Check out this week’s upcoming events in Greater Longfellow and Minneapolis!
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Upcoming & Ongoing–
Almost Maine w/ Roosevelt High School Theater @ Roosevelt High School, 4029 S 28th Ave • Thursday, Nov 16 @ 7pm :: Friday, Nov 17 @ 7pm :: Saturday, Nov 18 @ 2pm & 7pm • Suggested donation of $5, pay as you are able, everyone welcome. Romantic comedy by John Cariani.
Check out this week’s movies at the Trylon Cinema and Riverview Theater!
Belle’s ToolBox @ 3400 42nd Ave S: November hours are Monday-Thursday 10am-Noon & 2-5pm • Come explore a space where parents/guardians/caregivers engage with their children in hands-on projects. We invite children, ages 3 and up, to discover the possibilities the ToolBox holds! Visits can be 20 minutes or up to an hour, so long as all are engaged and having fun (our limited space does not allow for stays to be longer). Our “Podners for Peas Learning Garden”, as inside, is an area for child/parent interaction. We look forward to seeing you! www.belles-toolbox.org
LOCATION: 3400 42nd Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55406
(If you walk, pedal your bike, or ride the bus, the garden thanks YOU!)
CONTACT: Lucy and Jen: 612-799-1482; firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, November 17
5th Birthday Special: Creative Journaling w/ Molly Anthony @ Junket: Tossed & Found, 4049 Minnehaha Ave. • 5:30-7:30pm • We’re hosting a special, extended creative journaling class to celebrate our birthday weekend! Artist Molly Anthony will offer more in-depth techniques in a longer time slot to bring reuse, art, and community to the forefront during our celebration of Junket’s 5 years!
When the going gets tough, art has a way of helping us reconnect our outside activities with our inner lives. Art is also a powerful metaphor for intentional living — in that if you don’t like what you see, you have the power to change it by taking a new approach. Of course, change isn’t always easy – and it often helps to have ongoing community support as we decide to edit and improve upon both life and art…
In this class, participants will each start with a book (something with some history and character to it – we’ll have an assortment on hand), and then focus on the creative process of layering materials onto existing pages, deciding what to keep and what becomes background, experimenting with different techniques and ways of playing with the things we have at our disposal – and we’ll do it together.
Molly Anthony: (find her on Instagram: @mkranthony) has been creating visual journals for nearly a dozen years, and she brings not only her personal experience, but also things she’s learned through active participation in an online community of artists with a shared affinity for this particular craft. Molly’s technique is one where literally nothing is wasted (making her a perfect fit with Junket’s intention of not throwing away good stuff). Molly’s role in this series will be to offer guidance on staying organized (functionally and thematically) so you can literally get creative on the bus or between coffee shop appointments, and then share some experimental techniques as all of us begin (or continue) working on our own journals.
What: Creative journaling class
When: Friday, November 17, 5:30-7:30PM
Where: Junket: Tossed & Found
Heart Has Its Seasons – Grateful Dead Tribute @ The Hook and Ladder Theater, 3010 Minnehaha Ave. • Doors 7pm :: Music 8pm :: 21+ $7 Advance / $10 Day of Show • Heart Has It’s Seasons A Grateful Dead Tribute Featuring Shotgun Ragtime Band with Camile Baudoin (The Radiators), Winterland, & JFLAD & Friends
A night packed full of Grateful Dead tunes, jams & stories with many special guests and sit-ins!
“Take Back Your Power” documentary w/ Transition Longfellow @ Living Table Church, 3805 E 40th Street (Corner of 38th Ave & 40th St) • Potluck 6:30; movie 7pm • Looking at the rise of smart meters, used by utilities to remotely monitor home and business electrical use. (According to its website, Xcel has begun using these meters in Boulder, Colorado, but is not yet using them in Minneapolis.) The film provides evidence of in-home surveillance and privacy invasion, increased utility bills, health and environmental harm, home fires, and susceptibility for hacking. It also offers strategies citizens can use to prevent this technology from being installed. (For more information about the InPower movement, visit https://inpowermovement.com/.)
Tap Room Grand Opening Night One! @ Urban Forage Winery and Cider House, 3016 E Lake St • 7pm • It’s the newly redone taproom Grand Opening! Join us for an evening of great drinks, music, and people as we honor and celebrate all the hard work Urban Forage has done to get their new taproom up and running.
