AMA's Funders

US Dept of Justice
St. Paul Cultural Star
St. Paul STAR Program
Minnesota Lynx
National Endowment for the Arts
Minneapolis Foundation
Minnesota Dept of Health
Wells Fargo
Minnesota Dept of Employment & Economic Development
City of Minneapolis
Headwaters Foundation

AMA Announcements 

a. Join Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities to thank our COVID-19 Frontline Heroes on Sept. 11th, 2021 at our Frontline Heroes Appreciation Night

 Saturday, September 11, 2021, 4:00pm-9:00pm
PLACE: St. Paul Union Depot at 214, 4th Street East, Saint Paul, MN 55101 

Frontline Heroes’ Appreciation Night, hosted by Asian Pacific Minnesotans
•    Cultural Festival, Silent Auction, and Cash Bar from 4:00 – 8:00pm
•    Sit-down Dinner from 6:00 – 7:00pm
•    Appreciation Award Program and Performance start at 7:00pm

Theme: Appreciation and a New Era – 感恩與新生
Host: Alliance of Asian Pacific Minnesotans, c/o Chinese American Chamber of Commerce – MN
For More Info:

b. SPNN Studio Training

DATE/TIME: Sunday, August 8th, 2021, 1:00pm-5:00pm    
PLACE: Saint Paul Neighborhood Network (SPNN) 550 Vandalia St #170, St Paul, MN 55114

Asian Media Access will host a Studio Training for BIPOC youth.

IN-person SPNN Studio Production

For More Info:

Coming Up Community Performances

a.  Asian Wave at the Park

DATE/TIME: Sunday, August 1st 2021, 6:00pm-8:00pm
PLACE: Roseville Central Park Frank Rog Amphitheater, 2540 Lexington Ave N, Roseville, MN 55113
b. National Night Out

DATE/TIME: Tuesday, August 3, 2021, 5:00-8:00pm
SAINT PAUL: COMO AVE between Dale-Grotto in front of Overcomer's Victory Church at 663 Como Avenue, St Paul, MN 55103

MINNEAPOLIS: Farwell Park, between Thomas and Sheridan Ave, South of Plymouth Ave.

Join your neighbors with food, performances, games, bounce house, and much more for your whole family to enjoy!!!

National Night Out is an annual nationwide event that encourages residents to get out in the community, meet neighbors, and partner with police.  Events can be simple gatherings to large community events. National Night Out has participation across all 50 states. 

We encourage, ask for and appreciate ALL Minnesota residents to participate on Tuesday, August 3, 2021 for the 38th Annual National Night Out!  Neighborhoods include everyone: homeowners, renters, retail and all businesses are needed to help make our city "the most livable place in America!"  Hosting a block party or an event of any kind, large or small, provides a way for people to meet one another and discover how they can keep their neighborhoods crime free and high quality for all who live, work and play there. National Night Out has proven, time and time again, to help people work together to improve the safety of their surroundings.


Program Updates

A Successful Generation Z Online Showcase!!!


Led by multimedia artists - Aeola Lu and Mayou Her, a successful "Generation Z" Online Showcase was hosted at July 28, 2021, with the support from Asian Media Access and Pan Asian Arts Alliance.  

Focusing on K-pop theme, this Gen-K showcase is a project based team hosting a pre-recorded virtual showcase highlighting the talents of the Twin Cities Generation Z (Gen-Z) community through the lens of Korean Pop culture (K-Pop). Led and supported by Gen-Z artists (all under 30 years old), they amplify the personal narratives of these talented individuals and focus on the ways K-Pop has impacted their lives. Gen-K aims to unite diverse groups of people within the community as well as provide an opportunity to present this growing culture to a larger audience. This Gen-K Showcase has allowed for the performing artists, emcees, and Gen-K staff to engage in multiple conversations about K-Pop including the positive influences it has on their lives.

These conversations have went beyond the surface and explore how individuals identify with the K-Pop culture. In addition, the showcase has welcomed the public involvement and engagement, through talent scouting, performance, and back stage multimedia works. The networks and relationships that have been developed, as well as the platform provided, has truly helped these young artists (and viewers of the program) to build a deeper sense of community.
Gen-K was initiated in the spring of 2020 by four Asian-American friends; Aeola Lu, Mai Her, Alexis Vang, and Lyla Lee. The project started with the desire to highlight the Generation Z (Gen-Z) community through the lens of K-Pop. They felt this platform was necessary to help provide opportunities to local artists and develop a home for K-Pop culture in the Twin Cities. For the past year and a half, they have been working hard on planning, scouting, filming and editing the showcase. Through their efforts and skills, they hope to create a space where members of this community can enjoy themselves, the culture, and the platform. 

