It is hard to believe the summer months are behind us. FALL arrives this month. Trees and shrubs burst into color. It is a great time of year for outdoor events. And it is a great time for all neighbors who gave to HVNA to upgrade the four entrance posts to feel pride each time you go by our posts. Because of you we made significant improvements. Thank you to everyone. Your board did the best it could with what it had. We hope to keep the landscaping around the posts beautiful each year. Together we can make Harrods View the best view in Lexington!
September 3, Saturday, Raven Run Volunteer Morning at 10 am at Raven Run.
September 5, Monday, LABOR DAY.
September 10 Saturday, Intro to Commuter Cycling at 10 am in the first floor conference room of the Phoenix Building at 101 E Vine Street. Learn about road rules, cycling maneuvers, and your rights as a cyclist. kBring your bikes, lights, and helmets. Cyclists of all ability levels welcome. Must be over 14. Class led by League of American Cyclists certified instructors. 502-501-1832.
Sept 9, 10, 11 Roots and Heritage Festival along Elm Street between 4th and Short. Live music, marketplace, parade, food and entertainment. Fri 7-11, Sat 11am to 11pm, Sun 10 am to 5 pm.
September 16, Friday, Gallery HOP at Pam Miller Downtown Arts Center 141 E Main Street. Dozens of galleries, museums, artists’ studios, and creative spaces throw open their doors. 5 to 8 pm.
Thursday, September 22, FIRST DAY OF FALL!
Sept 24, Saturday, Mulch Give Away at 1631 Old Frankfort Pike, Yard waste composted into mulch is available for free! One pickup truckload per person. There will be a smaller self-serve area for pickup of smaller amount. 8 am to noon or until mulch runs out.