A Minneapolis Small Business Development Center
The Funk of Fermentation
Wednesday October 8th, 2014
Fee: $5-$20 (pay what you can)
Class size limit: 20
Tired of paying $4 a bottle for Kombucha? Learn the basics of making and flavoring your own Kombucha in this workshop. Bring a jar or glass for samples to taste!Instructor Cody Mastel is a Permaculture Research Institute apprentice working with the Tiny Diner Farm crew to grow local delicious food for the Twin Cities area and also provides outdoor learning opportunities for youth. He enjoys and encourages experimentation and a DIY ethic – in his free time he hosts and participates in a skillshare & craftmaking group called Craftza.
Leaves and Salt: Lake-Friendly Lawn and Sidewalk Maintenance Tips
Tuesday October 14th, 2014
6-7pm at the TINY DINER
This fall, when you rake your leaves and buy your sidewalk de-icers, think about next summer when you’ll want to swim in your favorite lake. Leaves and salt can wash into stormwater drains and then pollute lakes and rivers. This class will provide easy, practical tips for lawn and sidewalk care that will help protect our Minnesota’s summers!
Instructor Kristina Geiger is a certified Master Water Steward who works with her neighbors to improve improve the water quality of Minnehaha Creek.
Fall Clean-up at Farm
Saturday October 25th, 2014
Noon – 2pm at the FARMHOUSE
Come learn how to prepare the Tiny Diner Urban Farm for a cold MN winter. We will be putting the farm to sleep by applying compost, insulating our top-bar beehive, finishing our compost piles and more! Bring gloves, wear close-toed shoes and work clothes.
38th and Chicago Business Association Welcomes You
The 38th and Chicago Business Association was founded with the professed goal of creating an environment where businesses and non-profits that surround our active and important Minneapolis node can come together to discuss identity, collectively network, share concerns, and fuel inspirations for our community. Since that time the 38th and Chicago Business Association has grown and strengthened, serving a broader demographic of business owners and neighborhood residents.
The Prime Corridors
Both 38th Street and Chicago Avenue form the axis of four engaging Minneapolis neighborhoods; Central, Powderhorn Park, Bancroft and Bryant, which collectively are home to nearly 25,ooo residents. The 38th and Chicago Business Association seeks to bring those communities together, increasing their strength and the vitality of the businesses that serve them.
We strongly encourage you to get involved. Because the 38th and Chicago Business Association is a small organization (in an area that is seeing tremendous growth), you have the opportunity to have a powerful voice toward our future. We value all visions and thrive on our community’s diverse ideas. You may elect to become a part of our board, attend our meetings, share your thoughts as a concerned resident, or otherwise further our association’s commitment to serve the community. Simply call us at 612-622-7801 or visit us at one of our scheduled meetings.
* For a list of properties available for lease or purchase in the area, please feel free to contact us