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted multiple organizations and projects around the world, and it is crucial to take extra precaution to avoid further contagion. With a showcase that includes performing arts, live entertainment, and human interaction, it is a top priority for the Gen-K staff that our performers and audience members can enjoy the show safely.

As a result, the Gen-K: K-Pop Showcase (2021) has been held virtually on YouTube. Ultimately, the safety of our community members is most important, and we hope to provide a platform that allows everyone to fully appreciate the culture and the artists in the show.

Gen-K is devoted to developing a platform that showcases the talents and skills of the Generation Z community through the lens of K-Pop. 

The Gen-K brand values include: 
●    Belonging- Constructing a platform where members of the K-Pop community can feel like they have a home for the culture.
●    Appreciation- Amplifying the voices of the Generation Z K-Pop artists and highlighting the efforts that are being made within it. 
●    Entertainment- Showcasing content that is family-friendly and enjoyable for a diverse audience.

This multifaceted showcase had emceed by two knowledgeable and engaging K-Pop commentators, Shannon Thao and Georgina Simon. The featured artists have had a chance to present the fruits of their practice and creativity  through their performances, and then to engage in Q&A sessions to discuss the impact K-Pop had on their artistry and themselves. These parts of the show truly has amplified the different narratives and perspectives within this community.

The performers featured in the show are:
●    K.P.F
●    FIORE
●    K-Move
●    SNS
●    Lindsay Lee
●    Comma

You can watch the recorded show at the Gen-K YouTube link:

Join Asian Pacific Minnesotans to thank our COVID-19 Frontline Heroes

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This coming Sept. 11, 2021 marks the 20th anniversary of 9-11, a time that we acknowledge and commemorate our communal losses and to appreciate our frontline heroes.  Since the pandemic, Asian American and Pacific islanders have received so much support from our healthcare and frontline workers. We hope you will join us at this commemorative occasion to show our appreciation to those heroes leading the pandemic fight.

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Asian Media Access and other Asian American leaders are coming together to host a Commemoration and Appreciation Night at the historic St. Paul Union Depot.  We will be inviting our local leaders in the communities including public officials, healthcare workers, emergency personnels, and many more heroes in our communities as our guests to join the Appreciation Night.
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Asian Pacific leaders and the public can purchase tickets to support the Event, and proceeds will be donated to the Frontline Families Fund. The Fund is supported by the St. Paul & Minnesota Foundation, and UMN’s Center for Infectious Disease Research/Policy, that helps to pay funeral costs for health workers who died from COVID, and for college scholarships for their children.
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This Business-Casual, 600-people event features Pan Asian cultural and festivity theme - from delicious Asian street food, artistic performances, elaborate Asian attires, to an upscale fusion dinner.  This is a unique event that weaves together the rich traditions of the Asian region into a Minnesotan tapestry.  People will enjoy a heart-warming and fulfilling experience with the wonderful cultural tastes and sights and sounds without traveling thousands of miles, but also being there to support and to show appreciation for people that are leading the pandemic fight.

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We are seeking support in monetary donations to buy table sponsorships, or to donate items to our silent auction such as gift cards or products and services.  Our partner, the Chinese American Chamber of Commerce will acknowledge your generous donation with a tax-deductible receipt.  We hope you will consider supporting our communal effort and highlight the MN’s success in fighting COVID-19.   

NOTE: We are very aware of the current COVID-19 rising cases trend, and will plan and announce accordingly.

FMI: CONTACT or (507) 218-5792.

Youth Spotlight

Gaonou Vang initially joined Asian Media Access through Step Up because it was an opportunity to launch herself in the workforce for the first time. Being a part of the internship exposed Vang to much more learning and opportunity than she originally anticipated. Through this experience, youth have a place to develop their communication skills, time management, teamwork, problem-solving, financial literacy, critical thinking, soft & hard skills, and explore their career interests. 

