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First Friday Sat 6/4 at the Art Park 6-10pm
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First Friday Sat 6/4 at the Art Park 6-10pm

Alwun House is opening the new Art Park space each First Friday with fun art vendors, FOOD, and music. June 4th we have a broad range of artists who will be selling their wares and we wish to share this opportunity to support local artists and have a good dinner at the same time, with […]

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Mobile Market for Fresh Fruit & Vegetables

A mobile market selling fresh fruits and vegetables at affordable prices is coming to: Aim Right Ministries (1013 N 13th St, corner of Roosevelt St & 13th St)Tuesday, June 8th and 22nd11:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m. Buy one, get one FREE with SNAP/EBT! For every dollar you spend using your SNAP/ EBT card, you will earn […]

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Mural Project Thank You Parties (5/20 & 22)

From the folks who ran the Mural Project (including the survey and discussion many Garfield neighbors participated in): We have two events coming up where you can meet and talk to community members and Eric and I, feast your eyes on what your feedback taught us, win more stuff, and eat free donuts, good food […]

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Liquor License Request: 10th St & Pierce

The new owners of the property across from Gallo Blanco on 10th St (used to be Pueblo, the plant store) have requested a liquor license to sell “package liquor sales.” They have opted not to contact the neighborhood before requesting a permit so we have no details other than the letter, below. The application number […]

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Community Yard Sale (5/22)

May 22nd from 8am to 1pm Alwun House is hosting a Garfield Yard Sale for residents. Everyone is welcome to come down and help repurpose good stuffs or buy new items our neighbors have made. Clothes, instruments, knick knacks, kitchen wares, books, home baked goods, home made goats milk soap, tools, home decor and last […]

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First Friday at the Art Park (5/7)

Starting in May Alwun House will be hosting Art Park First Fridays with food trucks, artists vending their artworks and music to stimulate the soul. This month we’ll be featuring DJ Scapegoat with his intriguing knack for eclectic wizardry mixing musical genres.

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Van Buren St. Beautification – 4/14 @ 6pm

The City of Phoenix recently repaved Van Buren Street and is inviting you to provide input and ideas to improve and beautify the stretch of Van Buren Street from 7th to 24th Street. This could include lighting, landscaping, shade, safety improvements, pedestrian crossings, and other suggestions from the community. This project will not affect lane […]

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City of Phoenix Emergency Rent Assistance (ERA)

City of Phoenix is letting residents sign up for Emergency Rent Assistance: https://www.phoenix.gov/humanservices/rental-assistance How Can I Apply? There are two ways to apply. ​Effective March 8, call Phoenix’s Human Services Department at 602-534-AIDE(2433) on Mondays only, starting at 8 a.m. to schedule a telephone appointment for emergency financial assistance Submit an application online through Wildfire​​ […]

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