Augsburg Park Library

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Augsburg Park Library
Augsburg Park Library is listed in the Libraries category in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Displayed below are the social networks for Augsburg Park Library which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Augsburg Park Library on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 96.

Contact information for Augsburg Park Library is:
7100 Nicollet Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55423
(612) 543-6200

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Augsburg Park Library has an overall ZapScore of 96. This means that Augsburg Park Library has a higher ZapScore than 96% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Minneapolis, Minnesota is 38 and in the Libraries category is 52. Learn more about ZapScore

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Hennepin County Library shared Humans of Minneapolis's photo.
More #HumansOfHennepinCountyLibrary from Humans of Minneapolis and Friends of the Hennepin County Library.
“I come to the library three or four times a week. I own a small business and it’s a productive way for me to get a lot of things done in a less distractive environment. I do a lot of critical writing and thinking here. And having access to the computers and printers is nice. Even though I’m by myself at home, I still can’t get as much done as I can by coming to the library. Nothing against the coffee shops of the world, but this is a great environment because it has everything that I really need. With all the distractions out there, it’s just a better place to get stuff done. My company is called the Courage Group. I help people start their own companies. I work with a lot of baby boomers who’ve been laid off from corporate America and all of a sudden it’s, ‘I’m past 50 years old. What am I gonna do?’ I was in the same boat. I worked in the airline business for twenty years. One day I had a new boss and they decided to go in a different direction. So I decided, ‘Maybe it’s time for me to start my own company.’ Since they’ve never done it before, there’s a lot of fear that keeps people on the sidelines. And unfortunately even though this is really what they want to do, they’ve just decided it’s way too hard.” “What’s your best advice for someone who may have an idea for a business?” “Write a business plan while you’re working for somebody else.” Neil, at Southdale Library Audio: bit.ly/2rhCuVi ______________________________ Friends of the Hennepin County Library is the fundraising partner of Hennepin County Library and builds awareness, appreciation and support for our world-class libraries. You can help your library continue to transform lives by donating at supportHCLIB.org.


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Hennepin County Library added an event.
Register here: https://hclib.bibliocommons.com/events/590b6472ec3bb434009bf7f3 Schenwar is the editor-in-chief of truth-out.org and author of "Locked Down, Locked Out: Why Prison Doesn't Work and How We Can Do Better." She will discuss the book and the impact of mass incarceration through stories of prisoners and their families, including her own.This program was made possible in part by funding from the Minnesota Department of Education through a Library Services and Technology Act grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. This is part of the Families and Incarceration series: http://www.hclib.org/about/news/2017/february/families-incarceration
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Hennepin County Library added an event.
Register here: https://hclib.bibliocommons.com/events/590bc7bf6115e62e00ddbdbf Dr. Zehr, a pioneer of restorative justice, will discuss "What Will Happen to Me?," his book about families and incarceration. Zehr will share the experience of the children in the book, and how restorative justice applies to this issue. After the lecture, join us for the opening reception of the exhibit of photographs from Zehr's book, as well as writing by local families impacted by incarceration, at the Cargill Gallery at the library during the month of June. This program was made possible in part by funding from the Minnesota Department of Education through a Library Services and Technology Act grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. This is part of the Families and Incareration series: http://www.hclib.org/about/news/2017/february/families-incarceration
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Hennepin County Library shared Finance & Commerce's post.
Brooklyn Park Library has been honored as a top project by Finance & Commerce:
We're happy to announce the Top Projects of 2016. Congratulations to all the honorees! Free: bit.ly/2qpafTf
The people and companies behind the projects will be honored at the Minneapolis Event Center.

Hennepin County Library shared Humans of Minneapolis's photo.
Another installment of the #HumansOfHennepinCountyLibrary series from Friends of the Hennepin County Library and Humans of Minneapolis.
“I come here every two or three days. I come to clear my head and make music. We can make our own beats. I write down lyrics that talk about my life and I put it down into a song. Music is a very important thing in my life because you can tell your story. It’s like connecting, because I know some people can relate to what I’ve been through. It has meaning to it. Like country music, it really has meaning to it. Where they stay, where they’re from, what’s happening around them. I love music like that. I had a hard life as a young kid, me and my brothers and sisters. My dad passed, so I grew up without him. My mom always needed help in her struggle, so I had to help her out as a young kid. And as a kid, you keep a lot of anger in. So music helps me stay calm. Helps me focus. Helps me move on from what I was just thinking about. Helps me move on from the past. This is a good place for young people to come. They can actually stay out of trouble here. They can have fun, be positive, and get away from all the negativity. They can relax and make new friends. Friends who want to see them do better, do good. Be motivated. I met a lot of people here who are cool and nice. We’re actually like family now, because we’ve been here so long. Music is the perfect thing for me. I don’t want to be sitting in jail or something like that. I’d rather do good with my life.” Tommy, at Best Buy Teen Tech Center Minneapolis Audio: bit.ly/2qTOifn __________________________________________ Friends of the Hennepin County Library is the fundraising partner of Hennepin County Library and builds awareness, appreciation and support for our world-class libraries. You can help your library continue to transform lives by donating at supportHCLIB.org.