1. Easter Brunch at The Lynhall

    Join us at The Lynhall for Easter on Sunday, April 21st for a buffet-style brunch that is sure to satisfy everyone. In addition to your meal, enjoy fun & games for the kiddos including Easter egg surprises and an appearance by the Easter Bunny!

    Easter Brunch Menu

    • Assorted Mini Pastries & Desserts
    • Carving Station: Lamb Shoulder Roulade, Prime Rib, Breakfast Sausage & Bacon
    • Eggs Benedict Station: Ham Benny & Smoked Salmon
    • Pancake Station: Silver Dollar Pancakes, Fruit
    • Au Gratin Potatoes, Fried baby Red Potatoes, Mac & Cheese, Panisse Fries
    • Vegetables & Salads: Farro & Goat Cheese Salad, Mixed Greens, Deviled Egg Potato Salad
    • Beverages: Bloody Mary & Mimosa Bar, Coffee, Juice, Iced Tea
    • Menu subject to minor changes

    Easter Brunch Pricing  (All prices inclusive of tax)

    • Adults, ages 13 and up, $45 per person
    • Kids, ages 6-12, $15 per person
    • Kiddos, 5 and under, Free with Adult

    Tickets & Timing

    We will be offering 3 seatings and tickets are required for all who wish to attend:

     

  2. Thursday Night Throwdown

    Spring is coming so let’s have a throwdown! Presented in partnership with Coffee Cart MPLS. Thursday night, April 25th at The Lynhall. Fun starts at 5:30pm, first pour at 7pm. $5 cash buy-in for participants.

    2640 Lyndale Ave S

    Special thanks to:
    Intermix Beverage
    Cat & Cloud Coffee
    Cafe Imports
    Coffee Cart MPLS
    Crooked Water Spirits
    TwinTown Fitness
    Synesso
    Baratza
    Northern Coffee Alliance

  3. Association of Food Journalists: Meet & Greet for Food Writers

    Attention food writers: The Association of Food Journalists is hosting a meet-and-greet for food writers on April 27 from 5-6:30 p.m. in the Linney Studio, as the Women Chefs and Restaurateurs national conferencebegins in Minneapolis. Snacks and plenty of conversation, plus cash bar.

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  4. Floral Class: Seasonal Centerpiece

    “Just living is not enough…one must have freedom, sunshine and a little flower.”

    We couldn’t agree more with Hans Christian Andersen’s sentiment and are thrilled to announce a new flower arranging series of classes with our friends from Arts & Flowers Design Studio and decorated Designer Adam Gladue.

    Join us April 28th from 1-3pm in The Linney Studio for Seasonal Centerpiece: Spring Forward! Learn hands-on how to create a centerpiece incorporating spring favorites such as tulips and ranunculus. $110 per person includes all materials for a small or medium sized arrangement.

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    About Adam Gladue

    Adam is a 2nd-generation florist and former chef who attended the Culinary Institute of America in Napa Valley. He has worked as a full-time designer with Arts & Flowers Design Studio for the last 4 years.

    In 2017, he was awarded the Koehler & Dramm Wholesale Florist Designer of the Year. He also received his Certified Floral Designer Accreditation (CFD) through the American Institute of Floral Designers (AIFD) at their Symposium in Seattle that year.

    In 2018 he was awarded the Minnesota State Florists’ Association Designer of the Year and also presented on the Main Stage of the Koehler & Dramm Wholesale Florist Spring Wedding Show.

    Recently Adam presented on the shared Main Stage of the Philadelphia Flower Show and 2019 FTD Interflora World Cup as a representative of the American Institute of Floral Designers. In July of this year Adam will be induced as a fully-accredited member of AIFD at their annual Symposium in Las Vegas.

  5. How We Find Joy & Calm in a Chaotic World: A Conversation with Dr. Henry Emmons

    In honor of May Mental Health Month, The Lynhall is hosting a special series of events focused on applying holistic and self-healing methods to aid in the recovery and prevention of depression, anxiety, and chemical dependency. Our general mental health and wellness is an undeniable facet of our health that affects every aspect of our daily lives, as individuals and as communities and we hope you will join us for a vibrant and engaging series that integrates science with soul.

    Our first event in the series features Dr. Henry Emmons, best-selling author of The Chemistry of Joy, The Chemistry of Calm, and Staying Sharp, for an evening conversation focusing on natural mental health remedies for finding joy and calm in our chaotic world.

