Convergence, the annual entirely free JHU – community block party that celebrates the relationship between JHU and its Homewood campus neighbors takes place on Saturday, September 11th, 2-5 p.m. on the 3200 block of St. Paul Street. Convergence offers JHU affiliates and other members of the neighborhoods surrounding Homewood an opportunity to enjoy each other’s company, learn about local opportunities from the many exhibitors, and partake in prize drawings valued at over $1,000, festival foods and refreshments, carnival games with prizes, a moon bounce, entertainment, and more, and all at no charge. Convergence is for those living, working, and serving the communities surrounding the Homewood campus. For additional information, visit us on FaceBook at Hopkins Convergence, send an email toÂ firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 443-287-9900. Convergence is sponsored by the JHU offices of Homewood Student Affairs and Community Affairs and the Charles Village Business Association, with leadership from Barnes & Noble Johns Hopkins.
Sisson Street Community Lot
GRIA holds an Adopt-A-Lot license with the City of Baltimore Housing Department to use the lot at 2701 Sisson Street for community open space. After a public outreach period where GRIA collected input via surveys from over 60 neighbors, we moved forward with designs for the lot that accommodates a children’s play area, open grass, […]More about Sisson Street Community Lot