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Slatterly Park street mural re-paint

Rescheduled for:

Saturday July 19

9:00am – 12:00pm

Join us Saturday July 19, at 9:00am – 12:00pm to help re-paint the Slatterly Park street mural adjacent to the Hawthorne Education Center at the intersection of 7th Street & 5th Ave SE.  This is a family friendly activity, and all you need to do is show up, as all of the paint and supplies are provided, thanks to RNeighbors!


Summer Quarterly Meeting/Picnic

Join us for our Summer Quarterly Neighborhood Meeting/Picnic, a short meeting will be preceded by a potluck dinner!  Look for fun activities for the kids!!!!

Tuesday July 22


Slatterly Park Shelter


DMC Public Forum #2

Second Community Public Forum

Date: July-10-2014

Time: 7:00 pm

Join us! Don’t miss the second community public forum!


Slatterly Music & Movie the Park

Music & Movie the Park

(Live Music & Outdoor Movie)

Saturday August 9th

5:30pm – 10:30pm


The Naymes

“Fresh sounding Rock N’ Roll group, who’s paving the way to that radiating  ‘Rick n’ Rack’ sound!! Check it out!!!”

The Goonies

Outdoor Movie

 This is a free event, no carry in food or beverage.  Food and drink available for sale to support the event!

Thanks to these great neighborhood businesses:

DMC Community Conversations









Third Floor of University Square

Thursday June 12

Session 1   5:15–6:45 p.m.

  • Livable City
  • Sports, Recreation and Nature
  • Hospitality and Conventions
  • Learning Environment

Session 2   7:15–8:45 p.m.

  • Transportation
  • Arts/Culture/Entertainment
  • Health and Wellness
  • Entrepreneur, Small
    Business, Commercial Research and Technology

If you can’t join us in person or via Twitter, email your questions or ideas to
We will add them to the DMC ideas database to share with the DMC planners.

Stay at one table or visit them all. You choose which conversations you would like to join.


Art on the Ave Photos

Check out the awesome photos of Art on the Ave, these photos are courtesy of Exactly Done a Slatterly Park business!

360 Shot by Exactly Done:

More photos on Facebook:!/media/set/?set=a.574147026037139.1073741828.199363950182117&type=1












Art on the Ave Entertainment Lineup








MISSION STATEMENT: Art on the Ave is a neighborhood initiative to promote the arts, to revitalize  Slatterly Park with progressive beautification projects, and to foster conscientious community in SE downtown Rochester. Annually in May, Art on the Ave hosts a festival showcasing local artisans and art-based organizations, food, musicians, and fine arts performers. Our event welcomes all-comers and is committed to maintaining an environment without religious or political polarity. Through our efforts, we seek to champion creativity as a vehicle for peace, humanism, and prosperity.

Event Poster: AoA Flier

Event webpage:


Good Morning Bedlam 9:30-10:15am

Voice That Lied 10:30-11:15am

Take Two and Friends 11:30-1:00pm

Jeremy Jewell 1:15-2:30pm

1422  2:45 – 4:00pm

Other Live Entertainment (North performance area)

Words Players: 9:30 -10:30am

Crystal Phonenix  11:00am

Crystal Phonenix  3:00pm

Other Live Entertainment (South performance area)

Naomi Thrune: 2:30 – 3:30pm


Connect with Art on the Ave!

Boulevard Tree Grant

Do you have a missing boulevard tree in front of your house you would like to get replaced?

The Slatterly Park Neighborhood Association has a $20 tree grant for Slatterly Park Neighborhood residents Tree Grant Flyer

Steps below to recieve the grant money:

Find out what you can Plant: BOULEVARD TREE SPECIES


Purchase a tree and sumbit reciept to: you will be reimbursed up to a maximum of $20 per boulevard tree planted


Community Garden Plots NOW Available

CROPS is a dynamic network of community gardens and its leadership group developed by residents of Rochester and the Rochester Area Foundation in the Fall of 2009. We are a passionate group of gardeners who strive to provide residents with the opportunity to grow their own vegetables, right in their own neighborhood.

The CROPS community gardens are located on private as well as city owned remnant parcels of land, which the Rochester Park and Recreation Department has allowed for gardening. In all cases, vacant and underutilized areas are transformed into vibrant focal points of the neighborhood as the network of CROPS gardens expands.

If interested in a community garden near you, here are the current garden plot availability maps and 2014 applications

Art on the Ave Volunteer Signup

Click on the link below to volunteer for Art on the Ave on Saturday May 17

Signup is now available online to help out with this great neighborhood event!