Many Faces of the White Bear Lake Area invites the community to join us at these upcoming events
Explore the delicious flavors and techniques of authentic Ethiopian and Eritrean cuisine in this class with instructor Mimi Selam.
Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese cloth used to wrap, carry, and organize things such as gifts, documents, clothes, and so on. It is said that the history goes back to the Nara period (710~794).
Members of Minnesota’s Black Community Project will discuss the making of "Minnesota’s Black Community in the 21st Century" book contributes to the history of Minnesota African Americans professions during the pre and post-Civil Rights era.
This six week virtual course is offered to anyone looking to deepen their understanding of what it means to be anti-racist. Participants will be given tools to engage in uncomfortable conversations, develop their racial literacy and begin to unpack how race operates in ...
Ethiopian food has become a favorite among foodies worldwide. The food is light, healthy and flavorful, ranging from very spicy to very mild.
Join us as we explore the history and impact of Native Americans on the area around White Bear Lake. This program will be co-presented by Sara Markoe Hanson and Rob Thomas.