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Rain Garden Workshop July 17

Calling All Neighbors! Come learn about the importance of rain gardens and help with some key rain garden maintenance tasks on Saturday, July 17 from 9-11:30am on the George Watts playground (700 Watts St.). Rain date: Sunday, July 18.

Posted in Local Businesses or Organizations, Neighborhood Events, Stewardship and beautification

Neighborhood Improvement with Grants from Duke

By Mollie Flowe This spring, the TPNA worked with partner nonprofits to apply for two Duke Doing Good grants through the Duke Durham Neighborhood Partnership program. First, TPNA partnered with the Trinity Park Foundation and with the George Watts PTA

Posted in New Developments, Stewardship and beautification

Trinity Park Foundation Plans for 2021-2022

By Shelley Dekker The Trinity Park Foundation, Inc. is a not-for-profit 501c3 organization formed in 1980 to purchase the land at 410 Watts St., where The Trinity Park is now located.  The Foundation leases The Trinity Park to the City

Posted in Stewardship and beautification

Neighborhood Clean-up – Do We Need a New Plan?

By Julia Borbely-Brown Litter-free neighborhoods are not just beautiful. They also communicate pride, discourage further littering, and protect our waterways. While Trinity Park is a lovely place, you might be surprised how much litter you’ll find along our streets if

Posted in Neighborhood concerns, Stewardship and beautification

Trinity Park Call for Artists/Sign Makers

The Trinity Park Wooden Sign

As some of you have no doubt noticed, the wooden sign on the corner of Watts and Trinity for The Trinity Park ‘went missing’ earlier this year. In some ways it’s remarkable that the sign has stood for so many

Posted in Stewardship and beautification