Events

We put on several annual events here in Betton Hills, including Arbor Day, an Easter Egg Hunt, Garage Sales, Block Parties, and more.   Are you intereseted in coordinating or helping with an event?  If so, please let us know!  We believe that any opportunity to bring neighbors together goes a long way to building a strong community.

Urban Forest and Canopy Preservation Neighborhood Meeting

Join us at the McCollum Center at Lafayatte Park on August 20 to talk trees .   Our tree canopy depends on you! Tallahassee Urban Forester Melinda Mohrman will be leading the session.  The agenda includes: ways Betton Hills residents can help us maintain a sustainable and rich …

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Neighborhood Garage Sale

Shoppers, get ready!  There are 20 houses signed up for sales for this Saturday's neighborhood garage sale.  Below is a map and the list of addresses for all of the sales. Print Map and Address List 1427 Marion Avenue 1505 Crestview Avenue 2141 Trescott Drive …

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Picnic Dinner at McCord Park

Join in our initial picnic dinner at McCord Park!  The Food Truck night was a celebration of fun, great company, good food, and wonderful weather.  Brittainy Raehn Mayfield had an inspiration:  let’s do it again, but as a neighborhood picnic!  So . . . bring your dinner and come on over to McCord …

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Earth Week Nudge: Slow Bike Ride!

Where :  Start at McCord Park, Armistead Rd. entrance What : Come one, come all to celebrate bike riding and alternative transportation in Betton Hills!  We’ll do a fun bike ride from McCord Park to Harriman Circle and back.  All ages and skill levels.  This event concludes the BHNA’s …

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Food Trucks at McCord Park

Celebrate Springtime with your Betton Hills neighbors at our 1st Food Truck Night on Tuesday, April 17, 6-8:30pm! It will be held at the north end of McCord Park, at the Armistead Road/Armstrong Road entrance.   There will be four trucks serving a variety of food, including vegetarian …

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Invasive Plant Removal at McCord Park

Earth Day rolls around every April, and this year neighbors will celebrate by working to remove invasive plants in McCord Park. Many of you know that volunteers have been doing this for the last 15 years. Most of the Chinese tallow trees are gone, and we have focused on coral ardisia for the last …

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