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June Is Busting Out All Over At Semilla @ St. Paul’s

By Patrick Cabello Hansel

Ready for school to be over?  Ready for sunny days and long twilights?  Then the Semilla Center at St. Paul’s has something for all of you this summer. Check out these delectables:

For Children Who Love to Create:  Creation Camp, June 13-17, 10 am to 2 pm.  For children 3-11.  Arts, gardening, bible stories, games, lunch, storytelling, and a trip on Friday. 

For People Who Like to Eat and Celebrate: El Gran Kermesse outdoor bazaar.  Saturday, June 19, 4-8 pm.  Food, music, fun for all.  Group singing!

For Youth Who Like to Grow: Our Young Leaders Program trains youth 11-15 in job and leadership skills.  Youth receive a stipend (that means money, peeps!).  Youth will create art, learn photography, make and sell salsa and make an impact on the community.  Get your applications now!

For People Who Like to Plant:  Be a Healthy Community Pollinator: Learn how to grow food in small containers, plant pollinator attracting plants, and plant art in the midst of green.  All Summer Long!  Free Open Art Studio every Wednesday, 6-8 pm.

For People Who Love to Celebrate:  Our Great Block Party in July (date TBA), Wednesdays on the Lawn, probably a concert, surely some pot lucks—who knows?

For People Who Like to Write: Submissions for the next issue of the Phoenix of Phillips literary magazine are now open. The theme is “This is My Story”. We want to hear your stories and poems of life in this great community.  Special sections for youth, adults and seniors. 

For information on all this, call 612-724-3862, e-mail stpaulscreate@gmail.com, or stop by St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, 2742 15th Ave S, on the corner with the big mosaic chair!  St. Paul’s is an equal opportunity creative force.

Patrick Cabello Hansel is Co-Pastor of St. Paul’s Lutheran on 15th Av. and a Poet and Writer

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