UPCOMING EVENTS

Slip and Fall Prevention Training

Wednesday, June 19, 2019 | 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. | Immanuel Lutheran Church

Back by popular demand, our Slip and Fall Prevention Training led by Robert Curran, Injury Prevention and Outreach trauma specialist from New York Presbyterian, and in partnership with the New York City Council. Please contact joanna@chneighbors.org for more information regarding this important forum series.

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Did you know:
One in four people aged 65 or older has a fall each year. Avoiding a fall is possible. Identify fall-related hazards, prevent falls from occurring. How to safely get up and call for help

Carnegie Hill Small Business Forum

Three meetings between Memorial Day and Labor Day 2019 at Wetherby Pembridge School

The Carnegie Hill Small Business Forum is in partnership with Community Board 8 and The New York City Council. Topics addressed will include retail vacancy on the Upper East Side, small business survival tips and tricks and industry-specific task lists for success. All meetings to take place at Wetherby Pembridge School, during the school summer recess. Please contact joanna@chneighbors.org for more information regarding this important forum series.

2019 CHN Film Fete comes to Carnegie Hill

September 27 - 29, 2019

PAST EVENTS

CHN Breakfast

Thursday, May 9, 2019 | 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. | Wetherby-Pembridge School

We thank our generous sponsors

  citytreeguards.com            li.me

The CHN Breakfast Series was developed by two career, turned full-time moms who recognized the need for a variation from our traditional evening forum and lecture series, to accommodate neighbors with non traditional schedules.

View imagery and hear the progress on the 96th Street Central Park Playground from the Central Park Conservancy Design and Construction Team here.

Help us welcome back our friends from The Daffodil Project. Learn about NY4P’s new Play Fair campaign to increase funding for all NYC Parks.

Get the latest updates from CHN’s president, Lo van der Valk, on the fight to save Marx Brothers Playground

Join us and meet our gracious hosts. Wetherby-Pembridge School | 7 East 96th Street | between Fifth and Madison avenues

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We thank our generous sponsors

  citytreeguards.com            li.me

Annual Spring Benefit

Thursday, May 2, 2019 | 6:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. | The Burden Mansion

The Carnegie Hill Neighbors Annual Spring Benefit is CHN’s major fundraiser, and always a festive evening of camaraderie among neighbors, who gather in one of Carnegie Hill’s historic venues to celebrate our community. The CHN Enrichment Award is presented for an outstanding neighborhood enhancement, and other lucky guests win raffle and silent auction prizes.

This year’s co-chairs, board member Trish Preston and CH neighbor Ranika Cohen decided to liven up the party this year, with DJ Olivier Meiji (you can hear him Saturdays at popular Upper East Side eaterie Le Bilboquet) a limited raffle, in addition to our classic raffle series of 10 neighborhood packages to take you out to lunch, in for an exercise class, or all around the neighborhood on a Classic Carnegie Hill shopping spree. Our carefully curated silent auction table boasts such priceless experiences as an intimate dinner with former FBI director James Comey and last chance weekend at The Wales Hotel.

This year, take a chance on our luxury limited raffle – only 200 tickets sold for a chance to win a stay of 7 – 10 days for six or seven guests in three one-bedroom suites in sunny Barbados! For more information on how to take advantage of this exclusive offer, please contact the CHN office for more details: 212.996.5520 or send us an email here.

DJ Olivier Meiji

Annual Meeting

Thursday, October 11

Our annual meeting is a legal requirement, but members attending always enjoy refreshments and a social time, before and after a presentation given by a noted author, historian, or representative of another preservation or parks organization. Topics presented are always pertinent to Carnegie Hill, such as a famous architect or nearby Central Park projects. In addition, CHN president and executive director give a presentation about current building issues, CHN’s activities, and local news; a slate of the board of directors is elected and CHN board members are available to answer neighbors’ questions.

CHN Halloween Spooktacular

All Hallows' Eve

Our Spooktacular Sponsors

Carousel of Languages | The Corner Bookstore | Gourmet Garage | Park Smiles NYC | Playgarden Prep | S. Feldman Housewares