IMPORTANT SPNA Board Meeting at:
Central United Methodist Church
201 University Blvd NE, Rm. 307
Wednesday, October 9, 6:30 - 8:30 PM
Halloween Parade in Spruce Park
Activities begin at 5:30, Parade at 6:00 PM
Thursday, October 31
2019 Annual Meeting featuring
Mayor Tim Keller
At this meeting, the city Planning Department will make a presentation on the Integrated Development Ordinances, which have replaced the old zoning code. We all need a clearer understanding of how these ordinances work to support the character of our neighborhood, and the problems they might present as new development encroaches at our borders. It is very important that we have a large showing for this meeting to make it clear to our elected officials that neighborhoods like ours need special protections and considerations to remain viable. Following the Planning Department's presentation there will be a Q and A period. Please forward your pertinent questions to Nancy Kilpatrick or your street rep ASAP. We want the presenters to prepare themselves speak to our issues that evening.
Egg Hunt 2019
SPRUCE PARK NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION
Round Robins ... or building community in the neighborhood
In what has turned out to be a very successful and pleasant way to foster a sense of community, Spruce Park neighbors have been gathering for conversation and food at “Round Robin” tapas parties.
In groups of 8 to 10, at rotating host houses, we spend a couple of hours getting to know each other, over savories, desserts and drinks. Here is how Round Robins work:
Interested? For more info call Nancy at 243-4556, or email to nmnancy7(at)gmail.com.