2016 July 4 Neighborhood Parade

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Greetings Barton Hills,

Please come out on the 4th of July morning to participate in the Barton Hills 4th of July Parade and after party. Family, friends and visitors are certainly welcome !!!

We will be assembling at the Barton Hills Market at 8:30am. The parade will begin at 9am, with the procession led by Austin Fire Department Station 11 fire truck, and we will conclude at Barton Hills Elementary for the after party.

Our parade marshal this year will be Barton Hills resident and Austin City Council District 5 representative Ann Kitchen.

Our great Greenbelt Guardians will be marching in the procession. Girl Scout Troop 773, Brownies Troop 130, and Cub Scout Pack 14 will be in the parade.

We encourage everyone to wear their Red White and Blue !!!!

We will be having a contest for the kids! There will be prizes for the TOP 3 decorated Bicycles and TOP 3 Wagons/Carts !!!

Last but not least, do you have a dog that likes to dress up ??? We will have a prize for the MOST PATRIOTIC POOCH !!!!

If you have a classic car or fancy Harley motorcycle we welcome you to join the procession.

If you want to make a float please do!

* Of note, this is a family event and we are not allowing commercial advertising on vehicles or floats. If you want to be a sponsor please contact Carol Mann at 512-695-3057 or

After parade party will be held at Barton Hills Elementary. Please see all the details below:

Barton Hills 2016 4th of July Parade

8:30am – Assemble at Barton Hills Market for parade march
9:00am – Parade Begins

Parade will be led by Austin Fire Department Station 11
Ann Kitchen, City Council District 5 Rep and Barton Hills resident, will be Parade Marshal
Parade will include:

  • Girl Scout Troop 773 and Brownies Troop 130
  • Cub Scout Pack 14
  • Greenbelt Gauardians
  • Classic Cars
  • All of our great neighbors wearing their Red White and Blue
  • All the neighborhood kids with their decorated bicycles and wagons
  • All the patriotic pooches and puppies

Parade After Party at Barton Hills Elementary:

  • Star Spangled Banner sung by BH resident Laurie Mechler
  • Watermelon and Cookies
  • Parade Contest winners announced
  • Vendors: Jim Jim’s Ice and Amy’s Ice Cream
  • Finger Printing by Constable’s Office
 

2016 Blues on the Green information

BOTG-2016-logoHi Neighbors,

It’s that time of the year again and the Blues on the Green summer concert series is going to be starting on Wednesday May 25. There will be four shows again this year. I will include all dates/rain dates, event time, and traffic information below. See attached documents for specific event information from KGSR and three traffic maps.

Dates: May 25, June 22, July 13, August 3
(Rain Dates: June 8, June 29, July 20, August 10)

Time: 8-10pm

NEIGHBORHOOD CALL IN LINE: 311

Traffic Information:

Traffic control times are 4pm to 10pm. Police will be stationed at the intersection of Barton Springs and Robert E Lee.

Lane Closures:

Robert E Lee will be blocked off at 9pm allowing only northbound traffic to turn eastbound on to Barton Springs Rd.

One lane closure will occur at 9:30pm on Barton Springs Road.
Westbound from Sterzing , eastbound from Columbus.

Full closure of Barton Springs will most likely occur at the end of the concert at 10pm, this will be determined by the police for each event.

Drop Off Zone: Drop off zone set up on Sterzing Road

South Lot of Barton Springs Pool will have attendants at south entry way and only pool parking will be allowed.

If you have any questions please reply and I will attempt to answer them or direct you to the parks department for further help.

Take care,
David


BHNA President

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April 26 BHNA General Meeting Agenda

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Barton Hills Neighborhood Association
Meeting Agenda – April 26, 2016

1. Meeting Convenes

2. Brief Announcements:

  • 4th of July Marshal Announcement
  • Blues on the Green Dates

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Treasurer’s Report – Stan Ostrum

5. ANC Report – Kay Killen

6. Neighborhood Committee Reports:

  • Neighborhood Park Improvement – Roy Smithers
  • Greenbelt Guardians – Glee Ingram
  • Neighborhood Watch
  • Area Development – Peter Hess
  • Emergency Preparedness – Susan Donaldson
  • Traffic Calming – Vanessa Gonzalez

7. Traffic Presentation;
– Bike Lane, Traffic Calming, BHE Sidewalks, Homedale Traffic
Laura Dierenfield, Mike Schofield, COA Active Transportation Department

8. Other Business

9. Meeting Adjourns

AGENDA UPDATE: The Planned Outdoor Concert Venue at The Long Center will also be discussed. See attached document Skyline Theatre Neighborhood Info.pdf. Additional information has been posted to the neighborhood listserve.

 
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