Welcome to the weekend! The weather is warming up and so are neighborhood events. For the complete list of events happening in the neighborhood be sure to check out the Events Calendar.
- Live music at Harriet Brewing. Singer-songwriter Steve Noonan takes the stage, followed by the Tommy Bentz Band.
- Transition Longfellow will be holding its annual pancake breakfast – a fundraiser to support the group’s efforts throughout the year. Of course the pancakes will be organic, the syrup real, and fruit and juice will also be on the menu. There will also be a silent auction with a fully-assembled wooden chicken coop, an ultra-mod Little Free Library, banjo lessons, web design, garden consultation, and more fun items.
- Join Natalie Buske Thomas and Cassandra Thomas for a reading and discussion of their books Bluebird Flown and KiLA iLO at Moon Palace Books.
- Patrick’s Cabaret presents Winter Games, an open-call cabaret featuring performance art, storytelling, music, and comedy.
- Spokes is organizing a group of people willing to help work on bikes for the Seward Montessori Bike Club. Volunteers will meet on Sunday afternoons until April. As a volunteer you’ll have the opportunity to take a 4-week bike overhaul training and will have guidance throughout. An info session will be held from 1-2 p.m.
- Barista throwdown at Peace Coffee – Wonderland Park. See the best baristas in the Twin Cities build signature beverages flying by the seat of their pants, not knowing what ingredients they’ll be required to use beforehand.
- In September a legal pesticide application killed thousands of bees in Minneapolis. Join the Beez Kneez, Dr. Marla Spivak, the U of M Bee Squad, and others for a night of reflection and action.
- Residents are invited to discuss issues affecting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families at a legislative visit with their elected officials. The legislative session begins in February and ARC Twin Cities wants to ensure constituent concerns are heard.
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