Clean Sweep is Saturday, April 9th
Cleanup Events: 9 AM – 11 AM
Volunteer Party: 11:30AM – 1:30PM
Join others in our area sponsored by our allied groups: Capital Metro: Cleans up the Metz Spray Park; The Trail Foundation: North shore of Lady Bird Lake from Congress Avenue Bridge to Longhorn Dam, meetup behind the Holiday Inn at the Boat Ramp; The Expedition School: Camacho Center @ Lady Bird Lake meetup at Camacho Center; Texas Rollergirls: meetup at E Cesar Chavez St & Chicon St. Registration is now open! Keep Austin Beautiful (KAB) would love to connect you with an existing cleanup or beautification project. Be a part of these events by calling Jessica Wilson at 391-0622 or see: www.keepaustinbeautiful.org/cleansweep.
Cleanup volunteers are invited to a FREE volunteer party with music, food, environmental education activities and more. KAB needs volunteers to help at the party! You’ll get a cool event t-shirt and free food. We need volunteers throughout the day to assist with set-up, work various shifts throughout the event, serve food, distribute door prize tickets, etc. Anyone of any age can participate, so sign up today at www.KeepAustinBeautiful.org/CleanSweep
Terrazas Library, 1105 E. Cesar Chavez St.
Call 974-3625 or see www.cityofaustin.org/library
Talk Time on Wednesday nights at 7 pm http://www.austinlibrary.com/newip/index.cfm?action=i_talktime
Computer Class and Lab on Wednesday mornings.
We’ve got a new photo and video exhibit up. See: http://www.cityofaustin.org/library/news/nr20110124.htm
March 22nd, at 7 pm, “International World Water Day” http://www.unwater.org/worldwaterday/about.html Meet artists in the El Tanque Y El Agua exhibit, a representative from El Porvenir, which was the group that sponsored the project in Nicaragua, and David Greene, an environmental engineer coordinating our City’s Clean Water efforts.
Friday, March 18 (and other third Fridays of each month)
Friday, March 11 (and other second Fridays of each month) 4 pm, “What the Craft?!? Teen Book Club: Music” Read something related to the monthly theme, and come prepared for interesting crafts and good book discussions. For youth ages 8 to 14 years old.