Speakers for Northeast Nonprofits Meetings

Speakers for Northeast Nonprofits Meetings

Compiled by Amy Martin. This list will be updated periodically. To be considered for inclusion, send an email. Speakers based in or with connections to East Dallas preferred.  Last edit: April 16, 2018   City of Dallas: Services City of Dallas: Crime & Safety City of Dallas: Culture City of Dallas: Environment City of Dallas: Parks & Recreation Civic Engagement Dallas County East Dallas: History & Current East Dallas: White Rock Lake Education Food Gardening Health Legal LGBT Media Nature & Environment…

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Neighborhood Meeting: traffic, crime, online security – Thur May 17

Neighborhood Meeting: traffic, crime, online security – Thur May 17

May 17, Thursday 7 to 8:30 pm Central Lutheran Church 1000 Easton Rd. between Lake Gardens and Vinemont Gather, network, and hear the inside scoops on Eastwood neighborhood news. Enjoy a variety of refreshments and beverages On the docket: Traffic concerns: Dangerous cut-through speeding drivers caused by Peavy road work Methods of controlling of speeders on Lake Gardens Petition for stop sign at Sylvania and Vinemont Upcoming Eastwood events: July 4th Parade, Dixon Branch Creek Crawl, movies in the park Crime Watch…

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Movie in the Park: Coco – May 5 Sat

Movie in the Park: Coco – May 5 Sat

Movie in the Park May 5 Saturday, 7:30 pm Playground Park, Lippit/Sylvania at Sinclair  Bring your family, your friends, your kids, to the park and watch the hit movie Coco to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. Bring a picnic, or cold water and snacks by donation provided.  Info: Aspiring musician Miguel, confronted with his family’s ancestral ban on music, enters the Land of the Dead to find his great-great-grandfather, a legendary singer.    

Eastwood Wildflower Walk for Earth Day – Sunday April 22

Eastwood Wildflower Walk for Earth Day – Sunday April 22

by Michael Parkey On Sunday April 22 (Earth Day) at 1 pm we will take our annual Eastwood Wildflower Walk through the Creekmere Greenbelt. Do you wonder what all those flowers are, but have never had time to learn their names? Take a short leisurely hike through the meadows and smell the flowers. Of course, we will stop at Eastwood’s famous bluebonnet patch. Do you know how those bluebonnets got there? And why they don’t grow everywhere in the park?…

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Photos from Easter Egg Hunt presented by Eastwood Neighborhood Association

Photos from Easter Egg Hunt presented by Eastwood Neighborhood Association

Lots of happy adults and children gathered at Playground Park (Lippit/Sylvania at Sinclair) on a beautiful spring day (March 25 Sunday) for Eastwood Neighborhood Association’s annual Easter Egg Hunt. ENA’s new social chair Sara Sheldon created a fabulous egg hunt, with help from Mel Martinez and others stuffing hundreds of eggs with candy. Amy Martin and Brian Cade rounded up and dispensed refreshments. Jackie Colon as the Easter Bunny was a big hit! She even decorated an Easter-themed set for the photos. And provided…

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Eastwood Easter Egg Hunt — next Sunday (March 25) at Playground Park!

Eastwood Easter Egg Hunt — next Sunday (March 25) at Playground Park!

March 25 Sunday, 1 to 2 pm – NEW TIME for 2018 Playground Park (Lippit/Sylvania at Sinclair) Easter egg hunts for toddlers to 5 and kids 6 and up. Don’t forget your basket! After the hunt, enjoy socializing and activities: • Pictures with the Easter Bunny! • Fruit juice and refreshments ~ Cold water • Skeeball, sidewalk chalk, bubbles, hula hoops, and other games for kids! Brought to you by Eastwood Neighborhood Association! Volunteer to help! Contact Sara. • Stuff candy…

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Eastwood Riparian: Park Prep for Easter Egg Hunt + exciting naturalist news!

Eastwood Riparian: Park Prep for Easter Egg Hunt + exciting naturalist news!

Eastwood Riparian just wrapped up a Sunday workday at Playground Park (Lippit/Sylvania at Sinclair), getting it ready for the Easter Egg Hunt on March 25 Sunday, 1 to 2 pm (NEW TIME). We picked up litter, cut any noxious plants we could find and marked places eggs should not be hidden. So we are good to go! After the hunt, enjoy pictures with the Easter Bunny (NEWS!), socializing with refreshments, and games for kids including skeeball, sidewalk chalk, bubbles, and hula hoops. Join with Eastwood…

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