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17Sep/130

E-Waste is Back at NLNA Community Center!

NLNA 2013E-Waste AD LO1

Got E-Waste? Gather up your old electronics, printers, computers, etc. and bring them to the NLNA Community Center on the NW corner of 3rd & Fairmount on Saturday, October 5th from 10 am - 1 pm.  The NLNA suggests a small donation to defray the cost of disposal, which will also go towards more Clean and Green efforts in Northern Liberties. No TVs or large appliances such as refrigerators and ovens.

Questions?  Interested in helping out on the day?
Contact Rick Angeli, [email protected]

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25Jul/130

Save the Date: 2nd Street Festival in Northern Liberties on August 4th

2SF SaveDate PC frnt FNL OutlnsSave the date! Our favorite festival of the year to celebrate the Northern Liberties community is back at it next Sunday, August 4th. This year's 2nd Street Festival promises plenty of local music on four stages, food, beer gardens, childrens programs, workshops, and green initiatives set up along 2nd Street from Green to Germantown Streets.

What's new this year? The event is free as always, but there will be a "Friends of 2nd Street" ticket option that includes open bar access with food, a meet-and-greet with headlining artists, a special VIP viewing tent, a 2nd Street Goody Bag, and more.

Tickets are on-sale via Philadelphia Folksong Society’s website and on the 2nd Street Festival Facebook page. All proceeds benefit PFS and The Northern Liberties Neighborhood Association who help make the Festival possible.

For more information on 2ND STREET FESTIVAL or to purchase your VIP “Friend of 2nd Street” ticket, visit www.2ndStFestival.org or call 1-800-556-FOLK. Twitter @2ndStreetFestival

Check out the line-up!

The Low Anthem
Denison Witmer
The Bailey Hounds
Brad Hinton Band
Angela Shiek
Shackeltons
On the Water
Kala Jojo
Laser Background
Sierra Hurtt
Ensemble Novo
Banned Books
Blayer Pointdujour & the Rockers Galore
DJ DNA
Uptown Tone
The Outside Eyes
Jams with John Fuhr and Friends
Philly School of Rock
Weird Hot

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1Feb/120

Get your Tickets for the NLNA Winterfest!

Ready to bowl again for the neighborhood? It's time for the annual NLNA Winterfest. Each ticket gets you free food, drinks, and bowling, and proceeds benefit programs of the NLNA.

Adults 18-64 get in for $20; seniors and teens are only $10; and kids under 11 get in free! Tickets are $5 more at the door, so be sure to get yours now! Call the NLNA office, 215-627-6562; or email Barbara Saverino, [email protected].

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19Oct/112

Drop Off Your E-Waste in Northern Liberties

From the NLNA: Bring all your electronic junk - TVs, computers, toasters, printers, window AC unites - if it has a circuit board, we can probably take it!

A small bunch of stuff that fits in one of our milk crates crates costs just $2 to recycle. A larger bunch or a large item costs just $5. In most cases this means it'll cost less than ever to responsibly recycle your stuff.

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11Oct/110

All Work, then Play: Liberty Lands Fall Cleanup and Potluck

All year round we play in Liberty Lands Park. Now it's time to get to work!

Don't miss Liberty Lands Work Day this Saturday, October 15th. Pitch in and bring a potluck dish, meet your neighbors, and make your neighborhood-run park even better. No RSVP necessary - just show up! If you have questions, contact Liz Reed at [email protected] or 215-627-0110.

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13Jun/110

2nd Street Cleanup: Results!

We want to thank everyone who showed up on Saturday for the 2nd Street Cleanup and donated their time and energy into giving 2nd Street from Fairmount to Poplar a much-needed facelift.  We also want to thank Liberties Parcel for donating the fantastic signs for the event and Green Eggs Cafe for passing around delicious iced tea relief to the volunteers. Thanks to the NLNA for the brooms, gloves, and other supplies for the cleanup.  Together we made quick work of the litter, weeds, cigarette butts, and debris lining the streets and filled every single trash bag! Just check out the pile of trash we removed from 2nd Street - nice haul and great work, everyone!

It was also good to see how many residents and owners thanked us and inquired about what we were doing - we will keep you posted on future cleanup efforts if you would like to be involved!

