SINA is a partnership between Connecticut's Children's Medical Center, Hartford Hospital, and Trinity College.

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Housing

Housing

Throughout the Southside SINA’s housing developments have transformed the physical character of neighborhoods, created rental and home ownership opportunities, and built the stability needed to attract private developers, new homeowners, and renters.

Public Safety

Public Safety

Understanding the importance of security for sustainable neighborhood renewal, SINA makes public safety an ongoing priority. For this reason, SINA works closely with residents, member institutions’ security forces, and the Hartford Police Department (HPD) to address public safety and quality of life issues.

Economic Development

Economic Development

SINA helps build and support Southside businesses by working closely with economic stakeholders in the area – working with business associations to refresh commercial corridors and undertake streetscape and façade improvements.

REACH

REACH

SINA ‘s REACH (Recognition Education Achievement and Community Health) committee is focused on supporting youth development and encouraging neighborhood advocacy and leadership that will guide the community towards upcoming achievements.

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El Conjunto Gujiba y Sharina Concert

  • On August 14, 2019 ·
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El Conjunto Gujiba y Sharina Concert

Stop by Connecticut Historial Society on August 15th for a FREE outdoor concert featuring El Conjunto Guajiba y Sharina “La reinita que canta.” They will present jíbaro music, rural folk music from the countryside and mountains of Puerto Rico. Director Roberto Piñeiro is a musical powerhouse with years of playing in different traditional music ensembles around New England and Puerto Rico. Sharina De Leon, “the songbird,” is a fourth-generation trovadora who improvises lyrical rhymes in the songs. Come hear the music that some feel embodies the feeling and flavor of Boricua pride.... Read More

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Salsa Saturdays

  • On August 9, 2019 ·
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Get your Salsa on at Red Rock Tavern and dance the night away. If you don’t know how to salsa, the night begins with a free salsa lesson (9 – 9:30) from McCoy Jamison Dance. Drink specials all night, $10 cover, free parking across the street. ... Read More

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