HEALING WATERS QIGONG
Healing Waters Qigong now meets in the Lake Hiawatha Park Building. "Improve your health, increase energy, connect with community and learn how to activate healing from within in this weekly drop in class. Come in person or join online," urge organizers. Walk in or register through Minneapolis Parks at 612-370-4930. Wednesdays, 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
ELECTRIC ORGAN RECITAL JAN. 8
Mount Olive Music and Fine Arts presents Katelyn Emerson in an eclectic organ recital on the 55-rank Schlicker organ at Mount Olive. Organist, lecturer, and pedagogue Katelyn Emerson, hailed as “one of the world’s most promising organists” (Listvinafélag Hallgrimskirkju, Iceland), is internationally renowned for performances throughout North America, Europe, and Asia that are “thrilling from beginning to end” and that showcase repertoire from the 14th – 21st centuries with “impressive technical facility and musicianship” (Cleveland Classical). The recital takes place at 4 p.m., on Sunday, January 8, 2023, at Mount Olive Lutheran Church, 3045 Chicago Avenue South, Minneapolis. This event is free and open to the public.
PUBLIC SAFETY MEETING DEC. 13
The next Ward 11 Public Safety Meeting is on Dec.13 from 7-8:30 p.m. at Pearl Park Recreation Center (414 E Diamond Lake Rd, MN 55419). Agenda items for include, but are not limited to, an introduction to the new Chief of Police, Brian O'Hara, and an update on Operation Endeavor.
LBA ANNUAL LUNCHEON DEC. 7
The Longfellow Business Association annual Holiday Luncheon will be on Wednesday, Dec. 7 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Legacy Building. Catering by Official Fried Chicken and fresh juice from The Dripping Root Juice Bar. Hear year-end highlights and what's coming in 2023, plus information from the the city’s Homeless Response Team. Plus connect with other local businesses. The Legacy Building, located at 46th and Minnehaha, is owned by Emmanuel and Sarah Duncan. As a Black owned space for artistic creativity and collaboration, their mission is to provide a safe space for artists to create, while offering free programs, networking events and artist workshops. More at www.longfellowbusinessassociation.org
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