The Resurgence Collaborative will be holding a planning meeting tonight to determine a way forward on the design for the upcoming mural on the Handy Stop (corner of Nolan & N. New Braunfels). Anyone interested in providing input into the design of the mural is welcome to attend tonight’s community meeting at the Barbara Jordan Center at 5pm. Tell a neighbor!
Join OHP as they host the 7th-Annual Historic Homeowner Fair on Saturday, September 19, at the Pearl Full Goods & Studio Breezeway. This FREE event is a great resource to anyone who lives in or works on historic or aging homes. The fair will feature dozens of vendors, City representatives, educational presentations, and hands-on presentations.
You don’t have to live in a historic district to enjoy the fair!
Join District Attorney Nico Lahood, SAPD Chief Anthony Trevino, and County Commissioner Tommy Calvert in the Community Policing Forum to help build relationships and understanding between the community and law enforcement.
Tuesday July 21, 2015
Second Baptist Church
3310 East Commerce
San Antonio, TX 78220
What: The Martinez Street Women’s Center will be hosting a day of music, painting, and a plate sale of deliciousness to help them finish paying for their bus. Come out and help the community paint the MSWC school bus. Lots of hands on deck are going to be needed to make the winning artist’s design come to life on the school bus canvas. The plate sale will include grilled burgers, chips, side salad, and all the fixings for $6. They will also be selling drinks and sweets for $1.
When: August 15th @ 10AM
Where: Lockwood Park, 801 N. Olive
Our wonderful District 2 Council office has announced that the second D2 Movie In The Park will be in Lockwood Park. The last Movie In The Park was excellent. Nearly 200 neighbors showed up to enjoy Jurassic Park. This time D2 is opening the movie selection to a vote.
Visit the link to vote between three great family-friendly features: