Category: News

News and updates about events that have happened at Gladstone Manor or announcements that affect residents of Gladstone Manor.

Greater Gladstone Civic Association (GGCA) Board Nominations

Greater Gladstone Civic Association (GGCA) Board Nominations

There are open positions available for the GGCA Board of Directors. We welcome people willing to donate their time and energy to the social events that occur in the Gladstone Manor neighborhood. If you wish to nominate for a position, please use this online form: Board Nomination Form
 
Current positions include:
 
President
Vice President
Secretary (2 positions)
Treasurer (2 positions)
Members at Large
 
Nominations are due no later than Wednesday, October 27th.

Holiday Decorating

Holiday Decorating

The holidays are fast approaching, and we’d love to have you volunteer to help with the decorations on the island and Madison Rd. As of now, the schedule for the holiday decorating is as follows:

11/13 – Island clean up (raking, etc.) – Rain date 11/14
11/20 – Set up the decorations (build Santa’s house, string lights, put up other decorations) – Rain date 11/21
12/4 – Tree lighting ceremony – time TBD – Come meet your neighbors and enjoy the festivities!

If you wish to volunteer for the cleanup and/or decorating, please use this form so we have an idea of how many volunteers we have available: Holiday Decorating Volunteer Form

The more volunteers we have, the less time it will take to clean up and set up!

The Gladstone Summer 2021

The Gladstone Summer 2021

Hi all! Our little nook of Lansdowne is looking great! Keep it up.

We do need volunteers to help maintain our flower gardens in a few of our public spaces. The flower gardens on the island, and the triangle area near the entrance to Gladstone Manor on Baltimore Ave to start with.  We’d like to have about 10-12 people trained on how to keep it up during the growing months. Dawn our expert in what will grow to be flowers and what are weeds that need to be pulled to keep from strangling the flowers will hold a training session for all who are willing to help.  If we do this right it might mean each of us take two hours, spread out over the summer to keep our gardens alive and well. One hour, or half hour at a time, whatever fits into your schedule. You pick the time that fits, so we can help Dawn and our Gladstone Manor keep the lovely gardens alive. Notice will follow within a week for training times. 

A “Water Ice Social” July 7th, with a walk around our lovely Gladstone Manor will be held Wednesday evening from 7pm to 8pm for scooping time. Walk over with your family and pick a flavor, then hang out to say hi to old and new neighbors. Take a look at our gardens, stroll around the blocks enticing new neighbors to sign up and join our GGCA and enjoy the fresh air. We will have a donation jar at the water ice stand to help offset the cost of candy to be used at the parade.

It’s very exciting that Lansdowne IS having their Independence Day parade this year, and even better- Gladstone Manor will be a part of it! The parade is on July 3,rd meet at 8:30am at East Greenwood Ave., Red, White and Blue attire and all are invited to walk in the parade. Parade starts at 9 am.  We are currently looking for a Greater Gladstone banner, and will pass out candy to spectators. 

If you would like to volunteer to be a part of our upcoming events, parade, gardening or water ice fun time, please respond with your phone number and email at the water ice stand or contact us to sign up! 

PS need water ice scoops and strong arms between 7 and 8 pm for water ice fun time!

Social distancing practices will be encouraged at all events.  Wear masks if you are not vaccinated.