An open forum for co-op residents. Post news, plug your whatever, discuss issues, list items for sale, ask for help, type gibberish - anything, really.

Saturday, September 23, 2006

Justin Terlecki Paintings 10/7

Hosted By: Frogtown Artist Cooperative
When: Saturday Oct 07, 2006
at 7:00 PM
Where: Atrium Gallery @ Frogtown Artist Co-op
653 Galtier Street (Como and Galtier)
Saint Paul, MN 55103
Frogtown Artist Cooperative

Click Here To View Event

Sunday, August 27, 2006

SASE/Jerome and Verve Grants

DEADLINE TO APPLY: Monday, September 18, 2006, 4:00 PM
The SASE/Jerome and Verve Grants, both sponsored by the Jerome Foundation, provide emerging writers and spoken word artists, respectively, who reside in Minnesota with financial assistance, professional encouragement and recognition. This year we will award grants of up to $5,000 to emerging writers and up to $3,000 to emerging spoken word artists. We encourage applicants to give serious thought to how these grants could make a difference in their career.
Contact Carolyn Holbrook at 612-871-4444, mailbox 420, or or visit for more information.

Saturday, August 26, 2006

National Association of Housing Cooperatives Contact Info

National Association of Housing Cooperatives Contact Info
National Association of Housing Cooperatives
1707 H Street, NW, Suite 201
Washington, DC 20006
tel. 202-737-0797
fax 202-783-7869

Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Fall 2006 Bush Foundation Meetings

Program Director Julie Dalgleish will conduct information meetings in Fall 2006 to review application materials and selection process, as well as answer questions. For directions or information, call the Fellowship program at 651-227-0891 or 1-800-605-7315 or send e-mail to

Twin Cities
Each meeting will focus on one or more specific disciplines.

Monday, August 28, 2006 — 7 p.m.
Scriptworks: The Playwrights' Center
2301 Franklin Avenue E., Minneapolis

Wednesday, September 6, 2006 — 7 p.m.
Literature: The Loft Literary Center, Open Book
Marshall Field's Performance Hall, Second Floor
1011 Washington Avenue S., Minneapolis

Monday, September 18, 2006 — 7 p.m.
Film/Video and Music Composition:
IFP Minnesota Center for Media Arts
2446 University Avenue West, Suite 100, St. Paul

Monday, August 21, 2006

Report a problem to the City of Saint Paul

Report a problem, ie. Graffiti, pothole, street lights, traffic signals, down trees to the city of Saint Paul by using this link:

I have tried calling but have found submitting issues on line to be VERY effective and fast! i.e. I submitted the issue of 2 potholes on Galtier and within 24 or 48 hours they were filled. I also reported weeds on the sidewalks on the horseshoe park and they were pulled/removed.

Here is the link to submit:


Sunday, August 20, 2006

art committee meeting 8/23

art committee meeting 8/23
8:30pm @ Mark's Loft
-we will discuss upcoming shows in the gallery.

(NEW) newsletter contact

newsletter contact is now: Peter Kelly

Friday, August 04, 2006

Upcoming Fringe Festival Shows

Hi Frogtowners,

I am on the Board of In the Basement Productions Theatre company, they are in the fringe --- here are the dates/info!

In the Basement Productions
The Balcony Scene
By Wil Calhoun
Directed by Andy Chambers

Saturday, August 5 at 2:00 pm
Sunday, August 6 at 8:00 pm
Thursday, August 10 at 8:00 pm
Saturday, August 12 at 4:00 pm
Sunday, August 13 at 2:00pm

Bryant Lake Bowl
Featuring: Rachel Finch, Joe Swanson, and Jerome Yorke

Alvin has had it. He sees civilization crumbling around him and wants no part of it. Karen is a die hard optimist with a high pressure job and a relentless ex boyfriend who won't take no for an answer. Alvin and Karen meet on their adjoining balconies and form a friendship that sets their two worlds on a collision course. When Karen tries to bridge the gap between them, she discovers Alvin has one big quirk.

----Stop by if you can! Thanks, Beth #222

Sunday, July 30, 2006

National Night Out


On the first Tuesday of every August, National Night Out is celebrated nationwide. The
Saint Paul Police Department encourages you and your neighbors to get together on this
date each year to take a stand against crime and drugs in your neighborhood. We feel
that by getting to know your neighbors you are able to help build a stronger community,
help reduce crime, and build a relationship with neighbors that will nurture willingness to
report suspicious activity in our city.

