A great dinner for a good cause


Fundraiser for The Healy Project at the Lowbrow!

Have dinner at the Lowbrow on August 10 (a Monday night) and 10% of the profits will benefit The Healy Project. Treat yourself to a reasonably priced night out for a good cause!

The Healy Project is dedicated to education about and the preservation of the beautiful old houses of T.P. Healy and other early Minneapolis builders.

If you can’t make it August 10, please consider a donation of any amount ┬áto help us preserve the legacy of T.P. Healy.


City Ghosts: Specters, Spirits, and Spooks


In the spirit of Halloween, eat, drink, and be scared listening to folklorist Trilby Busch relate stories of real hauntings in Minneapolis and other cities. A $15 donation to the Healy Project gets you refreshments and scary stories, plus a glimpse into the mystery and grace of a bygone age in a 1890’s house designed by master builder P.C. Richardson.

The spooky storytelling is set in the beautiful Queen Anne house at 2109 Bryant Avenue South, Minneapolis. No walk-ins.

October 24 & 25, 2014, 7:30pm-9:30pm

2109 Bryant Ave. S.

Tickets $15. Order here!

Pre-registration required! Limited seating available. No children under 12.

For more information, or to preregister via e-mail, contact

Photo above: The foyer staircase in the Daggett-Gillette Mansion, 40 Groveland Terrace. Designed by McLeod and Lamoreaux, 1898/ addition by Harry Jones, 1911; built by T.P. Healy. Wrecked 1935. Ironically, it’s the house, razed eight decades ago, not the girl, who’s the ghost.

2109 Bryant Ave. S. Designed and built by P.C. Richardson, 1892.

2 Replies to “Events”

  1. Hello,

    I’m the organizer for the Twin Cities Museum Meetup Group. I attended this event two years ago. I was able to promote the event on my groups website and several people attended and enjoyed the evening immensely. I would like your permission to post this event or at least do a mailing to inform my members. Historic preservation is one of my groups focus and a good number of us belong to Metzler’s group and Preserve Minneapolis.

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