Take a tour of our neighborhood—find out why Linden Hills is such a special place.
LHiNC is the local residents action group and source of information on block clubs, community volunteers and events, and special groups like the History Study Group, the Garden Club, and the neighborhood Poetry Group—complete with its own Poet Laureate, Doug Wilhide.
The Business Association represents a diverse community of unique and independently owned shops and services. Check out the business directory and upcoming events on their site.
Biweekly newspaper, covering news, events, and arts in Linden Hills and nearby southwest Minneapolis neighborhoods.
Minneapolis is the City of Lakes—here’s some great info about sailing on Lake Harriet, just a few steps east of Linden Hills Co-op.
The Lake Harriet Bandshell is a beautiful spot for listening to music on a summer evening. Check here for concert schedules from the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Department. You can pick up a schedule of this year’s concerts at the co-op, or download a PDF file at the link above.
Fun historical postcard tour of Lake Harriet, Lake Calhoun, and the rest of Minneapolis’s beautiful chain of lakes.
Every summer, as part of the annual Aquatennial Festival, hundreds of people spend thousands of hours building boats out of empty milk cartons, and then they race them on Lake Calhoun. No, really, they do. Click to see pictures of boats shaped like skunks and a raft of floating hippies. Who says Minnesotans are dour, humorless and only love snow?
Photos of the Linden Hills Neighborhood
A chance to see what this great place looks like.