane of I-94 east is closed between the Lowry Tunnel and LaSalle Avenue from 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8 to 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 9.

Projects by other jurisdictions affecting MnDOT highways and ramps:

I-494 and Rockford Road bridge (City of Plymouth project) https://www.plymouthmn.gov/departments/public-works/project-spotlight/street-projects/county-road-9-bridge-over-i-494

· The Rockford Road bridge over I-494 is open to one lane in each direction until November.

· Watch for lane closures of I-494 overnight near the bridge.

I-494 / Highway 100 (Southwest Light rail) https://metrocouncil.org/transportation/projects/current-projects/southwest-lrt.aspx

· Highway 62 east is reduced to one lane from Shady Oak Road to Highway 212 until Nov. 9.

I-494 Bloomington/Richfield(Orange Line) https://www.metrotransit.org/metro-orange-line

· Update The ramp from I-35W south to I-494 west opened today.

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

Midtown Weekly Crime Report and Community Announcements, Week Ending October 28, 2019

Hello from John B at Midtown Safety Center. Here is the Midtown weekly crime report with community announcements for the week ending 10-28-19.

The report is attached as a Word file and the text is reprinted below the Safety Center logo. 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.

Reported serious crime in Midtown decreased this week. Here are the details:

  • There were 11 Part 1 (most serious) crimes this week, down from 16 last week and 14 two weeks ago.
  • 2 violent crimes were reported-1 robbery and 1 aggravated assault. There were 6 violent crimes last week.
  • There were 0 business robberies and 0 business burglaries.
  • Police took 7 offenders in Midtown into custody this week.
  • 3 of these arrests were for felonies.
  • As of the date of this report, arrests had been made in 1 of the burglaries.
  • The 3rd Precinct continued to have 1 focused enforcement zone in Midtown.

Midtown Community Safety Center offers a number of free services and items to the community, including gun locks, no trespassing signs, access to interpreters and even condoms! Please stop by.

The 4 Phillips neighborhoods and Little Earth are holding a special public hearing on the proposed 2020 Public Safety budget on Thursday, November 7 at 6:00 pm. See the flyer reprinted below for details. This is a great chance to share your thoughts!

I have included announcements from 9 other organizations this week. Please see the report (below and attached) for more details on these items:

  • The 13th Annual Powderhorn Empty Bowlsis today (Friday, November 1). This is a delicious way to help fight hunger-participants pay for a community meal of soup and bread and can take home their hand-crafted bowl!
  • The Minneapolis Health Department invites anyone interested in how the City is handling the opioid epidemic to Community Update and Training: Safe Needle Disposalon Saturday, November 2.
  • The Day of the Deadcelebration in Central neighborhood on Saturday, November 2 combines Mexican family activities with honoring political ancestors of all nationalities. Everyone welcome!
  • The Lake Street Council invites the community to their annual Lake Street Bashfundraiser on Thursday, November 7 for food, drinks and all sorts of fun!
  • Among many other events, Midtown Global Market is offering Backyard Community Health Hub Dialogue-Diabetes on Thursday, November 7and Neighborhood Night-Coyote Stories, an indigenous-themed puppet show from In the Heart of the Beast, on Thursday, November 14.
  • Powderhorn Park is sure to sound amazing on Thursday, November 7 when the Whitney B. leads an impromptu community choir in Calling All Voices. All invited; no prior music or singing experience necessary!
  • People concerned about local crime and safety are encouraged to attend the next South Minneapolis Public Safety Coalition Meetingon Wednesday, November 13. This will be a special evening session.
  • In the Heart of the Beast and East Lake Brewery are partnering to present Metomorpho*sip,8 evenings ofdrinks, puppet fun and fundraising from Thursday, November 14 to Thursday, November 21.
  • The United States Census 2020 is hiring and encourages interested people to Join the 2020 Census Team. Local jobs pay between $12.00 and $34.00 per hour and there are many openings.

I always appreciate your announcements and comments!

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

Feel free to contact me if you need (non-emergency) help from the Minneapolis Police Department or have any questions about crime or policing in Midtown.

Thank you!

John R. Baumann

Crime Prevention Specialist

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 and Announcements

Week of 10-22 to 10-28-19

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 of Part 1* Crimes in Midtown

Part 1 crime, including violent crime, was down this week. Here are the details:

  • 11 Part 1 crimes reported. Down from 16 last week.
  • Part 1 crimes breakdown: Robbery-1, aggravated assault-1, burglary-5, larceny/theft-4.
  • 2 violent crimes reported. Down from 6 last week.
  • Violent crime breakdown: Robbery-1, aggravated assault-1.
  • Aggravated assault breakdown: Domestic-0, non-domestic-1.
  • 0 business burglaries; 0 business robberies.
  • 7 offenders total arrested and taken into custody by MPD.
  • 3 of these werefor felony crimes, marked in yellow.
  • Arrests made in 1 burglary.

*Part 1 crimes are homicide, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, auto theft, arson and larceny/theft.

