A message from Broad St. Elementary School:
School staff will be parading in cars through the Broad Street neighborhoods on Wednesday, April 1st. The parade kicks off at 1 pm.
We will have a police escort and ask that families come outside their homes so our teachers can wave and cheer for you (and maybe you can cheer for your teachers too!).
A reminder that we are still social distancing. Please do NOT gather near one another – this is not a time to socialize. We are certain we can bring the community together in a positive way by continuing to be safe and social distance from one another.
We look forward to seeing all of you on Wednesday! We miss you all and appreciate all the work you are doing at home. Stay healthy!
Parade Maps: Broad St | Kessler Farm Drive
Additional parade information can also be found on the PTO Facebook page, daily announcements, and google classrooms.
The board will hold a budget meeting at the main clubhouse next Tuesday, December 17 at 6:00 pm to allow the homeowners to ask questions or comment on the FY 2020 budget that you all received in the mail last week.
This meeting will be solely for the discussion on the 2020 budget and will be followed by the regular board meeting at 7:00 pm.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call our property manager at 877-423-5050.
[This notice was originally sent to unit owners via email on Wed., Oct. 23, 2019.]
Board of Directors Meeting
November 4, 2019 @6:00 pm Main Clubhouse
1. Board Meeting Commences: ________________ PM
2. Preliminary Presentation from Aaron Bennett on Reserve Study
3. Adjournment: ______ pm
North Point Property Management LLC on behalf of The Villages at Kessler Farm Condominium Association
(603) 594-2300 | northpointmanagement.com
Bob Pope will be hosting a FREE monthly music session on the fourth Wednesday of the month. The first session is Wednesday, Oct 23, 7-9:30 PM, at the main clubhouse.
This is an acoustic bluegrass/old time/folk music jam. No drums, mega-amps, etc. Bob will make exceptions for small, low volume amps.
All levels of pickers and grinners welcome. Or just come and sit and listen to some fine music!
Due to the lack of interest, the VKF Community BBQ and potluck picnic has been canceled.
We would like to invite you to the VKF Community BBQ and potluck picnic!
The details for this event is as follows:
• DATE: Saturday, September 28th (Rain date is the 29th)
• TIME: Noon
• LOCATION: Main Clubhouse on Glencliff
• WHAT TO BRING: A dish to share and chairs.
The association will be providing hamburgers, hotdogs, corn on the cob, and baked beans.
Nancy and Bill Dubois have offered to coordinate this event and they are looking for residents to assist them. Please email them to volunteer. Areas of help needed are: planning, set up, cooking and clean up, etc.
To assist with our planning, please RSVP by September 13th with the number of adults and children that will be attending.
Come meet your neighbors and make new friends!
Please be aware that the clubhouse has limited capacity and based on responses there are approximately 14 people who have confirmed to me they are attending the meeting tonight. If we have more people show up than the clubhouse can accommodate, unfortunately people will have to be turned away.
This meeting is only to explain what a neighborhood watch is to help determine if this is something folks are interested in bringing back.
Any questions not related to the information presented I ask that they be held until after the Nashua PD has finished.
I will have a sign in sheet only for the purpose of identifying what streets are being represented to identify gaps and to indicate if attendees are interested in being their street point of contact. That way if there is enough interest to formally bring back neighborhood watch some recruitment can be done where no representation has been made or where no point of contacts have volunteered.
Ideally for meetings 1-2 people per street (which can of course rotate) to act as liaison would help make sure no one is turned away. My street has 24 units with 1-5 adults at each unit, so if everyone on my street attended we would be over capacity. We have over 400 units in our community.