We had an excellent meeting last night in which plans for the upcoming restoration of Cavalaire Square were discussed, revival of the Sister City Program, the creation of a new classical music concert series thanks to a partnership with the Richey Suncoast Theatre, potential community activities in Cavalaire Square, and plans for the future Silent Film Festival. We also had reports from several committee members of local groups and organizations expressing interest in joining with us in our efforts to shake things up in NPR.
It was also a pleasure to have guests from our community join us as well, a nice combination of new residents and native NPRites, who also see the great potential we have here in the City and want to participate in making that happen.
“This City is what it is because our citizens are what they are,” is one of my favorite quotes from Plato. It was true then and it is true now. The Cultural Affairs Committee members have put their time, money, energy, hearts and souls into changing the face of New Port Richey….and we’re seeing more and more citizens joining with us who want to make a difference too. The energy & support we get from you helps us all to keep moving forward. Together we can make NPR a better place to live, work and play….for everyone.