by Sonya Jongsma Knauss More than $1 million in cuts to community organizing by the City is taking its toll in many neighborhoods, and Riverwest is no exception. Community organizing and neighborhood planning activities will take a hit when the YMCA CommunityDevelopment Corporation at 604 E. Center St. closes its doors on Dec. 31, 2002. […]
Archive | December 2002
Latina poets – Drum and Civic Leadership Corps – No more Historic Preservation Officer – Riverwest Artist Association Santa-windo-rama – Bremen St. Block Club – Riverwest Best of – Reservoir Park – Co-Op and Credit Union ATMs, food stamps
River Horse opens – Nessun Dorma opens – Packer’s Pizza opens – Riverwest Resale opens – Lena’s Grocery to open – Funky Art World Closes – Other Gallery News
“The land ethic simply enlarges the boundaries of the community to include soils, waters, plants, and animals, or collectively: the land. This sounds simple: do we not already sing our love for and obligation to the land of the free and the home of the brave? Yes, but just what and whom do we love? […]
The Riverwest Park Trust, an organization that is forming to help govern and plan for changes in Kilbourn / Reservoir Park, selected two co-chairs last month: Beth Fetterly of the Urban Ecology Center and Becky Rabatin, a near neighbor of the park.