The next Adair Park Today meeting will be at 7pm on Tuesday, December 7th. The meeting will be in the Community Room at the Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center across Metropolitan Ave. from Adair Park. This month’s meeting will be very short, as we will quickly go through new business then move on to elections for new officers. Currently there is one person running per position:
Derrick Duckworth for President
Chenee Joseph for Vice-President
Melanie Higgins for Treasurer
Miquela Redwood for Recording Secretary
Jay Melton for Communications Chair
Sarah Liebold for Parliamentarian
If you are a paid member for 2010 you may vote. You can also pay dues for 2011.
Last, but certainly not least, we are having a milk and cookies social! Residents are encouraged to bring other neighbors to enjoy a cookie or two from Sugar Bonen, a local gourmet baker. Come join your neighbors at our last meeting and have some holiday fun!
Think you have what it takes to win a few ping pong games? The Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center, just across Metropolitan from Adair Park at 967 Dewey Street, is hosting weekly ping pong tournaments. The games are on Tuesdays from November 16th and run until December 7th, from 6-8pm. The cost is $5 to members of the Kroc Center, $10 to non-members. For more information, call 404-638-7138. Must be 13 years of age to compete, 18 and under must have a waiver signed by legal guardian. Come join the fun!
Adair Park resident Charlie Smith of Catherine Street has his show closing for “Inspire! Incite! Ignite!” tonight at the Eyedrum Gallery at 290 MLK Drive. Charlie has been a fixture in the Atlanta art scene for years and his work has been seen in many places including along the Beltline trail. Come see the Art of Such N Such, the Hot Toddies Flaming Cabaret and other artists as they close down this awesome exhibit.
Creative Loafing article about the exhibit
Art of Such N Such website
Facebook event page
Eyedrum Gallery’s website
It’s that time again! If you are in the need for some furniture, knick-knacks or other types of antiques, check out the auction held the 2nd Friday of every month at 556 Tift Street. This month’s auction is this Friday at 7pm. Food and drinks are provided, 13% buyer’s premium, APD officer on duty for parking and security, and lots of great items up for auction! Auction website is here.
The Beltline Team is putting on their next Committed to Communities Southwest Atlanta open house event on November 13th. If you missed the last one, many homes in Adair Park was featured and it resulted in a sale and new neighbor on Pearce Street! This event will begin at 9am at 1534 Beatie Avenue in Capitol View just up the road from Perkerson Park. There will be over a dozen homes open until 12pm, then everyone will convene in Perkerson Park near the intersection of Beatie Avenue and Decker Avenue for a neighborhood BBQ and picnic.
For more information about this event as well as a list of homes for sale in Adair Park, Capitol View, Capitol View Manor, Pittsburgh and Sylvan Hills, visit http://www.committedtocommunities.com. We hope to see you there supporting the various Southwest Atlanta communities and meeting our surrounding neighbors!
November’s Adair Park front porch meet-n-greet is scheduled for Tuesday, November 9th, and will last from 6pm-7:30pm. Hosting this month are Kennon and Nicole Taylor at 888 Tift Street. Last month we had about 40 neighbors and their children come to 672 Catherine Street to meet each other, chat and enjoy an after work drink.
This is a social affair to meet new neighbors or neighbors you have not met as well as chat about issues surrounding Adair Park. All neighbors are welcome, and please if you know any new neighbors, invite them! BYOB, contact Jay Melton at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Once you have voted, come to the Adair Park Today meeting at the Stewart Avenue Methodist Church! We get there around 6:30pm to chat with neighbors, and the meeting is from 7pm-8pm. Bring a neighbor! This month we will be nominating neighbors for the 2011 Executive Council roles, to be voted on at the December meeting. We will also hear from representatives from the Atlanta Police Department, the Community Prosecutor, City Council and other organizations. We will see you there!
There are two upcoming festivals for families at the Salvation Army’s Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center this week. The first is the “Light Up The Fall Festival” on October 27th from 6pm-8pm. This festival will feature movies, bounces castles, music, games, food and prizes! Come dressed as a character who has brought light into the world over the last 100 years.
The second is the Sacred Vibe put on by the Chosen Vessels Dance Ministry. A soul stirring evening live concert of power, passion and praise. This festival kicks off at 4pm with Children’s activities and a costume reception and features dancing, a costume contest, pumpkin decorating, games and more!
For more information about these or other events at the Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center, please visit www.kroccenteratlanta.org or www.facebook.com/KrocCenter.
Come on out and meet some of your Adair Park neighbors! This get together is scheduled from 6pm-7:30pm on Tuesday, October 19th. Last month we had about 30 people at Adair Park II. This is a social affair to meet new neighbors or neighbors you have not met as well as chat about issues surrounding Adair Park. All neighbors are welcome, and please if you know any new neighbors, invite them! BYOB, contact Jay Melton at email@example.com for more details and location information.
The improvements in Adair Park I are continuing full steam! The creation of the garden to assist with removing the rainwater is underway. In addition, we have quite a few trees that are to be planted around the park to provide even more shade and continue to make our parks a beautiful cornerstone of our neighborhood. This is a Hands On Atlanta event in conjunction with Atlanta Parks Department.
For this, we need volunteers. From 9am to 1pm on Saturday, October 16th, we need Adair Park residents and friends to help plant trees. Tools will be provided by the Atlanta Tool Bank, the areas will be prepped ahead of time and other volunteers are being sent to assist. Please show your support for your neighborhood parks by attending and helping us beautify our parks. Refreshments will be provided. If you have any questions, please contact Teague Buchanan at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 404-276-2336. Please bring your own gloves and sunscreen.