Please visit our store if you want to purchase an annual garden plot. Plots will be distributed on a first come, first serve basis. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Assignments distributed for our Community Garden plots. Get excited for next month's Opening Day!
Valentine will hold a general membership meeting on Wednesday, March 23 at 7 p.m. via Zoom. Topics on the agenda include: Community Garden Opening: Update from the garden committee Safety Update: Our police officers will join us for an update and to hear your concerns. Dumpster details MidtownKC Now Update Word on the Street: Your chance to bring […]
Spire (formerly Missouri Gas Energy) has been conducting a pipeline upgrade in Valentine and other parts of Midtown for the past several years. Recently, residents of Coleman Highlands and Roanoke asked Spire to meet with the neighborhoods to explain the goals of the project and the timeline for upcoming work, including work that may affect […]
Spring is finally here. That means Thirsty Thursdays are back. Weather permitting, come gather for beverages and shared community on a neighbor’s front porch, every third Thursday of the month. This month, our hosts will be our new neighbors Travis and Christy Gaddis at 632 W. 39th Terrace. Thirty Thursday lasts from 5:30 to 7 […]
Please join is for an in-person general meeting on Wednesday, April 27 at the Uptown Theater Encore Room at 7 p.m. It’s your chance to catch up on neighborhood news, ask questions and see your neighbors again in person. Agenda Neighborhood Improvements: The neighborhood association has been pursuing several grant opportunities for rebuilding sidewalks and […]
Gardeners are welcome to break soil for our 3nd annual Opening Day!
Alex and Amanda will be our hosts at 3648 Jefferson. Weather permitting, come gather for beverages and shared community on a neighbor's front porch, every third Thursday of the month. BYOB.
A developer recently purchased the Broadway Church/First Swedish Church at 3931 Washington Street (the church actually faces Broadway) and has received approval from the city to operate it as a wedding venue. The developer is now asking the City Plan Commission for a special use permit to use the upper floors as four hotel rooms. […]