Midtown Part 1 Crime Details

Violent Crimes

Robbery (1)

10-25, 3:33 pm 31st St E & 23rd Ave S (Corcoran neighborhood) Three high school students were beaten by a group of 10-15 teenagers. The suspects apparently stole a phone belonging to one of the victims. Two victims were transported to Hennepin County Medical Center. One victim said the incident began as a one-on-one fight.

Aggravated Assault (1)

10-24, 6:52 pm 28xx Bloomington Ave S (East Phillips neighborhood) Officers found that the victim had been shot in the right foot and left hand. The victim first stated that the shots came from a car driving north and he didn’t know who shot him. Later, the victim changed his description of the incident, saying he got into an altercation with a man who pulled out a gun and fired at him several times. Soon after, someone in a vehicle travelling northbound shot at him once.

Property Crimes

Burglary (5)

10-23, 4:51 pm 31xx Cedar Ave S (Corcoran neighborhood) Entry: Forced door. Arrestee 2 [Serenity Joy Jones] is a non-custodial parent of the juvenile victim. Arrestee 2 and Arrestee 1 [Dennis
Michael Brann]
forcefully took custody of the juvenile victim in violation of a court order, which made the incident a kidnapping as well as a burglary.

10-25, Between 9:30 am and 5:30 pm 31xx Chicago Ave S (Powderhorn Park neighborhood) Entry: Broken glass pane in rear door. Loss: Bottles of alcohol and a glass jar containing change.

10-28, 7:50 am 29xx Park Ave S (Phillips West neighborhood) Entry: Unlocked door. Loss: Computer and electronics. The home was occupied. One victim confronted the 3 suspects and they fled.

10-28, 8:00 am 29xx 18th Ave S (East Phillips neighborhood) Entry: Apartment door kicked in. Loss: Car keys. The victim then discovered his vehicle was missing. The victim has suspect information.

10-28, Between 10:00 am and 10:45 pm 29xx 3rd Ave S (Phillips West neighborhood) Entry: Broken windows. Loss: Cash, computer hardware, bicycles.

Theft/Larceny (4)

Theft from Motor Vehicle

10-26 16xx Lake St E (East Phillips neighborhood)

Other Theft

10-23 10xx Lake St E (Midtown Phillips neighborhood)

10-28 29xx 11th Ave S (Midtown Phillips neighborhood)

10-28 29xx Columbus Ave S (Phillips West neighborhood)

MPD Arrests in Midtown This Week

Arrestees Taken into Custody (3 Felony, 7 Total)

10-23, 4:51 pm 31xx Cedar Ave S (Corcoran neighborhood) Dennis Michael Brann & Serenity Joy Jones: Burglary (Felony); Kidnapping (Felony).

10-25, 7:45 am 2xx Lake St E (Phillips West neighborhood) Mariah Rose Bosto: 1 Felony Warrant, 3 Other Warrants.

10-25, 1:00 pm 31xx 19th Ave S (Corcoran neighborhood) Juvenile: Possession of Prescription Drugs.

10-27, 6:03 pm Lake St E & 17th Ave S (East Phillips neighborhood) Kevin Eugene Davis Jr: Possession of Stolen Motor Vehicle (Felony).

10-27, 11:46 pm 2xx Lake St E (Central neighborhood) Issak Ibrahim Robe: 2nd DWI Within 5 Years; Possession of Prescription Drugs.

10-28, 4:55 pm 8xx 28th St E (Midtown Phillips neighborhood) Leonard Dester-Elias Thompson: 1 Warrant.

Please let me know if you’d like any additional information about any of these arrests.

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, Clinton Ave S to Bloomington Ave S.

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.

• Focus area extended to Clinton Ave S

• Extend directed patrol to Clinton Ave for Middle Watch and Night Watch.

Investigative Tactics

CRT-Details focusing on Lake St utilizing Precinct cameras & ongoing CRT focus on livability/nuisance crimes.

• Continued CRT details along Lake St E, near 12th Ave to Bloomington Ave.

• Mid‐week multi‐unit details will be conducted focused in Hot Spots.

• Camera was placed at 29th St E & 16th Ave S

Problem Properties

• Neighborhood Coordination Officers worked on 1 address in Midtown:

  • 29xx 12th Ave S

Free Now at Midtown Community Safety Center!

  • Gun locks
  • No trespassing signs
  • Interpreters
  • FAX
  • Copying
  • Condoms
  • Water
  • Candy

November 7th, 2019 6:00 to 8:00 pm.

Center for Changing Lives Building at 2400 Park Avenue South

The Phillips West Neighborhood Organization in partnership with other Phillips neighbors are concerned with the lack of Public Safety Resources in the 3rd Precinct, Sector 1 which is geographically defined by 94 to North, Hiawatha to the East, Lake Street to the South and 35W to the West. The Police Chief told the Mayor & City Council that the Police Department would need an additional 400 Police Officers to keep up with the demand of 911 calls. Mayor Jacob Frey is only proposing 14 new Police Officers in his 2020 Budget.

We want to reach out to as many people as we can about your crime concerns, and other problems you are experiencing.

