Yard Sale

Saturday, June 2:  Fulton Heights yard sale with 15+individual sales in one neighborhood (see address list below).
Shop for collectables, housewares, kitchen ware, costume jewelry, furniture, clothing, garden, kid’s stuff, fishing supplies, sporting goods and so much more! 8am-12pm this Saturday June 2nd.

Yard Sale participants:
1026 S. Fulton Street / 309 Elm Street, 416 Elm Street / 1117 Fries Street

204 Wiley Avenue, 304 Wiley Avenue, 309 Wiley Avenue, 532 Wiley Avenue
618 Wiley Avenue

410 Mitchell Avenue, 422 Mitchell Avenue

100 Maupin Avenue, 111 Maupin Avenue, 424 Maupin Avenue, 510 Maupin Avenue

Free Books for Pre-Schoolers

Tory Curran shares the following:

The Dolly Parton Imagination Library, through Smart Start Rowan, is a program which allows any preschooler (up to age 5) to receive FREE books once per month. The books arrive via the mail and are addressed to the child. The program NEEDS 2000 participants to continue to be funded and currently has around 1400. We need to spread the word about this great program.

To register:
1- go to Smart Start Rowan: www.rowan-smartstart.org
2- scroll down the page until you see Dolly Parton’s image and and a link.
3- click there and register away.

Please share this with anyone you know who may have access to small children. First steps in literacy are KEY to all of our success!
Thanks!

Tory

Yard Sale

Time to get ready for our annual Fulton Heights Yard Sale!

Saturday, June 2, beginning 8 AM

No cost to residents!  Just set out your good stuff!

Trolley Fare – Mosaic Sculpture

Fulton Heights was established in 1902 and put on the National Register of Historic Places in 1999. Some of the ads promoting its development read, “A place for Pleasure and Comfort”. The mosaic “coin” was sculpted by artist Jeanette Brossart from Greensboro and represents some of the neighborhood’s history.

Notice the trolley, the tracks, and the 5¢ token needed for a ride. The mirror stripes on the edge of the coin reflect our history. Look for the original plat map of the neighborhood and the Ferris wheel from the original amusement park. The roses depict the commercial rose houses on Elm Street. The custom stand has an abstract trolley architecture.

Our welcoming Mosaic sculpture was funded by neighborhood residents along with a grant from the Rowan Arts Council and assistance from city staff. It was installed in August 2016 in the 100 block of the Mitchell Avenue median.