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    Monday Sep 25 - Oct 27 @ 7:00 AM
Pumpkin Pancakes are Back!
Edina Grill – Pumpkin Pancakes. The end.
 
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    Monday Sep 25 @ 9:00 AM
Inside-Out Revolutionary Weight Loss Program
Northwestern Health Sciences University – Have you ever wondered why you and so many others have struggled to keep the weight off after working so hard to lose it? Join us now in this forming class to understand why. For decades, the diet industry has offered a host of programs, all well intended, to help people lose weight to lead a happier, healthier life. Unfortunately, these programs have missed the mark, only to see their clients gain back the weight. The Inside-Out Revolutionary Weight Loss Program is the program that offers the missing link in the weight loss industry. This is the one program that understands the key to success in weight loss maintenance is to uncover the long time unconscious habits of how you relate to food. In this 12-week program, participants will gain insights in those blind spots that have kept them stuck in the weight loss weight gain merry-go-round, resulting in success for life. The small group setting lends itself to trust, open sharing, peer support, accountability, and relationship building. Details: 12 small group sessions, $598 ($498 early bird special still available). Or six sessions for $449 ($398 group members only discount). Registration is open now, with classes expected to start the week of Sept. 25.
 
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    Monday Sep 25 @ 9:30 AM
FFA Warehouse Sale 2017!
Fare For All – The Fare For All Monday Warehouse Sale will be open on Monday, September 25th from 9:30am - 7:00pm. We are located at The Food Group (formerly EFN) Warehouse, 8501 54th Ave N in New Hope. Our warehouse sale is different from our express sites! In addition to our packs, we have a variety of a la carte frozen meat, fresh produce, and pantry items for sale. Fare For All Express accepts Cash, Credit, Debit and EBT at all of our sites, please no paper checks. Fare For All is open to everyone, there are no income or residential restrictions. Visit our FB page for more information or go to our website and sign up for email reminders. http://www.fareforall.org/
 
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    Monday Sep 25 @ 11:00 AM
Make and Take
MCTC Student Life – LOCATION: T SKYWAY Take a break to de-stress and get crafty with Student Life! Stop by the T Skyway any time between 11a and 1p to decorate a wood photo block.
 
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    Monday Sep 25 - Nov 2 @ 11:30 AM
Kettlebell Bootcamp
Northwestern Health Sciences University – Join us for a total body workout combining kettlebells, bodyweight exercises, plyo boxes,balance balls and free weights! The moves in this class will get your heart rate going and will encourage all-over toning, sculpting and fat burning. Helpful tips on diet to support fat burning will be included. All levels and ages welcome. Cost:12 classes for $195. About the instructor: Sharon Nelson received her health coaching certification from one of the most respected nutrition schools in the world, the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. In addition she has a B.S. in psychology and addictions counseling with over 25 years of training in the Three Principles Psychology. Sharon’s extensive background in kettlebell training and certifications started in 2003.
 
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    Monday Sep 25 @ 12:00 PM
Minneapolis VA Education Day: Keynote Speaker Fred de Sam Lazaro
Minneapolis VA Health Care System – ABOUT THE EVENT Save the date for Minneapolis VA Education Day, keynote address "The Solution Providers: Portraits of Caring in a World of Turmoil" by Fred de Sam Lazaro. Everyone is welcome to join us at the Minneapolis VA medical center to celebrate and learn more about the impact the VA makes on future health care professionals. SCHEDULE Monday, September 25 Noon in the auditorium: Keynote Following the keynote: Excellence in Education Awards Throughout event on 2nd floor balcony: poster session highlighting the variety of training programs at Minneapolis VA ABOUT OUR GUEST SPEAKER Fred de Sam Lazaro is executive director of the Under-Told Stories Project, a program that combines international journalism and teaching at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. He has served with PBS NewsHour since 1985 and was a regular contributor and substitute anchor for PBS’ Religion and Ethics Newsweekly. He also has directed films from India and the Democratic Republic of Congo for the acclaimed documentary series, Wide Angle. Fred has reported from 62 countries: from Haiti to sub-Saharan Africa to south Asia, he has focused on stories that are under-reported in the mainstream U.S. media. In addition to regularly covering AIDS, public health concerns, development issues and social entrepreneurship, he led the first American crew to report on the crisis in Sudan’s Darfur region. Fred is the recipient of two honorary doctorates, numerous journalism awards and media fellowships from the Kaiser Family Foundation and the University of Michigan. He is a trustee at the College of St. Scholastica, in Duluth, MN, his alma mater. He serves on the board of Minnpost, an online non-profit Minnesota based news service and also has served on the boards of the Asian American Journalists Association and the Children’s Law Center of Minnesota. Fred was born in Bangalore, India and lives in St. Paul. He is married and has three children.
 
