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  • BungalowFest Saturday Night Gala Event (with complimentary Home Tour next day)

  • BungalowFest Sunday Home Tour



Located just west of downtown St. Petersburg, Historic Kenwood is a charming neighborhood filled with historic bungalows and tree-lined brick streets. We enthusiastically embrace the arts, and we actively cultivate an authentic, friendly culture where people are welcoming, diverse, and engaged.

Our neighborhood association  actively promotes a wide range of activities aimed at making Historic Kenwood a better and better place to live and work. We're always seeking volunteers who bring fresh ideas and good energy. Come get involved!

To see a listing of some of the properties for sale and rent in the neighborhood, click here.

To read about our new and exciting "Kenwood Exchange" please click here and look for #2

To see the new proposed changes to the HKNA Bylaws, please click here.
If you have a question about the Bylaw changes, use the contact button at the top of this page to e-mail President John Seibert.

BungalowFest Gala

Saturday, November 1, 2014 - 7:00pm to 10:00pm
The weekend will kick off with an evening gala featuring dining and music under the stars and a gallery opening, “Art in the Heart of Kenwood,” which will showcase 25 artists from the Artist Enclave of Historic Kenwood. 17 restaurants will be presenting a sampling of their food.

BungalowFest Home Tour

Sunday, November 2, 2014 - 10:00am

For the first time we will hold our signature home tour on a Sunday. BungalowFest is an annual home tour and art festival that allows the Historic Kenwood neighborhood to open it's historic homes and showcase its many artists. http://www.historickenwood.org/bungalowfest-2014


Neighborhood Association Meeting

Tuesday, November 4, 2014 - 7:00pm
Metro Wellness Center 3251 3rd Avenue N.



Friday, November 14, 2014 - 7:00pm

For this monthly porch party, we're going to try something different. At our last street party, John and Betty brought latkes, a traditional dish for them. It was such a big hit that John proposed an International-themed outside street party, where everyone brings a dish that reflects their heritage. We'll be setting up themed tables asking for Table Captains, who will be in charge of decorating their table in the theme of their region. Click "read more".

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