Dining For Art Remaining Tickets

  1. Dining For Art: Chris & Kelly Arnold; Donny & Sara Burnett; Bob Jeffrey; Beata Malinowsk

    February 29 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
  2. Dining For Art: Susan & Mark Croson

    February 29 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Upcoming Events

February 29, 2020
  • Dining For Art: Chris & Kelly Arnold; Donny & Sara Burnett; Bob Jeffrey; Beata Malinowsk

    February 29, 2020 / 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
    2306 1ST AVE N St. Petersburg, FL 33713

    Leap into the Arts in Historic Nolen’s Market
    —Handcrafted cocktails & hors d’oeuvres while you shop for art in St. Pete’s first grocery store. Artists attending: Michael Baker; Sally Hacket Brown; Bob Jeffrey; D. YaeL Kelley; Beata Malinowski

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  • Dining For Art: Susan & Mark Croson

    February 29, 2020 / 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
    3229 7TH AVE N St. Petersburg, FL 33713

    Historic Kenwood Fluau
    —Casual dinner & drinks – Florida Luau Style. Poolside in our backyard tropical paradise. Artist attending: Doug Thonnen

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  • Dining For Art: Kathy Young

    February 29, 2020 / 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
    2945 7TH AVE N St. Petersburg, FL 33713

    Dinner in Deutschland
    —German-themed dinner at Kathy’s beautiful, art-filled, BungalowFest featured home.

    Event Link


March 3, 2020
  • Super Tuesday (regional holiday)

    March 3, 2020


March 4, 2020
  • HKNA General Meeting

    March 4, 2020 / 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
    Metro Inclusive Health, 3251 3rd Ave N, St. Petersburg, FL 33713, USA

    Historic Kenwood General meeting.


March 8, 2020
  • Daylight Saving Time starts

    March 8, 2020


March 10, 2020
  • AEHK Meeting

    March 10, 2020 / 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
    King Of Peace, 3150 5th Ave N, St. Petersburg, FL 33713, USA

    Artist Enclave of Historic Kenwood meeting.


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Founder’s Day, March 14, 2020

Please plan to attend our annual Founders Day celebration in Seminole Park. We will be celebrating HKNA’s 30th year and the 108th year of the first founders day. We will have free hot dogs, hamburgers, and veggie burgers with all the sides. There will be activities for the kids, a DJ and the Mayor and Chief of Police will be in attendance. The celebration starts at 11:00 AM and goes until 2:00 PM. Fun for all!!!!
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For anybody living HK and considering historic designation, I live in an area that was designated last year and voted for it, and now I have regrets...

We have old windows that are rotting and some need to be replaced. We are not wealthy residents and windows are expensive. We cannot afford to replace all of our windows at once. We also cannot afford wooden windows as they are much more expensive than vinyl. Plenty of our neighbors have vinyl windows that are indistinguishable from the old wooden ones. When we voted in favor of the designation, the information we had received put us under the impression that we could make changes to our home so long as they did not impact the outward look of the home. Now we are learning that as the need arises to replace our windows, moving from wood to vinyl will trigger a $300 review process.

Once approved, we are good for 18 months, but we have a home with 20 windows and 2 French doors. We cannot afford to change them all within 18 months, so we are looking at paying that $300 fee every time the need arises to change out a window. We are under enough stress trying to afford these windows without this additional cost - which feels exorbitant. Is anybody else butting up against these issues? It seems the matrix the city is using was designed for wealthy folks only.
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That sounds like an unreasonable burden.

Emer, there are ways to do this that will accomplish your goals without creating a major issue as you described. One of our association members has reached out to Derek Kilborn who is the Manager for Urban Design and Historic Preservation to provide more background and he an his staff can work with you to assist you thru the project. there are ways to work thru the 18 month period and get that extended so that you do not have to reapply and pay again. Let those of us that have been thru the process a number of times help you. It is not as onerous as it sounds. To everyone reading this please don't start down a road of dispart and panic. Sometimes we don't always as the right questions or get the correct information when process like this are new. lets all work together so that this is not only an easy process but also continues to protect us form the challenges we face as a popular neighborhood. That is what the association can do. Thanks Bob Jeffrey

Give me a call 727-542-4780. We all love this neighborhood and want the best all around. Anyone else having issues please call. I have owned many historic properties in a variety of districts and most anything appropriate is possible but one needs to ask the right questions and explain their projects in a way that makes sense to the city staffers that sometimes dont understand property owners issues. If we all work together it will be good for all in the end

Annie Kenwood is absolutely correct about asking the right questions and working with the City so that there is clarity. We love Historic Kenwood and our local historic designation (we’re in Seminole Park LHD). And we’ve found the City staff professional to work with - we feel confident this issue can be clarified and resolved and are willing to help out too!

I hope it works out, Emer. We love having you in the neighborhood.

Emer Kelly Also, don't be so quick to give upon restoring your old wood windows. There is a former board member that has an old wood window repair business. He lives on Second Ave. N. His name is Alec Smith.

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Porch Party
Friday, Feb. 14th, 7 - 10 p.m.
261 29th St. N.
Please join your friends and neighbors this Friday at the great home on Seminole Park of Traci and Tanner Boyle. The Boyles, who are Florida natives, chose Kenwood when they returned to their home state several years ago and are very happy with their decision. They enjoy raising rescue animals and currently have 4 dogs.
At Friday's porch party, we're doing a Kenwood chili cookoff. You're all invited to bring your favorite chili. Don't have a favorite? Then please bring a dish of any kind to share and a beverage of your choice. We'll be asking everyone to cast their votes for the best neighborhood chili.
This will be a fun a party. Hope to see you there.
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Valentine's Day Games
Saturday, Feb. 8, 2 - 4 p.m.
Seminole Park
3rd Ave. N. & 30th St. N.
Please join us for some fun Valentine’s Day games. We’ll play heart hopscotch, Cupid’s arrow, Valentine’s Family Feud, and do a heart tower challenge. There will be fun Valentine’s treats for a snack. We look forward to seeing you there! Happy Valentine’s Day to you all.
Kenwood Kidz is a free event held on the 2nd Saturday of each month from 2 to 4 pm in Seminole Park. Children of all ages are welcome
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