Cherokee Triangle 2015 Summer Concert Series
Concerts are held Sundays from 7 – 9 p.m. in Willow Park at Cherokee Parkway and Willow Ave.
May 31 –Joe Debow (Blues, R&B, Rock, Jazz and Pop)
June 7 – Lost Boys (Old Time Rock ‘N’ Roll)
June 14 – Rick Bartlett’s Rock ‘N’ Soul Revival
June 21 – Laurie Jane and the 45s (Swing)
June 28 –Appalatin (Caribbean/Bluegrass/Latin)
July 5 – Uptown Band (Rock, Pop and R&B)
July 12 – Kenny James (Rockabilly)
July 19 – Decades (Music Spanning the Decades)
July 26 – Delicious Blues Stew (Cajun and Blues)
Aug. 2 – Will Cary (Nightcrawler Rock)
Aug. 9 – The Tarnations (Blues/Funk Boogie)
Aug. 16 – Rain Date
Aug. 23 – Rain Date
Aug. 30 – Rain Date
Sept. 6 – Ovation Orchestra (Big Band Swing)
No Alcohol – No Pets – No Soliciting The event is free.
Please bring canned goods, soap, tooth paste, tooth brushes, paper towels, dish-washing liquid or deodorant to support the Highland Community Ministry’s Dare To Care Food Pantry
Our Cherokee Triangle Association has a large membership with many active people who contribute to this community in so many ways. To be included and updated on all of the neighborhood happenings, please renew or begin your CTA membership using the form linked below.
CTA projects include fund-raising, publishing a newsletter, restoration projects (statues and Willow Park gazebo), summer concerts, preservation efforts and donations to Highland Community Ministries. We have also published a hardbound history of the Triangle.
Application for Exterior Changes
Triangle homeowners considering improvements or repairs on their property must apply using this form.
Besides this website, another news vehicle for the Triangle is the CTA quarterly newsletter. The purpose of the Cherokee Triangle Newsletter is:
- To keep members informed on current issues directly affecting the Cherokee Triangle neighborhood, including residents’ responsibilities and benefits by reason of living in a historic preservation neighborhood
- To inform members of the activities and identities of the Board of Trustees and to answer residents’ questions about those activities and respond to suggestions of residents
- To provide a medium for news and views of Triangle residents
- And to provide information about opportunities to serve the neighborhood as volunteers and information about opportunities for residents to meet their neighbors
If you have suggestions, complaints, questions, articles, observations, or stories you’d like to share, please contact the editor, Lynne Lyndrup, at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to work on the newsletter, the editors welcome assistance. Call the CTA office at 459-0256.