Welcome to the East Harriet Neighborhood
East Harriet is bordered by 36th Street on the north and 46th Street to the south. Lyndale Avenue is the eastern boundary; Lake Harriet and Lakewood Cemetery largely make up the western border of the neighborhood. In addition to these Minneapolis landmarks, Lyndale Park Gardens and Rose Gardens, the Thomas Sadler Roberts Bird Sanctuary are located within East Harriet. Many houses in the neighborhood are two-story homes, set back from the streets.
East Harriet Neighborhood Block Party and Annual Meeting Sept 27
Hang With Your East Harriet Neighbors!
Enjoy the last of the warm weather and spend a fun, family friendly fall afternoon of food, drink, games, information and visiting with friends at the East Harriet neighborhood party
Annual Meeting Noon - 1 pm
Board elections and updates from your elected officials:
Council Member Lisa Bender (Ward 10)
Council Member Palmisano (Ward 13)
Hennepin County Commissioner Marion Greene
One free beer ticket distributed to East Harriet residents (adults over 21) when they sign in at the beginning of the meeting!
Childcare will be available for children 3 and over during the annual meeting
Neighborhood Block Party 1 - 5 pm
On the MPRB Showmobile Stage
1-2 pm The Hell and the Quiet
2-4 pm KGB Band
4-5 pm Brianna Lane
Food Trucks and Beer
Great Food and beverages including beer will be available to purchase throughout the day
House of Hunger
Kid's Activities including face painting, creation station, games, and bouncy house
(Children should be accompanied by parents or an adult)
Vote Yes on 2 - Citizens for a Modern Minneapolis
Nokomis Chiropractic & Wellness
Lyndale Community School
VOA Southwest Senior Center
East Harriet Farmstead Neighborhood Association
Thank You Event Sponsors
Amigo Car Repair
Nokomis Chiropractic & Wellness
Studio 2 / DevJam
Anthony's Furniture Restoration
Vote Yes on 2 / Citizens for a Modern Minneapolis
South Lyndale Liquor
Consider Being an EHFNA Board Member
Board members represent decisions and help implement programs that make East Harriet a great place to live. Renters, homeowners, students, retirees...we want your voice to be heard! CONTACT: Adam Faitek Call: 651.274.2565 or email@example.com
Volunteers Needed for Neighborhood Party
We are looking for a few volunteers for the upcoming East Harriet Neighborhood Block Party, Saturday, September 27. Help is needed with set up, take down, assisting with the inflatable and children's games. Each shift is only 1 hour. Volunteering is as easy as clicking on the Volunteer Contact Form, select your event and time and submit. Or email Deb Schirber at firstname.lastname@example.org.
InnerCity Tennis Fall Program
InnerCity Tennis is gearing up for fall 2014! We are kick starting the season with our volunteers on September 10 with a volunteer get-together. Join us here at ICT at 5:30 for a meet and greet. For our youth, we have our Super Saturdays program which will start on September 20th. This is a free program where kids of all ages can come and enjoy playing tennis while socializing and having fun.
For information on how you can volunteer, please visit our website at www.innercitytennis.org.
MPRB Fall Activities Guide Available
The Minneapolis Parks & Recreation Board (MPRB) fall activities brochures are now available online and in print copy at your local recreation centers. Registration for fall programs begins on August 4 at 6pm.
View the electronic fall activities brochures online here and learn about hundreds of program offerings, including soccer at Lyndale Farmstead. Soccer coaches are needed. To volunteer, contact the staff at Lyndale Farmstead Park
Visit the ActiveNet Registration page to search and register for activities online. Enter activity key words or the five-digit activity number found in the brochure for activity details and quick registration.
Questions about any of the program offerings may be directed to the staff at any one of the recreation centers.
VOA Southwest Senior Center Newsletter
Click here to view the current newsletter and to find out about the exciting things happening this fall at the VOA SW Senior Center.
The Southwest Senior Center supports caregivers through their adult day program, DayElders and their social work services. If you or someone you know is giving care to a senior, they may not know about the options available to support them and the person for whom they are caring. SW Senior Center social worker, Linda Walker, can help people understand the resources available. In addition, the DayElders Adult Day Program provides activities and services for people 50 and older who need support during the day and/or whose family could benefit from respite.
For more information, contact Linda Walker about social work and Laura Campbell about the adult day program at 612-822-3194.
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