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Cherrywood Art Fair - Dec. 8th & 9th
posted by langhugh on December 5th, 2012 5:17 PM
Now in its eleventh year, East Austin’s Cherrywood Art Fair is a two-day event featuring works by more than 100 artists, along with live music and local foods. Held on the grounds of Maplewood Elementary School, the fair is presented by the non-profit Chula League, which supports arts and arts education in East Austin. While you’re enjoying the music, food, and holiday shopping, you’re also helping out a worthy cause. Cherrywood Art Fair December 8 and 9 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Maplewood Elementary, East 38 1/2 at Maplewood Avenue Website: cherrywoodartfair.org/" rel="nofollow">http://www.cherrywoodartfair.org/ KUT piece: art-food-and-music-at-cherrywood/" rel="nofollow">http://kut.org/2012/11/art-food-and-music-at-cherrywood/
Cherrywood Art Fair Dec. 10-11, Attend! Volunteer! Find Christmas Presents!
posted by Janelle Dozier on November 29th, 2011 2:51 PM
Local Artists Music Stages Mobile Food Vendors Kids' Activities The Cherrywood Art Fair is only 2 weeks away. Our Cherrywood neighbors are calling for volunteers to help them stage this popular FREE holiday event that benefits 5th and 6th grade artists. To volunteer for a few hours, go to this website to sign up. cherrywood" rel="nofollow">http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0E49AEAB29A13-cherrywood This year's Art Fair will showcase the incredible talents of 100 local artists and craftsmen, music stages both indoors and out, mobile food vendors, activities for the kids, an Emerging Artists tent for local highschool artists, a silent auction and the opportunity to buy your own Cherrywood Art Fair teeshirt. Besides being the funnest holiday art show in town, the Cherrywood Art Fair is the primary fundraiser for the non-profit CHULA League's Little Artist/Big Artist program, which pairs 5th and 6th graders for a 6 week mentoring program in the spring. The Cherrywood Art Fair website for all the details for the fair and the LABA program. cherrywoodartfair.org/who/" rel="nofollow">http://www.cherrywoodartfair.org/who/
Cherrywood Art Fair SUNDAY 12-6 at Maplewood Elementary!
posted by lasp4448 on December 11th, 2010 8:56 PM
Cherrywood - What a great fair with some wonderful things for gifts! It's gotten bigger and better every year. ALSO: at Lincoln Village - just a little further down the road - the Blue Genie Art Fair is open from 10 to 10 - also a great time with some weird stuff, some good stuff, and some stuff you won't find anywhere else.
Cherrywood Art Fair SATURDAY 10-6 and SUNDAY 12-6 at Maplewood Elementary!
posted by queeneliz1 on December 11th, 2010 9:55 AM
The Cherrywood Art Fair isat Maplewood Elem., 38th St. and Maplewood Ave. just east of Fiesta, TODAY 10am-6pm and TOMORROW 12noon-6pm! ... We went last year for the first time and this is a great event for the whole family, original art and fabulous jewelry, music, food, kids' activities. cherrywoodartfair.org" rel="nofollow">http://www.cherrywoodartfair.org And , if you drop a gently used kids book at the Adaptive ReUse booth (Pre-K through 6th grade) she will give give you 10% off your entire purchase. This is for a Maplewood Elementary book swap next swap, an effort to get a book in every child's hands before the holidays. Many children at the school do not have access to new books. If you have any books to donate, you can also leave them on our front porch at 4116 Camacho in the plastic bin. THANK YOU! Melanei & Dusty Harshman
CHULA Art Fair
posted by schnauzerhouse on December 3rd, 2010 5:06 PM
The Cherrywood neighborhood landscape and arts group (CHULA) is having its Art Fair Saturday and Sunday (Dec. 11-12) at Maplewood Elementary School. It will be a great place to find Christmas presents.
Neighborhood Acupuncture Project
posted by momof4 on March 3rd, 2010 8:20 AM
Thanks for letting us know about your business. It's nice to know that you work off a sliding scale. We also appreciate your donations to the Cherrywood Art Fair's silent auction. I personally don't mind local biz owners letting us know they are here and explaining what they offer. Felicia
Citywide Effort Maps Austin's Trees!