The 22nd annual National Night Out (2005) was the biggest year yet for the city of Saint
Paul. The National Association of Town Watch (NATW) awarded us with the top award
in the nation for a city with the population 100,000 – 299,999 for participation, unique
events, and overall community involvement. It is the first time that Saint Paul ranked #1
and we plan to continue this high rating for years to come with the help of residents who
plan events citywide.

Either plan to have a neighborhood event in the daytime, evening or whenever it fits with
your neighbors! This can include hosting things like sharing a potluck dinner together,
planning games and activities, or as simple as having root beer floats or lemonade
together. Another way to promote safety and crime prevention is to turn your outside
lights on from dusk to dawn on the evening of National Night Out to show your support.

For more information on National Night Out nationwide, visit the web site of the
National Association of Town Watch . To find out more or to plan an
event in your neighborhood, call or email Pam McCreary at 651-266-5625 or

Riff Raff @ Pillsubry House, set design by Ron!

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Mexico or Bust! Party at Frogtown

Subject: Mexico or Bust! Party at Frogtown

Mexico or Bust!

Support Artists’ Research Travel
and Children’s Literature
All in One Night!

The Coconehamox Children’s Book Project
Invites You
to a Fundraising Fiesta!

Frogtown Family Lofts, Community Room
Saturday, August 5th
7 p.m. - 10 p.m.

Refreshments, sweets, drinks...
(any visual, spoken word artists, musicians, performers, etc., interested in performing and/or donating artwork for raffle are more than welcome!)

For Your Purchasing Pleasure...
T-shirts, Original Photo Greeting Cards, Handmade Jewelry, and more!

Piñata 8 p.m.

All donations will benefit the Coconehamox Project and upcoming travel to Mexico (in two weeks!). Learn more about Deborah Ramos & Ayme Almendarez’s collaboration supported in part by the Minnesota State Arts Board Cultural Community Partnership Grant at:


Monday, July 24, 2006

The Minnesota State Arts Board and the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council invite you to a regional forum on the arts

The Minnesota State Arts Board and the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council invite you to a regional forum on the arts. Anyone who works, participates, or is interested in the arts is encouraged to attend. You’ll have a chance to learn about programs and services available in your area, and to provide input that will help inform future plans and programs.

Two forums will be held in the Twin Cities:
Tuesday, August 1, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. at the Minnesota State Arts Board office, 200 Park Square Court, 400 Sibley Street, Saint Paul

Wednesday, August 30, 5:00 – 7:00 pm., at the Hopkins Center for the Arts, John Ireland Community Room, 1111 Mainstreet, Hopkins

The forums are free and open to the public, but registration is strongly encouraged! To help us plan how many people to expect, please register by phone (651) 215-1600, (800) 866-2787; TTY (651) 215-6235; or e-mail

Anyone who has specific questions or would like more information about an Arts Board grant program is welcome to schedule a one-on-one meeting with an Arts Board program officer. Call or e-mail (651) 215-1600, (800) 866-2787; TTY (651) 215-6235; or e-mail to schedule an appointment.

Twelve forums will be held throughout the state. The complete schedule is available in the calendar section of the Arts Board Web site:

Saturday, July 22, 2006

forum settings?


is it possible to adjust the forum settings so that when someone posts something we would get some sort of notification to check?

Beth #222

Thursday, July 20, 2006


Here's the tenative agenda for the third quarter All Co-op meeting:

Management Report
Acquisition Update
Security Patrol Vote
Board Elections (three positions)

Attendance by at least one adult household member is mandatory. Let me know if you have any questions or would like anything added to the agenda.



Tina and Lori have been busy planning a National Night Out celebration this year. We've set aside money to provide: some food (Popcorn and Watermelons), a moonbounce, balloons, and other activities. If you'd like to help out please contact Tina. Please Attend!


Kathy and Sarah would like to move into #203. Kathy is a sculptor/photographer. They would like to schedule the Selection Committee meeting this weekend (as one of them is going out of town). They are available Saturday until 3:00 PM or Sunday until 3:00 PM.

Please call me (as my email at home is still not working) at 651-489-1133 and let me know if your interested and what days and times work for you. I will figure out which date/time works for the most folks and schedule the meeting for then.


security meeting 7/24

>From: "Rebecca Thayer"
>Subject: security meeting
>Date: Thu, 20 Jul 2006 18:48:30 -0500
>The Security meeting is Monday, July 24th at 7:00 PM. IKON (A
>firm) will be fielding any questions residents have. We're thinking
>about hiring them for some nights (probably a few hours on Thurs-Sun at

Mission Statement

"Frogtown Family Lofts if a unique 36-unit family focused live/work artist cooperative located in St. Paul's central Frogtown neighborhood."

