Support the Open Streets Minnehaha Corridor

We had planned for Open Streets Minnehaha to occur in October this year. Unfortunately, the event will not happen due to risks posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. You can learn more about how we came to this decision here

Open Streets Minneapolis events do more than close streets to cars. Each event connects people to local businesses, community resources, and each other. While we are unable to come together to celebrate Open Streets Minnehaha this year, we can still support those local businesses and community organizations that help make Open Streets Minnehaha so fun and unique.

Check out the list below to learn just a few ways you can support Minnehaha Ave any day of the year. Have another suggestion? Let us know on social media or in the comments!

Children & adults playing in the street behind a sign that says "Kids Zone"

Support a community organization

Longfellow Business Association
The Longfellow Business Association has been serving neighborhood businesses and nonprofits for the last 25 years, including supporting those affected by the pandemic and property damage this year. You can learn more about and support their work on their website.

Longfellow Community Council
The Longfellow Community Council works to improve the well-being of their community through engagement, involvement, and empowerment. You can learn how they are helping greater Longfellow rebuild and thrive and support their work on their website.

People walking & biking on a crowded Minnehaha Ave at Open Streets MPLS

Support a local business

The Fix Studio
| 3745 Minnehaha Ave S
The Fix Studio has everything to bring out the champion in all athletes of all levels: virtual cycling, running, and strength classes, personalized coaching, bike fitting, bike maintenance, and more. Or stop by for a great cup of coffee! Check out their website for details.

Zorongo Flamenco Dance Theatre and School | 3715 Minnehaha Ave, STE C
Zorongo Flamenco Dance Theatre and School aims to draw people of diverse backgrounds close to the power, passion and virtuosity of the flamenco dance and music tradition. Check out the creative ways they continue to dance through the pandemic on their website.

Moon Palace Books and Geek Love Cafe | 3032 Minnehaha Ave
Shop Moon Palace Books’ selection of new, used and bargain books on their website. While you’re at it, order takeout pizza and other deliciousness from Geek Love Cafe.

The Hub Bike Co-op | 3016 Minnehaha Ave
The Hub Bike Co-op strives to provide all types of bikes for all types of people. Setup contactless bicycle service by giving them a call at 612-729-0437. You can also browse their selection of bikes and parts on their website for curbside pick-up. 

Minnehaha Recording Company | 4501 Minnehaha Ave
Minnehaha Recording Company provides a wide range of services for local artists and creators, including music recording and production, mastering, mixing, voiceover, podcasts, forensic audio and more. Learn more about their great work on their website

SolSta Records | 4022 East 46th St.
Check out SolSta’s amazing selection of new and used vinyl records in-store or on their website. Also keep and eye out around town for their Rockin’ Roller Vinyl Bus.

Castle Building and Remodeling | 4020 Minnehaha Ave
Castle helps turn older, urban homes into castles through inspired design, precise estimating, and production of residential remodeling projects. Read about their services on their website.

A band playing on the street at Open Streets Minnehaha

Support a local restaurant

The Howe
| 3675 Minnehaha Ave
Grab takeout or stop by for dine-in, dog-friendly Pawtio™ service. Find details and see The Howe’s menu on their website.

Dumpling | 4004 Minnehaha Ave
Grab some Asian comfort food from Dumpling. Order takeout or order in-person at their take-out window. Menu and details on their website.

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