BNA Annual Meeting
The Broadmeadow Neighborhood Association holds the Annual Meeting of its members (all Broadmeadow neighbors!) on the second Saturday of February each year at 10:00 a.m. at Broadmeadow United Methodist Church. BNA is a non-dues paying organization designed to bring neighbors together. Neighbors are encouraged to attend the Annual Meeting and to participate in events throughout the year. The Annual Meeting is a wonderful opportunity to meet the BNA leadership, learn about BNA events and hear about opportunities to get involved and support BNA. Last Saturday in February.
BNA Crawfish Boil
The annual crawfish boil with crawfish, potatoes, corn and sausage, is held on Normandy Drive. We’ll also have hot dogs for the kids and, live music is planned. Mid April.
4th of July Parade
Each year on the 4th of July, neighbors join at Broadmeadow United Methodist Church for an annual parade. Costumes are encouraged! Potluck lunch will be held immediately after the parade. July 4.
Fall Clean-Up Day
Saturday, October 21 7:30—11 a.m. AmeriCorps is sending 40 volunteers to pick up trash, clear debris and vacant lots in our neighborhood. BNA must match those volunteers 1 for 1! Go to http://signup.com/go/wEPDRbX to volunteer. Coffee and assignments will be at Broadmeadow Pavilion 4419 Broadmeadow Dr. At 8 a.m. Clean up begins! See you there!
It’s trick or treat time! This Halloween, we will have a scary bash of a party! Stay tuned for more details about this awesome neighborhood event!
Live Music, BBQ, Lucky Town Brews, Zoo Mobile, MS Urban Forest, Keep Jackson Beautiful and MORE! November 4th, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at St. Richard Catholic Church Lawn.
On the 16th of December we will show our Christmas spirit and come together and enjoy the true meaning of Christmas. More details to come.
Christmas Light Competition
Yes, even during the season of given and caring, our neighborhood will have a fierce competition to see who puts up the best lights! Just a heads up, you don’t want to come in dead last! More details on the winner’s prize and the loser’s shame to come soon.