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Greater Belhaven has earned the designation as one of the 10 Great Neighborhoods for 2014. Each October, the American Planning Association's Great Places in America program names 30 exemplary streets, neighborhoods and public spaces that add value to communities and foster economic growth and jobs. APA's Great Streets, Great Neighborhoods and Great Public Spaces feature unique and authentic characteristics that have evolved from years of thoughtful and deliberate planning by residents, community leaders and planners. Officials from the APA presented the honor to the Greater Belhaven Foundation in Belhaven Park on October 1. Click here to read the full announcement from the APA.
Greater Belhaven is featured in the AAA Southern Traveler magazine's online edition for being selected as one of America's 10 Great Neighborhoods by the American Planning Association earlier this year. To read the article, click on this link: Southern Traveler.
New Stage Theatre presents Ain't Nothing But the Blues. Opening Tuesday, May 26. Tickets can be purchased by calling 601-948-3531 or online newstagetheatre.com.
Many thanks to our Being Belhaven 100, Being Belhaven Gold and Being Belhaven contributors. Being Belhaven 100 members give $1000, Being Belhaven Gold members give $500 and Being Belhaven members give $300 to the Foundation annually. Click here to see a list of our generous supporters.
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The 11th annual Bright Lights, Belhaven Nights 2015 is Saturday, August 15, 2015. Greater Belhaven's end-of-summer street festival was a huge success! It was The Hottest Festival in Town! CLICK HERE FOR FESTIVAL INFORMATION
For information about Baptist's Events and Seminars, go to www.mbhs.org.
The Historic Belhaven neighborhood has joined the Belhaven Heights neighborhood on the National Register of Historic Places.
If you missed the recent workshop concerning the National Register of Historic Places, click here to get the basic information provided by Todd Sanders of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History.
The Oaks House Museum is located at 823 N. Jefferson Street, Jackson. For more information, call 601-353-9339 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Greater Belhaven – A Different Perspective: Karen Bryant, of Your City Prints, worked with the Greater Belhaven Foundation office to develop this colorful, cool map of words that is the Greater Belhaven Neighborhood. Go to www.yourcityprints.com to check it out and order a print.
Have you read The Help? This New York Times Bestseller has put a spotlight on Jackson and Greater Belhaven and Book Club members from across the nation are traveling here to tour the sights mentioned in Kathryn Stockett’s book, which was made into an award-winning movie. We are taking this opportunity to promote our City and neighborhood in a positive way by offering a tour brochure that discusses Greater Belhaven locations in a present day context. Our neighborhood is the home of some of the main characters and points all around Greater Belhaven are mentioned throughout the book. Take a tour of our lovely neighborhood and see the locations where events unfold within its pages. Click here to download the tour brochure. There is a driving map that accompanies the points of interest.
The Market is open for business! The Mississippi Farmers Market and The Greater Belhaven Market have come together to combine the dynamics of Jackson’s two largest inner city Farmers Markets at one location where they offer customers a one stop shop for the freshest, high quality Mississippi produced products. The MS Farmers Market is located at 929 High Street, adjacent to the Fairgrounds. The Market is open on Saturdays from 8:00 am until 2:00 pm.
Click here to find out more about the Farmers Market.
The Eudora Welty Education and Vistors Center is now open to the public. The Visitors Center is located next door to the Welty House, at 1109 Pinehurst Street. For ticket information call 601-353-7762 or email email@example.com.
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