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The Nokomis East Neighborhood Association and Metro Blooms are hosting a Bike Tour of existing Blooming Alleys at 6 pm on Thursday, July 14th. We’ll meet at the Sandcastle restaurant (4955 W. Lake Nokomis Pkwy) on the west side of the lake and take a bike tour of five Blooming Alleys near Lake Nokomis. We’ll stop along the […]
2016 National Night Out (NNO) is on August 2, 2016 National Night Out is an annual nationwide event that encourages residents to get out in the community, holding block parties and getting to know their neighbors as a way to encourage crime prevention. It’s a great way to promote community-police partnerships and enjoy a Minnesota […]
NENA is thrilled to announce the newest addition to our staff. Karla Arredondo joined us as the new Community Organizer on May 25, 2016. Karla is a lifelong Minneapolis resident and has recently graduated from Augsburg College with a double major in Sociology and Metro Urban Studies. She describes her passion as living within the community and the rich history […]
On Saturday, May 21, we moved to a new office. After 21 years on 50th Street, NENA moved to the Morris Park neighborhood on 54th Street and 43rd Avenue. During the month of May, we renovated the old Hiawatha Bicycle shop into our new office. This larger space allows us to host Board and community meetings. […]
The South Service Area Master Plan (SSAMP) Community Advisory Committee (CAC) is recommending that the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) approve master plans for most south side parks. This includes Keeywadin and Morris Parks, as well as the 54th and Shoreview Triangle. The MPRB is seeking comment on its draft plan for all parks south […]
The annual NENA garage sale brings buyers and sellers together for a neighborhood wide event. Whether you’re looking to clean out the basement or seeking reasonably priced hidden treasures, this is the event for you, your friends and family. Latest garage sale listings