Who: ALL neighbors welcome. Free to CNA members. $7/person or $25/household What: Pancakes AND french toast, sausage, fruit, juice and coffee! When: This SATURDAY, March 16, 8:30-11:00am Where: 2nd Congregational Church, 525 Cheshire Dr NE WHY? To get to know your neighbors and find out what's going on in Creston!
Catherine's Health Center
Free smoke detectors from Grand Rapids Fire Department
Recycling information from Kent County
Affordable home ownership information from New Development Corporation
Ways to care for the environment in your own backyard
How to throw a block party
Special welcome bags for a new neighbor on your block!
Sustaining members donate monthly, providing vital resources for the meaningful work of the Creston Neighborhood Association. Your sustaining membership helps us organize neighbors, amplify the voice of our diverse community members, facilitate public meetings on key Creston issues and support continuous neighborhood improvement – all in service to the Creston community.
The Living Green in Creston committee is busy at work to bring opportunities to gather and learn about caring for the environment through a new program called Creston Native Plant Initiative.
The first event of the series is "The Living Garden," a presentation by Amy Heilman about native plants in an urban neighborhood like Creston. April 24 at 7:00pm at Vista Springs, 2420 Coit Ave NE
Throughout the months to come, stay tuned for more information on the following Living Green in Creston activities:
Taking care of bumpout bioretention landscaping
More Meatless Monday potlucks!
A spring and fall perennial exchange
A native plant and polinators tour of the MSU Extension garden
...and more! Living Green in Creston is an action-oriented group working to make the world a better place--starting with our own neighborhood! Want to join them? Contact Megan Kruis for more information, firstname.lastname@example.org.