A Note From Hedy Campbell, Newsletter Editor
The Summer 2021 is now available here. And you'll find news of our 2021 Hall of Fame - Residents of Longstanding here.
If you missed it in February, you'll find Ted and Asya Berger's history presentation about the Block Association's origins 50 years ago both in video and transcribed format on Caitlin Hawke's blog here.
There are lots of goodies in our archives which you will find here.
Editor, West 102nd & 103rd Streets Block Association Newsletter
The West 102nd & 103rd Streets Block Association is a group of volunteers who work to make our blocks a vibrant, safe, and beautiful community.
The West 102nd & 103rd Streets Block Association welcomes new members who live in our district on the Upper West Side of Manhattan (New York City). That area includes W. 102nd and W. 103rd Streets from Broadway to Riverside Drive and West End Avenue between W. 102nd and W. 103rd Streets.
Join us by becoming a member at the button below.
~ Block Association Board of Directors
There are many ways to support your Block Association. Why not start by simply joining our mailing list so that you receive our news directly. Click the button below to complete our form. Membership dues or contributions are appreciated but not required to join our email list.
Calendar of Events
Monthly BA Board Meetings
Second Tuesdays at 8 p.m. (remote)
Email email@example.com if you would like to attend.
Upcoming Open Streets Presentation
Tuesday, June 15 at 8 p.m. (remote)
to RSVP and attend via Zoom.
TriBloomingdale SciFi Reading Group
For information about TriBloomingdale, click here.
TriBloomingdale Walks are Back!
Every Sunday at 8 a.m.
Contact Caitlin Hawke for information.
News & Upcoming Events:
2021 Marks Our 50th Anniversary!
If you missed Asya and Ted Berger's presentation about our origin story, it's now available on the website.
Click here to view it and read more.
Click here for our neighborhood events calendar.
Click here for our blog featuring local news.
Meet Our Street Guard
Two guards, Kevin and Dwight, have been trained for our beat seven nights a week from 5:30-11:30 p.m. To report neighborhood security issues or to request our guards' assistance, please use the following phone numbers:
Your contributions to the Block Association provide funding for our street guard service.
Our Annual Block Party
Who: Kids, Adults, You, Us, All!
What: Our festive, 25+ family, community sale and annual tradition with a split-pot lottery, food & treasures galore! An old blog post describes it all.
Where: Along W. 103rd St. from West End Ave. to Riverside Dr.
How to Become a Vendor: Rates are reasonable for Block Association residents ($40) and non-residents ($55). See the vendor page here.
How can you help? We are always looking for volunteers, bakers to supply the bake sale table; musicians; and vendors! Please email us: YardSale@w102-103blockassn.org