For photos of the clean up, check out our Flickr page.

Related:

Putting Our Muscle Where Our Mouth Is

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19Mar/112

Giving Back to the Northern Liberties Neighborhood Association

Giving Back to the Northern Liberties Neighbors Association

First off, I must say I am very happy to be writing this blog. Business has been good to us and of course we have worked very hard to achieve that.  But more importantly, we feel that it is important to give back to the community.  We have been residents in Northern Liberties since 2005 and our office is in Northern Liberties now as well.

NLNA

Thus, we recently implemented a new program where for every settlement we have in Northern Liberties, for every buyer and seller, we will donate 5 percent of the commissions earned to the Northern Liberties Neighbors Association (NLNA) .

As of this week, we have already donated over $750 to the NLNA.

If you are thinking about buying or selling in Northern Liberties and you are on the same page as us in terms of the importance of giving back to the community, feel free to call or email us to help achieve your goals !

We love Northern Liberties as it has a special place in our heart and take pride in our personal program in giving back to the neighborhood.

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14Feb/110

Caught on Camera: NLNA Winterfest 2011 at North Bowl

We had a great time at the NLNA Winterfest 2011 event at North Bowl on Sunday.

We are so proud to be part of such a vibrant neighborhood. The organizers did a fantastic job and North Bowl's staff and participants were awesome as usual. Here's a quick peek:

Related:

Super Bowl? How about North Bowl? The Annual NLNA Winter Holiday Party.

North Bowl and NLNA Team up for the Annual Winterfest

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1Feb/110

Super Bowl? How about North Bowl? The Annual NLNA Winter Holiday Party.

The Northern Liberties Neighbors Association is known for always waiting until long after the holidays to have their annual fundraising party...and you gotta love 'em for that. When it's dead of winter outside and there's not much going on, a party with friends and locals is just the thing to get you out of the house with the bonus of raising money for your neighborhood.

We showed off our bowling skills at last year's event at North Bowl and are happy to see that the NLNA is taking it back to the lanes again this year. We hope to see you there!

Sunday, February 13, 2011, 2:00 to 5:00 PM
Hosted by North Bowl, 909 North 2nd Street
Adults $20 (advance) /$25 at the door
Seniors and Youths 11-18 $10 (advance)/$15 at the door
Under 10 free

Price covers food, beer, wine, soda and bowling

Tickets can be purchased in advance at the NLNA Community Center at 3rd & Fairmount, or from a Board member.

This event benefits the Northern Liberties Neighbors Association (NLNA), whose mission is to provide services and programs beneficial to all residents and businesses in the neighborhood, encourage and promote the preservation and beautification of our public spaces and to plan and monitor the growth and development of our neighborhood to the benefit of the community. For more information and to get involved, go to nlna.org.

Related:

North Bowl and NLNA Team up for the Annual Winterfest

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10Dec/100

Northern Liberties Watch: December 9th’s NLNA Meeting

In case you missed last night's Northern Liberties Neighbors Association meeting, we stopped by to find out what's new, be it a concern or an inspiration, in the neighborhood. The house was packed, as always, with the friendly faces of the neighborhood.

  • Northern Liberties 2011 Calendars are still available and make great gifts.
  • Orianna Hill Dog Park will be Treecycling this year. As you may know, Christmas trees are currently not recycled by the city of Philadelphia, so make sure you remove all of the decorations and drop your tree off with a $5 donation at Orianna Hill so that your tree does not end up in a landfill.
  • Theresa Marley and Angel Flores both spoke about how to get involved with the DA’s Action Center at the Piazza. Click on the photo at left for email and phone numbers.
  • Katrina Mansfield from the Northern Liberties Townwatch encouraged neighbors to sign up for patrol and to discuss security cameras. For more information on how to get involved, you can contact Mansfield at townwatch [at] nlna.org

  • The Daskal Family (of North Bowl) received a Community Service Award from NLNA for their efforts in planting trees and improving the neighborhood. North Bowl is an amazing neighborhood entertainment venue and it was great to see the Daskals honored for giving back to the community.

Until next month!

Related:

Safety Tips from the Northern Liberties Townwatch

Community Action Center Opens in Northern Liberties

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