The City Council is hosting only three Public Hearings on its 2020 Budget before final passage set to take place December 11th. One of those Hearings will be held in the middle of most people’s work day from 9:30 a.m. to noon. The others will be held in the evening December 4th and 11th. Last year residents waited up to seven hours to testify on the proposed budget. A lot of stakeholders have expressed the desire for more Police but are unable to make it to City Hall for a variety of reasons (time commitment, bullying from anti-police groups, transportation, cost of parking, etc.).

We need your help and support to make the neighborhood a safer place to live! Therefore we have decided to hold our own Public Hearing on Public Safety for Stakeholders of the four Phillips Neighborhoods & Little Earth. Somali TV will tape the hearing and we will send our video to each City Council member & the Mayor as our official testimony!

This event will take place Thursday November 7th, 2019 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Center for Changing Lives Building located at 2400 Park Avenue South, Centrum Room. Enter from the Oakland Avenue entrance (the Park Avenue Entrance will be locked). There is free parking in the adjacent Oakland Avenue lot. The Building is Wheelchair accessible. Snacks & Beverages will be provided. If you think crime is a serious issue please come and make your voice heard!

WE NEED YOUR HELP TO MAKE THE NEIGHBORHOOD A SAFER PLACE FOR RESIDENTS AND OUR BUSINESS PARTNERS!

For more information on this event please contact:

Crystal Windschitl at (612) 879-5383 pwno2005

Community Events and Announcements

Powderhorn Empty Bowls

13th Annual Powderhorn Empty Bowls Friday, November 1, 11:00 am to 7:00 pm. Powderhorn Park, 3400 15th Ave S.

Come together with your friends and neighbors for a community meal of bread and soup to help raise money to feed those that are hungry in our neighborhood. Pick out a handmade bowl donated by a local potter for your meal, and when you leave, take your bowl home with you – now empty – as a reminder that you’ve done something good to help your neighbors who are without.

Art Feeds Us!

Donation: $20.
One bowl per adult in-person attendee.

Minneapolis Health Department

Community Update and Training: Safe Needle Disposal Saturday, November 2, 11:00 am to 12:00 pm. Sabathani Community Center Gym, 310 38th St E.

Learn what the City of Minneapolis is doing in response to the opioid epidemic, specifically addressing the syringe litter. This event will include updates from the Minneapolis Health Department and a training provided by Industrial Hygiene Services Corporation (IHSC) on safe needle disposal.

La Cucha Continua

Day of the Dead Saturday, November 2, 11:00 am to 8:00 pm. CTUL, 3715 Chicago Ave S.

This Dia de los Muertos community event brings together traditional Mexican family celebration with the honoring of our political ancestors from all movements and lineages. Food, fun, all-ages participation, creativity and history surrounded by the art of the Another World is Possible exhibit!

11am-3pm Art and flower making
4pm-8pm community potluck, ancestor altar, procession and ceremony

Learn more on Facebook >

Lake Street Council

Lake Street Bash Thursday, November 7, 5:00 to 8:00 pm. FIVE event Center, 2917 Bryant Ave S.

We’re celebrating Lake Street’s business community with drinks, food, and fun! Enjoy a variety of local beer, wine, aguas frescas, a silent auction, games, and good company with other corridor stakeholders.

· Two Tickets to the Minnesota Vikings vs Denver Broncos on Sun, Nov 17. Donated by N.R. Development / Stonewood Properties.

· $150 gift certificate for La Loma Tamales catering.

· A two night stay at the Moxy Hotel Uptown.

· Illustrated headshot from Next Day Animations.

Have you ever played our Wall of Luck? For just $25, you get the chance win a gift card from one of these Lake Street restaurants worth $25, $50 or $100!

Lake & Irving

Salsa A La Salsa
Fig + Farro
Gandhi Mahal

My Burger
Fuji Ya
Taqueria La Hacienda
William’s Pub
Birchwood Cafe
French Meadow Cafe
Geek Love Cafe
Hammer & Sickle
Hot Indian Foods
La La Ice Cream
Punch Pizza

The Fremont
Tiny Diner
Zoe’s Cafe
Barbette
Bryant Lake Bowl
Midtown Global Market
Pat’s Tap
Dairy Queen
Stella’s Fish Cafe
Andy’s Garage
Blue Plate Co
Himalayan Restaurant
Moto-i
Ramen Kazama
The Bungalow Club

$25 Presale, $35 Door

GET TICKETS

Midtown Global Market

Backyard Community Health Hub Dialogue-DiabetesThursday, November 7, 5:30 to 7:30 pm.920 Lake St E.

Join neighbors and friends for a discussion on diabetes and tips to lead a healthier life.

Neighborhood Night-Coyote Stories Thursday, November 14, 5:30 to 7:30 pm.920 Lake St E. (Presented by In the Heart of the Beast)

Nimisee the clown will tell some favorite trickster tales of that lovable scamp, Coyote. Drawing from the stories of the Assiniboine of the Great Plains, the Aztecs of Mexico and the Okanagun and Salishan of the Great Basin, Coyote is a hero, a creator, and a self-centered show off with a kind heart. At a time when so many things cause us to weep, Coyote brings us together, nurtures our spirit, and reminds us to laugh. By Julie Boada. Performed in English

See the Facebook event:

Whitney B. Music

Calling All VoicesThursday, November 7, 6:30 pm.Powderhorn Park, 3400 15th Ave S.

