Midtown Projects & Events
Neighborhood Association schedules a variety of events throughout the
year to promote and preserve the character and quality of living in the
Midtown Neighborhood. These events are just some of the ways we bring
neighbors together and bring the rest of the city to Midtown.
Fashioned Fourth of July Parade & Celebration
Join us each year for a parade and more with that old fashion picnic feel,
games and food. Fourth of July, 2012 10am
Victorian Christmas Homes Tour
Midtown homeowners graciously open their homes
to visitors for a guided tour. Hosts explain the history of the structure
and relate information about the home
Concerts in the Park
In the summer of 2001, Midtown kicked off our "Music in the Park"
series. Past performers have included The Garbonzos, Poco Loco, Radio
Flyer, Jim & Kim Lansford, Lyal Strickland, and The Gallier Brothers.
The concerts and refreshments are free of charge and begin at 6pm. Bring a lawn chair,
a picnic dinner and your friends and family. More info here>
Neighborhood Watch Program
Midtown currently has a Neighborhood Watch Program
covering a large part of the neighborhood. Nine households have volunteered
to serve as block captains. For more information, please contact Randy Greer (Program Coordinator) at 417.831.5911 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring Clean Up
One of the
most popular events for Midtown has been our neighborhood-wide clean-up.
It will be scheduled at a later date. We will have dumpsters on the east
side of the Cox North Medical Center's east parking lot along Benton Street.
Anything but hazadorous waste can be put in the dumpsters. We will also
have a tree service company to chip limbs and branches. Volunteers are
needed to help pick up merchandise from homes that can't get to the dumpster
More details to come
cleanup event. More details to come.
Midtown Neighborhood Association is pleased to announce a scholarship
program for a Midtown resident.
For the 8th year, the Midtown Neighborhood Association is pleased to offer a $1,000 scholarship for a high school senior going on to further their education at a two or four year college or university. While it is not a requirement, students that attend local institutions (Drury University, Missouri State University and Ozarks Technical Community College) will be given special consideration. Applicants may be attending any Springfield high school or home school.
HERE TO DOWNLOAD AN APPLICATION
questions should be directed to Jana Sisco, Scholarship Chair, 1440 N.
Clay, Springfield, MO 65802 (417) 234-7735