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August 2014


Funds Available for Homeowners and Rental Property Owners Affected by June Flooding Minnesota Housing loan programs offer up to $70,000 in assistance St. Paul, Minn. – Residents affected by June flooding in Carver, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott and Wright counties may be eligible for state loans up to $70,000 through Minnesota Housing. Funds are for capital… Read more »


Message from the President of LCC

President’s Message Eric Day, President of the Board The start of the Minnesota State Fair means two things: 1) You can eat anything imaginable fried on a stick, and 2) It’s back to school. I hope you all had a great summer and created lots of great memories, not only at the lakes and cabins,… Read more »


Weekly Events Round Up August 28- September 4

Friday August 29 Tom, Dick, & Harry live performance and family picnic at Minnehaha Falls Park (4801 South Minnehaha Park Drive), 7pm. This event is free and open to all ages as part of the Movies and Music in the Park series. Je t’aime, Je t’aime screening throughout the weekend at Trylon Microcinema (3258 Minnehaha Avenue). For tickets and showtimes… Read more »


Junket to Expand Operation to 5 days per week

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Junket Expands from Twice-Monthly Occasional Sale to Traditional Retail Venue, Sponsors LoLA Art Crawl, Welcomes Artist-In-Residence Meg Erke MINNEAPOLIS/ST. PAUL (August 20, 2014) Recognizing that creative inspiration strikes more often than just two weekends a month, Minnehaha Avenue’s rapidly-growing creativity-meets-reuse retailer, Junket: Tossed & Found, announced today – after a successful summer-long… Read more »


Weekly Events Round Up August 22-28

Friday August 22 Minneapolis 3rd Precinct Crime Report. Mystery Men screening at Lake Harriet Bandshell (4135 West Lake Harriet Pkwy) as part of the Minneapolis Music and Movies in the Parks series. Movies begin 15 minutes after dusk. For more information visit here. Lingua Luna live performance and family picnic at Minnehaha Falls Park (4801 South Minnehaha Park Drive), 7pm…. Read more »


Compost in Minneapolis for Residents

Whether you have your own compost bin or not, you can drop off compostable material at two sites in Minneapolis. Your food scraps, eggshells, coffee grounds and pizza boxes – even meats, bones, dairy and some other items that backyard composting can’t manage – can go to: Pearl Park (register to participate). South Transfer Station… Read more »