Posts Categorized: Events

East Lake Library Book Sale

East Lake Library – Book Sale May 18-19 Saturday 10-5pm, Sunday noon to 5pm. East Lake Library’s spring book sale offers thousands of books for very cheap prices – hardcovers are $1 and paperbacks are 50 cents. All children’s books are 50 cents! $5 bag sales begin 3pm on Saturday and all day Sunday! It’s… Read more »

No Pie Charts, Only Pies! TOMORROW!

Longfellow Community Council’s Annual Meeting, No Pie Charts Only Pies, is happening tomorrow (Tuesday) evening! It’s a great time to get to know your neighbors, find out what is happening at LCC, browse the resource fair, and eat some pie! The resource fair starts at 6pm, Board elections start 6:30pm. Please bring a pie to… Read more »

All About Pie

From Wikipedia PIE A pie is a baked dish which is usually made of a pastry dough casing that covers or completely contains a filling of various sweet or savoury ingredients. Pies are defined by their crusts. A filled pie (also single-crust or bottom-crust), has pastry lining the baking dish, and the filling is placed… Read more »

Powderhorn Art Fair Seeking Artists

The Powderhorn Art Fair is Seeking Local Artists and Arts Organizations! Application Deadline is on May 1. Please Spread the Word! The Community Showcase is a celebration of the rich cultural life that surrounds Powderhorn Park and nourishes the community. Juried local artists participate in the Powderhorn Art Fair on a less formal basis a… Read more »

State of the River

How is our Mississippi River? “State of the River” presentation April 17 at Minnehaha Academy North Campus So, how is our Mississippi River? Is it okay to swim in? To eat the fish? Should I worry about Asian carp? How are the eagles? Recently the National Park Service (NPS) and Friends of the Mississippi River… Read more »

Friday Event Round Up

Longfellow Event Round Up 3-9-13 Click the link for the new feature–events round up! Oh, and happy Friday! And International Women’s Day! Here are pictures to go along with that: Photo Credit: http://instagram.com/p/Wb6h1Ngj_C/ http://worldhistoric.weebly.com/the-suffragettes.html

State of the River Event

The State of the Mississippi River 7-8pm Wednesday April 17th at Minnehaha Academy, North Campus 3100 W River Parkway. Please park in the East lot and enter at the clock tower door. Hope to see you there!

Got Milk?

Transition Longfellow needs your empty plastic gallon milk jugs.  On February 9th, Transition Longfellow will hold a winter seed sowing class.  The location has not yet been determined.  For more information on the class or to donate gallon milk jugs, please contact Leslie Mackenzie at leslie.mackenzie@gmail.com

Don’t forget the Annual Longfellow Corn Feed!

Who doesn’t love roasted corn?  Thursday August 9th is the Annual Longfellow Corn Feed at Longfellow Park at 3435 36th Avenue from 5:30 to 8:30. Come down to the park to eat delicious roasted corn and grab some goodies from local vendors. Local businesses and organizations will have tables with information and giveaways. Come and meet… Read more »

Facing Race – New Conversations

The Longfellow Community Council is proud to partner with the Saint Paul Foundation to offer Facing Race, a series of participatory, discussion-based, events that offer residents the opportunity to learn about race and racism and the impact it has on our community. LCC believes talking about race and racism is a good first step toward… Read more »

Upcoming Events

Rake for the River Community Clean Up The leaves are falling! We need your help to improve water quality. You get to have fun, build community, help the river and win great prizes! Win a pizza party or $75 gift certificates to local businesses! Organize your block, faith organization, school, or other group of volunteers… Read more »