Old Guys Play the Blues @ Riverview Café, 3753 42nd Ave. S. • 8:30pm • Dr. Clark and Brown Ale Amborn will once again regale listeners with their songs of hard living, jail time, bad women, and whiskey with a chaser of salvation.
Boom Steve V & the Knockouts @ Schooner Tavern, 2901 27th Ave. S. • 9pm • Hard hitting blues band that likes to get the audience on the dance floor with its good time boogie, swing and funk.
Family Story Time for Babies, Toddlers, & Preschoolers @ East Lake Library, 2727 E Lake St. 10:15-10:45am
Baby Story Time for Toddlers @ East Lake Library, 2727 E Lake St. 11:15-11:45am
Kilt and Corset Night @ Merlin’s Rest Pub, 3601 E Lake St, All night! Get in the spirit of your heritage by wearing your Tartan. Or if the mood strikes, why not a corset? This gathering takes place every Friday!
Saturday, November 18
Made in Cuba/Hecho en Cuba, Cuban Art Exhibit Opening Reception @ Squirrel Haus Arts, 3450 Snelling Ave. 3-11pm • Squirrel Haus Arts will become a mini-version of Havana’s famed Fábrica del Arte Cubano (Cuban Art Factory), with Cuban music and movies, snacks and drinks, as well as the many forms of art present throughout the show. The exhibit’s regular hours will be 12 to 5pm. Friday, Saturday and Sundays from November 19 – January 14, 2018 This is a free event, open to the public.
MADE IN CUBA/Hecho en Cuba: Recycling Memory & Culture, II. will show at Squirrel Haus Arts, 3450 Snelling Avenue in Minneapolis from November 18, 2017 – January 14, 2018.
Longfellow Park’s New Playground Community Open House @ Longfellow recreation Center, 3435 36th Ave. S. 10am-Noon • Drop in anytime • Help provide feedback on the design of the new playground. Review community input from the first engagement event in October • Share your thoughts on initial ideas for new playground equipment. • Use a working model of playground equipment to explore various configurations and combinations. Everyone is welcome!
Community Workshop: Fall Syrup Making @ The Medicine Tree Herbal Pharmacy, Acupuncture and Massage Clinic, 3708 E 34th St. @ 2pm • Learn how to make herbal syrups filled with amazing plant allies-perfect for boosting your body for winter! Donation based workshop- All are welcome!
Taste of Longfellow @ Urban Forage Winery and Cider House, 3016 E Lake St. • Noon • Try a sampler of the best restaurants in the Longfellow neighborhood all in one place. We’re featuring 5 entrees from 5 local restaurants that pair well with our cider as a part of our grand opening celebration! So far we will be featuring momos from Himalayan, chicken tamales from Sonora Grill and pappadum from Gandhi Mahal. More to be announced as we confirm them. Sorry- there are no gluten-free or vegan alternatives at this event. GF and V sampling events to come in the near future. If tickets remain, tickets will be for sale at the door for $15.
Tap Room Grand Opening Night Two @ Urban Forage Winery and Cider House, 3016 E Lake St. • Noon • Our second night of grand opening. Taste of Longfellow (ticketed) from 12-2, winery tours at 3, 4 and 5, and a free show by Eastern European folk/punk sensation SlovCzech at 7! Drink specials all day and night! We are open!
SLOVCZECH in URBAN FORAGE WINERY @ Urban Forage Winery and Cider House, 3016 E Lake St.• 7pm • Well, well SLOVCZECH is back on track with a new fiddler! We still make a good folkrock noise my friends!
The April Fools CD Release at The Hook @ The Hook and Ladder Theater & Lounge, 3010 Minnehaha Ave. 8:30pm • Doors 8:30pm :: Music 9pm :: 21+ $9 Advance :: $12 Day of Show • The April Fools – CD Release “Colorwheel” with special guests Rich Mattson & The Northstars AND The Magnolias! Saturday, November 18, 2017 The Hook and Ladder Theater Tickets On-Sale, Friday October 20, at Noon **SPECIAL BONUS**: Every paid admission will receive a FREE COPY of “Colorwheel”. We call that a no-brainer – a fantastic evening of music and a FREE CD to take home! Join The April Fools in celebrating their 2nd release; “Colorwheel”, and their first on Blackberry Way Records. Also performing full sets for this “Best of November” party are Rich Mattson and The Northstars AND The Magnolias! That’s right! What a killer line-up for a great evening of MN music. The April Fools’ self-released, self-titled debut in 2015 enjoyed airplay on over 140 radio stations across the US and Canada, including 90.3 KFAI and 89.3 The Current in the Twin Cities. Come out and see why many call The April Fools “the best-kept secret in town.” They hit the stage at 9:00 sharp, followed by Rich Mattson and The Northstars, and the mighty Magnolias. Boom!
