Please note the Really Really Free Market will be held July 10th due to the 4th of July weekend. Please update your calendars and spread the word. We look forward to seeing you!!
Come reconnect with your neighbors and meet new friends.
Live Music by Pan Dimensions, colorful Caribbean steel drums, & Thomasina Petrus and Friends.
Free from the grill: All Beef Hot Dogs, plus preschool activities by Whittier Wildflowers, and a kids zone by Calvary Kids Village.
Vendors: Ingridients Trinidad Street Food, Calvary Youth’s Costa Rican Sweet Empanadas, Goose Haus’ handmade jelly, pickles, and sauces, art and pottery and more!
Socially distant, covid cautious, food and friends, no registration required, Powderhorn Park. Come join us!
All are welcome! For more information on this meeting and to join please visit #announcements in our discord.
For more information on this meeting and to join please visit #announcements in our discord.
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A discussion about transportation in the Whittier Community. For more information please visit our #news-events channel in our Discord.
Join us Saturday, June 5th for a free sale/market at the Whittier Community Center.
The Really Really Free Market is an experiment in community and giving, a window into an actual gift economy. Everything here is FREE: offer what you’d like to give and take what you would like to receive. Food, music, and conversation are as welcome as objects.
If you bring things, please be prepared to take them back if no comes who wants or needs them.
For more information please visit the RRFM facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/TwinCitiesReallyReallyFreeMarket/
Our neighborhood voted strongly for her, as did most of Minneapolis at large. The great exceptions were southwest Minneapolis, Downtown, and a tiny part of Northeast Minneapolis.
This tweet has a great map about it:
The tweet itself has this map in it, which is an entire history of how Minneapolis is divided economically, racially, and politically in a single picture:
Depending on the political leaning of the media you read she either struggled to win, won in a contested race, or handily beat opponents. All she has to do now is win in the main election and she’s off to another term on Congress, which is very possible as Whittier’s congressional district has voted Democrat.