Calendar of Events - White Bear Area Chamber of Commerce
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Events available for Registration...

Virtual Morning Networking!
4/7/2020 - 4/7/2020
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Creating Age-Friendly Communities: Local, Business & State Perspectives
4/21/2020
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Strengthen Your School to Work Pipeline: Workforce of the Future
4/21/2020 - 4/21/2020
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Adopt-A-Highway
5/2/2020
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6th Annual NOT Your Typical Golf Tourney
6/5/2020
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Events in the next 30 days...
DateEvent
3/31/2020
 -5/19/2020
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction

The Pillars of White Bear Lake
4650 Centerville Road | White Bear Lake
651-762-6119
Receive a 10% Discount when you use the WBL10 Code!



 

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4/2/2020
Business & Breakfast: Hot Topics in Real Estate Law

Hot Topics In Real Estate Law

Eckberg Lammers invites you to join us as our Real Estate and Business Law attorneys, Nick Vivian and Tom Loonan, discuss current and critical issues in Real Estate Law. They will explore the latest information relating to the commercial real estate industry in Minnesota & Wisconsin, while providing practical application for the business owner. Topics discussed include:

  • Buying vs. Leasing Commercial Real Estate

  • Partnering With Municipalities To Identify Commercial Real Estate Opportunities

  • Developing Raw Land

  • Rehabilitating Blighted Property

  • Financing Your Real Estate Acquisition

Join us for networking, coffee and a light breakfast starting at 7:45 a.m. followed by the presentation.

Space is limited so RSVP early. If you have any questions please contact us at contact@eckberglammers.com or by calling at (651) 439-2878.

Upcoming 2020 Business & Breakfast Seminars:

  • June 18th - Succession Planning for Your Business

  • September 17th - Attracting & Retaining Employees

  • November 12th - Taxes for the Business Owner

 

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4/5/2020
Simply Sourdough-Bread Making Class at the Winery!


101 Highway 96 | Dellwood, MN
Simply Sourdough-Bread Making Class at the Winery!

April 5th from 1-4pm

Presented by Heriage Flour Power


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4/7/2020
Virtual Morning Networking

Virtual Morning Networking
Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Location: Wherever you are!
8:15am - 9:00am

Times are changing, so are we! We invite you to support your local member restaurants by ordering-in or picking-up breakfast and join us in a virtual Morning Networking! Now is the time that we need to stay in communication, share ideas and tell your stories to fellow Chamber Members. All you have to do is REGISTER for this event and you will be sent a number along with a link and an access code. Click on the link, enter in the access code when prompted and join in a conversation with your fellow business leaders!

I invite you to check-out our updated website where we have added two more pages: White Bear Area Chamber.  Please visit the OPEN FOR BUSINESS tab where you will find a whole host of area restaurants that have adapted their businesses to include take-out and delivery. The other is a COVID-19 Resources page where you will find important links to everything related to the outbreak and where to find answers to your questions.

The White Bear Area Chamber is very grateful for your membership and please know that we are here for you and will continue to support you in every way possible. Until we meet again, stay safe, stay well and stay strong.

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4/8/2020
Many Faces - Community Workshop: Power, Privilege and Identity: Exploring positions in society and the power that comes with privilege

The Many Faces of the White Bear Lake Area - Building Community Through Storytelling
Many Faces - Community Workshop: Power, Privilege and Identity: Exploring positions in society and the power that comes with privilege
Facilitated by Mike Rios, Office for Social Justice
Sponsored by Century College

FREE | Wednesday, April 8 | 6:30pm - 8:30pm
White Bear Lake District Center - Board Room 112
4855 Bloom Ave. | White Bear Lake
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Equity & Disparities; Racism, Sexism, Classism...What is my role and responsibility? Examining and understanding our own identities is just one piece to the puzzle of combating systemic oppression.

