Past Events


  • LPNA General Meeting, Wednesday November 28th, 6:30pm @ Logan Park, childcare provided – IDEAS & Priorities discussion and review

  • LPNA Board Meeting, Wednesday November 7th, 6pm @ Logan Park
  • LPNA General Meeting, Wednesday October 17th, 7pm @ Logan Park, childcare provided
  • Clean Sweep, Saturday October 6th, 9amClean Sweep October 6th, 2018 Poster


  • Indeed Fundraiser, Wed September 26th 3-11pm, Bingo from 6-9

Indeed We Can Fundraiser

  • LPNA General Meeting, Wednesday September 19th, 7pm @ Logan Park, childcare available – Jeff Washburne – City of Lakes Landtrust, Charlie Nestor, Highlight Center Parking Lot Upgrades, Steven Gallagher, NCR Neighborhoods 2020, Marcus Mills NCEC
  • Broadway Street Taskforce, Thursday September 20th @ Clare Housing  6:30pm
  • LPNA Board Meeting, Wednesday September 12th, 6pm @ Logan Park
  • Broadway Street Task Force, Thursday July 26th, 6pm @ Clare Housing
  • NE Farmer’s Market Table, Saturday July 28th, Volunteers Needed!
  • Logan Legacy Task Force Traffic & Safety Work Group, Thursday August 2nd, 6pm @ WORKSHOP building, 1300 Quincy
  • Open Streets NE, Sunday August 5th, 11-5pm, 13th & Monroe
  • LPNA General Meeting, Wednesday July 18th, 7pm @ Logan Park, childcare available – IDEAS Meeting!  LPNA priorities survey review

Thank you to our Open Streets Volunteers!

Logan Park Priorities and Ideas Meeting July 18th LPNA has almost $150,000 of funding available for programming and projects. In order to use these funds, we must follow a city outlined process to ensure robust community engagement in determining priorities. In December 2017, LPNA sent out surveys to identify neighborhood priorities. Priorities ranked as follows: Infrastructure Environment Housing Park Related Projects Arts & Culture Senior Issues The next step in the process is to hold a community meeting to present and discuss programming and project ideas. We will open up the July meeting to present findings of the survey and hear your ideas. Ideas will be reviewed and discussed further at a fall community meeting. A committee will then identify resources needed for the programs/projects and bring to the board for approval. Have an idea you want to implement? Come to our July meeting and tell us about it!

  • Logan Legacy Task Force Cultural Design Work group, Wednesday July 11th, 6pm @ Logan Park
  • LPNA Board Meeting, Wednesday July 11th, 7pm @ Logan Park
  • Shakespeare in the Park, Saturday June 16th 7pm @ Logan Park The Cromulent Shakespeare Company will perform The Taming of the Shrew, free. Bring a blanket or lawn chair.
  • Street Safety Committee,  Wednesday June 20th 6pm @Logan Park
  • LPNA General Meeting, Wednesday June 20th 7pm @ Logan Park, childcare available, Jami Olson from Popol Vuh Restaurant, Shafer/Richardson Developers, City of Minneapolis Organics team
  • Logan Legacy Task Force Traffic & Safety Work Group, Thursday June 28th, 6pm @ WORKSHOP building, 1300 Quincy
  • Logan Legacy Street Taskforce, Group 2,  Wednesday June 6th, 6pm @ Logan Park
  • LPNA Board Meeting, Wednesday June 6th,  7pm @ Logan Park
  • Legacy Street Taskforce, Group 2,  Monday May 21st 7pm Meet at Able Brewery for walking tour, then meeting around 7:30 at Uppercut
  • Legacy Street Taskforce Group 1, Wednesday May 23rd Noon @ Able
  • LPNA Annual Meeting, Wednesday May 16th  7pm @ Logan Park  (Childcare provided
  • Board Meeting,  Wednesday May 2nd  7pm @ Logan Park
  • Clean Sweep, Saturday May 5th 9am-1pm  Volunteers Needed!

