Celebrate 25 Years of Old Trolley Barn Park

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Come one, come all to the Trolley Barn Park 25th Anniversary festivities. It took quite a fight to make Old Trolley Barn Park a reality. Now it’s time to revisit that spirit of community perseverance by celebrating the park’s 25th anniversary.

DATE: Saturday, April 16th
TIME: 11 am – 4 pm
LOCATION: Why, Old Trolley Barn Park, of course! On Adams Avenue between Georgia St & Panorama Drive

Entertainment on the Main Stage
* 11 am: Welcome from County Supervisor Ron Roberts & Council Member Todd Gloria
* 11:30 am: Hullabaloo Kid-Folk Music
* 12:30 pm: The John Hull, Rob Deez & Kenny Eng

Scheduled Activities
* 12:30: Field Day for kids – Grab a friend or sibling and join in the 50 yard dash, three legged race, egg & spoon relay, and more

All Day Activities
* Dog agility course compliments of Kamp Kanine Daycare for Dogs
* Outdoor games, coloring station, face-painting

In addition to the aforementioned program items, we’ll also have photo opportunities available with our ostrich mascot, as well as yummy desserts and ice cream for purchase from Twiggs and Mrs. Frostie. Finally, we’ll be selling raffle tickets for a chance to win a gift card from one of our local Uptown establishments.

We’d currently like to thank Miller Design, Mary Anne Stevens Realty, Pemberley Realty, Twiggs, Trader Joe’s, Kamp Kanine, and The Fund for Animals Wildlife for their sponsorship.

If you are interested in volunteering or have ideas regarding what would make this event truly special, please let us know!

Learn More About Proposed Water Rate Hike
For those who would like more details on the proposed increase to potable water rates as discussed in our November meeting, please download the presentation reviewed by Lee Ann Jones-Santos of the SD Public Utilities Department, or email her directly.

Download the results of the survey regarding the proposed alcohol ban and curfew at The Point.

See the results from the survey on bonus densities and one planning group distributed at our October 2015 meeting.

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