June 2024 E-News

Elliot Park Neighborhood, Inc.


June 2024 E-News

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"Alone, we can do so little; together, we can do so much." - Helen Keller 

EPNI June Calendar

To request interpreting services or accommodations for these events, please contact [email protected]. Si aad u codsato turjubaan ama waafajin, fadlan la xiriir [email protected].

Please post & share this EPNI June Calendar flyer (PNG) (+PDF) with everyone & visit the EPNI Calendar for event details & to RSVP!

Wednesday, June 5th - FREE Community Coffee with the Elliot Park Coalition
9:00-10:30am • At Elliot Park Rec Center, 1000 E. 14th Ave.

ALL are welcome to join in a summer series of biweekly Wednesday morning community coffee hours at Elliot Park, to enjoy coffee, treats & community with your neighbors.

The June 5th coffee hour is hosted by Catholic Charities, member organization of the Elliot Park Coalition, working to explore and implement new ways to strengthen positive connection and activity as a way to improve safety in the neighborhood.

Saturday, June 8th - Tree Watering Party at Franklin Steele!
10:00am-12:00pm • At Franklin Steele Park, 1600 Portland Ave. S.

Saturday, June 8th - FREE JazzClectic Concert in the Park
Starts at 2:00pm • At Elliot Park Rec Center, 1000 E. 14th Ave.

Starting at 2pm on June 8thAbinnet Berhanu (brought to you by Jazz88 FM, ETBP, and EPNI) will be playing jazzy percussion in Elliot Park. Come out for a beautiful afternoon of meeting neighbors, enjoying the fresh air, and dancing along to the rhythm! This performance is free, open to all, and highlighting the great space in Elliot Park - we hope to see you there!

Tuesday, June 11th - Elliot Park Neighborhood Connection, Care & Cleanup Walk
4:00-5:15pm • At Elliot Park Rec Center, 1000 E. 14th Ave.

Understanding that the needs for Elliot Park neighborhood care and clean-up are ongoing, EPNI will host monthly Neighborhood Connection, Care & Cleanup Walks all are welcome to join throughout the summer, on the 2nd Tuesday of the month, June through September. We will meet at Elliot Park at 4pm to equip the group with a brief training and supplies, and decide the care & cleanup route, based on the greatest needs.

Wednesday, June 12th - Neighborhood Vitality & Land Use Joint Committees Meeting
6:30-8:00pm • At Elliot Park Rec Center, 1000 E. 14th Ave., or participate via Zoom:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84231574529 


ALL are welcome to join the now jointly meeting EPNI Neighborhood Vitality & Land Use Committees, to bring your ideas and and connect with your neighbors. This new joint committee structure creates your "one-stop shop" for Elliot Park Neighborhood involvement with new and ongoing neighborhood projects in service to our shared Elliot Park community. At the June 12th meeting:

- The Land Use & Transportation Committee will welcome two guest presenters:

1) Crowe Companies: Patrick Crowe will share a presentation and answer questions about the pending sale of the East Village Apartments from Aeon to Crowe Companies. Come learn more about the possible impact of the proposed sale on residents and the community, given the importance of preserving affordable housing at East Village.

2) Hennepin HealthCare will present and answer questions about their pending variance request for the replacement of the 8th Street & Chicago Ave. parking ramp with a larger ramp near Chicago Ave. & 9th Street. Hennepin Healthcare provided the following summary of their proposal they are seeking public input on:

Hennepin Healthcare and Hennepin County are developing a plan for a new inpatient hospital building on downtown campus. To make this possible, parking capacity currently served by the parking ramp on 8th Street and Chicago Avenue will need to be replaced nearby to accommodate employee, patient, and visitor parking that will be lost when the current ramp is taken down.

Hennepin Healthcare and Hennepin County are seeking community input on a proposal to build a replacement parking ramp, to include active street level liner space, on two surface parking lots near Chicago Ave. and 9th Street. This plan would not require removing buildings or displacing housing or businesses near the site. Originally, Hennepin County and Hennepin Healthcare considered expanding the parking ramp on 6th Street and Park Avenue, but that site is several blocks from the Clinic & Specialty Center and proposed inpatient building. County and health system leaders look forward to sharing details of the proposal and answering questions at this meeting.

