The Como Community Council will be hosting a Harvest Festival at Tilden Park on Saturday, September 10. Whether you come with your neighbors or come to meet your neighbors, we would love to see you there!
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It was a search for a new home that brought most people to the United States, but their fight for a roof over their heads didn’t end when the tempest dropped them on our shores. Across the American landscape, clashes erupted where one people tried to start homes in places that millions already called home. Such is the story of the house my wife and I bought our first year of marriage, a house built in 1886 by Lake Como, back when some could probably remember the area as it once was: home to the Dakota.
The Neighborhood Relations Committee typically meets on the first Wednesday of every month at 7:15pm. All D10 Como Park meetings are open to the public and have space for community members to bring topics for discussion. This month’s meeting will be held hybrid in person at the Como Streetcar Station (1224 Lexington) and via Zoom.
Our trial period begins in August and will go through the end of the year. In December, we’ll gather community and board feedback on the new meeting schedule. We’ll make any necessary adjustments to the schedule starting in January and announce those changes to the community via our newsletter.
D10 Como Park is partnering with the American Red Cross and the Como Zoo & Conservatory to host a community blood drive at the Zoo Thursday, December 16, 10am-4pm. Reservations required.
Every year, the D10 Neighborhood Relations Committee plans our Ice Cream Social, typically featuring free ice cream, live music, meet-and-greets with neighborhood organizations, and activities for children and families.
Harvest Festival | Saturday, Sept. 10, 3-5pm The Como Community Council will be hosting a Harvest Festival at Tilden Park on Saturday, September 10. Whether you come with your neighbors or come to meet your neighbors, we would love to see you there! Everyone is invited to this free event! If you’d like to help us keep …
The Neighborhood Relations Committee typically meets on the first Tuesday of every month at 7pm. All D10 Como Park meetings are open to the public and have space for community members to bring topics for discussion.
After a two year postponement, the Hmong International Freedom Festival is returning to Como Park next weekend, July 2-3. You can find more information about the festivities on the Freedom Festival website, and more details of what to expect in the area before and after the event in this post.
By Sonjie Johnson
It was an astonishing idea. Spend $100,000 in 1873 to buy 260 acres of land, including Como Lake, a lake that was little more than a large swamp at the time? Crazy as it sounded, that’s exactly what the Minnesota Legislature decided to do.