Women’s Daylong: Wisdom Rising in Minneapolis, MI @ Common Ground Meditation Center, 2700 E 26th @ 9:30am-4pm • Please join Spring Washam for a beautiful day long for self-identified women on Saturday. DESCRIPTION: FEMININE WISDOM IS ON THE RISE AND YET MANY OF US FEEL HELD BACK FROM EXPRESSING OUR DEEPEST TRUTH. WE EACH HAVE A UNIQUE COMBINATION OF ENLIGHTENED QUALITIES THAT NATURALLY EXPRESS THEMSELVES. THIS DAYLONG IS DESIGNED TO HELP US WAKE UP AND FAN THOSE FLAMES.
5th Birthday Special: Daily Deals on Saturday, Nov. 18! @ Junket: Tossed & Found, 4049 Minnehaha Ave. 11am • We’re celebrating Junket’s 5th birthday with daily deals beginning on Thursday, Nov. 16! You’ll get discounts of various products throughout the day, so check out the event page for each day’s specials. Here’s the rundown for Saturday, Nov. 18: 11a-1p: Select AP photos $2 each 1-4p: 20% off salvaged page prints 4-7p: 20% off kitchenwares PLUS, you’ll get $5 off any purchase of $25 or more through Sunday, Nov. 19! xo, junket
Junket’s Fifth Birthday! @ Junket: Tossed & Found, 4049 Minnehaha Ave. Sat 11am • Help us celebrate the shop’s fifth birthday! We’ll have extra donuts, food and beverages, and plenty of fun! We’ll party during regular shop hours, 11a-7p, with a variety of deals. Then, from 7-10PM, the party will move to 21+, with drinks served by Chowgirls Killer Catering and food generously provided by Parkway Pizza Longfellow, Gandhi Mahal Restaurant- Minneapolis MN, Mel-O-Glaze Bakery, and more! Beginning Thursday, Nov. 16, we’ll have daily deals all the way through Sunday, Nov. 19, plus we’ll be offering $5 off any purchase of $25 for more from 11/16-11/9. There’ll even be some surprises before then, so keep your eyes on our FB page. Thanks for your support! Eager to see and celebrate with you.
5th Birthday Special: Button Making at Junket! @ Junket: Tossed & Found, 4049 Minnehaha Ave. 1-4pm • Swing by the shop for a button making party with FOJ (Friend of Junket) Mike A as party of our 5th birthday weekend celebrations! While this is a free event, Mike will accept tips of foreign currency of any value, small bills in non consecutive US dollars, flirty looks from across the room, a beer, trinkets that may or may not be haunted, a quality hug, or food. Willing to barter for interesting craft supplies, and art. May refuse service to Donny downers, or persons who abuse the arbitrary rules at that given moment. We’re celebrating Junket’s 5th birthday all weekend long, with special deals and events beginning on Thursday, 11/16! Check our event page for details. xo, junket
Minneapolis Sound 2.0 Night 2 – Performances and Dance Party @ The Hook and Ladder Theater & Lounge, 3010 Minnehaha Ave. • Minneapolis Sound 2.0 is a two-night music event and fundraiser at two Minneapolis venues.
It’s a music workshop with local musicians serving as guest instructors on the first night followed by an evening of performances featuring North Minneapolis community leaders on night two. The event will be raising funds for Hopewell Music Cooperative North, a non-profit music school. Night two of the event will take place at The Hook and Ladder Theater. It’s a night of performances, dance party, and religious revival.
North High dance teacher Tamiko French has put together a crew of dancers (known as Legacy Arts Collective), who will be performing dances to Prince songs. Prominent North Minneapolis community organizer and hip-hop artist Farr Well will be joining Mitchel Peterr and special guests for a hip-hop performance.
