You’re Invited to the 2022 Streets.mn Picnic!

Please join us as we travel to the Como Park Picnic Shelter for this year’s Streets.mn picnic on August 20, 2022 (starting at 4pm, but festivities will go until approximately 8pm).

We are providing grilled entrees with all the fixings, as well as canned beverages. You are encouraged (but not required!) to bring a potluck-style dish to share. While we are providing plates and utensils, we’d love to see our friends bring their own reusables. Family, friends, and leashed, friendly, pets are always welcome.

A panorama shows people gathered under a picnic pavilion for the 2019 Streets.mn picnic.
2019 picnic gathering of food, friends, bikes, and excellent conversations.


The event starts officially at 4pm with food being served shortly after. We will have music, chalk art, children’s activities, yard games, and plenty of streets goodness. Who knows, perhaps you will help us plan our future events or be inspired to write a new Streets.mn post!

Friends discussing at a picnic table with croquet mallets resting on it.
A group of friends from the 2019 picnic discuss streets-related goodness or perhaps their croquet strategies

We are excited to see how you travel to the picnic, whether you bike, walk, bus, roll or ride with a friend.

For Transit:

3A: Runs every 30 minutes (every hour after 7 PM) between downtown Minneapolis and downtown St. Paul. The 3A is the most convenient – the 3B and 3S are over a half-mile away at their closest point. Closest stop is Como Ave & Beulah Ln – just east of Hamline Ave.

83: Runs every 30 minutes along/near Lexington Ave. in St. Paul and Roseville. This connects to the Green Line at Lexington Ave. Station. Last bus southbound is just after 6:30 PM, last bus northbound leaves Lexington/University at 7 PM and Como Park shortly thereafter.


If you would like to volunteer to assist in bringing supplies, grilling with Mike, bringing yard games, or cleaning up after the event, please email jeb.rach@streets.mn

About Christina Neel

Christina moved to the Twin Cities from the Florida Keys in 2021 and fell completely in love with the area. She works as a City and Regional Planner and spends her days biking, singing, and hanging out with her cat named California.

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