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Check out the link below for “Making it Better”, and click the thumbs up tab next to the Facebook logo to up our chances of winning! 

Slatterly has entered its tree planting initiative in the competition.


 Be a part of something great!

Draft Vision Plan

Check out the new page above for the Imagine Slatterly Draft Vision Plan.

Imagine Slatterly Meeting Saturday Sept. 17

Questions or Comments-Contact: Wayne Flock wflock@hga.com 

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Hawthorne Street Mural Repaint a Success!

Thanks to all the volunteers who came out to paint the street!


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Music & Movie in the Park July 23



Our 4th Annual Saturdays at Slaterly Music & Movie in the Park is July 23! 

Check the website for Band & Movie listing!

7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Live Band featuring:  Back to Back with Diamond-Mac a tribute band to Neil Diamond & Steve Nicks

9:30 (dusk)-10:30pm Outdoor Movie :”Shrek Forever After”

No Carry in food or beverage, the event is put on free, with food available for purchase to support the event.

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A special thanks to our Sponsors:

Boulevard Tree Planting Tues. July 5 Volunteers Needed

We have purchased 30 more boulevard trees for the Slatterly Park neighborhood, with funds raised from Saturdays at Slatterly events Music & Movie in the Park & Bloom Day & Art on the Ave.  By supporting these events we are able to put the funds back into the neighborhood!  The new trees will be planted on the 600, 700 & 800 blocks of 8th Ave SE, and 7th & 8th Streets SE that spoke off of 8th Ave.  We’ll do the planting on Tuesday July 5th from 6:30pm -8:00pm.  We’ll need approx. 15 volunteers to help out! 



Lowe’s gave us a phenomenal deal on the boulevard approved trees, and we are working with Jacob Ryg our  City Forester on the tree locations!

 I’d like a couple volunteers to help hand out fliers on these blocks this week, to notify neighbors on the blocks were planting so they know about watering the new trees, and a chance to come out an help!

 Please respond on your availability: wflock@hga.com

Art on the Ave: A Huge Success!



Thanks to everyone who came out and supported Art on the Ave., along with the great vendors, muscians, and volunteers who helped make the event a huge success!  We estimated about 600 people moved through the event throughout the day.   The new Dragonflies sculpture was unveiled at 911 9th Ave SE. 

Get out and take a walk and enjoy the growing collection of public art, this being the 5th boulevard sculpture in a series of sculputures created by Cheryl Fitzgerald of Rochester.  Next year’s event will be held on the 900 block of 5th Ave SE!

Sculpture Locations: In order of installation-newest first

911 9th Ave SE (Dragon Flies)

1051 8th Ave SE (Whimsical Flowers)

912 8th Ave SE (Flower Head Man)

922 6th Ave SE (Tulip)

920 6th Ave SE (Twine Globe)


Art on the Ave. ‘Art’: Everyone’s favorite neighbor, is an art market returning by popular demand, which last year pulled in 300-400 people the first year of the market. The market is part of Slatterly’s 4th Annual Saturdays at Slatterly Bloom Day which is being held Saturday May 21 from 10:00am – 4:00pm on the 900 block of 9th Ave SE (one block west of Slatterly Park).  These events are being put on by the Slatterly Park Neighborhood Association. 

The market will showcase 25 local artisans, with a mix of painters, glass blowers, metal workers, and jewelers, and will be much like the Thursdays on First market downtown on a smaller scale, with a goal to showcase local artwork, and refine that each year with this annual event. There will also be folk artists who will perform from 10:30 – 4:00pm, along with the huge chalk street mural, which encourages participation.  Food will also be available for purchase in conjunction with Bloom Day which will have a Bloom Café.

Each year Art on the Ave & Bloom Day moves from one block to another within the Slatterly Park neighborhood, and promotes boulevard gardens and art in our downtown neighborhood.  The event features planting demonstrations, along with a plant sale at the Bloom Shop.  The highlight for the host of the event each year, is that they receive a five foot plus permanent metal sculpture that gets integrated into the boulevard garden.  This public art project is developing a series of sculptures throughout the neighborhood that enhances the curb appeal of this downtown neighborhood. 

This year’s demonstrations include:                        

1.  Cement Leaf Sculpture Demo

2.  Boulevard Garden Planting Demo

3.  Question & Answer with Master Gardner’s

4.  Boulevard Tree Planting Demo

Slatterly Park Community Garden

The Slatterly Park Community Garden is ready, and has 8×10 plots available for $30 each.  The Community garden is in partnership with the Rochester Area Foundations CROPS iniative to sustainable neighborhood gardens.  Find out more at www.rochestercrops.org where you will find applicaitons, and further information.  Thank you to all the volunteers who helped make the gardens possible!