The event will mark the debut of Bobby Kahn’s House Of Funk, which is a hybrid combination of performance art, DJ set, motivational speech, and religious revival. Kahn will send his message of love, positivity, and funkiness to the place where he feels it is best received: the dance floor. He will be joined for the performance by dancers and hype-women Rikyrah Snow and Tiza White. Performances by Bobby Kahn’s House Of Funk (with Rikyrah Snow & Tiza White) Mitchel Peterr & Farr Well (with special guests) Legacy Arts Collective Sponsored by The Lotus Uptown Bring some extra cash, there will be lots of cool raffle prizes from local businesses and artists, with all proceeds going directly to Hopewell! More info on the event can be found here http://www.chosenbythefunk.com/articles/2017/10/8/chosen-by-the-funk-presents-minneapolis-sound-20-a-fundraiser-for-hopewell-music-cooperative-north
Cranksgiving Twin Cities 2017 @ Peace Coffee Shop-Wonderland, 3262 Minnehaha Ave. 2pm • Cranksgiving is a food drive on two wheels. Part bike ride, part food drive, and part scavenger hunt. All you need is a bike, a bag, and a lock! All donations to benefit the Joyce Food Shelf. Ride starts and ends at Peace Coffee.
Yoga w/Nicholas at Powderhorn Park Community Ctr. @ Powderhorn Park South Minneapolis, 9:30am • Yoga Fusion: In this class we take the familiar structure of yoga and turn our attention towards our alignment with Pilates inspired exercises and terminology. My aim in this Vinyasa class is to adapt to the needs and limitations of the students, while continuing to offer advancements for those ready for a greater challenge. All are welcome!
¡Pies for Puerto Rico! @ The Exchange Minneapolis, 10 S 5th St. #B100 • 11am • Pies, Pies, PIES! Pies for your autumn celebrations, pies for your family dinners, pies just because pies are delicious! All kinds of pies all for donations that will support the hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico!
After two hurricanes hit the island in a one-month period much of the island is destroyed and a majority is still without power. With limited US governmental aid being given it is up to all of us, Puerto Ricans and allies alike, to help our people survive, thrive and rebuild. We are asking for folks in the community to donate pies for this fundraiser AND to come out and purchase pies too. You can make the pies, buy the pies, whatever! They can be sweet pies, savory pies, meat pies, vegetarian or vegan pies, gluten free pies, diabetic sensitive pies, whatever! We’ll be adding to this list but so far pies included will be:
• Pastelillos (meat, veggie & sweet)
• Mango Strawberry Crisp (gluten-free)
• Caramel Apple Pie
• Pumpkin Pie
• Pecan Pie
• Mini Veggie Pot Pies
AND SO MUCH MORE! All pies will be sold whole and by the pound! We may also do by the slice. We’ll have pie boxes available to bring your pies home in and will even gift wrap them, if you like!
PIE DONATIONS: Please contact Billy at email@example.com or post here if you would like to donate pies. Please make sure that all ingredients are on each and every pie donated and they are covered in clear plastic wrap or in a large, clear zip lock bag so folks can see your amazing creations. Your donations will be so appreciated in this fundraising effort! All donations will go to Coalición de Boricuas en Minnesota, a newly formed non-profit that is one of the groups doing direct aid work for the island, collecting goods in many spots across the state. As a newly formed organization, they have a fiscal agent, Impact Lives. You can donate to the Coalicion in the following manner (and, yes, it´s a few steps so please bear with us).
Go to this web page: http://www.impactlives.org/donate/52-support-an-event.html Fill out the donor information. At the bottom of the ¨Select your event¨select the ¨Puerto Rico Hurricane Support Relief¨ in the Comment Box, write ¨Coalicion de Boricuas en Minnesota¨. Because it is a donation to a 501c3, our fiscal agent, donations are tax deductible.
Patrice Johnson: Demonstrations and Book Signing! @ Ingebretsen’s Nordic Marketplace, 1601 E Lake St. • 10am • Patrice Johnson has been cooking, blogging, and teaching Swedish traditional foods, New Nordic cuisine, and Nordic fusion food for years. She’s been an entertaining teacher and presenter at Ingebretsen’s. Now, Patrice can add “cookbook author” to her long list of accomplishments.
