[Summit] Updated Calendar for mid to late April
davidjkolsky at yahoo.com
Mon Apr 9 22:26:31 CDT 2018
With a couple of additions and a revision (see April 10th, 17th & 25th), it seemed worthwhile to update my calendar of events (as attached and as printed out below), rather than to send out separate e-mails for each event.
Sorry this is rather late, but I only got one necessary fact on Monday evening.
Have a good week,
Meetingsand other events in Providence from April 10th to April 30th,2018
Tuesday, April 10
5 p.m. sharp – Jewelry District Association monthlymeeting, Room 498, South Street Landing at Dyer Street. (Enter on leftside, under metal awning, take elevator to 4th floor.)
I-195 COMMISSION PeterMcNally, Executive Director, will fill us in on current project status and other topics and thenhe'll take questions and comments from the public.
CiTY WALK AlexEllis, of Providence Planning & Development Dept. will outline the objectives and plans fordesigning the walk/bikeway now in process thanks to major federalTransportation Dept. grants.
6:30 – 8 p.m. -- Downtown NeighborhoodAssociation monthly meeting,Pavilion above Grace Episcopal Church, 300 Westminster Street
7 -8 p.m. – WatermanStreet Dog Park committee monthly meeting, Books on the Square, 471 AngellStreet at Elmgrove (between CVS and Red Stripe)
9:00 – 10:30 am – Elmwood Ave Business &Community Association (EBCA) meeting, ElmwoodNursing and Rehabilitation Center, 225 Elmwood Ave
Planfor the revitalization of Elmwood Ave planters, scheduled for May. Learn aboutPhiladelphia’s Monument Lab, a series of events that engaged residents indiscussions about the city’s monuments.
RSVP to Karen, Karen_ena at earthlink.net, (401) 941-8249
Monday, April 16
7 p.m. – Summit Neighborhood Association,monthly open board meeting, main floor cafeteria of Summit Commons, 99 HillsideAvenue, top of the hill midway between Gregg’s restaurant on North Main andThree Sisters café at the junction of Hope St., East St., and Blackstone Blvd.
Tuesday, April 17
6 – 7:30 p.m. – WaylandSquare Neighborhood Association, monthly meeting, community room of BethanyHomes, on Butler Ave (the extension of Blackstone Blvd) between Angell andMedway Streets.
Thursday, April 19
5 – 9 pm. – GalleryNight Providence, various locations, including free admission to the RISDFaculty Biennial in the RISD Museum.
Monday, April 23
7 p.m. – SummitNeighborhood Annual Meeting (open to all), The Highlands on the East Side, 101Highland Avenue at Second Street.
4:45 p.m. – City PlanCommission public hearing on the FaneTower proposal for the I-Way property, main floor auditorium of the JosephDoorley building, 444 Westminster St. at Empire (facing Black Sheep and AS 220).
6:00 to 8:00 – South Providence Neighborhood Association meeting,Community Prep School on Somerset St, Upper South Providence
To get on theSPNA mailing list, contact Dwayne Keys, southprovneighbors at gmail.com, (401) 369-1334.
Monday, April 23,to Saturday, April 28
Spring Book Sale of the Friends of Rochambeau Library
(708 Hope Street near Rochambeau Ave.)
Preview/Dealer’s nite on MondayApril 23, 4-8 PM- fee is$30 to enter;
Tuesday, April 24th is Friends’Nite 4-8 PM (Renew or Join at the door).
The sale is OPEN TOTHE PUBLIC
from Wednesday April 25th thru Saturday April 28th.
Wednesday, April 25 (10 a.m. – 5 p.m.) and Thursday, April 26 (1 – 8 p.m.)
Prices: $1.00 per book(hardcover and large paperback); 50c for children’s’ books and smallpaperbacks. Higher priced books, first editions and rare books also forsale.
Friday, April 27 (1-5 p.m.)and Saturday, April 28 (1-5p.m.)
Fill-a-bag for $5.Bring your own shopping bag(s) or we can give you some.
Saturday morning,April 28
Earth DayNeighborhood Clean-Up, in neighborhoods all over the East Side, West End, SouthSide, Downtown and the whole city of Providence.
Specific details to come later
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