The Broadmeadow Neighborhood Association (BNA) in the top of Fondren has announced a weekend of service and community events coming in April.
Broadmeadow’s spring cleanup on April 27 focuses on trash and debris pickup throughout the neighborhood. Previous events have helped to clean up vacant lots and take code violation issues off the books.
Participants will meet at Broadmeadow United Methodist Church‘s picnic pavilion in the west side of their campus. Volunteers will be treated to donuts before and a cookout after.
On the same day on Normandy Drive, BNA will host their annual crawfish boil. Crawfish is served all-you-can-eat for $10. A beer truck will be on site and refillable cups will also be $10.
The following day, Sunday, April 28, the neighborhood will host their now semiannual real estate open house.
View a selection of price ranges and home styles with refreshments provided by BNA.
“Whether you are ready to buy or just thinking about a change, the ‘Top of Fondren’ is a vibrant community with very good buys on small to large homes and beautiful old growth trees and spacious lots,” the association said.
The Broadmeadow Neighborhood of Jackson, Mississippi is “a unique place not so far removed from the stories of suburban utopia passed down from lawnchair to lawnchair.” Located at the top of the historic Fondren district, Broadmeadow is defined North and South by Northside Drive and Meadowbrook Road and East and West by I-55 and State Street.