national night out in prospect park
National Night Out
Tuesday August 1, 2016, 5:30-8pm
National Night Out (NNO) is an event organized by local police departments throughout the country. Its purpose is to get neighbors to meet each other and local police department representatives to build a healthier, safer community.
CRIME PREVENTION & SAFETY
NNO is not just one night of the year, but the culmination of year-long crime prevention activity in all Minneapolis neighborhoods: people working together in block and apartment clubs and other networks to prevent and address crime and other neighborhood problems. It is an occasion to celebrate past successes, discuss current challenges or issues, and re-dedicate to collaborative efforts with neighbors, police, businesses and others to improve the quality of life in our city. NNO is the largest event of its kind in Minneapolis and the country.
NNO Block Club Parties in Prospect Park
In Prospect Park, neighbors gather on the first Tuesday evening in August and often share potluck food and refreshments. Block clubs often gather on:
- Arthur Avenue;
- Bedford & Melbourne
- Bedford south of Franklin
- East River Parkway/Terrace @ St. Francis Cabrini Church
- Erie Street (Motley area)
- Franklin & Melbourne (alley west of Seymour)
- Franklin Oval;
- Fourth Street (mid-block)
- Glendale townhomes (in Luxton Park)
- Malcolm Avenue
- Yale & Superior (Bridal Veil Falls Area)
To find the closest NNO event to you please call the Minneapolis Police Department's 2nd Precinct. There are a few spots in Prospect Park without active Block Clubs. The events each year in Luxton Park and in the Franklin Oval (Franklin Ave & Cecil St) welcome anyone in the neighborhood to celebrate with them.