Clean Sweep May 5th 2018 9am-1pm

Logan Park Legacy Street Task Force, Monday April 23rd 7pm @ the Highlight Center  General Conference Room (807 Broadway)

Pool Committee Meeting, Wednesday April 25th  6pm @ Logan Park childcare available   Guest: Louis Peters from Mpls Parks Dept to present wading pool plans

Street Safety Committee Meeting,  Wednesday April 18th 6-7pm @ Logan park

Community  Meeting, Wednesday April 18th, 7pm @ Logan Park, childcare provided

Community  Meeting, Wednesday March 21st, 7pm @ Logan Park, childcare provided


  • Sophia Faacks, South High School student, requesting endorsement for climate change issue,
    David Aiekens, Upcoming Area MnDOT Projects
    Tom Holmes, Zan Associates. 35W project, south of downtown.
    Michael Tolan, Preservation Alliance of Minnesota, Logan Park History Project Update/Recap
    Joshua Howe ( Optimistic Partners , 712 15th Avenue NE)


Community  Meeting, Wednesday Feb 21st, 7pm @ Logan Park, childcare provided

  • Agenda:
    Legislative Information Management System (LIMS) Presentation, City of Minneapolis
    Alicia Whitmore, Prepare and Prosper Tax Preparation
    Susan Liesch, Jetset Bar, potential relocation to Quincy Street
    Joshua Howe ( Optimistic Partners, 712 15th Avenue NE)
    Quincy Hall
  • Board Meeting, Wednesday, Feb 7th, 7pm @ Logan Park
  • Street Safety Committee, Thursday, Feb 1st 6pm @ Logan Park, guest Kevin Reich


  • Wed 12.6 Street Safety Committee Meeting, 6pm @ LoganPark
  • Wed 12.6, Special Board Meeting  7pm @ Logan Park
  • Sun 12.17 Lights of Logan, have lights on by 5pm

Wed Nov 15th, General Meeting 7pm @ Logan Park, Nick Juarez, Crime Prevention Specialist

Thank you clean sweep volunteers! poster
Thank you clean sweep volunteers!
  • Wed 10.11 Finance Committee  7pm @ Able Brewery
  • Wed 10.18  LPNA General Meeting @7pm (childcare provided) , Maureen Bowman, 911 Services, Jeff Narabrook  Minneapolis Election Services, Nate Fowler, FairVote MN

Clean Sweep — October 7th 2017

Poster containing following text: Save the Date! Clean Sweep October 7th 2017 9 am to 1pm

>Clean Sweep October 7th 2017

  • Wed 9.20 LPNA General Meeting  @7pm (childcare provided)  Agenda:  Presenter Marsha Gagnon,  Community Action Partnership of Hennepin County

Indeed We Can Fundraiser for LPNA

August 23rd 3-11pm

Join us for a night of Bingo and Beer at Indeed Brewing!

Indeed has selected Logan Park Neighborhood Association for its “Indeed we Can” give back program, net proceeds from the evening will be donated to LPNA.

Wednesday August 23rd, 3-11pm
Bar Bingo: 6-9pm

LPNA will be hosting bingo thanks to our generous business and community members:

Hillcrest Development ~ MN Twins Tickets for the Champions Club*
Red’s Savoy Pizza
Emily’s Lebanese Deli
Diamonds Coffee Shoppe
Al’s Breakfast
MAYA Cuisine
Steller Hair Company
Minneapolis Make
Ideal Diner
The Mill Northeast
Matchbox Coffee Shop
Northeast Minneapolis Tool Library
Butcher and The Boar
Aki’s BreadHaus – German Style Baking
Sen Yai Sen Lek – Thai Rice & Noodles

*Hillcrest Development has generously donated:
2-Twins Tickets to the Champions Club and a Voucher for Valet Parking for the August 30th, 7pm game v. the Chicago White Sox! This exciting bingo prize will be the coverall. The price to play this game is $5. Anyone hoping to win this highly-exclusive prize, valued at over $400 must have their hand stamped by 7:15 pm to play the coverall.For information check out:

Poster: Raise a Glass to Raise Funds for Your Neighborhood, Indeed Brewing, August 23rd, 2017
Indeed Fundraiser 8.23.17

Wednesday July 19th 6pm @ Logan – Bylaws Committee Meeting (before general meeting)

Wednesday July 19th Meeting: Open House and Meet & Greet
Meet your neighbors!  Bring your questions and ideas!
We will host a raffle for 5 Logan Park T-shirts!!
(must be present to win)

Logan Park Rec Center,7pm  childcare provided
(no meeting in August)


Saturday July 29th- Hosting a table at the NE Farmer’s Market  

Wed June 21st, Logan Park General Meeting [email protected] Logan Park (childcare available)
– Laura Horner, Save the Food Initiative, City of Minneapolis
-Kathleen Boe – Great Northern Green way, Minneapolis Riverfront  (confirmed)

Wednesday June 28th, 6pm @ Maya – Bylaws Committee Meeting
Wed May 17th Logan Park General Meeting 7pm@ Logan Park (childcare available)

  • Tamara Downs from the Local Food Initiative (food and raingardens)
  •  Board Elections
  • Chief Ohotto on body cameras
  •  invited Nick from Ranked Choice voting

Poster: Thank you Art-a-Whirl Volunteers

Poster: Logan Park Fundraiser Volunteers Wanted, May 2016

Poster: Circo Book Truck, May 2017

Wed May 3rd, East Sector Planning Meeting 7pm @ The Armory

Poster: East Sector Meeting, May 2017

Sat May 6th  Clean Sweep 9am -1 pm – Volunteers needed!

Wed May 17th Logan Park General Meeting 7pm@ Logan Park (childcare available)


 CleanSweep Items List (MS Word)

Poster containing following text: Save the Date! Clean Sweep May 6th 2017 9 am to 1pm


Wed April 19th, Logan Park General Meeting 7pm @ Logan Park (childcare available)
Mat Somlai, Block Studio presentation, MNDOT rep on I94 work

February 15th 7pm @ Logan Park, General Meeting (Childcare available)

  • NCEC representatives

January meeting, 1/18/17  7pm @Logan Park,  General Meeting (childcare provided)

  • Speaker John Bly from Metro Blooms on Raingardens for Pollinators & Clean Water
  • Kelly Rynda from Reading Partners, volunteer youth tutor program

November meeting , 11/16  7pm(childcare provided)

  • CEE representative to speak on Energy Audits and Home Loan Program.

October Meeting, 10/19 7pm (childcare provided)

  • Presentation on Edison Robotics team
  • Kay Anderson from NE Senior Services
  • City rep PH Copeland to speak on voter engagement


Indeed We Can Fundraiser October 12th 3-11pm @ Indeed Brewery

Poster: Indeed We Can Fundraiser Oct 12th

Mission Statement Committee -September 28th at 7pm

Clean Sweep – October 1st 9am-1pm: Logan Park neighborhood will host its second Clean Sweep event of 2016 on Saturday, October 1st.  All large refuse and metal items, as well as construction debris, should be placed in one’s usual refuse pick-up area by 9am on October 1st.


Indeed We Can Fundraiser October 12th 3-11pm @ Indeed Brewery

September Meeting, 9/21 7pm (childcare provided)

  • Kathleen Boe presenting on Great Northern Greenway
  • City of Mpls 311 Agent Jordon Hook, presenting on 311 services

CANCELLED : 7/20/16 LPNA General Community Meeting, 7pm @ Logan Park Community Center (childcare provided)

8/3/16 Neighborhood Priority Planning WorkGroup 7pm @ Indeed Brewery

8/24/16 Tour of Highlight Center, 807 Broadway hosted by Sports Ngin.  (childcare provided at Logan Park Community Center)
Neighborhood Loan Program Workgroup:  Wednesday July 13 at Able Seedhouse & Brewery at 1121 Quincy St NE at 7pm  (childcare pending)

7/6/16  Board meeting 7pm (6:30 for social hour) @ Logan Park Community Center (childcare provided)

General Meeting: June 15th, 7pm @ Logan Park (childcare provided)

Join us in welcoming Kellie Kish, the Recycling Coordinator for the City of Minneapolis, to the June General Meeting, June 15th, 7pm @ Logan Park, childcare provided.