    Dr. Emmons will share how his decades of working with patients has informed his philosophy of integrative, evidence-based treatments that nurture the body, mind, and heart. Guests will leave equipped with strategies and tools that they can apply to their daily lives.

    Tickets are $25 and a portion of the proceeds from the evening benefit The Long Table Fund.

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    About the Long Table Fund

    The Long Table Fund works in partnership with the community to connect and empower those in the restaurant industry affected by trauma, mental health issues, and chemical dependency. Proceeds of The Long Table Fund will provide mission-specific educational opportunities and increased access to crisis mental health care for members of the restaurant industry.

    Our Vision: A responsive, thriving, and healthy restaurant industry.

    For more information about presenting or getting involved with The Nourish Series or The Long Table Fund please contact us.

    About Dr. Henry Emmons, MD:

    Henry Emmons, MD, is a psychiatrist who integrates mind-body and natural therapies, mindfulness and neuroscience into his clinical work. He practices with Partners in Resilience in Minneapolis, and is a co-founder of NaturalMentalHealth.com, offering trusted information and holistic products to help individuals of all ages build their resilience and rediscover joy.Henry is the author of The Chemistry of Joy,The Chemistry of Calm, and Staying Sharp, and is in demand as a workshop and retreat leader for both healthcare professionals and the general public.

  6. Floral Class: Seasonal European Hand-Tie Bouquet

    “Just living is not enough…one must have freedom, sunshine and a little flower.”

    We couldn’t agree more with Hans Christian Andersen’s sentiment and are thrilled to announce a new flower arranging series of classes with our friends from Arts & Flowers Design Studio and decorated Designer Adam Gladue.

    Join us on May 5th from 1-3pm in The Linney Studio for a special class with Arts & Flowers Designer Adam Gladue where participants will learn the secret to creating your own European (spiral) hand tie bouquet in this hands on class. $85 per person and includes all materials for a bouquet.

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    About Adam Gladue

    Adam is a 2nd-generation florist and former chef who attended the Culinary Institute of America in Napa Valley. He has worked as a full-time designer with Arts & Flowers Design Studio for the last 4 years.

    In 2017, he was awarded the Koehler & Dramm Wholesale Florist Designer of the Year. He also received his Certified Floral Designer Accreditation (CFD) through the American Institute of Floral Designers (AIFD) at their Symposium in Seattle that year.

    In 2018 he was awarded the Minnesota State Florists’ Association Designer of the Year and also presented on the Main Stage of the Koehler & Dramm Wholesale Florist Spring Wedding Show.

    Recently Adam presented on the shared Main Stage of the Philadelphia Flower Show and 2019 FTD Interflora World Cup as a representative of the American Institute of Floral Designers. In July of this year Adam will be induced as a fully-accredited member of AIFD at their annual Symposium in Las Vegas.

  7. Essential Oils 101: Discover the Road to Better Natural Health

    In honor of May Mental Health Month, The Lynhall is hosting a special series of events focused on applying holistic and self-healing methods to aid in the recovery and prevention of depression, anxiety, and chemical dependency. Our general mental health and wellness is an undeniable facet of our health that affects every aspect of our daily lives, as individuals and as communities and we hope you will join us for a vibrant and engaging series that integrates science with soul.

    Our second event in the series features Nancy Johnson, a 20-year advocate for natural health solutions with a passion for using essential oils to help individuals manage weight, gut health, memory, emotional and chemical health.

    Nancy will provide an overview and hands-on demonstration of how to best use essential oils for health and wellness. Guests will leave with an introductory understanding of how essential oils can be used in their daily lives.

    Tickets are $20 and a portion of the proceeds benefit The Long Table Fund.

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    About the Long Table Fund

    The Long Table Fund works in partnership with the community to connect and empower those in the restaurant industry affected by trauma, mental health issues, and chemical dependency. Proceeds of The Long Table Fund will provide mission-specific educational opportunities and increased access to crisis mental health care for members of the restaurant industry.

    Our Vision: A responsive, thriving, and healthy restaurant industry.

    For more information about presenting or getting involved with The Nourish Series or The Long Table Fund please contact us.

    About Nancy Johnson:

    Nancy has been studying natural health solutions for over 20 years. Her expertise is weight management, gut health, memory health and emotional health, but teaches on other topics as well. She believes in using natural solutions as a first line of defense and that everyone deserves to feel good.

