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Join the Powderhorn Games and be entered to win one of 5 sets of our latest PPNA swag!  

Games run from June 14th to July 5th, 2022.

How To Participate

  • Take a selfie in Powderhorn Park Neighborhood

  • Post it on Facebook (@PPNA821) Instagram (@PowderhornMpls), or Twitter (@PowderhornMpls) and tag PPNA

    • 1 selfie = 1 entry…Yes, you can enter multiple times a week!

  • Watch for winners to be announced on Friday at 10 AM on PPNA’s website and social media channels.


Drawings for prizes will take place weekly on Friday at 10 AM.  Winners will be announced on PPNA’s website and social media channels.  Winners can pick up their items during PPNA office hours.  This week you could win 3 T-shirts that start conversations around PPNA’s advocacy platform! 
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The Alliance

The Alliance advances racial justice and equity in economic growth and land development in the Twin Cities region -- this includes advocacy and organizing around housing, small business, workforce, transit routes, and more.  Read about their work and get connected on our blog.
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Opening Ceremonies

Each day the Powderhorn Art Fair will begin with an opening ceremony to celebrate art and community.   Enjoy live music and join us in honoring community members and artists alike.

PPNA & local flag aficionado, Peter Haakon Thompson, are teaming up to help the community create and roll out a sea of flags in honor of the people, places, and ideas that are making a difference in our community.
Join the movement and your flag will be part of a powerful and one-of-a-kind display at this year’s Powderhorn Art Fair dedicated to everything worth raising a flag too! 

Attend the Make & Take event on June 28th at 6 PM in Powderhorn Park or DIY your flag with help from ReThink Tailoring & Sewing Lounge.
Shop PPNA Swag!
PPNA believes Housing is a human right, community voices should shape development and it’s time we stop talking and start doing!

All proceeds from our Swag go to support PPNA Advocacy work.