Posted in January 2017

February ELNA Meeting — February 6th 2017

ELNA will meet in February of 2017 on Monday the 6th at New York School, in the library.  The primary item on the agenda is a presentation from City Planning, along with ELNA project heads Pam Blackburn and Phil Collison, on the North of Ninth ReZoning Project.  Organizers from the Food Truck Festival will also … Continue reading »

Hike Through History Update

All partners are pleased to announce that the Hike Through History project has received a grant from Freedom’s Frontier National Heritage Area to support the installation of permanent outdoor signage along the Burroughs Creek Trail, to be installed by summer.  The complete press release with further details can be found here: HTH Press Release.

January ELNA Meeting

The East Lawrence Neighborhood Association will meet again on Monday January 9th from 7-9pm at the New York School library.  Agenda items include: Holiday Fundraising Update, ReZoning Project update, Board Retreat, Fundraising in the new year.

Intersection Repair Update — Meeting 2/2/17

Friends and neighbors,   We hope your winter is going well and that you and yours are staying warm! After discussion, we have decided we are going to repaint the 10th and New Jersey intersection mural at another location in East Lawrence. We are still ironing out the details as to what that location is, … Continue reading »

New York Elementary MLK Chili Feed

New York Elementary’s Annual MLK Chili Feed Tuesday, January 17th, from 5-7pm In the New York School gym and cafeteria   All friends, family, neighbors are welcome. This is an all community event!   A free will cash donation will be collected at the door.   Chili (both meat and vegetarian), with sides, drinks, and … Continue reading »

Yart Sale 2017

Save the Date for the 2017 Yart Sale!   Everybody’s favorite neighborhood Yard and Art sale will return Saturday April 1st, 2017 from 8am to 2pm, to the New York School gym.  Put these too-cold-to-go-outdoors days to good use cleaning out your spaces — your basements and attics and spare rooms.  And save those rediscovered … Continue reading »