- The Neighborhood Vitality Committee will review updates for upcoming Elliot Park Connection, Care & Cleanup Walks, and continue development of a community capacity-building training series and exploring the next steps of a possible neighborhood harm reduction project.

Bring your voice -- ALL are welcome! Questions or want to learn more? Contact [email protected] or call/text (612) 234-2280. See you there!

Monday, June 17th - EPNI Board Meeting
6:00-7:30pm • At Elliot Park Rec Center, 1000 E. 14th Ave.

Your voice matters, and your insights are invaluable. Join the EPNI monthly Board meeting to stay informed, share your ideas, and help shape the future of our community. Together, we can make our neighborhood an even better place to live. ALL are welcome -- see you there!

Wednesday, June 26th - FREE Community Coffee with the Elliot Park Coalition
9:00-10:30am • At Elliot Park Rec Center, 1000 E. 14th Ave.

ALL are welcome to join in a summer series of biweekly Wednesday morning community coffee hours at Elliot Park, to enjoy coffee, treats & community with your neighbors.

The June 26th coffee hour is hosted by EPNI, co-leader of the Elliot Park Coalition, working to explore and implement new ways to strengthen positive connection and activity as a way to improve safety in the neighborhood.

Do you have a suggestion or question for Elliot Park Neighborhood Inc.? Email [email protected] or text / call (612) 234-2280 and we will get back to you soon!


June Community Calendar 

Monday, June 3rd - Ward 6 City Councilmember Jamal Osman Community Office Hours • 3:00-4:00pm  At Lutunji's Palate, 1400 Park. Ave S. #1010

Come have a chat with your Ward 6 Councilmember Jamal Osman - The first & last Monday of each month, 3-4pm!

Tuesday, June 4th - Renter's Rights Resource Fair + Free Lunch • 10:30am-1:30pm • At Public Service Building, 1st floor, 505 S. 4th Ave.

Renters and property owners—don’t forget to join next Tuesday 6/4 for a free meal from Afro Deli and to connect with City and community resources. From Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid to the City’s Housing Liaison Team, we have a wide range of organizations available to help answer renting questions, address common issues and learn more about renter protections.

We hope to see you there! Event details:

  • Date: Tuesday, June 4, 2024
  • Time: 10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
  • Location: Minneapolis Public Service Building (first floor), 505 S 4th Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55415
  • Interpretation services will be provided.

Share the event with a neighbor and keep up to date by visiting the event’s Facebook page.

Wednesday, June 5th - Healthy Lungs for Life
9:00am-1:00pm • At HCMC Lawn, 730 S. 8th Street 

  • Connect with Hennepin Healthcare pulmonology providers and community experts
  • Discover how your lungs work in a giant inflatable lung
  • Move your body and work your lungs with low impact aerobics, Zumba and yoga (courtesy of our Integrative Health team)
  • Enjoy refreshments and interactive games
  • Complete a same-day lung screening, for eligible participants (50-77 years old; have a history of 20 pack-years of smoking; be a current smoker or quit less than 15 years ago)

Wednesday, June 5th - District 4 Dishes - Kickoff event: Free Food & District 4 Connection!
5:30-7:00pm • At Midtown Global Market, Central Court area, 920 E. Lake Street

We're excited to introduce District Dishes! D4 District Dishes is our new reoccurring event. Each District Dish will be in a different location, giving our office an opportunity to connect directly to you all! We will have free food and county resources available for residents! We are so excited to meet with you all soon!

Saturday, June 8th - Adventurama: An Amazing Urban Adventure Supporting Hennepin Healthcare • 9:30am-12:30pm • Start and end in Commons Park, 425 Portland Ave. S.


Join the Adventure on June 8. Register HERE for an amazing urban adventure supporting Hennepin Healthcare. Pick your partner to solve clues, complete challenges, and capture photos. Your journey begins in Commons Park and continues to 10 pit stops within a three-mile loop of HCMC. Enjoy a fun day out making a difference for the patients served by Hennepin Healthcare. Learn more & register HERE.

Monday, June 17th - FREE Elliot Park Summer Kickoff Community BBQ
5:30-8:30pm • At Elliot Park Rec Center, 1000 E. 14th Ave.

Come on out with your neighbors and celebrate the kickoff to summer with a BBQ at Elliot Park!

