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Twin Cities Medical Society is pleased to announce that Becky Timm has been named as the organization’s new CEO. Timm is a seasoned nonprofit executive, with 25 years of experience working in … more
Our board of directors is thrilled to announce to our neighbors the hire of new executive director Brandon Long. Brandon moved to the Highland neighborhood of Saint Paul from Iowa with his wife in … more
Over the course of two lengthy meetings in April, the Senate District 63 Democratic Farmer Labor (DFL) party held its endorsing convention and endorsed three candidates to the state legislature.On … more
We're excited to report that planning is already underway for Nokomis Days the first weekend in August!Last year, we had events in every corner of Nokomis East, from live music, sidewalk sales, and … more
Classics Lost ‘n’ Found Theater Company is pleased to announce their spring 2022 production, "The Miser" by Jean-Baptiste Moliere, honoring the playwright in the 400th anniversary of his … more
MAY DAY RETURNS MAY 1MayDay 2022 will look different from MayDays past. This year, instead of a parade there will be an art-filled political and cultural festival on May 1 from 1 to 4 p.m. in the … more
WALK FOR PEACE AROUND LAKE NOKOMISWhile some might consider their act of giving in May to be walking from door-to-door hanging gift baskets, at Lake Nokomis, Minneapolis you will find a whole … more
By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN Community members concerned that Lake Hiawatha may be reduced to nothing more than a holding pond gathered at Lake Hiawatha Park on April 16, 2022.They were there in … more
The state and city redistricting processes have concluded, and thousands of Minneapolis residents will be in new legislative districts for the upcoming Aug. 9 primary and Nov. 8 general elections. At … more
Like everyone else, a sock needs a friend. And with that in mind, Kia Heise and Chris D. Park wrote their second children’s book “Little Sock Makes a Friend.” The book by the … more
Join us on Saturday, April 23, from 4 -7 p.m. for the spring Food Truck Rally! Gather with our neighbors for great food, live music, lots of mingling, and raising funds for NENA’s community … more
New Leader for the 3rd Police PrecinctIn January, Interim Police Chief Amelia Huffman appointed Jose Gomez to be the new inspector of the Third Precinct to replace Sean McGinty who will be moving to … more
Are you interested in gardening, building community, and raising food for good local causes? You should get involved with the NENA Giving Garden at Trinity Lutheran Church of Minnehaha Falls (5212 … more
Help NENA plan for the future Our organization is collecting feedback from our community on how to right-size our organization and updated priorities. Please participate in NENA’s online survey … more
Bob’s Barber Shop on 34th Avenue and 50th Street is unlike many barbershops portrayed in popular media. In some ways, getting a haircut at Bob’s is more like spending time in the kitchen … more
A drive around the Nokomis East neighborhoods one morning with Janet Strom Nelson and her husband, Lee Nelson, could best be described as an affectionate reminiscence through a city retail area long … more
Metropolitan Council Environmental Services, which operates the regional wastewater collection and treatment system, received the Public Works Project of the Year Award on Nov. 19 from the Minnesota … more
New year, new lensJoin NENA’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee to start your year off with a renewed commitment to our community. We are hosting a free, online event on Wednesday, … more
We’re excited to announce our next initiative to support our vibrant Nokomis East business community! This winter, we’re kicking off THREE special efforts. Nokomis East Shopping … more
Help NENA plan for futureStarting this year, the city of Minneapolis changed its funding structure for neighborhood associations like NENA. We have a 40% cut this year, 60% in 2022, and an 80% cut … more
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