Join your neighbors at the Edible Hillside at Harbor View Park for the Spring Planting event at April 29th from 10AM to 4PM. More details to come, but in the meantime, check out this article in the West End News.
An Irish Heritage Center Presentation at Seventy Five State Street “THE IRISH CATHEDRAL” 6:00 – 7:00 PM Thursday, April 19, 2018 Gray Street Entrance 75 State St, Portland, ME Learn more about SFSS’s closest neighbor, the Irish Cathedral. The speaker … Continued
This year we’re trying a different approach to our annual spring clean-up: it’s more flexible and focused on the places we frequent every day. When: Saturday, 21 April Where: Throughout the West End How: Gather a few neighbors and choose … Continued
Seventy Five State Street presents the annual Spring Festival. Friday, April 6, 5-8pm First Friday Art Walk Art Show & Sale Resident Art Exhibits Resident Reception- meet the artists! Entertainment Refreshments Exciting Raffles & 50-50s Saturday, April 7, 9am-3pm Spring … Continued
Major topics covered at monthly meetings* In-depth conversation with City Councilor, Spencer Thibodeau Portland’s comprehensive planning process In-depth conversation with Cumberland County DA, Jennifer Ackermann City and School Department financial processes Parks, gardens, and open spaces Resources for renters Reiche … Continued
WENA and The Locker Project are co-sponsoring a food drive on behalf of Reiche school children. According to the School District’s Food Security Task Force, 1 out of 2 Portland school-aged children is food insecure. Please join us in helping … Continued
We will be elaborating, sharing, and thinking about our designs for the five traffic boxes that we’ll be repainting in the Spring of 2018. Clifford Tremblay will have a map sample to critique as a group. Remember, you do not … Continued
In May 2017, the West End Neighborhood Association applied for a grant from Portland Trails for a community-building project. The project we proposed for painting traffic boxes (trafos) in our neighborhood was awarded $1,000. We are very grateful for Portland … Continued