It’s that time of year again for spring winnowing and money-making!
The Eighth Annual
NorthWest Historic District Yard Sale
Saturday, June 27
The yard sale is planned for Saturday, June 27, starting at 8 am and going for however long you feel like sitting in your own yard or driveway. The morning of the sale we will put out signs at the head of each street (Cedar, Cumberland, Cushing, Dunning, Gilman, High, Lincoln, Mill, Oak, Pleasant, Spring, Swett, and Union) where folks are participating, along with providing a helium balloon for each participating household to pick up.
If you would like to participate, please contact us by June 20 by sending an email to Megan at email@example.com.
We ask each participating household to contribute $10
to offset the costs of advertising, signs, & balloons.
If you’d like to help get our flyer out & about, click here to download & print it—thanks!
As in years past, we will have a charitable organization come through the neighborhood after 2 pm to pick up leftover but worthwhile “treasures” you’d like to pass along. This year the collection will be done to benefit the St. Paul’s Youth Group. So just leave your leftover items (small ones boxed) at the end of your driveway after the sale for them to pick up.
You can pick up your balloon for your yard at 7 am the morning of
the yard sale at Lynne’s & Ward’s house at 13 Lincoln Street.
We hope you’ll join us that Saturday, and look forward to seeing old
neighbors & meeting new ones at this fabulous NorthWest District event!
Another fun community-building event sponsored by:
The NorthWest Brunswick Neighborhood Association
The Annual Meeting of the Association will take place on
11 Cumberland St. (home of Marybeth and Jim Burbank)
Please come, and bring ideas for how the Association can better serve the neighborhood!
Elections for the NWBNA Board will also be held.
Light refreshments provided!
Save the date!
Annual NWBNA Arts & Architecture Series
Thursday, March 19th
44 Pleasant Street
Come in from the cold and welcome Spring at the Horch’s!
Fred and Hadley Horch have graciously agreed to open the doors of their home on Pleasant Street to the members of our association.
The Horches are ready to share the recent renovations they’ve made to their home, especially their creative efforts at urban sustainability. There will be tours of the home as well as a brief presentation on some of their home’s history.
This is a great opportunity to see how other folks in the neighborhood are living in their old houses and to gain an appreciation for the improvements and renovations they have done.
Its also a great chance to meet with neighbors you haven’t seen since the snow started flying.
Hope to see you there!
Tuesday 14 October
People Plus Center (Union and Cumberland Sts.)
Meet the candidates, enjoy some of Marybeth’s famous apple pie!
Candidates for the Town Council at-large seat will be John P. Portela and Katherine E. Wilson.
School Board candidate-at-large William H. Thompson will also join us.