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Trail Guide

OCTOBER 2018

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This Month DEVELOPER DISPATCH

News & development updates from Dave Brockman Pages 1 & 3-4

DINING IN OLD TRAIL Community dining news

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DEVELOPER DISPATCH Old Trail community members may have noticed the increased development activity on property as work has begun on several new sections near the Village Center and along Old Trail Drive. Construction has begun on The Summit at Old Trail, what will be a 190-apartment complex of 1-2-3-bedroom units that will feature stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, a private theater, clubroom, business center, and rooftop sky lounge.

VOLUNTEER CORNER

Residents near the Village Center will have also taken note of the construction started at the corner of Ashlar Avenue and Old Trail Drive, which will bring a mixed use building of apartments and two new retail locations in 2019.

OCTOBER EVENTS

Preparations have also begun for future lots in Blocks 11, 12, 22, and 32, which will consist of townhomes, villas, and single family homes coming onto the market late 2018 and in 2019.

An opportunity to volunteer with a local non-profit organization Page 5

Events happening in and around the community Page 5

HALLOWEEN IN THE VILLAGE Events & activities scheduled for October 31st Page 5

HELLO FROM THE HOA

Introduction of the communications committee and updates Page 6

ANNOUNCEMENTS Community shout outs

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AROUND THE VILLAGE Photos from around the community, submitted by you Page 6

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New maps have been created to reflect these plans with a property-wide sitemap located on page 3 and a villages focused map with construction block details on page 4.

SAVE THE DATE Developer Update Meeting Wednesday, December 5th at 6:00pm Restoration Hall (5494 Golf Drive) This meeting is for homeowners within the Old Trail community who are interested in learning more about current plans and updates from the Developer, Dave Brockman.


DINING IN OLD TRAIL Restoration is excited to announce they are just a few weeks away from debuting a new menu for lunch, as well as establishing a new, dedicated dinner menu, offering skillfully created entrées and options for all to enjoy starting at 5:00pm daily. We are located in the Old Trail Golf Club and open to the public Wednesday - Sunday for lunch, dinner, and Sunday Brunch. To keep up to date with news and the announcement of the new menu release, make sure to follow Restoration on Facebook and Instagram, or visit our website. At Restoration, we want YOU here! At Mi Rancho, experience real Mexican flavor, brought to you from Jalisco, Mexico. Recipes that reflect the hometown spices that will make you a regular from day one. Come and enjoy our extensive menu of appetizers, vegetarian delights, fajitas, combination dinners, and specialties of the house. Website Grit Coffee was founded in 2008 near UVA and has four area locations, including our shop in Old Trail Village. In addition to serving up coffee and espresso drinks, we offer a wide variety of locally produced baked goods, light weekday breakfast options, as well as grab and go salads and treats all day, every day. Need coffee or space for a get-together? We’d love to host you in our shop or help you serve your guests! New: we are now serving weekend brunch on Saturdays and Sundays! Website Wayland’s Crossing Tavern was founded by Kim Dillon and Bryan Sewell, both residents of Crozet, VA. Bryan, with an extensive culinary background, and Kim, with a background in customer service and management, have come together to create the ultimate dining and neighborhood tavern experience. In addition to a unique and varied food and drink menu, they offer lots of fun activities for all, including kid’s nights, board game nights, sports on big screen TVs, holiday parties, tap takeovers, and live music. Everybody is welcome to enjoy marvelous nights and memories at the Tavern! Website

Holidays at Restoration It is not too early to begin thinking about the holidays! Contact us to learn how we can make planning your holiday get together a breeze! Let us do all the work so you can enjoy this holiday season!

Wayland’s Celebrates 1-Year Anniversary! We invite you to come celebrate our 1-year Anniversary with an outdoor party including food, drinks, & live music from 2:30pm-10:00pm featuring Dusty Hedgehog, 2:305:00pm; Matthew O’Donnell, 5:007:30pm; and The Someday Band, 7:30-10:00pm.

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Developer Dispatch Continued...

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EAST VILLAGE

Pond

Villas & Single Family Homes Lots Currently Available

SOLD LOTS

Pond

EXISTING COMMERCIAL

RESTAURANTS, GYM, SALON, & HEALTHCARE SOLD LOTS

FUTURE COMMERCIAL

THE LODGE AT OLD TRAIL

TBD

BLOCK 11

Townhomes Currently Available

FUTURE COMMERCIAL & APARTMENTS

BLOCK 12

COMING 2019

Townhomes Available 2019

School Connector BLOCK 4

BLOCK 11

VILLAGE CENTER Commercial & Apartments

BLOCK 7

Townhomes Currently Available

SUMMIT APARTMENTS

BLOCK 35

Golf Front Lots Currently Available

BLOCK 32

Single Family Lots Available Early 2019

SOLD LOTS

WEST VILLAGE

Villas & Single Family Homes

VILLAGE HIGHLANDS

Villas, Townhomes & Single Family Homes

BLOCK 22

OLD TRAIL GOLF CLUB & RESTORATION RESTAURANT

Villas & Townhomes Available Fall 2018

Open to the Public

For more information about home plans available in the upcoming development blocks, please visit the Old Trail Village website, where you can view the available homesites and access builder resources: www.oldtrailvillage.com/find-your-home/

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Volunteer Corner LITERACY VOLUNTEERS CHARLOTTESVILLE/ALBEMARLE

provides one-on-one, confidential tutoring in basic literacy and English as a second language to adults living or working in Charlottesville and the surrounding counties. Our talented tutors work closely with our students to help them succeed. We are currently seeking dedicated volunteers to tutor adults in reading, writing, and speaking English. Many of our students are refugees and immigrants working hard to establish themselves within our community. With your help, they can gain the valuable skills they need to be better workers, consumers, parents, and citizens. Tutor/student pairs meet for two hours a week at a mutually convenient time and place. As a tutor, you will receive a rewarding experience knowing that you’ve helped someone achieve their goals to be more integrated within our community. No teaching experience required. Training provided. A year-long commitment is requested. To register, or learn more, please call 434-977-3838 or visit literacyforall.org.