Join the fun and your neighbors in learning diverse songs that offer insight, good times, and empowerment to all. No music or singing experience necessary. Donation-based.

Learn More >

Powderhorn Park Neighborhood Association

South Minneapolis Public Safety Coalition Meeting Wednesday, November 13, 6:00 to 8:00 pm. Transition Plus High School, 2015 Lake St E.

You can access materials from the current Safety & Livability Campaign here: https://gcc01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fdrive.google.com%2Fdrive%2Ffolders%2F1-tTopaHdzHzmdvE1QAjg0wkckLqek259&data=02%7C01%7CJohn.Baumann%40minneapolismn.gov%7C37ba25f1b4c64417125508d74e799bc0%7C0bfb3f5ae8ea4d54b0212b2f910c715f%7C0%7C1%7C637064156880702055&sdata=pEjXMQSQptRRQtOl%2BJy84taz%2F3x0nM5VMvmIi8Gc6Eo%3D&reserved=0

In the Heart of the Beast

Metomorpho*sip Thursday, November 14 to Thursday, November 21, 6:30 to 8:00 pm. 1500 Lake St E.

HOBT and our partners at East Lake Brewery (located in the Midtown Global Market) invite you to Metamorpho*sip a relaxed evening of drinks and puppet fun to celebrate Give to the Max and the generosity of our community.

Make a donation of any amount and your first beer (or kombucha!) is on HOBT!

Come in your butterfly best! We’ve got a great night planned for you including:

A performance of Spit V. Take, the latest from Steve Ackerman (with Akiko, Sulia Altenburg, Jon Mac Cole, Noah Sommers Haas, Maren Ward, Emily Zimmer) at 8:30pm

Get your photo taken in a puppet photo booth by Honu Foto

And, be the first to see this year’s HOBT Winter Magnet design (you know, the colorful magnets you’ve seen on refrigerators across South Minneapolis) with a fun unveiling.

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Why Metamorpho*sip? Because MayDay has entered a period of transformation, a metamorphosis as we take a year off of producing MayDay. You can read more about this important work here: hobt.org/imagine

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Have kiddos? Get to the market early to catch Neighborhood Night: Coyote Stories at 5:30pm, a FREE puppet show for kids and families, a partnership of HOBT & Midtown Global Market!

Join the 2020 Census Team!

2020 Census jobs provide:

  • Great pay
  • Flexible hours
  • Weekly pay
  • Paid training

Supervisory positions in MN pay $14.50 to $34.00 per hour

Non-Supervisory Position in MN pay $12.00 to $22.00 per hour

Apply at 2020census.gov/jobs

For more information or help applying, call 855-562-2020

The U.S. Census Bureau is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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American Swedish Institute November Newsletter

Klipp! ASI’s monthly e-newsletter
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Time Tested. Tradition Approved. Holidays at the American Swedish Institute

On view November 16 – January 12, 2020

Step back in time with ASI’s annual holiday exhibition, this year celebrating ASI’s 90th anniversary with Time Tested. Tradition Approved. Explore holiday traditions over 90 years from Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Finland, our Celtic Junction community guests and the American Swedish Institute itself. The rooms of the Turnblad Mansion will be richly decorated to reflect the holiday customs of each country and era; immerse yourself in time and place and discover bits of the past and visions of the future.

Glögg Tours with The Theater of Public Policy
Experience Time Tested. Tradition Approved during ASI’s popular after-hours tours led by members of The Theater of Public Policy. Enjoy glögg (Swedish mulled wine) and light bites from FIKA as inspired by the countries and eras highlighted in the exhibition. These tours are a great gift idea and a way to spend time with friends and family during this busy season!
Tours: Select Thursdays at 7 p.m. from November 21 to January 9. Space is limited. Click here to view all dates and to register.
$50 ASI members / $55 non-members. 21+ event.

Jul Shop open November 15 – January 12
The ASI Museum Store’s annual Jul Shop, filled to the brim with wonderful Nordic and Nordic-inspired holiday gifts, opens for the season on November 15 with Member Appreciation Weekend. From Friday, November 15 – Sunday, November 17, ASI members receive discounts of up to 20% off purchases.

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Performance, Books, Crafts, Food & Spirits – Exciting Events at ASI

Chan Poling and Lucy Michelle – Jack & The Ghost Performance and Book Celebration
Sunday, November 10 & Monday, November 11, 6 p.m.
Celebrate the release of Chan Poling and Lucy Michell’s new illustrated book Jack & the Ghost with a hybrid reception, reading and performance in the Turnblad Mansion Ballroom. Stage actors Mark Benninghofen (on Sunday) and Sally Wingert (on Monday) will narrate the tale as Chan and Lucy provide musical underscore and commentary.
Ticket + Jack & the Ghost book and bag: $35 ASI members / $40 non-members / $20 child. Ticket only: $20 ASI members / $25 non-members / $10 child.
Register for Sunday’s event here and Monday’s event here.

