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Seeking Nominations for the 2019 Sheila B. Perlow Award

Named for the late Sheila Perlow, a long-time Summit Neighborhood Association board member and dedicated community volunteer, the Sheila B. Perlow Award recognizes someone in the neighborhood who quietly and behind the scenes contributed in a significant way to boosting the quality of life in our neighborhood. We’re now seeking nominations for the 2019 award, […]

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Food pantry in need during government shutdown

With the ongoing federal government shutdown, volunteers from the Camp Street Ministries food pantry have shared worry that many of the folks who use their services and SNAP (federal nutrition assistance/food stamps) may be facing added challenges. While SNAP benefits for February are due to post on January 20th, they anticipate that folks may not […]

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Revised January 2019 Meeting Date

The Summit Neighborhood Association’s next monthly board meeting, open to all, will be on January 28th, 2019 instead of the usual third Monday, which is January 21st, Martin Luther King, Jr. day.

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8th Annual Cook-off!

Our 8th Annual Cook-off will be this coming Thursday, November 1st, at 6pm at Seven Stars Bakery on Hope Street! Bring your best dish featuring SQUASH and win prizes! Kids are encouraged to wear costumes and squeeze one last day of excitement out of the season! Facebook Event here: www.facebook.com/events/115084416058721/

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Fright Night Lite – Movie Night in Lippitt Park on October 19

The Providence Children’s Film Festival is delighted to partner up with Celebrate Providence and the Summit Neighborhood Association to present our second annual “FRIGHT NIGHT (lite)” show under the stars in Lippitt Park. With Halloween just around the corner this reel of shorts will hopefully get you in the mood for goosebumps, ghouls and things […]

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Get your map! Annual Yard Sale

Registrations to sell are now closed, but everyone interested in shopping for bargains should download their SNA Annual Yard Sale map here! You can also pick up a map, and do more bargain hunting, at our central hub at the Citizens Bank parking lot on Hope Street. See you around the neighborhood on Sunday!

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Annual Yard Sale!

The SNA Annual Yard Sale will be Sunday, September 23rd from 10am to 2pm. Sign up today to get your yard on our map! Participants set up their own yard sales with the benefit of our centralized map and publicity driving up customers. Customers who are looking for bargains can grab a map in person […]

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Debate Night Roundup

(Photo courtesy Steve Ahlquist, UpriseRI.com) SNA was pleased to co-host a primary debate night along with the Mount Hope Neighborhood Association, Observatory Neighborhood Association, and the Providence Cultural Equity Initiative. We invited all candidates facing a primary for public office across the three neighborhoods, which included the open R.I. House District 4 seat, R.I. Senate […]

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Second Summer Outdoor Movie Night!

Our first 2018 Summer Outdoor Movie Night in Lippitt Park was a big success, and drew quite a crowd! Next Wednesday evening, August 22nd, is the second one! It’ll start shortly after sunset, which will be 7:35pm that day. “PASSIONATE PURSUITS” : Providence Children’s Film Festival presents a reel of short films that are about […]

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Candidate Undebate a Big Success

Thanks to all who attended the Candidate Forum Un-debate last night! Steve Ahlquist caught it all on video, and took the time to sort every comment and label them for easy viewing (www.upriseri.com/news/elections/elections-2018/2018-07-26-undebate/). Thank you, Steve! Big thanks to Mike Ritz, Executive Director of LeadershipRI, for serving as facilitator, to the Mount Hope Neighborhood Association, […]

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