Annual Parade & Celebration Rescheduled for June 30

Field Regina Northrop has rescheduled its annual neighborhood celebration to Saturday, June 30, at McRae Park. The event will go on rain or shine, and will move inside to Field Community School, if need be. The celebration starts with a parade. The parade will feature marching drummers, dancers, local representa­tives and free candy for the […]

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Annual Celebration postponed

Due to the forecasted thunderstorms tomorrow the annual celebration and parade have been POSTPONED until a later date. We are very disappointed but are working on an alternate date and will publish something soon so stay tuned.

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Letter from the FRNNG President Willie Bridges

Hello FRN, I came across a letter that I had sent to Scott Benson, past city council member, a number of years ago, in 2001. In it, I was talking about the importance of our community having control of what we would like our community to look and be like. FRN, fast-forward to today, and […]

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Join Our Annual Neighborhood Celebration

Field Regina Northrop is hosting its annual neighborhood celebration on Saturday, June 2 at McRae Park. This event starts with a parade at 11 a.m., featuring marching drummers, dancers, and local, elected representatives. The parade ends at McRae Park, and it will kick-start the rest of the festivities. The carnival at the park includes live […]

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2018 FRNNG Board Election Results

The Field Regina Northrop Neighborhood annual meeting was held at McRae Park on April 26th. Attendees heard from our 8th and 11th ward city council members Andra Jenkins and Jeremy Schroeder, Hennepin County District 4 Commissioner Peter McLaughlin, and Inspector Michael Sullivan form the MPD 3rd Precinct. Issues discussed included the 35W project that is […]

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FRNNG Committee Meetings are Open to the Public

The Field Regina Northrop Neighborhood Group works to create a community with safe streets, quality schools, stable and well-maintained housing, supportive commercial businesses and parks and recreational facilities that can be enjoyed by all segments of the community. The FRNNG achieves these goals through the work of its committee. Each committee meets on a monthly basis, […]

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2018 FRNNG Board Elections

Last Updated April 7th, 2018.  The neighborhood relies on volunteers to operate and every year we host the annual neighborhood meeting to elect new members to the board of directors and plan for the year ahead. This year, the meeting will take place on Thursday, April 26, at McRae Park from 6:30 until 8 p.m. […]

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2018 Organics Recycling Workshops sign up

Hennepin County has funded seven community groups in 2018 to engage their audiences in learning about signing up for residential organics recycling programs. Field Regina Northrop Neighborhood Groups is sponsoring a series of workshops over the next six weeks on “How to do organic recycling,” and “How to Become an Organics Block leader.” Currently our […]

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2018 FRNNG Bylaws Update

As part of the 2018 FRNNG Annual Meeting on April 26th we will be proposing to update our bylaws to better reflect our current organization and goals. The language has also been edited to be more clear. Please click here to download a copy of the proposed bylaws. To view our current bylaws please click here. […]

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Apply for the Great Streets Improvement Program

FRNNG 2018 Improvement Façade Grant For Businesses FRNNG was awarded $34k in grant funds for 2018 Great Streets Improvement Facade Program. This grant is a first come, first served award.  The maximum grant award per business is $5,000.00. The Great Streets program aims to help revitalizes and sustain neighborhood business districts.  One component of the […]

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