Afternoons at ASI: Karen Jenson, Rosemaling Artist
Wednesday, November 13, 1-2 p.m.
Drop in to ASI’s monthly afternoon series for a special talk celebrating the work of master rosemaler Karen Jenson.
Included in museum admission.

A Taste of “Aquavit Week” at ASI
Wednesday, November 13, 6-9 p.m.
Skål to the spirit of the Nordics and join ASI for national Aquavit Week. Sample sips and meet representatives from 10 expected distilleries, both local (Tattersall and Norseman) and international (like Linie and Aalborg). FIKA will pass appetizers made to pair with this “water of life,” and there will be special remarks and trivia on the history of aquavit by Richard Tellström.
The ticket price includes an opening shot of Aalborg Aquavit, samples from all represented distilleries, light bites from FIKA and a commemorative shot glass. This is a 21+ event.
$50 ASI members / $55 non-members. Register here.

Food Historian Richard Tellström Returns to ASI
The charming and knowledgeable Swedish food historian Richard Tellström returns to ASI for three events this November: A drop-in talk on Wednesday, November 13, on the Essence of Swedish Food Culture; a presentation during Aquavit Week on November 13; and a lecture on Lutfisk, Herring and Other Fish Traditions in Swedish Food Culture on Saturday, November 16.

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Youth & Family Fun

Kids at the Castle: Thankful Hearts
Friday, November 15 & Saturday, November 16, 9-10 a.m.
Families can explore the museum an hour before it opens to the public and participate in activities related to Thanksgiving and gratitude.
$8 per family; no registration required.

Babies at the Castle
Friday, November 22, 9:15-10 a.m.
Take a tour of ASI’s holiday exhibition while carrying your little one and stay for sensory play. Designed for babies up to 15 months.
$15 for caregiver and child / $10 for an additional adult. Register here.

Julglädje – Christmas Joy Performances
Saturday, November 30, 1 p.m.
Popular ASI performer Ross Sutter and friends lead the whole family during these annual holiday performances. Dance to Swedish and American holiday tunes and become part of an interactive musical story.
$10 ASI members / $12 non-members / $5 kids ages 6-17 / free for ages 5 and under. Register here.
Additional performance dates: Dec. 1, Dec. 27 & Dec. 28

Lucia Concerts on sale Nov. 4

  • Tickets for the Lucia Celebration Concerts on Saturday, December 14, go on sale Monday, November 4 online, by phone or in-person.
  • Tickets for the ASI Members Only Lucia in the Mansion Concert on Friday, December 13, go on sale Monday, November 4 at 10 a.m. by phone or in-person only.

Wee Thee Vikings
The play-based exhibition for our youngest visitors in ASI’s Family Gallery will be open throughout the holiday season! Included in museum admission.

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Try Your Hand at … Nordic Handcraft
As November approaches (and daylight savings time ends), cozy up and craft at the Castle.

Makers Morning is held every Tuesday from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. in the ASI Stuga and is a great way to work on projects while connecting with other crafters. Makers Night is the monthly evening opportunity to do the same, meeting on November 27 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the Studio Classroom. Free; no registration required.

Nordic Handcraft Workshops

November craft classes have been selling quickly, with only a few spaces left in the below workshops. Or, click here to view all upcoming classes in December.

Want to receive ASI’s printed Course Catalog listing all upcoming Nordic Handcraft and Nordic Table workshops? Fill out this form!

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Language & Culture: Lifelong Learning at ASI

Whether you’re looking for a brief introductory workshop on how to speak Finnish or Swedish or want to take an advanced Swedish literature course, there are plenty of opportunities to learn a language at ASI this November:

“Jul” Love It
Learn all about Nordic Christmas traditions in fun holiday-themed culture classes! Beginning November 18 is the 4-week Start Reading Swedish: Jul Edition course.

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Julmarknad – Holiday Market & Festival

Saturday, December 7, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday, December 8, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
ASI’s annual weekend celebration features more than 55 handcraft artisans, plus music, family crafts, festival food and more.
$15 adults / $10 seniors / $6 children 6-18 / free for ASI members and children 5 and under. Purchase tickets at the door (no pre-registration).

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Friday, December 6, 6-8:30 p.m.
This inaugural event gives attendees a first chance to shop the handcrafted wares in the holiday market and meet the artisans. Also, tour the Mansion after hours and enjoy glögg and appetizers.
$75 per person. Register here.

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Friday, December 20, 6-10 p.m.
Mark the shortest day and longest night of the year with family friendly fun, festivity and performance.
New this year: Pre-registration required! Tickets will not be available at the door.
$10 ASI members / $15 non-members / $5 children under 18. Purchase tickets through Eventbrite.

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Invite: PHILLIPS PUBLIC HEARING ON MINNEAPOLIS PROPOSED 2020 PUBLIC SAFETY BUDGET

Should I try to make blank Community Impact statement forms for residents to complete who are not able to go to the meeting? I could collect those and bring them next week.

