SEPTEMBER

SAY GOODBYE TO SUMMER 2020 AND HELLO TO FALL 2020! FALL BEGINS ON SEPTEMBER 22. FALL IS A BEAUTIFUL TIME OF YEAR IN LEXINGTON AND CENTRAL KENTUCKY. SOON LEAVES ON TREES AND SHRUBS WILL BE ADDING COLOR TO THE LANDSCAPE. THIS IS THE BEST MONTH OF THE YEAR TO PUT OUT SOME GRASS SEED ON THOSE BARE SPOTS IN OUR YARDS. ALL THE RAIN WE ARE HAVING TO START THE MONTH  MAY NOT BE GREAT FOR OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES BUT IT IS GREAT FOR GRASS SEED. 

Sept 5, Saturday, the Kentucky Derby. That may not sound right, but due to COVID 19 the Derby  for 2020 was moved from the first Saturday in May to the first Saturday in September.

Sept 7, Monday, Labor Day. Take time to reflect on the American worker’s contributions to our country.

Sept 13, Sunday, National Grandparents Day.

Sept 18, Friday, Rosh Hashanah. The Jewish New Year runs from sundown Sept 18 to sundown Sept 20.

Sept 19, Saturday, Sunrise Archery from 10 a.m. to noon at Hisle Farm Park, 3551 Briar Hill Road. This free event will teach you skills to begin and practice a new hobby safely, help you brush up on your skills, and allow you to begin hunting or competitive pursuit if you so chose. You will learn all you need to know about basic shooting equipment and you will have ample time to practice. Participants must bring their own equipment. Phone 859-225-4073 if you have questions.

Sept 22, Tuesday,  Fall Equinox. FALL begins today!

Sept 28, Monday, National Neighbor Day. Today we celebrate the importance of being a good neighbor while contributing to our community and each other.

Sept 29, Tuesday, National Coffee Day.

AS THE COVID 19 PANDEMIC CONTINUES, PLEASE FOLLOW COVID 19 RULES AND KEEP 6 FEET BETWEEN YOU AND PERSONS WHO ARE NOT FAMILY MEMBERS WHEN OUT WALKING OUR SIDEWALKS AND CONVERSING WITH NEIGHBORS. PLEASE OBSERVE OUR POSTED SPEED LIMIT OF 25 MPH AS MORE PEOPLE ARE OUT WALKING, JOGGING, AND BICYCLING. IT TAKES A SPLIT SECOND FOR A CHILD TO DART OFF OF A SIDEWALK INTO THE STREET. PLEASE SLOW DOWN WHEN DRIVING IN OUR NEIGHBORHOOD.

It is always good to remind ourselves of our neighborhood deed restrictions. You can find them by clicking Governing Documents on this website. You will also find some of Lexington’s ordinances that cover noise, parking on the street, and street tree maintenance. Respect the rights of your neighbors to the  peaceful enjoyment of their properties by complying with our deed restrictions and local ordinances.  

 

 

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