Friday, July 14, 2006


>From: Eisa
>Subject: Newsletter
>Date: Fri, 14 Jul 2006 05:07:45 -0700 (PDT)
>Hi All,
> It's been awhile since I put out a newsletter, I apologize. But I think it's time for one and things are pretty much back to normal here! Hoping that you want to be included in this one. Don't worry about space, I'm hoping that this will be a BIG one!
> Please email, call or drop by your input to me by the week of the 24th.
> Thanks so much!
> Eisa
> #224

Board Meeting this Sunday

Just a reminder that there's a Board Meeting this Sunday at 7:30 PM for anyone that is interested.

Need Participants for Selection Committee Meeting

>From: "Rebecca Thayer"
>Subject: Need Participants for Selection Committee Meeting
>Date: Thu, 13 Jul 2006 12:32:34 -0500
>Hey All,
>Kelli has folks approved to move into #223. So we need to have an
>Artists Selection Committee meeting. Sasha does photography and
>is studying to be an architect.
>Scott is going to be in town this weekend only, so I am trying to
>a meeting together for this weekend. If anyone is available either
>Saturday Morning around 9AM/10AM or Sunday before 2:00 PM, please
>me (my internet is down). When you leave the message, let me know
>which time works better for you. I'll pick the day and time that
>people can attend.
>Let me know if you have any questions (please call).
>Phone (check list)
>P. S. Just a reminder that there's a Board Meeting this Sunday at
>7:30 PM for anyone that is interested.

Wednesday, July 12, 2006


Artspace Projects, Inc. is having an ART PARTY!

Thursday, September 7th, 2006
5 to 9pm

Art Holdings Gallery
6210 Wayzata Blvd.
Minneapolis, MN 55416

Questions about the event, contact:
Shannon at 612-465-0245 or by email:

The Artspace Mission
The mission of Artspace Projects is to create, foster and preserve affordable space for artists and arts organizations. We pursue this mission through development projects, asset management activities, consulting services, and community-building activities that serve artists and arts organizations of all disciplines, cultures, and economic circumstances. By creating this space, Artspace supports the continued professional growth of artists and enhances the cultural and economic vitality of the surrounding community. Visit online:

Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Bastille Day!

Friday, July 07, 2006

Upcoming Shows

Element at Java J's
Featuring work by Todd Shanafelt, Robyn Stoller, and Jill Zimmer

Threads in Space at Susan Hensel Design
A show of mostly three dimensional fiber

Garden Tour at Minnetonka Center for the Arts
See some of the loveliest gardens in the Lake Minnetonka Area.

The Dad Show at Northrup King Building
a living memorial in honor of Harold A. Pryor the father of Minneapolis artist Patrick K. Pryor

Rosalux Gallery's Bi-Annual Benefit Exhibition 'Green' at Rosalux Gallery
Closing reception and raffle drawing on Sat., August 5 from 7-11 p.m
7/25/2006 - 8/5/2006

Rosalux Gallery's Bi-Annual Benefit Exhibition 'Green' at Rosalux Gallery
Closing reception and raffle drawing on Saturday, August 5 from 7-11 p.m
7/25/2006 - 8/5/2006

Connections at Premier Gallery
Watercolors by Konstantin Berkovski, Katia Andreeva, and Sergei Iourov

Young Bob at Icebox Quality Framing & Gallery
Early photographs of Bob Dylan by John Cohen
5/13/2006 - 8/26/2006

New Orleans in Edina: a Transplanted Native's Work in Beads at Edina Art Center
Features jewelry created by Kim Gernsbacher Swiler
7/6/2006 - 7/8/2006

Raw: Unfired Clay Installations at Northern Clay Center
Featuring Walter McConnell, Kristen Morgin, and Clare Twomey
7/14/2006 - 8/27/2006

Otricoli Gardens: Searching for Language at Groveland Gallery
Paintings and drawings by Joyce Lyon
6/9/2006 - 7/29/2006

Another Minneapolis – Paintings by Rebecca Silus at The Annex Groveland Gallery
6/9/2006 - 7/29/2006

Words Of Wisdom: Words that Guide at Edina Art Center
Featuring calligraphy
7/13/2006 - 8/22/2006

