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E-waste Collection Event JUNE 29 What do old cell phones, aging computers, and obsolete chargers have in common? They are all part of the e-waste problem in the U.S. According to a 2023 study, … more
Valerie Blomberg is the new Wedge Neighborhood Coordinator. She moved to Lowry Hill East (the Wedge) in 2019. She started volunteering with LHENA soon after, supporting the neighborhood potlucks that … more
  For the West Maka Ska Neighborhood’s third Neighborhood Talk, we are thrilled to host Kate Beane, PH.D! Join us on May 23 from 5-7 p.m. at the Bakken Museum (3537 Zenith Ave. S) as … more
GRAMMY RIDES ACROSS AMERICA Come laugh and learn with 66-year-old Donna Minter (aka Grammy) to discover her Big Hairy Audacious Goal (BHAG) to bicycle 3200 miles in Fall 2024 on the GRAMMY Ride … more
People throughout Southwest Minneapolis will be celebrating Neighborhood Day on May 11 this spring to connect residents and business owners to the work of neighborhood organizations in the … more
SWHS ROBOTICS TEAM Southwest High School’s robotics team is headed to Houston, Texas, to compete in the FIRST Robotic World Championship April 18-20, 2024. FIRST Robotics Competition is an … more
BIKEABLE SCULPTURE A new sculpture is on view - and available for biking - as part of the recent improvements project at Hall Park (1524 Aldrich Ave. N). During the project, a team from the … more
SAFETY WORK COMING TO STREETS Transportation planners with Minneapolis Public Works are co-coordinating traffic safety improvements 26th St./Dupont Ave, 26th St./Emerson Ave., 28th St./Dupont … more
Kingfield Empty Bowls Feb. 11 The 13th Annual Kingfield Empty Bowls event will take place on “Soup-er Bowl” Sunday, Feb. 11, 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Judson Memorial Baptist Church. … more
Imagine you are an older adult living in a low-income apartment complex in the heart of Minneapolis. You need help paying your monthly internet bill and learn about a low-cost internet discount … more
LIGHTS RIDE Bryn Mawr Bikes Lights Ride will go past cheerful holiday lights on Sunday, Dec. 17. The group will leave from the corner of W. Laurel Ave and Cedar Lake Road at 6 p.m. First time … more
BLAISDELL Y RENOVATIONS The Blaisdell Y is excited to share that they will undergo renovations to improve member experiences. The renovations will began the week of Monday, Nov. 27 and are … more
NATIVE AMERICAN AUTHOR NOV. 15 Duluth author Linda LeGarde Grover will be celebrating the publication of her newest novel, “A Song over Miskwaa Rapids” with Birchbark Books at their … more
Taco Tour On Lake Street Oct. 21 The Latino Economic Development Center (LEDC) is bringing back Taco Tour on Lake Street, an annual tradition since 1999. It will be on Saturday, Oct. 21 from 11 … more
SERIES ON PLANNING FOR END OF LIFE Diamond Lake Lutheran Church (5760 Portland Ave. S.) is hosting a series titled: Spoiler Alert – We All Die in the End: Resources for Being Ready on … more
MPLS For a Better Police Contract The organizations and individuals involved with MPLS for a Better Police Contract spent the spring and summer reviewing the Minneapolis Police Federation … more
CEDAR LAKE CHANNEL REOPENS The Cedar Lake (Kenilworth) Channel has reopened to recreational use. As part of the Green Line Extension (GLE) LRT Project, three new concrete bridges have been … more
MINNEAPOLIS INTERVIEW PROJECT SEPT. 14 The Minneapolis Interview Project in partnership with Hennepin History Museum will present an evening of real-life stories about social justice in Minneapolis. … more
Patrick Stephenson, a Minneapolis resident, peddled on his electric cargo bike from the Minnesota State Capitol, cheering as music blasted from DJ Eric on Saturday, June 17, 2023. The Joyful Riders … more
Richard Kronick (far right) discusses the seven flour mills that used to be located on Minnehaha Creek during a presentation on June 10, 2023 at Washburn Library.   It was the first event … more
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