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The Minneapolis RiverCurrent is a list of upcoming and ongoing events in Minneapolis and the surrounding area. Whether you’re looking for a craft beer festival or a place where the kids can run wild for an afternoon, this list has something for you!
Spring = Street Sweeping!
Here’s the info you need: Weather permitting, an annual rite of spring in Minneapolis is scheduled to begin Tuesday, April 14. Drivers should watch for temporary “No Parking” signs along these streets to avoid a ticket and tow. Through May 8, temporary “No Parking” signs will be posted at […]
Join us for Tangletown’s 2nd annual Green Day event!
Workshops, demos, children’s art activity, door prizes, pizza & cookies. Learn about keeping our bees healthy, home energy improvements, biking safety, rain gardens, composting, rain barrels, aquaponics, natural yard care, the City of Minneapolis’s organics recycling program and more.
Workshop schedule: *11:30am – Healthy Bees. […]
The Tangletown Neighborhood Association’s newly formed Sustainability Committee is hosting its first annual Green Day on Saturday, April 12 at Fuller Park from 11 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The event will feature information tables, presentations, demonstrations, drawings, games, prizes, children’s activities, and delicious refreshments (pizza and lemonade!). Come learn more about various topics such as […]
Tangletown and Hale Page Diamond Lake (HPDL) Neighborhood Associations are working together with the City of Minneapolis to bring organics recycling to our neighborhoods! We’re looking to create a free, local drop-off option for compostable materials as early as Spring 2014 and we need you!
If you live in Tangletown or HPDL, are interested […]
Tangletown neighborhood is partnering with Lynnhurst, Kenny, and Windom neighborhoods to develop a Neighborhood Priority Plan which suggests an approach to encouraging development specifically of a Special Services District for the area of Lyndale Avenue and 54th Street. Please review the NPP Plan Document to better understand the background and goals of this partnership and […]
Up to $2,500 available in matching funds
As property owners make plans for their gardens and landscaping this spring, the Minnehaha Creek Watershed District (MCWD) is kicking off a program that offers grants for projects that protect water resources by stabilizing shorelines and streambanks or utilizing stormwater best management practices (BMPs).
The MCWD’s Cost Share […]