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    Monday Sep 25 @ 12:30 PM
What Should We Do About Confederate Monuments?
Terrence J. Murphy Institute for Catholic Thought, Law, and Public Policy – In the past few decades, many countries have confronted the difficult issue of public commemorations of troubling histories. Germany consciously obliterated any public spaces that might become rallying points for Neo-Nazi’s, while offering a myriad of innovative (and sometimes controversial) monuments to victims of the Holocaust. The destruction of statues of dictators such as Saddam Hussein in Iran, and Lenin, Stalin, and other Communist dictators, were triumphant rallying points in the regime changes in Iran and Eastern Europe. Hungary made the conscious decision not to destroy its Communist-era statutes, but to display them in an open-air museum, Szoborpark. The United States is now confronting its history of slavery, at a time when discussions of racial justice are particularly charged. How might the guiding principles that unite the University of St. Thomas community inform our responses to these challenges? Deans Yohuru Williams (College of Arts and Sciences) and Robert Vischer (School of Law) will tackle the complex issues presented in the national debate over the fate of Confederate Monuments in our next Hot Topics: Cool Talk program. Application has been made for a continuing-legal-education credit.
 
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    Monday Sep 25 @ 3:30 PM
Oakdale Express 2017!
Fare For All – Fare For All Express will be at Grace of God Lutheran Church, 420 Hayward Ave N in Oakdale, on Monday,September 25th from 3:30-5:30pm. We will have our Mega Meat packs ($25), Mini Meat packs ($11), Produce Packs ($10), and Combo Packs ($20). There is no need to pre-order, displays will be set up showing what is in the packs that day. If you join this event you will get a FB reminder! Please tell your friends... and invite them to save money too! Fare For All Express accepts Cash, Credit, Debit and EBT at all of our sites, please no paper checks. Fare For All is open to everyone, there are no income or residential restrictions. Visit our FB page for more information or go to our website and sign up for email reminders. http://www.fareforall.org/
 
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    Monday Sep 25 @ 4:30 PM
Heroes to Heroes-Israel is Serving US Military Veterans
Minnesota Hillel – Jewish National Fund and Minnesota Hillel invites you to see how Israel is helping U.S. veterans who suffer from PTSD, moral injury, and depression. Heroes to Heroes is an organization that provides American veterans with spiritual healing and peer support by taking the veterans on a journey to Israel. Veterans of the U.S. Army and U.S. Navy will share their journey to healing through the Heroes to Heroes partnership with JNF. Appetizers and light refreshments will be served.
 
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    Monday Sep 25 @ 5:00 PM
Monday Zumba Party w/ SMRT
SMRT - Sara MR Thompson – Join Sara MR Thompson with a Zumba® Party that is meant for all fitness levels! Cost: FREE to Unlimited Students, Use a Pay Per Class Punch or Pay $5 at the door! Bring: Gym shoes, water, towel & a friend! Where: The Loft at Studio J When: Monday, September 25, 2017 Time: Social 5 PM | Zumba Gold/Zumba 5:15 PM Contact Sara with Questions: www.sara111.zumba.com 612-812-8261 SMRT_FIT@yahoo.com
 
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    Monday Sep 25 - Nov 1 @ 5:15 PM
Fitness Over 40 Express Challenge
Northwestern Health Sciences University – Focus on posture, balance and strength, blended into fun circuits so you'll get a great workout! Unilateral training with free weights, bands and our own body weight, not machines! Class size limited to eight. Cost:12 classes for $195. About the instructor: Dr. Greg DeNunzio is certified as an Advanced Sports Performance Coach, through the U.S. Olympic Training Center and USA Weightlifting. He leads the Sweere Center for Clinical Biomechanics and Applied Ergonomics Lab.
 
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    Monday Sep 25 @ 5:30 PM
MPIRG Fall Kick-Off!
MPIRG - Minnesota Public Interest Research Group – Want to make positive change on issues in your community? Come join us on Monday, September 25th at 5:30PM in Coffman 303 for MPIRG's Fall Kick-Off meeting! You'll hear more about MPIRG, get connected with other students who care about environmental, social, and economic justice, and have some free pizza! MPIRG is a student-run, non-partisan, grassroots advocacy organization that empowers students to take collective action on issues they care about. Check out our website: www.mpirg.org
 
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    Monday Sep 25 @ 6:00 PM
Hans-Joachim Roedelius
Amsterdam Bar and Hall – $15 advance / $18 day of show Hans-Joachim Roedelius - also known as a co-founder of the groups Qluster, Cluster, Kluster, Harmonia and more. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hans-Joachim_Roedelius with Paris1919 is the quasi-collective musical group from producer/experimentalist/culture remixer Chris Strouth. The membership of the group can change a bit with each project or recording, but the current lineup seems to be working out quite nicely: Randall Davidson (cello), Mike Croswell (lapsteel), Drew Miller (bass), Tim Ritter (bass/electronics), Mykl Westbrooks (guitar), Eric White (drums) and Dave Russ (engineering), with Strouth conducting, arranging, and playing various and sundry instruments, primarily Ableton Live. Special guest for this piece is vocaliist Natalie Nowytzki
 
