NENA Mission: To better the quality of life and build a sense of community pride ...
Starting in November, NENA will be offering two new grants for Nokomis Area businesses: the Marketing Matching Grant and the Business Partnerships Grant. The goals of these grant projects are to provide support for Nokomis East business districts, encourage business partnerships, and increase local customer traffic to our businesses. Nokomis East Marketing Matching Grant Businesses […]
NENA is pleased to announce the relaunch of its very popular home loan programs through its new partner the Center for Energy and Environment (CEE). NENA is now offering two home improvement loan programs. Homes in the Keewaydin, Minnehaha, Morris Park and Wenonah neighborhoods are eligible. Loan applications are processed on a first-come first served basis. […]
NENA is seeking applicants for the vacant At-Large Board seat. Applications are due on November 8, 2017. NENA is a growing community-based nonprofit organization serving four unique, welcoming neighborhoods with over 14,600 residents and dozens of businesses in the southeast corner of Minneapolis. NENA is dedicated to bettering the quality of life and building a […]
In September, Danielle Isaacson of Morris Park was appointed to fill a recently vacated seat on the Board of Directors. Danielle has been co-chair of the Green Initiatives Committee since 2015. Danielle has been a Morris Park resident for almost three years, and during this time, she has grown to greatly appreciate the neighborhood, its residents, and its […]
As the paint dries on the Bossen mural, it is time to celebrate! Join Nokomis East mural artist Victor Yepez and NENA for an open house. Meet our artists including Nokomis East mosaic expert Dani Bianchini, learn about the community process and celebrate the newest public art addition to our neighborhood. Bossen Mural Celebration Open House Tuesday, October […]
NENA presents the Minneapolis Monarch Festival on September 9 at beautiful Lake Nokomis! The annual Monarch Festival celebrates the monarch butterfly’s amazing migration from Minnesota to Mexico. Using art, music, dance, games, native plants, prairie tours and food, the festival raises awareness of the need to provide and protect monarch habitat. Festival Website