News By Category: Events

Residents have until 4:30 pm Jan 15 to request a free virtual ticket to the 31st Annual MLK Breakfast Jan 18, 8:30 am. Residents interested in attending the virtual event can email tromano@goldenvalleymn.gov. Read More

The Golden Valley Human Rights Commission purchased a virtual table for the 31st Annual MLK Breakfast Jan 18, 8:30 am which includes 20 tickets to join the event. Residents interested in attending the virtual event can email tromano@goldenvalleymn.gov to request a free ticket. Read More

To raise awareness and spark dialogue about the impacts of inequitable access to a clean, healthy environment and environmental amenities, the Golden Valley Environmental Commission (EC) and Human Rights Commission (HRC) are hosting the virtual event “Climate Change in Minnesota: Implications and Disparate Impacts” Jan 28, 6:30–7:30 pm. Read More

Since the Canadian Pacific (CP) Holiday Train won’t be making its usual stops around the country this year, CP is hosting “Holiday Train At Home,” a virtual concert Saturday, Dec 12, 7 pm. The event will be streamed live on the CP Facebook page. Read More

The Golden Valley Human Rights Commission has announced the winners for its 2020 Bill Hobbs Human Rights Award and the 2020 Martin Luther King Human Rights Contest. Read More

The last day to drop off gifts for the Golden Valley Fire Relief Association’s (GVFRA) Be A Santa To A Senior is Dec 11.

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The Letters For Santa mailbox will be stationed at Three One Six Bar + Grill Dec 9–19. All children and families are invited to drop off pre-written letters to be delivered to the “Big Guy.” Read More

More changes have been made to upcoming youth parks and recreation programs to accommodate the latest health and safety measures from the State of Minnesota. All participants have been notified via email. Read More

In a typical year there are many holiday themed events happening throughout the City. This year, many of them are still happening—they just look a little different. Read More

As the current COVID-19 situation continues to evolve in Minnesota, the City of Golden Valley has been working to evaluate how to safely and effectively provide Parks and Recreation services while following Minnesota Department of Health guidelines. Based on new Executive Orders announced Nov 18, the Parks and Recreation Department has decided to alter or reschedule a few of it’s current and upcoming youth programs. Read More