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Experience Summit’s main drag

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Neighborhood films by neighbors

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Snow shovel brigade needs volunteers

The SNA Snow Brigade is planning for the coming winter. Volunteers help elderly and disabled neighbors who have difficulty clearing their walks and driveways, and who cannot easily pay for a service. If you or one of your Summit neighbors meet this description and would like assistance, please email organizers Britt Page and Tom Schmeling […]

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Putting the garden to bed for the winter

The Summit Neighborhood Community Gardens in the Summit Avenue Park were tucked in for the winter Sunday as members of the gardening group finished their first season. As Nancy Buron, head of the group, put it, “As temperatures dramatically plunged into the teens last week, our plants crisped and plunged as well.  And so, the […]

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Invitation to talk from Miriam

October 31, 2017 Dear Neighbors, You are invited to attend a community meeting at The Miriam Hospital on Tuesday, November 7 at 6:00 p.m. in the Hurvitz Board Room. The Board Room is located near the Gift Shop on the first floor of the main hospital building. The meeting will last about 30-45 minutes. During […]

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Renovated Summit Avenue park open

By Ethan Gyles SNA board member The second and final phase of upgrades at Summit Avenue Park have been completed, and a ribbon cutting to mark the occasion took place on Wednesday, October 25t. Mild autumn rains held off long enough for remarks by Mayor Jorge Elorza and community leaders in commemorating the occasion. The […]

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Art sale at local temple

Just in time for holiday gift shopping, the third annual Creative Hands Art Sale will feature a mixture of returning artists and new vendors. With local and regional artists and artisans as well as those from as far away as Missouri displaying and selling a variety of unique items, Creative Hands will offer a wide […]

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North Burial Ground for Halloween

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Cranberries on parade at cookoff

Precipitation again marked the SNA fall cookoff, but at least it wasn’t snow or a hurricane. This year about 35 adults and children attended the event on Wednesday evening, Oct. 25, at Seven Stars bakery on Hope Street, bringing five dishes whose unifying ingredient was cranberries. A panel of three judges selected first, second and […]

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Creepy-lite movies in Lippitt Park

At nightfall on Friday, Oct. 20, more than 325 people cozied up for “Fright Night lite”, a family movie night of nine shorts that got the audience in a snuggly mood. The event was a collaboration among the Providence Children’s Film Festival, Celebrate Providence and the Summit Neighborhood Association. The Providence Children’s Film Festival organized […]

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