Hello Neighbors! We have a good agenda with lots of updates for our upcoming meeting next Monday 1/11 6:30pm at Friends Meetings House (252 A St). Please email if you have any additional items you would like to add or just bring them up at the meeting as all ideas and conversations welcome. Tire and… Read More West Side Neighbors Meeting Agenda 1/11- Important Tire & Wheel Site & HP Park Updates
Sat, Jun 20 Noon-Unity Walk Celebration 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM Hope Station at Memorial Park, West Penn Street, Carlisle, PA Juneteenth commemorates June 19, 1864 when slaves in Galveston Texas learned they were free. This is the 22nd year Carlisle will have a celebration marking Juneteenth. The celebration will be coordinated by Hope Station,… Read More 22nd Annual Juneteenth Celebration & Unity Walk at Hope Station
The Carlisle Circulator Bus Service begins 4/28/2014. Informational meetings are being held at different locations around town. 3 are happening Tuesday 4/15 including one at Hope Station from 5:30-7:30.
Helping Individuals Retain Employment PLUS is a program offered by Hope Station at Cyberspace (219 N Pitt St) that helps individuals improve employment options with instruction regarding employment retention, personal marketing, and building basic computer skills needed to acquire or maintain jobs of interest. It is a 5 week course and class begins on March 3rd… Read More HIRE Plus Free 5 Week Course at Hope Station
Eric Veronikis of the Patriot has put together a 3 piece story about the increasing crime that Carlisle has seen in the past 2 years. He interviews local officials, residents and police. A few westsiders were interviewed for the piece including Curtis Woodbridge, Lissy Weirich, Charles Petty, Jim and Ginny Hertzler and Iris Martinez. They… Read More The Patriot Covers Carlisle Crime Increase in 3 Part Story
Well, this just sounds delightful. Santa will be arriving by train to Hope Station Saturday December 7th at 1:00pm. Free pictures will be taken.
The following recap was provided by Hope Station and posted on their Facebook Page. Additional write ups from the Patriot and Sentinel. Several weeks ago Charles Petty walked outside of his house to ask some young men to leave his property. When they didn’t like his request, one of the men hit Petty with a… Read More Take Back the Streets Town Meeting Recap
What: Take Back the Streets Town Hall Meeting When: Friday, November 1st at 6:00pm Where: Hope Station Who: Everyone, Anyone Recently, our neighborhood has seen an unfortunate, violent attack on one of our community members. Two 17 year old chose to attack a 30 year resident over a simple parking space. The specifics really don’t make much… Read More Take Back the Streets Town Hall Meeting At Hope Station
Summer Art Camp Where: Hope Station When: Aug 5th-9th 9:30am-12pm Who: Children ages 5-12 Sponsored by Carlisle Arts Learning Center (CALC) Download full application
Next week will be the historic 150th Anniversary for the Battle of Gettysburg and many great events are happening all around our region. It seems appropriate that we shine a light on an important Civil War historical marker we have here in the Northwest corner of Carlisle, Lincoln Cemetery. It is located on the east… Read More Carlisle Civil War History Lesson: Memorial Park-Lincoln Cemetery: United States Colored Troops (USCT) Graveyard
What: Hope Station’s Juneteenth Celebration Where: Hope Station-Memorial Park (West Penn Street) When: June 15th 1-4pm Who: Everyone should attend! Hope Station’s Juneteenth Celebration is just around the corner so put it on your calendar now! They put on an excellent afternoon filled with fun for the whole town and this is their 20th Anniversary of the… Read More Hope Station’s 20th Annual Juneteenth Celebration- June 15th 1-4pm
This sounds like a delightful program! Learn to knit for free and Hope Station will even provide the yarn. Great!
Message from the Carlisle Area School District: The Hope Station Back to School Bash and Health Fair will be held Saturday, August 25, 2012 from noon until 2:00 PM at the Stuart Community Center, 415 Franklin Street Carlisle. Consider attending this event to celebrate the beginning of another school year. Representatives from the CHIP Program-… Read More Hope Station Back to School Bash and Health Fair
Hope Station’s 19th Annual Juneteenth Celebration June 16th 1pm 4pm Memorial Park From the Sentinel: There may not be any fireworks display or the playing of the Star Spangled Banner, but revelers at Memorial Park Saturday will be celebrating Independence Day. Hope Station, the Carlisle-based nonprofit whose mission is to help foster a better quality… Read More Juneteenth Celebration-Hope Station-June 16th 1-4pm
Hope Station will be holding its annual Juneteenth Celebration Saturday June 18th from 1-4pm. The West Side Neighbors will be set up there as well and will be providing information on free resources available in the neighborhood as well as upcoming events we are planning like a neighborhood yard sale & potluck picnic. It should… Read More Hope Station Juneteenth Celebration June 18th
Due to a crazy amount of rain, the cleanup was a wash out. We are trying to still get a mini clean up organized Tuesday April 26th after work starting at 5:30. We will meet at Hope Station on Penn Street to pick up supplies and then venture out into different sections. We hope to… Read More Spring Clean-up Make-up Day
West Street AME Zion Church will be holding an all you can eat pancake breakfast fundraiser this February. The menu includes eggs, grits, sausage, juice, coffee or tea and all you can eat pancakes. Come out and enjoy! Where: West Street AME Zion Church Carlisle, PA 17013 When: Saturday, February 5th, 2011 7am-11am Donation: Adults-$6… Read More West Street AME Zion Church to hold All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast
State-of-the-art video surveillance cameras will be up and running in part of Carlisle by spring. Borough council approved a project Wednesday night for five surveillance cameras and eight radio antennas in the Memorial Park area. Police officers will be able to view the live footage at the police station and in patrol cars via a… Read More Carlisle council OKs surveillance camera project