Saturday April 8, 2017
8AM – 11AM
Great American Cleanup Day! Join us at Highland Park. Parking available on Olive Street. Groups will receive directions and instructions on which blocks to clean that day. Trash bags and grabbers will be provided. Bottled water will also be provided. Bring your gloves!
Call for Volunteers! Join Highland Restoration Association, Fairfield Historic District, Highland Jazz & Blues Festival, and the City of Shreveport: Community Development as we work together to beautify our lovely neighborhood of Highland.
Every 2nd Saturday we will meet at 8am to work for a couple of hours. Each month we will focus on a different “zone” of Highland.
Take PRIDE in your neighborhood, LOVE your city, and BLOOM where you’re planted.
We appreciate the efforts of all the organizations including Shreveport Green. They helped spearhead Shreveport’s anti-litter campaign, Don’t Be Trashy, Keep It Classy! This multi-faceted approach to litter awareness focuses on the individual’s responsibility. This is our way of supporting their year-long efforts to beautify our city!
HRA Spring Newsletter 2016 – Join us Saturday April 9. Join us on Facebook!
Meadows Museum @ Centenary College Campus has opened a new exhibit featuring a variety of media as part of The Carolyn Querbes Nelson Third Meadows Museum North Louisiana Artists’ Triennial Competition. Entry to the museum is free. The Meadows Museum on the grounds of Centenary College maintains the permanent Indochina collection of Jean Despujols that includes works by George Grosz, Emilio Amero, Mary Cassatt and Alfred Maurer. Additionally, the Meadows Museum of Art has received a copy of The Triumphal Arch of Maximiliian I by Northern Renaissance artist and engraver Albrecht Durer.
The Museum augments its permanent collections with temporary exhibitions designed to reflect the diversity and interests of the regional community by presenting the highest level of aesthetic achievements of individuals and cultures.
Shreveport Green is sponsoring the Great American Cleanup (GAC) on Saturday, April 14 from 8am-12pm. From 8am-10:30am everyone is asked to help clean up around their neighborhood. Then from 10:30am – 12:00pm volunteers are invited to to visit the GAC headquarters at the La. State Fairgrounds to enjoy free food, giveaways, environmental information, and cash prizes (for groups collecting the most trash and groups with most volunteers present). All trash and recycling collected will be dropped off at the La. State Fairgrounds from 8:30am-11am. HRA will not be holding an organized cleanup this year and instead asks everyone to pick up trash around their part of Highland. For more information about GAC, contact Casaundra Calloway at [email protected]
Highland Restoration Association will be holding its first General Membership Meeting of 2012 on Tuesday, February 21st at 6pm at the Randle T. Moore Center (3101 Fairfield Ave). We will vote on board members who are up for re-election this year, share updates on HRA projects and other neighborhood initiatives, and enjoy Mardi Gras refreshments. If you are interested in getting more involved with HRA and the Highland neighborhood this year or just want to hear about how we are advocating for the neighborhood, coming to our meetings is a great place to start. See you there!