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Subject: Invite: PHILLIPS PUBLIC HEARING ON MINNEAPOLIS PROPOSED 2020 PUBLIC SAFETY BUDGET

INVITE: PHILLIPS WIDE PUBLIC HEARING ON THE PROPOSED 2020 CITY OF MINNEAPOLIS PUBLIC SAFETY BUDGET!

(THURSDAY NOVEMBER 7TH, 6:00 TO 8:00 P.M. AT THE CENTER FOR CHANGING LIVES LOCATED AT 2400 PARK AVENUE, 1ST FLOOR CENTRUM ROOM)

The Phillips West Neighborhood Organization in partnership with other Phillips neighbors are concerned with the lack of Public Safety Resources in the 3rd Precinct, Sector 1 which is geographically defined by 94 to North, Hiawatha to the East, Lake Street to the South and 35W to the West. The Police Chief told the Mayor & City Council that the Police Department would need an additional 400 Police Officers to keep up with the demand of 911 calls. Mayor Jacob Frey is only proposing 14 new Police Officers in his 2020 Budget.

We want to reach out to as many people as we can about your crime concerns, and other problems you are experiencing.

The City Council is hosting only three Public Hearings on its 2020 Budget before final passage set to take place December 11th. One of those Hearings will be held in the middle of most people’s work day from 9:30 a.m. to noon. The others will be held in the evening December 4th and 11th. Last year residents waited up to seven hours to testify on the proposed budget. A lot of stakeholders have expressed the desire for more Police but are unable to make it to City Hall for a variety of reasons (time commitment, bullying from anti-police groups, transportation, cost of parking, etc.).

We need your help and support to make the neighborhood a safer place to live! Therefore we have decided to hold our own Public Hearing on Public Safety for Stakeholders of the four Phillips Neighborhoods & Little Earth. Somali TV will tape the hearing and we will send our video to each City Council member & the Mayor as our official testimony!

This event will take place Thursday November 7th, 2019 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Center for Changing Lives Building located at 2400 Park Avenue South, Centrum Room. Enter from the Oakland Avenue entrance (the Park Avenue Entrance will be locked). There is free parking in the adjacent Oakland Avenue lot. The Building is Wheelchair accessible. Snacks & Beverages will be provided. If you think crime is a serious issue please come and make your voice heard!

SEE ATTACHED FLYER FOR MORE INFORMATION!

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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Invite: PHILLIPS PUBLIC HEARING ON MINNEAPOLIS PROPOSED 2020 PUBLIC SAFETY BUDGET

INVITE: PHILLIPS WIDE PUBLIC HEARING ON THE PROPOSED 2020 CITY OF MINNEAPOLIS PUBLIC SAFETY BUDGET!

(THURSDAY NOVEMBER 7TH, 6:00 TO 8:00 P.M. AT THE CENTER FOR CHANGING LIVES LOCATED AT 2400 PARK AVENUE, 1ST FLOOR CENTRUM ROOM)

The Phillips West Neighborhood Organization in partnership with other Phillips neighbors are concerned with the lack of Public Safety Resources in the 3rd Precinct, Sector 1 which is geographically defined by 94 to North, Hiawatha to the East, Lake Street to the South and 35W to the West. The Police Chief told the Mayor & City Council that the Police Department would need an additional 400 Police Officers to keep up with the demand of 911 calls. Mayor Jacob Frey is only proposing 14 new Police Officers in his 2020 Budget.

We want to reach out to as many people as we can about your crime concerns, and other problems you are experiencing.

The City Council is hosting only three Public Hearings on its 2020 Budget before final passage set to take place December 11th. One of those Hearings will be held in the middle of most people’s work day from 9:30 a.m. to noon. The others will be held in the evening December 4th and 11th. Last year residents waited up to seven hours to testify on the proposed budget. A lot of stakeholders have expressed the desire for more Police but are unable to make it to City Hall for a variety of reasons (time commitment, bullying from anti-police groups, transportation, cost of parking, etc.).

We need your help and support to make the neighborhood a safer place to live! Therefore we have decided to hold our own Public Hearing on Public Safety for Stakeholders of the four Phillips Neighborhoods & Little Earth. Somali TV will tape the hearing and we will send our video to each City Council member & the Mayor as our official testimony!

This event will take place Thursday November 7th, 2019 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Center for Changing Lives Building located at 2400 Park Avenue South, Centrum Room. Enter from the Oakland Avenue entrance (the Park Avenue Entrance will be locked). There is free parking in the adjacent Oakland Avenue lot. The Building is Wheelchair accessible. Snacks & Beverages will be provided. If you think crime is a serious issue please come and make your voice heard!

SEE ATTACHED FLYER FOR MORE INFORMATION!

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
PWNO2005

Check out our Website: www.phillipswest.info
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11-07-19 Phillips Public Safety Hearing Notice.pdf

Job Development Career Fair – November 4

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Job Development Career Fair – November 4

All are welcome to attend the Job Development Career Fair. Over 40+ employers will be attending this event.

