Hammond street residents host block party in Powell River

Hammond Street residents recently got together to enjoy the summer sun, a barbecue and connect with their neighbours at a recent block party, complete with cello music provided by Arthur Arnold.

Last year, City of Powell River kicked off its block party program and in 2018 partnered with the Resilient Streets program, a collaborative effort to help create more resilient communities in BC.

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Neighbourhoods can apply for micro grants to plan and have their own street parties.

More information is available at powellriverprc.ca/arts-culture/resilientstreets/.

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