Kenny residents—and Patch–took to the parks and streets Saturday morning.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- James Sanna
Monday, April 23, 2012
Saturday morning, scores of Kenny residents, four Patch staffers, and one giant white rabbit descended on Kenny Park and Grass Lake for Earth Day celebrations. We all traveresed the neighborhood and parks, gathering 10 to 15 bags of trash, making birdhouses, and generally having a great time. What did you do on Earth Day? Share your pictures here, and tell us about it in the comments!
Join us at Kenny Park on Saturday morning.
The city will be full of Earth Day clean-up events on Saturday, all organized by the Minneapolis Park Board. But there's only one neighborhood clean-up where you get to hang out with your local Patch editor and get free coffee and doughnuts—Kenny Park. We'll start to clean up the park at 9:30 a.m. along with other volunteers from the Kenny neighborhood, and fan out into the neighborhood to nab any bits of trash there, too. According to a Park Board official helping coordinate the event told Patch that there would be free coffee and doughnuts, and several kid-friendly activities as well. Light cotton gloves will be provided to volunteers, but if you've got your own, bring them, too! Join Southwest Minneapolis Patch from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 …