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Lowry Hill Neighborhood Association 1st Annual Garage Sale

Sign Up! Lowry Hill & East Isles Neighborhood Garage Sale Sept 7th

July 30, 2019

Whether you’d like to sell or shop, save the date!  The Lowry Hill and East Isles Neighborhood Garage Sale will be Sept 7, 2019. If you want to sell we’ll list your address on the list and map. Details on how to sign up below. What is it? Our 3rd Annual Lowry Hill Neighborhood Garage…

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Lowry Hill Ice Cream Social

LHNA Ice Cream Social New Date: JULY 23

July 17, 2019

The Lowry Hill ice cream social has been rescheduled for Tues, July 23rd. Details below! Please join us for the annual LHNA Ice Cream Social.  All Lowry Hill residents are invited to this free event. Have a free treat, ice cream or a root beer float. Stop by for a short visit or hang out…

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Gardening Volunteers Needed

July 11, 2019

Friends of Thomas Lowry Park needs your efforts to help keep our park beautiful. When: SECOND Saturdays, 10:00 am – noon, July 13, Aug 10, Sept 14, Oct 12. Where: Meet under the pergola at Thomas Lowry Park, 900 Douglas Ave South, corner of Colfax and Douglas. What to bring: Tools, gloves, and water are…

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Seven Pools Restoration Project at Thomas Lowry Park

June 3, 2019

In 1922, Lowry Hill residents petitioned the park board to purchase a triangular parcel of land planned for commercial development. The park board agreed and assessed the cost of the project, over a period of ten years, to Lowry Hill residents. Thomas Lowry Park has had a legacy of public- private partnership from its inception,…

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2019 Yard Waste Pick Up Begins April 8th

May 31, 2019

Place compostable bags of yard waste, bundles of brush and reusable yard waste containers next to garbage carts by 6:00 a.m. on your regular garbage collection day. Use Kraft paper bags or compostable plastic bags labeled with the BPI logo (see it here).  State law prohibits using conventional plastic bags for yard waste. Reusable trash…

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Report Graffiti

May 31, 2019

Help keep our beautiful city clean, and report graffiti three easy ways: Report it online Call 311 Use the 311 app on your smartphone (you can include a photo in this option) Graffiti drives our property values down and attracts criminal activity. Learn more about reporting, preventing and removing graffiti (and how you can get…

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Backyard Fire Laws

May 31, 2019

Having a backyard recreational fire this spring? Follow the law and be a good neighbor. Following these laws will help keep Minneapolis neighborhoods safe and livable: Outdoor recreational fires are permitted between 9 a.m. and 10 p.m. Keep fire small: less than three feet in diameter and two feet high. Postpone a fire when Minneapolis…

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Lake of the Isles History

2019 Lake of the Isles History Walking Tour, Sunday June 2nd

May 23, 2019

Join us Sunday June 2, 2019 at 2:00 p.m.
 for a walk around Lake of the Isles. You’ll learn more about the history of Minneapolis, the historic homes and parks. Former history teacher Ben Olk, will share stories and details about stately houses around the lake. You’ll hear about the people who designed, built and originally…

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Drink and Dine at P.S. Steak June 9th and 10th! Portion of Proceeds will Support Neighborhood Greening Project

May 23, 2019

Join Green Minneapolis at P.S. Steak for a fundraiser to support the Hennepin-Lyndale Crossroads. Enjoy two nights of P.S. Steak’s amazing STEAK, SEAFOOD & COCKTAILS, and 5% of the proceeds will support this transformative neighborhood project. WHEN June 9 & 10, 2019 WHERE P.S. Steak | 510 Groveland Ave WHAT Drink and dine at P.S.…

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2019 Annual Meeting at Walker Art Center, Tuesday, May 14th

April 2, 2019

Once a year we hold a meeting for all Lowry Hill residents. The LHNA board presents an annual update about what we’ve been doing on behalf of the neighborhood and there will be elections for LHNA board seats. Government representatives usually attend so you have a chance to meet them too. All Lowry Hill residents…

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