    She has experience running a spa, being a weight management counselor and a well being director at an assisted living community. She loves helping people find solutions to whatever symptoms there are having.

  8. Sleep and the Critical Link to Our Health, Wellness and Ability to Heal

    In honor of May Mental Health Month, The Lynhall is hosting a special series of events focused on applying holistic and self-healing methods to aid in the recovery and prevention of depression, anxiety, and chemical dependency. Our general mental health and wellness is an undeniable facet of our health that affects every aspect of our daily lives, as individuals and as communities and we hope you will join us for a vibrant and engaging series that integrates science with soul.

    Our third event in the series features Sarah Moe, founder of Sleep Health Specialists and monthly contributor to WCCO “Health Watch”where she speaks on various sleep related topics.

    Sarah will discuss how research confirms that sleep impacts all aspects of our health and wellbeing. Guests will learn strategies to unlock sleep as the third pillar of health and jump start their nutrition and wellness goals.

    Tickets are $20 and a portion of the proceeds benefit The Long Table Fund.

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    About the Long Table Fund

    The Long Table Fund works in partnership with the community to connect and empower those in the restaurant industry affected by trauma, mental health issues, and chemical dependency. Proceeds of The Long Table Fund will provide mission-specific educational opportunities and increased access to crisis mental health care for members of the restaurant industry.

    Our Vision: A responsive, thriving, and healthy restaurant industry.

    For more information about presenting or getting involved with The Nourish Series or The Long Table Fund please contact us.

    About Sarah Moe:

    Sarah Moe, RPSGT is a Board Registered Polysomnographic Technologist and is the founder of Sleep Health Specialists, which provides sleep health education to the employees of local businesses and corporations. She was also an Adjunct Professor in the Polysomnography (Sleep) Program at Minneapolis Community and Technical College. Sarah sat on the Board of Directors for the Minnesota Sleep Society, and also volunteers on the Educational Products Committee for the American Association of Sleep Technologists. You can find her on her monthly WCCO live news segment “Health Watch”, where she speaks on various sleep related topics.

  9. Forest Bathing Walk at Wood Lake Nature Center

    In honor of May Mental Health Month, The Lynhall is hosting a special series of events focused on applying holistic and self-healing methods to aid in the recovery and prevention of depression, anxiety, and chemical dependency. Our general mental health and wellness is an undeniable facet of our health that affects every aspect of our daily lives, as individuals and as communities and we hope you will join us for a vibrant and engaging series that integrates science with soul.

    Join us for a Nourish Series event with Motz Studios! Experience two hours of Shinrin Yoku—the Japanese art of “forest bathing”. Backed by scientific studies, Shinrin Yoku is a slow, immersive, and meditative walk through the forest that has been found to reduce stress, boost immune function, increase focus and productivity. Forest walks encourage you to slow down and reconnect with your senses.

    The walk will take place at Wood Lake on May 18 from 9am to 11am, led by David Motzenbecker, founder of Motz Studios. Snacks and tea will be provided, and the walk will be limited to 25 participants, adults only.

    Tickets are $40 and a portion of the proceeds benefit The Long Table Fund.

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    About David:

    David helps leaders across all sectors recognize the value and positive metrics that embracing natural capital and immersive forest therapy can bring their enterprise. His specialties are Shinrin Yoku; regenerative, salutogenic, and biophilic design; unique public engagement methodologies; and green infrastructure. David brings 17 years of landscape architectural design expertise to the creation of biophilic design solutions; helping spaces become the crucial centerpiece of a project’s performance, value, and livability.

  10. A Day of Healing: Addressing Human Sustainability in the Restaurant Industry

    Note: This event is being presented by The Lynhall as part of The Nourish Series and is intended for members of the restaurant industry. While the event is currently sold out, please feel free to join the waitlist and you will be notified if a ticket becomes available. Thank you for your interest!

    Join Lora Matz, Drake Powe, and Suzanne Koepplinger for a half-day seminar focused on Addressing Human Sustainability in the Restaurant Industry followed by a light lunch and access to healers from People’s Movement Center who will provide massage and acupuncture to all participants. Guests will learn and discuss health and wellbeing strategies designed specifically for members of the restaurant industry and are culturally meaningful.

