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Friday April 18 Transition Longfellow Movie Night: The Economics of Happiness will be screened. Community potluck begins at 6:30pm and the film begins at 7:15pm at Bethany Lutheran Church (3901 36th Ave S). Discussion to follow. Neighborhood Office Hours: Senior Aide to Ward 12 Council Member Andrew Johnson, Ilhan Omar, will be at the LCC office (2727… Read more »
Would you like to be a better environmental steward and save money on your utilities? Home Energy Squad Enhanced is here to help. Our team of trusted energy consultants will come to your home, evaluate your energy savings opportunities, and install the energy-efficient materials of your choice. The visit lasts for about two hours and… Read more »
Home Burglary Prevention Workshop at Hiawatha School Park (4305 42nd St E) 6:30-7:30pm on Wednesday, April 16. Presented by LCC and MPD, Crime Prevention Specialist Shun Tillman will tell us about burglary prevention and ways to reduce the chances of being victimized. All Greater Longfellow Residents are welcome. Contact JoAnna with any questions (email@example.com, 612.722.4529 ext 11.)
Friday April 11 Last Friday Fish Dinner at Saint Albert the Great Catholic Church (2836 33rd Ave S). 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 7:30 pm, cash raffles. This was voted… Read more »
Representatives of Minneapolis neighborhood and cultural communities sit on the Neighborhood and Community Engagement Commission (NCEC) and 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. The Commission also works to broaden… Read more »
Friday April 4 Friday Fish Dinners at Saint Albert the Great Catholic Church (2836 33rd Ave S) are every Friday 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 7:30… Read more »
On Monday, March 24, residents gathered to discuss the issue of crime Greater Longfellow. The discussion was led by a six-member panel, including Ward 12 Council Member Andrew Johnson, Ward 2 Council Member Cam Gordon, and four representatives of the Minneapolis Police Department 3rd Precinct: Inspector Sullivan, Crime Prevention Specialist (CPS) Tillman, Lieutenant Lund, and… Read more »
Property owners who need to repair or replace their sanitary sewer lines may be able to get some help paying for that construction. The Metropolitan Council has made grant money available to cover a third of the cost, up to $2,000. Work eligible for the funding includes: Rehabilitation or replacement of sewer service lines from… Read more »
Do you love walking past beautiful vegetable gardens decked out with juicy tomatoes and delectable lettuces? Does your dream city include a vegetable garden, fruit trees and nut bushes in every yard? Chard Your Yard is Transition Longfellow’s way of promoting a more sustainable, resilient community one food garden at a time. There are lots of… Read more »
Friday March 28 Friday Fish Dinners at Saint Albert the Great Catholic Church (2836 33rd Ave S) are every Friday 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 7:30 pm,… Read more »
Dear Friends, Last month, I sent you a message saying that while warm weather was good news, potholes are not. Today, I would say the same thing. The flux in temperatures has continued to create potholes all across the area, as water gets into small cracks, freezes again, and then expands to create bigger cracks. When that happens over and over, the potholes get bigger and more numerous.
We are about one month away from the Annual No Pie Charts! Only Pie! Meeting and Pie Potluck on Tuesday, April 22nd at the Minnehaha Academy (North Campus, 3100 W River Pkwy). The Resource Fair will be open from 6pm-6:30pm, and the meeting will be 6:30-8:00pm.
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.
Community Crime Response Meeting On Monday, March 24th, from 6-8pm, the Longfellow Community Council, Ward 12 Council Member Andrew Johnson and Ward 2 Council Member Cam Gordon will be co-hosting a Community Crime Response Meeting at Brackett Park (2728 39th Ave S). As many of you are aware, Greater Longfellow has experienced a sharp increase in… Read more »