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Start the Year with Traction: A Workshop to Take Your Business to the Next Level
Thursday, February 15, 2018
8:00 AM 10:00 AM
Back by popular demand, Grow North will kick off the year with a workshop on Traction, the Entrepreneur Operating System utilized by startups throughout Minnesota. We have partnered with Sara Stern, a Traction EOS facilitator and owner of Family Business Minnesota, to lead a dynamic workshop that will not only deepen your understanding of Traction but also give you time to apply it methods to your business. This 90 minute session is designed for leaders working with Traction currently or those who have been thinking about it and are ready to take the leap. Each registrant will receive a Traction workbook and there will be time throughout for Q&A.
Bring the kids to — The Puppet Adventures of Ned the Naturalist
Follow Ned the Nerdy Naturalist as he stops Trasher the Trash Can from trashing nature. Try art making with a take-home activity related to the show. Then, join the Walk with a Naturalist for a full afternoon of activities. Performance begins promptly at 1PM. Free. Ages: All.
Photo Exibit — Nidoto Nai Yoni: Forgetting and Remembering the Wartime Incarceration of Japanese Americans
Saturday, February 10, 2018
Experiences of Wartime Displacement, Dispossession, and Confinement: the Japanese American Incarceration and Beyond.
A panel including members of Minnesota’s Japanese American, immigrant, and refugee communities will discuss their communities’ experiences of confinement, displacement, and eventual resettlement in Minnesota. Audience members will be encouraged to share their experiences.
Join the Urban Roots Youth-Run Community Supported Agriculture Program!
URBAN ROOTS YOUTH-RUN CSA PROGRAM!
Consider your membership for fresh, seasonal, St Paul grown vegetables!
If you want fresh local produce and believe in our important work in transforming the lives of youth through learning, community action projects, hard work and connections to the environment, then Urban Roots CSA is a great match for you!
The Market Garden Program at Urban Roots teaches youth practical growing skills, entrepreneurship, cooking, healthy living and community building. Under the guidance of our Market Garden Program Managers, youth grow, harvest, wash and distribute thousands of pounds of produce each season from several East Side production sites. All youth in our internship programs are paid to carry out meaningful, engaging work.
Help kids learn what healthy food is by becoming a FoodCorps Service Member
As a FoodCorps service member, you can help kids learn what healthy food is, fall in love with it, and eat it every day.
FoodCorps recruits talented leaders for a year of full time paid public service building healthy school food environments in limited-resource communities.
Register for the Beef to School Webinar with the USDA
Tuesday, February 13th, 2018.
Celebrate the Chinese New Year!
Place: North Star Ballroom, St. Paul Student Center,
University of Minnesota (2017 Buford Ave, St. Paul, MN 55108)
Time: 2:30 PM – 7:00 PM, Saturday, February 17, 2018
2:30 PM Admission
3:00 PM Performances: Lion dance, Erhu, Hip-hop dance, K-pop dance, Acapella, Singing and more
4:30 PM Lucky Money for children & Senior, Door Prizes and more
5:00 PM Delicious food of your choice – Food Bazaar
CASA CNY: EmBarking On A New Journey
Bark your calendars! It’s going to be the Year of the Dog, and CASA’s Chinese New Year Celebration is the can’t miss event to start it off. Bring friends and family (or don’t, we’ll provide friends for you) to celebrate with free food, live performances, and fun activities. You could even win fabulous prizes, and it’s all free!
Get Your Ice Skates On Before Winter Disappears at the Wells Fargo WinterSkate
Skaters are invited to experience the unique urban setting of downtown Saint Paul. Located in the heart of the city, Wells Fargo WinterSkate creates a fun, winter experience for visitors of all ages. The historic Landmark Center creates a beautiful backdrop for the outdoor rink, showcasing Saint Paul’s charming European architecture and old-world ambiance.
