Learn about our neighborhood schools from those who know them best! At 6pm, meet principals and parents of Asa Messer Elementary, Carl Lauro and West Broadway Middle Schools, and take part in an active Q&A. At 7pm, join one of our committee meetings that include a presentation on the redevelopment of the former Parkview Nursing Home, updates on a new tot lot and volleyball court at Dexter Park, and brainstorming promotion of the state’s RFI for reuse of the Armory. Free food, child care and Spanish interpretation provided. ALL ARE WELCOME.
In the first hour of our November Neighborhood Nights general meeting, explore how being green can be a bigger part of our everyday lives with presentations from Urban Greens, Groundwork RI, RI Resource Recovery Corporation and more! In the second hour, a special presentation from RIDOT on the 6-10 Highway Connector Project plus all WBNA committee meetings. Free food, child care and translation. All are welcome!
Join us for Candidates Night, featuring city council, mayoral, and state general assembly candidates running for seats in the WBNA focus area who will be on the primary ballot on September 12. This is the first of two forums that we are holding in advance of the November election. Free food, child care and Spanish interpretation. ALL ARE WELCOME.
Don’t miss this month’s important Neighborhood Nights where we’ll get a much anticipated status update on the Cranston Street Armory, learn about the redevelopment of the Parkview Nursing Home property on Parade Street, and hear from architect Peter Case about a new construction project slated for the empty lot at 1492 Westminster Street.
The State of the Armory is followed by meetings of all WBNA Committees, which are open to everyone. Free food, child care and Spanish interpretation. ALL ARE WELCOME.
Join us for an important conversation led by Annette Bourne, Research & Policy Director of HousingWorks RI at Roger Williams University, about the cost of housing in Rhode Island and how it impacts our community and economy. This presentation is followed by meetings of all WBNA Committees, which are open to everyone. Free food, child care and Spanish translation. ALL ARE WELCOME.
Twenty-nine trees will be planted around Dexter Training Ground during the Annual Spring Cleanup, and volunteers are needed! No experience necessary, just a willingness to get your hands in some (clean) dirt. Starts at 113 Parade Street.
The City is giving some love to Dexter Training Ground (aka Armory Park) this year, and wants to hear from you! Learn about possible repairs and upgrades from the Providence Parks Department, and give your input and feedback during the first hour of our April Neighborhood Nights event. This presentation is followed by meetings of all WBNA Committees, which are open to everyone. Free food, child care and translation. ALL ARE WELCOME.
Get to know your legislators and let them hear from you at our 5th Annual Conversation With Our Elected Officials, taking place during our March Neighborhood Nights event. This town hall style meeting is followed by meetings of all WBNA Committees, and is free and open to all.
Learn about the City's new Bike Share Program! Plus meet the new Principal of West Broadway Middle School & get a welcoming introduction to all of our committees. Neighborhood Nights is a once monthly gathering of neighbors that features a General Meeting in the first hour (6-7pm) followed by all WBNA Committees meeting in the second (7-8pm). Free food, child care and translation. OPEN TO ALL.
Join neighbors, elected officials, and the Jeffrey family in celebrating the completion of our Bocce Courts and Chess in the Park project in a ribbon cutting ceremony and "toss of the first ball" that ends with a Chess Program for kids.
Please join the West Side Parks Committee at Dexter Training Ground for its bi-annual inspection of this park for maintenance and safety issues. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! We'll also discuss the new Bocce Court and chess tables.
Please join Councilman Bryan Principe and the Providence Parks Department for a neighborhood meeting about a proposed pilot program at Franciscan (aka Bell Street) Park that would create different kinds of dog and people recreation areas in the park.