All current and former East End residents and anyone interested in the Winona neighborhood are invited to the next East End Neighborhood Project community gathering on Tuesday, April 30, from 5-7 p.m. at the Polish Museum.
There will be activities from 5-5:30 p.m., and conversations and storytelling starting at 5:30. Attendees will have the chance to define the East End boundaries, pitch or join ideas for neighborhood projects, take a survey to win prizes to East End businesses, and more!
Refreshments will be available, and kid-friendly activities will be offered. The event will be in the Morrison Annex on Second Street next to the museum.
Special thanks to the Winona Polish Cultural Institute and Museum for hosting; volunteers will be present to share more about the museum and its work and programs.
East End Neighborhood Project events and gatherings are going on now through early summer, bringing neighbors together to celebrate the East End’s rich history and imagine its future. Visit engagewinona.org or the public Facebook group — Winona East End Neighborhood Project — to stay in touch and learn more.