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Little Free Library Festival: A Build/Read/Connect Event

Community Celebration of Place is partnering with Little Free Library on Saturday, May 21, in Minneapolis, Minnesota for the first-ever Little Free Library Festival.

Red Roads and Blue Highways: An American Journey in Song and Word

Join highly acclaimed author Kent Nerburn and Larry Long, Executive Director of Community Celebration of Palce for an evening of songs, stories and music.

Help Us to Preserve Our Archives!

During 2016, it is a primary program of Community Celebration of Place to transfer their collection into archives that will be open to the public for generations to come.

Announcements

Come Have "Soup with the Supe"!

Join Superindent Bernadeia Johnson after the Sanford Celebration for dinner and a conversation

Give to the Max on November 17th!

Make a donation to Community Celebration of Place on Nov. 17, through GiveMN.org and your gift will be matched up to 100%! Please check out the CCP page and consider making a donation.

Listen to Larry Long on MPR's Radio Heartland

Larry Long, executive director of Community Celebration of Place, was on MPR's Radio Heartland with Dale Connelly this Saturday. Larry talked about the Elders' Wisdom, Children's Song program and the show highlighted a performance by the students of North Park Elementary honoring Meroslava Bryn.

Save Our History!

Thank you for your many contributions on Give to the Max Day.

We can not do this work without you.

Testimonials

My heartfelt thanks to Larry Long and all the voices from which our history continues to generate encouragement, enthusiasm and wisdom.

Arlo Guthrie, Songwriter, Son of Woody Guthrie

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News & Events

Community Celebration of Place is partnering with Little Free Library on Saturday, May 21, in Minneapolis, Minnesota for the first-ever Little Free Library Festival.

Join highly acclaimed author Kent Nerburn and Larry Long, Executive Director of Community Celebration of Palce for an evening of songs, stories and music.

During 2016, it is a primary program of Community Celebration of Place to transfer their collection into archives that will be open to the public for generations to come.