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Upcoming Events and Meetings

LHCC Board Meetings
Open to everyone! 
Last Monday of the Month at 7pm 
(No meetings in July or December)
Lex-Ham Office, 1216 Selby Avenue

Have an issue for the agenda?  
Call the office at 651-645-3207 or send an email to: lexham@lexham.org at least one week prior. Thanks!

Lex-Ham Theater Outing
Saturday, February 18th at 7:30pm

Join your Lex-Ham neighbors for a theater outing to see "The Highwaymen" at the History Theatre on Feburary 18th at 7:30. The show depicts how Interstate 94 displaced our neighboring community, Rondo, and forever changed the face of Saint Paul. All of our vouchers have been purchased, so please buy tickets directly from the theater. 
Don't miss this one!

LED Community Meeting
Tuesday, February 21st at 7pm
St. Paul Reformation Church, 100 North Oxford Street

We are holding a Community Meeting with Public Works to share information about the process for testing alternative bulbs for residential lighting in Saint Paul. Public Works will install 8 types of LED bulbs or treatments for testing in the Lex-Ham neighborhood from March to May. During this time, feedback will be gathered from residents using multiple platforms. Signage will be installed identifying the areas for testing and how to provide feedback.
One type of bulb will be tested per block on the following streets between Lexington and Griggs:
Our neighborhood will be used to test bulbs in the older lamp post style lights. Two other neighborhoods will be sites for testing bulbs in the newer lamp post style lights. 

This process reflects the requests made to the City by the Lex-Ham Community Council regarding the transition of residential street lighting to LEDs and we are eager to partner with Public Works on this issue. Please plan to engage with this process in the coming months to offer your feedback and assistance.


Natural Playscape Chat
Wednesday, February 22nd from 7-8pm
1191 Ashland Avenue

Residents have expressed interest in advocating for playspace in Lex-Ham that is nature-based. Studies show that play which is nature-based fosters creativity, confidence, and curiosity in children. An example of a natural playscape in the Twin Cities is the Hollow Nature Play Area at the Tamarak Nature Center in White Bear Lake. You are invited to an informal discussion about advocating for a natural playscape in our neighborhood on Wednesday, February 22nd from 7-8pm hosted by Pam and Jesse. Dessert provided! 
Please come and invite a friend.


Lex-Ham Spaghetti Dinner
Sunday, March 19th at 5:30pm
St. George Greek Orthodox Church, 1111 Summit Ave

Enjoy a meal together with live music. Participate in the PoeTREE activity and connect with your neighbors!


Get involved!
Contact Amy for committee and volunteer opportunities at lexham@lexham.org or 651-641-3207.
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