Keep in the loop with East Ninth projects and get involved!
Tuesday October 1st
Learn to crochet or do other yarn craft, or help others to learn. All that plus dinner! Tuesdays through October, 6-8 pm at the Sunrise Project, 1501 Learnard.
Friday October 4th
Exhibit of Mona’s work exploring “identity, culture, and mixed heritage” at Travois of Kansas City, Missouri, 310 W 19th Terrace, 6-8 pm.
Sunday, October 6th
Public observation is welcome for the October 6th filming of The Wishing Bench Film by Marlo Angell. Film production will occur from approximately 9am to 5pm, at 9th and Delaware Streets. The street will not be closed, but a film crew will assist with street crossings & public safety.
Saturday October 5th
St Luke AME Church Artistic Experience
Artist John Sebelius and musician Martinez Hillard will collaborate to create a multimedia experience inspired by the work of Langston Hughes at the historic St. Luke AME Church. The event is free to attend but donations are encouraged. Proceeds will benefit the restoration of the church’s stained glass windows. To help with this fundraising campaign, please visit: https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-restore-st-luke-ame-stained-glass-windows?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet
Showtimes are at 6 and 9 pm, at St Luke AME Church, 900 New York Street.
Things To Watch For:
The East Ninth grant recipient Epicenter will commence collection of recipes for the Homemade cookbook and tasting festival in the very near future. Don’t wanna miss the call? Sign up to receive their newsletter at: https://www.epicenterks.com/homemade
Youth Corps Applications
Mandy and assistant Richard Renner are working on an application and outreach presentations right now! Look for details and that application coming soon to our website: https://www.rebuildingeastninth.com/openingsandrfps
For background information on the Project, and other materials, be sure to visit our website