2023 Trolley Tour Tickets On Sale

Come see the lights of Lockeland Springs via a Christmas Trolley Tour on December 21st and quite possibly sing a Christmas song or two along the way! We’ll load up the trolley at Urban Cowboy (16th and Woodland) at the top and bottom of the hour with the first tour starting at 5:00 and the…

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Upcoming Event – The Future of East Nashville: Fish Fry & Facts

This is an opportunity for the East Nashville community to get together, socialize, and learn about the proposed development on the East Bank. Most importantly, it is an opportunity for residents to speak their mind on what changes they do or don’t want to see in the community. Event Info: Time and Date: Sunday, February…

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Neighborhood Cleanup on April 13th

Save the date! On Saturday, April 13 we’ll be hosting this year’s Community + Clean Up event at Bass Park (1602 Holly Street)  (Important: Rain contingency info listed below.) Last year’s event was a huge success and we’d love to build on it and make this year’s even better. We’ll be collecting trash around the…

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Old House Fair on March 2nd

The Metropolitan Historical Commission Foundation and partners will host the 2019 Old House Fair on Saturday, March 2, 2019, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., at the Sevier Park Community Center, 3021 Lealand Avenue. The Old House Fair is a FREE day-long festival showcasing new ideas, practical advice, innovative materials, and quality services for homeowners to learn more…

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LSNA Announces 2018 Grants

The Lockeland Spring Neighborhood Association awards grants annually to organizations working to improve the quality of life in our greater neighborhood.  Funds are raised through our annual Home Tour and through membership dues. The LSNA Board voted on grant applications at their August meeting and are pleased to announce the recipients for 2018.  Grants were…

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Neighbor to Neighbor: Derek Hoke

Name: Derek Hoke Job: Musician/Host $2 Tuesdays at 5 Spot Time in Lockeland Springs: 20 years October 2017   Where are you from originally? I was born in Brunswick, GA, but grew up in Florence, SC. A pretty small town about an hour or so from the beach. It’s where I-20 and I-95 intersect. Lots…

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Rosemary-Beauty Queen Update

A proposed restaurant and bar on Forrest Avenue near Five Points has delayed its opening while the project team — largely comprised of movers and shakers in the music and hospitality industries — works through a series of challenges involving Metro approvals. The Rosemary and Beauty Queen initially targeted a fall 2016 opening for what…

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LSNA Treasurer’s Review

This year our financial goal was to increase our spending on grants that would help to educate, enhance safety, build community, and beautify the neighborhood. We gifted a record $6,662 to local projects, an increase of more than $4,000 from the prior year. Due to membership renewals and our 38th Annual Home Tour we continue to be in a strong financial position.

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