Thursday, June 9, 7 PM
St. Mary School, corner of Old Shell Road and Providence Street
Next General Meeting
                                                    Guest speaker Matthew Capps, Senior
                                                    Director of Parks and Recreation with the
                                                    City of Mobile will discuss the Mobile
                                                    Greenway Initiative, an ambitious plan to
                                                    establish an interconnected Mobile green-
                                                    way and blueway.

                                                    A system of bike, walking, and canoe and
                                                    kayak paths, the Greenway will link neigh-
                                                    borhoods, communities and parks from
                                                    Langan Park to the mouth of Dog River. 
                                                    The plan is broken down into three sections:
                                                    Langan park and its connection to Three Mile Creek; Three Mile Creek itself to downtown Mobile; and the Crepe Myrtle Trail, a biking and running path from Water Street to the mouth of Dog River.  Numerous community groups have already signed on to help make this dream a reality, including the Bedsole Foundation, The Mobile County Health Department, Alabama Coastal Foundation, Mobile Bay National Estuary Program, Mobile Baykeeper, the Delta Bike Project, Mobile United, and, of course, the City of Mobile.  Come learn the latest progress on this plan as well as how we can contribute to it.

Free and open to all. Refreshments will be served.


May 11, 2016, 5:30pm
Free Event - "Exploring Springhill Avenue; A Walking Tour"

In celebration of Historic Preservation Month, Cart Blackwell of Mobile Historic Development Commission will conduct a walking tour of Springhill Avenue begin- ning with a presentation at Bragg-Mitchell Mansion. Call 471-6364 to reserve your place as seating is limited

Wear comfortable shoes and clothing. Park in Bragg-Mitchell's lot.
Yard of the Month
For our second Yard of the Month for 2016, we recognize 1651 Dauphin Street... (more)
Thank you to Blankenship's Universal Supply for the donated paint and to Charlie, Bobby, Charles, Chuck, Holly, Joan, John and Renee for the massive clean-up at 1014 Dauphin Street on February 13!
Important Calendar Updates
There are NO General Meetings in July, August and September as we prepare for our annual fundraiser.

Our Wine Tasting and Silent Auction will be held on Thursday, September 29th at 6:30 PM. More details soon!

Old Dauphin Way District Selected
Our district will be the focus of Historic Mobile Preservation Society's Annual Home Tour to be held on March 10 - 11. Most of the proceeds from our fundraiser and our efforts for the remainder of the year will be focused on sprucing up the neighborhood for this important showcase.

Monday, May 2, 6 PM - Murphy High School Band will present a Pops Concert on the lawn at Murphy High School. (Bring lawn chairs or a blanket for sitting and your own refreshments.
Purchase your tickets here with PayPal.