Join a Group
There are many group activities that exist in Frogtown. Each one is organized and administered by residents, with support from the Frogtown Neighborhood Association (District 7). If you want to learn more about a group, join a group, or start a new group contact us.
This group strives to protect green spaces and gardens in Frogtown, and advocates for green and healthy, sustainable development in our community. They dig, plant and weed. They share the joys of urban harvests.
Click here to see their proposal for a state-wide demonstration farm, in the heart of Frogtown.
Frogtown Farm is a dream held by most of our community. We hope that the owners of the 13 acres of land, Wilder Foundation, will help us fulfill our goals.
This group is seasonal and meets at the horseshoe pits near
Scheffer Rec. Center at the corner of Elfelt Street & Como Avenue.
June - August
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
The group averages 40 - 50 players each year, so sign-up early.
This group is still being formed.
We are looking for interested Frogtowners.
Must be 21 years old to participate.
In October 2010, this group celebrated the 1st Annual Frogtoberfest!!
Frogtown Seniors & Events Committee
Several wise and experienced members of our community regularly get together to engage in fun activities and plan for exciting neighborhood events throughout the year. This group is open to all ages, but focuses on the interests of our most seasoned stakeholders.
They meet every 3rd Friday
11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
West Minnehaha Rec. Center
685 Minnehaha Ave. West
Call us at 651-789-7480 if you are interested in participating.
Other events include:
Frogtown Halloween Party
Frogtown Holiday Party
Frogtown Garage Sale
Residents get together to identify visual improvements to our streets and alleys. We also work on evaluating and improving City policies around sanitation.
This group is working in partnership with the City's Come Clean Campaign. To address the ongoing problem of trash and litter in our community, the City of Saint Paul Public Works Department is engaging community volunteers to clean up, beautify and improve their neighborhoods. This clean-up campaign hopes to create safer and more livable community environments throughout the City of Saint Paul.
This group engages community volunteers in the monitoring of vacant property. Through this monitoring we hope to better understand the home’s history and current condition, in order to improve its future.
Frogtown History Corps
This group has met sporadically over the last 3 years.
We are looking for interested Frogtowners to join and lead this group.
We have specific projects, in process, that need community support:
- Frogtown Conservation District
- Save the Victoria Theatre
- Historic Preservation Building Inventory
Please contact us, if you have time to give.
Housing & Economic Development Working Group
This began as a committee of the Board of Directors of the Frogtown Neighborhood Association (District 7). It has grown to be an open group that evaluates the ideas and development requests of our multiple community and private developers operating throughout Frogtown.
Much of the work of this group is guided by a set of community engagement criteria. Click here to view the process for reviewing potential development.
Friends of Ryan Park
This group is seasonal and meets at the Ryan Park Playgound on the corner of Avon Street and Thomas Avenue. Members are encouraged to bring their children to play and discuss improvements to the park.
April - October
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Frogtown Tree Frogs
This group focuses on the changing landscape of Frogtown. As development around our neighborhood increases, we need an environmental watchdog. Their goal is to “greenline” Frogtown. Greenlining is in direct contrast to “redlining”, the term used to describe how banks and insurance companies withhold services from low-income neighborhoods or communities of color. Creating green sanctuaries for inner-city neighborhoods will enhance and improve community health and the well being of all residents.
This group meets monthly and is extremely active in the Spring, Summer, and Fall.
~ Working with the City on their parks plans
~ Planting more diverse shade trees on the City boulivards
~ Writing grants for more private trees
~ Planting more trees on private property, with little cost to the owner
~ Educating the community about the benefits of trees
~ Expanding the use of fruit trees and the sharing of their production
You can contact them for meeting locations and to join the group via this e-mail.
Start your own group!!! Click here to contact us. We want to support your interests!!!