Halloween Brownie Park event / Evento de parque Brownie Día de brujas

The Halloween park event Saturday, October 29 from 10am – 2pm at Brownie Playground was bigger and better than ever. About a hundred kids, parents and neighbors slid through a haunted house, smashed piñatas, bounced, and just generally enjoyed a sunny day in the park.

Adams Automotive and Transmission, Vincent and Anita sponsored the bouncy house. Loew’s donated materials for the haunted house. WalMart donated costumes and decorations. State Rep Joaquin Castro donated items for the goody bags, and was available to talk with residents. Parks and Rec maintenance crew got the park and easement ready. Many other people lent power cords, donated supplies, and helped with set up and take down. Thanks!

Contact Miss Fawn if you’d like to help with future park events.

Recommendation 22: Organize and promote neighborhood events with an
emphasis on the cultural diversity found throughout the neighborhood.
Objective P.2: Improve the access to and safety of Brownie Playground.
Recommendation 46 Examine opportunities for a public-private partnership to develop and manage community recreational facilities, including a new park.

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The North Lamar/Georgian Acres neighborhood is a diverse and connected mixed-use area bounded by 183, North Lamar, Braker, and I-35. The "North Lamar/Georgian Acres contact team" (NLCT) works to achieve our vision of a safe healthy neighborhood for residents, property owners, and businesses.
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