In September 2022, on the final weekend, I decided to ride my bike from St. Paul to the Minnesota Renaissance Festival. This year, it’s your turn!
The Streets.mn picnic has become an annual tradition every August and a great way to come together as a community.
The Streets.mn January meetup will be at the Art Shanty Projects on Lake Harriet this Saturday, January 28, followed by a social hour (or two) at Wooden Ship!
Streets.mn will celebrate the D Line, running from Brooklyn Center to the Mall of America, with a ride, talk and treats on Saturday, December 17.
Streets.mn’s carefully curated, highly partisan collection of both serious and fun-loving events, community meetings and opportunities for engagement.
Streets.mn’s carefully curated, highly partisan collection of both serious and fun-loving events, community meetings and opportunities for engagement that we think will interest our readers.
Join us as we travel to the Como Park Picnic Shelter for this year’s Streets.mn Picnic on August 20th, 2022!
Join us at Open Streets Franklin this year on Sunday, July 10! This year’s event spans East Franklin Avenue from Portland Avenue to 26th Avenue. Mingle in motion with us, starting at the west end and meandering east to reconvene on the west end in Seward. From there, we’ll venture off Franklin for a little stroll down Milwaukee Avenue, a biker- and ped-friendly mall and Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places.
Well it’s been way way too long since we had a streets.mn Happy Hour hangout. Let’s get together at Venn Brewing, conveniently located at the junction of the Blue Line and the A Line, in the heart of the new-housing-rich 48th and Minnehaha area of Minneapolis. You throw a rock these days, you’ll hit a […]
Have you ever driven, ridden or walked around in Duluth and noticed how Interstate 35 cuts through the city almost impenetrably? Perhaps you have noticed the sheer scale of the freeway and overpasses and their seeming lack of relation to the context of the human-scaled surroundings? Maybe you wish there were more natural spaces, softer […]