The FRNNG Community and Safety Committee is hosting a neighborhood cleanup on Sat. July 28 from 10:00am – 12:00pm. We need your help! The event will spruce up your neighborhood and give you a chance to meet and work with your Regina neighbors.
We will meet at Evangelist Crusaders Church at 43074th Avenue at 10:00 am. The committee will assign streets to cover, and we’ll all work together to pick up loose debris and recycling materials from our boulevards and gutters.
To thank you for all your hard work, we are having BBQ afterward from 12:00-1:30 pm in the church parking lot. There will also be prize drawings! You can register for the cleanup by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or simply show up and join the fun!
The most popular amateur bike race in Minnesota is taking place this weekend. Come join your neighbors for the conclusion of the Big Waters Classic with the 2018 Southside Sprint on Sun. July 22. Each sprint starts at 48th Street and Chicago and follows a ¾ mile loop. The adult races kick off at 8:00 am and go until around 4:00 pm.
The kids’ race is at 2:30 pm. It is free to register, and kids ages 4-12 can register to join the race on the day of the event. There will also be family friendly activities going on all day. Kids can make art with their race numbers, practice their sidewalk art skills and have their faces painted.
Come see more than 400 amateur racers showcasing their speed and skill! Get more details at https://bigwatersclassic.com.
Join your neighbors at the Field Regina Northrop Neighborhood Group’s summer organics recycling workshop on Tuesday, July 17 at 7 p.m. at McRae Park. Organics recycling collection provides a convenient way to compost food scraps and leftovers, food-soiled papers (such as paper towels and pizza boxes) and much more. There is no additional charge for residents who live in single-family homes, duplexes, and triplexes to sign up for a green cart through the City of Minneapolis. And there are free local drop-off locations for anyone who lives in an apartment building. Your household may also save money each month if you can switch to a smaller garbage cart due to participating in organics recycling.
Thanks to support from Hennepin County’s Green Partners Grow grant and the City of Minneapolis, attendees will be able to pick up a free countertop organics bin, compostable bags, container labels, and a lawn sign to show their organics recycling pride. Whether you’re new to organics recycling, interested but not sure how to make it work at your house, looking for tips and tricks, or want to get involved by volunteering to help more of your neighbors get started, you won’t want to miss this workshop.
Volunteers needed: We need volunteers to help more of our Field Regina Northrop neighbors get started with organics recycling! We’ll cover a few quick and easy ways to do this on July 17. If you’re not able to attend the workshop but want to help out, please email email@example.com (or firstname.lastname@example.org ).