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Fall Party 2018 Coming November 4th

Sunday Nov 4th  1-5pm Delmar & Palo Pinto Join your BACD neighbors for food, fun, and music at our annual Fall Party social and fundraising event featuring: CHILI COOKOFF GREAT BACD BAKEOFF BREW BOAST KIDS ACTIVITIES SILENT AUCTION CORK PULL LIVE MUSIC … Continue reading

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Porch Crawl 2018 – April 28

Please join us for Porch Crawl 2018! Each street in BACD hosts the neighborhood for an hour. We drink, snack, and mingle. When the hour is up, we move in mass to the next street. We will start on Belmont … Continue reading

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FALL PARTY 2017 – November 5th

Mark your calendars now!  BACD Fall Party 2017 is Sunday, November 5th from 1:00p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the corner of Palo Pinto and Delmar (same location as last year).  Come meet new neighbors and catch up with not-so-new ones. … Continue reading

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NextDoor Good Neighbors Party Sept 29

Nobody loves a party like the BACD!  National Night Out is just around the corner and the annual Fall Party comes in November. But before all that, we have another great party planned. This one is being hosted by … Continue reading

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PORCH CRAWL This Weekend!

Saturday April 29, 2017 – RAIN OR SHINE! BACD is ready for a party!  The event is this Saturday, April 29, beginning at 6pm at the Belmont Host home. From there we will move hourly to each additional home on the … Continue reading

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Porch Crawl 2017 – Are you ready to crawl?

Mark your calendars for Porch Crawl 2017: April 29, 2017! This year, we’ll be celebrating a different holiday on each street. We’re reversing the order of streets this year. We’ll start with Cinqo de Mayo on Belmont and end with … Continue reading

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Update on Vickery Towers

The old Vickery Towers building at Greenville and Belmont was torn down last year and many BACD residents have asked about the future of the site. The owner of the senior’s home had intended to develop a residential community on … Continue reading

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