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  • 05 Aug 2014 8:21 AM | Anonymous member
    D-Link is a special service from DART that lets you explore the districts of downtown Dallas and historic Oak Cliff. It's your link to arts, fun, culture and dining.

    You'll find eclectic neighborhoods such as the Bishop Arts District and The Cedars, sleek developments such as Victory Park and Uptown and areas with a little something for everyone such as the Main Street District and the West End Historic District.

    D-Link is the convenient and hassle-free way to experience it all. Hop aboard and discover the things that make Dallas so uniquely Dallas.

    Buses run every 15 minutes, 11 a.m. - 11:30 p.m., Monday-Saturday
    Service provided by DART, Downtown Dallas, Inc. and the City of Dallas

    Visit the Dart.org Website for more information.

  • 29 Jul 2014 3:21 PM | Anonymous member

    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

    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
  • 21 Jul 2014 8:41 AM | Anonymous member
    Oak Cliff Gateway Town Hall Meeting 1
    (With a focus on the Lake Cliff neighborhood)
    Tues. July 29, 6:00 - 7:30 pm
    Hitt Auditorium at Methodist Dallas Medical Center
    1441 N. Beckley Ave.

    Oak Cliff Gateway Town Hall Meeting 2
    (With a focus on the Kidd Springs & East Kessler neighborhoods)
    Mon. August 4, 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
    Kidd Springs Recreation Center
    711 W. Canty St. - Map

    More information here

  • 16 Jul 2014 11:15 AM | Anonymous member

    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.

    Guest Speakers

    • Dallas City Councilman Scott Griggs
    • 2014/2015 RECPTA President

  • 25 Jun 2014 12:37 PM | Anonymous member
    Thank you to those who purchased tickets to attend this year’s Spring Wander. We had record attendance with a final count of 96 guests. The weather was absolutely perfect and guests utilized the wonderful indoor and outdoor space at each home.

    Although all 3 hosts of this year’s Spring Wander are residents who have lived in the neighborhood for less than 2 years, and this is the first time that these 3 homes have been featured on the Spring Wander, these homeowners did not miss a beat with hosting a fabulous evening. Thank you to all of the hosts for making the event an evening to remember. Also, thanks to Wynnewood North resident and Hattie’s owner, Tony Alvarez for supporting the event.
    • Alli Adams | 1615 Shelmire Drive
    • Petri Brill and Travis Wolther | 654 Monssen Drive
    • Brian Davis | 714 S Manus Drive

    As the first host home, Alli kept the food and drinks coming; Jane Sullivan also contributed some very delicious appetizers at the Alli’s home. Petri and Travis also provided yummy food and introduced the guests to their in-house yoga studio. The final stop/dessert home was fabulous; the macaroons at Brian’s house were simply amazing. To end the night, Brian made a very special toast to the awesome residents of Wynnewood North. Cheers!

  • 13 May 2014 8:26 PM | Anonymous member

    We invite you to be part of TALKDALLAS.com, an innovative new citizen engagement tool which allows us to TALK, CONNECT, and DISCUSS your views about City of Dallas programs, initiatives and priorities. It’s an online place to collaborate and communicate with others in your community.

    Why join?
    • Ensure that your unique views and ideas are included in the conversation
    • Stay informed and connected to the City’s latest initiatives
    • Participate in public consultations from home or on your mobile device
  • 10 May 2014 12:34 PM | Anonymous member
    On May 3rd, two of the hippest ‘hoods in Oak Cliff’, Wynnewood North and Elmwood hosted neighborhood-wide garage sales at individual homes in the neighborhoods. Approximately 10 homes in Wynnewood North participated in this year’s sale. Overall, it was a great turnout. Foot traffic came in waves: early morning and around lunch time. The event was definitely a great event to continue build camaraderie between our neighborhoods.

    Check out the awesome event announcement featured in the Oak Cliff Advocate
  • 01 Apr 2014 1:59 PM | Anonymous member

    The meaning of the word April is “to open” or “opening”. This is the month of rebirth and hope for the future. We celebrate Earth Day on April 22nd; a day when we express our concerns for the environment. Many organic products are offered to help you develop a naturally-inspired green environment. There are also traditional solutions for the gardener who is exploring the “greener” side. A successful garden begins with good soil. Organic material is important to the soil composition. It helps with drainage and increases the soil microbe population. Expanded shale is used to break up hard, compacted clay soils. Top dress your flowerbeds and containers with organic mulches. They not only break down slowly putting organic material back into the soil but, the also prevent weeds, conserve moisture and cool the soil during the heat of our Texas Summer. There is a large variety of planting materials available at this time as you “open” or give rebirth to your landscape. Foundation shrubs, trees, perennials, annuals, ground-covers and a large variety of vegetables and herbs can create new hope for your landscape’s future.
  • 21 Sep 2012 6:32 PM | Anonymous member

    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. 

    Read the full Dallas Observer article here.

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