Gain some hands-on experience while exploring your creative side as you learn and craft with local artists in this maker series. This class, offered by Edina Community Education, gives participants opportunities to learn card making, charcuterie board creation, assembling modern jewelry and more. All Ages. $25-$49. Edina Community Center, 5701 Normandale Road; Registration required and opens August 17th. Classes start September 7th. For more information or to register, visit edina.ce.eleyo.com and search Edina Maker Series or call 952.848.3952 Read more about Edina Community Education offers opportunities to get creative.
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Connect with nature at home with your children by registering for the Arboretum’s Nature Journal Academy: Looking for Lichen. This online class will be a great way to get your children excited about the bloom of spring. Ages 5–12 and their special adult. arboretum.umn.edu Read more about Virtual Nature Journal Academy with the Arboretum
This networking event for Edina business owners is a great way to connect with other local small to medium sized businesses. Registration required. $20 Member, $25 non-member. The Hilltop, 5101 Arcadia Ave.; 952.806.9060; edinachamber.com Read more about Sunrise Edina Business Breakfast
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Representative John Lewis, a civil rights activist who fought alongside Dr. King called on all Americans to get in the fight and stay in the fight. In this program, influential Black leaders discuss their groundbreaking work: delivering innovative solutions all the while challenging activists and allies alike to get in and stay in the fight for racial equity. Read more about Staying in the Fight
From Dr. King to Kamala Harris, Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) produce Black American leaders and legends who advance our society. This panel discussion will explore the origin story of HBCUs, how they are critical to the health of our communities, and how local civil rights leaders like Roy Wilkins and Marvel Cook advocated for HBCUs in the North. Read more about HBCU Legacy of Leadership
How does Dr. King’s message regarding “creative maladjustment” relate to generations of institutional racism faced by African Americans? Three local leaders explore how Black Minnesotans have refused to normalize injustice and inequality and are responding today with action, innovation, and persistence. Read more about Acting on Dr. King’s Call
Edina residents can recycle their pumpkins at the free Pumpkin Smash & Bash from 3 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 4, at Countryside Park. The event will feature a pumpkin-rolling contest, and then attendees can smash and bash their pumpkin and toss it into piles of compost. Winners of the rolling contest from each time slot will get to have their pumpkins dropped from an Edina Fire truck unless an emergency arises that requires a response from the department. Composted pumpkins will help grow even more pumpkins next year!
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11:00am - 2:00pm