This internship was a critical part in Vang strengthening her voice. Vang is the youngest member in a large family, and as the youngest, she feels that there are times she is unheard of or that her opinions are not valued or important. This internship involves a program that teaches youth about critical issues in the community while also activating their creativity. The cohort focused on developing animations and postcards with preventative action and persuasive messages. Vang's most proud work is the Gambling Addiction Animation. She learned more about the issue, found new creative ways to share information, and utilized new communication methods that she would not have known otherwise. In addition, she found that input from her other teammates was vital as they have aided in her growth and understanding during the program. They provided her more insight and ideas while also teaching her to be more open herself.

Step Up and Asian Media Access have introduced new paths for Vang, especially in terms of future careers. The people who influence Vang the most are her family, followed by her unique life experiences that will continue to help her along her career path.  In the future, Vang has hopes to pursue a career helping children in the community, especially since she is most passionate about battling issues such as child abuse. Vang says, “I believe that no child should ever be neglected for circumstances they have no control over”. The projects that Vang has worked on in this internship impact the community directly. The projects put light on issues for people of all different backgrounds to relate to and receive help from. Overall, Vang has developed further skills and passion to support children and the community.

Community News

Camden Farmers Market

DATE/TIME: Saturdays, 10:00am-2:00pm
PLACE:  4150 N Dupont Ave, Minneapolis, MN

This year, theNEWmpls is partnering with Salem Evangelical Lutheran Church to host our 12-week season in their parking lot. Rain or Shine.

Request for Information: Best Practices for Advancing Cultural Competency, Language Access and Sensitivity toward Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

DATE/TIME: The deadline to submit comments is 11:59 p.m. ET on August 17, 2021

OMH seeks input from AAPI communities and AAPI-serving organizations to inform the development of guidance describing best practices for advancing cultural competency, language access, and sensitivity toward AAPIs in the context of the federal government's COVID-19 response.

 The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Minority Health (OMH) recently released a Request for Information (RFI) for which submissions are now being accepted. OMH is committed to gathering critical community input to inform efforts to combat racism, xenophobia and intolerance against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs).

OMH is intently focused on increasing awareness of this opportunity among partners and community stakeholders. We invite you to respond to the RFI and to distribute this RFI opportunity among your networks and affiliate organizations.

AANHPI Roundtable: A Focus on Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Identity, Community and Solutions

DATE/TIME: Tuesday, August 4. 2021, 5:00pm CST/6:00pm EST
PLACE: Online Zoom, Register:
  • Identity - How do they view their own identity? How does the individual identity connect to the work they are doing today? What are the similarities/differences in the NH and PI communities?
  • Community - What is the definition of community? Who is the audience each leader is targeting to support?
  • Solutions - What issues are these leaders addressing? How are they going about resolving these issues and know they are making a difference?

HSMN's 2021 Youth Camp 

DATE/TIME: Wednesday, August 5-8, 2021, 8:30pm-4:00pm (Time varies)
PLACE: Hindu Mandir, 10530 Troy Ln N, Maple Grove, MN 55311, Register

Looking for fun short summer day camps? Look no further. HSMN's Youth Camp 2021 is here!
When: August 5th – August 8th 2021 (Thursday-Sunday)
Where: Hindu Temple (10530 Troy Ln N, Maple Grove, 55311)
Who: Youth who are age 8 or older
How: Registration 
Sign-up now! Seats are filling up fast!
Camp size has been intentionally kept small to accommodate COVID restrictions.  

Celebrate Diversity with the Twins

DATE/TIME: Wednesday, August 5, 2021, 5:00pm-8:00pm
PLACE: Target Field, 1 Twins Way, Minneapolis, MN 55403, RSVP

Minnesota Twins 10th Annual Diversity Celebration

Change the World Challenge: We invite you to arrive at 5:00 PM to join Every Meal in assembling food packs to provide nourishing meals to children. Help us change the world today.

Community Journalism: Create Better Videos Workshops

DATE/TIME: Thursdays, July 1-August 19, 2021, 6:00pm-8:00pm
PLACE: IN-person Saint Paul Neighborhood Network (SPNN) Studio Production, 550 Vandalia St #170, St Paul, MN 55114

We partnered with the UpTake to offer eight workshops in July and August. If you have wanted to learn more about how to do community journalism, shot composition and editing to tell a story- these free classes are for you! 

August 5- Recording Audio- learn tips on how to get great audio. 

