Wednesday, May 13, 7-9 PM, MLK Park, 41st & Nicollet
Community Conversations at 7 PM! Come meet Tim Schwarz the Election Specialist with the City to discuss Precinct numbers, issues, and potential changes for the 2016 election. PLUS hear from KFNA’s Project Organizer Cheryl DeGroff talking about current crime rates and changes over the last few years. Discussion will include how KFNA can support neighbors best related to crime in the community including the role social media plays in informing people of crime trends, but possibly also heightening fear and creating a perception that crime rates are on the rise.
Conversations will be followed by the regular KFNA Board meeting. The community is invited to stay if they are interested. If you have questions contact Executive Director Sarah Linnes-Robinson at email@example.com.
Read it first! Now available online at http://kingfield.org/newsletter/
Coming to homes soon via the good ol’ US Post!
Reposted from MINNPOST By Bill Lindeke | 03/20/15
A freeway pedestrian bridge is probably the least pleasant place to spend time in today’s modern city. Often they’re narrow, utilitarian spaces surrounded by wire mesh cages, and every moment you’re perched inside, the exhaust and sound of cars flood your senses. They’re often covered in graffiti, and to many they seem like the epitome of urban dilapidation. It’s hard to imagine a less appealing setting.
But at the same time, these simple bridges can be the only link between neighborhoods that were cut in two by freeways generations ago. After decades of neglect, state agencies and community groups are starting to rethink how we design and build pedestrian bridges over our ubiquitous freeways.
Read about some specific problem bridges including our own 40th Street Pedestrian Bridge: http://www.minnpost.com/…/rethinking-our-narrow-often-ugly-…
Wednesday April 15, 7 PM, MLK Park
Come out Wednesday, April 15th to help kick-off this year’s Kingfield Block Walkers! Join your neighbors at MLK Park at 7pm for information about this year’s Block Walkers’ activities. Minneapolis PD representatives will be there to help us learn how to be safe while walking through Kingfield as well as help understand areas in our area that can use some extra attention. Whether you want to walk for exercise, to socialize, or to help keep an eye on our neighborhood, there’s a spot for you with the Kingfield Block Walkers! Want more information? Visit http://kingfield.org/crime-and-safety/kingfield-block-walkers/
The Redevelopment Committee of KFNA will meet at 7 PM, Tuesday March 17 to review history and proposed plans for development for 15 West 37th street (behind Butter Bakery Cafe and Nicollet Square). The meeting will be held at MLK Park, 4055 Nicollet Ave S.
The community to welcome to attend, just please email KFNA at firstname.lastname@example.org to make sure we have seats and materials available.
Sun Street Breads, Patisserie 46, Bruegger’s Bagels, Grand Cafe, Royal Grounds Coffee and Rustica Bakery are all doing what they do best and BAKIN’ IT UP for Kingfield Empty Bowls tonight, 4-8 PM at MLK Park!
All proceeds go to Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative ‘s affordable housing site Nicollet Square that houses 42 youth in our neighborhood!
See you at tonight’s Kingfield Empty Bowls 2015 event! Questions? Contact Kingfield Neighborhood Association at email@example.com.
Empty Bowls is an event to build community & raise funds for NICOLLET SQUARE, a home for 42 formerly homeless youth in Kingfield managed by Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative.
Thursday February 5, 4-8 PM
MLK Park, 4055 Nicollet
Visit the Facebook event at to learn more about our participating local restaurants to date, including what they are making! Restaurant Supporters include:
The concept of the Kingfield Empty Bowls Event is simple: Attendees make a donation (suggested at $20 per bowl), select a beautiful handmade bowl donated by a local pottery artist, enjoy a hearty meal of soup and bread prepared by local restaurants and served by volunteers, and then keep their bowl as a reminder that many of our neighbors are in need of food and housing.