  • Monday, November 4, 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • Hennepin County Library – Minneapolis Central
  • 300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis 55401

This event is free and open to all job searchers. Over 40 employers attending this event! The employers attending have several job openings, so bring copies of your resume and be prepared for interviews! Please dress professionally. This event is sponsored by Hennepin County Workforce Development.

Employers attending:

  • ACR Homes
  • Award Staffing
  • AZZ
  • City of Minneapolis
  • City of St. Paul
  • Costco
  • Crowne Plaza Northstar Hotel
  • DGS
  • Doherty Staffing
  • Dominos
  • Dungarvin
  • Elior North America
  • Endeavor Air
  • FedEx Ground
  • Graduate Minneapolis Hotel
  • Great Wolf Lodge
  • Hilton Minneapolis
  • Hyatt Regency Downtown Minneapolis
  • Independent Packaging Services, Inc.
  • Johnson Screens
  • Kelly Services
  • Magnum Companies
  • Metropolitan Council
  • MSS
  • NAPA Auto Parts
  • New French Bakery
  • Nico Products
  • Nike
  • Osseo Area Schools
  • Personnel Plus
  • Phasenext Hospitality
  • Pridestaff
  • Protolabs
  • Resource MFG for Boston Scientific
  • Right at Home Care
  • SAS Retail
  • Sheraton Minneapolis West
  • Thomas Allen
  • TPI Hospitality
  • Triple Shift Entertainment
  • TSA
  • Two Betty’s Cleaning
  • UPS
  • US Aviation
  • Wells Fargo

Learn more at www.hennepin.us/employmentservices

Upcoming Events

Job Development Career Fair

Monday, December 2, 2019 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m., Hennepin County Library – Minneapolis Central – 300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN 55401

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Job Development Career Fair – December 2



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Job Development Career Fair – December 2

All are welcome to attend the Job Development Career Fair. Over 35+ employers will be attending this event.

  • Monday, December 2, 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • Hennepin County Library – Minneapolis Central
  • 300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis 55401

This event is free and open to all job searchers. Over 35 employers attending this event! The employers attending have several job openings, so bring copies of your resume and be prepared for interviews! Please dress professionally. This event is sponsored by Hennepin County Workforce Development.

Employers attending:

  • Atlas Staffing
  • Award Staffing
  • Catholic Eldercare
  • City of St. Paul
  • Doherty Staffing
  • Dominos
  • Dungarvin
  • Embassy Suites Minneapolis Airport
  • FedEx Ground
  • First Student
  • Genesis Group Homes
  • Hyatt Regency by Mall of America
  • HyVee – Eagan Fulfillment Center
  • Integer
  • Johnson Screens
  • LGC Hospitality
  • Loffler
  • LSC Communications
  • Medtronic
  • Meridian Services
  • Minneapolis Public Schools
  • Minnesota Veterans Home – Minneapolis
  • MSS
  • NAPA Auto Parts
  • Nike
  • OTG
  • PrideStaff
  • ResourceMFG
  • Right at Home Care
  • Sysco
  • Thomas Allen
  • TripleShift Entertainment
  • Two Betty’s Cleaning
  • USIC
  • Wells Fargo
  • And more…..

Learn more at www.hennepin.us/employmentservices

Upcoming Events

Employer of the Day – State of Minnesota

Monday, October 28, 2019 from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m., Hennepin County Library – Pierre Bottineau – 55 Broadway Street NE, Minneapolis, MN 55413

Job Development Career Fair

Monday, November 4, 2019 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m., Hennepin County Library – Minneapolis Central – 300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN 55401

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Spread the Word: LSS Four Cornerstones of Financial Literacy- November and December

FREE FINANCIAL COURSE!

Upcoming Dates:

November 13th and 20th

December 11th and 18th

9:00am-12:00pm

Completion of both sessions is needed for the certificate

Create a budget

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Make credit cards work for you

Reduce your debt

Repair your credit

Build assets

Protect yourself from scams

Register Online at:

Or Call 612-879-5256 or email tec with your interest in Four Cornerstones

Questions? Email tec or call 612-879-5256

The TEC (Training and Education Center)

LSS Center for Changing Lives

2400 Park Ave S., Minneapolis (2nd Floor)

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Minnesota Opportunity Corps

Employment Services & Training

Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota

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2400 Park Ave. S.|Minneapolis, MN 55404

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Superintendent Presents Recommended 2020 MPRB Budget

Public comment opportunities scheduled Nov. 6, 20 and Dec. 4, 11
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2020 Budget

Superintendent Presents Recommended 2020 MPRB Budget

Public comment opportunities scheduled Nov. 6, 20 and Dec. 4, 11

Superintendent Al Bangoura’s Recommended 2020 Budget for the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) focuses on four priorities adopted by the Board of Commissioners last year and organizational performance goals adopted by the Board in April 2019 to support those priorities. The four priorities are: invest in youth; be financially sustainable; protect the environment; and engage communities’ power. The recommended budget maintains most current service levels, continues the use of racial equity tools throughout the budget process, and includes initiatives to address environmental concerns and critical funding gaps for youth programs and jobs.

