In lieu of Three Rivers’ annual Solidarity in Diversity event, which will not take place this year, *culture is not optional and the Huss Project (1008 8th St.) will host a screening of two episodes of “Eyes on the Prize: America’s Civil Rights Movement” beginning at 4 p.m. Monday
*culture is not optional (*cino) recently announced the Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library (DPIL) launch in Three Rivers. Each month, the Imagination Library provides an age-appropriate book for every registered child ages 0 to 5 in the City of Three Rivers, absolutely free to the family.
The Huss Project Farmers Market debuted last Saturday and will return this weekend, only this time with art vendors and live music in addition to their usual market fare.
It’s often said it takes a village to raise a child but the same can be said about an independent, nonprofit news organization. Over the next two weeks we’ll introduce or in some cases re-introduce the people who make Watershed Voice what it is today.
The Three Rivers Public Library (TRPL) and the George Washington Carver Community Center (GWCCC) recently co-hosted a discussion about diversity as a part of a series of conversations through a grant funded by the American Library Association.
A downtown Three Rivers storefront has added shelves of dry goods, pantry essentials, and refrigerated and frozen foods to its selection. World Fare, a volunteer-run nonprofit store that has made its home on Main Street for 17 years, mainly carried fair trade home goods, décor, jewelry, and gifts until recently.
COVID-19 certainly wasn’t going to stop the Three Rivers Area Faith Community from celebrating the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr., but the annual event will look dramatically different this year.
“This past weekend marked a particularly significant moment for the East Alley Project, and that is the installation of the archway and sign. It now displays its name, and as much as we have used the name previously, it’s now for all to see. No single step of this project has done more in the way of placemaking than installing the sign. It really feels different now that it is in place.”
The Huss Project is getting a new greenhouse at its property at Eighth and Broadway Streets in Three Rivers. The greenhouse will help the organization to start seedlings earlier in the spring and grow crops later in the fall for its farmers market and community food distribution programs.
Watershed Voice spoke with ten *culture is not optional staff to learn more about the work they are doing at The Huss Project, their backgrounds, and how their time in Three Rivers has been going.
Much work at The Huss Project has been occurring under the hands and guidance of two new onsite caretakers, the husband-and-wife pair of Margaret Wenger and Dan Truesdale.
Crew members from the City of Three Rivers’ Department of Public Services worked to clear several large tree branches that fell on 8th Street Friday afternoon.
Three Rivers Open Mic Night celebrated its two-year anniversary Thursday night at the Huss Project’s Front Porch Pavilion in Three Rivers.
The monthly Open Mic Night at Lowry’s Books & More in downtown Three Rivers will celebrate its two-year anniversary next week, albeit with a slight change in location.
The Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority and Main Street Program (TRDDA) voted Friday to approve an $8,000 loan to World Fare, a nonprofit fair trade store in downtown Three Rivers.
Out of an abundance of caution and uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 The Huss Project announced Wednesday Huss Future Fest 2020, originally scheduled for July 25, has been cancelled.