This new series was created and sponsored by the Community Education Advisory Council (CEAC). We will facilitate a community discussion on different topics each fall,
winter and spring. This spring we are partnering with Friends of the Arts.
You can find art inside the walls of museums and galleries and on stages of theaters and concert halls, but you also find it in all shapes and forms throughout the community. Through their creative work, artists effect change in ways that invigorate local economy, attract tourists, bridge cultural differences, and strengthen community identity and collective voice. In ways big and small, art brings us together and strengthens communities. Join us for a panel discussion with artists who are connected to our St. Louis Park community. Learn about what fuels their creative work and how they navigate
the creative process. Artist panelists: Stacia Goodman, Mari Harris, Dan Israel, and Xiaojie Liu.
Creativity in Community —
A Conversation with local artists
Thursday, May 2
AEL782 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Rec Center Banquet Rm Free
NEW! Driver’s Education
Community Education offers both classroom and behind-the-wheel instruction for students ages 14 ½ and up. Click for details
Friday, April 12:
5-8 p.m. $3 early bird admission Saturday, April 13: 8-9am $3 early bird admission 9am: Free admission
11-11:30 a.m.: Consignors can pick up items 11:30 a.m.-noon: Everything you can fit in a bag for $5
Located in Central Community Center Gym | 6300 Walker Street | Credit cards accepted
Proceeds will benefit ECFE scholarships and programs
The HOPE Speaks Project
For students in grades 3-5 with their parents
Join this important dialogue on race, racism, and the impact it has on our lives.