Love your Park Day
This Saturday, November 14 is Love Your Park Day! We will meet at 66th and Sherwood at 10 a.m. by the guard shed to show Morris Park some love.
We currently have a boy scout troop signed up to volunteer, but we will definitely need some more hands.
Leaf Pick up
Philadelphia is providing mechanical Leaf Pick Up for Overbrook Farms. Here are the dates and streets. Be sure to have your leaves raked to the curb on the right day. Bagged leaves will be picked up with the trash. Thanks to our neighbor Joe G for posting this on the Listserv.
Halloween is just a week away. We are having a Ghost Walk at Morris Park to get everyone in the mood for a spooky Halloween. Our Ghost Walk was a big success. Here are some photos provided by Kathleen Stull/Friends of Morris Park. Thanks to Vernyce Dannells and her fearless husband, Kip!!
Our storyteller in action!!
Neighborhood children enjoying the spooky tales.
Scary things that go bump in the night
Landlords and Tenants: Do you know your rights and responsibilities?
It’s that time of year again. Fall has come, the college students are back, and many of them rent in this neighborhood. Please refer to the following information regarding Philadelphia Rental Policies. Let’s keep the neighborhood a great place for residents and renters alike!!!
You spoke, and we listened (and transcribed)! At our May meeting, the Overbrook Farms community came together with members of neighboring communities to brainstorm ideas for building and strengthening our neighborhood, and creating opportunities for our youth. View post.
I KNOW A GUY…
Do you know someone who cleans gutters, remodels, services furnaces, repairs roofs…? Add the contact information for your recommended contractor to the Overbrook Farms Business Directory or review the listing and get recommendations from other neighbors for the vendors that you need. View post.
As a result of the senseless murder of our neighbor, James Stulhman, the Board invited the community to the March Board Meeting to discuss safety issues. What can we do to keep our neighborhood a safe and welcoming place? View post.
Images from the collections of the Overbrook Farms Club, the
Radnor Historical Society, the Athenaeum of Philadelphia, and
Overbrook Farms homeowners, combined with narratives from
knowledgeable residents, have been compiled here to present a
history of this significant community. Purchase a copy