Neighbors Night Out featuring our good neighbor Barry Gennings and his band “737” performing Live!
Sponsored by your Harvest Hills South Neighborhood Association.
Bring your lawn chairs, sit back, relax and listen to
music while enjoying time with your neighbors.
Starting at 5:45PM – Hayride will beginning to help transport you to the event area.
79th Street will be blocked off starting at 5:00PM. You can park on a joining streets on a first come basis.
Hot Dogs will be served and there will be games for the all to play.
We will even have a fire pit to cook S’mores!
Kids will have a great time bouncing in the Wacky 5 in 1 obstacle bounce house with a slide!
We will be taking pictures at our Photo Booth!
Don’t forget to bring your cameras and take some great selfies as well!
We do ask if you bring your pets please make sure they are on a lease and clean up after them.
The festivities run from 6:00pm – 8:00pm.
79th Street will be blocked off for a “Block Party”. Being all in one place is a great way to meet & get to know your neighbors!
Hay rides will start at 5:45PM to provide transportation to 79th street…
We will have Barry Gennings of “737” band performing, so bring your lawn chair and come relax and listen to the music!
A photo booth will be set up – come have fun & create your favorite pic! Selfies welcomed, bring your phone & have fun!
We have yard games, so come challenge your neighbors!
A bounce house is coming with a slide!
We will be cooking hot dogs and making snow cones!
There will even be a fire pit for S’mores!
We can’t wait to see all of you!
Additional Events that didn’t fit on the calendar:
OKC Free Landfill Day 7am-3pm
Blacklight Run 5K
Piedmont’s Founders Day
First Responders Appreciation Day @ Penn Square Mall 12pm-4pm
OKC Toy Show
Walk a Mile in Our Boots (Veterans Suicide Prevention Awareness Month)
Sept: 28-30 — Oklahoma Regatta Festival
Tinkerfest @ Science Museum Oklahoma
Red Cross Blood Drive @ OKC Zoo
Can you help?
Do you know your neighbors? HHSNA is looking for volunteers to be Block Captains for the following streets. Captains are responsible for bringing the neighbors together & keep them informed by passing out newsletters &/or flyers to the neighborhood. Contact Block Captain Chairperson Lisa Ann Berger at firstname.lastname@example.org or message here.
Block Captains are needed on the following blocks:
8000 block of Tammy Circle
8300 block of McKee Boulevard
7900 block of Harvest Moon Road
8200 block of Canna Lane
8100 block of Azalea
8400 block of 82nd Street
8200 block of 80th Street
8000 block of 80th Street
8200 block of 78th Terrace
Newsletters have been printed & are pending delivery!
Our first general meeting will be next Thursday August 30 at Northridge Elementary.
We’ll be having a guest speaker from Home Depot talking to us about ways to get our homes fall/winter ready!
For this meeting we would like to give back to the school for always allowing us to use their facilities to hold our meetings. We’ll be collecting teacher supplies – things like copy paper, markers, Kleenex, wet wipes, etc… anything you can bring & donate for the teachers would be so appreciated!
Also, be on the lookout for newsletter delivery!
OCPD Community Meeting: Let’s Talk Mental Health with Mental Health Advocate Cathy Costello & CIT Officer MSgt. Lori Osborne.
Oklahoma City Police Department will present vital information on their Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) program and protocols to help de-escalate individuals who are in a state of crisis and the need for treatment. Cathy Costello, mental health advocate, will share her testimony of transforming tragedy into hope.
This event will be at the Francis Tuttle Tech Center – Rockwell Campus on Thursday August 23rd from 6-9pm.
Click on the link to register:
We picked up the sign toppers today. They are 31″ x 9″ and printed on both sides.
In case you are not familiar with Sign Toppers, they are hung above the street signs to provide a neighborhood designation. You may have seen them in other neighborhoods like Nichols Hills or Military Park.
They will be delivered to the City Traffic Management Department tomorrow and then The City will contact us when they are ready to install. First they will come through the neighborhood and provide a fire grid. In doing the fire grid, the City looks at every existing street sign and if it is damaged or faded in anyway, they will replace the signs while they install our sign topper. This will provide a new look to Harvest Hills South. We realize there are several street signs, that you can not even read the names. All of those will be replaced!
This is just one of our “Dream Big” projects we want to complete for the neighborhood. If you are not already a member, please consider joining us today. We need your support, the membership dues are only $30.00 annually.
You can pay via PayPal on this website or you can send a check to the PO box listed below. Here are a few reminders of what the neighborhood association has been doing and what things your dues allow us to take care.
Thank you for your interest in Harvest Hills South Neighborhood Association.
We are getting closer but we need your help! Please click on the link and pay your dues by Paypal or send your check to the PO Box listed below.
We can’t Dream Big with you!