Movie in the Park

Minions: The Rise of Gru

Saturday, June 3

Food Trucks begin serving at 6:30, movie starts at dark

Popcorn from 7:15-9:45

 Join us for a Movie in the Park! Enjoy a viewing of Minions: The Rise of Gru projected on our big screen right in the heart of Ridgea North in Berney Park. Provo's BBQ and Frios popsicles will sell from 6:30 to 8:30. Fresh popcorn and water will be available at our concessions table beginning at 7:30pm (donations accepted - cash only please!). Movie starts at dark.

Thank you to our event sponsor Primrose School of Fort Worth West!

RNNA July 4th Celebration

Tuesday, July 4

Parade &  Party in the Park - 11am

Our big July 4 bash is back! We're going back to a walking parade! Gather in  in Berney Park to watch the parade and enjoy food, music, games, kids activities and more. Bring your blankets and chairs to enjoy the morning! 

Sign up to walk, ride a bike or scooter, push a stroller or pull a wagon by emailing Stephanie Muzi . She will deliver parade decoration packets on June 27 to everyone who is signed up. More details to come, but start gathering those patriotic decorations now! 

Gear up now for our Patriotic Decor Contest

Get your red, white and blue ready! Our Patriotic Decor Contest will recognize the most patriotic and beautifully decorated homes in Ridglea North. Prizes and recognition go to the best three! Contact Yard of the Month Chair Maura Needham to make a nomination.

June Yard of the Month!

The Ridglea North Neighborhood Garden Committee has chosen 3112 Marys Lane as the Yard of the Month for June!

The Francisco Avina family have lived here for 20 years. The front yard is filled with a variety of colorful flowers but the show stopper is the white Hydrangea.

The large bushes of white Hydrangea have all been propagated from a small plant Francisco received as a gift years ago. The back yard is equally beautiful and is filled with pots of white, pink, and blue hydrangea.

Congratulations Francisco!

Ridglea North is a part of a generous tradition of showing appreciation for our First Responders. Below is the latest roster, June is now open so we're looking for new volunteers!




Martha Wells


Diane Fried


Lindsey Ralston (Tieken) and son


JK Doyle for MedStar




Michelle Scott for Fire/Police; Stephanie Muzi for MedStar


Diane Fried


Sue Peterson & Scarlette


Lindsey Ralston (Tieken) and son




Stephanie and Marc Muzi for MedStar


Usually once a month, a volunteer drops off treats to the firehouse, police station, or MedStar's offices. If you would like to get involved, please email Suzie Jary for more information on where to drop off treats, when, and how many!

Mary Louise Phillips Elementary School is gearing up for some beautification and improvement projects.

Here are three ways we could directly use your help.

  1. PLAYGROUND INSTALLATION – The highly-anticipated installation of a new playground will take place on Thursday, June 6th and June 8th. This is being funded by a grant from Kaboom, but we need extra hands for build-week. Sign-up here (
  2. LANDSCAPING AND SUMMER WATERING – We need volunteers to help with watering newly planted flowers so they will be thriving by August when school starts back up! If you can help with dead plant removal, hedge trimming, or even weeding the beds, that would be a HUGE help. Sign-up here (
  3. FUNDRAISING – The biggest thing we need is funds for landscaping and improvements to the irrigation system. If you would like to contribute individually or have a sponsor in mind, please reach out to Christina Ewin at

We cannot thank you enough for supporting our sweet little school. Whether it is time, energy, or funds, any contribution to the school will go a long way in improving the education of our community!

A Note from VP of Public Safety

Happy Summer Neighbors! I hope everyone has enjoyed the first week or so of being out of school. If you're like us, your summer plans are already mapped out. If you have any long vacations planned, it would be a good idea to ask your neighbors to keep an eye out while you're away. Perhaps you can return the favor another time. 

Additionally, you can have the post office and/or newspaper(s) suspend delivery so your external mailbox doesn't fill up and catch the eye of would be troublemakers. Same goes for Amazon. 

Finally, test and automate any exterior lighting or security cameras if you have them. You can also buy some for internal lamps to turn on and off at random times throughout the night to give the impression someone is home. This is much better than leaving lights on the entire time you're gone. If you have any questions about brands or setting them up, please don't hesitate to reach out to me. I'm happy to help in any way. 

Hunter Johnson

VP Public Safety

Many thanks to ACE Hardware for sponsoring this month's RNNA newsletter! Located at 6743 Camp Bowie Blvd, ACE is the place with the helpful hardware!

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