Hopkins, Minnesota

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and child development center * St. John's Catholic School Charter schools * Mainstreet School of Performing Arts (MSSPA): A performing arts school that focuses on the three major performing arts areas; music, dance and theater. The school opened in 2004. Grades 9–12. * Ubah Medical Academy is a charter high school currently leasing space in the Katherine Curren Elementary building. The school was chartered


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. At that time “world's only full-time pianist for silent films.” Pianist and composer for George Balanchine and Agnes DeMille. Active with Walker Art Center and Guthrie Theatre. In 1979 he received the "Film Band in Gold" from the West German government for "many years and exceptional activity in German film". His collection of music scores and manuscripts for almost 700 silent films was donated to the University of Minnesota in 1981. PK-12 college preparatory school, established in 1900. Blake is located on three campuses around the Twin Cities (Minneapolis-Saint Paul) area of Minnesota: the upper school (9–12) being in Minneapolis; administration offices, middle school (6-8), and half of the lower school being in Hopkins, Minnesota; and the other half of the lower school being in Wayzata, Minnesota. '''Rick Lindquist''' (born 1978) is an American (United States) mixed media artist. He was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota and grew up mainly in the southwest suburb of Hopkins (Hopkins, Minnesota), where he graduated from Hopkins High School (Hopkins Senior High School) in 1997. He attended the University of Minnesota from 1997-1999, and later enrolled and attended the College of Visual Arts in St. Paul, Minnesota (Saint Paul, Minnesota). His work is currently a part of public and private galleries in more than 12 countries. View Art Porfolio Source Portion Low_resolution


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changed to Hopkins * 1929 – Minneapolis Threshing Machine Company becomes Minneapolis-Moline * 1934 – Hopkins business people organized the first Hopkins Raspberry Festival * 1947 – December 2, Hopkins became a city through the adoption of a city charter Hopkins Raspberry Festival The Hopkins Raspberry Festival is an annual event in Hopkins. The Hopkins Raspberry Festival was founded in 1935 as a way to boost business during the Great Depression of the 1930s. A date of July 21 was chosen to hold the event to coincide with the peak of raspberry-picking season. The festival now takes place the third weekend in July every year. The Raspberry Festival is overseen by a board of directors supported by many additional volunteers and local civic organizations each year. Most of the volunteers return from year to year, with some being active for as many as 20 years. PK-12 college preparatory school, established in 1900. Blake is located on three campuses around the Twin Cities (Minneapolis-Saint Paul) area of Minnesota: the upper school (9–12) being in Minneapolis; administration offices, middle school (6-8), and half of the lower school being in Hopkins, Minnesota; and the other half of the lower school being in Wayzata, Minnesota. '''Rick Lindquist''' (born 1978) is an American (United States) mixed media artist. He was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota and grew up mainly in the southwest suburb of Hopkins (Hopkins, Minnesota), where he graduated from Hopkins High School (Hopkins Senior High School) in 1997. He attended the University of Minnesota from 1997-1999, and later enrolled and attended the College of Visual Arts in St. Paul, Minnesota (Saint Paul, Minnesota). His work is currently a part of public and private galleries in more than 12 countries. View Art Porfolio Source Portion Low_resolution


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: www.mnbhof.org 2012_inductees slavin_jerry.html accessdate 26 November 2013 * Peter Smith – A veteran advertising man. He writes magazine articles, fiction and poetry and has been a commentator on Minnesota Public Radio's "Morning Edition,” and in the Minneapolis StarTribune and other venues. The "Morning Edition" segments resulted in a book about Minnesota life, "A Porch Sofa Almanac" and later he wrote a memoir, "A Cavalcade of Lesser Horrors


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and child development center * St. John's Catholic School Charter schools * Mainstreet School of Performing Arts (MSSPA): A performing arts school that focuses on the three major performing arts areas; music, dance and theater. The school opened in 2004. Grades 9–12. * Ubah Medical Academy is a charter high school currently leasing space in the Katherine Curren Elementary building. The school was chartered

of her "Pageant Sisters" went to Afghanistan to entertain and support the troops. For the past few years, she has lent her talents performing and staging shows for "Share The Music," which produces programs from the American Song Book and Broadway. * Jerry Slavin – Minnesota Golden Gloves champion boxer - Successful in the professional ring. Fought 22 bouts- won 18, draw - 2, lost - 2. In the Minnesota Boxing Hall of Fame.


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-director-world-war-ii date 9 May 2013 accessdate 25 November 2013 work The Washington Post * Catherine (MacDonald) Blake – President of National Auxiliary American Medical Association. She became a powerful force in public health and nursing movements and was very active in the Red Cross. * Dr. James Blake, Sr. – Prominent Hopkins pioneer and physician. Established early "clinic" approach to his practice. Three of his sons became doctors and his two daughters


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, Senate, Hennepin County Board Commissioner and a Municipal Court Judge. * Greta Kessenich – A scholar of peonies authoring several books on the subject. Secretary-Treasurer of the American Peony Society and editor of the quarterly "Peony Bulletin'. * Arthur Kleiner – Musical Director for the Museum of Modern Art Film Department


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. At that time “world's only full-time pianist for silent films.” Pianist and composer for George Balanchine and Agnes DeMille. Active with Walker Art Center and Guthrie Theatre. In 1979 he received the "Film Band in Gold" from the West German government for "many years and exceptional activity in German film". His collection of music scores and manuscripts for almost 700 silent films was donated to the University of Minnesota in 1981.


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and child development center * St. John's Catholic School Charter schools * Mainstreet School of Performing Arts (MSSPA): A performing arts school that focuses on the three major performing arts areas; music, dance and theater. The school opened in 2004. Grades 9–12. * Ubah Medical Academy is a charter high school currently leasing space in the Katherine Curren Elementary building. The school was chartered


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with activities including music, sporting events, royalty coronations, craft fair, and parade. Education Public schools The Hopkins School District serves all or parts of seven Minneapolis west suburban communities: Hopkins, Minnetonka (Minnetonka, Minnesota), Golden Valley (Golden Valley, Minnesota), Plymouth (Plymouth, Minnesota), Edina (Edina, Minnesota), Eden Prairie (Eden Prairie, Minnesota), and Saint Louis Park (St. Louis Park, Minnesota). Approximately 8,100

Hopkins, Minnesota

'''Hopkins''' is a suburban city in Hennepin County (Hennepin County, Minnesota), Minnesota, United States, located west of Minneapolis (Minneapolis, Minnesota). The city is four square miles in size and is surrounded by the larger, west suburban communities of Minnetonka (Minnetonka, Minnesota), Saint Louis Park (St. Louis Park, Minnesota), and Edina (Edina, Minnesota). Hopkins is about 98% developed (Subdivision (land)) with little remaining vacant land. The population was 17,591 at the 2010 census (2010 United States Census).

U.S. Highway 169 and Minnesota State Highway 7 are two of the main routes in the area.

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