posted by Katherine V. on February 9th, 2010 8:58 AM
Citywide Effort Maps Austin's Trees Originally Posted on Maplewood Elementary's Forum by: "Wendy Morgan" wendylmorgan@gmail.com marcommamma Mon Feb 8, 2010 8:20 am (PST) Saw this cool story on Statesman.com today about how Treefolks in partnership with Lady Bird Johnson Wild Flower Center have created a tree inventory/Google Map. So far there are no trees mapped in Cherrywood, Wilshire or Mueller, so check out the links below and have fun mapping! *Statesman* *Citywide effort to map urban forest gets off the ground* (story below) http://www.statesma n.com/life/ gardening/ citywide- effort-to- map-urban- forest-gets- off-216831. html *The Great Austin Tree Roundup* http://www.treeroundup. org Best, Wendy Citywide effort to map urban forest gets off the ground By Julie Bonnin FOR THE AMERICAN-STATESMAN Some of us have a sentimental attachment to trees. Adults marvel at their elegant architecture. Children peer in the open crevices of especially gnarled old live oaks looking for fairies, or climb the limbs like jungle gyms. But for those who require more concrete evidence of the contributions trees make, an innovative citizen-driven effort to map Austin-area trees can help you calculate how their presence affects a home or business site. The Great Austin Tree Roundup, launched in 2009, provides an easy online tool that anyone and everyone is encouraged to utilize. Once inventoried, a specific tree can be evaluated, based on its species and size. The mapping site gives you a calculation of the impact on storm water runoff, electricity savings and other environmental and economic factors. The Roundup is a joint effort between the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center and TreeFolks, an Austin nonprofit dedicated to planting more trees and educating people about their value. It grew out of an awareness of the need to document Austin-area trees, says TreeFolks executive director Scott Harris. "The overall value is getting people really thinking about trees as infrastructure with amazing benefits," Harris says. Some of those benefits include shading buildings to reduce energy consumption; capturing large quantities of carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas, to prevent it from being released into the atmosphere; and mitigating storm water runoff by filtering pollutants and slowing down the rush of water with their massive root systems. "All of the stuff you know trees do, there is a calculator that attaches a dollar amount to them," Harris says. While not every tree in Austin will be counted, the mapping will provide biologists with a better idea of the cross section of tree species that exist here. For example, urban foresters have projected "a wave of deforestation in the next few years," Harris said, due to mass plantings of the short-lived Arizona ash in new home developments. Tree mapping could help anticipate future urban forest needs and overall trends. There are other benefits: Unabashed tree huggers now have a way to document mature trees that might fall victim to a construction project, Harris said. And the Tree Roundup organizers hope the citizen interaction model will encourage non-foresters to become involved as "citizen scientists, furthering knowledge of the diversity of species, structure, health and functions of trees in their communities, " according to promotional materials. That's already happening, Harris says. "People just flip out, everywhere we present this. There are some folks in the Barton Hills neighborhood who are mapping trees as fast or faster than we can get the trees up." And organizers have barely started enlisting help with the project. Scout troops, schools and a broad range of conservation- minded groups will eventually be enlisted to help collect data. Previous tree inventories done by the City of Austin, the Wildflower Center and the University of Texas account for nearly 20,000 of the 22,634 trees already mapped. For more information about participating in the Roundup, go to http://www.treeroundup. org.
Vets and Animal Clinics
posted by amyk927 on December 27th, 2009 8:32 AM
I think I've posted this somewhere earlier on the site, but I agree with Lorrie and strongly recommend Dr. Palvino and Austin Vet Hospital. We're fairly new dog owners having adopted one in February and getting a puppy in September and Dr. Palvino has been very helpful with both of them. He has helped with medical issues and has also has been able to answer all of our questions, which have been numerous. We don't have cats, but I was talking to one of my co-workers last week about which vet she went to since she lives in Cherrywood and she also goes to Austin Vet Hospital. She sees one of Dr. Palvino's partners and said that she really appreciated their care when they went through a difficult time with one of their cats.Anyway, I think they're great and highly recommend them...also Dr. Palvino lives in the neighborhood which makes me feel even better about supporting them. Here's their web-site: http://austinvethospital.com/about/Amy
Holiday Tamales
posted by bpkramer on December 8th, 2009 3:52 PM
Maria, whose daughter Laura is in fourth grade at Maplewood, makes awesome tamales. They are delicious: she does chicken, pork, bean or cheese w/chile verde, by the dozen and her prices are very reasonable: $10 a dozen. She and her mom are making some this weekend (11, 12, 13). She will arrange pick-ups during the Cherrywood Art Fair. Pass the word, and order your dozen(s) today! Call her at 512-350-7249.
Cherrywood Art Fair Dec 12 & 13
posted by mrs aaron on December 2nd, 2009 7:34 AM
The Revenge of Austin Energy
posted by dje7 on November 10th, 2009 7:25 PM
I think AE performed fairly well at responding to neighborhood desires/concerns with the design for the substation in the Fiesta parking lot.If I recall there was quite a bit of neighborhood participation from Cherrywood Neighborhood Association, and we were instrumental in getting it to look significantly different than your typical substation.I think it did end up being significantly larger vertically than the neighborhood envisioned, and don't think they ever delivered on the idea for there to be artwork on the side panels.I do also remember some feelings of being sold a bill of goods that was not delivered upon when we saw the MASSIVE/HUGE/GINORMOUS towers go up alongside the other strung power lines.Now only if they could make them look like real trees. :)Definitely something to encourage neighborhood involvement in. If it's got to be done, we can make sure they have as much neighborhood input as possible.
Cherrywood Art Fair this weekend
posted by Atwood on December 9th, 2008 12:46 PM
Thanks for sharing. This looks awesome!
Cherrywood Art Fair this weekend
posted by GarrethWilcock on December 9th, 2008 7:32 AM
Cherrywood Art Fair is this weekend - 10a-6p Saturday and Sunday at Maplewood Elementary. It's a great place to pick up gifts, cherrywood/music.html">listen to music and see some Austin art and artists. cherrywoodartfair.org/">http://www.cherrywoodartfair.org Apologies if this has been posted before, but I couldn't locate it in the search.
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posted by momof4 on December 3rd, 2007 6:51 AM
We close on December 27th. So a little after y'all. I need to check into that HOA transfer number as I'm pretty sure mine was also put on the buyer's side when we signed prelimenary papers at Prestige. That is good to know info. I'll try to be there at the next MNA meeting although that is right in the middle of the Cherrywood art fair. Still, I'll pull myself away for a bit to come :) Do your houses look like they will actually be ready on your closing dates? Ours seems to be speeding along and seems like it will be ready sooner. Also, are you moving in pretty soon after your closing date? I'm just curious because I'm wondering how inhabited the area will be when we move in a few hours after we close. Felicia
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