2023 DATES TO REMEMBER
Wednesday, September 6, October 4, November 1, December 6, 5-7pm: Heritage Hill First Wednesdays Happy Hour at The Commons restaurant in The Oakwood Apartments 547 Cherry SE. *Please contact the restaurant to confirm holiday week’s operating hours
Tuesday, September 12, 6-7:30pm: Heritage Hill History of Homes – Part Two
If you want to time travel – and step back into an era of graceful, elegant living and imagine life as heir to a furniture company fortune – then, explore Heritage Hill. This is the city’s oldest residential district and Michigan’s largest and finest concentration of nineteenth and early twentieth-century houses. These were the homes of lumber barons, politicians, bankers, attorneys, judges, and clothiers who shaped the city’s future. This is was where the upper crust lived…on “the hill”. Learn about the history of these magnificent historic homes…their architecture and the people who built them. This tour is divided into multiple parts as it traverses varying sections of the stunning, tree-lined residential streets. BUY TICKETS HERE!
Saturday, September 30, 8am – Noon: Heritage Hill Dumpster Day, parking lot, Central Reformed Church, 10 College Ave. NE
HHA Board meetings – All Heritage Hill Association meetings are open to neighbors.
7:00pm – Third Wednesday of the month (most often, no meetings in May or July)
Community Education Conference Room (or location TBA)
Hauenstein Center, 200 Jefferson Ave. SE
Entrance via Skywalk from Parking Ramp