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Our annual Sauerkraut Supper fundraiser will be held Saturday, November 2, 2019. Seatings are at 4 and 5:30 PM.
Tickets are $15 for adults; $5 for children (ages 5-12); children under age 4 and free. The maximum cost for families is $40 (two adult limit).
The menu includes pork roast (or a vegetarian option), potatoes, gravy, whipped rutabagas, desert, beverages and more.
Tickets can be ordered by calling 612-788-2444, or click below to order online.
The Fix-It Clinic sponsored by Hennepin County will take place at Grace Center on Saturday, August 10, from noon to 4 p.m. in the gym. Items will be accepted for fixing until 3:30 p.m. Bring in small household appliances, clothing, electronics, lamps, etc. Trained volunteers will provide free assistance to troubleshoot and fix the items.
Items must be carry-in sized. No pre-registration is required. This event is family friendly!
Art-A-Whirl is a big, festive open studio tour sponsored by the Northeast Minneapolis Arts Association that takes place annually in NE Minneapolis. In 2019, Grace Lutheran Church will be hosting a traveling high school art show, along with the third year of our annual All-Ages Hands-On Community Art project, Shoebox City!
In our sanctuary space throughout May, we’ll have the traveling exhibit “Who Is God?”, featuring high school artists from around the Twin Cities area reflecting on the nature of the divine.
Then on the final day of Art-A-Whirl we launch our third annual all-ages community art project: building a box city. We’ll have art and craft supplies of every kind and tons of cardboard — the rest is up to you! What does a city need? Skyscrapers, houses, a library, a school? How about a waterpark or a zoo or even a dinosaur exhibit? Maybe your kids want to grow up to be firefighters, or animal doctors, or archeologists…. so let’s build a fire station, a vet clinic, and a big box of dirt to dig in. Let’s build an amazing city together!
Sunday, May 19, noon – 5pm
Friday June 14, 9am – 5pm
Saturday June 15, 9am – 4pm
Location: Corner of 27th and Johnson St. NE in the Gustavus Adolphus Church parking lot.
All proceeds will be given to the Little Kitchen Food Shelf.
Questions? Contact Beth Breiter firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-735-0625
Ways you can help make our fundraiser a success!
- Volunteer: We’ll need helpers to organize the sale, work the sale both Friday and Saturday and pack up and haul away leftovers at the end. If you’re an organizer, a worker bee, or a people person, we want you. Kids are welcome helpers too.
- Shop at the sale and spread the word. We can turn every dollar raised at the sale into food for hungry neighbors. Share our Facebook event on your social media page. https://www.facebook.com/events/876348202711093/
- Clean out your closets and donate items to the garage sale. The best way to donate is to simply bring items to the sale between 7 am and noon on Friday, June 14th. If you need to bring items earlier contact Beth. I’ll arrange for drop off or pick up and store items in my garage. No large furniture please but all other general merchandise and clothing is welcome.
Saturday, May 4, 2019 at 1:00 PM
It’s time for mothers, daughters, sisters and friends to gather at this annual, elegant event. The tea will be held in Mary & Martha’s Tea Room (AKA the Grace Center Multipurpose Room).
Tickets are as follows:
Young Ladies (5 – 12 yrs): $7.00
Little Ladies (under 5 yrs): No Charge
Reservations are requested by April 30, seating is limited. For tickets, please see or contact Jennifer Fischer (612-781-1117 or Snooky1022@comcast.net) or call the church office at 612-788-2444.
The tea is a fundraiser; $5 of the $15 ticket is tax deductible. Hats are strongly encouraged, and no jeans please.