Crescent Hill Neighborhood News!
Saturday, April 22, 2017, 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Join us for a walking tour of the Clifton neighborhood, starting at the historic 1883 building on the grounds of the American Printing House for the Blind. On the two-hour walking tour, we’ll find evidence of the evolution of the area from a sparsely populated rural community in 1830 to a densely settled urban Louisville neighborhood. The event is free, but registrations are required. Call 502-899-2213 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register. Best for older children and adults.
Tuesday, March 28 Money For The Bunny @ The Hub 7-9pm
Karaoke Fundraiser for the Easter Parade (security and barricades)
Saturday, April 15 Egg Hiding 8:45am PD House
April 15 Egg Hunt 10am PD House
Easter Parade Frankfort Avenue
The latest edition of the CHCC Newsletter should arrive in homes shortly. It can also be download. Please see the link in the Sidebar under the Stay Connected! section.
The 21st Annual Santa Sprint & Stroll is right around the corner! This merry 5k Run/Walk is presented by the Frankfort Avenue Business Association, to benefit the work of United Crescent Hill Ministries. You may run or just stroll along The Avenue!
Saturday, December 3
9:00 am at Barret Traditional Middle School, 2561 Grinstead Drive
The work of UCHM is vital to this community, which is why we’re asking for your family to join us for this festive event. For more information, please visit the UCHM event page here. Your support matters to the health of our entire community! We are all stronger when we work together!
CHCC Holiday Happy Hour & Games
Saturday, December 3rd, 4:00-6:00 pm
The Hub, 2235 Frankfort Ave.
All ages welcome, kid friendly!
Thursday, December 8th come visit with your friends and neighbors at the Crescent Hill Community Council sponsored annual Holiday Open House, PD House, 301 S. Peterson Avenue between 6:00 and 8:30 p.m.
Santa will be stopping by to see all the good little boys and girls of all ages – selfies welcome!
The Louisville Mandolin Orchestra will be entertaining us with beautiful holiday music.
We will offer refreshments and desserts for everyone to enjoy.
Home-made desserts are always welcome if you would like to bring your famous cookies or goodies to share!
The Center For Neighborhoods is happy to announce the Neighborhood Institute Spring 2017!
Classes will meet at: Center For Neighborhoods HQ, 507 South Third Street
January 26th - April 19th, 2017 Thursdays 6:00 - 8:30 PM
Training and dinner provided at no charge! Many of your neighbors have attended and it's fun to collaborate with and learn from other neighborhood groups!Please click HERE to for more information or to apply for the 2017 class.
Nothing spooky about how Louisville Water makes drinking water!
Join us for Trick or Treatment at the award-winning Crescent Hill Treatment Plant and the Gatehouse at the Crescent Hill Reservoir.
Bring the entire family – costumes encouraged!
Parking available along Reservoir Avenue
China Berry Vine Removal at Barret Traditional Middle School
Saturday, October 22nd, 9:00 – 11:00 am
Please join the Crescent Hill Community Council and the Crescent Hill Garden Club as we work to eradicate the invasive China Berry vines at Barret Traditional Middle School. The ongoing efforts have produced great results in clearing of overgrowth and freeing of the trees! This event will also involve volunteer children and parents from the school. We hope for a large turnout for one final push before winter. Our goal is to free two additional trees of the vines and to maintain areas previously cleared. The work is hard but a great workout and is extremely rewarding.
We will meet on Galt Avenue at the steps to the Peterson-Dumesnil House. Bring your gloves, pruners, weed eaters, etc. We would encourage long pants and long sleeves for basic protection and to guard against Poison Ivy and Oak. The chain saws will be running @ 8:30 to get ahead and all helpers are welcome even if you can only give an hour. If you have any questions, please call Judy Gogan at 889-1899.
This is a work at your own risk as the school is not liable for any injuries, so work safely!