A Diverse Fair Haven Community with Historic Homes and a Beautiful Waterfront
Let's make an iconic, abandoned building at the heart of our neighborhood beautiful again.Continue
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If you are able bodied and willing to help the person building the stage and dance floor for Riverfest, we can really use your help/ No carpentry experience necessary, just a willingness and ability to lift plywood sheets and lumber. We will work around your schedule, just really need the help. If you know anyone who might be interested please forward this message. Call or text Richard at (760)613-5347.
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Present: George Morrison, Joan Heenan, Fran Goekler-Morneau, Brenda Brown,…Continue
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June 15, 2016 ~ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
The Mary Wade Home
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Photos from Riverfest 2016 .
At the bottom is a link to the expanded Facebook album. Enjoy!
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Two days of music, food and fun on the historic Fair Haven Waterfront in New Haven, CT
Fair Haven Family Stroll and Festival - Saturday April 30 ~ 10am-2pm at…Continue
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WNPR reporter Ryan Caron King is working on a video that shows what it's like to bike through different cities and neighborhoods in Connecticut. The goal is to show streetscapes from the perspective of riders and the challenges bikers have to overcome.
Ryan is looking for Fair Haven neighborhood resident who use a bike and public transportation solely to get around. He would like to ride along with you and film for about 30 minutes, or the length of your commute. He would like to do…Continue
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As is our custom, we will NOT have a regular monthly CSNA meeting on the third Wednesday of January. Instead we will gather on Saturday, January 23rd from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm at the Quinnipiac…
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The organizers of the Tree Lighting at Quinnipiac River Park are looking for musicians, singers and a Santa Claus. We have the suit and a place to change, let us know if you are interested in bring cheer to this community event.
Musicians bring your instruments. We already have a trombone and two accordions. Singers bring your voice, we need you.
We pay in apple cider, good cheer and with a heartfelt thank you. See you Sat. at 5:30pm Quinnipiac River Park, corner of…Continue
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The Mary Wade Home is searching for the right candidate for the position of Transportation Coordinator. Fluent Spanish is required in this position.
Essential duties include:
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Position Description: Operations Manager, New Haven Land Trust
The New Haven Land Trust promotes the appreciation and preservation of natural resources in New Haven for the benefit and education of the community. We do this through land conservation, community gardening, and environmental education.
The Land Trust is a rapidly growing non-profit with a strong, community-focused mission. We…Continue
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Connecticut Fund for the Environment's campaign to curb unnecessary and excessive tree trimming by Connecticut's utility companies is gaining momentum! The coalition to protect our local communities from ugly and environmentally devastating trimming practices is growing daily. But the threats to trees are growing too.
This week, we heard about aggressive tree destruction in Weston, and we're monitoring a council hearing in Ledyard. As we share our conservation plans and…Continue
Added by Lee Cruz on July 8, 2015 at 3:50pm — No Comments
The issues are blight and vermin.
155/153 Lombard St has absentee landlords who are allowing their property to deteriorate. Racoons and squirrels have been seen coming in and out of the house, where they have built nests, causing health and safety issues. The shingles are falling off the house making it not only unsightly, but attracting vermin to make nests.
You can help by following this link: …Continue
This summer, the City of New Haven will host movie nights for children and their families. Moviegoers are encouraged to bring their own blankets, chairs and any snacks they might want throughout the show. The movie schedule is as follows:
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