Celebrate our Pioneer History!

Next week! Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council Meeting

Come celebrate our Pioneer History this month
with special guest speaker, local historian Scott Christensen! 

Scott Christensen has done many presentations about the history of the Marmalade District. Hear his presentation about our area, at our next meeting! 

Come find out about many interesting things about where we live.

Did you know, in 1874, the Gothic Revival was at the height of its popularity in Utah? Read more about one such home, below.

Next week!
Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council Meeting

July 17 @  6:30 PM
Marmalade Library (multipurpose room)

On the Agenda*:
Neighborhood History Presentation by Scott Christensen Updates from Police, City & Legislative Representatives’ Community Updates
* This agenda is in order of presentation. We’re trying to adjust our meeting’s agenda, based on the feedback you’ve given in our polls. Thank you!

This Month’s Featured House:

August & Mary Priscilla Carlson House
—378 Quince Street –
You might know this house as “that house that looks like the one in Coraline” and the one that has a front-row view to many daredevil shenanigans. But did you know this home was built by an up-and-coming financial mind for Z.C.M.I.? Read the story here.

Our Neighborhood!
There is a Marmalade walking tour.  Download the Capitol Hill Self-Guided Walking Tour PDF here.

Last month’s meeting. We met the candidates!
Can you name some of your neighbors above? See more pictures here.
We met the candidates last month. Were you there? 
We had a lively meeting, whether or not you were there in person or in spirit, please tell us what you think by filling out this brief survey, HERE. We want to know your thoughts and desires! 

Upcoming Events:
Warm Springs Community Potluck
THIS Sunday, July 14, 1:00 – 3:00 pm
Warm Springs Park- 840 N 300 W
A gathering to plot and plan, create and collab-o-rate. And we need you! Bring a dish to share and come as you are. We’ll bring croquet, sidewalk chalk, giant frisbee. It’s fun and friendly. Everyone’s welcome. Warm Springs Park- 840 N 300 W (north end of the grounds by the historic Wasatch Plunge building) If there’s rain, we’ll move into the basement of the Plunge building. Around 2 o’clock we’ll share updates about the project for a few minutes.
The July 21 potluck will be extra fancy with a walking tour!
The last potluck is July 28⋅
More info here.
  •  •  •   Jam Fest  2019!!!  •  •  •      
Save the date for Jam Fest 2019
                September 21               
Volunteer and be a vendor.
More info coming SOON!  

And there’s MORE… see our calendar!
Remember to visit our EVENTS & HAPPENINGS page
And let us know of YOUR events and happenings, too.

Local Issues and Updates:

See Salt Lake City updates,
here: https://www.slc.gov/

See Salt Lake City Fire Department updates,
here: https://www.slc.gov/

See Salt Lake City Police Department updates,
here: https://www.slc.gov/

We’ve got great events coming up! CHNC is a Non-profit.
Please consider making a charitable contribution.

Do that here via Paypal

Or with with Venmo @NLSUtah

Upcoming CNCH Meeting Dates:
Next Council Meeting:
July 17, 6:30 PM
Multipurpose Room, Marmalade Library
Next Month’s Board Meeting:
August 5, 6:30 PM
Jex Conference Room, Marmalade Library

Following Council Meeting:
August 21, 6:30 PM
Multipurpose Room, Marmalade Library

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