2016 LEAP in the Fight Against Hunger | Feb 29, 2016

Horizons Unlimited is the only culturally sensitive food shelf in the west metro serving the urban American Indian population. The food shelf typically serves about 500 people each month and relies on the support of the community to keep the shelves stocked and the doors open.


WHAT: A fundraiser for Horizons Unlimited, the Division of Indian Work food shelf Hosted by Stacey Thunder, producer, television host, actress, and attorney

WHEN: Leap Year Day, Monday, February 29, 2016 TIME: 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. WHERE: Hell's Kitchen, 80 South Ninth Street, Minneapolis



  • Butch Thompson
  • SOPRANORAMA! Featuring Molly Sue McDonald, Janis Hardy and Dan Chouinard
  • Ojibwe rapper Tall Paul
  • Connie Evingson
  • Dennis Spears
  • Peter Ostroushko


  • Minnesota Wild gift pack
  • Signed copies of Louise Erdrich novels 
  • A Prairie Home Companion gift pack
  • Reproduction of “Picture Rock at Crooked Lake” oil painting by Frances Lee Jacques
  • Use of vacation homes in Taos, Belize & Mexico
  • Dinner with author William Kent Krueger
  • Personalized poem for any occasion written by Kim Blaeser, Wisconsin Poet Laureate
  • Original artwork by Margaret Carroll
  • Original artwork by Julie Buffalohead
  • Jungle Theatre tickets to any show
  • Northland Visions gift pack 
  • Coursed dinner at Rock Elm Tavern w/ wine & beer pairings
  • Free homemade dessert once a month for 12 months from Lisa McDonald Haskell’s Gift Basket
  • More to be announced


Parking available in the Metro ramp on 9th Street Take the elevator in the Metro ramp down to Hell's Kitchen


  • Soule & Stull Dorsey
  • The Jacobson Law Firm
  • Bowman and Brooke Best & Flanagan
  • Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota
  • Schmitt Music
  • Gustafson & Gluek, PLCC
  • Bald Eagle Erectors
  • Lommen Abdo
  • Geraghty, O’Laughlin and Kenny Professional Association
  • Provost Building Services
  • Janis & Al Hardy