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Upcoming Southwest High School Performing Arts Events

Southwest High School presents Our Town.

Jan. 21,22,23 &24
7 p.m.
in the Black Box Theater

Tickets are $5 for students and $10 for adults

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Hot Notes on a Cold Night

Sat., Feb. 7
7 p.m.
St. Mary’s Greek Orthodox Church (3450 Irving Ave S)

Don’t miss the best party of the year in support of Southwest High School’s exceptional performing arts programs. Hot Notes on a Cold Night Cabaret features student entertainers, fun with friends old and new, and dancing to our award-winning Jazz Big Band! We have great auction items too, two summer vacations: a week in a beautiful cabin Up North, and a week in a beautiful cabin/condo in Steamboat Springs. And then restaurant certificates, Twins tickets and theatre opportunities galore.

Buy your tickets today! $35 in advance, $50 at the door. Choose one of two ways to register:

Register online: Click here or the button below. This method will streamline your check-in and check-out at the event. When prompted, you will:

  • Create a username and password,
  • Confirm your account & bidder profile
  • Purchase your tickets

OR, to order by mail with a check: Download and complete this form.
Mail to:
Hot Notes Tickets
c/o Sarah Linnes-Robinson
5433 Dupont Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55419

 

 

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FNA Meeting Minutes

Fulton Neighborhood Association Board Meeting Minutes 11/12/2014

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NRP Meeting Notes

Fulton Neighborhood Association NRP Committee Meeting Minutes 11/5/2014

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December 2014 Safety Report

December 2014 Safety Report

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Airport Noise Call to Action

Concerned about airplane noise? Councilmember Palmisano requests that you contact the MAC before their Dec. 15 meeting.

Ward 13 Council Member Linea Palmisano has recently released an updated newsletter regarding airport noise and the Runway Use System.  You can find the newsletter on her website at:

http://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/MPLS/bulletins/e09f4c?reqfrom=share

The newsletter is full of interesting information and details.  Please pay special attention to the “In Summary and how you can help” section at the end of the newsletter.  If you would like to help affect change, please consider writing a letter to you Metropolitan Airports Commissioner prior to Dec. 15.

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Holiday Safety Tips

The Minneapolis Police Department has released safety tips for your holiday shopping.

Please click here to view and download the safety tips.

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FNA Meeting Minutes

Fulton Neighborhood Association Board Meeting Minutes 10/8/2014

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NRP Meeting Notes

Fulton Neighborhood Association NRP Committee Meeting Minutes 10/1/2014

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November 2014 Safety Report

November 2014 Safety Report

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Hennepin County 2040 Draft Bicycle Plan

Hennepin County and Three Rivers Park District have worked together on updating a county-wide bicycle plan that reflects the growing use of cycling in the region. The Hennepin County 2040 Bicycle Transportation Plan emphasizes a safe and comfortable system that encourages “interested but concerned” bicyclists to bike for everyday trips. The draft plan would add 536 miles of bike lanes, protected bike lanes, cycle tracks, trails and shoulders to the existing 651-mile system. It reflects input gathered from more than 2,700 people, as well as cities and other stakeholders.

http://www.hennepin.us/bikeplan

Now the county and park district are seeking public comments on the plan before a revised version is brought before the county board of commissioners for approval early next year. The public comment period begins Monday, October 6 and runs through Friday, December 5. Please see the above link for more information on public meetings and how to submit comments.

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