A Diverse Fair Haven Community with Historic Homes and a Beautiful Waterfront
What: We need people to help carry tables and chairs from WAcoma Yacht club to the marina in preparation for Riverfest.
When: Saturday, May 20, 8 am
Where: Quinnipiac Marina 309 FRont street
Contact: Owen at 203-777-3625
Added by Christel Manning on May 12, 2017 at 12:30pm — No Comments
Soup Night is a social event held every other month in a neighborhood home. The host provides the site and agrees to cook one pot of soup. A co-host volunteers to bring a second pot of soup (one soup should be vegetarian). Guests bring salads, bread, dessert or other food…Continue
Added by Christel Manning on September 19, 2016 at 7:59pm — No Comments
The following is a living document, created by the Economic and Community Development Group. We welcome comments from all Fair Haven residents.
VISION STATEMENT FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF OUR NEIGHBORHOOD
Our goal . . . "To become a national cross-cultural hub where residents, artists and visitors work, learn and play in safety and tolerance, anchored in a strong diversified…Continue
Somebody has been vandalizing the new play area at Dover Beach park. Over the past 4 monts, they have knocked down 3 fence panels from around the play area. Each time I called the city, but all they did was haul away the panels, they never replaced them. The vandals also beat up the trash can and removed its wheels so it won't stand up anymore and trash goes everywhere; I called about this as well but to no avail. I just posted a report to Seeclickfix about this problem.…Continue
Many of you probably know Grand Vin, on the corner of Grand and Quinnipiac Avenues. It's a gem of store, selling a variety of fine wines, beers and liquor, more like the Wine Thief downtown than the other liquor stores on Grand Ave. Ben, the owner, is very knowlegable, and committed to the neighborhood. He had a rough winter, however, due to all the snow wiping out parking, and now the road construction on Quinnipiac continuing the…
I was really upset by an article in this week's New Haven Advocate (June 3) that describes our neighborhood in a very negative light. The best way to solve our problems is to get more good people to move into this area--and that's not going to happen if our public image is mired in stereotypes. So I sent a letter to the editor (see below). I hope others do the same.
I just posted a request for more trash bins in the park at SEECLICKFIX. I participated in a neighborhood cleanup last Saturday, and part of the problem is there are no bins for folks to put trash esp. at the southern end of the park. Pleaes go to SEECLICKFIX and add your name to my request. Maybe if more people ask for this, we will finally get bins
Added by Christel Manning on April 5, 2010 at 12:11pm — No Comments