Seward Neighborhood Group

Category: News and Events


The Seward Montessori Plant Sale!!

Believe it or not, spring is just around the corner. The Seward Montessori Plant Sale runs from February 25-March 18.  Turn your thoughts to fresh herbs, vibrant flowers, luxurious hanging baskets and sturdy native perennials. We feature many new annual…

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Franklin/Cedar/Minnehaha 2015 Redesign

If you bike, walk or drive on Franklin, Minnehaha or Cedar Ave. near the intersection of all 3 streets you may have notice what a mess this intersection is.  After years of discussion it looks like there will finally be…

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Seward Winter Frolic Kick-Off

Seward Winter Frolic Art Crawl
December 5th-6th, Kickoff Party December 4th

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Seward Spread Joy Fund applications due date extended!

The Seward Spread Joy Fund due date is now October 28th! See application and guidelines here: Guidelines fill out an application!

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2015 Garden Tour

Thursday, June 25 6-8pm

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Raingarden Workshop

Hosted by the SNG Environment Committee and Metro Blooms. June 22, 6:30-8pm at Matthews Park. FREE.

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Vehicle Security Checklist

Tips to prevent vehicle-related theft: Lock your vehicle to reduce opportunity of theft. Lock doors while driving and upon exiting the vehicle. Do not leave keys in your vehicle. Do not leave valuables in vehicles. This includes items such as…

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Fire Safety & Prevention Spring Cleanup List

Change your Smoke Alarm Batteries! – if you haven’t already done so (daylight savings is a reminder to “change your clock, change your batteries”), please change the batteries in your smoke alarms. If your smoke alarm is older than 7…

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Home Security Checklist

Are your doors locked whether you are in the house or not? Is your front door locked while you are in the back yard (and vice versa)? Do you lock your doors when you leave the house for even a…

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Register your Bike!

Do you plan on going for some springtime bike rides? Keep in mind that thousands of bikes are stolen in Minneapolis every year. Though many are recovered, most lack identification and are never returned to their owners. Find out how…

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