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Community Outreach
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3D Printing Camp with students from Minneapolis Public Schools

3D printing is the future. Club member Jazmine Darden is the founder of SPARKZ3D, a STEM educational outreach program focused on design and 3D printing. From April 1–4, she will be conducting a 3D Printing Camp with students from Minneapolis Public Schools. At the end of the week, students will take home all the equipment and supplies needed to start their own making journey. The Woman’s Club is helping Jazmine raise money so students who might not otherwise get this experience are able to participate. $1,300 will completely fund a student's 3D printing camp experience, and all other donations are immensely impactful.

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Arts Interdisciplinary Resource (FAIR) School for the Arts in downtown Minneapolis will work with acclaimed actor and arts educator Ann Morrison (at The Woman’s Club for a concert on April 25 and a special guest at Celebration 2024) for a masterclass on the creation of solo shows. It’s a rare opportunity for emerging artists to learn from an established artist and, as Ann would say, a wonderful opportunity for her to learn from the students.

The Woman’s Club’s Community Outreach efforts are committed to improving the vitality of the city of Minneapolis, doing our part to nurture arts and culture in our community. And these efforts have an overarching principle — internally and externally — that programs and activities of the Club recognize, support, and promote education as key to systemic change

Check out what Ann's masterclass
is all about!

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Saturday April 20, 9:30 am

In recognition of Earth Day, our friends with the Citizens for a Loring Park Community are looking for volunteers to help in a spring clean-up of Loring Park. Plan on meeting at the Loring Park Community Center at 9:30 am, where you will receive gloves and garbage bags. Then walk the park with old and new friends, picking up litter.


For over 48 years, Tubman has helped people of all ages, genders, and cultural backgrounds who are experiencing relationship violence, exploitation, mental and chemical health issues, and other forms of trauma.

Self Care Spring Drive

For the second year in a row, The Woman’s Club is sponsoring a self-care donation drive as an opportunity to provide items that bring a sense of being cared for to the people Tubman serves. Tubman is requesting the following items:

Gel pens Colored pencils

Fine-tip markers

Adult coloring books

Books featuring BIPOC characters (all ages)

Packaged tea (bags, sachets, boxes)

Water bottles (24 oz. to 48 oz.)

New sippy cups
New baby bottles
New baby bottle brushes
Baby shampoo, powder, oil, lotion, & body wash Diaper rash cream

Robes (sizes XS – 3X) Comfy/cozy clothes (hoodies, T-shirts, sweatpants, tank tops, in sizes XS–3X)


Dove body wash


Liquid face wash, face moisturizer (Dove, Aveeno, Neutrogena, etc.)


Fancy lotions (shimmers, body butters, body creams)


Lip balm / ChapStick / lip gloss Sugar scrubs

*Please note that all items must be new, unopened, and unused. Tubman cannot accept used clothing or other used items. For more information about Tubman visit

Please drop off items at the Front Desk of The Woman’s Club by Mother’s Day on Sunday, May 12.

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