Thursday, June 24
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Please consider making an appointment or stopping in to donate blood.
See flier for details on how to book an appointment
CHN is partnering with Urban Archive for a Father’s Day special event. Send us an old photo of you and your Dad in Carnegie Hill and the first 10 participants will receive a gift bag that includes:
Submissions must include your name, location in Carnegie Hill, date (if known), and a caption. Pictures will be posted on our Urban Archive gallery.
Email photos to firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, June 8
6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Join CHN on East 90th Street between 5th and Madison avenues during Museum Mile. We are partnering with Heavenly Rest for the annual Block90 party. Games, refreshments, fun.
For more information on Museum Mile and the day’s events, click here
To find out more about the Block90 event, click here.
This walk centers on Andrew Carnegie’s purchase in 1898 of the lots on Fifth Avenue between 90th and 92nd Street, as well as the evolution of the importance of the 90th Street entrance to Central Park at 90th Street, also referred to as Engineers’ Gate. Carnegie built his retirement home on 91st and Fifth Avenue with the garden facing 90th Street—both still intact today and home of the Cooper-Hewitt Museum. This also served as the headquarters of his philanthropic efforts until his death in 1919. His sale of the remaining properties to individuals of means, who built substantial mansions (most still intact today), had a profound impact on the historic importance of the neighborhood—a veritable “museum without walls” and soon came to be called Carnegie Hill. He later bought the site on the south side of 90th Street that became the home of the Church of the Heavenly Rest. These two blocks with Engineers’ Gate form a kind of plaza that is much frequented. The addition of Frank Lloyd Wright’s designed Guggenheim Museum occupying the full block between 88th and 89th Streets forms a consistent extension of the plaza.
1379 Madison Avenue at 96th Street
1491 Lexington Avenue at 97th Street
Stope in at Jerome Florists and Vinyl Wind and purchase $100 or more of gifts for Mom and receive a voucher for a Carnegie Hill Neighbors Architectural Guide – our way of saying thank you for supporting our local small businesses. Be sure to leave your email address so you can learn more about CHN and what we do for our neighborhood.
J. McLaughlin Mother’s Day Shopping Spree
Get ahead of the game and purchase something for Mom a little early, at the same time enjoy great food and drink and support CHN. Anyone who purchases $100.00 or more will receive a free Carnegie Hill Architectural Guide!
Click on the invitation to see the Spring catalogue
Click here to register
Carnegie Hill Tree Pruning
Saturday, April 24
In front of CHN offices on SW corner of 94th and Madison
Join the experts from Trees NY and CHN’s Tree Care Committee to walk the neighborhood, and prune street trees while beautifying the neighborhood. Find out how to become a certified tree pruner.
Certification necessary to prune trees.
Email us at email@example.com to register.
Join CHN, Health Advocates for Older People, Abyssinian Baptist Church, Golden Life Ministry and the FDNY
Monday, March 1st
The Challenges of Maintaining a Fire Safe Home
Click below for the Zoom link:
Head to Health Advocates for Older People website for more information on this event and a larger calendar of events: https://www.hafop.org/
Interested in finding out more about CSA’s (Community Supported Agriculture)?
Join Stoneledge Farm’s informational Zoom to find out what they’re all about and how you can participate
Thursday, February 25th
Click here for the Zoom link:
Click here to learn more about Stoneledge Farm