Alexandra House hosts its annual HopeFest event in the fall, as our lead into October, which is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The core principles of the event are to raise awareness about domestic and sexual violence, remember those we have lost, and honor the many survivors. The event includes a brief program, a 2-mile walk, Kidz Dash and Kidz Zone with inflatables and games, BBQ from The Bones Brothers, and a vendor/exhibitor resource fair.
Benefits & Fundraisers
August 22, 2019, 5:30 pm check-in, 6 pm class
Fillebrown House, 4735 Lake Avenue, White Bear Lake, 55110
Yoga for everyBODY…all you need is a blanket or a mat to join in. No reservations required. Donations appreciated ($10 suggested) and will benefit the White Bear Lake Area Historical Society. No rain site/date.
Enjoy FREE Kemps Moose Tracks Ice Cream to help raise $10,000 for The Salvation Army of Minneapolis.
With a variety of literature ranging from fiction to nonfiction, children and adults alike can get their hands on a diverse selection of books at a fair price. Sponsored by Friends of the Maple Grove Library, all proceeds will be donated to the library collection and its programs.
Food trucks, bouncy houses, family-friendly activities, and a silent auction – what more could you ask for on a Sunday in early fall? Come out to Southwest Park in Mahtomedi for the Family Fun Festival to support Aaron’s Playground, a memorial playground to be built in the park early next year. Entrance is free!
Grab your fluffy friend and a donut to work it all off as you walk or run along the trail. Proceeds of this event support Secondhand Hounds, a nonprofit animal rescue in Minnesota that works to provide a safe shelter, proper veterinary care and daily necessities for pups.
Hammer Residences, Inc. will welcome 500 guests to Reach for Ralph, our signature fundraising event at Earle Brown Heritage Center on July 11. The event will feature silent and live auctions, a dinner and program all in support of individuals with developmental disabilities supported by Hammer so they can live life to the fullest.
If your child wants to grow up to be a veterinarian, this 3-hour program can set them down the right path. They’ll learn about surgery skills using a pretend patient, how to recognize common illnesses and what it’s like to work at a shelter. Kids grades 3-6.
Walking is the easiest way to stay healthy. The AHS wants you to walk to help others, too. Help fundraise as a team or an individual. All ages.
Make an impact on your community by walking or running in time or untimed races ranging in distances from 1K to 5K. Susan G. Komen’s Race for the Cure is invested in raising awareness, funding and support for curing breast cancer. All ages. Prices vary. All day.