Shingle Creek Tiny Fields Project
Things are growing in the Shingle Creek neighborhood! 19 new Tiny Fields gardens were planted this spring with the help of SCNA Board member and committee Chair Larry Bontreger and Victory Neighborhood Association Emily Organ's help! Many thanks to them and our local "urban farmers" for choosing to grow something in Shingle Creek!
The Tour de Camden is celebrating its 10th year!
SCNA is so excited to be celebrating our 10th year of this event! Dust off your bike seat, pump up the tires, and register by July 14th at http://tinyurl.com/znd283w for this year's Tour de Camden on July 16th, 2016 at Creekview Park at 9 am-Noon!
National Night Out Registration
The 33rd Annual Minneapolis National Night Out
Tuesday, August 2, 2016
National Night Out is an annual nationwide event that encourages residents to get out in the community, holding block parties and getting to know their neighbors as a way to encourage crime prevention. It's a great way to promote community-police partnerships and enjoy a Minnesota summer evening surrounded by friends and family. For more information, contact SCNA and find out ways you can get started!
As with many past National Night Outs, Minneapolis was ranked #1 among all U.S. cities over 250,000 population in 2015. The best crime prevention it's said is getting to know your neighbors! This is a great way to do just that! Give us a call or email if you have questions about how to get started!
SCNA is organized to be a voice of the community, to advocate and promote the Shingle Creek neighborhood, to improve neighborhood livability and economic opportunities, to involve and empower residents and to promote the safety and health of our community and its residents.