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WBNA has begun a year-long planning process that will guide our goals and work plans in the neighborhood for the next five years. This process cannot succeed without your ideas! We ask you to take part by sharing what you care about, and to encourage your neighbors to take part, as well.
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WBNA ha comenzado un proceso de planificación de un año que guiará nuestras metas y planes de trabajo en el vecindario durante los próximos cinco años. ¡Pero este proceso no puede tener éxito sin tus ideas! Le pedimos que participe compartiendo sus ideas y también invitando a sus vecinos a participar.
West Broadway Neighborhood Association organizes neighbors and businesses on the West Side of Providence to preserve and promote our diverse, historic, urban community as a safe, vibrant, and sustainable place to be SWELL (Shop, Work, Eat, Live, and Learn locally).
Enjoy the energy-raising rhythms of Roberto Arias y su Alebreke, bringing salsa, bachata, cha cha and merengue to Dexter Park during July 19's West Side Thursdays performance at 5pm, followed by the rescheduled Trinity Rep performance of The Tempest / La Tempestad. This event also features kids’ crafts & games courtesy of The Feast, and all the offerings of the Armory Farmers Market including food trucks/vendors and a Beer Garden from Troop and Revival Brewing Co.
Behold the awesome sound of the 60+ piece The American Band at July 26's West Side Thursdays event, as well as kids' fun courtesy of Providence Children’s Museum and all the offerings of the Armory Farmers Market including food trucks/vendors and a Beer Garden from Troop and Revival Brewing Co.
WBNA seeks a new or existing business to occupy its 1978 square foot, ground floor retail space at 1577 Westminster Street, available starting September 1, 2018. While this sunny first floor space was originally built as a small market and café, WBNA welcomes a broad range of commercial uses including shops, start-ups, or other entities.
WBNA's summer performance series (June 28 and July 12, 19, & 26) features family-friendly fun with Trinity Rep's bilingual adaptation of The Tempest / La Tempestad, Motown band Nickel Jukebox, salsa and bachata sensation Roberto Arias y su Alebreke, and the awe-inspiring 60+ piece The American Band, plus lots of kids activities, the Armory Farmers Market Beer Garden, and more!
WBNA’s Community Development Committee reviewed the proposed redevelopment of 41-45 Parade Street (former Parkview nursing home) into residential apartments, and a new infill construction project by Peter Case at 1492 Westminster Street. Learn more about these projects.
A full house of neighbors came out to hear the state’s Carole Cornelison give an update on the Cranston Street Armory, but expressed disappointment at the lack of community engagement so far around the findings of consultants hired to develop re-use options for this important state building.