Plant Sale, Garage Sale and Progressive Supper (5/6)!

Plant Sale:

There’s still time to pre-order plants for the Summit Hill Association (SHA) plant sale!  We have extended the deadline through this weekend to pre-order your plants from Gertens and support SHA as you beautify your landscape. Orders appreciated by Monday, April 3rd at 9 a.m.


As your District Planning Council, the Summit Hill Association does important work throughout our neighborhood including crime prevention, pedestrian safety, community building and neighborhood advocacy City, but we need YOUR SUPPORT.

Click here to browse through the great variety of hanging plants, vegetables, flower flats, and vines and grasses on offer. All orders will be ready for pick up on May 6 from the Linwood Rec Center.

If you’re not ready to commit to your garden plans just yet, please consider purchasing a Gertens plant gift card through this sale. You can use it year-round to purchase plants, and SHA receives 15% on every plant card purchased.

Share this link with your friends, family, neighbors, and anyone else you think might like to take advantage of this “plants with a purpose” fundraiser for SHA. The more people who know about this opportunity, the better.


Order Your Plants via email:

For more information about the plants click here to view color photographs in the Gertens Catalog. Most plants are free from bee killing chemicals and that is great for the environment!



Spring Garage Sale – Start your Spring cleaning now!

SHA’s Spring Neighborhood-wide Garage Sale will be Saturday, May 6th from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Many Summit Hill residents have cleared out their garages and/or acquired some wonderful treasures at past SHA Neighborhood-Wide Garage Sales.

It costs a mere $20/Garage Sale Site.  You and your neighbor(s) to hold a joint garage sale to make it more fun and successful.  Each Garage Sale Site receives: (a) advance copies of the Garage Sale Sites flyer; (b) two bright yellow “Summit Hill Garage Sale” posters; and (c) advertising in the Pioneer Press, the Star Tribune and Villager newspapers, as well as on the SHA website and other social media outlets.

The very popular SHA Garage Sales flyers with a sale “navigation” map will also be available to the bargain hunters at the Linwood Recreation Community Center and on the SHA website.

Watch this SHA website or contact the SHA office for specifics on how to sign up for this Garage Sale event.



Spring Progressive Dinner: Breaking Break Bread With Your Neighbors

The SHA  Spring Progressive Dinner is the evening of May 6th this year. It is a unique opportunity to spend time with your current friends and to meet new people throughout the Summit Hill neighborhood.  Whether you are new to the Summit Hill neighborhood or have been here for many years, this event is a wonderful way to get plugged in to what is happening in our area -– all while sharing delicious food and laughter!

The evening consists of several courses, each of which is served in a different home.  If you do not wish to serve a course, you can bring a dessert to the final course, which is generally served buffet-style for the entire Progressive Dinner group.   The Progressive Dinner costs $10 per person.

Watch this SHA website or contact the SHA office for specifics on this upcoming event.