Making Life Beautiful at Two Rivers Gallery
Featuring Painters, Sculptors, Sketchers, and Printmakers
5/11/2006 - 7/14/2006

Choreographic: Images of Movement at Minnesota Center for Photography
6/17/2006 - 8/13/2006

The Art of Dr. Seuss – A Retrospective Exhibition at Jean Stephen Galleries
8/1/2006 - 8/31/2006

Garden of Earthly Delights: an exhibition of creative collectables at Inside Out Gallery @ Interact Center

Katherine Turczan: Promise of Recovery at Franklin Art Works
Color photographs depicting the people, structures and landscape of the Crimea region in modern-day Ukraine
6/10/2006 - 7/29/2006

MCAD Faculty Show at Art Center at Minnetonka Center for the Arts
The Minnetonka Center for the Arts and MCAD faculties trade venues for multimedia exhibits of art by the professional artists/teaching staffs of both educational organizations.
6/23/2006 - 7/21/2006

Summer Arts Camp Kids Art Show at Minnetonka Center for the Arts
Our youngest artists display the work they created in Summer Arts Camp in the Miles Gallery.
8/3/2006 - 8/25/2006

Seascapes to Snowflakes: An Artistic Migration from the Shores of California to the Lakes of Minnesota at AZ Gallery
Oil on canvas by Karen Mazzarella
7/7/2006 - 7/30/2006

Rocketman at Bloomington Art Center
Featuring the rocket powered creations of Ky Michaelson
8/4/2006 - 9/8/2006

Minnetonka Center for the Arts Faculty Exhibition Show at MCAD Gallery
6/2/2006 - 7/16/2006

Four McKnight Artists Exhibition at MCAD Gallery
7/7/2006 - 8/3/2006

Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle: Blinking Out Of Existence at Rochester Art Center
6/23/2006 - 9/23/2006

Simon Huelsbeck at Flanders Contemporary Art
6/9/2006 - 7/8/2006

Art Car Artists: Off Road at Outsiders and Others
Featuring off-road art by art-car artists
7/1/2006 - 7/29/2006

Rachel Mayer and Jeff Lohaus at Paul Whitney Larson Gallery
Painting and sculpture
6/8/2006 - 7/20/2006

Toby Sisson at FiveTwoSix Gallery
Drawings and Encaustic Paintings
7/6/2006 - 8/1/2006

Greta Pratt: Using History at Gallery 13
6/10/2006 - 7/19/2006

Untitled V at Soo Visual Arts Center
The fifth annual juried show
6/30/2006 - 8/12/2006

The Distribution of Sensibility, v. II and Peter Friedl - Playgrounds at Midway Contemporary Art Gallery
6/17/2006 - 7/22/2006

Gee's Bend Quilters Collective at Bockley Gallery
6/23/2006 - 7/22/2006

Paintings by Alexandra Rozenman at AZ Gallery
8/4/2006 - 8/26/2006

Hot Off The Press at Highpoint Center for Printmaking
A printshop cooperative exhibition
6/30/2006 - 8/26/2006

The Stencil Show at Stevens Square Center for the Arts
Featuring paper-cut stencils and mixed media
6/30/2006 - 7/30/2006

Born by the River:People of the Mississippi River Towns at Red Wing Framing Gallery
Ron Merchant's traveling art exhibit
6/29/2006 - 7/29/2006

ARTSOURCING: An International Consortium of Outsourcing Artists at The Soap Factory
Featuring Gabriela Bertiller, Luis Fitch, Alexa Horochowski, Douglas Padilla, Xavier Tavera, and Marcela Rodriguez; Curated and created by Grupo Soap del Corazon
7/1/2006 - 8/13/2006

Dance, Dance, Dance at Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts
Celebrating dance through visual imagery including print, painting, photography, and sculpture
6/30/2006 - 7/9/2006

Society of Minnesota Sculptors Juried Exhibition at Hopkins Center for the Arts
6/29/2006 - 7/30/2006

Uncharted Water at Hopkins Center for the Arts
Five artists working in water-based media
6/29/2006 - 7/30/2006

Mary Reid Kelley: Paper Union at Christensen Center
7/14/2006 - 9/8/2006

By a Thread: Recent Sculpture by Randy Walker at Gage Family Art Gallery
7/14/2006 - 9/8/2006

Twenty Years in America: Zoran Mojsilov at Flanders Contemporary Art
7/15/2006 - 9/9/2006

