The Flats at Westview are excited to be hosting the annual Westview Candy Stroll. Local businesses will be handing out candy to our friends and neighbors on Saturday, October 27th, between 1:00pm and 5:00pm. Come out and share some sweet treats with us!
The Westview Community Organization is hosting a “Westview Game Night” at Calvary United Methodist Church. Think Monopoly, Uno, Cards, Chess, Othello, Puzzles, Spades, etc. If you have any games you think people would enjoy playing bring them. There will be prizes and refreshments.
The Westview Commercial District Association hosted the third annual Westview Halloween Candy Stroll in the Westview Village.
The Westview Commercial District Association hosted the second annual Westview Halloween Candy Stroll in the Westview Village.
Bring your children to the 2nd Annual Westview Candy Stroll!
Businesses along Ralph David Abernathy Blvd. in the Westview Village will host a candy stroll again this year. Dress up in your costumes, bring your own bag for candy and come enjoy snacks, games, face painting, music, and more. Fun for the whole family!
Participating businesses will have balloons on their door.
You’ve probably heard of them before – the “Little Free Library.” It is a movement that started in 2009 of little houses that are placed in front yards and neighborhood entry points throughout the country (even the world!). Neighbors can come and check out books for free with the concept “take a book, return a book.”
As of September a Westview neighbor started her very own “Westview Little Free Library” on South Gordon Street at the corner of Ontario Avenue. A whole spectrum of rotating books can be found at the little library, which is a replica of the owner’s house. The children’s books have been especially popular, so bring the kids to come check out a book. If they write down their thoughts in the “Book Blurbs” the book fairy will even write them a personal response!
The project has been such a success that other neighbors plan to place Little Free Libraries at their houses across the neighborhood.
Stay up-to-date about happenings at the Westview Little Free Library via the website: http://westviewlittlelibrary.tumblr.com
Bring the kids out to the Westview Business Candy Stroll from 2:00-6:00pm on Halloween (October 31st) between 1516 to 1541 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd. Dress up in your costumes, bring your trick or treat bags and enjoy snacks, candy, games, face painting, music, and dancing.
Sponsored by Hair Nirvana Salon and Spa, Westview Pizza Café, A&L Barber/Beauty Salon, Rhythm of Ink, Big Apple Inn, D Café, V+S Salon Studio, The Barber Loft, Top O’ The Line, Secrets, Law Office, We Rent Houses, and Keep It Wet Carwash.
The Youth Committee, in conjunction with the John Perdew Legacy Project, hosted a two week youth STEAM camp from July 21st through August 1st, 2014 to allow the children to develop real world skills through arts and science. As part of the STEAM camp (an acronym for science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics) the children worked with artist Ashley Dopson, listened to speakers talk about topics such as banking and finances, college and technical schools, music, tie tying, vegetable harvesting, and bicycle safety. At the end of the two week camp the children received free bicycles thanks to a generous donor.
To see photos of the Youth STEAM Camp view the photo gallery below (click “continue reading”) or visit the Westview Facebook page.
Westview youth will be participating in an art summer camp through August 1st. A kick-off meet-and-greet for the kids and their families was hosted in the Westview Communal Garden on South Gordon Street with music, activities, and learning about growing and harvesting food.
To view photos of the meet-and-greet view the photo gallery below or visit the Westview Facebook page.
Mellow Mushroom recently announced an Instagram video contest. The grand prize is a 90-second shopping spree at Sports Authority (up to $2,000). To enter, you upload a 15-second video saying why you should win the prize.
Westview residents thought it would be a fun idea to get some of the neighborhood children together to star in a 15-second video for an opportunity to win the grand prize and get them some new sports equipment to play with. See what they came up with!