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Undecking the Halls – Weather Update – Snowball Fight Anyone?

December 28, 2016

By Kay Stephenson, VHCA Board Vice President Update: Due to the winter storm warning our plan to dismantle decorations at North Highland Park will be postponed until Saturday afternoon at 1:00 pm. Hopefully this will allow time for any wintry mix to move out of the area. It will still be cold though, so dress warmly…

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Buy A Brick – The Perfect Holiday Gift

November 6, 2016

Virginia-Highland Conservation League volunteers originally sold almost 400 bricks to help fund construction of North Highland Park at the corner of N. Highland and St. Charles Ave., which opened in 2013. After installation of the first wave of bricks, we learned we had spots for 105 more, and we now have just 53 bricks left…

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Express Your Passion for VaHi Through Photography – and See Your Work on Public Display!

April 12, 2016

Submit photos now for upcoming North Highland Park public exhibition showcasing life in our awesome neighborhood By David Brandenberger, VHCA Board Member Photos courtesy John Becker The Virginia-Highland Civic Association is partnering with Atlanta Celebrates Photography to create a ‘neighborhood-based’ temporary public photography exhibition that will be on display at North Highland Park (St. Charles…

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New Life for North Highland Park Bike Rack at IMS

March 13, 2016

Rarely Used Bike Rack at NHP Repurposed for Use at Inman Middle School By David Brandenberger The bicycle rack that has lived at the northeast corner of N. Highland and St. Charles at North Highland Park – likely since the days of the public library – has a new home. Due largely to its obscured location…

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Final Commemorative Bricks at North Highland Park Go on Sale

May 28, 2015

Dedicated in 2013, North Highland Park has quickly become one of our neighborhood’s most popular features. Residents and visitors alike can be seen enjoying the wonderful green space – reading a book, relaxing under the trees, walking a dog, or eating lunch at one of the picnic tables along North Highland Avenue. Click here to…

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