This is just a heads up about a slight change in the details around this year’s Tour de Lights bike ride, which passes through 4th & Gill. Please see information relayed by the fabulous Kelley Segars below:
“Due to the high attendance, KPD and event organizers agreed that we needed to move to a closed parade route instead of the leap-frog control of major intersections. We were getting spread out too far and people were getting left behind to deal with major intersections without KPD assistance. So please be aware that the route will be closed to all traffic from about 7 p.m. til about 8:15 p.m., depending on where along the route you are. KPD says they will allow cars to move through if there is a break in the parade (ride). ”
Check out our Fall newsletter here. Thanks to everyone who contributed to this issue! Don’t forget to take note about the upcoming Holiday Open House taking place on December 8th, beginning at 5pm!
Please join us for our bi-annual neighborhood cleanup day in 4th & Gill this Saturday, 26th beginning at 9am. We’ll be meeting at the corner of Caswell & Luttrell. See the neighborhood listserv for more information. Hope to see many of you there!
Bess Connally – Communications Chair
Attention, 4th & Gill’ers!
Please don’t forget about the public meetings the Metropolitan Planning Commission has scheduled in October in an effort to share information and receive feedback from residents regarding the updated Central City Sector Plan. This is a great opportunity to share your thoughts! Click here for more information.
Don’t forget to check out the 8th Annual Happy Hollerpalooza Street Fair this weekend!
When: Saturday, September 14th, 2013
Where: Happy Holler (A closed section of Central Street from Baxter Avenue to Scott Street)
Why: A showcase of “Happy Holler” and North Knoxville neighborhoods, businesses and community.
Bring the whole family to eat, laugh, listen to music and play in the “Holler!”
Contact Jessie at 705-0764.
Hey, there! We’ve got another awesome newsletter to share with you. Many thanks to those who contributed articles and photos. Click here to view our 2013 Summer Newsletter.
If you have not already, please go check out* the great work done by the folks
behind the 6th Avenue Mural Project. It looks awesome! You can find out more
about the project and see photos at the Facebook link below.
*located at the 6th Avenue & E. Glenwood Avenue underpass of I-40.