The July meeting of the Linden Hills Neighborhood Council is Tuesday, July 5 at 7pm at Linden Hills Park. Join us – all are welcome!
Expect great vintage finds from clothing, to accessories, to textiles and art at Tilia’s Pop-up Flea Market Sunday 6/25 from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at 2726 W. 43rd St. Plan to hit the Farmers’ Market and then the Flea Market for a beautiful day in the neighborhood. More details. Continue reading
National Night Out is an annual nationwide event that encourages residents to get out in the community, holding block parties and getting to know their neighbors as a way to encourage crime prevention.
Register for FREE by July 19 to close your block to traffic.
The three main invasive plants threatening native plants in the neighborhood are buckthorn, garlic mustard, and European bellflower.
Stop by for the ribbon-cutting ceremony from 8:00 to 9:30 a.m., where you can also sample local coffee and baked goods, and chat with the general manager and board of directors. Later in the day, from noon to 3:00 p.m., enjoy housemade brats cooked on the grill. Bring the kids to the Co+op Explorers corner… Continue reading
Avid birders have spent a century visiting the Roberts Bird Sanctuary, where they currently spot 220 different species. Read the Southwest Journal article about our beloved bird sanctuary. Continue reading
Registration is now open for adult, youth sailing lessons at Lake Harriet. Adult lessons run June 6 through mid-August. Youth lessons start June 13, through end of August. Register online Continue reading
Congratulations to JoEllen Haugo, recognized with a 2016 Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Award for her sustained energy and generosity as an educator supporting architectural historians and promoting and strengthening Hennepin County Library’s local history programs and resources. JoEllen is a co-chair of the Linden Hills History Study Group and is a Linden Hills Treasure! Continue reading
Does your property border on an alley? If so, consider finding out more about an innovative program Metro Blooms has working with neighbors along alleyways – we are creating pedestrian-friendly community spaces that provide habitat and protect water quality. Continue reading