UPCOMING EVENTS

CHN Spooktacular - Virtually Spooky

The Spooktacular is going virtual this year

Submit your photos to us between October 31 and November 7 to

events@chneighbors.org

See the poster for details

 

Seen Around the Neighborhood

Save the Date

Tuesday, December 15, 2020
7:00pm
Details to Follow

PAST EVENTS

Tree Care Committee Outing

Saturday October 17
Saturday October 24
9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Rain Date is October 31

Meet at the CHN office at the SW corner of 94th and Madison

Please wear a mask and bring any tools

CHN Monthly Meet Up

Keeping Trees Healthy and Happy
Wednesday, October 30
6:00 p.m.

Tree Tips With Julia

Our tree care committee and community partners led an engaging and informative session on best practices for street tree health and longevity on Wednesday, September 30th, for the second installment of our CHN Monthly Meet Up series.

If you missed the seminar, you can click the link above to view a recording of “Tree Tips with Julia”, a quintessentially Carnegie Hill production.

Please find coupons offered by two of our favorite partners – City Tree Guards and Urban Gardens.

CHN Monthly Meet Up

The Engineer’s Gate and Its Historic Surroundings
Thursday, August 27th
6:00 p.m.

For CHN’s inaugural lecture of the newly minted Monthly Meet Up series, we were delighted to have our very own Lo van der Valk, staff preservationist and CHN board president, enlighten us with his deep appreciation and knowledge of Central Park’s Engineer’s Gate.  A gem of our own and of the Park Department, the Engineer’s Gate has a lore all its own, having been filmed time and again for television and the large screen.

Classic E.F. Hutton

95th Street between Park and Madison Avenues

Stop by 95th Street between Park and Madison Avenues every evening after the 7:00 p.m. salute to front line workers for free music

J. McLaughlin Sip n' Shop to Benefit CHN

Help support Carnegie Hill Neighbors by shopping at J. McLaughlin.

Thursday May 14
9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Please don’t order through the website, but call the store directly.

State Assembly Member Rebecca Seawright Town Hall

Rebecca Seawright will host a virtual town hall

Tuesday, May 12
7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

RSVP required
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1iM9t7NiX9zscP6sGerPaieLpm34I1ilGUV8rqG07_BU/edit

 

City Council Member Ben Kallos Town Hall

Ben Kallos will host a virtual small business town hall

Tuesday, May 12
6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

RSVP required
212-860-1950 or
benkallos.com/events

CHN Breakfast Series - NEW DATE PENDING

Join CHN on Thursday, April 2 for our annual Breakfast Series

Keynote Address: Jennifer Gray, Curator of Drawings and Archives at Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University

Followed by a discussion on street vendor regulations with Councilman Keith Powers and Community Board 8 member Michele Birnbaum

9:00 a.m – 11:00 a.m
Founders Hall
Wetherby-Pembridge School
7 East 96th Street

RSVP: events@chneighbors.org

CHN Spring Tree Pruning - SEE BELOW

Saturday, April 4 – CANCELED
Saturday, April 18 – PENDING. Please email events@chneighbors for more information.

10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

CHN Building Network Forum

CHN Building Network Forum returns
Thursday, March 5
6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
The Church of Saint Thomas More, Rochester Room
65 East 89th Street

Come hear the latest news from 19th Precinct Commander Kathleen Walsh on security concerns and solutions in and around Carnegie Hill.

Industry leaders will be there with examples of the latest technologies.

RSVP to events@chneighbors.org

NYPD 19th Precinct Build the Block

On Tuesday March, 3 the 19th Precinct will hold its next Build the Block safety meeting.

Location: 92nd Street Y, Room 102/103
1395 Lexington Avenue

Time: Doors Open at 6:30pm.  Meeting begins at 7:00pm

Please email: events@chneighbors.org if you plan to attend

Electronics Recycling Day

Join CHN, City Councilor Ben Kallos, 92nd Street Y and the Lower East Side Ecology Center for

Electronics Recycling Day
January 26, 2020
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

92nd Street Y
(Lexington Avenue between 91st and 92nd Streets)

Recycling unwanted electronics is important to safeguarding our environment.  Please click here to read about Mayor de Blasio’s Green New Deal.

Note: Stores that sell electronics are required by New York City law to recycle electronic equipment.

City Council Member Ben Kallos' State of the District

New York City Council Member Ben Kallos will deliver his State of the District report

Sunday, January 26, 2020
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Memorial Sloan Kettering Auditorium
430 East 67th Street

Oppose Art Installation at the Jewish Museum

We need your support.

Please join CHN

Wednesday, January 22
The New York Blood Center
310 East 67th Street

6:30 p.m.
(you must arrive before 6:45 in order to be heard)

To add your voice, please email comments or RSVP: events@chneighbors.org

CHN Small Business Workshop

Thanks to all of the participants who came out to our Small Business Workshop to learn and discuss possible solutions to the vacancy issues affecting our neighborhood.

There is more work to be done!  Look for updates here.

Read Comptroller Stringer’s recent Op-Ed in the Gotham Gazette.

CHN Fall 2019 Tree Care Outings

Thank you to everyone who participated in our fall Tree Pruning events.

Saturday, October 26
Saturday, November 2
10:00am – 12:00 noon

Meet at CHN Office
Madison Avenue at 94th Street

Coffee & Pastries

RSVP: 212-996-5520 or events@chneighbors.org

Neighborhood Clean Up Day at 96th Street Pocket Park

Thank you to all of our volunteers, including New York City Council Members Keith Powers and Ben Kallos for planting, weeding and sweeping up our pocket park on Park Avenue between 96th and 97th Streets.

In conjunction with NY4Parks, we planted over 50 Daffodils throughout this neighborhood gem.

Saturday, November 2
12:00 noon – 2:00pm

 

I'll Help

CHN Annual Spooktacular

Thank you to  all of our Carnegie Hill Neighbors, Ghost, Goblins, Princes and Princesses for another successful Spooktacular.  It was a fantastic evening and it wasn’t too dark and stormy!

Thanks to our Sponsors

CHN Annual Meeting

Thank you to everyone who came to the 2019 Annual Meeting.  It was a fantastic turn out and great to see so many interested Carnegie Hill Neighbors!

Film Fete 2019 Is A Wrap!

Thank you to our Hosts, Sponsors, Friends and most importantly our Attendees.
We had a wonderful weekend filled with inspirational stories of compassion, resiliency and beauty – each with a strong connection to Carnegie Hill.

Please join us again in 2020 for our 3rd Annual Film Fete!

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.

Reserve your seat below or RSVP at events@chneighbors.org

Reserve my Seat

CHN Breakfast

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

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

Reserve your seat below or RSVP at events@chneighbors.org

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