OCTOBER EVENTS All Month 30 Day $30 Make A Wish Campaign at ACAC For more information on this event, go to https://acac.com/ 30days/. 19 Old Trail Village S’mores Social Toast and roast together at a casual fall social in the Firepit Park located off Upland Drive, between Claremont Lane and Fielding Run Drive, in the East Village. 19 Live Music at Wayland’s Crossing Tavern Musician Gary Randal, 6-9pm. 20 Wayland’s Crossing Tavern 1-Year Anniversary Celebration 2:30pm-10:00pm, See page 2 for details. 21 Irish Musician Jam Session at Wayland’s Crossing Tavern Listen to the amazing sounds that happen when local musicians come together for a jam session. Every 1st and 3rd Sunday from 11:30-2:00pm.

26 & 27 Live Music at Wayland’s Crossing Tavern Musician Don Hancock (26th), 6-9pm, and Performer Matthew O’Donnell (27th), 7-10pm. 28 Old Trail Village Pumpkin Carving, Costume Contest, and Trunk-or-Treat Help decorate the streets of Old Trail Village Center with Jack-O-Lanterns! Come on out, carve a pumpkin, and we will display it for all to see! There will also be a costume contest, trunk-or-treat, pony rides, food vendors, and activities for the whole family! RSVP is requested for pumpkin carving. So, reserve your ticket (HERE) and join us from 2:00pm-6:30pm for a fun afternoon in the Village Center! 28 Meet Charlottesville Symphony Musicians at The Lodge at Old Trail Enjoy a free, informal musical performance and light refreshments. Meet and  talk with Kelly Sulick; Flute; Kelly Peral, Oboe; and Katy Ambrose, Horn. 3:00-4:15pm (Refreshments start at 2:30). RSVP by calling The Lodge at 434-823-9100.

HALLOWEEN IN THE VILLAGE - OCTOBER 31ST Those wishing to hand out candy are encouraged to do so on this evening. The social platform Nextdoor.com offers esidents an opportunity to be listed on a map for trick-or-treaters navigating the neighborhood. Trick or Treating at The Lodge at Old Trail Stop by the lobby for trick or treating hosted by The Lodge Residents from 6:30pm to 8:00pm. Tricks & Treats at Restoration Stop by the Old Trail Golf Club from 6:00pm-8:00pm for treats and maybe a few tricks!

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Halloween at Wayland’s Crossing Tavern Come enjoy dinner from 4:30pm-9:30pm in the spooky tavern, featuring a special Halloween kid’s menu, delightfully scary drinks, and servers dressed in their favorite costumes.


HELLO FROM THE HOA We are excited to participate in the inaugural edition of the Old Trail Newsletter. As our community continues to grow, so does our desire to share information on topics that impact our community members so that everyone is “in the loop.” We have created a communications committee of volunteers from the community to help with this effort. If you are interested in joining this group, please contact Allen Billyk. For our homeowners, there are now several channels that are designed to foster communication and share ideas, concerns, and questions, and we encourage your participation:

Announcements Have an announcement, birth, engagement, wedding, anniversary, birthday, or general shout out to the community? Send announcements to Barbara Perkins at communicationsdirector@oldtrailvillage.net. Submissions for the next newsletter are requested by November 7th.

• The next OTCA Meeting is December 13th at 7:00pm @ Restoration Hall. This is the Annual Membership Meeting. • Our Community Manager (Allen) and Old Trail General Manager (Chris) are holding weekly Coffee Chats at Grit Coffee on Tuesdays at 9:30am, offering a casual opportunity to talk about lifestyle and community related topics. • The Old Trail Newsletter is a joint effort between Management and the Association, and is intended to serve as our main means of communication on a monthly basis. • Email communications are also sent from time to time to share information and updates. If you are not currently signed up to receive these emails, please follow this link to sign up: http://eepurl.com/cInj-9 It is important to note that the social platform Nextdoor.com is not a sanctioned OTCA platform for communication. Any questions or concerns for the HOA/OTCA should be directed to Allen Billyk.

Around the Village Have photos of you, your family or friends, or scenic shots from around the village? Share them with us and you just might see a familiar face in an upcoming newsletter! Send photos to Barbara Perkins via email at communicationsdirector@oldtrailvillage.net.

Please also be reminded that no yard signage, other than Old Trail logo for sale signs are permitted to be posted. If you have an interest in a particular topic for a future newsletter, in joining the newly formed communications committee, or if you have an HOA/OTCA related question or concern, please contact Allen Billyk oldtrailmanager@gmail.com. We look forward to talking with you! ~OTCA Communications Committee & Allen Billyk

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