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    Schedule

    8:30 – 9:15: Guest Arrival, Networking, Nosh
    9:15 – 9:30: Welcome
    9:30 – 10:30: Lora Matz, Moving Through Trauma: Toward a More Resilient Life
    10:30 – 10:45: Refreshment Break
    10:45 – 11:45: Drake Powe, Avoiding Existential Fatigue and Reigniting the Spirit of Joy
    11:45 – 12:15: Light Lunch, Compliments of US Foods
    12:00 – 1:30: Healing room access with Massage and Acupuncture provided by People’s Movement Center

    This event is made possible through the generous support of Catalyst Initiative, The Long Table Fund, The Lynhall, MSP/St. Paul Magazine, and US Foods.

    About Lora Matz, MS., LICSW:

    Lora integrates over forty years of experience as a psychotherapist and educator with adults and children of all ages. She specialized much of her life with individual and community wide trauma as well as end of life care with children and adults. She currently works in a unique position in MN as Prairie Care’s Clinical Education Specialist. She provides training, leadership development and mentoring to staff at PC and conducts workshops and trainings’ throughout MN. She is considered a national leader in the field of Integrative Medicine. She has advanced education in spiritual psychology and Jungian theory and practice.

    Her work integrates the wisdom traditions, scientific knowledge and her own personal experiences. As a gifted story teller, she is frequently remembered for her transformative stories, which help to shift consciousness in her listeners. In addition to being a, lecturer and facilitator. Lora is a sought after as a speaker on a local as well as national level.

    About Drake Powe:

    Drake is a life meditation teacher, life coach, stress reduction consultant and Yoga instructor. Stress reduction reduces our connection to our intuition and our natural wisdom, but by using a blend of ancient and modern tools and simple practices, Drake teaches his clients to ground themselves in their deeper power and subtler awareness, allowing clarity, resilience, and kindness to flower. In this way clients access inner resources that ground and center them, even as the world changes.

    Drake’s work was created out of a need to ground and heal himself and a desire to help our shared community. We all have an instinct leading us toward fulfillment. It is a rhythm of living unique to us. This informs his approach and creates a unique conduit to Yoga and meditation practice.

    About Suzanne Koepplinger:

    Suzanne Koepplinger is the director of the Catalyst Initiative at the Minneapolis Foundation. Catalyst’s purpose is to honor and foster culturally authentic self-care practices to advance health and well-being. Initiated by the George Family Foundation in 2014, Catalyst joined the Minneapolis Foundation in January 2018 to bring innovative community based work to scale. Previously she served for ten years as the executive director of the Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center, where she led the first research, community response, and program implementation in the country to address sex trafficking of American Indian women and girls. In that capacity, she has twice testified before Congress and is a certified trainer for the Office for Victims of Crime Training and Technical Assistance Center (OVC TTAC) and the National Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance Center (NHTTTC). Suzanne holds a Master’s degree in the Art of Leadership from Augsburg College in Minneapolis, and is one of 15 national leaders chosen for the NoVo Foundation’s first Move to End Violence cohort. She has extensive international experience as a trainer and public speaker. Current community service includes board membership with ArtSpace, and Frank Theatre.

  11. May Wisdom Series: Marilyn Carlson Nelson

    In partnership with the Women’s Foundation, The Lynhall is pleased to present the tenth installment of The Wisdom Series with former chair and CEO of Carlson and current Co-CEO of Carlson Holidings, Marilyn Carlson Nelson.

    Tickets are $25, with proceeds benefiting The Young Women’s Initiative of MN.

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    The Wisdom Series is presented in partnership with:

    About Marilyn Carlson Nelson

    Marilyn Carlson Nelson is former chair and chief executive officer of Carlson, a global travel company. 

    Nelson has appeared on Forbes magazine’s list as one of “The World’s 100 Most Powerful Women.” She was named one of “America’s Best Leaders” by U.S. News and World Report, and in 2007, Ethisphere Magazine recognized her as one of the “100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics.” She is the best-selling author of “How We Lead Matters: Reflections on a Life of Leadership.” 

    In 2004, Nelson co-chaired the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. She served as chair of the National Women’s Business Council, a bi-partisan advisory council to the President and Congress. She is a former chair of the U.S. Travel and Tourism Advisory Board.

    Under her leadership, Carlson was the first major North American travel and hospitality company to take a stand against the sexual exploitation of children in the travel industry. On behalf of the company, Nelson signed the travel industry’s international Code of Conduct to end child prostitution, child pornography and the trafficking of children for sexual purposes. Carlson also joined with the Queen of Sweden to co-found the World Childhood Foundation to protect street children around the world. In recognition of Carlson’s initiatives to protect children at risk from human trafficking, The White House honored the company in 2013 with the inaugural “Presidential Award for Extraordinary Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking.” In 2014, Nelson was chosen by a committee of Nobel Prize recipients to receive the “Oslo Business for Peace Award” which recognizes individual business leaders for their leadership in promoting responsible business practices. 

