EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR POSITION NORTHFIELD UNION OF YOUTH Serving Northfield since 1993, the Northfield Union of Youth (NUY) runs The Key, the nation’s longest-running, youth-run youth center. The mission of the NUY is â€œto provide POWER and VOICE to area youth and create a caring communityâ€. As an organization for youth and by youth, the
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Do you have a talent, skill, or hobby, and a passion for working with young people? Mainstreet Mentors pairs Northfield area youth with caring adults in the community to learn a new trade or develop new skills, and NUY is always looking for volunteers to play a role in this process! Please contact Jake Mulford
After a over a yearlong hiatus, the website is back! You can look here for monthly updates, and, as always, check out our Facebook page, Northfield Union of Youth.
Brought to you by The Key and the Rotary Club of Northfield, KeyFest is a family friendly fundraiser featuring local bands, food, a live action, and kidsâ€™ activities. BANDS INCLUDE: Lonesome Shack (Seattle), Dewi Sant, Little Omar, Matt Arthur and Friends, Skeleton Club (fronted by Justin Plank of Gospel Gossip), Terry VanDeWalker (of the Big
Thanks to the entire town of Northfield for showing up and blowing up!
Do you skateboard? Do you want to be a part of a skate park video documentary? If yes, come to the Skate Park Coalition Meeting at the Key every Tuesday at 3:45pm to learn more. We need you to participate!
Check out these great pictures from the recent Zach Young, Andy Ulseth with Broken Bones and Dewi Sant concert! The show was on 4/7 and was a big hit.
Begining this Sunday (4/8), the Key will close at 8pm instead of 10pm. The Key is open 3-10pm Monday-Saturday and 3-8pm on Sundays.
High school seniors and recent graduates active at the Key are eligible for an awesome post-secondary scholarship — check it out: http://nfld.k12.mn.us/nhs/files/2012/02/Key-Scholarship-Form.pdf The purpose of this scholarship is to provide funds of up to $2000/year for a Northfield youth to be able to pursue post-secondary education. The scholarship is renewable for up to 3 years
Saturday, March 10th 7pm at the Key – $4 Join Guante, See More Perspective, Heidi Barton Stink and Kaoz for a night of hip hop. The Hip Hop Against Homophobia series has been going strong in the Twin Cities for three years now, featuring artists like Toki Wright, Mike Mictlan of Doomtree, Maria Isa and many