Summer Story Strolls

Join us this summer for a series of story strolls! Put on by FNA's Racial Equity Committee, Hennepin County Library, and Minneapolis Parks. May 16-18 🐝“The Thing about Bees”🐝 The theme of the story is  a tribute to the bees that pollinate the foods we love to eat. Children are introduced to different kinds of bees, "how not to get stung," and how the things we fear are often things we don't fully understand. Want to further the conversation? Check out this parent guide with more books and activities. Bonus: Join the Pershing Park Picnic on 5/18 after seeing the story stroll! Save the date for our upcoming story strolls, even of which will have a special event on one of the days! June 6-9: Last Stop on Market Street + Food Drive June 13-16: Are Your Stars Like My Stars + Cookies from a local bakery  July 11-14: My Heart Fills with Happiness

Story Stroll and Food Drive 6/6-6/9

Story Stroll Come take a stroll and read this “The Last Stop on Market Street.” The story is about appreciating differences, finding beauty all around us even in unlikely places, and helping out-being an active community member. Want to further the conversation? Check out this parent guide with more books and activities:https://bit.ly/laststopmarketstreet  Food Drive During this time we are also collecting food for the Aliveness Project. Drop off food inside the box at Pershing Park between 6/6-6/9. We will collect and drop off all donations on 6/10. Learn more about The Aliveness Project and see “in kind giving” on this page for ideas of what to donate. Put on by the Fulton Neighborhood Association’s Racial Equity Committee, Hennepin County Library, and the Minneapolis Parks.