From EHDA’s President, Wain Rubenstein:
“I just want to thank everyone who came to the council meeting on March 1, and those who spoke. Also to the Evergreen Board for your support. It was very gratifying to not only see Evergreeners there, but people from from all over Midtown, and other parts of the city. A special thanks to Carrie and Gene who have worked so hard on the legal side of this.
To say the least, we are all disappointed in the outcome, but I am the eternal optimist, and feel in the end we will prevail. We are on the side of right. It may not be everything we want, but I think we will gain some measure. Maybe I’m being naive, but I truly believe that.
I’m not sure what the next steps are, but this will be on the agenda for the Evergreen board meeting next week. Once again thanks to all.”
Beginning Monday, February 15th, Angelus St. between Overton Park Ave. and Galloway will be totally closed to through traffic for emergency drain repairs. This will go on for two weeks. Please click on the link below for the official notice from the City of Memphis. If you have questions please call City of Memphis’ Civil Design Department at 901-576-6933.
Press Release – Angelus Street 2-8-16
Evergreen Historic District Association Annual Meeting
Thursday, January 21, 2016 6:00 pm
Trinity United Methodist Church
Galloway at Evergreen (Childcare Provided)
Potluck Dinner! Bring a dish to share
Livable Memphis/Williamson Park, Sarah Newstock
City Councilman, Worth Morgan
Election of the EHDA 2016 Slate of Officers and Board
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The committee members for the Evergreen Ball are soliciting donations for silent auction items or experiences. The silent auction helps EHDA raise money in order to support neighborhood events and more importantly allows us to fund various initiatives that help keep our neighborhood free from commercial encroachment. If you would like to contribute an experience or item, please contact Anna Rich at email@example.com or by telephone at 901-482-0124. We sincerely appreciate the support of our neighborhood.
Our wonderful Brooks Museum not only has a great new exhibit! Wonder, Whimsy, Wild: Folk Art in America is up Nov. 7- Feb 28. The exhibition highlights American folk art from New England and the Midwest made between 1800 and 1925. Among the paintings are portraits, still lifes, landscapes, and allegorical paintings, while the objects include sculptures, commercial signs, furniture, and household objects.
Also, the Brooks Museum has a lot of events around the corner! These include Afternoon Tea, Guided Tours, Films, Yoga, the Holiday Artist Market! www.brooksmuseum.org
We had an unfortunate event, and have lost our beloved website! Please have patience as we build a new one. If you are looking for information but it hasn’t found it’s way back to the website, please email us. You can email our EHDA president, Wain Rubenstein at firstname.lastname@example.org or Allison Graham at email@example.com.