Hope to see you all tonight for our monthly APNA meeting at Woodland Christian Church beginning at 7pm. We’ve got a pretty big agenda, as shown below. Also, check out the monthly newsletter here.
APNA Monthly Meeting
Woodland Christian Church
- Call to Order
- Financial Report
- Membership Report
- Events Report – Garden Tour update from June
- Woodland Garden workdays
- Maxwell St. Project
- Letter of Support for Columbia Heights Bus Stop
- Pavement concerns on Euclid
- Other (time permitting)
Tomorrow night is the monthly APNA meeting (held on the first Tuesday of the month) at Woodland Christian Church on Kentucky Ave. and High St. We hope you’ll join us at 7pm!
Also, we’ll be getting ready for the APNA Garden Tour!
APNA Garden Tour
Sunday, June 12th, 12-5 pm.
Residents of the neighborhood will be showcasing a variety of gardens that make the Aylesford Place Neighborhood unique! The tour begins at Michler’s Florist at 417 E. Maxwell and concludes at the Woodland Park Garden. Tickets are $5 – to be purchased at Michler’s.
Volunteers are needed!
Volunteers will receive complimentary admission for the tour!
To see this month’s newsletter, click here.
As always, our neighborhood will be conducting the monthly Aylesford Place Neighborhood Association meeting on the first Tuesday of the month. The meetings begin at 7pm and are held at the Woodland Christian Church at the intersection of Kentucky Ave. and High St.
Along with the agenda summarized in the newsletter, we hope to see you on Tuesday!
The Aylesford Place Neighborhood Association Meeting is tonight at Woodland Christian Church beginning at 7pm.
Agenda items include:
Vine Street sign
Solicitation of ideas for fall FUSION projects
Maxwell Street Project update and funding
Hope to see you there!
I don’t know about you, but I couldn’t be more excited about two new businesses that are opening in our backyard this week.
The Beer Trappe is dedicated to providing the best beer experience in Lexington. We have a beer bar with eight taps of rare craft beer, specialty glassware, beer signs, collectibles, and a large selection of hard-to-find bottled beers from all over the world.
The Beer Trappe is located at 811 Euclid Ave. Stop by tonight, and maybe I’ll see you — I plan to be there soon after 6pm.
Then, tomorrow at 7am, the highly anticipated 6 Friends Cafe will open. Featuring gelato, crepes, fresh sandwiches, and good beer, it will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and desert, and is located on Kentucky Ave facing Woodland Park. I plan to try it out tomorrow for lunch — I’ve been watching it being set up these past few weeks, and can’t wait.
Hope to see you all supporting these neighborhood establishments.