- Beautification Meeting – Tuesday, May 19, 7:00pm – (NG Conference Room)
- Education Meeting – Tuesday, May 19, 7:00pm – (NG 217 – EPX Office)
- Fundraising/Events Meeting – tbd
- Outreach – Monday, May 18, 7:00pm – (NG 217 – EPX Office)
Zoning/Planning – Wednesday, May 13, 7:00pm – (NG Cafeteria)No May Zoning Meeting
EPX Community Garden Day
Saturday, May 9th from 1-3pm
Help us celebrate the East Passyunk Crossing Community Garden‘s first ever community day. The garden will be open to the community on May 9 from 1-3 PM. Community members can come share in the peace of the garden, socialize with other members of the neighborhood, enjoy free burgers and hot dogs and help plants seeds and starters in the community plots. These plots can then be tended on future community days when the garden is open.
Come out and be a part of your neighborhood’s newest community garden and learn how you too can grow your own produce in the city!
Please join us for the May 2015 General Membership Meeting on Monday May 4th at 7pm in the Ss. Neumann-Goretti Auditorium (NOTE: change of venue) .
June 12th 7 pm – 11 pm
St. Monica’s Lanes
$20 before, $25 at the door
Food, drink and raffle prizes (bring your $1′s!) to enter.
EPX will be holding a public meeting on Tuesday, April 21st at 7PM in the Neumann-Goretti Cafeteria with Councilman Squilla, representatives from Parks and Recreation, and representatives of Tolentine Community Center to discuss the future of the Tolentine site (1025 Mifflin St) and greater public access and neighborhood involvement. Please come to this meeting with your best ideas to enhance public access (e.g., dog park, community garden, playground, etc.) to provide direction for this important publicly-owned site.
The April 2015 General Membership Meeting will be held on Monday, April 6th at 7PM in the Neumann-Goretti Cafeteria (1736 S. 10th Street).
East Passyunk Crossing, Newbold Neighbors and Passyunk Square Civic Association are working together to host a yard tree giveaway this spring. Pre-register now for up to TWO free trees to plant in a yard on private property in Philadelphia. Choose between a variety of species – including fruit trees. Walk-in participants will be accepted at the end of each event while supplies last.
May 16, 10am-noon
9th and Wharton Entrance
Register at HERE or by calling 267-420-0680