Central Presbyterian Church is expanding its Food Pantry and is in need of refrigerators. If you have a plain, old, working refrigerator, Central will pick it up. Contact Charles Storrs at cell (334) 208-0227
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A 1920s bungalow wih a front yard of flowering native plants. Details on our Beautification page.
Learn the secrets of "Seed Saving and Plant Propagation" from Old Dauphin Way's garden guru Bill Nicholas in this special presentation on Thursday, September 11, 7 PM at Central Presbyterian Church (north east corner of Dauphin Street and Ann).
Before you toss those plants, remember we have our Fall Plant Swap coming up on Saturday, October 25.
Also, our 40th AnniversaryWine Tasting and Silent Auction will be held on Thursday, October 30, 6:30 PM at Blacksher Hall. This is our only fundraiser of the year which this year will help fund the purchase of more signs throughout the district and the painting of our lamp posts on Government Street, so please mark your calendars. Tickets will go on sale in September.
(BTW, if you or a business you know would like to make a donation to our Silent Aucton, please contact me. )
As these events will have our Board very busy, there will be NO General Meeting in October.
To download an updated calendar in PDF form, click here.
The Old Dauphin Way Association will celebrate its 40th anniversary this year! In honor of this occasion, the history committee of the ODWA board would like to talk with former board members who were active in the early years of the organization. If you would like to share old memories, photographs, news clippings or other memorabilia associated with Old Dauphinway in the 1970s and 90s, please contact Susan Thomas at 476-9440 or susanthomas1744@ att.net.