Sale-O-Rama June 2
See the map information for the participants that decided to go ahead with their garage sale anyway. saleorama_flyer_map_2018.pdf
East Harriet will collect the sale information including addresses and a list of general & specific items to create a map which will be posted on our website, facebook, Craigslist and in our eNews.
If you are interested in participating or would like to see Sale-O-Rama continue, would you provide feedback in the following short 3 question survey?
Based on the number of responses, we will decide on whether to hold the sale this year.
EHFNA at Open Streets 2013 on Lyndale
East Harriet Farmstead Neighborhood Association (EHFNA) board had a continuous line of area residents lined up at our tent on Sunday June 23 to get their free hotdog and lemonade. Board members chatted with neighbors while serving up almost 500 hotdogs and 20 gallons of lemonade! EHFNA has Open Streets on Lyndale.
East Harriet Neighborhood Walking Tours
Two dates have been scheduled for the tour:
Saturday, August 29 10 am to Noon
Col. Wm. S. King envisioned his 1870's countryside estate, Lyndale Farm, as one day being transformed into a public park and unrivaled residential setting at Lake Harriet. On this tour you will visit Lyndale Park and adjoining residences extending east from Lake Harriet, which were finally realized in the early 1900's just beyond King's lifetime. More details on the history of the area can be found here.
Tickets are available through the Preserve Minneapolis website.
Starting place will be at the intersection of Fremont Ave S and W 42nd St. Estimated walking distance is 1.5 miles. Wear comfortable shoes appropriate to walk across grass. Some unpaved routes and slopes within the park would be difficult for unassisted or motorized wheelchairs.
10 - 11 am
(followed by a guided tour of Lakewood's new Garden Mausoleum)
Lakewood Cemetery, Hennepin Ave S & 36th St
Lakewood's Garden Mausoleum reception room
- Ronald Gjerde, Jr., president, Lakewood Cemetery
- Meg Martin, Associate, Gray Plant Moot
- The benefits of planning ahead
- Memorial and cremation choices at Lakewood
- Legal advice and tools to help protect one's family, including powers of attorney, wills, trusts and health care directives
- How to organize information using an Emergency Record Guide; free guides will be available that include a checklist of things to do, memorial instructions, living will and more.
East Harriet & CARAG Garden Tour June 18, 20 & 22
The Garden Tour will take place on three separate dates with East Harriet gardens featured on June 20 and CARAG gardens featured on June 18 & 22:
- Saturday, June 18 - Meet at 10 am at Dunn Bros Coffee on 34th & Hennepin.
- Monday, June 20 - Meet at 6:30 pm at the Men's Garden located at the corner of King's Highway and Roseway.
- Wednesday June 22 - Meet at 6:30 pm at Bull Run Coffee on 34th & Lyndale Ave S.
Join us for one, two or all three days of garden fun. Meet new neighbors while touring several different gardens each night.
Contact Linda Bormann at 612.208.9318 if you have questions or would like more information.
Sale-O-Rama May 18
Walker Methodist Health Center Resident Gift Program
Help Make the New Community Mosaic at Upcoming Workshops
- Thu, November 15: 6:30PM @ VOA SW Senior Center (3612 Bryant Avenue S)
- Sat, November 17: 1:00PM @ MLK Park
- Friday, Nov 30, 8 pm @ MLK Park
- Tuesday, Dec. 11: 6:30 pm @MLK Park
East Harriet Sale-O-Rama Sat. May 21
Neighborhood Garage and Yard Sale
Saturday, May 21, 2011 • 9 am – 3 pm
Spring will soon be here and that means it's time to clean out your closets, basement and garage! Join us for the East Harriet Sale-O-Rama, our annual neighborhood garage and yard sale. This year we’re hoping to make this event the biggest, most successful Sale-O-Rama ever! And don’t forget – you’ll end up with clean closets, make some money and have FUN!
INTERESTED IN PARTICIPATING? SIGNING UP IS EASY!
1) Email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call (612-824-9350) to let us know you’re interested. Be sure to include your name, mailing address, phone number and email address.
2) Or you can simply print out the Sale-O-Rama registration form here.
3) Complete the registration form, which includes:
• Your contact information.
• Key items you’re selling (i.e., kids clothes, collectibles, books, queen size bed). This will be listed next to your address on the flyers.
4) Once you complete the registration form, mail it in to us no later than Wednesday, May 11th along with a $10 check made payable to “EHFNA.” Use the following EHFNA office address:
EHFNA “Sale-O-Rama”, Attention: Deb Schirber
East Harriet Farmstead Neighborhood Association
3612 Bryant Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55409
Note: Registrations received after Wednesday, May 11th will not be included in the ad.
WHAT DO YOU GET FOR YOUR $10?
• Advertising! Your address will be listed in our Garage Sale Ad in the StarTribune newspaper & website, Craigstlist, Facebook!
• Sale-O-Rama Flyers! A neighborhood map with all the participating households and key items will be listed. Each sale address will get a supply of the flyers to hand out.
• Clean closets. Make money. And have fun!
Don’t forget! The deadline to submit your registration and check for $10 is no later than Wednesday, May 11th.
Questions? Contact Deb Schirber, email@example.com, 612-824-9350.
Open Streets Big Success!
Lyndale Ave was blocked off from 22nd to 42nd Streets for people to run, bike, skate or walk for the first annual Open Streets Event or also referred to as ciclovia which translates to "bike path" in Spanish. This free, fun, family and pet friendly event allowed people young and old to take to the streets while engaging with other residents and businesses.