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    Monday Sep 25 @ 6:00 PM
Volunteer: TRW Interviews
St. Catherine University Alumnae/i – Alumnae volunteers are needed! St. Kate's students will interview alumnae as part of the introductory core curriculum course entitled The Reflective Woman, taken by all first-year students. Interview questions will vary, depending on the student you are paired with. Don't worry, there's nothing alumnae need to do to prepare for the interview, just be willing to talk about your life's journey with a Katie. Alumnae and students will have dinner together before the interviews. Sign up for one or more interview sessions at stkate.edu/trw-interviews. Interviews are also scheduled for September 26 & 30. 150 alumnae volunteers are needed! Free parking is available on campus after 5 p.m. Monday-Friday and on weekends.
 
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    Monday Sep 25 @ 6:00 PM
Leveling Up Dreamland (9/25): a biweekly Smash N64 Tournament
Level Up Games - South Saint Paul – Level Up is excited to welcome the Smash N64 community every other Monday in our dedicated gaming space! Come join your fellow retro Smash enthusiasts in a double-elimination slaughterfest, all on Whispy Woods's watch! Entry is $10, with $5 going towards the venue and $5 going towards the prize pot. For events with fewer than 8 players, 1st place gets 66% of the prize pot, where 2nd place gets 33%. For more than 8 players, Top 3 get paid out in 60/30/10 fashion. Ruleset: http://pastebin.com/Gyy8ttEg
 
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    Monday Sep 25 @ 6:00 PM
Young Americans Self Defense Registration
Morris Martial Arts
 
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    Monday Sep 25 @ 6:00 PM
Date Night - Every Monday
Day Block Brewing Company – Treat that special someone (or anyone really!) to a delicious night out in Downtown Minneapolis. Each Monday night, Day Block Brewing hosts Date Night- a happy hour special where $35 gets you a lot for just a little! --$35-- • 6 Beer Flight -OR- Select Bottle of Wine • • Large Salad to Share • • Any Large Pizza • -- Free Parking: Day Block Brewing is located in Downtown Minneapolis just off Washington Avenue and 11th Avenue. Free lot parking is available onsite and across the street in Valspar lot (see link below) and paid metered parking is available surrounding the building https://www.dayblockbrewing.com/location
 
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    Monday Sep 25 @ 6:30 PM
Ward 7 Candidate Forum: Local Climate, Housing, & Energy Justice
MN350: Building a Climate Movement in Minnesota – What will Minneapolis prioritize and prepare for over the next four years? Come listen to candidates seeking to represent Ward 7 in of Minneapolis as they answer questions about the Minneapolis’ first-in-the-Nation Clean Energy Partnership and our local energy future in ways which unite multiple important voter concerns including housing issues, climate action, economic justice, racial equity, and workforce development for clean energy jobs. In addition to prepared questions, there will be time for audience questions and informal post-forum conversation. Co-hosted by Community Power (formerly Minneapolis Energy Options) and MN350 who have been hosting a series similar Q & A forums at the Ward and Mayoral level. If you are not able to make this particular evening, help us spread the word to build up attendance, and encourage our next local elected leaders to provide strong, visionary leadership! http://www.communitypowermn.org/ward_forums **Community Power & MN350 do NOT endorse candidates. The purpose of these events is to highlight the importance and connectedness of local energy issues, and give a platform for residents to educate themselves about what city candidates plan to work on and prioritize over the next four years**
 
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    Monday Sep 25 - Sep 26 @ 6:30 PM
Team Night!
Substance Church – Come out to one of our Team Nights to celebrate what God has done, hear insider updates, and gear up for this exciting season of ministry! Northtown: Monday, 9/25 6:30-8:30pm (Childcare provided) Downtown: Tuesday, 9/26 6:30-8:30pm
 
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    Monday Sep 25 @ 6:30 PM
Handbag Bingo!
Spring Lake Park Lions Club #00584 – Join us at Sticks and Stones for Handbag Bingo! We will be giving each and every one of our lucky winners an AUTHENTIC handbag/ and or accessories from Coach, Michael Kors and Kate Spade. Each game will pay out a value of up to $225 in merchandise!! If you are the sole winner of a bingo you will choose a handbag valued at $150 to $225. If there are 2 winners you each choose a handbag valued $75 to $125. if there are 3 or more winners they will split cash of $150.00 The Spring Lake Park Lions Lic #00584 will be hosting this event and playing a total of 13 games at $2 per game. Admission packet sales will start at 5:45PM. Admission packets are $26, and additional packet will be available to be purchased for $4. Must be 18 years of age to play, every bingo player is required to purchase an admission packet to daub paper. No children are allowed to play. This event is not sponsored nor connected with Coach or Michael Kors or Kate Spade.