The Holland neighborhood in Northeast Minneapolis will once again host its Hotdish Revolution on April 30. This year’s event will be held at the Grace Center (former Holland School), 1500 6th Street Northeast on Saturday April 30.
According to Jennifer Arave, Holland Board Member, last year’s Hotdish Revolution was a huge success for the Holland neighborhood. 80 people entered the competition.
Arave said that they have added a few new things to this year’s event. The Holland neighborhood is also collaborating with the Northeast Dinner Bell Meals on Wheels in order to generate awareness about the organization. Secret special awards will also be presented to the winners of the Hotdish Revolution this year.
The Jolly Groggers and accordion player Dan Turpening will provide live music inside. Saxophonist, Mary Murphy, will welcome guests to the event outside.
The Hotdish Revolution is an annual fundraiser for the Holland Neighborhood. Bring in your favorite hotdish and you will receive $5 off entry to the event. This year’s categories include: Spicy, Tater Tot, Vegetarian, Quintessential, I Made It Myself (Kids 15 and Under) & Jello!
As always celebrity judges (kept secret) will judge the entries.
You can drop off your hotdish (11″ x 13″ pan) starting at 4:00 and no later than 4:30. General admission begins at 5:00 p.m.
Beverages compliments of Central Avenue Liquors and Grumpy’s, will be served.
Raffles of prizes have been donated from area businesses: Central Avenue Liquors, River Liquors, Good Carma, Mill City Cafe, Ritz Theater, Matchbox Coffee, Sharpe Barbers, NE Social, Fried Bologna, Modern Cafe, Eastside Co-op, Movables, Easel Street and many more.
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