September 24 marks the date of the 2016 Patterson Park Home Tour. This year we’ll feature The West and North Sectors, but we will be sure to hightlight the river alley, Library Square, the Audubon Garden and Mural, and have a Stay for the Day sheet for people to explore our neighborhood after the tour. The tour runs from 11 am to 4:00 pm (last ticket sold at 3:00). Great opportunity to see how some of your neighbors make their home in the Park. Buy tickets to the tour here (and join or renew your PPNA Membership! We have great membership incentives, including a Members Cocktail Party coming soon!).
Want to be part of the tour, or know someone who’s home you think would be a great addition to our tour? Contact us. We’ve got a great group of homes, but can always use more.
Link to our flyer below, feel free to share!
Catch up on the spring/summer happenings in Patterson Park in the Q2 Newsletter. Featured in this issues are updates from the Safety and Greening Committees, news about the MTA BaltimoreLink, the PPNA Community All-Star Award Recipients, and more. You can download and read the issue here. Thanks to Alex Cascioffe and the PPNA Board for putting this great issue together. Back issues are available here.
Have content you’d like to share with the Patterson Park Neighborhood, or want to take advantage of our great advertising rates? Contact us and let us know.
Also – we still have some routes that need help with distribution for the hard copy of the newsletter. Have some time to do a block or two? Give us a shout.
Neighbors! If you missed the March PPNA Meeting, you missed a lot, including some great snacks in the theme of Pi. Be there next time, April 11.
Here’s the details…. Continue reading Best Snacks Ever! – PPNA Meeting Minutes March 14, 2016
Where’d the time go? Catching up here with the minutes for our February 8th PPNA Meeting – first meeting of the new PPNA Board. Read all about it…did we get schooled once again by the Living Classroom group in the Silver Spatula snack contest? Find out below (hint, yes, they got us again). March meeting minutes will be coming soon! Continue reading PPNA Meeting Minutes February 2016
Here’s the minutes from our December Meeting – please mark your calendar and join us for the January meeting. We’ll be electing a new board, and it’s not too late to throw your hat in the ring and join the work of the PPNA! Continue reading PPNA Monthly General Meeting Minutes December 2015
The PPNA is pleased to introduce the Patterson Park Clean City Guide. This guide gives you, the community activist, a “how to” guide for trash removal, recycling, and rat prevention. Neighbors often do not know how to navigate the City’s 311 system for trash and rats and how to find resources to organize neighbors for a cleaner, greener block. This guide outlines how use the 311 system, get rid of rats, locate citizen drop off centers, recycle, what fines and violations exist, responsibilities for landlords and businesses, and find resources. Download a copy (English and Spanish), or contact the PPNA for availability of printed copies to share.
The Patterson Park Clean City Guide was led by the Patterson Park Neighborhood Greening Partnership Chaired by Terresa Carter, the PPNA West Sector Vice President held by Sadie Drescher, the Greening Coordinator held by Kim Wiggins, Banner Neighborhoods, Anthony Newman, and Molly Lasater from JHBSPH. Funding was provided by a grant from the Baltimore Community Foundation and the Chesapeake Bay Trust. Bridget Parlato with Full Circuit Studio/Baltimore Trash Talk provided content guidance and graphic design and Catalina Rodriguez-Lima with the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant and Multicultural Affairs provided the Spanish translation. For details email us at email@example.com
English Version Spanish Version