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Designed pots and plants at a great price!

The 2014 Bellevue Blossoms event is Saturday, May 17th from 10am to 4pm on Fairfield Avenue. Come and shop everything under the sun for your garden. The Bellevue Neighborhood Association will have a booth located on the corner of Ward and Fairfield. We will have a variety of potted annuals and perennials along with unique decorative garden accents for sale at fantastic prices! Come get your seasonal plants while helping beautify Bellevue. And don't forget, our potted plants make great centerpieces for Spring parties, awesome thank you gifts, and add some color to your home. Proceeds from our booth go to Bellevue's parks, gardens, grant programs, city decorations and more.

Click here for more details about Bellevue Blossoms.
 

And the adopt-a-block is…

100 block of Division! The homeowners in the 100 block of Division will have the opportunity to apply for grant funds to improve their property. These improvements can include chain link fence removal, new fencing, house painting, garden assistance and plantings, window boxes, gutter work, etc. If you don't live in the 100 block of Division, you're still able to apply for a city-wide grant. Please contact Jessica Miller grants@bna-ky.com with any questions. 
 

Membership envelopes are out

The BNA has delivered membership envelopes door to door with an invitation for you to join or renew. Membership dues are used to help transform and beautify Bellevue. Family memberships are $15 and individual memberships are $10. Click here to download a membership form.
 

Memorial Day Recipes

Try out a fun new recipe for your Memorial Day cookout:

Honey Chicken Kabobs

Grilled Potato Skins

Cajun Summer Veggies

Garden Tomato Salad

Chilly Melon Cups

Red White & Blue Strawberry Shortcake

Dayton/Bellevue Parade: Along Fairfield Avenue from 10:30am to 12:00pm
 

East Row Garden Walk

June 7th & 8th visit eight enchanting urban gardens in Newport. Also enjoy live musical performances and an exciting vendor market. Tickets are $15, kids 12 and under are free. Click here for more info.
 

Join us at the next BNA meeting

Our next general meeting is Tue, May 27th at 7pm at the Callahan Center. We'd love to see you there!
 

Family Dinner

May 25th at 5pm at the Callahan Center. Bring a dish to share and enjoy great company. Details.
 

More Events

Check out our community calendar for more events. Click here!
The City of Bellevue is in the process of purchasing the Marianne Theater which opened in 1942. 

In 1910, Bellevue's first movie house opened on Fairfield Avenue. The movie playing was Love's Awakening, a silent black-and-white film released on December 6, 1910.

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