You’re Invited: The Search for Home

Sometimes there’s no better way to understand an experience that is far removed from your daily life than to hear a personal story. This month, the issue of homelessness comes center stage at the Minnesota Fringe Festival with zAmya’s There’s No Place Like Home and at The Search for Home, a training sponsored by several local housing and human service agencies. Consider attending one of these events to become more informed, equipped  to take action, and inspired to help end homelessness.

zAmya to perform There’s No Place Like Home at the Minnesota Fringe Festival
Venue
Mixed Blood Theater
1501 South 4th Street
Dates & Times
Saturday, Aug. 3 at 4pm
Sunday, Aug. 4 at 10pm
Thursday, Aug. 8 at 7pm
Friday, Aug. 9 at 5:30pm
Sunday, Aug. 11 at 2:30pm
To find out more about ticket information for zAmya’s Fringe performances, visit www.fringefestival.org

The Search for Home: 
An Introduction to Housing & Homelessness
Thursday, August 22
6:00 pm – 8:30 pm 
Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity
3001 4th Street SE 
Minneapolis, MN 55414
The Search for Home is an educational and interactive training about affordable housing and homelessness in Minnesota.  The training covers the history of homelessness and low-income housing, the range of housing options available today, the cost of homelessness, and an examination of solutions. 
This training, sponsored by several local housing and human service agencies is free, but space is limited. 
To register, please visit
or contact Christina Giese at cgiese@simpsonhousing.org or 612-455-0859.

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