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
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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
On Saturday, February 25th the Key will be closed for a cleaning day. All who want to help clean anytime between 3-10pm are welcome to join! See you on Saturday…
Attention Northfield youth – Come to the Key on February 18th from 6-10pm for the annual I â™¥ N u Y event! There will be a dance party, cotton candy, live DJ, action photo booth and a live auction! Best of all it is FO FREE! See you then
The Dream Wall (from 303) has been reinstalled at the new Key! Finally! May all of your dreams come true!
On January 27th at 7pm the Key is hosting Minneapolis based rapper/mc ECID. Check out the link below to sample some of his music. The show is only $5 so show up ready for a great show! *Normal Key rules apply – cigarettes and other substances are not tolerated in or around the Key. If you are seen
Starting January 4th, 2012 The Key has created an interim youth board with entirely new members! Come down to The Key board meeting on Wednesday at 3:45pm for more information. To see a list of the new interim board members, check out the “Youth Board” page.
On Thursday, December 22nd come down to the Key at 6pm for the hip-hop blowout! Come see local artists perform FOR FREE and sign up to perform. It’s going to be a good time, so come on down this Thursday.
Book club is currently reading the wonderful “Motorcycle Diaries” by the revolutionary Che Guevara. It chronicles Che’s pre-Cuban revolutionary life by describing his adventures with companion Alberto as they traverse the South American countryside. Next week we’ll start reading Aldous Huxley’s classic “Brave New World!” Interested youth should come to the Key on Monday nights
WHO KILLED MR. BODY?! Was it Colonel Mustard, with the wrench, in the conservatory? Find out at The Key on Tuesday, July 12th, from 7-10pm, for another special Family Game Night event! Join us for a night of high fashion, sophisticated eats, murder, and the best board game on the market. Dress as one of