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For the roughly 1/2 of QV residents who are renters, the fine folks at Community Legal Services have produced a valuable guide for tenants.
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Those of you who frequent Red Hook have probably already seen this exhibit. If not, tomorrow is your last chance! Red Hook is hosting an "exhibit closing party" where you can meet the artists and learn about the Tuesday Darkroom Class at Fleisher Art Memorial.
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Many thanks to all of the neighbors who helped clean up our school yards, playground, and streets this Monday.
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The QVNA Weekly Digest - 01/17/2018 -
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Despite temperatures that hovered just around 30 degrees, approximately 40-50 people came out, adults and kids alike, to pitch in for Nebinger Schoolyard, Weccacoe playground and the 400 block of Monroe; Meredith Elementary. Later, volunteers were invited back to Weccacoe’s Community Room for hot dogs, lemonade, coffee and treats.
This looks very interesting... Society Hill authors presenting their work on relationships at Headhouse Books this Tuesday...
The QVNA Weekly Digest - 01/11/2018 -
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On January 18, 2018 at 7:30 p.m., join neighbors at Shot Tower Coffee for QVNA Magazine 101. You’ll meet the editors, block volunteers, and contributors to learn about how each issue comes together. Also find out how you can get involved by delivering issues to your block, nearby neighbors, or local businesses. Or, find out how you can become a contributor.
More well deserved accolades for QV's Hungry Pigeon. Thanks for doing what you do, Scott and Pat and crew!
The QVNA Weekly Digest - 01/03/2018
In this issue, we take a historical view of the issues that threatened the quality of life in our neighborhood. We also shed a spotlight on the events that led to the formation of QVNA and other groups that represent the interests of residents and businesses. Download PDF
As the holidays wind down and we enter the New Year, your Christmas tree has served you well as a source of beauty and a place to rest gifts for loved ones. Honor your tree and help it continue to provide value by considering the information below to recycle your tree.
As the holidays wind down and we enter the New Year, your Christmas tree has served you well as a source of beauty and a place to rest gifts for loved ones. Honor your tree and help it continue to provide value by considering the information below to recycle your tree. Do not burn your tree. The sap will smell unpleasant and coat your chimney with a type of tar that can irritate your nose and throat, as well as potentially set your house on fire. [ 102 more words ] https://qvna.org/2018/01/02/christmas-tree-disposal-information/
As Philadelphia’s first neighborhood, Queen Village draws on a rich past that makes it one of the city’s most interesting places to live, work and play. The Queen Village Neighbors Association (QVNA) is a non-profit organization that strives to restore, preserve and improve the quality of life in this historic community.