Chance to Win Amazing Raffle Prizes at the streets.mn Fundraiser Party this Thursday

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In case you missed it, the annual streets.mn Winter Fundraiser Party is this Thursday at the Black Hart of Saint Paul. We hope you can come.

Just like last year, we’re having a gift raffle and there will be lots of great prizes available. In fact, you can do all your holiday shopping at the party!

Check out some of the great gifts:

  • A custom painting of your street or alley by plein air painter Phillip Carlton
  • Gift certificates from Mischief Toy Store
  • Dive Bar Tour and book package from Bill Lindeke
  • Beer from Summit Brewing
  • Beer from Bang Brewing
  • Artisanal Bicycle Decorating Kit
  • Bike Chain Jewelry
  • Whistler Soda from Blue Sun Soda Shop
  • Vintage Urbanism Maps
  • Handmade Local Infrastructure Art
  • Gift Card to the Black Hart of Saint Paul
  • And more surprise prizes to come!

All these could be yours if you get very lucky and come to the Fundraiser on Thursday!

Get your ticket today.

A ticket gets you:

  • two drinks or raffle tickets
  • food from the Black Sea Restaurant
  • and a Trivia Game Show hosted by David Zeller and featuring Ramsey County Commissioner Trista MatasCastillo, Saint Paul Council Member Mitra Jalali Nelson, streets.mn outgoing Board Chair Hannah Pritchard, and streets.mn outgoing Secretary Betsey Buckheit

A great deal! I hope you can make it, because tickets are limited. When they’re gone, they’re gone.

Special thanks to our generous sponsor, Nate Pentz and Pentz Homes! If you are looking at buying or selling a home, contact them today.

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* If you have income limits and would like to attend the party, please email blindeke@streets.mn to talk about volunteer opportunities and volunteer tickets. Don’t be shy!

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