Something Mysterious is Brewing in Bellevue
Psssst, have you heard? Rumor has it that something scandalous will occur the evening of Friday, May 1st on Fairfield Avenue. Could it be….Murder! Who? How? Why? Mark your calendar now to play a part in the investigation and help solve the mystery. The merchants along The Avenue are just “dying” for you to experience an extraordinary evening!
Spring is in the air, which means Bellevue Blossoms returns! Bellevue Renaissance is hosting Bellevue Blossoms event on May 16, 2014 from 10 am to 5 pm along Fairfield Avenue. Bellevue Blossoms is a garden inspired event with vendors displaying merchandise, services and events along historic Fairfield Avenue. Have a chance to meet our special guests and get refreshed after our long harsh winter. No matter what size your yard is from huge to non-existent there will be something for you that will connect you with the beauty of Mother Nature. Our partners, the Bellevue Neighborhood Association, that bring us beautiful plantings and decorations to Fairfield Avenue will be there with incredible potted plants and other items.
Bellevue Renaissance will be accepting applications for vendors through the end of April. Please contact Jody if you are interested in selling your garden or nature themed items or services. You can reach Jody at: email@example.com or call 292-4220.
The Main Street Approach
Congratulations to the dedicated, hard-working Bellevue Renaissance volunteers for their Main Street program receiving accreditations from the National Main Street Center and Kentucky Main Street! The Main Street program is a proven economic and community development methodology with a foundation in historic preservation. For the past 34 years, the National Main Street Center has equipped more than 2,000 communities with an organizing framework to preserve and revitalize their traditional downtowns and commercial districts. By utilizing the Main Street Four Point Approach®, the affiliated Main Street organizations that make up the Main Street Network have rehabbed more than 246,000 buildings, produced $59.6 billion in investment, and created 502,728 jobs,
The Main Street 4-Point approach is a comprehensive, volunteer -driven approach focusing on the areas of: Economic Restructuring, Organization, Promotion, and Design. For more information please visit Bellevue Renaissance’s website at www.shopbellevueky.org. It takes volunteers to reach the revitalization goals, please consider volunteering.
We want to see your art on Bellevue’s most art-filled day.
Art in the Park
Saturday, September 12, 2015
11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Bellevue Beach Park
We ♥︎ artists, and we want to see your work at the 14th Annual Art in the Park! You’ll love our park setting and our appreciation for the talent on display. Hosted by Bellevue Renaissance, Art in the Park is a truly unique community event that brings together artists and craftspeople like you from all over the region. Visitors delight in activities such as hands-on children’s programming, live music by local musicians, belly dance performances and food from local independent restaurants.
Two independent judges will evaluate the work of each artist, and $650 in cash prizes is awarded for outstanding work in both Fine Art and Fine Craft categories. Additionally, attendees vote for the People’s Choice Award.
The application deadline is right around the corner — submissions must be postmarked by June 13. What are you waiting for?
Questions? Contact Jody Robinson at the City of Bellevue at 859.292.4220 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Small Business Super Series
Bellevue Renaissance and the Small Business Development Center are pleased to present the first installment in the Bellevue Renaissance Small Business Super Series on Tuesday, April 21 at 7 pm at the Callahan Community Center. You are invited to join them for “Going Back to The Start” to evaluate if your business has the basics in place and sound business fundamentals are being applied in your business. The presenter will focus on what the “end game” looks like for a business, specifically “YOUR” business, and if you are on target to get there. This free workshop focuses on a business owner’s responsibility for the success of their business.
CITY-WIDE YARD SALE
Earth Day is approaching making it a great time to be thinking about the City-Wide Yard Sale on Saturday, June 20th beginning at 8 am. The yard sale is all about the 3 R’s of going green: recycling, reuse, and reduce. In addition to going green this gives you two great options in one day:
- Eliminate items you no longer need while making some cool cash by hosting a yard sale.
- Find a new treasure or that something that you need by visiting one of the many yard sales in Bellevue.
The permit and fee are waived to encourage residents to participate. All you need to do is contact the city by stopping by or calling 431-8888 or 431-8866 to let us know the address of your yard sale. If you’d prefer to send an email with your address to email@example.com and Jody will make sure you’re on the list. We’re asking you for your address, so we can put you on the map of yard sales. Plus, we want to put how many yard sales in our advertisement to entice shoppers to come visit our beautiful community.