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Pierce Butler basin fall planting underway

Posted on 09 October 2017 by Calvin

Pierce Butler basin fall planting schedule
— Sun., Oct. 15, 9am-1pm: Pierce Butler Meadows Community Planting Day. In partnership with Capital Region Watershed District, Ramsey Conservation District, and Minnesota Department of Transportation, Hamline Midway Coalition will host a Community Plant Day with a celebration walk and parade on Sat., Oct. 21.
— Mon., Oct. 16: Hamline U and Hamline E build and plant partnership; time to be determined.
— Wed., Oct. 18, 10am-1pm: Plant and build
— Fri., Oct. 20, 1-3pm: Finish the build at Hamline U
— Sat., Oct. 21, 9-11am: Celebration Walking Prairie Parade

Holiday Pop-Up Shop
Midway Holiday Pop-Up Shop returns for its’ 3rd year on Nov. 25! We are seeking local vendors to participate in Small Business Saturday.

Owning a small business can come with its challenges of retail space, visibility for your business, and spaces to sell your products. Midway Holiday Pop-Up Shop provides a welcoming space for shoppers, families, and small businesses to support one another during the Holidays. The Pop-Up Shop host over 35 vendors, has hot drinks, hot foods for purchase, and a lovely visit by Santa himself. Mark your calendars for Small Business Saturday on Nov. 25, 10am-4pm, and come to the Celtic Junction, 836 Prior Ave, Saint Paul to support these businesses!

Environment Committee
Hamline Midway Coalition is seeking applicants for the Hamline Midway Environment Committee. Do you have an interest in tracking, discussing, and taking action related to sustainability and the natural environment? If yes, this committee is for you. You must live, operate a business, or own property within the Hamline Midway to join this committee. Anyone interested should call or email Melissa at 651-494-7683 or melissa@hamlinemidway.org.

Transportation Committee
Hamline Midway Coalition is seeking applicants for the Hamline Midway Transportation Committee. The Hamline Midway neighborhood is a residential community bisected by a critical node within the local and regional transportation network. This committee seeks to find the proper balance of meeting its multi-modal needs of transportation in the Hamline Midway neighborhood. If you are interested or have questions about this committee, please call or email Melissa at 651-494-7683 or melissa@hamlinemidway.org.

Represent your neighborhood
Run for the HMC Board of Directors by declaring your candidacy by Mon., Nov. 20.

Hamline Midway Coalition is seeking candidates for its Board of Directors. Anyone age 16 or older that resides within, owns property within, or owns a business that is headquartered and principally operates within the Hamline Midway, is eligible to run AND vote in the board elections. If you are interested in working with an informed and engaged group of neighbors to focus on local issues around transportation, development, sustainability and more, consider running for the board.

Anyone interested in running for a seat on the Board of Directors must return a completed application to the Executive Director no later than 5pm on Mon., Nov. 20. To request an application or for more information about serving on the HMC Board of Directors, please contact Michael Jon Olson at 651-494-7682 or michaeljon@hamlinemidway.org.

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