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April 2015

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Weekly Events Round Up April 17-23

General Information Longfellow Community Council’s Annual No Pie Charts! Only Pies! Meeting and Pie Potluck at Minnehaha Academy, North Campus (3100 West River Parkway), on Tuesday April 21st. A Resource Fair will be from 5:30-6:30, and the meeting 6:30-8pm. Join your neighbors for updates on LCC’s activities, board elections, pie and the largest neighborhood selfie! RSVP… Read more »

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Street Sweeping Begins

This message was sent to LCC from the Neighborhood and Community Relations Department of Minneapolis and is being reposted here for public information.  Dear Neighborhood Leader, Weather permitting, an annual rite of spring in Minneapolis is scheduled to begin today, Tuesday, April 14. That’s when Public Works crews will start a comprehensive sweeping of city… Read more »

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Weekly Events Round Up April 10-16

General Information Sign up for Organic Recycling Pick Up today! The City of Minneapolis will start picking up organic waste separately from recycling and trash starting in August if homes opt-in to the program. Learn more here. Alternately, organics drop off at South Transfer Station (2850 20th Avenue South) is open to residents Tuesday-Friday from 12:30-7:30pm and… Read more »

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Weekly Events Round Up April 3-9

General Information The Longfellow Community Council is seeking applicants for a new Communications and Events Manager. Read about the job duties and how to apply here. Applications are due by April 10th. Sign up for Organic Recycling Pick Up today! The City of Minneapolis will start picking up organic waste separately from recycling and trash starting… Read more »

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MN Transportation Museum Seeking Volunteers

The Minnesota Transportation Museum is looking for volunteers to help create a welcoming environment and provide friendly, warm, outgoing visitor services at the Minnehaha Depot, located in Minnehaha Park.   Volunteers will interpret the history of the Depot, and other sites (Steven’s and Longfellow Houses, Wedding Pergola, Park Pavilion, various statues, the Minnehaha Falls, and other… Read more »

March 2015

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Chard Your Yard 2015 Sign Up Begins April 1st

This post is from Transition Longfellow. Read the original post here.   A home garden improves our health and community resilience in so many ways. It reduces the carbon footprint of your food. It encourages healthy outdoor activity. And it provides families with food with the highest nutritional content. You can really taste that difference… Read more »

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