The Harper’s Choice Community Association (HCCA) is a non-profit civic organization whose Mission is to promote the health, safety, common good and social welfare of all citizens who reside in the village of Harper’s Choice, regardless of whether they own or rent their homes.
There are three neighborhoods in the Village of Harper’s Choice.
- Longfellow, the first neighborhood in the village, was named for the American poet, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, and all the street names are taken from his poems.
- Hobbit’s Glen was inspired by J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit. All of the street names in this neighborhood come from Tolkien’s works, including the The Lord of the Rings trilogy.
- Swansfield’s name was inspired by an etching titled The Swan by James Abbott Whistler. Street names here were inspired by the titles of Whistler’s and Winslow Homer’s works of art.
The entire village was part of Jericho, a farm once owned by the late Robert Harper Goodloe Carroll. The name was chosen because of his fondness for this particular site. Kahler Hall, the community center, was named for the Kahler family whose farm was located here.
Kahler Hall is the Community Center building for Harper’s Choice and is located at 5440 Old Tucker Row. Many community activities take place at Kahler Hall. The building is the meeting house for both the Village Board of Directors and the Architectural Committee. It also serves as a reception hall, providing party and meeting space for groups as small as 2 and as large as 220.
Contact us with any questions, concerns, or suggestions. Together, we can make Harper’s Choice a great community.