This year’s Trinity Park NNO event will take place in Trinity Park on Tuesday, August 7th beginning at 6PM. All are invited to join us for food, fun activities for the kids, and to meet some of our local government and public safety officials.
The Trinity Park Neighborhood Association will be grilling hot dogs and providing beverages and snacks. We encourage neighbors to bring a side dish to share! We will also have activities and games for the kids and perhaps a live bee hive exhibit courtesy of TPNA Board member and local bee keeper Matthew Yearout.
Every year since 1984 the National Association of Town Watch has sponsored National Night Out, (NNO). The city of Durham has participated for many years with National Association to support and sponsor local community events and activities. This year’s National Night Out date is Tuesday, August 7th, and the Trinity Park Neighborhood Association, in conjunction with the City of Durham Police Department, is sponsoring a NNO community event and activities in Trinity Park.
The event is meant to increase awareness about police programs in communities, such as drug prevention, town watch, neighborhood watch, and other anti- crime efforts. But the event is so much more for our Trinity Park community. It is a chance to come out and meet your neighbors and friends for an evening of socializing and to meet new and old neighbors, form friendships, and to support and promote efforts to improve our Trinity Park neighborhood!
More details will follow on the listserv.
We are also looking for volunteers to help organize events, setup and take down tables, help with activities, and cleanup. Ideas for events are welcome! Please contact Steven Falzarano at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Please look for additional information on the Trinity Park listserv and web site as the date approaches.