On Saturday, August 23rd, come see live performances, taste Trinity Brewhouse beer and wine garden, and enjoy other activities for kids at Lippitt Memorial Park. The event is free and will be hosted by the Summit Neighborhood Association.
The music festival will feature performances by:
Aside from a packed schedule of music on the main stage, the Summit Music Festival will also feature a beer & wine garden by Trinity Brewhouse, food trucks galore, craft vendors from all over, lots of kid’s activities, and more.
About the Summit Neighborhood Association:The Summit Neighborhood Association is a non-profit, grassroots organization devoted to improving the quality of life of residents of Summit Neighborhood.
SNA works with the neighborhood to:
- Enhance quality of life
- Advocate for the neighborhood’s benefit
- Develop and advance a vision for the neighborhood
- Create inviting ways to engage in civic life
There are a million reasons to love the Summit neighborhood. It’s an incredibly walkable neighborhood, with gorgeous green spaces and varied architecture. Our neighbors take full advantage of the many opportunities to enjoy life and spend time together, whether they find themselves shopping on Hope Street or walking through the farmer’s market at Lippitt Park.
Hope Street developed as a neighborhood commercial center relying on local residents for much of its business. The branch library, the firehouse and the Hope Street Theater (now replaced by CVS Drugstore) anchored the ends of the four-block commercial area. Today, this shopping district thrives as it attracts shoppers both from the neighborhood, as well as visitors from across Rhode Island. It is a lovely place to dine at a sidewalk table or to find unique gifts.