Her book, Jul: Swedish American Holiday Traditions, is newly released and we are very pleased to present Patrice to talk about her book and sign copies. Patrice will talk about her work and demonstrate rolling and making Lucia buns from 10 to 11:30. And she’ll be signing her book from 11:30 to 1. For more instore events, visit or website here: https://www.ingebretsens.com/events/in-store-events
Do It Green!: 12th Annual Green Gifts Fair Shop @ Midtown Global Market, 920 E Lake St. • 10am-5pm for all of your green gifts in one place! Celebrate Green for All and have a low waste holiday season! Shop among 80+ local, eco-friendly artists and businesses; enjoy music and workshops, educational passport and prizes, and many green living demos in multiple languages. The Green Gifts Fair is a fun, family-friendly event with an estimated attendance of 5,000.
A $1 donation will be accepted at the doors. Visit www.doitgreen.org for more details.
Sunday, November 19
Yoga w/Darshan @ CANDO, 3715 Chicago Ave • 10am • FREE • Free Yoga class every Sunday morning at a relaxed pace for all skill levels – mats provided, or, bring your own. Darshan started doing yoga when he decided to take a long hiatus from a 12 year long competitive swimming career. He started taking classes for 6 years under Dr.S.N.Omkar, a student of BKS Iyengar – father of Iyengar Yoga and fell in love with it instantly. He was practicing Yoga while he was going through swim coach certification process and that is when I realized and learnt how important yoga is to any form of physical activity. Yoga helps overall development and healing of the body.
DeGentrifier Series: Solidarity Day! @ Cafe SouthSide, 3405 Chicago Ave. • 10am • After our Nov 12 Kickoff, we want to show that New City takes DeGentrifying seriously. One of the ways we do that is not just talking the talk but walking the walk.
So! On Nov 19, we will show that we are in solidarity with our community by worshipping in RARE Productions, an important community space on the second floor above Cafe Southside. We have been invited by Roxanne Anderson, an amazing leader in the neighborhood.
Through working with the LGBTQ+ community, Roxanne helps to make sure that our neighborhood can stay diverse, safe, and green–the vision of the New City our church is named after. All of the money that we collect that day will go towards the MN Transgender Health Coalition, which Roxanne helps to lead. Refreshments and childcare fo’ free!
Roxanne Anderson: Roxanne Anderson is a community activist who has been working for social justice in the LGBTQ community for more than 15 years. In 2013, Roxanne won OutFront Minnesota’s Legacy Award, which honors an individual who has demonstrated long-term commitment to equality for LGBTQ Minnesotans. In 2014, as Associate Director of Trans Organizing at OutFront, Roxanne worked with staff and community members to raise awareness and support for the Minnesota High School League’s policy which allows trans student athletes to play on teams that match the gender they live every day. Roxanne was also involved with the Minneapolis Transgender Issues Workgroup, which raised awareness and support for a Minneapolis City Council resolution, making restroom access for transgender people easier and safer. Roxanne is the former Director of the Minnesota Transgender Health Coalition and the Exchange where they helped run the shot clinic and needle exchange program. Roxanne is also the co-owner of Café Southside and co-founder and director of RARE Productions, a multimedia arts and entertainment company focusing on producing and promoting queer artists of color.
Mother Goose’s Bedtime Stories presents: Cirque du so Goose @ Seward Community Cafe, 2129 E Franklin Ave. • Doors at 7:30pm :: Show at 8pm • $5-$10 dollar suggested donation • Hello again my gooslings! After El Palacio de los Muertos’ raw and emotional energy, I am sure missing Vector 9 and its everlasting disco circus. Do not get me wrong, what we experienced last installment was absolutely beautiful! I am so glad we experienced that together! I just need to level it with some sort of celebration.
So I present to you, Cirque du so Goose! A big gay night of laughs, beauty, and community! This show is also dedicated to E.G. Nelson and all the past Cirque du so Gay, the name, and the vibe of that event. (For those of you who know about that big gay bike event, it isn’t dead, but will not be happening this year.)