Friday, June 21st - Elliot Park Summer POP-UP for Teens & Youth
5:00-8:00pm • At Elliot Park Rec Center, 1000 E. 14th Ave.

The MPRB POP-UP PARK tent will burst with music, art, games, sports equipment, crafts, dance and more, and is staffed with fun, caring, energetic and positive adult/young adult staff who will ensure safe and engaging activities during the summer.

Monday, June 24th - Ward 6 City Councilmember Jamal Osman Community Office Hours • 3:00-4:00pm  At Lutunji's Palate, 1400 Park. Ave S. #1010

Come have a chat with your Ward 6 Councilmember Jamal Osman - The first & last Monday of each month, 3-4pm!

Summer TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS are the weekdays to be downtown for FREE fun! Check out the full summer Downtown Events Calendar HERE.

Nicollet X-Change Market: Tuesdays, 11:30am - 1:30pm  At Nicollet Mall between 8th St. and 9th St.: An open-air, pop-up marketplace for downtowners to engage in browsing and exchanging quality and quirky items.

Peavey Plaza Music Series (lineup HERE)Tuesdays & Thursdays, 12:00-1:00pm  At Peavey Plaza: Take a break outside during your lunch hour and enjoy FREE live local musical performances!

Food Trucks on Nicollet: Tuesdays - Thursdays, 11am - 1:30pm  At Nicollet Mall between 8th St. and 9th St.

Downtown Thursdays: Thursdays, 11:30am - 1:30pm  At Nicollet Mall between 6th St. & 10th St.: Downtown is the place to be on Thursdays! Downtown Thursdays feature food trucks, musical performances, games, giveaways and more along Nicollet Mall. 

Beyond the Box Performances: Select Thursdays, 12pm - 1pm  At Xcel Energy Plaza (Nicollet & 5th St.): Beyond the Box is an artist incubation opportunity in public, outdoor performance. Three artist groups will perform engaging productions for free to the downtown community on select Thursdays. Learn more about performance dates and times HERE.

EPNI Updates

Congratulations & welcome to the newest EPNI Board members elected at the May 20th Annual Social! 

A more broadly representative EPNI Board strengthens our Elliot Park neighborhood! 

EPNI celebrated a successful Elliot Park Annual Social & Board Election on Monday, May 20th, in the Stillman Community Room at the Hennepin Healthcare & Specialty Clinic - thank you to our gracious meeting hosts. 

At the meeting, EPNI members voted to affirm a Board vote to amend the EPNI Bylaws to expand the size of the EPNI Board to 20 members, in order to welcome ten new resident members, and two new organizational members to the Board of Directors. EPNI is excited to welcome such a broad range of new perspectives, ideas and energy that the new members will bring, in representing everyone who lives and works in Elliot Park.

Please help us congratulate and welcome this incredible group of incoming EPNI Board Members:

Newly Elected EPNI Resident Board Members:

Quinn Carr (he/him): I have been a resident here since May of 2020, and I would like to start taking a bigger role in serving this community. Elliot Park is a neighborhood with a lot to offer being close to downtown, having nice green space as well as a lot of room for people to live and work. I want to play a role in helping this community thrive while addressing larger challenges that we'll face when it comes to gentrification and having economic development that benefits people who live and work here now, improving green spaces and protecting what we already have, addressing economic insecurity and inequality in this area, as well as improving safety issues.

Dillon DeBoer (he/him): I am looking to get more connected to my local community and have been interested in finding a nonprofit to join. I have a passion in finding ways to address and assist the homeless population. I also believe we need to continue to reinvest and revitalize our neighborhood, while also being careful to not push out lower income wage earners (gentrification).

-  Gary Garrow Jr.: To help improve our safety and friendliness in the neighborhood.

Ben Horne (Resident and East Elliot Condos staff): Neighborhood environmental and energy justice campaign with my position at the US Dept. of Energy: rooftop solar, EV charge stations, and solar manufacturing project/workforce development project to alleviate poverty and accelerate the closure of the HERC incinerator. Also, I am the property manager of the East Elliot Condos and am concerned about the safety and prosperity of all in the community.

