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Elektra Cute Presents
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We know you’ve seen Elektra Cute, the Amped up Vamp.
The Tesla of Tease! The Twin Cities’ very own 100 Watt Woman!
And this Halloween, Elektra Cute Presents:
Trick or Treat
Looking for a way to spread your spooky spirit this weekend? Elektra Cute Presents is giving you the opportunity to get your scare on while donating some clothing and essentials to a good cause! Donations will be distributed between Minneapolis Sanctuary, Sexual Violence Center, George Floyd Square, and South Minneapolis Free Clothing!
No need to let your costume go to waste this quarantine! There will also be a photo costume contest for anyone who stops by! There will be prizes for the lucky winners! With all this excitement, your safety is still a top priority; please register beforehand as only 5 attendees will be admitted at a time. Masks will be required and hand sanitizer will be readily available on site! Please also note that there won’t be any food or drinks allowed inside. Sensitive to lighting? The awesome, low-impact set up will not include fog or strobes! For those of you who want to play it extra safe, there will even be a contactless drop off in case you were looking for a quick get away for your spook-tastic evening.
Queenie von Curves
Tre’ Da Marc
Bring These Things:
Masks & Face Shields
Unworn Socks & Underwear for all sizes and genders
Lightly used and comfortable/warm clothing
Boots, Hats, Mittens
Batteries (AAA, C, 9v, D)
Plastic Bins or Totes
Lanterns & Flashlights
Tents, Sleeping Bags, Pillows
Personal Care Items; Soap, Toothpaste, etc
Non perishable snacks, granola bars, water, sports drinks
Looking for more info check out their event page here.
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It is with great respect and humility that we acknowledge that we gather and create on the traditional land of the Dakota people and the many other tribes that have stewarded it for generations. This beautiful and often complicated city has been the ancestral home to the Dakota people, as well as a home to the Ojibwe (Anishinaabeg), Ho-Chunk, Cheyenne, Oto, Iowa, Sauk and Meskwaki people over generations. The continual strategic disenfranchisement of the colonial settlers on the native peoples of this land have diminished but not deterred the capacity for acknowledgement of the many gifts, strengths, voices, and achievements of the indigenous people that have come before, as well as those that remain in our communities.
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