Current two-year terms of office for two Harper’s Choice Village Board seats and the Columbia Council Representative seat expire on April 30, 2018. Two Board of Director nomination petitions were received from Jim Smith and Rebecca Beall and one Columbia Council Representative petition was received from Alan Klein. Per the Harper’s Choice Community Association bylaws, if the number of nominations is less than or equal to the number of vacant director positions, the qualified nominees shall be deemed to be elected by the members and the Board of Directors will appoint the nominees to the director positions. The terms of office for the three nominees will be May 1, 2018 through April 30, 2020.
· Live music featuring WhatsherFace and the Stuff, a six-piece band performing hits from the 50s through today, along with other musical guests.
· Book swap—bring books to trade with your neighbors
· Face painting
· One-day coupon deals from Village Center stores
· Information on local organizations and opportunities
· Arts and crafts vendors
· Food, games, and more…
A Festival Week Food Drive will begin collecting nonperishables at Safeway April 21. The food pantry, serving low-income Harper’s Choice residents, will be represented at the Festival, providing a chance to learn more about their services.
If you’d like to exhibit at the Festival as an organization based in and/or serving Harper’s Choice (priority given to nonprofits and community groups), or for more information on the event, please contact NVHC at email@example.com.