Nature: Kellie Rae Theiss at Douglas-Baker Gallery
6/26/2006 - 8/11/2006

Current Works: Susan Opitz and Andrew Braunberger at Mira Gallery
7/8/2006 - 8/4/2006

Artists In Heat – A Summer Salon at Opening Night Gallery
Featuring new works on canvas by Loren Chantland, Steve Hartman, and Lonnie Cutts
7/1/2006 - 9/10/2006

Friday, June 16, 2006

Lifeline and Link-Up for Qwest Customers in Minnesota

Lifeline is a government program that offers qualified people a discount on their monthly local telephone bill. You can fill out this form and mail it in:

Thursday, June 15, 2006

Aquatennial Block Party

Aquatennial Block Party
Fri Jul 14
With Semisonic; Sonya Kitchell; Josh Gracin; Jake Owne; Eric Church; Chris Hawkey Power Play; 3 in a Tree. Free. 6:00 pm to 11:30 pm. For more info call 612.376.7669 or visit
Washington Ave
between Hennepin and 3rd, Mpls.

Minnesota Rocks!

Minnesota Rocks! International Stone Carving Symposium
Through Jun 30
Master stone sculptors from around the world and MN create art. With tours; events; discussions. Free. Noon until 8:00 pm. For more info visit or call 651.290.0921.
St. Paul College Lawn
Kellogg Blvd & Summit Ave, St. Paul

Como Lake Water Festival

Como Lake Water Festival
Sat Jun 17
With shoreline clean up; live music; walking tours; crafts; games; enviro-friendly info. Free. 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. For more info call 651.647.6816.
Como Lakeside Pavilion
1360 N Lexington Pkwy, St. Paul; 651.266.6400

Tuesday, June 06, 2006

Is anyone interested in the Parade of Community Gardens?

Dear Neighbor,

Please see the forwarded message below for information about a garden tour:

Celebrate the wealth and diversity of community gardens in the Twin Cities with the first annual Parade of Community Gardens! On Saturday, August 19th, community gardens throughout the Twin Cities will swing open their gates—to invite community members in to wander, observe, learn, and admire.

Commitments are starting to roll in! Why should your garden participate in the Parade? Simply put, the more gardens that participate the better it is for everyone. By participating you help not only your garden, but other community gardens.

What do gardens commit to when they participate in the Parade?

Commit by June 9, submit a description of your garden (a mere 100 words)
To have a good-looking and inviting garden on August 19th
Have fun – do something to celebrate your community garden
To have a representative in the garden who can answer questions about the garden
Promote the event with local media
Contact GardenWorks at 612-278-7123 or for the Parade planning packet.

See you in the garden,

Ila Duntemann

GardenWorks, West Metro Coordinator


Friday, May 26, 2006

Say it with Flowers Opening

It's Memorial Day Weekend. Time to honor all those soldiers who are dead and it is time to drink Manhattans and other old school drinks in their honor. It is also time to remember that the Say it with Flowers Opening is happenning this Memorial Day on Monday May 29th 2006. Opening is from 2-8pm in conjunction with the current show 8x8x8.
Thank you very much! The Soap Factory.

Thursday, May 25, 2006

Friends of The Goldstein Annual Meeting 6/8

Friends of The Goldstein Annual Meeting
Thursday, June 08, 2006
33 McNeal Hall
1985 Buford Avenue
Saint Paul, MN 55108
Join us for dinner with guest speaker Shirley Baugher; former dean of the College of Human Ecology, and a silent auction to benefit the Museum. RSVP no later than Thursday, June 1 either by phone to 612-624-7434 or via email,

Saturday, May 20, 2006

Minnesota State Arts Board is now accepting applications

The Minnesota State Arts Board is now accepting applications from artists who would like to be included in its Arts in Education Roster of Artists.
The roster is a listing of literary, visual, and performing artists who are interested in and qualified to conduct residencies in schools and other educational settings. The artists in the roster are chosen through a juried review process based on both their artistic skills and their ability to teach students.
The Arts Board accepts applications from artists who would like to be included in the roster every two years. The next application deadline is June 15, 2006.
The application form and instructions are available on the Arts Board Web site
If you have questions about the roster or the application, contact Amy Frimpong at or (651) 215-1607.

Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Exhibition Opportunity

Exhibition Opportunity: The Vintage Restaurant, 579 Selby Ave, St. Paul is looking for artists to display their work.
Contact Dan Nelsen, general manager – 651.222.7000

Saturday, April 29, 2006

Mailboxes open!

