Ren Church teamed up with several other groups including Southside Cultural Center, the Mayor’s office, Southside Community Land Trust, several restaurants and businesses, Salvation Army, Amos House and so on to hold the Trinity Square Block Party last weekend. The festival included live music and performances from local artists Sidy and Friends, 401 Boyz, P SAM, and others. Restaurants in the Historic Trinity Square area, such as Bubble Tea House, Island House, La Sonrisa, and provided discounts on the day of the party for visitors to get a flavor for what’s around Trinity Square to eat. Free activities for families and children, Recycle-a-Bike repair & tune-ups, PVD mounted police, PVD firetrucks, and other great family friendly entertainment all be happened on the grounds of SCCRI and along Central St.
The Citylove team created an interactive art installation and provided lots of games, prizes, food and drinks for all of the families and neighbors. About 40 volunteers from Ren Church gave their time and energy to make the Block Party fun and welcoming for all!