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In this edition:

  • Weekend of April 29 Events!
  • Cinco de Mayo Membership Appreciation Party, May 5
  • Annual Art Pop-Up, May 7
  • Ginter Park Neighborhood-Wide Yard Sale, May 7
  • GPRA Volunteers Needed!

The Merry Month of May Is Upon Us!

The month of April brought us the beginning of a beautiful Spring season, with neighborhood gardens and landscaping providing beautiful backdrops for our walks and gatherings of neighbors. Virginia Historic Garden Week, Bellevue’s Porchella, Shakespeare at Agecroft Hall, A milllion Bloooms at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, and many other outdoor events beckoning us to get out to see friends, the sites, and to enjoy the weather. Here are a few upcomimg events for your weekend pleasure:

Maymont Herbs Galore and More! 

Saturday, April 30, 2022
Carriage House Lawn


Find everything you need for your garden at Richmond’s favorite plant sale, Herbs Galore & More!

Bring a wagon and select from a staggering variety of herbs, annuals, perennials, trees, vegetables and garden goods offered by dozens of nurseries and specialty vendors from across the Mid-Atlantic region. All in one easy day of shopping on the Carriage House Lawn at Maymont, with live music and food trucks — it’s fun for the whole family.

$7 per person
FREE for members and children ages 12 and under.

Online ticket sales recommended! Tickets day of event are $9 per person.

Click this link for Tickets and more information:

Arts in the Park! 51st Annual Show and Sale

Saturday, April 30 and Sunday, May 1, Byrd Park around the Carillon.

Unticketed event, family-friendly, features over 450 artists. This is a rain or shine event. Free shuttle from City Stadium.

Our own Maggie Stewart will be there with her garden art, blooms created from glass and china. 

May Neighborhood Events!

Cinco de Mayo Fiesta, GPRA Membership Appreciation Party

Thursday, May 5, 2022, 6:00 pm

Hosted by GPRA at the home of Julie O’Kelly, 3100 Noble Avenue

Ginter Park 23222


Featuring Taco Bar with delicious condiments and  side dishes 

This festive event is for Members Only to express our appreciation for their support of our neighborhood and civic association. Food and some beverages are provided.  You may bring your favorite beverage. Not a dues-paying Member yet?  Go to Membership on the menu of our website, select Join GPRA, complete the form and pay dues conveniently on-line, or sign up and pay at the party. 

Don’t Miss a Thing, Become a Member! 

Third Annual Art Pop-Up!

Saturday, May 7, 2022 (Rain Date May 14)

10:00 am to 3:00 pm

1501 Wilmington Avenue

Laburnum Park 23227

Back Garden and Deck of Nancy Falcone and Mark Vasas-this is an unticketed, not-to-be-missed event. 

This unique pop-up marketplace features the arts and creations of local artisans in a funky neighborhood garden setting.  The offerings are diverse-mosaics, garden art, jewelry, paintings, succulents in unique planters, ceramics, baby rompers, children’s book, and more. This event was immensely successful and well-attended last year, so  come on out.  Plenty of on-street parking.


Ginter Park Neighborhood-Wide Yard Sale

Saturday, May 7, Rain or Shine, 8:00 am to 2:00 pm

Register now with organizer, Margaret Barre, You register for the yard sale, do the spring cleaning, organize your sale, and GPRA Communications will create a map of the participating households, will promote the sale to 30 surrounding neighborhoods one week in advance of the sale, and will provide some signage at prominent intersections.

Currently, we have 10 registered households:

1400 Laburnum Park Blvd.

1407 Wilmington Avenue

1610 Palmyra Avenue

3616 Seminary Avenue

3913 Seminary Avenue

4817 East Seminary Avenue

3618 Noble Avenue

3703 Moss Side Avenue

3503  Montrose Avenue

3225 Edgewood Avenue

If you registered or emailed, but do not see your address here, please email Susan at  You may continue to register until Friday, May 6.  

GPRA Volunteers Needed! 

  • Our neighborhood’s most critical need is for a Public Safety Committee and Chair- a team of concerned neighbors from the 10 districts within our association boundaries and a leader to promote good public safety practices among neighbors and to intereact with RPD officers and leadership and our association Board on a regular basis to address issues within Ginter Park.
  • GPRA President Susan Rebillot has been standing in for the Public Safety Chair role, has been fielding and responding to neighbors’ communications, and has a scheduled meeting with 4th Precinct Commander, Donald Davenport and Lt. Robert Fleming Tuesday, May 3, 2:00 pm at headquarters, 2219 Chamberlayyne Avenue to review our concerns.  Contact Susan at if you would like to contribute information about safety concerns or incidents in Ginter Park, would like to attend the meeting, or would like to volunteer for our committee.
  • Membership Committee- while our new website takes care of what used to be a daunting task of tracking Members and collecting dues, we need a small team to collaborte with the Board and with District Reps and Block Captains to residents, to understand their interests, to promote enrollment, and to plan membership campaigns and appreciation events. Email Susan Rebillot

Your time and talent has an impact close to home. Consider volunteering.

Our sincere condolences to neighbor, Stacy Luks, on the loss of Lola.

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