October 31 5:30-7:30 on Kalmia!
The Halloween party is a favorite neighborhood event for the kids and the young at heart. On October 31 5:30-7:30pm, dress up your kids, pets or significant other and come out to be neighborly! We will have hot dogs, drinks, desserts and a photo booth to save the memories! Neighbors can bring sides or snacks.
Kalmia between Wilmot and Blossom will be blocked off.
Then the kids can trick or treat in Sherwood Forest!
In this issue: Flash Flood Watch, September Sherwood Forest Food Truck Rodeo, Plant the Trees in Sherwood Forest!, USC W. Gordon Belser Arboretum, November 8 General Election Registration Deadline, SFNA Annual Halloween Hot Dog Party
In this issue: July Food Truck Rodeo, August General Meeting, Crime Watch, Be a Block Captain.
Food Truck Rodeo coming to the neighborhood! Every Final Friday in June, July and August we’ll have dinner served by a variety of food trucks with Shaved Ice thrown in for fun! You can stay and eat here with your neighbors or take it home for your family.
5pm to 8pm – Sherwood Forest Presbyterian Church
The Boil Water Advisory for the Devine Street area has been repealed.
The City of Columbia Water Works advises the water customers in the area of 4100 and 4200 Block of Devine Street, Kawana Road, Kipling Drive, Kalmia Drive, and Poinsettia Street, located in Richland County, to vigorously boil their water for at least one (1) full minute prior to drinking or cooking. Also, any residents near the affected area who have lost water and/or water pressure are advised to vigorously boil their water for at least one (1) full minute prior to drinking or cooking.
The City of Columbia has experienced an eighteen inch water line break. This could possibly result in bacterial contamination of the water on the 4100 and 4200 Block of Devine Street, Kawana Road, Kipling Drive, Kalmia Drive, and Poinsettia Street. Water customers should continue to vigorously boil their water for at least one (1) full minute prior to drinking or cooking until otherwise notified by the City of Columbia Water Works. Also, any ice made from water that has not been boiled should not be used for drinking purposes.
The City of Columbia Water Works is presently working to correct the problem. The inbound right lane of Devine Street is currently blocked between Kipling Drive and Poinsettia Street.
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The next general meeting of the Sherwood Forest Neighborhood Association will be held Tuesday, May 10 at the Sherwood Forest Presbyterian Church on the corner of Wilmot Avenue and Beltline Boulevard.
Our Sherwood Forest neighbor Lisabeth Medlock will make a presentation regarding the activities of The Palmetto Project’s Community Flood Hub.
We will have a neighborhood crime update from CPD PACE Officer Kevin Schmidt. Our City Councilman At-Large Howard Duvall will also be in attendance. We will be planning the Summer Kick-Off Cookout, and discussing whatever neighborhood concerns there may be.
Meet & Greet
Come mingle over refreshments starting at 6pm. The general meeting will be from 6:30-8:00pm.
The Sherwood Forest Neighborhood Association’s annual post-holiday adult drop-in is set for 6-10pm on Friday, January 8th at Bloomwood, the 1920’s home of W. Gordon Belser, 530 Kilbourne Rd (behind the Piggly Wiggly). Regina Monteith has again graciously agreed to host our adult party at her beautiful and historic home!
The association will provide a HoneyBaked ham, beer, wine and soft drinks. If you’re coming, bring a side dish, snack or dessert. We would also like to know if you can help with the setup and/or cleanup at Regina’s home.
Please RSVP to our event coordinator Kathy Swanson at 803-787-0963 or email@example.com, and let her know what you can bring and if you can help with setup and/or cleanup.
This event has always been lots of fun and a great opportunity to get to know your neighbors.