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A Night on 48th – November 2, 2019

The celebration takes place at Turtle Bread Company & Café Levain on Saturday, November 2nd, from 7–10 p.m. Tickets purchased in advance cost $15 &  $20 at the door – and include buffet of food, live music, silent auction and a wine raffle ticket. There will be a cash bar available. Space is limited, please purchase your ticket in advance ; tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Purchase your ticket online with the link below or by calling the office 612-721-5424.

 


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Silent auction

We are still accepting donation for and invite individuals and businesses to donate to the silent auction.

Items donated to the silent auction provide the opportunity for guests to shop locally, support our neighborhood, and score attractive products and services from nearby businesses and individuals. The silent auction is also an opportunity for an individual or business to donate an item that puts your name in front of 125 people. To learn more, contact program manager Stearline Rucker in the neighborhood office.

In addition to those who donate to the silent auction, the neighborhood greatly appreciates the sponsors of Night on 48th who make this annual event a big success, even before the first guest has entered the door! Please thank our sponsors when you patronize their businesses.

Our volunteer board members set up the event, provide hospitality during the event, and clean up afterward. If you would like to get involved to help host Night on 48th, please contact Stearline in the FRNNG office. (612) 721-5424; frnng@frnng.org

We’re eager to see you on Saturday, November 2nd. Invite a neighborhood friend and join us to have fun and raise money to keep our community safe, connected, and beautiful. 

Neighborhood Celebration & Parade

Join us for our annual celebration Saturday, June 1

You and your family are invited to join us for our 29th-annual neighborhood celebration!

Saturday, June 1. Rain date Saturday, June 8.

From 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
McRae Park, 906 East 47th Street, 55407

Join in the fun of pony rides, live music, a magician, free ice cream cones, games for kids, a giant bouncy house, urban chickens, face painting, exhibit lane, food trucks, a drawing for bike giveaways from Nokomis Cycle, and more, plus purchase raffle tickets to win a 55-inch TV.

The event will kick it off with a parade that everyone is invited to join. Lineup is at 10:45 at Field School parking lot, 46th Street and 4th Avenue, with the parade starting at 11 and ending at McRae Park.