I noticed Friday night at around 11:30 that the door that holds mailboxes 206-216 was ajar. I could open the door and access all of those households' mailboxes. I couldn't tell if it had been broken into or if the mailman had just forgotten to close/lock it.

Monday, April 24, 2006


Our Second Quarter All Coop meeting is scheduled for Sunday, May 21 at 6:30 PM.

The agenda is:

State of the Co-op.
Update on Acquisition Process.
Neighborhood activity report.
Planning Announcement for National Night Out Event.
Explanation of grievance policy.
Art Club Report.
Garden Committee Report.
Proposal to change to courtyard rules.
Proposal to change rules for area behind black fence along North side of building.

Let me know if you have questions.

Please note: At least one adult member from each household must attend.



On Saturday May 20th from 10-3, we'll hold our spring cleanup day.

Come out and help spruce up the co-op! Talk to the neighbors you haven't seen all winter and meet the new folks.

The date of our cleanup coincides with the District 7 Community Cleanup. This means that there should be opportunities to get rid of old mattresses, sofas, tires, etc. for free!

I'll amend this post later with more details about what need to be done.

Let me know if you have any questions.


Monday, April 10, 2006

April Board Meeting

The next board meeting is Sunday, April 23rd at 7:30 PM in the Community Room. Here's the tentative agenda:

Mangement Report.
Possible approval of the Development Services Agreement.
Reschedule May All Co-op meeting (we put it on Mother's day).
Neighborhood activity alert.
Possible Star grant for gardening stuff.
Ideas and/or interest in space saving dishwasher idea.
Policy for show postcards (will co-op pay for postcards for an
individual artist's show?).
Ideas for fenced area on Galtier St.
Proposal for art installation inside Galtier St. Door.

Let me know if there's anything you would like to add to the agenda.

Please note: If you would like something discussed at the meeting, please plan to attend.


Wednesday, April 05, 2006

Car stolen out of the lot - Found

My roommate Oliver had his car stolen out of the South lot some time between 6:30 and 8:45 p.m. Wednesday evening. It was a grey Toyota Tercel, early 90's model. If anyone saw anything suspicious, please give him a call at 612-275-4193. Thanks.


Friday, March 31, 2006

Save the date: Upcoming show 5/13

new paintings by beth bowman

SAVE the date:
May 13th, 7pm @ Atrium Gallery
Frogtown Artist Co-op
Saint Paul, MN
Click Here for EVITE

Thursday, March 23, 2006

artist talk 3/26

On Sunday, March 26th at 1pm, the Artists of the Frogtown Lofts will host an artist talk in the Atrium Gallery, to discuss the current exhibit; ART, MUSIC +DANCE. It will be an afternoon of dialogue and conversation about the exhibit the performances. Please come to hear the artists discuss the work on view. The end of the talk will be capped with a discussion of what be exhibited next in the gallery. If youre' a Loft resident please bring your ideas for exhibitions, we will discuss and schedule them.
WHAT: Artist Talk for the exhibit ART, MUSIC + DANCE
WHO: the artists of the Frogtown Lofts
WHERE: Atrium Gallery in the Frogtown Lofts (east door on Galtier)
653 Galtier Street, Saint Paul MN 55103
WHEN: March 26th, 1-3pm
COST: Free
CONTACT: Mark Wojahn (651) 487-5375

mechanics across the street

Anyone ever use the mechanic shop across the street on Como? I need to take my car somewhere close as it kills whenever it idles.

Saturday, March 18, 2006

Head count of FFL Blog users

While I think this is an awsome idea, I think we need to assume not everyone will be using/reading this blog. As a result, I think it is important to take a head count of the people who have visited.

Please just post, and maybe mention how you would like to use the blog:

As for myself, I will post things around town that I am involved in or are of particular interest for the community.

Kathie #223

General Community Announcements

Loft 102 wishes to make two announcements

1) On Saturday March 25 we will be holding our 13th Cows Come Home Party (a private Party). IF we get to loud please let us know and we will tell our herd to lower the Mooosing.

2) On Sunday 26 we will be holding a public gathering in behalf of two of our friends outside of the co-op George and Anne Wilner. These two friends are Watkin's distributors and are inviting you all to attend a tasting party to promote the Watkins line of extracts and cooking resources. This has the theme of: A Taste of Pizza. Pizzas of the following varieties will be presented: Breakfast Pizza, vegetarian Pizza, Traditional Pizza, and Dessert Pizza.

The event will run from 2 until 4 pm and our front door will simply be open for you to wander in to join us.