Dallas Park and Recreation Department will hold several community for residents to share ideas about the future growth and expansion of Dallas’ recreational programs and facilities. The department is in the first phase of developing a recreation master plan as well as updating its overall comprehensive strategy known as the Renaissance Plan.
The public can attend any of five meetings set to begin at 6 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday at City of Dallas recreation centers. Times and locations listed below. Or go to www.dallasparks.org or call 214.670.4100 for more information.
Tuesday, August 5
Janie C. Turner 6424 Elam Dallas, TX 75217 214-670-8277
Campbell Green 16600 Parkhill Dr. Dallas, TX 75230 214-670-6314
Wednesday, August 6
Grauwyler 7780 Harry Hines Dallas, TX 75235 214-670-6302
Kiest 3080 S. Hampton Dallas, TX 75224 214-670-1918
Thursday, August 7
Harry Stone 2403 Millmar Dallas, TX 75228 214-670-0949
Park and reception staff will lead the meetings that will give individuals and groups the opportunity to share comments, ask questions about the strategic planning process, and hear a summary of the department’s progress toward the Renaissance Plan.
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Dallas City of Learning allows you to explore earth and science, design, sports, performance, coding, and many more types of programs and events. This initiative is open to young people of all ages, so use the Explore tab to find something fun near you!
Check out the website to search for learning opportunities near Wynnewood North http://www.dallascityoflearning.org/explore
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General Meeting Information
The next WNNA General Meeting is at the Orion Ballroom, Bank of America Tower (Zang Blvd & 12th). Plan to arrive at 6:30pm to chat with board members and friends, or look at the Dallas skyline from the 15th floor ballroom. Cookies and sodas will be provided.
When:Thursday, July 17th
Meet & Greet - 6:30pm
General Meeting - 7:00pm
Location:Orion Ballroom, Bank of America Tower, 400 S. Zang Blvd.
Parking: You can park in the Bank of America parking lot, directly behind the building. Since the bank is closed during our meeting hours, you are free to park in any slot labeled Bank Customer Parking Only-Two Hour Limit.
Building Access and the Orion Ballroom: Enter through the east doors and proceed to the elevators. To access the 15th floor, enter 15 onto the elevator keypad, which will tell you which elevator to use to access the ballroom.
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North Wynnewood is the best of '50s cool architecture, beautifully maintained for decades by families who never moved, occupied now by a crowd that's younger and more diverse but just as loyal to the neighborhood. Wynnewood sits on 150 acres of gently sloping hills loosely bounded by Interstate 35 South, 12th Street, Vernon Avenue and Illinois Avenue.
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