August 12- Developing questions, interviews and more- 

August 19- Editing to tell a story- This class will cover theory and techniques to convey mood through editing. This class is software agnostic.

Sign up for one or all of these free workshops and improve the quality of your media pieces!

Traditional Wacipi

DATE/TIME:  Friday-Sunday, August 6-8, 2021, 1:00pm-7:00pm
PLACE: Granite Falls, MN 56241

Come to Granite Falls and experience the Upper Sioux Community's Pezhutazizi Oyate Traditional Wacipi Powwow.
Event Website: and

Slavic Experience Festival 2021

DATE/TIME:  Saturday, August 7, 2021, 10:00am to 10:00pm
PLACE: Father Hennepin Park, 420 Main St SE, Minneapolis, MN, US 55414, Minneapolis, United States

People of Slavic heritage include those whose families once emigrated from countries like Poland, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Russia, Slovakia, Belarus, Slovenia, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, and Serbia, as well as other Eastern European nations.

The purpose and mission of SLAVIC EXPERIENCE is to create a welcoming space for people of Slavic heritage to commemorate, celebrate, and share the richness and diversity of Slavic traditions and customs with the greater Twin Cities community.

It is our goal to accomplish this in a number of educationally and culturally significant ways, and to provide a fun, free, and family-friendly experience.

This incredible BRAND NEW festival will take place at Father Hennepin Bluff Park in NE Minneapolis on August 7th and 8th, 2021! Like this page now to be the first to get updates.

Vendors/Exhibitors/Performers/Sponsors, email NOW to get on our Event Partners list. Schedules and detailed event info coming soon!

Thai Sunday Night Market

DATE/TIME: Every Other Sunday, August 8, 22, 2021, 11:00am - 9:00pm
PLACE: Wat Promwachirayan, 2544 Highway 100 S, Saint Louis Park, MN 55416

Wat Promwachirayan and the Thai Cultural Council of MN are excited to bring back Thai Sunday markets this summer! The Thai Sunday market mimics the vibrant markets of Thailand and Southeast Asia. This will include local vendors, Thai souvenirs, and with traditional Northern Thai-styled Khan Tok tables spaced throughout the lawn you can enjoy the many Thai street food and Thai desserts available!


Steps for Starting a Small Business

DATE/TIME: Wednesday, August 11, 2021, 12:00pm-1:00pm
PLACE: Online, Register

This webinar will give you a step-by-step overview of what you will need to do to start a small business.

You will learn:
  • Resources available to help you start a business
  • Define your startup cost
  • The steps for making your business legal in Minnesota

Ready, Set, Go with Your Business

DATE/TIME: August 12, 19, 26, 2021, 9:00am-10:00am
PLACE: Online, Register

August 12 - Ready: Basis of Business Start Up Learn more and register
August 19 – Set: Essentials of Becoming Credit Ready Learn more and register
August 26 – Go: Finding Additional Support and Resources Learn more and register 
The SBA's Minnesota District Office is hosting a three part series to help lay the groundwork for new and aspiring entrepreneurs like you to launch a business idea and to understand the steps to building a small business. All classes will be held virtually and must be registered for separately.

Northpoint Community Food Shelf

DATE/TIME: Fridays, August 13, 27; September 10, 24, 2021, 9:30am
PLACE:  1835 Penn Ave N, Minneapolis MN 55411, parking lot at Plymouth & Oliver.
Don’t miss Free Fresh Food Fridays this summer! Tons of fresh fruits, vegetables, community resources, and more. Select Fridays now through September at the corner of Plymouth & Oliver. Rain or shine, 9:30 a.m. until supplies run out!
Monthly food supply - Several day supply of food once per calendar month
Non-food items -  Miscellaneous nonfood items with food request
Baby food/diapers - Several day supply of baby food and/or diapers, with a food request

For COVID-19 safety, you are encouraged to remain in your vehicle and masks are required.

