The North Hampton Neighborhood Association did not make it through the COVID-19 pandemic unscathed. What was initially expected to be a temporary suspension of meetings ended up being much longer. That loss of momentum, combined with the loss of key volunteers and board members, resulted in the de facto collapse of the association as it was previously structured.
The good news is that another organization has emerged, born from neighbors collaborating online in the Nextdoor and Facebook communities. That organization is the Northampton Neighbors Network.
Visit the NNN online at northamptonneighbors.com for more information.
On Saturday, January 9th 2021, the St. Louis Association of Community Organizations (SLACO) will hold an online virtual trivia. This is a great opportunity to get together with friends and family without having to leave home.
A virtual table of ten is available for $250 and SLACO is a non-profit so your cost to play is tax deductible.
Both Lindenwood Park and North Hampton Neighborhood Associations are members of SLACO. Please consider having a table or providing items for auction. Attached is a slide deck with more information and you may also go to www.slaco-mo.org.
Our first combined NOHA meeting (TPNA + KHNA) meeting is 7p Thursday 2/20 at the SLPOA Hall. It’s your chance to meet your neighbors and find out what’s happening in the neighborhood.
The SLPOA Hall is located at 3710 Hampton 63109.
The adjacent neighborhoods of Tilles Park and Kingshighway Hills have decided to merge associations and form the new North Hampton Neighborhood Association.
There are still some details to work out, but they will all be posted here when available. Expect that we’ll still have regular meetings, and those meetings will likely alternate venues between Kennard CJA and the SLPOA Hall.
Our second KHNA meeting of the season is 7p Thursday 3/21 at the Kennard CJA. It’s your chance to meet your neighbors and find out what’s happening in the neighborhood.
THIS MEETING’S THEME IS SPRING CLEANING!
In addition to our Aldermen and Police, we expect to have guest speaker Jean Ponzi from the Missouri Botanical Garden.
Our general meeting tonight is cancelled due to snow, and our meeting venue being closed as a result. Stay tuned for information about when we can rebook the speakers that were planned for tonight.
Our second KHNA meeting of the season is 7p Thursday 11/15 at the Kennard CJA. It’s your chance to meet your neighbors and find out what’s happening in the neighborhood.
THIS MEETING’S THEME IS STATE POLITICS!
In addition to our Aldermen and Police, we expect to have President of the St. Louis Board of Aldermen Lewis Reed, Treasurer of the City of St. Louis Tishaura Jones, and State Representative Peter Merideth.
National Night Out is Tuesday October 2ND!
What is National Night Out?
National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, better places to live.
In other words, it’s a night to get together with your neighbors and take a stand for your neighborhood. A stand against crime, a stand for your community. It’s a block party with a cause!
Join up with the block party closest to you!
Or, come join the 5000 Block of Parker at Brannon. They will be out from 6p-10p. All are welcome!
Click here for our 2018 National Night Out Flyer.