Join SABA for our first Normandy Park Camp Out on Saturday, Oct 15!
We'll be pitching tents, hiking, playing games and eating S'mores!
All campers are asked to register here:
This event is oriented towards children (recommended ages 6-11) and an accompanying parent or guardian. Unaccompanied children, and adults without children, won't be able to register.
5 PM: Optionally have picnic dinner in the park (bring your own food)
6:00: Pitch Your Tent + Activities
7:00: Night Hike to the Duck Pond
8:00: S'mores + Stories
9:00: Get ready for bed (we'll have access to the Normandy House bathrooms)
9:15 PM: Lights Out!
9:30: Adult time around the fire
Morning: wake up, pack up, play and relax. No activities planned.
All camp sites require (1) adult.
The Park MUST be quiet by 9:30. If we are not respectful of the neighbors we'll lose the privilege of having night events in the Park.
RAIN DATE: Oct. 22.
Saturday, July 23 - Concert in Normandy Park - 6-9pm
$10 adults, children under 12 FREE
Proceeds benefit civic associations and local initiatives in Haverford Township
Featuring Laura Mann and The Barrel Fires (featuring your neighbor and SABA Board Member- Michael Kay)
More information: http://kellymusicforlife.org/events/concert-in-the-park/
Saturday, August 13 - Movie in the Park - The Wizard Of Oz
Sponsored by SABA and Six:Eight Vineyard Church, we are excited to announce our second Movie in the Park event and our feature film: The Wizard of Oz. Showtimes start at 8- but come early to save your seat and pack a picnic. Snacks and beverages will be available for purchase.
Rain date: Sat, Aug 20
SABA would like to thank the hundreds of neighbors and friends who turned up for the July 4th parade and festivities this year, but we would especially like to thank the dedicated volunteers who made the event run so smoothly! Ticket-takers, hot dog cookers, water ice scoopers, Big Splash bucket-fillers, field game starters, set-up crew...it was due to your enthusiastic and patient assistance that the rest of us had so much fun.
One dedicated SABA member and officer, Ed Magargee, created a video
collage of the day, linked below. Enjoy it!
Come on out on the 4th! Our bike parade will leave from Chestnutwold Elementary at 10:00am and end up at Elwell Field, where the festivities will begin with a "best-decorated" bike/stroller/wagon contest. Then, if you’re hot, get under the Big Splash! If you’re hungry, hot dogs, pretzels, water ice, baked goods, and cold drinks will be available for purchase. There is no rain date for this event. If the weather is questionable, please check back here to verify the event’s status.
We need volunteers on the day of the event!
If you plan to attend, please consider helping out in any way you can: set up, lend a pop-up tent, donate some cupcakes, work the food table or sell tickets for a half hour.
To volunteer for a particular task, sign up online:
Come shop at the following addresses!
701 Aubrey Ave.
820 Aubrey Ave.
2806 Belmont Ave.
2928 Belmont Ave.
759 Hathaway Rd.
2940 Berkeley Ave.
2953 Normandy Rd.
607/609 Woodcrest Ave.
611 Woodcrest Ave.
614 Woodcrest Ave.
622 Woodcrest Ave.
617 Hazelwood Rd.
645 Hazelwood Rd.
744 Loraine St. - toys and furniture
811 Lorraine St. - tools, furniture, children's toys, clothes, bikes, CD's, games, home brewing equipment, kegs, keggles, carboys, etc.
615 Wynnewood Rd. - books, movies, video games, men's and women's clothing, household items
2438 Avon Rd. - garden tools, woodworking tools, household items
753 Oak View Rd. - everything $1 - Baby, toddler boy, furniture
Put on your Easter bonnet and join us in Normandy Park for our annual egg hunt!
Saturday, March 19, 11:00
Rain date: March 26
The Easter Bunny will arrive promptly at 11:00 to visit with children and lead us all in an Easter parade. Then we'll have three different egg hunts, one for each age group:
Interested in volunteering at this event? Visit our Signup Genius page:
The South Ardmore Betterment Alliance invites you to a Trick-or-Treat send off party at Normandy Park on Saturday, October 31 from 4 -6 pm. It will be a wicked good time, featuring autumn fun and games including stations featuring a Pumpkin Ring Toss, Pin the Bow-tie on the Skeleton, Halloween Mystery boxes and Apple Cider Making! The party will end with a brief parade before the kids disperse for trick or treating.
Snacks and beverages will be available.
If you'd like to volunteer and/or bring an appetizer/beverage, please email email@example.com
There is no rain date for this event. In the case of inclement weather, the event will be cancelled.
Some 47 runners participated in the SABA 5K on Sunday, 9/27. What a gorgeous fall morning to be touring our neighborhood on foot! Congratulations to all the runners and a hearty thank-you to the volunteers who made the event possible, especially Sam Lathrop and Samantha Chapman!
Race results and times can be found here:
Normandy Park (Ardmore)
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2015, 9:00am prompt
The race is a great way to get active, meet new neighbors and enjoy some lighthearted competition. Proceeds help cover the cost of the race and help SABA with future events and neighborhood projects.
Looking forward to seeing you at the finish line!
Before Race Day:
$17 Adults 16 years old and Over
$10 Children 15 and Under
Children in jogging strollers are free!
$20 Adults 16 years old and Over
$15 Children 15 and Under
Children in jogging strollers are free!
On Race Day tickets must be purchased by cash or check.
The first 50 pre-registered entrants will be given a T-shirt. Sizes and availability are not guaranteed.
Awards will be presented to the overall top male and female finisher in the following age groups:
14 and under
15 - 19
20 - 29
30 - 49
50 - 69
70 and over
The course starts at Normandy Park (with bar on right side)---> Left at Cricket ---> Left on Belmont ---> Right onto Bus Route ---> Turn Around at Huntingdon Rd ---> Cont. on Bus Path---> Left on on Belmont ---> Quick right onto Pont Reading ---> Left onto Oakford --->Wiggle to Aubrey ---> Finish Line!
REFUNDS AND TRANSFERS:
Registration for the SABA 5K is nonrefundable and there are no transfers to another runner.
The event is rain or shine. Runners, joggers, and walkers are welcome!