Community Safety and Transportation Updates At
Monthly General Meeting
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22
7:00pm 
Head Start Center
15 Mount Morris Park West 
(Between 121st and 122nd Street)
Community Safety Update–Captain Kathleen Walsh, the new commanding officer of the NYPD 25th precinct, will join us to meet community members and provide an update.
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 Citi Bike Presentation–Peter Davis, Representative of the 121st Street Block Association, will make a presentation about the citi bike share program for Central Harlem and the Marcus Garvey Park areas.
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Members and non-members-ALL are welcome!

Refreshments will be served.

Listen. Learn. Speak Out. Be Involved.

More Details At https://www.facebook.com/events/1747814175505585/


A Midsummer Night's Picnic
What is Summer without a Picnic!!

A Midsummer Night’s Community Potluck Picnic hosted by MMPCIA,
Thursday, August 6, from 6:00–8:00 pm.

It’s our way of saying thanks! We hope you’ll join us as we celebrate summer with friends and neighbors and acknowledge all of you who have helped and supported the efforts of MMPCIA by joining the team and bringing energy and enthusiasm to the organization and the community.

RSVP today! 

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Tuesday, November 18, at 7 PM

Mount Morris Ascension Head Start Center

15 Mount Morris Park West (btwn W121/W122 Streets)

The Annual Meeting is a special meeting of the MMPCIA membership at which the president gives a wrap-up of a very full year of events and accomplishments, and elections are held to fill vacant seats on the Board of Directors.

This year, we have six (6) vacant board seats and seven (7) candidates for the election!!

Syderia Asberry-Chresfield, Gregory Carey, Patricia Pates Eaton, Kathleen Hulser, Robert Pair,  Gina Ramcharan, Todd Stevens

Candidate Statements are available for download here so you can review each candidate’s background, interests and ideas in advance. Each candidate will have five minutes to introduce themselves to the group followed by a short question and answer opportunity.

If you are unable to attend the meeting and would like to submit an absentee ballot, please email us at membership@mmpcia.org.

To be eligible to vote, members must be in good standing and current in dues.  We hope you will join today.

Hee, Hee, Hee!

The Mount Morris Park Community Improvement Association has some old-fashioned Halloween Fun planned for the neighborhood kids — and the young at heart!

Saturday, October 31, 2015

Parade, Costume Contest, Music Games, Treats in Marcus Garvey Park 2:30-5 PM:

Trick or Treating 5-7 PM:

Trick-or-Treating Around Mount Morris Park Neighborhood! The kids will enjoy going from stoop to stoop to fill their loot bags.

The trick or treat list of the houses in the neighborhood will be available on Friday. They are also marked with a balloon!

 

Here is the list of Trick-or-Treat Friendly houses in the neighborhood. They are also marked with a balloon!

 

St. Martin’s Episcopal ChurchRaise the Roof 150 px

230 Lenox Avenue at 122nd Street 

New York, New York 10027

 

Saturday, September 27, 2014

10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

*Rain Date: Saturday, October 4, 2014*

“Raise the Roof” is undertaking a Capital Campaign to renovate St. Martin’s Episcopal Church, (including the “Copper Covered Pyramidal Steeple,” the “Carillon” and The Rectory).

 Clown, Face Painting, Balloon Twisting, Food, and Bargains Galore!

 

Vendors Welcome
Space Reservation Contact: 212.534.4531
or RaiseTheRoofSTMEpiscopal@gmail.com
Click here for more information about becoming a vendor.

Donations Welcome
Click here for more information about giving donations.
 

 


A Midsummer Night's Picnic
And now it’s time for ours …

A Midsummer Night’s Community Potluck Picnic hosted by MMPCIA,
Thursday, August 6, from 6:00–8:00 pm.

It’s our way of saying thanks! We hope you’ll join us as we celebrate summer with friends and neighbors and acknowledge all of you who have helped and supported the efforts of MMPCIA by joining the team and bringing energy and enthusiasm to the organization and the community.

RSVP today! 

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College Scholarship logo

The MMPCIA $4,000 Scholarship Award began in 2009 as a way of honoring college-bound Harlem high school seniors who live in Greater Mount Morris Park/Central Harlem Community from 110th to 135th Streets between Morningside and Third Avenues.

Beginning each February, the MMPCIA Scholarship Committee reaches out to area high school teachers, guidance counselors, parents and students. The application is available by emailing the Scholarship Committee at scholarship@mmpcia.org or can be downloaded below. The completed applications are reviewed by a neutral group of judges and one winner will be selected each year. The recipient’s award will be disbursed in the amount of $1,000 each year and renewable for up to four years as long as the student continues as a full time student in good standing.

Funds for the Scholarship Award are raised primarily though proceeds from MMPCIA’s two major fund raising efforts—the Annual Historic Neighborhood House Tour in June each year and the Holiday Gala in December—and through generous contributions from neighborhood donors specifically to the scholarship fund.

Download the 2014 Application.

Deadline is June 1, 2014.

Mount Morris Tastes logo

 

On Thursday, May 1st, from 6:30-8:30 PM, join us for Mount Morris Tastes, MMPCIA’s annual spring membership drive and celebration that also offers a chance to sample the fare from our local businesses.

Please join us for our annual wine tasting and membership party.

•Sample wines poured by Uptown Cellars on Lenox Ave.
•Enjoy taste treats for every taste from neighborhood eateries Amy Ruth’s, Baobab Gouygi, Blvd Bistro and Island Salad.
•Get to know your neighbors and make new friends.
•Renew your membership in the Mount Morris Park Community Improvement Association or join us for the first time.

 

MMPCIA Members: Free  |  Guests & Friends: $10
Join or renew today!

¡Salud!

Thursday, May 1st, 6:30 – 8:30 PM
Harlem Haberdashery, 245 Lenox Ave, Harlem

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The Mount Morris Park Community Improvement Association is a neighborhood non-profit 501(c)(3) dedicated to revitalizing and preserving our Historic District and beyond, to fostering an environment of open and active opportunities, and to reflecting a spectrum of voices, ideas and opinions of those who share the neighborhood.

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