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.

                              

Call for Exhibitors: 2017 Mac-Grove Fest

2016 MarketplaceIs your business, organization, or group interested in exhibiting at the Mac-Grove Marketplace? 

We invite you to participate as a sponsor or community exhibitor at this fun-filled day that features a great line-up of musical performances, good eats, and free kids’ activities. What better way to take the edge off the waning days of summer than to come together to celebrate the vibrancy of the Mac-Grove neighborhood and to strengthen our community ties! 

Learn more at macgrove.org/macgrovefest

National Night Out is Tuesday, August 1st

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Organize a block party! 

A citywide celebration, National Night Out includes all segments of the community in building stronger, healthier neighborhoods. NNO also helps to build partnerships and trust between police and community. Neighbors repeatedly report that the neighbors they meet that day help build stronger neighborhoods throughout the year.  

Save the Date & Call for Workshop Proposals for the 1st Transition US National Gathering!

Mark your calendars for the first-ever Transition US National Gathering, “Growing a Movement for Resilient Communities: Broadening, Deepening, and Scaling Up,” to be held July 27-31 at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Share your skills and knowledge to help build a stronger and more resilient movement! Seeking skilled presenters who can offer participatory workshops in the following areas:

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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