If we tried to fit all of the events in here, we’d be here all day, so check out the events calendar for the complete run-down of everything that’s happening in our community.
- Start off your weekend with your little ones at storytime at the East Lake Library. Family storytime starts at 10:15, baby storytime starts at 11:15.
- Have you thought of teaching a class in the Experimental Community Education program? Minnehaha Free Space is hosting a facilitator training.
- The grab bag of events, Call of the Wild at Patrick’s Cabaret is a collection of six performers each performing in their artistic discipline. Tonight catch storytelling, spoken word, and dance.
- Get your head in the garden – Metro Blooms is offering a morning session at Dowling on all things plants. Participate in a vertical vegetable gardening workshop, learn about plants for northern gardens from Don Engebretson, and purchase plants at the plant sale.
- Boneshaker Books will be screening the film Occupied Cascadia, a documentary about the intersection of the environment and the people of the Northeast Pacific Rim.
- The new Longfellow Honey House needs help cleaning up its grounds. Learn more about the Honey House and how to prep a site for an urban farm.
- Roll on over to Spokes for a bike decorating party. Then participate in a group bike ride to the May Day Parade. No one will be left behind, and families are welcome.
- It’s your last opportunity to catch Anne of Green Gables performed at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church.
- It’s a busy day at Holy Trinity, the church is also hosting a book sale.
Coming Up This Week
- Just in time for the (hopefully) warmer weather, Spokes is offering a cycling in traffic class.
- Take a tour of the back roads and small towns of Minnesota that are slowly disappearing with photographer Doug Ohman.
- Have you always wanted to get to know your neighbors better? More than an awkward “hello”? Attend the MPD’s Block Leader Training and have an excuse to introduce yourself and plan a get together.
- Meet the Ward 9 Candidates and hear their take on local issues.Do you have an event coming up that you’d like to see added to our calendar? We want to know about it! Send an email to email@example.com, and we will post your event details.