Cynthia Frost is a real estate agent, attorney and investor who has purchased and renovated dozens of homes in Minneapolis. She designed the Bargain Homes Tour™ to help people find, finance and fix a home or investment property. Cynthia’s favorite place to spend Saturday mornings is the Midtown Farmers Market and Midtown YWCA. She enjoys dining in neighborhood bistros across the city, boating the Mississippi River and singing with the Twin Cities Women’s Choir. Cynthia serves on the Board of Directors of the Corcoran Neighborhood Organization and chairs the CNO Housing Committee. Email Cynthia at Cynthia@MidtownMpls.com.
Reunión de miembros afiliados de Corcoran para el Cook- Off de Sopa y para la composición general del barrioMiércoles, 13 de noviembre 6:00-8:00 PMEntre para hacer sopa o simplemente para comer y elegir a los ganadores¿Quién hace la mejor sopa en Corcoran? Sea usted el juez cuando Corcoran Neighborhood Organization tenga su tercera competencia anual de sopa – Corcoran Soup Cook-Off! Todo sucede el miércoles, 13 de noviembre 6:00-8:00 PM en Corcoran Recreation Center, 3334 S. 20th Ave.Todos los residentes de Corcoran están invitados a participar o asistir en el Cook-Off . Las entradas serán recibidas a como llegan. Estamos tapando las entradas a diez. Continue Reading
I set out with map and camera in hand to tour community gardens in St Paul and Minneapolis on Saturday. I expected to see squash in bloom and tomatoes ripening on the vine. And I did. But what impressed me even more than the bounty of the gardens was the bounty I saw in social relationships: a sense of community in full bloom, a commitment to youth and a generosity that insists all people have locally-grown, healthy food, regardless of status or income.Ezra Blair spoke to me about growing up on the farm and knowing the hard work of it. When asked to coordinate the Project Sweetie Pie garden at North End Community Gardens, it wasn’t fond memories of farm life that brought him in. It was the chance to work with kids and to provide a level of support to them that might otherwise be absent. Michael Chaney and others developed the program to teach kids about work and give them skills in marketing and entrepreneurship, as well as growing food.Students from MCTC told me how community had come together from the variety of folks who cross a little piece of pavement every day in downtown Minneapolis: some living at the adjacent Drake Hotel at the edge of homelessness and others from luxury condos at Grant Park; students, church workers, and Ameriprise employees from across the street. The MCTC Urban Farm Collective gives away food every Wednesday in concert with Gethsemane Episcopal food shelf distribution.Jardin Paraiso was born out of a desire to build community and leadership amongst Latina women in south Minneapolis who were involved in Mujeres en Acción y Poder. Across cultures and social groups, new gardens spring up and long established gardens thrive, bringing people out of their homes and into community spaces to grow food, friendships and beauty. The Return of Idomeneo, a Picnic Operetta, by Mixed PrecipitationCommunity Garden Day is produced by Gardening Matters. For more information: http://email@example.com Continue Reading
Imagine stepping off the train at the Lake Street/Hiawatha station and boarding a street car to travel along the Midtown Greenway to Lake Calhoun and beyond. What would you like to see and do along the way? Perhaps stop for a bite to eat? Visit some artists’ studios? Or listen to music in a public plaza?