Posts Categorized: Round Up

Weekly Events Round Up 3/7-3/13

Friday March 7 Friday Fish Dinners at Saint Albert the Great Catholic Church (2836 33rd Ave S) begin March 7 and go through April 11. Dinner is served from 4:30 to 7:30 pm: fried and baked tilapia, with mashed or hash brown potatoes, meatless spaghetti, coleslaw, rolls, homemade desserts and beverages. Mini-raffles, Bingo from 5:30 to… Read more »

Weekly Events Round Up 2.28-3.6

Friday February 28 POONIES performance at Patrick’s Cabaret (3010 Minnehaha Ave S) 8pm. After last year’s sold-out performances of POONIES at PATRICK’S CABARET, Minneapolis-based choreographer April Sellers returns with a new crop of performance artists. Joined this year by co-curator, Rebecca Kling, the performances will showcase the whole spectrum of LGBTQ lives through theatre, dance, performance… Read more »

Weekly Events Round Up 2/21-2/27

Friday February 21  Powerful Conversations with Transition Longfellow and Minneapolis Energy Options. This open discussion will cover topics including where our energy comes from, how energy is produced, distributed, and managed in our state, major changes in the energy industry and more. This event will take the place of the usual Transition Longfellow Movie Night, but… Read more »

Weekly Events Round Up 2/14-2/20

Friday February 14th Special Valentine’s Day Weekend at Junket: Tossed and Found (4047 Minnehaha Ave) Find new treasures in old things. More information here. Community Dinner at Minnehaha Free Space (3747 Minnehaha Ave) 5-8pm. A free meal will be prepared. Feel free to contribute a dish, bring an instrument, or just bring yourself. Saturday February 15 3-session Garden Design Workshop hosted… Read more »

Weekly Events Round Up 2/7-2/13

Saturday February 8 Lake Hiawatha Heartwarmer Winter Carnival,12pm-3pm at Lake Hiawatha. The event offers horse drawn hay rides, games and prizes, face painting, arts and crafts, live music, food, hot drinks, ice skating and more. Find out more, including where to park, here. Council Representative Andrew Johnson (Ward 12) open office hours at Turtle Bread (4205 E… Read more »

Weekly Events Round Up 1/31-2/6

Friday January 31 Harriet Brewing 3rd Anniversary Extravaganza at The Cedar (416 Cedar Ave S), doors open at 6pm and music starts at 7pm. For band information, a beer menu, and ticket information visit here. Taking Charge of Our Energy Future, A Powerful Conversation Series by Minneapolis Energy Future hosted at the Minnehaha Free Space (3747 Minnehaha… Read more »

Weekly Events Round Up 1/24-1/30

Friday January 24 Longfellow Park Fire and Ice Festival at Longfellow Recreation Center (3435 36th Ave S), 6-8pm. Enjoy ice skating, marshmallow roasting and hot chocolate. A hot dog/chip dinner meal will be available for $1.00. Dress warmly, this is an outdoor event! Community meal at Minnehaha Free Space (3747 Minnehaha Ave) 5-8pm. A free dinner will… Read more »

Weekly Events Round Up 12/13-12/19

Send in Your Events Soon! Have a holiday event you would like advertised? The next Round-Up will feature events from December 20-January 2. Please send events to Jessica (jessica@longfellow.org) by December 18th to have them featured in the Round Up and on the LCC website. Save the Date! LCC’s Annual Winter Warming Party will be on Tuesday,… Read more »

Weekly Round Up 12/3-12/12

Representative Needed The Neighborhood and Community Engagement Commission (NCEC) is a group of representatives of Minneapolis neighborhood and cultural communities brought together to advise the Mayor and City Council on a wide range of community engagement issues. The NCEC is responsible for developing guidelines for the City’s principal neighborhood funding program, the Community Participation Program… Read more »

LCC Weekly Events Round Up 11/22-12/2

Happy Thanksgiving! We hope your holiday is filled with joy and that everyone who is traveling stays safe. The LCC office will be closed Thursday November 28th and Friday the 29th. Friday November 22 Beez Kneez Kid’s Night Out! Children ages 6 and older are invited to the Honey House (2204 Minnehaha Ave) from 6-8pm for an… Read more »

Weekly Events Round Up 11/15-11/21

Thank You! Thank you to everyone who donated yesterday on Give to the Max Day! Minnesotans were so generous they crashed the GiveMN website for a few hours! If you were deterred by the site traffic yesterday, please consider giving to LCC today–everything counts in making our neighborhood a great place to live! Saturday November 16 Choose… Read more »

Weekly Events Round Up 11/8-11/14

Give to the Max is November 14 Give to the Max Minnesota is a day designated for nonprofits to connect with their supporters and have one day of celebrating the work that they do. Longfellow Community Council is continuously working towards improving the neighborhood’s livability–whether that means facilitating conversations with the City of Minneapolis and… Read more »

LCC Weekly Events Round Up 10/25-10/31

The Best Meeting Ever Thank you to everyone who came to The Best Meeting Ever! It was a blast and we are once again reassured that we are The Best Neighborhood Ever! Thank you especially to everyone who volunteered or donated to the event! Chili Cook Off The Longfellow Annual Chili Cook Off Fundraiser is… Read more »

Weekly Events Round Up

 Saturday October 12 Lake Nokomis Community School (5625 23rd Ave S) is hosting a celebration of the Keewaydin Campus expansion. The event starts at 8:45am. There will be a 15 minute ribbon cutting ceremony followed by a pancake breakfast, a Walk-A-Thon and tours of the school. More information here. Lady Slipper, a female vocal trio, will be performing… Read more »

LCC Weekly Event Round Up 10/4-10/10

Friday October 4 No Safety Net at Patrick’s Cabaret (3010 Minnehaha Ave S), 7:30pm, $10 admission. Patrick’s Cabaret’s core programming consists of Open Call Cabarets, each show generally consisting of six acts with a mix of experience levels and artistic disciplines. This show will feature storytelling, short film, spoken word, dance, photography, music and performance art. More… Read more »