Welcome to the Sherwood Forest Neighborhood!
Sherwood Forest is a neighborhood in Columbia, South Carolina which was established around 1945. The majority of Sherwood Forest was developed by W. Gordon Belser. The Sherwood Forest Neighborhood Association is a member of the Columbia Council of Neighborhoods and represents almost 400 households in southeast Columbia. The Sherwood Forest Neighborhood is generally bounded by Devine Sreet, Beltline Boulevard, Rosewood Drive and Kilbourne Road.
The next general meeting of the Sherwood Forest Neighborhood Association will be held Tuesday, February 10 at the Sherwood Forest Presbyterian Church on the corner of Wilmot Avenue and Beltline Boulevard. Socialize with your neighbors from 6-6:30pm. The general meeting will be from 6:30-8:00pm. Tut Underwood, Marketing Director of South Carolina State Museum, will be our speaker to let us in on all the new things that are happening at the State Museum. MPO Kevin Schmidt from the Columbia Police Department will be present to keep us up to date on crime in the area. Facebook event...
Annual Neighborhood Post-Holiday Adult Drop-In
The Sherwood Forest Neighborhood Association's annual post-holiday adult drop-in is set for 6-10pm on Saturday, January 11th at the 1920's home of W. Gordon Belser, Bloomwood, 530 Kilbourne Rd (behind the Piggly Wiggly). Regina Monteith has again graciously agreed to host our adult party at her beautiful and historic home! In the past the event has been on or about 12th Night (January 5th), but due to various holiday conflicts we have delayed the event to the following week. The association will provide a HoneyBaked ham, beer, wine and soft drinks. We ask if you can come that you bring a side dish, snack or desert. We would also like to know if you can help with the setup and/or cleanup at Regina's home. Please RSVP to our event coordinator Kathy Swanson at 803-787-0963 or email@example.com, and let her know what you can bring and if you can help with setup and/or cleanup. This event has always been lots of fun and a great opportunity to share gossip with and get to know your neighbors. Hope to see you there! Have a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
Annual Neighborhood Halloween Party
The goblins are haunting The monsters will mash, It's time to get ready for Our neighborhood Halloween Bash! Cynde and Rob Devlin are hosting SFNA’s Annual Family Hot Dog Bash on Thursday, October 31st from 5 to 6:30pm at 504 Kalmia Drive. Hot dogs and fixin’s, and chips and other sides will be provided. BYOB and bring a picnic blanket or chairs. Trick or treating will commence after the party. A neighborhood event for the young and young-at-heart! Costumes are encouraged, but not required! Kalmia will be blocked off from Blossom to Wilmot for the Hot Dog Supper. Luminaries (candles in paper bags!) will be available for you to use as a signal that you are a neighbor open for trick or treating. Please contact Cynde and Rob Devlin at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to help with the Hot Dog Supper and to coordinate food items.