Seward Neighborhood Group

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Cross Cultural Somali Program Opportunity At Mpls Community Ed

South Traditional Dance (Dhaanto) Discover a culture through dance.  Dhaanto is a style of Traditional folk dance specific to certain Somali speaking areas in the Horn region.  Regardless of who we are and where we came from we can find…

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Longfellow/Seward Senior Connections Newsletter

Check out their Fall 2018 Newsletter HERE.

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Seward Crime Hot Spots Map 2018

Your neighbors need you! We have had an uptick in crime in the area of Seward North of Franklin and East of Riverside Ave and in the Evergreen area by 24th Ave. and 24th St./  We want to make that…

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Agenda for Community Development Meeting 9/11/18

All are welcome to join us for the CDC Meeting Tuesday, September 11 at Matthews Center.  2318 29thAve. S.  See the meeting agenda HERE

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Grant Opportunity for Seward Residents

The Seward Spread Joy Fund (SSJF) has been made available by an anonymous donor for distribution by the Seward neighborhood Group. The SSJF is intended to help create unique and lasting experiences for members of the community. Each year the…

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Seward History Walk 8/29

Summer is ending and Wednesday will be the last Seward walk of the season, the rescheduled Bob Roscoe talk on this Wednesday, August 29, on “How to Read a House.” We will meet at the Birchwood Cafe at 7pm. 

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Wed. 8/22 History Walk Cancelled

Scheduling difficulties have led to the cancellation of this Wednesday’s, August 22, Seward walk. We will meet again at the Birchwood next week, August 29, for the rescheduled How to Read a Building event. Have a good week.

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Job Openings at SNG

Seward Neighborhood Group logo. Letters SNG in a red circle.

SNG and our neighborhood community have a history of welcoming and promoting diversity including but not limited to: race, ethnicity, religion, non-religion, culture, language, age, sexual orientation, gender, and socioeconomic status in our neighborhood.  We recognize that this diversity is…

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August 15 Seward History Walk

Learn about the diverse housing styles from Post World War II to today within a three block area in Seward. Why was this area open to new construction after the War continuing through to today? What did new construction materials…

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Open Streets Franklin Ave: August 26

Back again for 2018, Minneapolis residents will have the opportunity to explore and enjoy their neighborhood streets without the presence of motorized traffic at Open Streets Franklin! Open Streets is a free event bringing together community groups and local businesses…

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