PUBLIC MEETING & COMMUNITY WORKSHOP FOR THE DOWNTOWN CROSSING/ROUTE 34 EAST PROJECT
The next Community Workshop, the forth in a series of public forums to discuss and gain information on the Downtown Crossing/Route 34 East project is scheduled for Tuesday, February 15th, 2011 at 6:00 PM at the New Haven Free Public Library. The City urges anyone who is interested in re-shaping New Haven’s Downtown to attend, in what is sure to be an informative and dynamic discussion critical to New Haven's future.
This Community Workshop will focus on how the redesigned Downtown Crossing district will increase options for multi-modal transportation within downtown New Haven. There will be an open house and informal discussion period starting at 5:40 PM prior to the start of the informative meeting and workshop.
NEW HAVEN PROMISE WILL BE HOSTING FAFSA FEBRUARY
These workshops will help high school seniors fill out their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and/or New Haven Promise Application forms.
--Sat. Feb. 19 from 10am-1pm at Hillhouse Cafeteria
--Thur. Feb. 24 from 4pm-7pm at Wilbur Cross Cafeteria
--Sat. Feb. 26 from 2pm-5pm at Career Cafeteria
For more information or to volunteer please contact Adriana203.671.8048
UPCOMING CULTURAL EVENTS
Feb 14. Greater New Haven Camera Club-“Photographing Children and Babies” by Kellie Dease. Bethesda Lutheran Church. 7:30-9:30pm www.newhavencameraclub.org
Feb. 15. Ordinary Evening Reading Series Welcomes Edith Pearlman and Elizabeth Ziemska/ 7pm - Anchor Bar. http://ordinaryevening.blogspot.com/.
Feb 15. The Faculty Artist Series presents Ettore Causa, viola, and Boris Berman, piano.
Sprague Hall - Morse Recital Hall. 8pm. http://music.yale.edu/concerts/
Feb 16. Concert: Masayo Ishigure, Japanese koto player. Yale Center for British Art. 5:30pm
Feb. 16. Elm Street Book Group: The Double Bind by Chris Bohjalian. Main Library. , 6-7pm. New readers always welcome. www.esbgdoublebind.eventbrite.com/.
Feb. 17. The Poetry Institute Poetry Series Open Mic featuring Charles Hartman. The Institute Library. Doors Open at 6:30. Reading starts at 7. Please arrive a few minutes early to sign up for the reading.http://thepoetryinstitute.com
Feb. 17. New Haven restaurateur and author Claire Criscuolo talks about winter garden activities, inside and out! Enjoy samples. 6-7pm. Main Library. www.claireatlibrary.eventbrite.com/
Feb 18. Behind the Scenes with the Long Wharf Theater. Kehler Liddell Gallery. 7:30pm - 9:30pm. www.kehlerliddell.com/
Feb. 19. Edgewood Park Farmers Market. 10am-1pm. www.cityseed.org
Feb. 19. Silk Screen Technique with Black Unicorn Studios. Project Storefronts, 71 Orange St. 1-5pm. Registration required. www.elmcityhandmade.com
Feb. 19-20.The Rat Pack is Back. Shubert Theater. Sat. 8pm/Sun. 2pm. $15-$72. www.shubert.com.
Feb 19. American Baroque Orchestra. Trinity Baptist Church. Pay as you can. 8pm. www.americanbaroqueorchestra.com/
Take a minute to review information on the City's recycling program at www.cityofnewhaven.com/recycling . For every ton of recycling, New Haven taxpayers save over $100.
The Health Matters! Visioning A Healthier New Haven Conference slated for January 27th was canceled due to inclement weather. Please stay tuned for the new date! We look forward to seeing you there! New Haven cares about health because Health Matters!
I hope you have a happy and healthy week.
Very truly yours,
John DeStefano, Jr.
Contact Name: Adam Joseph
Contact Email: AJoseph@newhavenct.net
Contact Phone: 203-946-7660