Greenwood Outdoors – Annual Waterfall Hike! In March we plan to do our annual Waterfalls Hike. Come and see the hidden waterfalls of Greenwood and the neighboring National Park. The date hs been moved to Saturday Morning, March 23 at 9:00 am, but it is weather dependent. So you don’t miss it, you will need… Read more »
Friday, March 8th from 6-10pm we will be showing “Secret Life of Pets” followed by “Air-Bud.” GVCA will provide popcorn, snacks, and drinks. Bring your friends!
The annual Greenwood Village winter hike leaves from the Clubhouse parking lot at 9am on February 23rd. The hike will be approximately two hours long.
Monday, February 18th from 12-4pm at the Greenwood Village indoor Pool. We will be playing “Show Dogs” followed by “Sgt. Stubby.” Popcorn, snacks, and drinks will be provided.
The Greenwood Village Clubhouse and Indoor Pool will be open for normal hours this week. Come swim in our 85 degree pool or warm up in the hot saunas.
Incredibles 2 and Small Foot Monday, January 21st from 12-4 Snacks and Drinks will be provided
Greenwood is remodeling and is looking for a good home for it’s piano. It would make a great Christmas present for someone special. Please contact the GVCA Office at 330-467-7036 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested. Best offer by Thursday, December 20, gets the piano! (If no interest or offer, it goes to Goodwill.) … Read more »
GVCA is hosting a Red Cross lifeguarding course over winter break. The class will be held December 31, January 2, January 3, and January 4 from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm each day. The cost of the course is $140. The course fee will be reimbursed after 6 months of employment at GVCA if hired… Read more »
Our annual Holiday Cocktail Party is a wonderful chance to dress up and enjoy good food, good music, and the company of good neighbors, then dance the night away. Price includes Hors d’oeuvres, Drinks, Desserts, DJ, and Dancing. The Sign-up form with all the Details is here.
The barricades are down! You can now go east on Greenwood Parkway past Pinewood View Road, all the way to Holzhauer Road. The contractor, PPW Builders, removed the last of the cranes, equipment, and wooden corduroy road sections they needed to work on the Carriage Trail Bridge. They also restored and seeded the lawns affected… Read more »