ENA Newsletter May 2017 – Addenda
An invitation to help bring art to South Providence
Art Connection-RI invites members of the South Providence community to join our Board of Directors, a congenial group of people dedicated to creating access to art throughout Rhode Island. Art Connection-RI has a mission to connect artists and their art with social service agencies serving vulnerable Rhode Islanders. RI Free Clinic, Dorcas International, Genesis Center, West End Community Center, Lighthouse CDC, and AIDS Care Ocean State have all received art through our organization to create a welcoming atmosphere for their constituents.
To find out more: Call Wendy Ingram at 401-335-3229 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, May 13, 9:00 to 10:30 am – Progress report on Broad St initiatives
Location: Southside Cultural Center (393 Broad Street)
Councilwoman Mary Kay Harris, Councilwoman Carmen Castillo, and Director of the Department of Planning and Development, Bonnie Nickerson cordially invite you to a community meeting to review public input voiced at the March 11Community Conversation, discuss current projects and existing funding that can be leveraged to act on community input, and help prioritize next steps.
For details: see Facebook at http://bit.ly/2p6NjUt.
Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter @ProvPlanning, or on the web at providenceri.com/planning.
Saturday, May 20, 8:30am and 1:00pm – West Broadway neighborhood yard sale Get a map of locations: WBNAHeadquarters, 1560 Westminster
Trinkets, toys, people, and egg rolls are some of the things you’ll find in bulk at the West Side Neighborhood-Wide Yard Sale, which has featured up to FIFTY individual yard sales in years past throughout Federal Hill and the West End. In addition to yard sales, you’ll find open houses, sidewalk sales and open studios offered by local businesses and artists. This event showcases the entire neighborhood and is super fun.
Web site: https://www.wbna.org/store/neighborhood-wide-yard-sale-get-on-the-map
For details: See Facebook/Neighborhood-Wide Yard Sale: https://www.facebook.com/events/304000520038422/
Saturday/Sunday, May 20 & 21, 10 am to 2 pm – Southside Community Land Trust’s 25th Annual Rare & Unusual Plant Sale
Location: 168 Clifford St in South Providence
The Sale features hundreds of varieties of sustainably grown annuals and perennials – fruit, vegetable and herb starts – roughly 20,000 in all. Flats are arranged on tables along pathways that meander among knotty fruit trees, the chicken coop and vegetable beds on our working farm. Local performers entertain shoppers with live music. Experienced gardeners are also on hand during the event to answer your gardening questions.
Web site: https://www.southsideclt.org/event/25th-annual-rare-unusual-plant-sale/?event_date=2017-05-20