-  Barbara Lickness: I worked for the City of Minneapolis, Neighborhoods & Community Relations (NCR) for 20 years from 1994-2011 (and GE for 20 years before that). Elliot Park was one of my assigned neighborhoods at NCR, so I worked closely with the neighborhood on many projects, including the Band Box project. I also have family history in the neighborhood, as family members managed properties here when I was growing up. For these reasons, Elliot Park is a special neighborhood to me, and now I live in the neighborhood, since moving in a year ago. I was retired, but am now reactivated due to issues I’ve been hearing about, and I want to reconnect to help address these issues and strengthen the neighborhood, including helping to forge a connection between the Augustana community and the broader Elliot Park neighborhood.

- Nathan Malone (he/him): I live in the community and want to help Polish this gem so it shines like it should!

- David Malver: I'd like to be involved with my neighborhood.

- Emily Moews (she/her/hers): As an adult resident of Elliot Park with both my professional experience as a social worker with a lens that can see how systems interact with each other and my lens as a neighbor, I have noticed that there are things that we can do to make our neighborhood better, and I feel like I have a unique perspective and experience to be able to learn from others and advocate to get those things done! I was really excited to learn about the opportunities to advocate for us to get a grocery store, make our neighborhood cleaner and more beautiful, being a part of creating opportunities for a stronger community, and all kinds of other ideas. 

- Tamir Ali Mohamud: To obtain a position that will  utilize my skills and experience as a member of a quality team in an energetic environment that emphasizes my accomplishments, which highlight interpersonal communication skills, leadership,and the ability to translate and interpret in the following languages in English, Somali. 

- Dominique Rodriguez (she/her)  (Resident and Hennepin Healthcare staff): I would like to see a change in the area that I have worked in for the last almost 15 years, and lived in for almost 12 years. I would like to see it become what it once was. I want to feel safe again and want to be able to take a walk at 2am just because, or sit at the park during my lunch.

Newly Elected EPNI Organizational Board Members:

Camrin Hatchet (she/hers) (Catholic Charities): I would like to represent Catholic Charities on the board and be a voice for the organizations and neighborhood that we serve.

Buddy Heino (he/him/his)  (Aeon): To represent Aeon within the Elliot Park neighborhood.  I provide assistance in connecting tenants within Elliot Park to community resources as needed.  Joining the Elliot Park board of directors will enhance my connection to the community and individuals that I serve.

And sincere thanks to outgoing EPNI Board leaders for their service to Elliot Park

At the May 20th Annual Social & Elections, we also said goodbye and recognized the contributions of these outgoing EPNI Board members, completing their current terms:

- Kim Forbes (MN Adult & Teen Challenge), Outgoing EPNI Board President

- Chris DeLaurentis, Outgoing EPNI Board Treasurer

- Keith "Bam" Garner (North Central University)

- Mire Hersi (Property Owner)

- Patty Smith (Aeon)

We sincerely thank each of them for their contributions of their time, particular expertise, and collaboration to help guide EPNI through an uncertain time, in the aftermath of the pandemic, and into this next era of leadership and proactive neighborhood engagement. On behalf of the Elliot Park neighborhood they served, our deepest gratitude and best wishes to you.

THANK YOU to our neighbors and partners who made our Elliot Park Tree Canopy Project - Tree Planting a Success! 

. . . And we now invite neighborhood volunteers to help care for Elliot Park's newest 100 trees -- read on to sign up!


Huge thanks to the more than 50 residents, organizational and business partners who came together with EPNI and the Downtown Improvement District (DID) to plant 100 new trees in and around our Elliot Park neighborhood's parks, boulevards and residential properties, during our May 10th and 11th Tree Planting Events! Additional neighbors came out to enjoy breakfast treats, yard games and to connect with EPNI to celebrate Neighborhood Day on May 11th.

Thank you to all our Elliot Park Tree Canopy project partners and co-sponsors, including Downtown Improvement District (DID), FedEx, Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board, and TapMinneapolis.

Elliot Park Tree Canopy Project, Part II: Volunteers Needed to Water and Care for 100 new baby trees, this summer and beyond!

