The spring issue of the North End News is hitting doorsteps this week! You can also read it online
-Profiles of 4 couples who live in the North End and operate restaurants here, too
-Why you should be watering street trees
-This new Greenbelt app will make getting around a breeze
-Farewell to the students of the Pritchett School
… And more!
The grand return of the North End Garden Tour will be Sunday, June 2. Now dubbed “The North End Garden & Traffic Island Tour,” it will include more than a dozen unique sites, and proceeds will benefit NENA’s upkeep of the neighborhood traffic islands.
Tickets are available to purchase online at www.squareup.com/store/nena for $20.
More info available here.
Our newest issue of the North End News hit doorsteps over the past month, thanks to our army of dedicated volunteers. We had so much to share, we’ve expanded to a new 16-page format. Take a peek and let us know what you think!
North End News Winter 2019
NEED TO KNOW INFO:
- HPSF 2019 is scheduled for September 13th-15th, 2019
- This year there are two versions of the application (food and non-food) – please be sure to download the correct application for your vendor type.
- Vendor application deadline is June 1, 2019.
- Fee checks must be included with application.
- Application fee is non-refundable; booth fee is refundable if not accepted to event.
- Application must be completed in full – please carefully follow the instructions!
- Submitting an application is not a guarantee of acceptance. Notification of acceptance will be sent July 2, 2019.
NON-FOOD VENDOR APPLICATION: CLICK HERE
FOOD & BEVERAGE VENDOR APPLICATION: CLICK HERE
Questions? Email us!
Hyde Park Street Fair 2019 page
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