CVNA Meeting - Wednesday, November 20th, 7PM
Grace United Methodist Church, 1900 Boston Blvd, Lansing
- 2020 CVNA Board Elections
- Board volunteers needed! Open nominations!
- Lansing Police Department
- South Side Community Coalition
CVNA ANNUAL PICNIC, Wednesday, August 21st, Lansing School District Welcome Center (fmr. Elmhurst School, 2400 Pattengill, corner of Pattengill and Gordon), 6:00PM to 8:00PM
Join us for the Annual Colonial Village Neighborhood Picnic this Wednesday!
- Hotdogs, Drinks, and Ice Cream provided -
- Kid-Friendly Activities including an Inflatable Obstacle Course, Balloon Animals, LFD "Touch-a-Truck", and Yard Games -
- Classic Car Show Including Themed Vehicles from TV and Movies-
- Meet Your
Colonial Village Neighborhood Association (CVNA) meeting will be held at the Grace United Methodist Church, corner Boston and Mt Hope Ave. Our guest speaker will be LaTonya Turner, Consumers Energy Saving Solutions Coordinator. She will share information pertaining to how we as homeowners can save energy costs and what Consumer's Energy can do to help. Meetings are open to the public. Please be aware there will be no official meetings in July or August. The next official meeting will be
Bring your family, a dish to pass, join your fellow neighbors and meet new ones at the annual picnic which will be held at the Lansing School District Welcome Center, the former Elmhurst School. CVNA will provide hot dogs and ice cream. A special thanks to our sponsors: Quality Dairy and Valuland,
Colonial Village Neighborhood Association is a volunteer organizations and meetings are open to everyone. There are no dues to be a member. Join us this evening (March 20 from 7 - 8:30pm) at Grace United Methodist Church corner Boston and Mt. Hope to learn more. Consider joining a committee:
Garden & Beautification - Help coordinate flower plantings and seasonal decorations in traffic circles and flowerbeds throughout our neighborhood. Consider adopting a traffic circle or flowerbed
Colonial Village Neighborhood Association meeting will be held at Grace United Methodist Church, corner of Boston and Mt. Hope. The speaker for this meeting will be the Capital Area Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). CERT is an organization who provides basic emergency response through training and safety education. Join us for refreshments and learn more about CVNA .
Designing Safe Neighborhoods Project, February 21-23, Elmhurst Welcome Center (2400 Pattengill Ave)
The Designing Safe Neighborhoods project will bring residents, stakeholders, experts, and decision-makers together over the course of three days (Feb. 21-23) to learn about and co-create crime prevention and placemaking strategies for Southwest Lansing. In partnership with the City of Lansing, the MSU School of Planning, Design and Construction (SPDC) and MSU Extension are hosting this multi-day
On Wednesday, February 20, 2019 (7:00pm - 8:30pm) Colonial Village Neighborhood Association will hold its first meeting of the year at Grace United Methodist Church, 1900 Boston, at corner of Mt. Hope Blvd. Speakers Andy Kilpatrick, Director of Public Service, City of Lansing, will speak on the upcoming CSO project along Mt. Hope Blvd. and Breina Pugh and Steve Serkaian of Lansing Board of Water and Light will be speaking on the tree trimming/removal in our neighborhood. Thank you for your
Looking for young authors. Write a story about something that makes you happy. There are 3 age groups; 7 to 8 years, 9 to 10 years and 11 to 13 years. Take some time and have fun writing the story. There will be three $15.00 prizes, one in each age group. If you have any question call Connie at (517) 316-6366. The prizes will be handed out at the December CVNA meeting on 12/5. Must submit the story by December 1st, 2018 at 5:00pm to Connie Doyle at 1607 Rundle Ave. Please have your name, address