4th Annual Frogtown Arts Festival right on University Avenue! Music, Art and Food Venors. Showcasing the amazing talents of artist and entrepreneurs who live right here in Frogtown area as well as people from all over the Twin Cities. For more information: email@example.com
We also host our board elections during the event.
Join us for an update on the Victoria Theater project!
All community members invited and encouraged to attend!
• Hear updates on Victoria Theater Arts Center project
• See new schematic architectural designs and provide your input – we want to hear you voice!
• Dinner served 6:00 to 6:30
The Victoria Theater Arts Center (VTAC) is a nonprofit organization working to transform the vacant 1915 silent movie theater at 825 University Avenue into a community owned and managed arts center for Frogtown and Rondo. The building was threatened with demolition for a parking lot in 2009, the community rose up to reclaim it for the community’s use and benefit, and it was designated a historic site by the city in 2011.
Our vision: VTAC envisions a vibrant neighborhood where the arts welcome, heal, transform and build power for the people of Frogtown & Rondo.
VTAC’s mission: The Victoria Theater Arts Center builds community power by providing a creative home that incubates the arts and amplifies the voices of all people in the neighborhood.
PLEASE JOIN US & MAKE YOUR VOICE & INPUT HEARD
Visit www.VictoriaTheater.org & Victoria Theater Arts Center on Facebook
Call VTAC at 651-368-8451
FNA is dedicated to creating spaces for healing in community. There are many ways conflict shows up in community, and there are countless options on how we can deal with conflict. At our Forum in March, conflict did not allow for there to be adequate closure and left the organization and community without solutions.
Our May forum will be about "Healing in community" and the 3 parties that are having disagreement will be invited to participate in a fishbowl type conversation with the community in witness as resolution is reached.
Sierra Yazzie Asamoa- Tutu, MSW, LICSW will be facilitating this event. She is a mental health professional in the local American Indian Community, and an advocate for collective healing.
Join us for our monthly board meeting! We meet the first Monday each month in the Community Room of Kings' Crossing at 500 Dale St N, St Paul, MN 55103 from 6pm-8pm. Kings Crossing is located on the North East corner of Dale and University. Our meetings are open to the public, and we love to gain community feedback!