Children of all ages are invited to join us at the dock on Lake Hamilton on Saturday, May 13 at 9 a.m. for our semi-annual fishing clinic.
Our experienced coaches will share their pointers with youngsters who wish to learn anything from the basics to the finer arts of fishing. We will have loaner equipment, or you can feel free to bring your own rod and bait.
Hamilton Lakes and Parks’ Fall Fishing Clinic will be held from 2-4 pm on Sunday, September 19, 2021. Once again our resident experts will happily share their tips and tricks with the youngsters. Loaner fishing tackle will be provided for those who need it.
At 5:00pm, join your friends and neighbors for our annual picnic. We will follow state and local guid- ance for outdoor gatherings. At present, masks and social distancing are recommended but not required. Please check our website or Facebook page the week before the picnic for any changes.
The Zinc Kings, billed as a progressive folk and string band, have graced the stages of the NC Folk Fest and the Carolina Theatre. We are thrilled to have them playing again this year. Check them out at: zinckings.com, and on Face- book. We will provide an ice cream truck, but not food trucks this year, so we are encouraging eve- ryone to bring their own picnic, relax, and enjoy the music!
Hamilton Lakes and Parks, Inc. will hold its annual open meeting in February. All residents of the Hamilton Lakes neighborhood are invited to attend.
Per our bylaws, this is the time for residents to approve the Board for the coming year. It’s also a great opportunity for you to meet your Board members and your neighbors, to hear about upcoming social events such as our fishing clinics and picnic, and to learn about what we’re doing to preserve the natural beauty of our lakes and parks.
When: Tuesday, February 18, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. Where: Hamilton Lakes Swim and Tennis Club, 800 Montpelier Ave., Greensboro
(Please note that Hamilton Lakes and Parks, Inc. is not formally affiliated with the Hamilton Lakes Swim and Tennis Club. However, we thank the Club for generously providing us with the use of their meeting space.)
Our annual Lake Hamilton fishing clinic will be held at the Lake Hamilton Dock (at the intersection of E. Keeling Rd. and Henderson Rd.) on Saturday, May 18, from 9 a.m. until noon. Kids of all ages are welcome to come and learn from our enthusiastic resident anglers. Bring a rod and enjoy a beautiful morning at our lake!
As a reminder, fishing at Lake Hamilton is open to the families of dues-paying members of Hamilton Lakes and Parks. If you need to renew your annual dues, please visit this page.
We also invite residents to participate in our neighborhood clean-up and work day on the morning of May 18. We’ll be gathering by the dock at 9 a.m. to talk about what needs to be done. Bring a pair of work gloves (and maybe some bug spray!) and help us preserve the beauty of Hamilton Lakes and Parks.
Annual Membership Meeting Tuesday, February 26, 2019 at 7:00 pm Hamilton Pool & Tennis Club
Happy New Year to everyone! We know you have made resolutions, and we are sure they include the following:
Pay your Hamilton Lakes Association dues promptly
Attend the Annual Meeting
Your $85.00 dues payment can be made via PayPal, or mailed to HLP. Do this now, and be halfway through your resolution list!
At the Annual Meeting, we will be reviewing expenses from last year, reviewing the budget for 2019, electing new board members, presenting volunteer opportunities, and taking suggestions. It’s also a great way to meet your neighbors!
If you have made a resolution to perform more volunteer work in 2019, what better place to do it than in Hamilton Lakes? Social media outreach and helping to plan/run the Annual Picnic are areas where our organization needs help. These are vital functions with small time commitments. Please consider sharing your time and talents! Info will be available at the Annual Meeting, or you may contact Anne Hurd.