Want to make a difference this weekend? You can help transform a wasted yard into a beautiful place that will create neighborhood pride or you can help cleanup and maintain the Prince Memorial Greenway. West Enders Betsy Hall and Stan Gow are in charge of these two great community improvement projects. The West End was also featured in a recent Press Democrat article- it is an interesting look at the neighborhood.
May 5th and 6th– The West End Garden Challenge 2012 at 133 7th Street. Rise to the challenge of creating a more sustainable neighborhood. Spend an afternoon or even an hour to help transform the yard at 133 7th Street from a wasteland to a sustainable, water wise garden filled with natives, herbs and drought tolerant plants. Activities: mulching, digging and planting. Bring: Shovel, rake, gloves, hat and sunscreen. Share: Bring something from your garden bulbs that need separating, herbs, succulents or a stepping stone! Provided: Beverages and snacks. Tour the evolving restoration of the historic home. For more info: email@example.com Location: 133 7th– corner of 7th and Davis Time: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
May 5th, Saturday- First SATURDAY Cleanup (ages 6 and up welcome). Join neighbors and youth in the care of Prince Memorial Greenway the first Saturday of every month. Clean-up supplies provided. Organized by West Ender Stan Gow. For more info go to http://firstsaturdaycleanup.org Time: 10 a.m.
Press Democrat- The West End Comes Full Circle A recent article about West End History, neighbors and businesses. FYI- the boundaries stated for the West End were incorrect. (West End Neighborhood Map) and the well known and loved barber was Fred Callori (not Albert). But hey… it is alot of information for the writer to cover… so mistakes happen.
Do you have a crime to report? Post it on our Facebook page so the whole neighborhood hears about it. http://www.facebook.com/groups/45503934491
The West End Neighborhood where urbanism, preservation, art and people come together! For the latest updates, crime alerts, full calendar of events and photos- go the West End Neighborhood website. Click Here!