VP & Krawl Chair Susan Via details upcoming event…
Store Mgr Dale Miner introduces new line of KNU branded goods…
KNU Dues Update
- 279 of 927 homes paid - 30%
- 648 of 927 homes unpaid - 70%
NOCUPP Membership Update
MAY-OCT PATROL CYCLE
- 182 of 927 homes paid - 20%
- 745 of 927 homes unpaid - 80%
More KNU enhancements in communal areas…
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EVENTS & HAPPENINGS
Things To Do
Check out these links for things to do around town like concerts & gigs, parks & recreation, museum exhibits, foodie finds and area digs, family-friendly events, nature outings, and what’s going down at the library…
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KNU SUPPORTER SPOTLIGHT
Once-a-month collection from the front curb includes large limbs, shrubbery, bagged leaves (in sealed bags with a maximum 50 gallon capacity), furniture, appliances, mattresses and box springs. Items must be
Once-a-month collection from the front curb includes large limbs, shrubbery, bagged leaves (in sealed bags with a maximum 50 gallon capacity), furniture, appliances, mattresses and box springs. Items must be on the front curb for collection no later than 7:00 A.M. the Monday of your pick-up week. It is also important to remember that items should not be set out for pick up earlier than 7:00 A.M. on the Thursday preceding your collection week (see the Bulk Collection Calendar for early setout dates).
Do not put bagged grass clippings, new construction or remodeling materials such as lumber or roofing materials out for brush collection. Call 311 or (214) 670-5111 when calling from outside the city limits to get a free estimate on our Cost Plus service to pick up construction or remodeling materials. Please note that bricks, concrete, rocks, dirt, paint, oil and hazardous containers are not collected in either the Cost Plus or regular brush and bulky trash collection services .
17 (Monday) 12:01 am - 21 (Friday) 11:59 pm
The autumnal equinox—also called the September or fall equinox—is the astronomical start of fall in the Northern Hemisphere and spring in the Southern Hemisphere. The word equinox comes from the
The autumnal equinox—also called the September or fall equinox—is the astronomical start of fall in the Northern Hemisphere and spring in the Southern Hemisphere. The word equinox comes from the Latin aequus (equal) and nox (night). During the equinox, the Sun crosses what we call the “celestial equator” (just imagine the line that marks the equator on Earth extending up into the sky) from north to south. Because of this, Earth’s two hemispheres receive the Sun’s rays about equally. The Sun is overhead at noon as seen from the equator, so at this point, the amount of nighttime and daytime (sunlight) are roughly equal. From here on out, the temperatures begin to drop and the days start to get shorter than the nights. (Except taken from the Old Farmer’s Almanac)
All Day (Sunday)
(Monday) 6:30 pm
Kessler Park UMC Fellowship Hall
1215 Turner Ave, Dallas, TX 75208
Pumpkin-Picking Good Time on Sat, Oct 13th
Don’t miss the Kessler School Pumpkin Patch & Marketplace from 10am-2pm, and then freshen up for the Kessler Krawl that same evening. For more info on The Kessler School, click here.
Kessler Krawl Tickets Now on Sale
Get your tickets for the Kessler Krawl premiere fund-raiser & social event to be held on October 13th, 7-10pm. Wear comfy shoes and don your party dress (in theory)…
Water-Wise Landscape Tour Slated in Oct
Dallas Water Utilities presents the annual self-guided tour that showcases water-saving and drought-tolerant landscapes on Oct 27th. Details to come…
Heritage Home Tour Save the Date
Oct 20-21 marks The Heritage Oak Cliff Annual Home Tour (click here for flyer), and Kessler Park homes are proudly on the map! Purchase tickets at Ticket Central (106 E 10th St.). On day of tour, tickets are $25 and available at each featured home. Contact Donna Hitt for more info…