This fun family event features food and drink and lots for the kids to do. Plan to come out and enjoy meeting your Westover Hills neighbors. More details later. Rain date will be May 21.
The Beautification Committee and our faithful volunteers will partner with the City of Richmond and be going through the alleys of Westover Hills the morning of Saturday, April 29 from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm picking up large yard debris, electronics, furniture, and items that are too big for normal trash collection. Get a jump start on your spring cleaning and place items outside for pickup.
Update: We are still looking for more volunteers for Saturday’s clean up! Please contact Robert Kelly if you can donate any of your Saturday morning to help out!
Please contact Robert Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org in advance if you wish to disregard an appliance, a “clunker” television, a grill, lawnmower, air conditioner or a large item which is better handled with lift or flat bed truck. Please no paint cans, old tires, or heavy construction materials.
Westover Hills is featured on the Historic Garden Week house and garden tour on Wednesday, April 26, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. WHNA is sponsoring a special Twilight Tour exclusively for Westover Hills residents and their guests from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Neighbors opening their homes for the tour are: 5005 Riverside Drive, home of the Rogers; 5107 Riverside, home of the Skinners; 5315 Riverside, home of the Winstchs; 5509 Riverside, home of the Salleys; and 5514 Riverside, Point of View. In addition to the houses on the Historic Garden Week tour, the garden of “Boxwood,” the home of Jane Scott Chapin at 5021 Riverside Drive, will be open for the Twilight Tour.
We have several opportunities for you to volunteer your time and help us show off our beautiful neighborhood! We need volunteers to help with lunch sales that day. There will be two 1 hour shifts.
We also need volunteers to serve as house hostesses/hosts during the Twilight Tour.
You can still get advance-purchase tickets for the 2017 Westover Hills Twilight Tour of Homes if you go online before midnight Tuesday, April 25.
Advance tickets are $15 each for members of the WHNA or $20 for nonmembers. Tickets at the door on the day of the tour will cost $20 each for members or $25 each for non-members. If you’re a resident of Westover Hills, you may purchase as many tickets as you like, and guests are welcome–so bring all your friends and family and work colleagues!
The tour runs from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 26, and features the five Westover Hills homes on the Garden Club of Virginia’s Historic Garden Week tour–plus a special “extra” garden.
To purchase tickets in advance, click here. Note that WHNA has been experiencing a technical glitch with PayPal transactions, which aren’t going through as expected. If you just fill out the form before midnight Tuesday (April 25), you’ll get the advance ticket price and you can pay (by check, cash, or credit card) when you pick up your tickets.
Tickets will be available for sale (and for pick up) after 10 a.m. on the day of the tour at the WHNA booth at the traffic circle at Riverside Drive and New Kent Road. Tickets are no longer being sold at Cafe Zata.
One person’s trash is another’s treasure, so start cleaning out the attic and basement.
WHNA Yard Sale Date: Saturday, April 22nd from 8:00 am to 12:00 noon.
Rain Date: Sunday, April 23rd, 8:00 am to 12:00 noon.
To Partcipate: Contact Louise Freedman, at LFreedman5111@gmail.com or text her at (804) 477-4064. You will receive a confirmation email or text.
Donations: Will be picked up by Amvets beginning at 12:30 pm Saturday. If event is held on Sunday, due to rain on Saturday, Amvets will pick up donations on Monday. Please leave donations neatly on your front porch or in your front yard. Please do not leave on the curb or sidewalk.
Any questions, call Louise Freedman at (804) 477-4064.