Richmond Highlands Neighborhood forms Meetup Group

Friday, January 23, 2015

The Richmond Highlands Neighborhood Association has a new group for residents of Richmond Highlands and interested people from neighboring areas.

We're working on a variety of events in and around our neighborhood, with a focus on building community and meeting the people and companies within our neighborhood.

Right now they are working on scheduling a tour of the fire department, a dinner at Spiro's, and more! Other meetups will include dinners, open houses with businesses, coffee meetups at Richmond Highlands' new coffee house, and who knows what else!

If you're good at organizing gatherings and events, and would like to help administer this group, please let us know! If you are part of a business that would like to coordinate an event with us, let us know that, too!

Joining is free and easy! People who aren't members of Meetup are welcome to attend events too. Some events do require RSVPs, though, and RSVPing needs to be done through the group. Sign up online.

If you have questions, you can send them via the meetup group, or to the email address

We hope to see you at some events!
Map of Richmond Highlands Neighborhood

The Richmond Highlands Neighborhood Association is committed to building our community in a variety of ways. This meetup group will advertise both hosted and non-hosted events to help you meet your neighbors and find out what's going on in our fabulous neighborhood!
Our activities could be anything; the key ingredients will be community and fun!

We may stay in the Richmond Highlands area, or we may gather together to run further afield - as near as other Shoreline neighborhoods, as far as Lake Forest Park or beyond! Dinners, gatherings, walks, talks, book groups, who knows! The neighborhood is our oyster!

Join us and get to know your neighbors and this amazing neighborhood! This group is an experiment to see if there's interest in our community.

To make it really succeed, we'd love to have more people on board interested in helping find and host activities. If that's you, let us know!


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