News By Month: December 2017
To honor the legacy of Dr Martin Luther King, Jr, the Golden Valley Human Rights Commission (HRC) is sponsoring a “MLK Day Literary Contest.” Deadline to enter is Jan 2.
While the recent cold snap will keep skating rinks and warming shelters closed Dec 30 and 31, it will help park staff make quality ice, meaning all rinks except Scheid will be open Jan 1, weather permitting.
Battle back the winter blues with laughter! Comedy at Brookview’s debut show Jan 26 will feature headliner Bengt Washburn, as seen on Conan and Comedy Central.
As you walk into the new Brookview Golden Valley, you’ll be greeted in the main lobby by a bronze statue of the building’s mascot, a dog who currently has no name. You can help choose what to call the dog as part of the “Name that Pooch!” contest, which runs until Jan 5.
The 1,000-foot Canadian Pacific Holiday Train will roll into Golden Valley Sunday, Dec 10, stopping at the railway crossing at Golden Hills Dr at 4:50 pm. This free event will be fun for all ages and will support PRISM, our local food shelf. Festivities start at 4:15 pm, including
The Golden Valley Police Department’s Toys for Tots collection runs through 3 pm Thurs, Dec 14. If you want to help, bring new, unwrapped toys to the GVPD at 7800 Golden Valley Road (open 24 hours a day). Don’t forget gifts for older kids and teens.
In an emergency, dialing 911 is a call for help. But people with hearing loss or those who must remain quiet in a dangerous situation aren’t able to place a call safely or at all. Text-to-911 offers a solution.