For more info, call 612-767-9500 or visit

COVID-19 Vaccine Journey for Newcomers

DATE/TIME: Friday, August 13, 2021, 1:00pm-2:30pm
PLACE: Online webinar, Register Here
  • Describe two to three effective vaccine communication strategies for diverse refugee and immigrant communities
  • Describe one to two partnership strategies that have been impactful to reach refugee and immigrants
  • Describe one or two approaches applied to overcome systemic barriers related to vaccine access

Palarong Pangmasa Basketball Tournament

DATE/TIME:  Saturday-Sunday, August 14-15, 2021, 8:30am-9:30am
PLACE:  Mississippi Soccer Field, 1575 L’orient Street Saint Paul, MN 55117

All experience levels are welcome for this one weekend tournament from Aug 14-15. If interested, reach out to our athletics director, Ethan Del Sol

Karen Martyrs’ Day

DATE/TIME:  Saturday-Sunday, August 14-15, 2021, 8:30am-9:30am
PLACE:  Mississippi Soccer Field, 1575 L’orient Street Saint Paul, MN 55117

Karen Community of Minnesota would like to invite you to the 71st Commemoration of Karen National Martyrs’ Day.

For the remainder of the event, attendees can visit KCM food vendors, participate in games, and observe sport tournaments. Tournaments include men’s soccer, men and women’s volleyball, and men’s cane ball.
Note: This year due to COVID-19 we will not allow other food vendors into soccer field but hopefully everything will get back to normal soon so next year we will allow more food vendors. Thank you for understanding and we look forward to seeing you all.

Hmong Arts & Craft Fair

DATE/TIME:  Saturday, August 14, 2021, 11:00am-4:00pm
PLACE: 2410 Stillwater Rd E, St Paul, MN 55119-3613, United States

 Come out and discover amazing arts and crafts by local Hmong artists and makers. There will be food stands (indoors), food trucks (outside), free kid's activities and door prizes. 

Tater Daze at Brooklyn Park 

DATE/TIME:  Saturday, August 14, 2021,1:00pm-6:00pm
PLACE:  Community Activity Center campus

This annual Brooklyn Park celebration draws hundreds of residents to celebrate our community.

Women's Committee Wellness Event

DATE/TIME:  Saturday, August 14, 2021, 9:30am
PLACE:  Minnehaha Regional Park at Wabun C, 4655 46th Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55406 Register
Join the MNAPABA Women's Committee for our second event this year.

If you have any questions, please contact Alex Dyste-Demet, Women's Committee Chair, at 

IndiaFest 2021

DATE/TIME:  Saturday, August 14, 2021, 11:00am-8:30pm
PLACE:  St. Paul Capitol Grounds, 75 Rev Dr Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard St Paul, Minnesota 55155

India Association of Minnesota (IAM) cordially invites you to participate in 
IndiaFest on Saturday, August 14, 2021, at the St. Paul Capitol Grounds, from 11 AM - 8 PM. IndiaFest is the joyful celebration of the diversity, rich culture, and heritage of India in Minnesota. Let us come together to heal ourselves and our loved ones back in India. We hope you will join us and leverage the opportunity to participate in IndiaFest in the following ways

Over the last year the community has experienced COVID-19 challenges. Together once again WE show Great Responsibility and Power to keep the community together during these difficult times. Let’s come Together for India once again, to bring a new level of hope and support to recover from the devastating situation.


DATE/TIME:  Wednesday, August 18, 2021, 4:00pm-900pm
PLACE:  Auditions will take place in person at Theater Mu’s studio located at 755 Prior Ave. N, Ste 107, Saint Paul, MN 55104
We’re in the same building as Can Can Wonderland and BlackStack Brewing. Parking is available on the street or in the dirt lot across the street. Please use the entrance on Prior Ave in the parking lot closest to the green water tower. We’ll post signs to help you find our studio.

Actors! We’d love to get to know you!

If you’re a local Asian American, Native Hawaiian, or Pacific Islander actor, we’d love to consider you for our 2021/22 season. We’re looking for both AEA and non-union actors who live in the Twin Cities for our mainstage productions, readings, workshops, corporate events, and family and educational programs. We welcome AANHPI actors of all ages, genders, backgrounds, and abilities. (For AEA actors: Theater Mu is on an SPT6 contract for our mainstage productions.) If you have questions, please email

Share the River Nordeast 2021

DATE/TIME:  Wednesday, August 18, 2021, 5:00pm-8:00pm
PLACE:  2522 Marshall Street NE Minneapolis, MN 55418

Join us for an evening of community, canoeing and cookies! Share the River Nordeast is back.

Stop by anytime between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. for a free introductory canoe ride on the Mississippi River, then grab a free cookie and enjoy a variety of fun and educational activities at our Stormwater Park and Learning Center.

This family-friendly event is great for kids and adults of all ages. (Please note that you must weigh at least 30 lbs. in order to fit the provided life jackets.)

