Bancroft Neighborhood Association

Bancroft Neighborhood Association
Bancroft Neighborhood Association is listed in the Business & Trade Organizations category in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Displayed below is the only current social network for Bancroft Neighborhood Association which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Bancroft Neighborhood Association on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 75.

Contact information for Bancroft Neighborhood Association is:
4120 17th Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55407
(612) 208-1937

"Bancroft Neighborhood Association" - ZapScore Report

Bancroft Neighborhood Association has an overall ZapScore of 75. This means that Bancroft Neighborhood Association has a higher ZapScore than 75% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Minneapolis, Minnesota is 38 and in the Business & Trade Organizations category is 45. Learn more about ZapScore

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We have two garden plots still available for residents. Comment or send a message if you're interested. Cost is $30 (plus $50 refundable deposit) for the year. Some free plants and seeds are available.

Bancroft Neighborhood Association shared In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre's event.
Join more than 50,000 people from near and far to fill the streets both as participants and spectators on this day of celebration and community. In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre’s annual MayDay Parade, Ceremony, and Festival has been a vibrant example of art as community building in the Twin Cities area for 43 years. For many in Minnesota, the MayDay Parade is a time to celebrate the coming warmth with hand-built puppets and masks (some over 10 feet tall), music, dancing and performance in the street. The essence of the parade is rooted in the local community and contemporary issues, concerns, and visions for a better world. Throughout the month of April, everyone is invited to our 16 public workshops, and all who enter participate in the building of this communal story through the creation of puppets and masks. Check out for more information about this event. SCHEDULE & LOCATION: 11 am: MayDay Parade participants assemble by section east of Bloomington Ave on 25th St., between Bloomington and Cedar Ave. in South Minneapolis. See map NOON: PARADE BEGINS at the corner of 25th St. E. and Bloomington Ave. S., and travels south on Bloomington to 34th St. E., where the parade turns west towards Powderhorn Park. Ceremony & Festival in Powderhorn Park: The MayDay Tree of Life Ceremony begins at 3pm. The Festival is open throughout the day. PARTICIPATE: From Saturday, April 8 - Thursday, May 4, 2017, FREE MayDay Build Workshops are held: Every Tuesday from 7-9pm Every Thursday from 7-9pm Every Saturday from 9-11am and 1-3pm There are a wide variety of volunteer opportunities for individuals, churches, civic organizations, and businesses! Volunteer positions for MayDay 2017 will be filled in March & April 2017. Sign up to volunteer at For more info on how to participate check out our other facebook events or
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Bancroft Neighborhood Association shared PPNA Powderhorn Park Neighborhood Association's event.
Join neighbors and friends to clean up litter along the 38th & Chicago Corridor. Enjoy discounts at local businesses for participating. All cleaning supplies are provided. This event is brought to you by Powderhorn Park Neighborhood Association, Bancroft Neighborhood Association, Black Eye Roasting Company, Smoke in the Pit and Covet Consign & Covet Design! Photo Credit: 10/6/15 by Jillian Helleloid for Powderhorn365

The Mpls-St. Paul Home Tour is this weekend and there are 29 houses all around Minneapolis!
Real Homes. Real People. Real Ideas. Minneapolis & Saint Paul Home Tour

If you have pets, keep a lookout for unknown food in your or your neighbor's yard.
Residents in south Minneapolis between Lake Hiawatha and Interstate 35W have been calling animal control to report unknown food being thrown onto their property or near it.