Category Archives: Events

UPHA Annual Easter Egg Hunt is Back!

Everyone in the neighborhood is invited!

When: Saturday, April 8, 10:00am-11:30am

Where:  Pollock Place Park (at Pollock Pl, Merriman Ave and Taylor St.)

What:Egg Hunt!
Jelly Bean Guessing Contest
The Easter Bunny!!

Bring:

  1. a dozen plastic eggs filled with wrapped candies
  2. your own basket
  3. a light snack to share

University Park Homeowners Association
provides water, plates, cups, napkins

UPHA Holiday Party!

Wow, another year has flown by –

Please join your neighbors for holiday fellowship at the annual UPHA family party.

Monday, December 5, 2016 – 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

At the Players’ Retreat – 105 Oberlin Road
Located at the corner of Oberlin and Hillsborough Streets.

Players’ Retreat is providing free appetizers while they last. Members are welcome to order drinks and meals at their own expense.

(Don’t forget the Christmas Charity Raffle! Bring some cash to buy tickets – )

Also posted on Nextdoor – Please Join Us

 

University Park Halloween Party

University Park Halloween Fun!

Join us for friends and fun at Cannon Park.
All University Park Residents are welcome!
Wear your favorite costume to strut!

Please bring a covered dish, snack, or dessert to share.
Plates, utensils, napkins, water provided by UPHA.

What:  Family Friendly Halloween Event
Date: Saturday, October 29, 3-5pm no rain date
Place: Cannon Park, at Gardner and Kilgore

Celebrate 35 Years of UPHA at Red Line

UPHA is 35 years old!

After 35 years, one of the oldest and most active neighborhood association in Raleigh continues to pursue it’s mission to sustain a safe, stable, and attractive living community.

Local residents founded the University Park Homeowners’ Association to preserve the quality of this unique and historic Raleigh neighborhood, while promoting reasonable and desirable growth. UPHA represents residents who live within the area bounded by Wade Avenue on the north, Hillsborough Street on the south, Faircloth Street on the west, and Oberlin Road on the east.

Help up celebrate 35 years of service by welcoming one of the newest, local businesses to our neighborhood. Red Line Beer & Wine opened it’s doors this spring on Horne Street at Hillsborough in the old Post Office building.

Please join us Thursday June 9th between 6 pm and 7:30 pm for summer spirits, food from Groucho’s Deli, graciously provided by the Hillsborough Street Community Service Corporation, and socialize with your neighbors while checking out a few of the many new neighborhood businesses on Hillsborough Street.

Walk on down, or since most of the students are away for summer there’ll be plenty of parking.

 

 

Celebrate the “O” with “Q” on May 28

The Friends of Oberlin Village are sponsoring a barbecue fundraiser Saturday, May 28th from 5 to 8 pm. Your $10 a plate donation gets you food, live music, and fun and helps preserve and honor the historic Oberlin Village, a community established by freed slaves in what is now part of University park.

You can find the party behind the Interact Building at 1014 Oberlin road, right by the historic Oberlin Cemetery. Bring a chair or blanket. And don’t forget to buy a chance on a beautiful, hand-made quilt being raffled for the benefit of the Oberlin Village project.

Live & Local: Earth Day 2016 on Hillsborough Street

Live & Local: Earth Day 2016 is a FREE event on Saturday, April 9, 2016 in Compiegne Park, located just off the 2300 block of Hillsborough Street. The event will feature three stages, multiple bands, kids zone, bouncy houses, food trucks and environmental workshops. Hillsborough Street will not be closed for the event. Live & Local: Earth Day 2016 is presented by Live It Up! Hillsborough Street, in partnership with New Belgium Brewery and Raleigh Brewing Company. –

See more at: www.hillsboroughstreet.org/earthday2016