Thursday, June 27
Creston Neighborhood Association
205 Carrier St NE
Lots of important things are happening in our City government now, for instance Police Chief hiring is underway, a strategic plan was created this spring. Come ask Mr. Washington your questions about his vision for Grand Rapids!
6:00pm: A brief walk around our building to learn the history and role of CNA in the community
6:30pm: 30 minute Q&A with City Manager Washington, followed by the regularly scheduled Creston Neighborhood Association Board meeting.
Tuesday, June 18
3221 Plainfield Ave NE
Join your neighbors for an info session about a proposed Medical Marijuana Provisioning Center at 3423 Plainfield Ave NE (currently Cesar’s Pub) to be operated by Green Skies – Healing Tree, Grand Provisioning LLC.
This gathering is taking place so residents and business owners can learn the details of this proposed new business, have the opportunity to ask questions and share YOUR opinion.
DINNER & Raffle too!
Contact CNA staff members Megan Kruis (email@example.com) or Kymie Spring (firstname.lastname@example.org) 616-454-7900 with any questions
Creston.Clean Up will help prepare our neighborhood for a whopping 8 new murals!
This is a great opportunity for groups of friends, co-workers, church folks, or students who need community service hours!
Please pre-register here https://signup.com/go/ymZEtXx so we can have a clear head count. Please be sure to select the volunteer position you think you would be the best fit for.
We will be giving everyone a Creston. After Dark thermal mug to enjoy a cup of joe in.
1. After 12pm, 6/22 bring your cup to Creston Brewery for $1 off drinks.
2. Remember to bring your clean cup back to Creston. After Dark on July 13 and once again, receive $1 off all drinks.
We had some extreme weather this past winter and many areas were without power for days. Join us for an opportunity to learn about how to be prepared for flooding, power outages, tornadoes and large storms:
What to do
Where to go
Emergency kits in case of disaster
June 21st 9:00-12:00
June 26th 12:00-3:00 Snacks and beverages provided!
West Grand Neighborhood Organization
415 Leonard NW
Parking in Brann’s parking lot, next door.
Learn about Smart Plants for Pollinators
With Rebecca Finneran
Michigan State University Extension,
Senior Consumer Horticulture Educator
Thursday, August 8, 2019 at 6 PM
775 Ball NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Learn and experience the buzz about native plants at this interactive talk and tour.
Pollinators are essential to our environment and the food we eat. Pollinating more than 85 percent of the world's flowering plants these insects represent the "world's largest workforce!" They are responsible for pollinating two-thirds of the world's crops and are uniquely linked to most terrestrial ecosystems that provide seeds and fruits for birds and mammals.
Supporting native bees and beneficial insects right at home is the first step in conservation of these species. By choosing the right plants and adopting "Smart Gardening" behaviors, home gardeners we can help our native bee and insect populations thrive. Explore a wide palette of plants as well as conservation techniques to encourage pollinators.
For more information on a wide variety of Smart Gardening topics, visit www.migarden.msu.edu or call MSU's Lawn and Garden hotline at 1-888-678-3464.
MSU Extension programs and material are open to all without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, religion, age, height, weight, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, marital status, family status, or veteran status.