NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES | Upcoming events in Standish-Ericsson

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Mark your calendars for these upcoming events happening in the Standish and Ericsson neighborhoods.

• Mosaic Festival & Car Show
Friday, May 18, 3:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m., Roosevelt High School
Join the Roosevelt community for a fun-filled afternoon of entertainment with music, dance, spoken word, skits and more. Visit over 30 booths filled with student artwork, soul and ethnic food, jewelry, greeting cards, gift ideas and other goods for sale during the event. Interact with community members and join in with the celebration of what the school and communities have to offer. Admission is free; tickets for the purchase of food and goods will be available at the event.

• Local Business Fair
Saturday June 9, 11-2 p.m. at Corcoran Park
This event will be a place for small business owners to showcase their services and goods. This event is being hosted by West of the Rail Business Association, Hiawatha Yoga and Laurel Clift of Arbonne. See westoftherail.org for more information. The fee for a table is $30 or $20 for business association members, and includes one 6′ banquet table, 2 chairs, advertising, snacks and coffee for guests.. Only one vendor per company/business type allowed.

• Neighborhood Blood Drive
Saturday, June 9, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m., Nokomis Pet Clinic
The Memorial Blood Center will stop by the Nokomis Pet Clinic on 42nd Street. For more information, contact Amos at 612-767-4546.

• 10th Annual Standish, Ericsson, and Corcoran Neighborhood Garage Sale
Saturday, June 9, 9 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
The “Standish, Ericsson, and Corcoran Neighborhood Garage Sale” is the largest community-wide garage sale in the city of Minneapolis, with 150+ sales each year. The map and guide to all of the sales will be available from 8:45-3:00 p.m. the day of the sale, at these sponsor locations:
• Hudson’s Ace Hardware (2900 E 42nd St)
• Citizen Café (2403 E 38th Street)
• The Corner Mini Market (3501 23rd Ave S)
• SENA office (1830 E 42nd St)

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