Due to the threat of inclement weather and the recent severe weather outbreaks our region has been experiencing, we thought it better not to drag you out into this mess tonight, unable to tell when it will have passed.
We'll get back to you on the reschedule date.
Stay safe, stay dry!
Join us Tuesday night as we combine our monthly meeting with a parklet work night. We are building the parklet at Mark Wooten's place. The address is 612 N Henderson Avenue, right behind Garden Cafe. Work will actually begin on the parklet prior to Tuesday night, and info will be posted on here regarding that as well.
The parklet will be debuting at Taco Fest on Saturday the 20th in Deep Ellum, and we need all the hands we can get to bring the plans to fruition. If you missed the design charrette, check out the pics on the City Imaginarium page.
April is Architecture Month, so we're designing a parklet in partnership with Revolutionary Pants.
A parklet is a park that takes up a parking space and gives people a place to hang out. Ours will be part library - because it's cool to read, and part garden, because "agri-tecture" is on the rise...and in general just cool!
Join us for drinks at the British Beverage Company in Uptown as we discuss upcoming projects. We'll be unveiling new opportunities, scheduling design charrettes and work days to take place within the next month, so be present to be in-the-know and INVOLVED!
Join us for our monthly meeting. We have a number of projects coming up in the next few months that you definitely want to be involved in.
This is a meeting you don't want to miss!
January 15, 2013 Meeting Highlights:
Ryan Behring opened the meeting with a slideshow presentation covering the activities of the Chapter in years past.
James Warton and Jared White, Chapter Co-Directors for 2013, led the meeting. Potential projects for the upcoming year were discussed. Our project goals for 2013 are centered upon developing and expanding partnerships between construction groups and community oriented causes to emphasize the Chapter’s primary focus of creating a more sustainable Dallas-Fort Worth community.
Greetings and happy new year!
We hope you had an relaxing and inspiring holiday season! We are eager for what 2013 might have in store and excited to get started visioning, relationship-building and working together toward a better Dallas-Fort Worth.
Come out Friday and join us as we christen our 2012 three-parking- space-long Parking Day installation. The event is all day from 9-7, followed by an after party in Thanksgiving square with food trucks, boos, and music.