News By Category: Events

Just like many large group gatherings this year, Canadian Pacific (CP) has made the decision to hold a virtual holiday themed concert instead of its typical Holiday Train celebration. At this time, the CP intends to resume the traditional Holiday Train tour in 2021. Read More

The second year of outdoor pub curling at Brookview begins Friday, Oct 30. This year Brookview offers drop-in and league play as well as rentals for events and parties.

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The Golden Valley Garden Club’s monthly virtual workshop will be held Oct 27, 6 pm. Registration is required to attend. Read More

The Golden Valley Garden Club’s monthly virtual workshop will be held Oct 27, 6 pm. Registration is required to attend the workshop. Read More

The Golden Valley Business Council’s next meeting will be Oct 22, 8:30 am via Zoom. Read More

The Golden Valley Human Rights Commissions has partnered with Robbinsdale Schools Community Education to sponsor a few of its upcoming programs. Residents are encouraged to sign up and participate.

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To bring the conversation of human rights to a younger audience, the Golden Valley Human Rights Commission has expanded its annual Martin Luther King Human Rights Contest to accept submissions from all grade levels, K–12. The deadline to enter is Dec 1, 2020 and winners will be announced Dec 10, 2020. K–5 and 6–12 winners will receive a cash prize. Read More

Young voters can face unique challenges to voter participation and, as a result, opt out of the process entirely. In 2018, 52 percent of young voters reported the need to rearrange work or school schedules in order to vote, 39 percent did not know where to vote, and 26 percent needed help with questions about candidates, ballots, and polls, according to the Center for Information & Research on Civic Learning and Engagement. Learn more about structural and social barriers to voting like these at the City’s Oct 8 virtual forum “Building An Equitable Golden Valley: What Does It Mean to Have Access to Voting?”

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Purge your property of unneeded stuff and dispose of it safely at Mighty Tidy Day, Sat, Oct 10, 8 am–1 pm at Brookview Park. Read More

Many states across the country automatically remove the names of registered voters from the poll books if they haven’t voted in recent elections. In Minnesota, if you haven’t voted in four years, your name is likely to be “purged” from the registered voting list. Luckily, Minnesota has same day registration, but individuals in other states aren’t so lucky. Voter registration and poll purges are just two of the issues that will be discussed in the City’s Oct 8 virtual forum “Building An Equitable Golden Valley: What Does It Mean to Have Access to Voting?” Read More