(5.31) The Hope Street Spring Block Party returns this year with two stages of music, lively activities, food trucks, sidewalk sales, restaurant specials and the popular “Beers for Ballet” Beer Garden, featuring seven local breweries and benefiting Festival Ballet. New this year to the Spring
(6.30) Don’t forget the big block party today, Saturday, courtesy of the West Broadway Neighborhood Association (WBNA). We have already written about this, but let’s review. Wanna dance? Enjoy live music from two stages (rock & roll, hip hop, acoustic) from these great local artists:
Come out for the West Broadway Neighborhood Association‘s third annual neighborhood Block Party! The beautiful and talented Miss Wensday will emcee the event this year. Mingle with old friends and neighbors, make new friends and meet new neighbors, or come on over to visit the neighborhood and
Narragansett Beer is making a pahty. Narragansett Beer, in association with the West Broadway Neighborhood Association, The Avery, and E & O Tap, will host their official block party in celebration of Neighbor Day. From 12pm to 5pm, Luongo Memorial Square will be the site
Celebrate community at the second annual WBNA Block Party hosted by neighbors of the WestSide. Listen to live music on two stages (rock & roll, hip-hop and acoustic) with The Silks, Sharks Come Cruising, Joe Fletcher & the Wrong Reasons, Lindsay Adler, and many more.
Celebrate community at the first ever WBNA Block Party hosted by neighbors of Chapin Avenue & Sycamore Street. WBRU will be broadcasting live from the event! Listen to live music on two stages (rock & roll, hip-hop and acoustic) with Symmetry, Detroit Rebellion and many
131 Washington St. 1st Floor, a.k.a old Cogen’s Printing Building a.k.a the Mercantile Building a.k.a the building between Local 121 and the empty lot a.k.a be there or be square Friday (today!) September 26th, 6pm-9pm. Starring all your no-good, trouble-making, talented & skillful, crafty/artsy, thrifty/inspirational,