Poetry in the Park in the Dark Celebrated Ten Poets and Artists

On the evening of June 13, we celebrated the work of ten poets and ten artists and six Twin Cities youth solar rock public art creators. Having all their work connect with the natural beauty of Frogtown Farm and the sky and the moon and all the people there on such a lovely summer evening was magical. If you want to see their creations, you may visit our online shop
or click here.

Rondo: Beyond the Pavement needs your help!

Help us win the Amazon Prime Award.
Watch Rondo: Beyond the Pavement here through June 24th. Led by filmmaker Bianca Rhodes, Rondo youth created this powerful film interviewing Rondo elders. Edited by Georgia Fort. Sound by Katherine DeCelle. Please visit rondobeyondthepavement.org for more info. Please also watch Bianca Rhodes being featured on Kare11.com news article.

Saint Paul Almanac Newsletter June 2019 Release

Poetry in the Park in the Dark
Thurs, June 13, 7–9:30 p.m., Frogtown Farm
Poetry and artwork light up the night! Work by some of the Twin Cities’ most talented poets and visual artists blossoms from inside a sculpturally created rock, tricked out with solar power to brighten your path in the dark. Find out about our latest news and activities here.

Community reaction to viewing RONDO: Beyond the Pavement

Poetry and Seeds! in the Park in the Dark

The date has changed! And the plants are now seeds—the same seeds being planted at Frogtown Farm! Poetry and Seeds! in the Park in the Dark.

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Through filmed interviews with elders who lived the story, RONDO chronicles the attempted destruction of a flourishing African heritage community, sliced in half by the construction of Interstate 94 in the 1950s and ’60s and by Housing Redevelopment Authority home...

Saint Paul Almanac Newsletter June 2019 Release

Poetry in the Park in the Dark Thurs, June 13, 7–9:30 p.m., Frogtown Farm Poetry and artwork light up the night! Work by some of the Twin Cities’ most talented poets and visual artists blossoms from inside a sculpturally created rock, tricked out with solar power to...

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