Better Block on Pine

June 10, 2017

June 10, 2017

14:00 To 18:00

Pine Ave, Warren, Ohio

http://tnpwarren.org/

Free

(330) 599-9275

Event Description

This day-long event will feature temporary streetscape elements, pop-up businesses, engaging activities for children and families and much more. Made possible through a grant from the William Swanston Charitable Foundation.

Join us for live music, games, art exhibits, a bike rodeo with free helmet giveaways, and so much more!

Organizers

Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership

Contact Information

info@tnpwarren.org

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