What is your favorite memory from the neighborhood? Your first Treadwell High School dance? Walking to Sweden Kream to get a chocolate milk shake on a hot day? Watching the Treadwell Eagles beat the East Mustangs in the gym on the old wooden bleachers?
Come share your favorite stories and also join a trivia team to play Heights History Trivia for your chance to win some great neighborhood prizes. Winners will receive gift cards to Stepherson's, Treadwell Eagle gear, and much more.
Sunday, September 9th 2:00-4:00 pm. Heights Line Bike Route Ride. This event will specifically look at the bike-ability of the Heights Line route. It will involve a group bike ride of the proposed two-mile bike path, riding it in both directions (four miles total for the ride), and follow-up activities that will document the impressions and ideas of riders in response to the Height Line route and designs. Participants will be riding bikes during this event, anyone needing a bike to participate can leave a message at 704- 802- 2453 and a bike can be provided. The ride will begin and end at the Heights Line Design Studio, 751 National St, Memphis, TN 38122.
Saturday September 8th 2:00-4:00 pm. Heights Line Design Tour. This event will include a easy walking tour of some of the locations along National Street that will be impacted by the Heights Line. Participants will consider some of the proposed designs and contribute their ideas on some of the green space options and the best locations for particular amenities. Open to all ages
Freshmen Seminar in Global Health Studies at Kingsbury High School have been hard at work organizing a 5K/1 Mile run/walk event to take place October 21 in the heart of the Mitchell Heights community. Registration is now open here: https://racesonline.com/events/heights-line-5k
Race check-in will be in the Piranee and Nunnelee dentist office parking lot 752 National Street. There is plenty of street-side parking in the neighborhood on Tutwiler, Bowen, and Powell between Highland and Holmes.
Don't feel like running you say? Fear not. There are many other ways to participate; we still have some needs as follows:
- You can cheer on participants along the route or at one of the water stations along the route.
- You can volunteer to assist with setup or breakdown of route signs and/or water stations.
- You or a organization you belong to can volunteer to provide materials (tables, water coolers, cups, trash can, etc) for water stations or healthy snacks for participants.
Please email email@example.com if you can help.
The start/finish of both events will be at the Heights Line demonstration on National Street. The Heights Line represents an exciting community effort to connect the Shelby Farms Greenline with the Wolf River Greenway through the Heights Neighborhood. National Street has abundant space to provide a nearly 2-mile stretch of dedicated pedestrian access. Find out more about the Heights Line here: https://www.heightsline.com