June 5, 2023

Hi subscriber,

Social Media Challenges We've heard that some of our neighbors aren't seeing our posts on Nextdoor, Facebook, and/or Instagram. Would you take a moment to forward this email newsletter to your neighbors and suggest they subscribe? As you and 68 other subscribers know, this newsletter is free, ad-free, and the most reliable way to keep up with Hiddenbrooke neighborhood goings-on.

Next Meet-ups are June 8 and 15. Several local business owners are embracing the opportunity to connect with Hiddenbrooke neighbors. Mark your calendar for these upcoming Meet-ups:
  • Thursday, June 8 from 1:30 - 3:30 pm - Le Paris Artisan Gourmet Café for a late lunch iindoors with conversation with chef and owner Jay Magsano. Details at www.neighborexchange.org/leparis
  • Thursday, June 15 from 1:30 - 3:30 pm - Vtown Provisions for a late lunch indoors or on the patio and conversation with chef and owner Nicole Hodge. Details at www.neighborexchange.org/provisions/
If you can't make any of these Meet-ups, please consider inviting a carful of your neighbors to join you at these businesses on another day.

Vallejo's Participatory Budget is the Newest Article. You may access it directly at https://neighborexchange.org/budget/. Usually, you will find our 4 newest articles featured on the home page at www.neighborexchange.org/.

Article Updates. Consider revisiting these past articles that we've updated with new information rather than create a new article.
You can see a list of all the articles we've published at https://neighborexchange.org/articles/

Your Artwork in The de Young Museum? Whether you’re self-taught or professionally trained, did you know you could share your artwork with The de Young Museum for possible inclusion in The de Young Open this fall? They are accepting entries from anyone 18 and over from the nine Bay Area counties on a first-come, first-served basis until June 18 or they reach 12,000 submissions. Details at https://deyoungopen2023.artcall.org/

Page View Scoreboard. We've reached over 5,200 page views from over 2,000 unique visitors to our Hiddenbrooke Neighbor Exchange website since our first article in early January.

Our goal is to help Hiddenbrooke community residents discover common interests and connect with local businesses. We spotlight articles in Nextdoor, Facebook, and Instagram that link to our website at
www.neighborexchange.org. Do you know a local business we should showcase? Email your article topic suggestions and Meet-up location recommendations to us.
Thanks for embracing our Hiddenbrooke Neighbor Exchange initiative!

Ed Thomas and Tiger Adolf
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