Adair Park Picnic this weekend!

Hello Adair Park neighbors! We are so excited about our first Adair Park picnic this weekend. We are calling this “Saturday In The Park”. This is hopefully going to turn into a larger annual event, but we are starting very small. We hope all neighbors will join us in Adair Park I, which is located at the Lexington/Catherine/Mayland intersections. We will be at the pavilion in the park.

We are going to have a market open starting at 10am. Neighbors will be selling arts, crafts and some yard sale type items. If you would like to reserve a spot, please contact us at events@adairpark.com or by phone at 404-654-3989.

Starting at noon, the feast is on! Adair Park Today is providing the meats – pulled pork, pulled chicken, beef and veggie hot dogs. We just need you to bring a side or a dessert to share! One per household should suffice, but if you feel like bringing more, have at it!

We will also have games for kids and adults – kickball, a scavenger hunt, sidewalk chalk, etc. Come on out and bring some neighbors! For full information, please read our Saturday In The Park Flyer that was distributed to all neighbors this past weekend. Hope to see you there!

Adair Park Memorial Day Potluck this Sunday!

May’s Meet-N-Greet is being transformed into a holiday potluck! Bring your friends, neighbors, and a dish or two to share to 672 Catherine Street for an Adair Park feast. This event starts at 5pm and lasts until the last neighbor heads home! The hosts are providing fried chicken, a former resident is bringing pulled pork, and there are many fixins already promised from there. There are a few ways you can RSVP. You can visit the Facebook event here, call Jay at 404-790-2745 or email at communications@adairpark.com. Let us know what you are bringing and we will see you on Sunday!

If you want to host an upcoming meet-n-greet, please contact Jay at the email or phone listed above. We are always looking for new hosts! We have been on Tift, Catherine, Brookline, Elbert and at Adair Park II, and prefer to move these events around the neighborhood. They can be as simple as some neighbors gathered on a front porch enjoying a drink after work. They have become a great way to meet new neighbors and reconnect with those you have not seen in awhile!