Crescent Heights Neighborhood
The CHNA Outreach Committee will be meeting on Tuesday, September 8 at 7:30 at the Church of the Beatitudes. All are most welcome to attend and your participation is needed to enrich our neighborhood and Outreach Committee future projects. For more information contact email@example.com.
CHNA will be providing burgers, veggie burgers, and hot dogs. Bring a side dish to share, your own drinks, and your swimsuit!
The party starts at 2 pm.
September 22 – The Hundred Foot Journey by Richard C. Morai
October – Flight Behavior by Barbara Kingsolver
November – The Strangler Vine by M. J. Carter
December – Book Club social at The Melting Pot
January, 2016 – The Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
The book club is open to all in the Crescent Heights neighborhood and their friends, as well as those in surrounding neighborhoods. The group meets once a month, usually on the third Tuesday evening, from 7 to 9 PM. Members take turns hosting the book club in their homes, and the person who has selected the book that month creates discussion questions and facilitates. Light refreshments are usually served, and we always have great discussions and a good time.
We will look forward to seeing our old book club friends at the meeting on September 22 when we all return from our summer adventures, and we hope to welcome new members, too!
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The location this year will be the same central location as last year, 7th Street North between 25th and 26th Avenues.
All neighborhood residents are welcome to attend. You don’t have to be a member of CHNA to enjoy the festivities, however, there will be a membership booth so that old and new members can join for 2016. Last year we had over 200 people come out in a fantastic array of costumes and enjoy the perfect fall evening.
There will be hot dogs and snacks, beverages, games for kids, music, photo opportunities, and spooky cookie decorating. A city fire truck and police car are also scheduled to appear. All free courtesy of CHNA and neighborhood volunteers. Prizes will be awarded for the best costumes for 4 different age groups. This is your chance to try out your costume before hitting the streets and trick-or-treating the following week for Halloween. There is also a prize for the best dressed pet; so don’t overlook a costume for your furry loved ones.
Winners of the annual Halloween Home Decorating contest will also be announced and awarded prizes from local businesses.
Whether you are super scary, a super hero, or an enchanted princess, we want to see you there on October 24th!
For more information or to volunteer, contact: John Sullivan at email@example.com