The Spring Newsletter is in the mail!

The CHA spring newsletter is coming your way!

Our Spring Newsletter is jam packed with news, information and a list of upcoming local events.

Read it here first or wait for yours to arrive in the mail.

CHA Newsletter March 2014

Our 2014 Membership drive begins!

With the release of our Spring newsletter, we also begin our annual membership drive. Dues are our sole source of funds to pay for all of our activities, community meetings, social events, web site, special projects, newsletters and other mailings.

Why become a CHA member? Here are some of the benefits:

  •       Members’ Cocktail Party May 8: Save the date of Thursday, May 8, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. for our annual members’ cocktail party which will be held at a unique and special Chestnut Hill property. This event is limited to those members whose current year’s dues have been received by the CHA. A special invitation will be mailed in April with the details. Please respond with your dues now to ensure that you receive the invitation. (Last year’s party was a big success.)
  •       Voting Privileges:Dues-paying members are entitled to vote to elect officers and board members at our Annual Meeting.
  •       Other CHA Events: Members are invited to special events or informative meetings geared to the interests and needs of our neighborhood.
  •       Participation: We are always looking for members to serve on our various committees, and help carry out our mission. Let us know if you’d like to help.

Join Today!

Concert by Boston Symphony musicians in Chestnut Hill

Concert by Boston Symphony musicians

Sunday, April 6  

8 p.m.

 Church of the Redeemer

525 Hammond Street

Tickets are $20 purchased in advance (call 617-566-7679), $25 at the door, and $10 for students. Music by 19th and 20th century composers. Featured performers include Keisuke Wakao, oboe, Thomas Martin, clarinet, and Mihail Jojatu, cello. This is the final concert in this season’s series.

 

Newton Open Studios: April 4-5

Newton Open Studios

Friday and Saturday, April 4-5  

The spring art show at various locations around the City will feature works by 180 different artists from the area, including painting, jewelry, photography, and ceramics. Look for signs at the usual places. For more information, visit the Newton Open Studios website. 

 

Its time for Houghton Garden clean up

houghton garden bench

On Saturday, April 5th, 2014 starting at 9am, the annual Houghton Garden clean-up begins.

Bring gloves and whatever saws and pruners one may have.

Lunch and good camaraderie are provided free of charge.

This occurs rain or shine.

For any information, please contact Michele Hanss at 617-730-8122.

*photo from Newton Conservators*

DCR files for liscence to install floating walkway, hydro-raking at Hammond Pond

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The Massachussetts Department of Conservation and Recreation has filed with the Waterways Regulation Program for a liscence to (1) install a floating walkway on Hammond Pond and (2) perform hydro raking of aquatic vegetation in the pond.

View the liscence notification and more information here: Publc Notice of Waterways Liscense Application No. w14-4074

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