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4/19/2020
BOWL-A-THON

18th Annual
BOWL -A- THON
Sunday, April 19th, 2020
9 - 11:30 am
Flaherty's Arden Bowl


Merrick, Inc., & IPS Cranes invite you to join us for our annual family-friendly, and client-focused Bowl-A-Thon fundraiser.  All ages and bowling abilities are welcome to participate, plus CHEERLEADERS (non-bowlers) are encourage to join the fun!

Registration & information available HERE or contact Megan at 651.789.6207, megank@merrickinc.org.

Cost:  $100/Bowler (includes bowling, donuts, pizza & door prize).

SPONSORSHIPS, EVENT VOLUNTEERS AND RAFFLE ITEMS NEEDED.
Sponsor a Client:  $100 (partial sponsorships welcome)
Lane Banner Sponsor: $150 (logo or name on a banner over the lanes)
Advocate Plus Sponsor: $250 (1 bowler and 1 lane banner)
Team Sponor: $600 (inludes 5 bowlers and a lane banner)

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4/21/2020
Creating Age-Friendly Communities: Local, Business & State Perspecrtives

  
CLASS Mission Statement:  We are community professionals working together to educate, organize, and advocate to improve the quality of life for seniors in our communities.  *Serving communities within the Northeast metro area of Ramsey, Anoka and Washington Counties

 “Age-Friendly Communities” is a key component for advocacy of the Consortium of Lake Area Senior Services (CLASS).  This topic dovetails perfectly with the State of Minnesota’s initiative, MN 2030, and Executive Order 19-38 that Governor Tim Walz signed in December 2019 to establish the Governor’s Council on Age-Friendly Minnesota. 
 
To support this effort and to help fulfill its mission, CLASS will hold a series of quarterly educational programming and events designed to raise awareness, provide factual information, and engage local leaders and the general population in the northeast metro area on ways to take action to achieve age-friendly communities in our area.

CLASS Mission Statement:  We are community professionals working together to educate, organize, and advocate to improve the quality of life for seniors in our communities.  *Serving communities within the Northeast metro area of Ramsey, Anoka and Washington Counties

 “Age-Friendly Communities” is a key component for advocacy of the Consortium of Lake Area Senior Services (CLASS).  This topic dovetails perfectly with the State of Minnesota’s initiative, MN 2030, and Executive Order 19-38 that Governor Tim Walz signed in December 2019 to establish the Governor’s Council on Age-Friendly Minnesota. 
 
To support this effort and to help fulfill its mission, CLASS will hold a series of quarterly educational programming and events designed to raise awareness, provide factual information, and engage local leaders and the general population in the northeast metro area on ways to take action to achieve age-friendly communities in our area.

EVENT OBJECTIVES:
• Gather local businesses, city and government officials and community members to hear about MN2030, with focus on two key themes of redefining work and retirement and fostering communities for a lifetime.
• Raise awareness to help planners and policy makers to better prepare Minnesota in what will be a permanent shift in the age of our state’s population.
• Inspire local leaders to take action in creating age-friendly communities.
• Begin to build broader awareness among general population in the northeast metro.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
• City officials from local and neighboring communities
• Local business leaders
• Community members interested in age-friendly initiatives

PRESENTER BIOS:
Reena Shetty has worked in the aging network for over 18 years.  Prior to her current role as the Planning Coordinator with the MN Board on Aging, she worked with local government at the City of St. Cloud followed by regional (aging services) planning efforts in Tulsa, OK and most recently with the State North Carolina in coordinating the State’s older worker program.  Reena graduated with a Master of Public Affairs from the Humphrey School of Public Affairs.

Don Pollock was appointed assistant commissioner for Continuing Care for Older Adults in January 2019.  Pollock oversees Minnesota’s efforts to ensure quality care and services for seniors and other adults who need help living as independently as possible.  He holds a law degree from Georgetown University Law Center and a bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College.  Pollock frequently testifies at the legislature and has appeared on MPR, KSTP, the Star Tribune and Minnesota News Network.

There is no charge to attend this event and a continental breakfast will be served.

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