Fall Into Highlands Autumn Events

The nip in the breeze and turning of the leaves suggests the end of summer in The Highlands, and the return of back to school routines, shorter days and nights.

You’ll find a neighborhood cheat sheet below, and much more on our Highlands Community Association Events Calendar.

First State Ballet returns to stages in October with “Fantasy to Dvorak”, followed by “Up Front On Market” in November, and “The Nutcracker” in December.

Highlands Community Associations Fall 2021 Meeting will take place on Wednesday, October 20 at 7pm via Zoom (click here). As always, we’ll hear from neighborhood and civic leaders on the state of our community.

The Highlands Neighborhood Halloween Parade returns to its sweet and spooky in-person origins Saturday, October 24 at 2pm at the Delaware Art Museum.

The Delaware Art Museum is hosting a plethora of interesting, informative and in-person programs this fall, including:

And Highlands Live, HCA’s weekly interview show (“Meaningful Conversations with Real Neighbors”) returns with four episodes featuring Charlie McDowell & Logan Herring, Vance Kershner and more. Tune in beginning Wednesday, October 27 at 7pm.

For additional community eventsresourcesand stories, please visit the Highlands Community Association website.

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