submitted by email@example.com
Redeemer Lutheran Church and the Harrison Neighborhood Association invite everyone from throughout the Metro to the 15th Annual Block Party on Wednesday, August 16, 2017, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The celebration will be at Redeemer, 1800 Glenwood Avenue, Minneapolis. Join us for free, delicious foods, including produce from the community garden and fresh, homemade pizza from the Harrison neighborhood outdoor bread oven. Enjoy a wide variety of entertainment and activities for every age, all individuals, and entire families.
The “Annual Block Party brings neighbors together in an event that inspires and grows wonderful relationships and ongoing engagement among North Minneapolis neighbors and friends from surrounding communities,” says Kelly Chatman, Pastor of Redeemer Lutheran Church, which has been a vital part of the Harrison neighborhood for over 100 years and its non-profit partner, Redeemer Center for Life, has been active there nearly 20 years. “With our neighbors and partners, Redeemer offers attainable housing, health programs, and entrepreneurial opportunities that break the cycle of poverty and open a door to new possibilities, adds Chatman. “Together, we advance the vision of a beloved community, where everybody matters, each child is valued, and the world is a place of safety and belonging.”
Everyone is welcome to the 15th Annual Block Party on Wednesday evening, August 16! Bring an appetite and be ready for fun. Come; share in the vibrant relationships and life of the Harrison neighborhood and North Minneapolis.
For further information, contact Redeemer at 612-374-4139 or go to Redeemer’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/events/1869427966708081/
submitted by firstname.lastname@example.org
Ever wondered how the library creates digital collections? Have you heard about our institutional repository and wondered “what the heck is that” or “why should I care”? Then mark your calendar and stop by Lindell Library this Friday, August 11, between 3:00 and 5:00 p.m. Step inside our digitization lab and see how we preserve Auggie history through the ages. Learn all about Idun (ee-doon), Augsburg’s own institutional repository, and how you can use Idun to publish and disseminate everything from faculty books and articles to grad student theses to events such as convocations, theatrical productions, or musical performances. This is also your chance to meet the newest member of the library team, Stewart Van Cleve, Digital Archivist and Research Services Librarian.
Remember: that’s Friday, August 11, 3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Food and beverages will be served.