The next scheduled History Committee meeting will be held on Monday June 5, 2pm at Seward Neighborhood Group. 2323 E Franklin Av. 29th Ave.
Seward Neighborhood Group will hold its Annual Meeting on Wednesday, November 9th from 6-9 at Matthews Community Center. In addition to the traditional community potluck supper, silent auction, time to socialize, and Seward Spread Joy Fund announcement, SNG will report on the highlights of its 2015 program year. Elections for SNG’s Board of Directors will also be held. Mark your calendars now to save the date.
Everyone who lives, works, or owns property in Seward can become a member of SNG simply by signing up at the Annual Meeting. Although the organization always welcomes financial support, SNG membership is free. For more information about SNG, the Annual Meeting, or serving on the Board of Directors, contact Kerry Cashman at 612-338-6205 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join LCC and volunteers from the Neigbhorhood Development and Transportation Committee at the community meeting to learn about and give feedback on Wellington Management’s plans for the former Rainbow Foods.
The evening will include:
• Open house • Developer presentation
• Moderated Q&A • Community surveyds site.
When: Tuesday, August 29 at 6 PM – 8 PM.
Where: 2921 S 27th Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55406-1507, United States
It’s raining outside but tonight’s Seward History Walk will be held! We will convene indoors at Eagles #34. Join us for conversation and memories about this notorious district of Seward. Eagle Hall Minneapolis #34. 2507 East 25th Street. 7 PM.
The next scheduled Community Development Committee meeting is September 12, 7:00 pm at Matthews Center. 2318 29thAve. S. FFI, contact Doug Wise at email@example.com.
Join us for the next SNG Board Meeting of 2017 scheduled for August 23, 6:30 – 8:00 pm at Matthews Park, 2318 29th Ave. S. *Note earlier time due to Matthews Park Summer Hours.
August 9. 7PM
Do you have memories of, or stories from, your youth about this notorious district? At one time, this spot was the only place to get a legal drink in South Minneapolis because of the policy of Municipal patrol limits. Historically, The Hub was a concentrated entertainment area where paychecks were cashed and liquor flowed, the music played and fun and misbehaving flourished. Meet at the old hub of the hub at the Eagles #34
parking lot at 25th Avenue and 25th Street. We’ll walk over to the lone survivor of the hub’s heyday, the Hexagon Bar, and share some tales there.
Thank you to all of our Block club leaders who organized great NNO parties all over Seward. Creative ideas included chalk art, visits by council members, bicycle performances, a rented snow cone maker and storm drain cleanup. We also want to thank all the local businesses who donated prizes or food/drinks for our NNO raffles, these include the Seward Coop, Birchwood Café, Los Campeones, Peace Coffee, Welna II, Pizza Luce, Jim the Barber, K’uh Chocolate, Zipps Liquors and Shamrock Marketing.
On one block a MN Master Water Steward in the Mississippi River watershed coordinated a project that involved getting block party attendees to volunteer to clean up the storm drains and adopt them for keeping them clean. If you would like ideas on how to clean up the storm drains or how to adopt a drain email Kerry@sng.org
photo credits: Collin Moses
Wednesday, August 2: Historic & Contemporary Co-ops of Seward.
From our earliest years until today, co-operative organizations have provided important services to Seward residents. Local experts Pat Cumbie and Tom Pierson will lead the group. But we will have a few gems about Old Seward already lined up for you. Meet
in front of the Seward Cafe at Franklin and 22nd Avenues. 7 PM!