|Bleecker Area Merchants' and Residents' Association (BAMRA) welcomes you to the heart of Greenwich Village
BAMRA was formed in 1992 to serve the residents and merchants from Houston Street to West Third Street and from Mercer Street to Avenue of the Americas. An all-volunteer not-for-profit organization, we provide a wide range of services and support for our neighbors and businesses.
|Get Ready To Ride: BAMRA is hosting Learn-to-Ride for Kids with Bike New York on May 14th from noon to 2pm in Mercer Playground. Register your child for free at this link.
The next BAMRA General Meeting is on
Wednesday, June 1st at 6:30pm
at Judson Memorial Church, Assembly Hall, 239 Thompson St.
Agenda for June Meeting to come.
BAMRA's May meeting covered:
- 6th Precinct Police Update
NY State Health Bill: Single Payer - Dr. Marc Lavietes
Comments on Shred Day 2
Upcoming BAMRA "Learn to Ride a Bike" for Kids in Mercer Playground, May 14th from noon to 2
Review of Liquor License Application
- New Business
|BAMRA Events over the past year:
May 30, 2015 - BAMRA again hosted Bike New York's program:"Learn to Ride - Kids" for children who are getting ready to ride a two-wheeled bicycle! 28 children attended the event in Mercer Playground, and more than half rode out as cyclists! Coverage in The Villager at: http://thevillager.com/2015/06/04/bicycle-bicycle-i-want-to-ride-my-bicycle/
April 25th, 2015 - a Community Shred event on Bleecker Street that helped people safely get rid of sensitive documents while protecting themselves against Identity Theft.
Other BAMRA activities for the community have included
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Among BAMRA's many activities, we:
- Plant greenery to keep the area beautiful.
- Provide holiday decorations, making the area brighter and more cheerful throughout the season.
- Get involved in local land use issues and provide guidance to the Community Board and local elected officials on local quality-of-life matters in our area.
- Organize and run programs for local families and children.
- Remove graffiti on street furniture and paint the lampposts, mailboxes and street signs in the neighborhood.
- Participate in local street fairs which raise funds for community needs.
- Increase awareness of illegal drug use, underage drinking and public safety issues.
- And much more!
Please let us know if you would like to be on our e-mail list so we can notify you of upcoming meetings and events. Contact us at email@example.com for more information about our activities or to request a membership application.