News By Month: November 2018
Golden Valley Parks and Recreation offers a variety of indoor and outdoor volleyball leagues for adults throughout the year and registration is now open for the winter women’s and co-rec leagues.
An open house is scheduled at City Hall Dec 5, 6 pm-8 pm, to discuss Hennepin County’s plans for paving Glenwood Ave between Hwy 100 and Thomas Ave in Minneapolis.
It’s time to plan for next year’s house projects and it starts with a trip to the West Metro Home Remodeling Fair Feb 10, 2019.
The Golden Valley Fire Department is holding its second of four winter classes on Hands–Only® CPR and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Training, Nov 27, 7 pm-8:30 pm, at Brookview.
Golden Valley’s summer farmers market, Market In The Valley, will host its first Winter Market Nov 18, 10 am-2 pm at Brookview.
The City will be testing its emergency mass notification tool Nov 15, 5:30 pm. Subscribers to the service should receive a generalized test message at this time.
Along with adopting a new City Code, on Oct 16 the Golden Valley City Council passed an ordinance prohibiting residents from feeding wild animals.
The Golden Valley Human Rights Commission (HRC) is honoring the birthday and legacy of Martin Luther King with the second annual Dr Martin Luther King Jr Literary Contest.
In honor of Human Rights Day Dec 10 and to celebrate Golden Valley’s diverse immigrant population, the Golden Valley Human Rights Commission (HRC) is sponsoring a Green Card Youth Voices exhibit at Brookview Dec 3–Dec 28.
Although Brookview’s lawn bowling green and par 3 course have closed for the season, the driving range and regulation course are remaining open, as weather permits. The disc golf course is also now open and free to play, seven days a week throughout the winter.
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