Getting Involved!

We missed those neighbors who were not at our February meeting.  We discussed ways to be involved in our Pigeon Point neighborhood. We talked about how with everyone’s small contributions, big things will happen. A few of the upcoming Pigeon Point opportunities for getting involved are listed here.

Annual Spring CleanApril 28th
This event that has been happening in the neighborhood for a number of years. Our focus project this year will be the rehabilitation of the street end park at the north end of 22nd Ave SW.  We encourage you to check out this neighborhood gem, if you are not familiar with it!  This park project was spearheaded by neighbors Sharon & Jim Price, and completed with the help of many neighbors. After a few years it is time to spend some more quality neighborhood effort to tidy up and revitalize the space.  Lend a shovel or a trowel, spend an hour or the day, as we invest in our neighborhood park. This is a fantastic way to make new neighborhood friends and help our hill.

Pigeon Point Garden Tour – This event will be back later in the spring. There are a number of absolutely fabulous gardens in our little neck of Delridge and we intend to show them off. If you are proud of your garden and would like to participate by going on the tour or having your garden be part of the tour get ready. More information will be out shortly.

City Night OutAugust 7th!
Come enjoy a great potluck, social time with the neighbors and fun for the kids as we celebrate our neighborhood during City Night Out! This summer time tradition is a great way to meet neighbors from all over Pigeon Point. The intersection of 20th Ave SW & SW Dakota will again be blocked off for our festivities. If you or one of your neighbors is a musician and would like to provide entertainment during this event we would love to hear from you!

About these ads

One response to “Getting Involved!

  1. May 16th, from 6:00 – 7:30pm. Dinner and playground discussion @ Pathfinder’s cafeteria.

    Our neighborhood school, Pathfinder, is trying to get a neighborhood matching grant to improve the playground space. We want to make it fun for K-8 and inclusive. This could be a great exercise space for kids and young adults in our neighborhood.

    We will be asking for the input of kids during a playground drawing activity.

    - RSVP to tonimarie@gmail.com
    thanks,
    Toni Wells

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s