This Month’s Updates and Events
The SFA (Sports and Fitness Alliance) is now recruiting young people ages 6-15 for a track team based at the Poppleton Rec Center. More information is on the flyers below, and the contact information for the coach is Demetrius Staton,
252-367-9517 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Safety and Engagement will be hosting a series of feedback events on their draft Violence Prevention Plan. The District 10 event will be Thursday, April 15th at 7pm and the District 9 event will be Monday April 19th at 7pm. There will also be a series of other events for a range of stakeholders, including Community Based Organizations on Thursday, April 29th at 5:30pm. You can find more information about the feedback
events and register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/mayors-office-of-neighborhood-safety-and-engagement-32912934015 .
The draft Plan is available here: https://monse.baltimorecity.gov/sites/default/files/MayorBMS_Draft_ViolenceReductionFrameworkPlan.pdf.
|April: Financial Education MonthFinancial Tip of the Week:Brown bag your lunch. The reason you hear this tip so much is that it works! If buying lunch at work costs $5, but making lunch at home costs only $2.50, then in a year, you could afford to create a $500 emergency fund and still have money left over!Free Financial Education ProgramsBuild your knowledge by attending our financial workshops with our partners at M&T Bank! Both virtual and in-person sessions are available, please see the flier below for more information.Interested in Getting the COVID Vaccine?Hello Neighbors,|
We wanted to share the following information regarding vaccination appointments. For Baltimore City residents who qualify and are interested in getting a vaccination appointment close to downtown, the Baltimore Convention Center Field Hospital (BCCFH) and M&T Bank Stadium are the two closest vaccination sites for residents of the Southwest Baltimore area. Community members should enroll through the “Complete the BCC Vaccine Request form” on the Baltimore City Convention Field Hospital Website: www.umms.org/BCCVaccine or start the online registration process for M&T Bank Stadium at: www.umms.org/StadiumVax. If you have time, you may want to register at both places.
Individuals without computer access or who otherwise need assistance filling out the appointment request form for the BCCFH can call 443-462-5511 Monday through Friday from 9 am to 4:30 pm. Marylanders can also reach the state’s vaccine call center at 855-MDGOVAX (855-634-6829) seven days a week from 7 am to 10 pm to get assistance with registration, information on COVID vaccines and identify providers closest to their homes.
Vaccination plans, appointments and access points will continue to evolve as vaccine supply increases. We are excited by the significant interest among city residents to get vaccinated and remain committed to helping lead this effort. In the meantime, we ask that you remain patient and stay safe.Pictured: Bishop of New Psalmist Baptist Church and his partner getting their vaccination shots.
Share Your Experience!Over the next few months, UMB will be highlighting members of the community and their vaccination experience. Share your experience getting vaccinated by tagging us @umbaltimore and using #UMBVaccinesWork on Twitter or Instagram. Include why you got the vaccine. You can also submit your photos and comments about your vaccine experience, by clicking here. Free Community LunchGrab and Go Meals!
Sponsored by:Wednesday, April 14th12:00pm to 1:00pmUMB Community Engagement Center16 S Poppleton StreetJoin us as we re-start our community lunch program with a twist! We will have boxed lunches available for pick up from 12pm to 1pm. Catch up with neighbors, learn how we can help you schedule a vaccination appointment at UMB, and grab fliers about our upcoming spring programming.
Catering by local Hollins Market eatery, Neopol Smokery. Everyone is welcome, please wear a mask and proactive social distancing!Rec 2 Tech:Free Virtual STEM Programming for StudentsRegister here.
Contact Barnard Smit at email@example.com or call 410-706-2511 for more information
Ready to talk about anti-racism?
Ever wonder why racism is still alive and well? Looking for how you can do your part to end racism? Clay Pots’ very own Janet Henery and Dwayne Hess will facilitate a discussion— Tuesday nights in April on Zoom, 7-8 p.m. Participants will watch video clips from Netflix’s documentary Amend.
To learn more or register, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
FREE online yoga classes are now available for all! Join us each Monday at 5:45pm for a soothing session of yoga. Be sure to have your mat, towel, and water ready before the class begins.
Please use the link below to join:https://us04web.zoom.us/j/76322700798?pwd=OU5hZnA0Q0NXTWNzWHNYZVhDY0lvZz09
Hollins Roundhouse Neighborhood Association Meetings are the second Wednesday of the month at 7pm. Visit our Facebook site for Zoom Link and other highlights
To view the Southwest Partnership Event Calendar, please click HERE
To view the UMB Community Engagement Event Calendar, please click HERE
What’s On Sowebo is a Facebook page with lots of social events throughout Hollins Market and it’s neighboring neighborhoods
When you make a call to 311 or 911, we ask you to give us a heads up at email@example.com so we can keep it in our notes and check up on it if necessary.