There’s a lot to celebrate on the West Side of Providence. Over the past 30 years, community members have been working hard to revitalize the area making the West Side the city’s most celebrated neighborhood for local art, food and music.
Come celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the West Broadway Association (WBNA) at the Cranston Street Armory on Saturday, October 19, 2013, from 7pm-midnight.
As one of the sponsors for the event, we at Markham + DeRentis are looking forward to joining fellow hardworking community members for a night of dancing, art exhibitions, music by Grupo Sazon, and of course, amazing food by local culinary artists.
Additionally, this night provides us with a unique opportunity to see the interior of the West Side’s own legendary armory–a historic castle well-renowned as one of the nation’s most picturesque castles.
“We are thrilled to be celebrating our 30th year inside the Armory, to be sharing why we and so many others love this spectacular building,” said Kari Lang, Executive Director of the WBNA. “And we are not alone – the response has been overwhelming. People are fascinated with how this building came to be, the history and stories it tells, and what its future might hold.”
Tickets available here for purchase!Limited number of tickets will be available for purchase at the door for $40.00/per person. Pre-purchase is strongly encouraged. (Online sales end atmidnight Oct. 16). Please contact WBNA at 401-831-9344 with any questions. To view a FULL SIZE version of poster CLICK HERE
WBNA’s Role in the Community:
The West Broadway Neighborhood Association is a membership organization that partners with City and State Officials on community/economic development, grassroots advocacy, and relationship building. Their longstanding commitment and service to their community has paid off as Providence’s west side has become a destination for people to visit both locally and nationally. The neighborhood has been featured in The New York Times, as well as other national magazines and media outlets.
Join the WMBA: Membership begins at $5 per person to be accessible to all.