On the corner of 41st Street, East Harriet Farmstead Neighborhood Association's Community Building Committee provided supplies for kids to decorate their bikes. This was followed by a bike parade and a blessing of the bikes ceremony performed by Rev Beth Warpmaeker of Bethlehem Lutheran Church. The kids dismounted their bikes long enough to create chalk art in the streets and have their face painted while enjoying some refreshments. This turned out to be a fun event for all.
Other highlights along the route included a train of interconnected recumbent trikes, a full musical ban on a bike and a few hundred people doing yoga!
A big thank you to the Minneapolis Bicycle Coalition for organizing this big event and making it happen!
To view more photos, highlights and comments, visit the Open Streets website and facebook.
Click on Open Streets Minneapolis website and watch the video of last year's event to witness how much fun was had!
Visit East Harriet at Open Streets 2012!
East Harriet Farmstead Neighborhood Association (EHFNA) invites you to stop at our tent that will be set up in the parking lot of Parent's Auto at the corner of 36th & Lyndale. East Harriet sponsored events include bike decorating and a lemonade stand from 10-2. Free Hotdogs will be served beginning at noon to 2 pm or until we run out.
EHFNA would like to give East Harriet children ages 11 and under the opportunity to be entrepreneurs for the day and sell lemonade for a 30 minute to 1 hour shift. East Harriet will provide the stand, lemonade, and cups. The children will keep all profits from their lemonade sales during their shift. Parents must be present during this time. If you have a child interested in participating or if you are interested in volunteering and assisting
Lake Harriet Veterinary Blood Drive
One Minneapolis One Read Event
This event will occur Monday, October 24, 2011, 7:00 - 8:30 pm at the Theodore Wirth House, 3954 Bryant Ave S.
Using Michele Norris' book as a springboard, we will explore the themes of inclusion and exclusion: What events in the book resonate with our own experience? What is it like growing up as the Other? What does tolerance mean in a supposed post-racial age? Does the cost of secrecy sometimes outweigh the gift of silence? Does the author offer any insights into our silence around issues of race and ethnicity?
To assist in the discussion we will be joined by Whitney Harris, Executive Director, Diversity and Multiculturalism, Minnesota State Colleges and Universities.
Reservations are required. Please RSVP to Donovan Hart at firstname.lastname@example.org.
One Minneapolis, One Read
MPR News host Kerri Miller and Michele Norris will be discussing "The Grace of Silence" on Monday, October 3 at 7 pm at the Guthrie Theater. A dessert reception will follow. Tickets are on Sale now for $10 general admission and $5 for seniors, students and limited income. Tickets can be purchased at the Guthrie Theater's webpage or call 612.377.2224.
For more information on additional events, go to One Minneapolis, One Read webpage.
East Harriet Walking Tour
Date: Wednesday, July 27th
Time: 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Place: Intersection of Fremont Ave S & W 42nd St
Guide: Peter Sussman
Did you know that Col. Wm. S. King envisioned that his 1870's countryside estate, Lyndale Farm, would one day be transformed into a public park and an unrivaled residential setting at Lake Harriet. On this tour you will visit Lyndale Park and the adjoining section of stately residences just east of Lake Harriet - developments which were finally realized in the early 1900's.
Today Lyndale Park today features iconic gardens but from 1918 it was the setting of children's pageants attracting crowds of 10,000 spectators.
Nearby Fremont Avenue and East Harriet Boulevard appear a world apart, representing to this day some of the most gracious blocks of residences in Minneapolis.
The Walking Tours are co-sponsored by the Linden Hills History Study Group and the East Harriet Farmstead Neighborhood Association.
Cost: $5.00 Reserve in advance or pay at the tour: http://www.preserveminneapolis.org/community.php
Starting this summer, Preserve Minneapolis, a non-profit, volunteer organization of historic preservationists, has assumed responsibilities from the City of Minneapolis for the Minneapolis Walking Tours. Fees will be reinvested to fund the ongoing tour program.
Open Streets Event
Open Streets Event
Sunday, June 12
10 am to 2 pm
Lyndale Ave from 22nd St to 42nd St
Open Streets events, based on the Ciclovia that started in Bogota, Columbia, are becoming popular in many cities in the United States. The event allows bicyclists, pedestrians, skaters and wheelchair users to take over miles of streets to explore and enjoy their neighborhoods. This event brings families and neighbors together to mingle, recreate and shop in a safe car free environment.
Minneapolis is planning their first Open Streets event to take place on Sunday, June 12. The proposed route is Lyndale Ave from Franklin Ave to 42nd St.
Follow the progress of this event at Open Streets blog.
Lake Harriet Veterinary Blood Drive June 18
Lake Harriet Veterinary would like to thank everyone who can make it again!
1st Annual SW Neighborhood Dodgeball Invitational
A traveling neighborhood trophy will be presented to the winning team and a bowling party compliments of Bryant Bowl.
Click here to view and print a registration form. Deadline to register is May 6th.
For more information, contact Carmen Wilson at 612.290.8107.
Local Gallery Features Works of Elliot Erwitt
Blood Drive at Lake Harriet Veterinary
Register For 4th Annual Mpls Bike Tour
This scenic long course showcases several Minneapolis lakes and travels along the Minnehaha Creek and the Mississippi River.