Updated May 1st at 8am.

While we can’t get together like we used to, Dutchtown-area organizations are still seeking to bring neighbors together and keep us engaged during the health crisis. Here’s a few opportunities for you to see your neighbors’ faces and be involved with your community.

Cherokee Street Cinco de Mayo At Home!

Cherokee Street Cinco de Mayo at Home

The annual Cherokee Street Cinco de Mayo festival can’t go on quite as planned, but the organizers would still like you to bring the party home! Proceeds from the event will help raise funds for Show Up for Cherokee Street, a fund to provide short term relief to Cherokee Street workers and businesses.

Visit the Facebook event discussion to find out ways that you can bring Cinco de Mayo home.

Join the Virtual People's Joy Parade.

The People’s Joy Parade

While the annual Cherokee Street Cinco de Mayo festival may not be going on as planned, the accompanying People’s Joy Parade will still bring the show to you!

The People’s Joy Parade coordinators will create a video from clips submitted by participants and live stream it on Saturday, May 2nd.

Virtual Workshops with Perennial.

Virtual Workshops with Perennial

Perennial is offering virtual community workshops and classes online. Join the Community Workshop on May 3rd to ask questions about your ongoing projects, take part in a number of classes, or join the Craft Club Happy Hour on Wednesday, May 13th.

Stay tuned to Perennial’s website and Facebook page for more virtual event announcements.

We’ll be updating this page as we become aware of more virtual events for our Dutchtown neighbors. If you know of an event that should be on our list, please contact us.