Crescent Heights Neighborhood
The finalists for the 2014 Hallowe’en Home Decorating Contest are:
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And finally, thanks to everyone in Crescent Heights for decorating for the season! You’re looking good.
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Join your Erica and Bruce Allums at their home, 780 25th Avenue North, for the spookiest porch party of the year on Friday, October 24th at 7 PM.
Bring the beverage of your choice and something to nibble on.
On the way, be sure and enjoy the walk along pumpkin-lined 25th Ave North. Every year they set the standard for the neighborhood with their spectacular Hallowe’en decorations.
Join your neighbors for the 6th Annual CHNA Hallowe’en Block Party!
This year the block party will be held on 7th Street North, between 25th and 26th Avenue. An easy walk for all neighborhood residents and costumed super heroes, goblins, cowboys, princesses, zombies, and well, anything else you want to dress up and be!
The event is free to all residents, whether you are a member of the Crescent Heights Neighborhood Association or not. CHNA will be providing complimentary hot dogs, chips, and beverages. There will be free cookie decorating for the kids, a costume contest based on age range, as well as music, games, a fire truck and police car.
This is a great opportunity to join CHNA for 2015 as well. Dues stay at the same rate of $20 per household for the full year. Even better, there will be prize raffles for members signing up at the block party!
CHNA flags and T-shirts will be available for purchase as well.
We are looking forward to a huge neighborhood turnout and lots of costumed kids and adults. See you there!
The discussion will take place on Tuesday, October 28 at 7 PM at 486 24th Avenue, North.
Who doesn’t love a parade? And could it get better than a parade in your very own neighborhood on Thanksgiving Day!
Started last year by resident Nancy Way and her energetic neighbors, there were baton twirlers, flag bearers, decorated wagons, and even a local beauty queen, all accompanied by John Phillips Sousa march music. This year, Santa and Mrs Claus have even been invited!
The parade is planned to start at 10 AM, Thanksgiving morning, November 27th. Parade participants are welcome to snacks and beverages starting at 9 AM at the parade assembly area, 526 25th Ave North.
Participants: Everyone is welcome to participate in the parade! You can march, you can make a float out of a wagon or golf cart, you can drive a decorated car, you can ride in the hay wagon pickup truck, you can do just about anything. The possibilities are endless. Let your imagination be your guide. Contact Nancy at email@example.com if you and your family would like to participate. Note that children will need to be accompanied by at least one adult.
Spectators: If you will be home Thanksgiving morning, or even better, have guests or out of town visitors, and want to witness the spectacle then let Nancy know so that the parade route can include your street. A great parade needs great spectators. Send routing requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is your opportunity to get out of the house and work up that Thanksgiving day appetite and have a little neighborhood fun!
Back by popular demand, Ken and Elisabeth Caswell will be hosting the Post Thanksgiving Pot Luck again this year. Gather up the beverage of your choice along with your Thanksgiving leftovers, or make that favorite dish that wasn’t on your Thanksgiving menu and bring it to 525 22nd Ave North on Friday, November 28th at 4 PM.
Continue the holiday season celebration by joining your neighborhood friends for a good time!