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 & Annual Meeting
Saturday, September 24, 2016
W 41st St Between Lyndale & Aldrich Ave S
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 11 am - Noon
Discussion of future neighborhood NRP (City Funds) spending
City Council Member updates
EHFNA Board Elections
(Childcare will be available for children 3 and over during the annual meeting)
BECOME 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
ph: 651.274.2565 email: email@example.com or
Neighborhood Block Party Noon - 4 pm
Local Bands Playing Live Music On the MPRB Showmobile Stage
Beautiful Grey - Big guitar 90’s alternative rock. Their influence by 90’s grunge and guitar rock is obvious and unabashed and the songwriting reflects what would have been heard on college radio in 1999.
Cabin 10 - Washburn High rock-n-roll
Karen Page with Bossa Jazz -- Brazilian jazz
Food and Beer
Great Food and beverages including beer will be available to purchase throughout the day
Harriet's Inn serving:(Credit and Cash Accepted)
3 Beer options - Lift Bridge Farm Girl, Grain Belt Nordeast and Bell's Two Hearted
Pulled smoked pork sandwiches (served with kettle chips)
Polish sausage on a bun with kraut and cheese sauce (served with kettle chips
Quinoa & blueberry salad (Vegan & Gluten Free)
Giant chocolate chip cookies & Pop
Kid's Activities including face painting, creation station, games, and bouncy house
$3 dollar wristbands good all day for all kid's activities (Credit and Cash Accepted)
(Children should be accompanied by parents or an adult)
Family Activities (New this Year)
Scavenger hunt (prizes)
City of Minneapolis Recycling
Southwest Business Association - Giving away a Kindle Fire
Bethlehem Lutheran Church
East Harriet Farmstead Neighborhood Association
Bring your own water bottle! Free water courtesy of Mpls TAP
Thank you to the following East Harriet Neighbors for their volunteer time over the past year planning and organizing this annual neighborhood event:
Jean Krantz-Swenson, Karen Heintz, Jenny Taplin, Melissa Gould, Ron Lagerquist and Bruce Wadman.
Bethlehem Church for the use of their exterior property, opening up their building and offering their help in making our event successful.
A special thanks to Maryjo Hackett of mjhackett design for volunteering her professional services to create the East Harriet Annual Meeting & Neighborhood Block Party postcard, doorhanger and flyer!
Thank You Event Sponsors
Boxing with Parkinson's
Wednesday, October 5 from 3-4 pm
Walker Methodist Health Center, 3737 Bryant Ave S.
Kim Heikkila with Uppercut Boxing Gym will be at the Parkinson's Cafe group at Walker Methodist Health Center to explain and demonstrate the benefits of the Rock Steady boxing program for people with Parkinson's Disease. Come join us and enjoy a cup of coffee too!
RSVP to Anne Tabat 612 804 7925. firstname.lastname@example.org
Free HES Visits and 0% for Income Qualifying Households
Initial Plans For Calhoun-Harriet Trail and Access Improvements First Meeting Oct 4
Date: Oct. 4 and November 9, 2016
Time: 6-8 pm
Location: Lyndale Farmstead Recreation Center
Address: 3900 Bryant Ave. S
Topic: Unveil and discuss concept plans for trail and access improvements around Lake Calhoun and Lake Harriet.
This is the first of two Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) community open houses to gather public input regarding proposed trail and access improvements along Lake Calhoun and Lake Harriet Bicycle and Pedestrian Trails.
These trail improvements seek to improve safety and overall usability. All are welcome to attend this open house and provide comment.
Upcoming EHFNA Meetings
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