Lippitt House 150th Anniversary Block Party is set for Sunday, June 28, noon to 4 p.m. on Hope Street between Waterman Street and Angell Street, Providence. Highlights of this free event include performances by Ladies of the Rolling Pin a Border Morris dance team, Hilldale Boys folk trio, Renaissance V Brass Quintet, Grammy Award winning singer and storyteller Bill Harley, children's activities, food vendors, works by artists and craftsmen, Museum open house, and free anniversary cake! www.LippittHouse.org
CHNA Board Meetings take place on the first Monday of every month from 7:00 - 8:30 at The Lippitt House Museum at 199 Hope Street, Providence, RI 02906. These meetings are open to the public. Agenda's will be posted 1-2's in advance of the meeting on our Facebook page.
If you are interested in serving on the Board of Directors for CHNA, please send a note via our "contact us" tab or attend an upcoming meeting.
Prospect Park is one of our community's greatest treasures, with its unparalleled view of our city. But over the years, we've watched pavement degrade, benches rot, and brambles creep in. So the College Hill Neighborhood Association is in the planning process to restore the park. To kick off our campaign, we're having a family friendly launch party at the park this Wednesday at 6:00pm. Come to support the park--and meet your neighbors!
A tasty way to support Lippitt House!
On the eveing of Tuesday, April 28 from 5 - 9 PM simply enjoy a delicious flatbread and a portion of the sales will benefit Lippitt HouseMuseum. Take-out and delivery both count. Join us at Flatbread Company, 161 Cushing Street, just off Thayer Street.
PLOWING, POTHOLES AND PARKING
What we've learned from the Winter of 2015. Please join the College Hill Neighborhood Association for a public meeting about snow removal, city parking bans, and pothole repair on Wednesday, April 22 from 6:30-8:00 pm in the auditorium at Wheeler School’s beautiful new Gilder Center for the Arts building featuring Q&A with several city leaders to include Mayor Jorge Elorza, COO Brett Smiley, Chief City Engineer William Bombard and Councilman Sam Zurier to name a few.
Holiday Stroll on Thayer
Thayer will be festive with holiday lights, Santa and his Elves will be visiting and available for photos and passing out treats.
There will be strolling carolers and musicians.
And don't miss our Re-Cycled Tree Sculpture and Merchant Holiday Window Decorating Contests and more! Take a stroll on Thayer with us and enjoy the Holiday Season!
The installation is part of a new performance piece MILTON being created by PearlDamour, the performance company who created HOW TO BUILD A FOREST. Lisa D"Amour and Katie Pearl have spent two years traveling to five towns named Milton across the United States - in Wisconsin, North Carolina, Massachusetts, Louisana, and Oregon. PearlDamour interviewed local residents and community groups about where they live and how they define their role in the world, asking the essential question, "how does it feel to be an American?"
A tasty and easy way you can support Lippitt House!
Tuesday, May 20th
5 to 9 pm
Flatbread Company on Providence's East Side
161 Cushing St. (near Thayer St.)
All flatbread pizzas ordered from 5-9 pm (eaten in, takeout or delivered) will be counted and a portion of sales will benefit Lippitt House. Stop by and say hello or call in your order! (401) 273-2737
Community Meeting on Crime Watch Programs TONIGHT
The goal of the meeting is to learn more about how crime watch programs can work.
Wednesday, May 21
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Nathan Bishop Middle School.
There will have a panel discussion with Lieutenant Ryan and Captain Stamatakos of the Providence Police Department, as well as Monica Anderson (Community Liaison at Miriam Hospital) and Jay Tavares (West Broadway Neighborhood Association Board Member and Chair of the Neighborhood Action Crime Watch). Monica and Jay will be speaking on the establishment of crime watches programs and how they are maintained.
Once the presenters have introduced the program to the community, those in attendants will have an opportunity to ask questions of the panel about neighborhood crime watches and the more general issue about how residents and the police can work together to reduce crime.
Providence Art Club on May 29th
Jamestown Arts Center on May 31st 8pm
Join Providence Premieres for a tour-de-force evening of local talent as a lineup of Rhode Island's All-Star classical musicians and composers present an exciting and innovative program of New Music at the Providence Art Club on May 29th and the Jamestown Arts Center on May 31st.
Featuring 4 World Premiere Commissions written especially for the concert, the evenings will be presented in an exciting 70-minute format to include projected media and electronics. Interviews with the composers will precede each premiere, with a Q&A following the concert.
Providence Premieres is dedicated to reshaping the way New Music is created and experienced within Rhode Island.
Click here to purchase tickets and for more information.