In addition to learning to paddle on the river, participants will also have opportunities to learn about the Mississippi River’s history, water quality, plants, animals and more. You’ll also be able to connect with other local organizations about their work in the community for the environment.

Canoe rides will be led by guides from Wilderness Inquiry, with support from National Park Service rangers from the Mississippi National River and Recreation Area and Mississippi Park Connection staff.

Event Website:

Karen Culture Presentation 

DATE/TIME:  Friday, August 20th, 2021, 11:00am-12:30 pm
PLACE:  Online Zoom, Register

We will explore the history of the Karen and how they became refugees, and discuss how Karen communities have adapted to life in the U.S. We will also give a brief overview of Karen culture, covering everything from food, to clothing, to family, to communication styles, and more. 

There will also be a question and answer session at the end of the presentation. We hope to see you there!

The Night Market

DATE/TIME: August 21; September 18, 2021, 5:00-9:00pm
PLACE: Mayo Civic Center Riverfront Plaza & Rochester Art Center
Night Markets are a part of daily life and entertainment across Asia, and we're bringing it to Rochester!
Enjoy a night outdoors filled with food, boba tea, games, arts, handmade products, and fresh produce with a strong emphasis on Asian and BIPOC vendors

Event Website:

Revisiting Community Solutions during COVID-19

DATE/TIME: Wednesday, August 25, 2021,  1:00pm-2:30pm CT
PLACE: Online, Register Here

  • Identify two to three challenges faced by refugee/immigrant communities
  • Describe one to two partnership strategies undertaken by these community representatives
  • Describe at least two preferred communication strategies identified by refugees and immigrants

Pivoting to the Future: Opportunity, Complexity, and Working Together

DATE/TIME: Thursday, September 23, 2021, 9:00am-1:00pm
PLACE: Online

The Minnesota Department of Health invites you to a free, virtual professional development opportunity, in lieu of this year’s Community Health Conference.

During this event, we’ll learn together about tools we can use to pivot to face the changes ahead. Featured speakers Tuesday Ryan-Hart and Tim Merry of The Outside will help guide us, using their experience leading an organization that helps people problem-solve together, expand influence, and transcend the overwhelming.

In addition, we’ll learn how to care for and pace ourselves during this time of recovery, with the help of a professional specializing in mental and emotional health and well-being.

There is no cost to participate in this virtual event, and MDH will make CEUs available.

Wells Fargo Beyond College: 2021 Webinar Series A young man watches a webinar on a desktop computer.

Covering a wide variety of topics from personal finance to professional development, the 2021 Beyond College Webinar Series may help better prepare you for what’s next after college

DATE/TIME: August 26, 2021, 4:00-5:30 p.m. ET
PLACE: Online, Register here
TOPIC: Digital Native: Social media smarts.
Join a discussion about how social media can promote or destroy your personal brand.

DATE/TIME: September 23, 2021, 4:00-5:00 p.m. ET 
PLACE: Online, Register here
TOPIC: Success strategies for managing student debt.
Learn new ways to manage student debt and real-world budgets.

DATE/TIME: October 21, 2021, 4:00-5:30 p.m. ET
PLACE: Online, Register here
TOPIC: Building responsible credit: Why your credit matters.
Gain tools and resources to take charge of your own finances and reach your financial goals with tips on building credit.

DATE/TIME: November 4, 2021, 4:00-5:00 p.m. ET
PLACE: Online, Register here
TOPIC:  Mentors and sponsors: Your personal board of directors.
Many believe that to be successful in your career you must build your own personal board of directors. Learn about mentorships and sponsorships, including how to leverage each successfully.

Link to full site:

Health Clinic at Sikh Society of MN

DATE/TIME: Sunday, September 26, 2021, 11:00am-2:00pm
PLACE: Hindu Temple of Minnesota, 10530 Troy Ln N, Maple Grove, MN 55311

Join us at our resumed in-person health clinics! They are free, do not require preregistration, and open to all. Walk-ins only! No preregistration required. You will need to fill out a form upon arrival with your name, phone, ZIP code, and services you wish to receive.

Free, confidential consultations and referrals with a physician are available. Other services available are:
Blood pressure testing, Blood glucose testing BMI testing, Cholesterol testing (nominal charges apply), A1C testing (nominal charges apply)
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