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Sunday June 23rd 2024

‘Events’ Archives

June ’24 Events

June ’24 Events

Puppet Story TimeSaturday June 110:30 AM - 12:30 PMThe Avalon Theater1500 E Lake StreetFreeKids and families, join In The Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre (HOBT) the first Saturday of every month for puppetry fun and storytelling! This month puppet librarian Chelly will be joined by folk trio The Well Tree. See you at “The Avalon!” Indigenous Food Lab MarketOne Year AnniversarySaturday June 111 AM - 1 PMMidtown Global Market920 E. Lake StreetFreeJune 1st marks one year since the Indigenous Food Lab Market officially opened! We will mark the occasion with music, dancing, small bites, and gathering with friends and partners. For more information go to natifs.org/event/indigenous-food-lab-market-1-year-anniversary Bach Tage at Mt Olive Music and Fine ArtsJune 1 & 24 PMMount Olive Lutheran Church3045 Chicago AvenueFreeMount Olive Music and Fine Arts presents two special events in association with its Seventeenth Annual “Bach Tage,” or “Bach day.” On [...]

Jazz and Poetry Return
to the Historic Pioneers and Soldiers Memorial Cemetery

By PATRICK CABELLO HANSEL On Saturday, June 29 at 2 pm, the 4th Annual Poetry and Jazz in the Holy Ground returns to the historic Pioneers and Soldiers Cemetery in south Minneapolis. The event will feature a jazz duo of Larry McDonough on keyboards and Richard Terrill on saxophone.This year, the event will also include the launch of the poetry chapbook “THE NATIONS UNDERGROUND: Writing With Our Ancestors,” featuring over a dozen area poets who have written poems to or from their ancestors. Poets will read from the chapbook, along with featured poets Margaret Hasse, Patrick Cabello Hansel and Dralandra Larkins. There will also be a hands-on lantern making workshop led by local artists from the Semilla Center for Healing and the Arts.“The desire to connect with our ancestors is as ancient as human history itself,” says chapbook editor Patrick Cabello Hansel. “Human beings consider cemeteries to be holy ground, where those who have gone are still present. The poems in [...]

May 24 Events

May 24 Events

Frank Buffalo Hyde, SWIPE RIGHT, acrylic on canvas, 2023. Source: All My Relations Gallery Memorial Day Program at the Pioneers and Soldiers Cemetery, 2019. Source: Friends of the Cemetery Mike Melman, Nicollet Island Railroad Bridge, 2017. Source: Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis American Indian CenterGrand Reopening and PowwowWednesday, May 110 AM (parade)11:30 AM - 2 PM (grand reopening)5 PM (community powwow)1530 E Franklin AvenueFreeHelp celebrate the newly renovated and expanded Minneapolis American Indian Center (MAIC) on May 1st! The festivities kick off at 10 am with a parade to mark the start of American Indian Month. The parade begins at Cedar Field Park (2500 Cedar Avenue) and ends at the Center, where a ribbon cutting will follow at 11:30 am. From 12 - 2 pm, the new space will be open for the community to view the facilities, meet staff, and participate in activities, including live performances by Keith Secola and the Sampson Brothers. Food will be available [...]

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