The Cuningham Group presents this talk by Bette Hammel, architectural journalist and writer of Legendary Homes of Lake Minnetonka.
October 15, 16
Give to the Max Day Webinars
GiveMN will be hosting educational webinars on Give to the Max Day, including info on maximizing twitter efforts and maximizing mobile efforts. Also, the archived version of previous GiveMN Give to the Max Webinars can be viewed here.
Political Leadership Luncheon featuring Norman Ornstein
The Saint Paul Chamber of Commerce is hosting this luncheon on the political gridlock the US Congress is facing.
Celebrate! Planned Parenthood
This fundraising dinner features Pulitzer Prize Winner Connie Schultz as well as Governor Mark Dayton and Mary Lee Dayton.
Centered on Sustainability: The True Value of Local And Organic Food
Atina Diffley, organic farmer and author of Turn Here Sweet Corn: Organic Farming Works will lead this conversation about our food relationship with land, nature and farmers.
Ghouls Just Wanna Have Fun
Fulton Brewery and the Minnesota Children’s Museum Play Makers are hosting this 21 + brewery tour and halloween party. Proceeds will benefit the Play for All program which brings much-needed play to children facing poverty.
Five Minutes in Hell
The Twin Cities chapter of the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network invites you, your bosses, your co-workers, and your friends to head over to the deep, fiery kitchen of Hell (otherwise known as Hell's Kitchen in Minneapolis). But don't worry, you won't be alone. You and your fellow attendees will bear witness to ten brave souls who will take the stage for a five-minute presentation on a topic that relates to life as a young nonprofit professional.
Staged Reading of “8”
Minnesotans United for All Families is hosting this reading of “8”, a new play chronicling the federal trial for marriage equality.
Chime In or Clam Up?
The Twin Cities Business Peer Network presents this 60 Minute, hands on session discussing about brand reputation and the impact of a brand’s words and actions.
Why We Do This: Closing Reception and Estate Sale
The Soap Factory will be hosting this closing reception and estate sale for Andy DuCett’s exhibition, “Why We Do This.” The Exhibition closes on November 11.
“This Work is Not For Sissies” The Buckman Fellowship Panel on Philanthropy’s Role in Society
This Panel of foundation leaders from local and national foundations will discuss philanthropy and its evolcing role in addressing key issues in our changing communities and our world.
2012 Skills Based Summit
This summit bring the corporate partners of HandsOn Twin Cities to share their expertise with nonprofits, schools, and faith-based organizations through group workshops and one-on-one consultations.
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