If you haven’t been out to Ramsey Park lately, I encourage you to visit this weekend. The transformation is really coming together. Some paths are open, the basketball court shade is back up, and the play structures are beginning to rise. Over the next few weeks it will be very exciting to see Phases II and III finish.
The park committee met with PARD on Monday and we are on track to complete Phases II and III by Continue reading
You’d have to be on a hunger strike not to be aware of the growth in popular new eateries skirting the northeast corner of Rosedale. Some more established favorites, such as Gusto, Blue Plate, Apothecary, and Pint House Pizza have recently been joined by neighboring newcomers including Fork and Taco and Noble Sandwich. Now an Austin Business Journal article cites speculation about possible interest in the large parcel of land just to the north that is the site for the ‘not long for this hood’ Omelettry restaurant. Given all this, plus other new restau’s in the Lo-Burn corridor, might we be in for yet another hot, local eatery?
The second 2014 RNA newsletter has gone out. Residents should have had one delivered to their homes, and anyone can always check out this issue, or previous issues, on this site. This newsletter looked back at the 2014 July 4th celebration, and looks forward to 2015 recognizing next year’s RNA officers and at-large steering committee members. There’s also Ramsey Park updates, plus thanks to all donors and a special list of those at $500 and above. Included are ways to pay your 2015 RNA dues and one last chance to buy a Ramsey Park paver.
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The Rosedale Neighborhood Association will hold its annual membership and officer selection meeting on Monday evening, November 24, 2014, at 6:45 pm at the Yarborough Library on Hancock. All are welcome to come!
The highlight of the agenda is the selection of officers and steering committee members for the coming year. The slate of candidates recommended by the
Movie Night in Ramsey Park is happening again Saturday November 8th! Movie Night is paying tribute to the late Robin Williams in a perfect role for him, as a grown up Peter Pan looking to recover his lost Peter Pan-ness! Dustin Hoffman makes a dastardly Captain Hook!
Come join in! Bounce houses will be going at 5:00 p.m. and the movie will start a little after 6:00. Gusto Italian Kitchen will be there with some yummy fare and Midtown Church will be giving away popcorn.
The RNA would like to thank Allison Allen for organizing, and thanks to the businesses/organizations above and to all of the sponsors for helping make this movie night possible: The Draught House Pub, Pathway to Fitness Personal Training, Mike Robertson – Vista Lending, and Allison Allen – Realty Austin.
Join your neighbors as we gather to celebrate our successful efforts to renovate Ramsey Park and hopefully close the remaining fundraising gap!
The party is Sunday, Nov. 9th at 4 PM with food and drink provided by Upper Crust Bakery, Fork & Taco, Stinson’s Bistro, Pinthouse Pizza, Snap Kitchen, Tiny Pies, Chez Zee, Rosedale Neighborhood Association and others — hosted in the backyard of Charlotte’s Fiesta Flowers, 4404 Burnet Rd, just a half-block north of Ramsey Park.
There will be a meeting of the Rosedale Neighborhood Association on Monday, October 27th, 2014. The meeting starts at 6:45 p.m. and typically is over by around 8:00. The meeting is held at the Yarborough Branch of the Austin Public Library. All are welcome to come! The planned agenda is included below.
The City of Austin has expanded its recycling program to include many more hard plastics such as laundry baskets, pet carriers, dish drainers and trash cans. These plastics can be manufactured into things like ice scrapers, rakes, battery cables, plastic lumber, fencing and more. All items must fit into the blue trash can with the lid closed. Any metal parts should be removed and all items should be rinsed before recycling. Only hard plastics are accepted; plastic foam, plastic bags, and plastic wrap are still not allowed.
It’s been said that good fences make good neighbors. When it comes to Ramsey Park, good fences are a sign of exciting things to come as construction on Phases II and III gets kicked off. Tree protection and other prep measures that have been put in place are needed for laying the new pathways and installation of the new playscapes.
Please be aware that for the most part the Continue reading