This neighborhood is a beautiful, vibrant, and unique place! We want to celebrate it with you every day!
Follow us on Instagram at @summituniversity for pictures and videos of some of the neighborhood activities and programs we attend, as well as updates on our own projects.
There is so much going on in our neighborhood, and the Summit University Planning Council wants YOU to get involved! Elections are coming up in September, and now is your chance to file for elections. We have a number of openings, so don’t hesitate – contact the SUPC office for more details!
Join us for a SUPC Board Meet and Greet! Coffee and other refreshments will be provided.
SpringBox 262 University Ave
You can drop by, call, or email for more information!
627 Selby Ave
The Frogtown Neighborhood and Summit U Planning Council will be collaborating throughout the summer and beyond on an anti-displacement vision for the future of our two communities.
We see the avalanche of development unfolding around us—cranes in the sky, new businesses, buildings, and apartment complexes emerging, the overall value of our community increasing, and as a result, friends, family, and establishments that have called our community home for decades, disappearing.
Things are changing and changing quickly.
Our July forum will center on how we, the community, can be a part of that change.
How do we advocate for ourselves? How do we collaborate and communicat effectively?
How do we educate? How do we sculpt policy? How do we make decisions as a collective?
Mychal Batson, local artist & designer, will give a presentation outlining our effort and facilitate further discussion.
Tuesday, July 23, 2019 at 6 PM – 8 PM
St. Paul City Middle School
643 Virginia St, Saint Paul, Minnesota 55103
Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/326212471652451/
Summer Spark Camps are now in session at the Rondo Community Library on Dale! Kids ages 7-11 as well as parents and siblings are encouraged to come in and take part in our hands-on art projects and science experiments.
Parent drop-off is welcome, no signup required. Free snack is provided at 3:30pm.
Maker Camps take place from 2-4pm every Thursday until August 22nd.
July 18: Outer Space
July 25: Making Music
August 1: Upcycling
August 8: Renewable Energy
August 13: Bookmaking
August 22: DIY (Do It Yourself!)
Art Camps led by local artist Felicia Sherrod take place from 2:30-3:30pm every Friday until August 30th. For more information, visit:
Hope to see you there!
Music, health, and wellness event series at Rondo Plaza:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday evenings
From chess to tai chi, there's something for everyone! Check out the SUPC Community calendar for all of the event dates:
Come out to the 36th Annual Rondo Days for great fun, food, and entertainment!
July 20th, 2019
8:00 AM: 5K Walk and Run
10:00 AM: Grand Parade
12:00 PM: Festival Kicks Off
Music performed by
Dua Saleh- Kaleem the Dream- Why Khaliq- And MORE
Location: 560 Concordia Ave, St Paul, MN 55103
Entrepreneur and event planner David Conover is bringing some good summer vibes to Selby this month! He's a long time resident of the community, and has been dreaming of a fun event that would bring business to our local cafes, boutiques, salons, and arts programs.
Food trucks and local restaurants will feature the best of the Twin Cities foods:
Plant-Based comfort foods
Come down to Selby (between Fisk and Milton) July 6, 13, and 27 from 12-6 PM.
DJ's bringing the best in 60/70's Soul, Reggae, R&B and Hip Hop.
Free Wine Tasting sponsored by Selby Wine and Spirits (21+)
Do you have an interest in community events? Maybe you are a cartoonist? Or do you love to visit local businesses and check out what they are up to? We would like to hear from you!
We want you to join our group of community reporters and add your voice to this blog! All voices and levels of experience are welcome. Volunteer positions are available:
We want you to join our team!
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COMMUNITY MEETING (hosted by Union Park District Council, but all residents and community members from neighboring districts are welcome, given the project's unique location near the intersection of Union Park, Hamline-Midway, Frogtown, and Summit-University Districts.)
June 17, 6:30-8:30 PM
Urban development is one of the most important issues today, particularly in light of our country's affordable housing crisis. The Committee on Land Use and Economic Development (CLUED) is holding an open discussion Monday, June 17th (6:30-8:30pm) surrounding the Lexington Project.
The project is a proposed residental building to be developed on a currently vacant site located at 411-417 Lexington Pksy N (just south of the intersection of University Ave and Lexington Pkwy N). The project is in a preliminary conceptual design phase, but is currently anticipating ~250 apartment units.
The Wilder foundation (the sellers of the plot of land) will be joining us for this meeting. This is your chance to ask questions! All residents and community members from neighboring districts are welcome, given the project's unique location near the intersection of Union Park, Hamline-Midway, Frogtown, and Summit-University Districts.
Say it loud for the people in the back!
Don't put your recycling in bags in your recycling cart. Recyclers can't tell what's in the bag, so your items might not get recycled. Recycle Smart, do your part and place recycling loose in your cart.
Try using an unlined bin or reusable bag to collect recycling in your home and then put it loose in your recycling cart. Learn more at stpaul.gov/recycle
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