“We have a responsibility to invest in, and serve, the youth of Minneapolis with quality, innovative programs, regardless of the youth’s ability to pay for services,” explained Superintendent Bangoura. “This budget begins to address the $2 million funding gap identified in the Closing the Gap: Youth Investment report shared earlier this fall with commissioners and city leaders. Because the Board of Estimate and Taxation did not approve additional funding for the Board’s youth and environmental priorities, this budget includes funding a portion of those priorities through service reductions within every division and careful, thoughtful increases to fees for a variety services.”

The Closing the Gap: Youth Investment report shows the MPRB’s investment in youth has increased slightly but not enough to address prior periods of decline in service levels. The MPRB has been held to current service level funding, without additional funding, to address youth programming and while general park service demands grew as the city’s population increased.

The report identifies several city and MPRB reports that outline the needs and desires for Minneapolis residents and leaders to support youth and youth programming: 2013 City of Minneapolis Blueprint for Violence; 2015 MPRB Closing the Gap; 2016 Memorandum of Understanding between MPRB and Minneapolis Public Schools; and 2018 MPRB RecQuest. In addition, the 2020 City Youth Coordinating Board Master Plan, which is working through approvals, echoes the call to better serve youth.

“We have ten years of community input and plans, but without additional funding these plans aren’t implemented and annually more than 80,000 Minneapolis youth go without the needed services that have been identified,” explained Bangoura. “We need to accept the good analysis that has already been done and get to work, or we will miss the current generation.”

Bangoura’s recommended budget includes almost $300,000 for additional youth employment opportunities within the park system, almost $200,000 for programming and $600,000 for capital to implement two ideation spaces converting outdated computer labs and providing staff and equipment to expand digital skills for youth, slightly more than $100,000 for free afterschool programming at four sites across the city, almost $25,000 for the formation of a new youth council, and almost $400,000 for environmental initiatives to reduce the MPRB’s carbon footprint, reduce energy and manage water resources.

The recommended budget includes a proposed 5.7 percent property tax levy increase that includes 5.8 percent increase for the General Fund annual operating increase, and 3.9 percent increase for the Tree Preservation and Reforestation Levy to address Emerald Ash Borer infestation and tree loss due to storms. The Superintendent’s 2020 Recommended Budget proposes utilizing the maximum 5.7 percent tax levies authorized by the Board and Estimate and Taxation. Of the total property tax paid by Minneapolis homeowners, approximately seven cents of every dollar will go to the MPRB. The proposed 5.7 percent property tax increase will result in an estimated annual increase of $17 for the owner of a median-value $266,000 house.

The Superintendent’s Recommended 2020 Budget totals $126.1 million, including $89.2 million for the general operating fund, $3.2 million for the special revenue fund, $13.2 million for the enterprise operating fund and $20.5 for capital project funding.

For details about Proposed 2020 Budget, public-comment opportunities and 2020 budget initiatives, read the full news release on the MPRB website.

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Job Development Career Fair – November 4

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Job Development Career Fair – November 4

All are welcome to attend the Job Development Career Fair. Over 40+ employers will be attending this event.

  • Monday, November 4, 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • Hennepin County Library – Minneapolis Central
  • 300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis 55401

This event is free and open to all job searchers. Over 40 employers attending this event! The employers attending have several job openings, so bring copies of your resume and be prepared for interviews! Please dress professionally. This event is sponsored by Hennepin County Workforce Development.

Employers attending:

  • ACR Homes
  • Award Staffing
  • AZZ
  • City of Minneapolis
  • City of St. Paul
  • Costco
  • Crowne Plaza Northstar Hotel
  • DGS
  • Doherty Staffing
  • Dominos
  • Dungarvin
  • Elior North America
  • Endeavor Air
  • FedEx Ground
  • Graduate Minneapolis Hotel
  • Great Wolf Lodge
  • Hilton Minneapolis
  • Hyatt Regency Downtown Minneapolis
  • Independent Packaging Services, Inc.
  • Johnson Screens
  • Kelly Services
  • Magnum Companies
  • Metropolitan Council
  • MSS
  • NAPA Auto Parts
  • New French Bakery
  • Nico Products
  • Nike
  • Osseo Area Schools
  • Personnel Plus
  • Phasenext Hospitality
  • Pridestaff
  • Protolabs
  • Resource MFG for Boston Scientific
  • Right at Home Care
  • SAS Retail
  • Sheraton Minneapolis West
  • Thomas Allen
  • TPI Hospitality
  • Triple Shift Entertainment
  • TSA
  • Two Betty’s Cleaning
  • UPS
  • US Aviation
  • Wells Fargo

Learn more at www.hennepin.us/employmentservices

Upcoming Events

Employer of the Day – MSS

Monday, October 21, 2019 from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., Hennepin County Library – East Lake – 2727 East Lake Street, Minneapolis, MN 55406

Employer of the Day – MN Department of Revenue

Monday, October 28, 2019 from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m., Hennepin County Library – Pierre Bottineau – 55 Broadway Street NE, Minneapolis, MN 55413

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