September 17, 2019 HBHA Neighborhood Meeting
Save The Date: April 9th HBHA Community Meeting
Save the Date for the upcoming Historic Brewers Hill Association meeting at America’s Black Holocaust Museum. Hear updates from various local officials, meet neighbors, and explore this very special museum. Date: Tuesday, April 9th, 2019 Time: 6PM – Social Half Hour / 6:30PM Meeting Start Location: America’s Black Holocaust Museum, 401 W North Ave (building […]
ALERT: Community Meeting Rescheduled for Feb. 12
Due to the forecasted inclement weather, the Historic Brewers Hill Association meeting scheduled for Tuesday, January 29th has been cancelled. The meeting is rescheduled to Tuesday, February 12th. Same place (Fortress) and time (6pm). Please note – enter building off the Palmer Street parking lot.
Small Shops United – Fundraiser
Dear Neighbors, My name is Eric Tallmadge, resident of Brewers Hill and owner of Small Shops United. I’ve reached out to the neighborhood each of the last two years to help raise funds for our local neighborhood public school, Carver Academy. I run a business called Small Shops United, and each year I partner with […]
Brewers Hill Trick or Treat
Halloween will be here before we know it and the HBHA will once again have a neighborhood Trick or Treat. Brewers Hill Trick or Treating will be held Halloween night Wednesday 10/31 from 6-8pm with a pre party at 5:30pm. Please contact Elizabeth Sedita, firstname.lastname@example.org, to participate in the event.
Sept. 25th HBHA Regular Meeting
Join us on Tuesday, September 25th for the regularly scheduled Historic Brewers Hill Association meeting. We will be meeting at the Beerline B Community Room (Building 3), 1710 N Commerce St. 6PM-Social Half; 6:30PM – Meeting Start. We will be hearing from two guest speakers: MPD – District 5 Community Liaison Officers and Diana Wilkinson […]
Thanks to those who have posted recently about sightings of a coyote in Brewers Hill. They’ve been here for a while now in many parts of the city. Understanding what brings them around and whether our concerns about a range of issues are justified is a subject of ongoing study. Surprisingly, there has not been […]