Several events will be held for Castleberry Hill residents on August 4th for National Night Out. What does National Night Out represent? It is meant to increase awareness of community police, fire fighter and rescue teams’ activities in anti-crime and public safety affairs.
A Castleberry Hill Neighborhood “Dining Out for NNO” event is being very graciously hosted by No Mas, Smoke Ring, Bottle Rocket and Elliott Street Pub. Have a great dinner, be sure to mention that you’re there for National Night Out, and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to our Neighborhood Public Safety Fund. So go out – have a fabulous dinner with your family and friends – support your neighborhood for NNO!
The next event is the NPU-M “Block Party” which will be held from 6:30 to 8:00 on Broad Street between MLK and Mitchell Street. The NPU-M neighborhoods include: Castleberry Hill, Sweet Auburn, the Old Fourth Ward and Downtown (Zones 5 & 6). The block will be closed to traffic. There will be music, food trucks, law enforcement officials, and it will be child and dog friendly! Feel free to wear your Castleberry Hill t-shirts!
Finally, there will be a “meet and greet” event at our Fire Station #1, 71 Elliott Street (just across from the Smoke Ring). They’ll even be bringing a fire truck outside – take the opportunity to meet our fire and rescue team AND take lots of photos! Please keep in mind that they could be called to a fire – we’ll hear the sirens if they do!
PLEASE take the opportunity to get out and support your neighborhood for NNO.