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Examining Homewood: One of Minneapolis' First Planned Communities

  • Mill City Museum 710 South 2nd Street Minneapolis, MN, 55401 United States (map)

This month's Breakfast with a Preservationist will focus on the Homewood Neighborhood, one of Minneapolis's first planned communities, which remains relatively intact today. However, development pressure from a new rail line has prompted new conversations about whether this is the time to investigate historic designation. Constance Vork, realtor, Heritage Preservation Commission member, and North Minneapolis resident will present her observations on this topic.

North Minneapolis is under-represented in designated historic properties, despite the area’s role in the city’s history. Homewood Neighborhood is worthy of our consideration. 

The program begins at 8AM. Typical presentations take 40 minutes, which always transition into very thoughtful questions by audience members. The event stops at exactly 9AM. 

ADM Room
Mill City Museum, 710 2nd Street, Minneapolis

Meter parking is available on 2nd Street or in a parking ramp across the street. Please bring a contribution for the coffee and bakery goodies.

Earlier Event: July 23
Happy Hour: East Bank at the U of M
Later Event: March 25
Happy Hour: Grain Belt Offices