This month we have Music from: Sass – https://sassmpls.bandcamp.com/ – Check out their amazing new EP – Wet Paint LOTT – http://www.thehomesteadrecords.com/lott – Peep this Radio K session, it’s aboslutely stunning stuff. http://www.radiok.org/instudios/lott-otr/ Brent Penny – Incredible solo project of Brent Pennington, one of the Daddy MPLS curators and organizers. Gem – Ethereal Wave/ Dream pop Knifecat – debut of experimental drum project by David S. Kowalczyk Comedy from: Rana May – co-organizer of the fantastic monthly comedy show with lineups of women, GLBTQ+ comics and POC, PSSY CTRL. Twitter: @rana_May Dena Denny – Videographer turned comedian or comedian turned videographer? Check out her incredible sketch comedy work as Lipstick Mustache ft. past favorites of the goose, such as Kristen Pitchette and Boy Kisses Comedy’s Robert Fones Instagram: dena_denny Amanda Costner – Comedic songs about being a lesbian, among other things. Self proclaimed LBGT redneck. Perfomances by: Taja Will – Dance and performance for the end of the world by an Earth bruja Big Gay Mexican – Entertainer EXTRAordinaire Sonja Johanson – They are beauty, they are grace. I AM BEYOND EXCITED! – The Real Mother Goose
Monday, November 20
K-12 Homework Help @ East Lake Library, 2727 E Lake St. • 3:30-7:30pm
The Booze Brothers: A Boozy Tribute to The Blue Brothers @ Hi-Lo Diner, 4020 E Lake St. • 7pm • We’re getting the band back together! Faces from Copper And Kings American Brandy Company, Tattersall Distilling, and Hi-Lo Diner are joining forces for ONE NIGHT ONLY to put together a boozy tribute to The Blues Brothers. Blue’s Brothers inspired cocktails, a boozy sloshy, and punch on the patio, along with good music and great people!
This night is a charitable event. $1 from every cocktail sold will be donated by Hi-Lo Diner to Bartender Extraordinaire, Henry Polsfuss who recently suffered a ruptured Achilles Tendon, and has been laid up for far too long!
Our Booze Brothers Crew:
Daniel Guerrrero – Hi-Lo Diner
Ryan Barrott- Hi-Lo Diner
Bret Denison of Tattersall Distilling
Patrick Orlopp – Copper And Kings American Brandy Company
(You may remember the crew from the infamous ‘Milkshake Emporium’ last year)
Tuesday, November 21
K-12 Homework Help @ East Lake Library, 2727 E Lake St. 3:30-7:30pm
Winter Lotion Making Workshop @ The Medicine Tree Herbal Pharmacy, Acupuncture and Massage Clinic, 3708 E 34th St. • 4pm • Learn how to make a lotion that is soothing and helps bring warmth during the cooler months ahead. Cost: $15 Class includes samples to take home!
Wednesday, November 22
King Kustom and The Cruisers @ Schooner Tavern, 2901 27th Ave S. • 7:30pm • What better way to spend the night before Thanksgiving. Get your Mojo on with the Batson brothers leading the charge!
Free Music Wednesdays: Little Fevers featuring Lucy Michell @ The Hook and Ladder Theater & Lounge, 3010 Minnehaha Ave. • Doors 6pm :: Happy Hour 6-8pm ($1 OFF) :: Music 7pm :: 21+ :: FREE • Free Music Wednesdays Fair State Brewing Cooperative Supports Little Fevers featuring Lucy Michell
Every 4th Wednesday, October thru December Little Fevers Little Fevers is a sweet and crunchy amalgamation of pop rock. Invoking the playfulness of bands like Pavement and the Violent Femmes, and vocal textures of idols such as Peter Gabriel and The Microphones to form something all their own.
Thursday, November 23
Wobble Before You Gobble- Thanksgiving Morning Zumba! @ Tapestry Folkdance Center, 3748 Minnehaha Ave. • 9pm • So thankful for another opportunity to get our Zumba on! What’s a better way to start out your Turkey Day than with a little dance! Come wobble before you gobble! This will be a fun filled 90min Zumba event on Thanksgiving morning.
Exciting guest instructors joining me: Bernice Arias, Keri Ann, Dee Flow and Darryl Sellers! Come dance, shake and sweat those calories away! Then you can go home and chow on all the Thanksgiving goodies! Invite your friends and family to come dance with us! Share the Zumba Love! **Only $5.00**