The 44th Annual Linden Hills Festival Promises Fun and Food For All Ages
Annual Event returns with both old favorites and new events
The 44th Annual Linden Hills Festival will be held on Sunday, May 20th from 11am to 5pm at Linden Hills Park. The Linden Hills Neighborhood Council (LHiNC) is excited to announce that the Linden Hills Farmers Market will be joining us again this year to have their first market of the season with us on Festival day. As always, food figures large on the day’s agenda, with a Beer Garden sponsored by Red Wagon Pizza and food trucks and stands featuring fare from Tilia’s, Clancy’s, Red Wagon Pizza, Terzo, Tinto, Drew’s Donuts, and Sebastian Joe’s, just to name a few.
Some new features in this year’s festival include a Family Stage, with music and games for children and Linden Hills Park’s first-ever Bocce Court. The Bocce Court’s creators will be on hand to demonstrate and teach this fun social game.
The 3000+ visitors that typically attend this event can also count on the return of festival favorites, including the bandstand featuring local musicians, kids games, crafts & face painting, bounce houses/inflatables, silent auction, used book sale, artist and vendor marketplace, chess tournament, yoga and more. And as per tradition, the festival will kick off with the Bike Parade at 11am, featuring hundreds of riders atop decorated bikes.
“We are especially excited to host the 44th Annual Linden Hills Festival this year,” says LHiNC Chairman Steve Birch. “We all need to get outside after a long snowy winter and enjoy some food, music and the opportunity to help fund activities for the neighborhood.”
The Linden Hills Festival is organized by the Linden Hills Neighborhood Council (LHiNC), a non-governmental, non-profit organization that serves the Linden Hills community. Funds raised through the festival are invested in building community through neighborhood events, as well as print and online communications; protecting the local environment through projects like a solar garden, tree planting, local park beautification, and education; and supporting neighborhood arts and education through the council’s grants program that has funded college scholarships, tutoring programs, school and community music and theater programs and more.
For more information, please contact LHiNC Board Member and Communications Chair Wendy Ponte at 612-224-2613 or email@example.com
About the Linden Hills Neighborhood Council: The Linden Hills Neighborhood Council (LHiNC) is a non-profit formed to represent the interests of Linden Hills residents, property owners and business owners. Its purpose is to be a voice in civic affairs affecting our community, increase community involvement, and promote social, cultural, recreational and educational opportunities in the area. Learn more about LHiNC at www.lindenhills.org.
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