Maybe you’re curious about the green containers in the alley or you may have signed up and would like to learn the best way to move your organics from the kitchen to the container. This is your chance to have your questions answered!  *Kellie will be bringing complimentary kitchen compost containers for the meeting attendees.*   More information can be found on the city web site.

Logan Park Clean Sweep April 30th

April 30th 2016 Clean Sweep Items List

Arbor Day

Join fellow Minneapolitans in a celebration of TREES! Together we’ll plant over 130 trees in Logan Park. After helping the park, let’s hangout, play some kickball, yard games, drink some beer, climb around on trees, learn from naturalists, and just have a good time. Bring the whole family!
Friday, April 29, 2016
4-8 pm

Logan Park
690 13th Ave. NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413

4:30, 5, 5:30, 6, 6:30 pm: Tree Planting arborist led in waves
5-7:30 pm: Kickball!
4-8 pm: Beer Garden
4-8 pm: Nature Play – tree challenge course & fort building
4-8 pm: Tree Learning with naturalists
4-8 pm: Landscape scale yard games – tree cookie checkers, throw line flingy pongy (tree-sized ladder golf), etc.
4-8 pm: Tree Climbing – rope and saddle with arborists

3rd (and final) Small Area Plan Town hall Meeting – March 30th Solar Arts/Chowgirls 3rd Floor, 6:30pm.
Plans will be posted for review and steering committee members will be available to answer questions. There will be a short presentation at 7pm. Doors open at 6:30.

Children welcome to attend. Light refreshments will be served.
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La asociación del barrio de Logan Park le invita a asistir la tercera (y última) Reunión de Ayuntamiento para el Plan de Área Pequeña del Barrio.

Se pueden llevar al evento los niños. Se servirá un refrigerio ligero.

Event Details:
Wednesday, March 30th, 6:30 PM
Solar Arts Building/Chowgirls
711 15th Ave NE – 3rd Floor


How to Hold Better Meetings: Training – Feb 3rd 6:30 pm, Logan Park Community Center

Fundraiser for LPNA at Indeed Brewing: 10/14/15
Indeed Brewing Company generously offered to sponsor the annual “Indeed We Can” fundraiser for the Logan Park Neighborhood Association (LPNA).  On the evening of Wednesday, October 14th, the convivial taproom also became a festive bingo hall.

Many hopeful bingo players competed for fantastic prizes from neighborhood businesses and individuals. The atmosphere of winning heightened the fun of raising a glass of beer for a good cause.
During bingo play, there was one particular “hot table” of winning, where four of five players won prizes, some more than once. Oddly enough, this was the same table that last year set a lucky winning-streak as well. Sorry, but the location of the “hot table” will remain a secret to see if it works it’s magic again next year!

We wish to thank our supporters, who without your contributions this event would not have happened.

We Gratefully Acknowledge:

Indeed Brewing Company
Our Local Business Community – who generously donated prizes
LPNA – Fundraising Committee
And… all of you who came out to “raise a glass” for this fundraising event.

The Logan Park Neighborhood Association
June 17th 2015: Jazz in the Park 3-6, Community Meeting 7pm, and Movies in the Park at Dusk
Join the Logan Park Neighborhood Association on Saturday, May 16th for a day of Mail Art!

The United States Postal Service will be on site to unveil a Logan Park cancellation stamp designed to celebrate Logan Park as the Heart of the Arts District. This cancellation stamp is considered collectible, and of no cost to you, so bring your mailing materials for cancellation!

Don’t have mail? No problem! The Minneapolis Institute of Arts will be on site hosting a free postcard making event for all ages.

We will also be selling limited edition first class postage stamps, featuring the Logan Park logo!