The Macalester-Groveland Community Council fosters citizen participation
in government and community decisions that make our neighborhood
a great place to live, work, learn and play.

                              

Save the Date: 2017 Mac-Grove Fest

2016 Marketplace

Join us on September 9 from 2:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m.  at Groveland Park (corner of St. Clair Ave and Prior Ave S.) to celebrate the businesses, organizations, artists, and residents that make Mac-Grove a great place to live, work, learn and play. Attendees are encouraged to walk, take public transit, or bike to Mac-Grove Fest. 

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Garage Sale

GREAT MACALESTER-GROVELAND GARAGE SALE

Saturday, August 26, 2017, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

SHOPPER INFO: No matter what you are looking for, chances are you'll find it at one of the 40+ sales during our Neighborhood Garage Sale event!  Plan your route using the map of sales that will be available here on Tuesday August 22nd.  

We'll also have printed copies of the map available at our office in the Edgcumbe Recreation Center at 320 S. Griggs.  The Edgcumbe Recreation Center is open 9:00am—8:00pm Monday through Thursday and 9:00am—6:00pm on Friday.

Plant Shares

Fall Plant Share
Saturday, September 23

127 Amherst Street

9:00 - Noon

Share your extra perennials, fruit bushes, and vegetable starts with other neighborhood gardeners! These popular exchanges are a great way to pick up new plants to diversity your garden while giving your divided perennials, fruit bushes, and extra vegetable starts a good home. The plant share is designed to be an exchange, though we suggest a $2 per plant minimum donation if you do not have plants to bring. 

This fall we will also host a seed swap at the fall plant share! Ask questions, pick up seeds, and/or bring some of your own to share.

Community Solar in Mac-Grove

Mac-Grove residents now have access to solar and savings on monthly electricity bills - without installing solar at their own homes.

Through community solar gardens, neighbors join together to purchase their electricity at a discount through a large solar array (3 to 5 acres.) Participating households will save 10% on their electricity bills. Twin Cities neighborhoods are teaming up with the Alliance for Sustainability to sign up 500 neighbors to join a community solar garden with MN Community Solar.

For more information or to begin the process to reserve your spot in our Solar Garden, click here.

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