June 2018 – March 2019
Event will be held on June 1 and June 2 between 9:00 am and 3::00 pm each day.
Maps can be picked up after May 29th at the Highland Park Community Center desk. Maps will also be available on the the HDC web site.
Go to our events page at: http://highlanddistrictcouncil.org/events-2/garage-fest/ for more information.
ROCK your summer at the historic Highland Park Pool House
Join your neighbors as we kick-off Highland’s Summer Music Series on Thursday, June 14th with “Pool House Rock” at the historic Pool House ( Montreal Ave & Edgcumbe Rd ), Featuring local band “The Rivermen”, the music begins at 6:30pm, weather permitting.
This is a family friendly event, with a food truck and plenty of activities for the kids. Please note: beer is not available at this event.
Bring your lawn chairs, blankets and hammocks and gather on the Pool House lawn for an evening of music and fun.
Come for the Music . . . Stay for the Movie.
Stay on after the music for a showing of La La Land (PG-13). The movie runs from 9 – 11:08 pm.
The Friends of Highland Arts (FHA) and HDC are pleased to continue our partnership with St Paul Parks & Recreation to provide free arts-focused events for our HP community at the historic Pool House. We hope to generate interest in and support for the redevelopment of this WPA building as a place of arts and entertainment for our community.
Sponsored events at the Pool House this summer are seeking to generate interest in and support for redevelopment of this underutilized community space.
Parking available in the Highland Park lots on both sides of Montreal.
*Located at Montreal Ave & Edgcumbe Rd
*Located at Montreal Ave & Edgcumbe Rd
Jazzed About Highland – McNasty Brass Band will be featured at Jazzed about Highland June 21. Highland Park neighbors and visitors are encouraged to stroll down to Langford & Karls Chiropractic at Cleveland Avenue and Highland Parkway on Thursday, June 21 for Jazzed about Highland. Sponsored by the Highland Business Association and Highland District Council, this free event promises food, family-fun and the great jazz of McNasty Brass Band. Food and beverages will be available for purchase beginning at 6 pm and the band starts at 7 pm. Prizes and family activities sponsored by local businesses will add to the fun. Bring your lawn chair!
The public is invited to enjoy a light-hearted evening of laughter on Tuesday, September 25th. The comedic event, KUMBAYA HIGHLAND, features the cast of Twin Cities civics-inspired comedy improv troupe, The Theater of Public Policy (t2p2.net), and examines what’s so funny ‘bout peace, love and understanding our differences in Highland Park.
Hosted by local nonprofit, Friends of Highland Arts (FHA) to demonstrate their commitment to the essential role the arts play in a thriving community, this show is provided at no charge to the community and is sponsored by area businesses and organizations.
Held at the newly upgraded Summit Brlewery Taproom, the doors will open at 6:30 PM, and the show begins around 7PM. Beer and root beer are available for purchase. Food Trucks will be on site.
Last year more than 130 neighbors enjoyed the improv show HIGHLARIUS HIGHLAND, and FHA anticipates an even larger audience this year. KUMBAYA HIGHLAND is also a participating event of the program “10 Days Free from Violence” in the Twin Cities. twincitiesnonviolent.org.
Join the fun as we are reminded about what makes our neighborhood a special place to live, and most often that’s the people in it. People will have differences, which makes a neighborhood interesting, interactive and fun. This, and learning to live with our urban coyotes, is the stuff of humor.
Co-sponsored by the Highland District Council.
All Highland Park neighbors are welcome to join the Highland District Council for free ice cream and games. Meet your neighbors and members of the Highland District Council. Learn about the Highland District Council, tell HDC Board members what you like about Highland Park!
The Macalester-Groveland & Highland Park Home Improvement Fair is one of our neighborhood’s most popular events, bringing in over 80 exhibitors and 15 workshops to help you take on your next project (and save money, energy, and time in the process).