Now that we successfully got 100 new trees in the ground, the ongoing work of tree watering and care continues, and is critically important for good tree health, especially the first two years.
There are two fun and easy ways YOU can get involved to help our new Elliot Park Tree Canopy green and grow to health maturity:
1) Adopt a Tree! Sign up to Adopt your very own baby tree in Elliot Park, to commit to water and care for it, and win prizes! We'll connect with you to set up a watering plan, with the supplies you may need. Tree adopters are thanked with a $20 gift card for signing up, and can then enter their name for monthly $100 prize drawings this summer, each time you water your tree.  Sign up HERE to Adopt a Tree!
2) Attend a Tree Watering Party!  Come on out and join your neighbors for monthly tree watering parties (snacks & supplies provided) this summer, the 2nd Saturday of the month, 10:00am-12:00pm:

Sat. June 8th: @ Franklin Steele Park, 1600 Portland Ave. S.

Sat. July 13th: @ Currie Park, 500 15th Ave. S.

Sat. August 10th: @ Franklin Steele Park, 1600 Portland Ave. S.

Sat. Sept. 14th: @ Currie Park, 500 15th Ave. S. 

Join a Neighborhood Connection, Care & Cleanup Walk 4pm, the 2nd Tuesday of the Month this Summer!

Or want to lead your own walk?  Sign up HERE!

Understanding that the needs for Elliot Park neighborhood care and clean-up are ongoing, EPNI will host monthly Neighborhood Connection, Care & Cleanup Walks all are welcome to join throughout the summer, on the 2nd Tuesday of the month, from 4:00-5:15pm, meeting at the Elliot Park Rec Center, 1000 E. 14th Street:

- Tuesday, June 11th       - Tuesday, August 13th

- Tuesday, July 9th          - Tuesday, September 10th   

As the name indicates, these monthly walks go beyond the Cleanup! The walks are also a chance to intentionally connect with your neighbors outside, and to together show there are neighbors here to actively care for the neighborhood and the people who live here.

We additionally invite neighbors to sign up to lead their own small walks, so together, we can cover more ground in keeping Elliot Park well cared for. We'll provide training & supplies and, you let us know what additional support you may need, if any.  Teamwork makes the dream work! If you would like to schedule your own Neighborhood Connection, Care & Cleanup Walk, please fill out this quick form or reach out with questions! 

2024 Elliot Park Quick Resident Survey: 5 Questions, 10 Minutes --  Let YOUR Voice Be Heard - Survey HERE!

"There is no power for change greater than a community discovering what it cares about." – Margaret J. Wheatley

EPNI Renter's Corner

311: Did You Know . . . ?

311 is the remote access point for ALL non-emergency info & service requests

You can call 311 to:

- Report and get resolution to problems, and follow up on the status of issues

Remember - there are power in numbers. If a number of affected neighbors call 311 about the same issue, it may speed up response time.

- Find out about City services

- Get other city-related information

It's easy and accessible! Ways to contact 311:

- Call 311 / TTY: 612-263-6850: Monday-Friday, 7am-7pm

- Email: [email protected] 

- Text 311 or get the 311 mobile app 

If you need immediate emergency assistance, contact 911.

Report rental issues to 311

Contact 311 to report rental housing issues or speak to a housing liaison. You can also track complaints online on the 311 property complaint dashboard.

City & Community Updates

MPRB: Elliot Park & Rec Center CORNER

Elliot Park Playground & Park Improvements SURVEY


BACKGROUND on Elliot Park Improvements:

Beginning 2024, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) has funding to make park improvements to Elliot Park. Staff will be using the park plan design developed in 2017 as part of the Downtown Service Area Master Plan (DSAMP) as a framework for the work, and engagement this spring will inform next steps in the priorities and design.

MPRB is aware that safety concerns have arisen due to recent illicit activities happening on the east side of the park. Staff anticipates using these funds to activate the park and support increased safety.

Elliot Park Improvements Survey:

Sahanka Hagaajinta Beerta Elliot - Af-Soomaali:

We want to hear from you about what you want to see improved on the east side of the park in 2024 and 2025!

Take the Elliot Park Improvement Survey HERE!

Halkan ka qaad Sahanka Hagaajinta Elliot Park!

