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Hopkins Happy Hour and Bus Trip: Saturday, March 30th

Join your friends at streets.mn for a Hopkins happy hour + bus trip. In case you missed the Red Line ride, or the A Line ride, these are fun ways to learn about transit, hanging out with fellow transit nerds, and see new parts of the city that might be worth a gander. Here we’re […]

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streets.mn Happy Hour — Our First of 2019!

With the good news that the federal government shutdown finally is ending, at least temporarily, we are feeling celebratory. We haven’t seen one another this year yet, so let’s get together! Join us for our first streets.mn Happy Hour of 2019 on Thursday, February 7. We’ll be at downtown St. Paul’s newest brewery, Stacked Deck Brewing, […]

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streets.mn Brainstorm Happy Hour

Come to a happy hour hangout with streets.mn!

We’re re-writing our mission and could use your ideas to help shape our vision for Minnesota. Chat with members of the streets.mn Board, other writers, or just hangout at Urban Growler, a lovely brewery on the Saint Paul side of the Minneapolis border.

It’ll be from 6pm to 8pm. Come on down and hang out with streets.mn. We’ll brainstorm lists of post topics, and come up with as many answers to our Mission prompt as we can think of…

I hope to see you there.

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Tomorrow – streets.mn Brainstorm Happy Hour (and maybe board games)

You might have noticed, but streets.mn is changing it’s mission. We’re having an impromptu happy hour to hang out with readers, writers, and a few board members to chat about what you’d like to see and the process we’re using to generate our mission and values statements.   It sounds wonky but it’s not… For […]

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