Join us at this year's Lake Street Bash: a fundraiser for the Council! Osman Ali, winner of Lake Street Council's 2015 Community Impact Award Silver Partner Spotlight: It's Greek to Me in Lyn-Lake Gustavo Lira's stunning Mosaic at 27th Avenue and Minnehaha Fuji Ya: award winning Japanese restaurant in the heart of Lyn-Lake. Silver Partner Spotlight: Peppers & Fries A little Uptown impromptu from a local dance artist In the Heart of the Beast's Annual May Day Parade

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Get Involved and Amplify Your Voice

Do you have thoughts on how to make your community stronger? Join us for a conversation and training on how to serve as a bridge between the community and decision makers by applying for neighborhood or city boards and commissions.

We will talk about your passions and ideas, discover the large array of boards and commissions available and apply to serve on them all in one meeting. Start making a difference and setting your ideas in motion!

Tuesday, October 13, 2015
9 AM - 10:15 AM
Midtown (2121 E Lake St, 55407)

Working Families Agenda: Learn the Facts

The Mayor's proposed Working Families Agenda is focused on changing working conditions for low income workers by mandating policies like fair scheduling practices and earned sick time. These policies may significantly affect your business and we want to make sure your voice is heard.

Attend this meeting to learn more about the Working Families Agenda and how it might affect your business and provide us with feedback to share with the City of Minneapolis. Council Member Andrew Johnson will be speaking.

Thursday, October 8, 2015
8:30 - 9:30 AM

El Nuevo Rodeo Restaurant (2709 E Lake St, 55406)
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in the Streets

Lake Street features three bilingual heritage-discovery walks for the benefit of Lake Street communities and visitors. Learn more about these free walking tours and how Lake Street Council made them happen.

Le Town Talk
Le Town Talk
East Lake

Part diner, serving French inspired comfort food whose taste and flavor infused the childhood home of owner and Marseille native Emilie Cellai, and part bar, serving a menu of signature international and sparkling wine cocktails mixed up by Julien Masson of Intercontinental, Hotel Dieu in Marseille, Le Town Talk is a first in the Twin Cities–a working class French bar and restaurant.