We invite you and your whole family to dust off your skates and head to downtown Saint Paul. The outdoor rink will be filled with noontime skaters, after school groups, youth hockey scrimmages and practices, broomball teams, corporate events, and family open skating.
Join the Hindu Society of Minnesota’s Grand Holi Celebration
Sat – Mar 10, 2018 – 4:30pm
Get Frozen at the Annual Phalen Freeze Fest
Phalen Freeze Fest is an annual celebration of winter and all the exciting activities that it brings. Dress for the weather and we’ll provide the rest!
Watch the Legend of Shingebiss as performed by youth from Urban Roots (performance begins at 2:00pm)
Fish through the ice with Tips Outdoors
Practice your firebuilding skills with Wilderness Inquiry
Play boot hockey with JCNSP Polar Devils Youth Hockey
Cook food over a fire with Phalen Recreation Center
Glide on a kicksled with Ramsey County Parks
Go on a Story Walk with Saint Paul Public Libraries
Snowshoe with Saint Paul Parks and Recreation
Geocache to treasure with Saint Paul Natural Resources
Play at the salt table with Ramsey Washington Metro Watershed District
Forums for Racial Reconciliation: The Impact & Damage of Micro-Aggressions
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, the Twin Cities’ only majority African American Episcopalian church, has joined with and led several community partners, including the state-wide Episcopal Church in Minnesota, St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, Luther Seminary, Hamline University, and members of the Hamline-Midway Neighborhood to create a series of community engagement forums dealing with racial, ethnic, and cultural understanding and reconciliation.
Aspire. Collaborate. Transform. At the Community Connections Conference 2018
The Neighborhood and Community Relations Department invites you to the 7th annual Community Connections Conference. Come join nonprofits, elected leaders, City departments, community organizations and others share ideas and develop strategies create change. The conference is a free event with an exciting panel on transformative leadership, two sessions of workshops, a community roundtable with the Mayor and members of City Council, a neighborhood showcase and over 100 exhibits and a delicious catered lunch.
Try a new winter sport by renting equipment
Let’s be honest: Snowy, icy, dark and cold Minnesota winters can be hard. But one of the best ways to overcome the winter blues is to get outside and enjoy some seasonal pastimes.
From downhill and cross country skiing to snowshoeing, fat biking and ice skating, there are many different winter activities to try. And fortunately, there are many rental options available so you can try out a new winter activity without investing in expensive equipment that may end up not getting used.
Join us for Geo:Code 2018
Geo:Code is for everyone: residents, government personnel, novices, experts, technologists and non-technologists. This event is for anybody who wants to learn, discuss, and brainstorm about government data and technology. Whether you are a student, an artist, an educator, a developer, a parent, a GIS professional or a business owner you are welcome.
Ride to the Wild this season – free on Saturdays
Hockey season is here! Cheer on the Wild this season and avoid parking headaches by riding Metro Transit all season long!
With the METRO Green Line and several bus routes dropping off within blocks of the Xcel Energy Center, its a win-win for you as a fan!
Checkout the list of the free games (downloadable pass required) for the 2017-18 season.
Metro Transit and the Wolves team up for free weekend rides
Everyone knows taking Metro Transit to Timberwolves games is a breeze and now you can ride free to every Saturday and Sunday home game of the 2017-18 season!
See how you can get your free weekend game ride passes. Planning your trip to a night with the Wolves or any other event at the newly renovated Target Center is easy. Use the interactive Trip Planner to find your best route instantly.
Help improve Hennepin Ave. downtown corridor
The City of Minneapolis is moving forward with big improvements for Hennepin Ave. between 12th St. and Washington Ave. This corridor is one of the busiest in all of downtown and will continue to grow since its such a major arts and cultural thoroughfare. With hardly any improvements to this section of Hennepin Ave. since 1986, this project aims to make a great impact for all users; bus riders, pedestrians, cyclists and motorists alike. City officials and designers are looking for input regarding experience on this corridor from customers of Metro Transit just like you!