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Burnsville, MN 55337
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Community Events

Past CONTENTS have included: 
Presentations: Outdoor Education: What's the Dirt on Kids in Nature, Building Bridges Not Walls: Embracing Diversity in Our Community, Civics Tune Up, Soul Stories: Tap the Wisdom of Your Soul, Parenting in the Digital Age, What Color is Your Story: Mandalas as Metaphors for Story. The Sacredness of Water- An Evening with the LaPointe Tiwahe, Indigenous approaches to community and indigenous human rights advocacy. 

Local authors: Atina Diflley: Turn Here Sweet Corn, Henry Boucha: Native American Olympian, Nancy Carlson: Children's illustrator and author.
Film studies: Filmmakers as World Makers,The Age of Love: It's never too late to date,the quest for love among 70-90 year olds, Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope, The Lobby: by Fathia Absie Somali American writer and filmmaker. 
CONTENTS are best suited for older teens to adults. 

Watch for upcoming CONTENTS conversations and join us. Your voice is an important part of the story we tell. 
If you have topics that are of interest to you, or suggestions for future CONTENTS topics, please contact Jennifer Green. jgreen@isd191.org

 
Know Your Neighbor is a community driven initiative hosted by ISD 191 Community Education. Their goal is to provide opportunities for community members to come together across difference for intentional social interactions, education and conversations. 
Know Your Neighbor will meet virtually until further notice. Meetings are on the last Tuesday of each month at 7 pm.
If you would like to join us, contact Jennifer Green, , 952-707-4113. 

Read about Know Your Neighbor in the Sun Thisweek

Rockin' Reader is a summer story time for younger children. 
District 191 principals and district staff read their favorite stories at the Nicollet Commons Park. Story time starts at 11:15 with stories geared for preschool through primary grade students. The whole family enjoys the sunshine and splash park. Many bring picnic lunches and stay for the Rockin' Lunch Hour concert sponsored by the City of Burnsville. 
This year, due to the COVID pandemic, our readers recorded video messages. You can watch them anytime you want on Facebook.