September Scramble at Nunyuns

Join the Old North End Arts & Business Network tomorrow, September 18 at 8:00 am at Nunyuns Baker & Cafe for our monthly “Scramble”.

Our speaker this month is Jane Frank, who has transformed her backyard garage on the Old North End into a fantastic jewelry workshop. Jane offers classes to community members as well as bench space for aspiring jewelry makers. Learn more about her here:

As usual, we meet on the third Thursday of every month at 8am at Nunyuns. Let them know that you’re with ONEABN and we’ll buy your coffee.
See you around the neighborhood!

The ONE Arts Collective is Here!

We’re excited to announce that the ONE Arts Collective is opening their ONE Arts Center, and we encourage everyone to go check it out!

Sunday, Sept 21st from noon until 5. Open house at the new ONE Arts Center at 72 North Champlain St (corner of Peru and N. Champ.) Parking available at the Sustainability Academy.

Our open house will include an art auction to buy much needed supplies, an exhibition of our artists, children’s activities, short performance works, and a chance to meet our instructors and sign up for October’s classes. Have a mimosa and check out the new space!

The ONE Arts Center provides a creative resource space for the community and encourages an atmosphere of exploration and inquiry for all ages. This is an art space for people to get to know and support each other, to share ideas and resources, and to practice radical, joyful creativity.

The Art Center currently offers daytime and evening high quality arts programming for both children and adults. We curate a monthly art show at the Center, offer monthly critique times for artists, and sell the work of local artists from our storefront. The Center strives to cultivate a welcoming, inclusive community that appreciates art and supports its artists.

Please check out over the next couple weeks as more classes and workshops are added for fall!

July “Scramble” morning networking event

Join us on Thursday, July 17th, 8am-9am at Nunyuns Cafe at the corner of North and North Champlain Streets for a “Ramble Scramble”! Come hear about how you can get involved in the yearly celebration of all that is wonderful about the Old North End. As usual, coffee’s on us (not literally please!). Bring your great ideas and O.N.E. spirit!

Abe’s Corner Grand Opening!

Abe's Corner exterior


Please join us for the grand opening of Abe’s Corner at 200 North Street, Burlington.  Erik Hoekstra of Redstone and Stu McGowan of Shoeless Konstruction are completing construction of this new building that features 7 apartments and ground floor neighborhood-scale commercial space in the Old North End.  The site is located at the busy intersection of North Street, Elmwood Avenue and Intervale Avenue across from T. Ruggs.  This new building has filled in a vacant parking lot on a corner long-identified by the City as a critical development site in the advancement of the North Street revitalization efforts.

What:     Abe’s Corner Grand Opening

Where:   200 North Street, Burlington

When:    Thursday July 17, 2:30pm

We will also be celebrating the launch of the Abe’s Corner Accelerator opening soon on the ground floor of the building.  Founded by Old North End resident Sean Hurley, the Abe’s Corner Accelerator invests in, co-locates and supports start-ups that have the ability to scale through the adoption of best practices in digital marketing and advertising. We look for teams that are coachable, local and committed.

The Abe’s Corner Accelerator is the first funding vehicle in Vermont’s venture ecosystem dedicated exclusively to wealth-creation in the digital space. We operate out of Abe’s Corner in Burlington’s Old North End, one of the most diverse and dynamic neighborhoods in New England.
Start-ups can apply today for funding in the 2014 Winter Class at

June “Scramble” morning networking event

Join us on Thursday, June 19 for our monthly morning “Scramble”. Our guest speaker will be Katelin Brewer-Colie, the Complete Streets Project Manager at Local Motion. She’ll be speaking about the new “Open Streets” initiative, with the kickoff event taking place in the Old North End on September 21st.
Open streets is based on the South American “Ciclovia” where a city closes some of its streets to cars for a few hours and opens them to bikes, skaters, scooters, runners and other forms of active transportation. Here is a video about the open streets movementwhich now exists in over 100 US and Canadian cities.

We encourage you to bring your ideas about this exciting new project and hear about it’s potential positive effect for O.N.E. Businesses, Non-profits and artists.
See you around the neighborhood!