16 packed-to-the-max groups, 3 Spanish-speaking tours, and well over a hundred people on the waiting list. By all accounts, our first Armory Open! tours were a great success.
Volunteers needed! In an ongoing partnership with House of Hope CDC, WBNA seeks volunteers for its ACES (Armory Citizens Enabling Shelter) initiative to provide outreach and supportive services to homeless and housing insecure individuals in the Dexter Training Ground area.
Be a Street Captain for our annual Spring Cleanup! Tired of seeing the same problem areas near your home week after week? Here's your chance to make it better in one day all while getting to know your neighbors!
The 2019 Annual Meeting celebrated WBNA’s people-powered achievements of 2018 and this year’s Award Winners that include Wiggin Village, Urban Greens, Jackie Poulios of Zuccolo, and more. We also met our 2019 Board of Directors, and got a look at what's to come in 2019.
From helping neighbors in need to ensuring neighbors have “a place at the table” about issues that are closest to home, our work could not be done without the support of WBNA members. While challenges over the years have changed, the need to come together and collectively find solutions continues. Learn more.
Our neighborhood will soon have a full service grocery store right on Cranston Street, and we’ve got the photos to prove it. Read a guest blog post from one of Urban Greens enthusiastic member-owners, learn more about this new people-powered place on the west side, and find out how to get involved.