Rough Roads in Northern Minnesota by Barb Anderson
Calendar of Events
American Infrastructure by Bob Passi
Adrift In A Neon Green Sea! by Vicki Andrews
Infrastructure Risks in the Oil Transport Industry by Vicki Andrews
The Music of Democracy by Bob Passi
America’s Unraveling Fabric by Valerie Conner
Nonprofit Expo & Governor Candidates Forum
Enjoy reading the latest issue of Common Sense II
Taxes, Trump, and Tyranny
Taxes = User Fee by Bob Passi
I’m Scared. Are You? by Vicki Andrews
How Important is the Truth by Barb Anderson
Fire Away by Bob Passi
The Price of Peace by Barb Anderson
Team USA by Val Conner
Raging Grannies: Needed Now More Than Ever! by Vicki Andrews
Healthcare Providing Tax Breaks by Barb Anderson
Calendar of Events
Earth Circle and the Central Square Mall are teaming up for the third annual Earth Day at Central Square Mall. This year’s event will be bigger and better than ever. In order to coordinate schedules with another big event, the March for Science, the Earth Day Celebration will be on Friday, April 21, as well as a shortened version on Saturday, April 22.
The event will begin on Friday at 11 a.m. and continue until 5 p.m., then resume on Saturday, from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. There will be information tables and displays on a variety of environmental issues as well as children’s activities and games. There will be movies and free popcorn throughout the event. Special Earth Day animated children’s films will be shown from
4 – 5 on Friday afternoon and from 10 until noon on Saturday morning.
The Village Bookstore will host an Author Event on Friday from noon until 2 p.m. Featured authors will be Michael Meuers and Barry Babcock. Meuers will discuss his latest book, Road to Ponema: The Teachings of Larry Stillday, a well-known healer, leader and teacher from Red Lake Nation who touched many Ojibwe people in northern Minnesota. Barry Babcock will discuss his new book, Teacher in the Forest: Essays from the Last Wilderness in Mississippi Headwaters Country, about his experiences living simplistically with and not against nature.
Other special Earth Day activities in Grand Rapids are the unveiling of the new interactive exhibit ‘Lake Life’ at the Children’s Discovery Museum from 10 until 3 p.m. and the March for Science through downtown Grand Rapids, beginning at noon at KAXE. This will be followed by speakers and activities at the Grand Rapids Senior High School in the afternoon.
For further information call Central Square Mall at 326-4765 or Vicki Andrews at 218-259-4254
Click on the graphic to access the latest issue of Common Sense II. This month’s theme is The Constitution and these are the articles:
Our Genetically Modified Constitution by Bob Passi
The American Constitution by Barb Anderson
Standing Against Tar Sands Oil by Vicki Andrews
The Preamble to the Constitution of the United States of America by Nancy Rudd
Basic Respect by Valerie Conner
The Emolument Clause: Follow the Money by Dr. Patrick C. West
And the newsletter includes a calendar of events.