The Spring Yard Awards will be judged the weekend of April 27th-28th. To get your yards looking great check out these tips submitted by a few neighborhood master gardeners
We’re excited to bring back the HF home tour this year! The tour will take place on April 28th from 1 to 4 p.m.
UPDATE: Tickets are no longer available online.
Tickets are available only to HFNA members and are $5 per person in cash at 2724 Pencoyd Lane today, April 28, from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. (Ticket holders will receive a wristband allowing them access to all homes and gardens on the tour.)
Visit some of the loveliest homes and gardens in our neighborhood—get inspired by stunning remodels or pick up some ideas to refresh your landscape.
Money raised from this event will buy plants for our five entrances.
Interested in showcasing your home or garden? Email Kim Standing at Kimberlylhogan@gmail.com. We’d love to have a variety of floor plans and models on the tour. Also, if your yard is in great shape or has an interesting feature, please consider allowing residents to peruse your yard only.
Help us raise funds while getting your yard ready for Spring! Our pine needle sale is going on now until March 14th with delivery to your home on March 21st. Bales are $5 each and you can even have the bales spread for an additional charge of $2 per bale. Click here to download and print the order form.
Our Annual Meeting will occur on Monday, February 4th, at 6:00 pm at Huntingtowne Farms Elementary School in the Media Center. The Media Center is located in a separate building to the left of the main school building.
In addition to the regular annual updates regarding budgets and events, members will vote on several important items at this year’s meeting. We will be incorporating our organization, which will require a vote. We will also vote on our Bylaws, which will guide our newly incorporated organization. These Bylaws have been updated from our existing Bylaws and have been approved by the Board. Click here to read the bylaws.
Open House: The next open house for prospective parents will be on January 29 from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.
Dual Language Program: The application period for incoming HFES kindergarteners (for the 2019–20 school year) who would like to be a part of the Spanish dual language program will close on January 31. Please visit the HFES website for the application.
Donations needed: The HF PTA is planning a movie night and a STEAM Fest (see below) and needs raffle items. Do you have connections with a business that would consider donating an item or gift card? Do you have a restaurant/movie/activity gift card that you won’t use? Perhaps your kiddos received toys, games, or books that were too young/old for them or that they weren’t interested in? Please donate them to the HF PTA and help raise funds for our neighborhood school! Email Sarah Hayden for more information.
Upcoming PTA Events
- Movie Night on Friday, January 25: We’re showing Little Foot. All are welcome! Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the movie will start at 6 p.m. The event is free; raffle tickets, pizza, and concessions will be sold to support the PTA. If you or someone you know would like to volunteer, click here.
- Teacher Chili Appreciation on Thursday, January 31: The PTA is sponsoring a chili lunch for our teachers. If you’d like to cook chili or bring toppings, click here.
- HF International STEAM Fest: May 4 from 10:00 a.m. to 3 p.m.: Join us to create, explore, and have fun with STEAM (Science, Art, Engineering, Art, and Math) interactive activities, exhibits, and performances at HFES! Open to students and children from the community. There will be more than 10 community organizations, museums, and businesses offering LOTS of activities throughout the school. There will be a small entry fee for children. There will be an art auction, and international food, snacks, and raffle tickets will be on sale.
Pay with PayPal using the button below or mail your dues check to P.O. Box 242502 Charlotte, NC 28224.
Your $55 annual dues help maintain our stable property values and high quality of life. They pay for entrance maintenance (landscaping, signs, and monthly electric and water bills), neighborhood events, the HFNA website, email software, and other miscellaneous items that help sustain our vibrant community of friends and neighbors!
The Lilly Mill Storm Drainage Project, which started in August, will continue into the new year. Construction equipment and materials are expected to arrive at the job site this week. Materials such as pipe, backfill material, and box culvert sections will be stored in the right-of-way and in easements.
In the coming weeks, Lilly Mill Road between Whiffletree and Ramblewood will be closed. This section of Lilly Mill is expected to be closed to pedestrians and vehicles for 60 days and possibly longer if bad weather causes delays.
For more updates on the project and road closure visit: