Green Hills Park Festival coming Sept. 17 - Tennis courts being resurfaced soon - Parks Dept. Master Plan survey
First ever Green Hills Park Festival happening Sept. 17! Get ready to raise money for park improvements, at a festival featuring great local food, drinks, and vendors; plus bouncy houses and games for kids put on by the Green Hills YMCA. This festival is being put on with alot of help from the Alliance for Green Hills. More details coming soon. Tell your friends and save the date! Interested in having a booth? Email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know! Interested in helping organize or have ideas for fun activities or vendors? We'd love to hear from you.
Everybody knows that the tennis courts in Green Hills Park are sorely in need of resurfacing. The Parks Dept. has announced that they will be resurfaced soon! There is not a certain date, but it may be as soon as this summer.
Please take this survey! The Parks Dept. is working on its master plan for all the parks in Davidson County. Tell them what you want more of in our parks. For example, Green Hills does not have a single dog park. It is not connected by foot or bike to nearby parks, like Radnor Lake or Sevier Park. Make your voice heard! http://www.nashville.gov/Parks-and-Recreation/Plan-To-Play.aspx
Fyi regarding the water fountain - Parks has been informed that the top fountain is not working. They have put in a repair order. They say that last time, balloons had been stuffed down the drain. Hopefully, it will be working again soon.
6/26/2016 11:21:26 pm
Let's put down lines for pickleball!! America's fastest-growing sport!
6/27/2016 09:34:37 am
Ken, I recommend that you and your friends call the Parks Dept. and ask that the courts have pickleball lines. Alternatively, I talked with Lipscomb about their courts and they said that the players who use their tennis courts put down tape to create pickleball courts. Perhaps that is a possiblity if Parks does not put in dedicated painted lines.
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