Check out the Elliot Park project page for more information: www.minneapolisparks.org/elliotpark  
Summer Pop-Ups at Elliot Park! 
Hey, Elliot Park youth & teens! Come check out these fun summer pop-ups on these summer Fridays at Elliot Park & Rec Center, 1000 E. 14th Street:
- Friday, June 21st, 5:00-8:00pm
- Friday, July July 19th, 5:00-8:00pm
- Friday, August 2nd, 5:00-8:00pm
- Friday, August 16th, 5:00-8:00pm

What’s that?  What’s going on?  If you hear music and laughter and see teens hanging around with smiles on their faces, an MPRB POP-UP PARK may have arrived in your neighborhood.  The POP-UP PARK tent will burst with music, art, games, sports equipment, crafts, dance and more, and literally will pop-up in neighborhoods that have been/are particularly challenged with street safety and transportation issues for teens, as well as at neighborhood park festivals and other community events to encourage teens to join in their community’s gatherings, and to learn about available resources. The MPRB Park Pop-Ups are staffed with fun, caring, energetic and positive adult/young adult staff who will ensure safe and engaging activities during the summer. 

Summer Youth Activities at Elliot Park!

Hey there, Elliot Park Youth -- Come kick off summer with a neighborhood BBQ and check out summer fishing, tree care club, and other fun activities. Browse & register HERE for Elliot Park summer programs at https://www.minneapolisparks.org/activities-events/ OR call Henry, Youth Program Coordinator: (612) 456-9793 to register or get more info!

What is Youthline?

Youthline is a youth enrichment track through MPRB that focuses on Teens and Tweens. Youthline staff lead activities on and off park sites with an emphasis on mentorship, youth leadership, life skills learning, and outdoor education adventures. Learn more and find participating sites at minneapolisparks.org and search Youthline.

Follow Elliot park and get updates on city wide Youthline events on Instagram



Got a great idea for adult programming you'd like to see at Elliot Park Rec Center? Let the park know: (612) 370-4772.

New Updates & Neighborhood Opportunities:

Volunteer to break down language barriers at your local food shelf!

Become a Spanish Specialist and bridge gaps of communication! Join the Shelf of Hope team with people who believe that all human beings deserve food and their basic needs met. You work directly with the people you are helping, face-to-face, building a caring and connective community. 

Every week at the Shelf of Hope, there is a large demand from people who only speak Spanish. We only have a handful of bilingual volunteers, which can make communication challenging.

We’re looking for bilingual volunteers to help serve shoppers who only speak Spanish at the Shelf of Hope! 

Spanish Specialist - Wednesdays

8:30AM - 10:30AM | 10:30AM - 12:30PM | or both slots

- Serve the community – high energy 

- Open and close preparation 

- Must be fluent in Spanish and English

Our neighbors are often alienated by stereotypes and misconceptions. This unique position gives you the opportunity to break down these misunderstandings and experience them for who they are: human beings .

Sign up to volunteer HERE! Volunteers must pass a background check, and be interviewed, and receive staff approval before starting. If you are interested, contact the Volunteer Manager: Noah Chan | 612 327 6389 | [email protected]

Legislative win for 2040 plan

The Minneapolis 2040 Comprehensive Plan was passed in 2019 and was the guiding vision for shaping how the city will grow and change for the next 20 years. This includes historic zoning reforms to allow for a diversity of use in all neighborhoods across the city.

In part due to the 2040 Plan, Minneapolis has seen record-breaking levels of affordable rental housing units produced in the past several years, while also keeping rents at some of the lowest rates in the country.

Read about the plan on the City website.

Check out the League of Women Voters Minneapolis second article in its 2024 Democracy Series: "We Are Secure In Our Votes. That Makes MN #1!" 

Ongoing Notices & Opportunities:

Want a free ride & a cleaner bus stop?  Adopt-a-Stop!

WHAT: Individuals and groups can "adopt" a Metro Transit bus stop to help keep it clean and cared for, and alert Metro Transit staff to special maintenance needs and reporting vandalism or suspicious activity. 

WHY: Help everyone have a safer ride experience and and get 10 free rides each month!

HOWLearn more and apply online for Metro Transit Adopt-A-Stop program HERE.

Want to partner through EPNI to Adopt-a-Stop? Come talk about it at the Land Use & Transportation committee meeting, or contact us at [email protected] or text/call 612-234-2280.


Shop the Mobile Market!

The Twin Cities Mobile Market continues on Wednesdays! You can find the bus at 1515 Park Ave. All are welcome to stop by and shop. The market has beautiful and affordable produce, meat, dairy, bread, and more.

You can view the full schedule here on the Park Center Hi-Rise site. Sign up for text updatesTo learn more about the Mobile Market, please visit thefoodgroupmn.org/twin-cities-mobile-market/.





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