Come spend time with the MNRPCV community at one of our social events! If you have questions about an event, have an idea for a new event or would like to host an event with MNRPCV, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
Regular Social Events
Annual Membership Meeting & Potluck Picnic:
2022 Annual picnic details -
The Annual meeting will be on Sunday, August 28, from 11 am-2 pm at Wabun Picnic Area, Shelter F, Minnehaha Park. The address is 4655 46th Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55417
Please feel free to bring food to share or meat/vegan meat to throw on the grill. The board will be grilling hot dogs, brats, burgers, and vegan alternatives.
Held in late August, this picnic is when the board summarizes their work over the year and for members to elect a new board. This is the best time to renew your membership or become a member. Bring a dish or two to share.
The MNRPCV President is the contact for this event (email@example.com)
Happy Hours & Metro Dinners:
Monthly gatherings around the Cities, these are great events to attend if you are new to the area or a recently returned Peace Corps Volunteer. Come and enjoy food, beverages, and fellow MNRCPV stories! Each month typically has both a happy hour and metro dinner. Look in the bi-weekly newsletter, on Facebook, or the MNRPCV website for details regarding these events.
The MNRPCV Social Chair is the contact for these events. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Annual Holiday Party:
The biggest MNRPCV event of the year! Minnesota Returned Peace Corps Volunteers, with their friends and family, come together and enjoy a traditional potluck at the home of Charles and Terri Stander. Typically the first weekend in December, this event is a great place to meet new or recently returned MNRPCV members. Stick around for the always fun Peace Corps themed geography quiz!
The MNRPCV Social Chair is the contact for this event (email@example.com).
A yearly Minnesota Returned Peace Corps Volunteer winter get away weekend near Park Rapids, MN! The weekend is filled with activities such as cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, cooking (and eating!), board games and puzzles, and general relaxation. The lodge holds 35-40 people. Curt Rahman at firstname.lastname@example.org and Cindy Jurgensen at email@example.com are the contacts for this event.
Quarterly Fundraiser Dinners (on hold):
These regionally themed dinners help raise money for the MNRPCV Grants Program. Come with $10 or bring a dish to share!
The MNRPCV Fundraising Chair (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the contact for this event.