Go Local - Mill City Directory
Contribute to our vibrant, growing neighborhood by going local when you have the option. Together we can make a difference!
Connected by the common purpose to build community as it meets the lifelong health and lifestyle needs of its members, Mill City Commons is a neighborhood, nonprofit membership-focused organization.
This market is not only a fun neighborhood and destination spot for Minnesota residents, but another way to share the many benefits of local sustainable and organically produced foods.
Mill City Museum - Built into the ruins of what was once the world’s largest flour mill, MillCity Museum is located on the historic Mississippi Riverfront. Here, visitors of all ages learn about the intertwined histories of the flour industry, the river, and the city of Minneapolis.
Mill City Running hopes everyone entering their doors will feel encouraged on their path to fitness. They offer personalized assistance with finding a good shoe or apparel, running/training advice, group runs and clinics. Join their Race Team!
411 E. Hennepin Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55414
Phone - 612-378-6001
Hours - MON-THUR 10-8, FRI 10-6, SAT 10-5, SUN 12-5
Mill District Dental will provide you with the tools you need to ensure that you achieve and maintain oral health. Dr. Peters and our team devote many hours to continuing education and pass the benefits of this advanced knowledge on to you.
•Botox & Dermal Fillers •Children's Dentistry •Cosmetic Dentisry •Crowns & Bridges •Dental Implants •Full & Partial Dentures •Invisalign •Oral Surgery •Root Canals •Tooth-Colored Fillings
1026 Washington Avenue S, Suite 100, Minneapolis 55415
Phone - 612-877-8888
Hours - See website
As the centerpiece of the revitalization of Minneapolis' historic West Side Milling District, Mill Ruins Park combines an exploration of the history of Minneapolis with present day activities for all ages.
Minneapolis Central Library
300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, 55401
Phone - 612-543-8000
Hours - See website
The stunning Minneapolis Central Library is conveniently located in downtown Minneapolis between Hennepin Avenue, the city's arts and theater district, and Nicollet Mall, the backbone of the city's business and shopping districts.
Designed to reflect residents' civic pride and deep commitment to education and literacy, Minneapolis Central Library offers nearly 100 percent access to its collection, the center of the third largest per capita public library collection of any major city in America with a collection of more than 2.4 million items--including books, DVDs, music, government documents and more.
Please visit the web site for details on Hours, the Children's Library, Teen Center, New Americans Center, Business Services, Meeting Spaces, Tours, Events, Activities and other amenities.
Technology available at Central Library
More computers with free Internet access for free public use than any single building in the state - 300+ (up from 75 previously offered).
Public Internet Computers:
Available: Firefox, Internet Explorer, JAWS, Magic screen enlarger, OpenOffice.
No scanners; no MS Word.
2nd, 3rd and 4th Floor:
Each public computer has everything the 1st floor computers have, plus:
6 are designated as "Computer Lab" and have the MS Office Suite, and other online resources, from their unique start page.
6 others have MS Word.
Scanners are attached to two of the remaining computers.
Computer Printers - color printing available on all floors, for $.50 per page.
Central Library has 6 scanners, 2 each on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Floors.
One B/W copier on each floor; $.10/page
One Color copier on 3rd floor; $.50 for 8.5x11; $1.00 for 11x17.
The 1st Precinct's service area is downtown Minneapolis and is bounded by the Mississippi River to the North and Northeast, Interstate 94 on the West and South and Plymouth Avenue North.
Moms On The Run Minneapolis is a fitness option coming to the downtown riverfront, with one hour classes scheduled for April 24 - August 21, 2013. The new Moms On The Run Minneapolis location will be based downtown near the Mill District. Moms On The Run is a coached women’s running program with a motto of Fitness, Friendship, and Fun. Don't let the name fool you - you don’t have to be a mom to join!
Contact: Owner/Certified Run Instructor, Colleen Brooks
Click here more information.