    In 2006, H.E. Jean-David Levitte, French Ambassador to the United States, inducted Nelson into the French Légion d’Honneur. The order recognizes citizens of France, and a select few others, for their exemplary leadership and service to humanity. She is also a member of the Royal Order of the North Star First Class, presented by the King and Queen of Sweden, the Order of the White Rose, Officer First Class, presented by the President of Finland and Commander of the Royal Norwegian Order of Merit presented by the King of Norway. 

    Nelson serves as Chair of Inspire Medical, Secretary of the National Endowment for Democracy and Co-Chair of the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee. Nelson is a former board member of the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy, ExxonMobil, the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and the United Nations Global Compact. She is former chair of the Minnesota Orchestra and Mayo Clinic Board of Trustees.

    Nelson graduated from Smith College with a degree in international economics and studied at the Sorbonne in Paris as well as the Institut des Hautes Etudes Economiques et Politiques in Geneva.

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  12. The Wisdom Series: Amanda Brinkman

    In partnership with the Women’s Foundation, The Lynhall is pleased to present the eleventh installment of The Wisdom Series with revolutionary brand marketer, Amanda Brinkman.

    Tickets are $25, with proceeds benefiting The Young Women’s Initiative of MN.

    Thank you to our media sponsor, Mpls St Paul Magazine.

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    About Amanda Brinkman

    Amanda Brinkman is a revolutionary brand marketer, passionate speaker and the creator, producer and co-host of the acclaimed “Small Business Revolution – Main Street” series on Hulu and SmallBusinessRevolution.org.

    Amanda’s career started at top ad agencies Fallon, Cohn & Wolfe London and McCann with campaigns for over a dozen brands such as Virgin Mobile, Reebok, NYSE, Colgate-Palmolive, H&R Block and her favorite client of all time – BMW on breakthrough work like the BMW Films. She then carved out a niche as an “intrapreneur,” cultivating creativity from the inside out at General Mills, Allianz and UnitedHealth Group. Amanda also serves on the boards of the Children’s Cancer Research Fund, Make-A-Wish, the Children’s Theatre Company, the Ordway, the Women’s Business Development Center Chicago and the Association of National Advertisers. She’s a trusted media source and a sought-after speaker, sharing her belief that all brands can “Do Well By Doing Good,” when they go beyond brand purpose and take meaningful brand action.

  13. October Wisdom Series: Senator David Durenberger

    In partnership with the Women’s Foundation, The Lynhall is pleased to present the eleventh installment of The Wisdom Series with former U.S. Senator, David Durenberger.

    Tickets are $25, with proceeds benefiting The Young Women’s Initiative of MN.

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    The Wisdom Series is presented in partnership with:

    About Senator David Durenberger

    Dave Durenberger represented Minnesota in the United States Senate for three terms after being elected in Nov 1978 to the unexpired term of Sen Hubert Humphrey which his wife Muriel had been appointed to fill on his death in Jan. 1978. He is the recent author, along with Lori Sturdevant, of When Republicans Were Progressive, a history of the successful contributions of Republican leaders in Minnesota from 1938 until 1998.

    Dave was born, raised and educated on the campus of St. John’s Abbey and University, served in the U.S. Army Reserve as the first officer graduated from the school’s Army ROTC program in 1955, and received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Minnesota in 1959. He practiced law with Harold LeVander in South St. Paul and served as Executive Secretary to Governor LeVander from 1966 to 1970. Thereafter Dave served as Director of Legal and Community Affairs at H B Fuller Co in St. Paul until his election to the Senate.

    Upon retirement from the Senate in 1995 he joined the faculty of the Opus College of Business at the University of St. Thomas where he chaired its National institute of Health Policy for 20 years. Dave and his wife Susan B. Foote are parents of six children and 14 grandchildren. Susan is the author last year of Crusade for Forgotten Souls the story of Minnesota’s historic efforts to reform its asylum system as a national model of systemic mental health reform. 

    The Senator’s book, besides being a unique history of the Republican Party of Minnesota, is a rare insight into how the faith journey of a U.S.Senator can influence both personal and international relations; in unexpected ways and by unorthodox means.

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