Showing posts from March, 2019

Design & Inspiration Today: Living in Tandem with Trees

S A V E t h e D A T E
Sunday • March 31st
adopt your free trees
starts at 9am at the Heights Fire Station

Shout out to Trees for Houston!
Yale Green Corridor starts it’s sign campaign - you can help to achieve the goal to meet the City of Houston’s matching grant by June 1st!
Heights Garden Club will be there - learn about their amazing garden tours, activities and Blvd beautification projects
Joe Parrott from Bartlett Trees will be on hand to answer your questions about your trees
Selfie Stop, vendors and more!
Get involved, participate and volunteer - everyone is invited—

Here's the List graciously provided by Trees for Houston
Houston Heights Association Urban Forestry celebrates Sunday, March 31st at the Heights Fire Station
TREE FESTIVAL • Gift of Trees Day🌲🌳
This year Trees for Houston is giving trees that will grow 5 to 15' tall -- perfect for small gardens spaces, or to add to landscaping.
Here's the…

Design & Inspiration Today: TURN BACK TIME the story of the Heights Today and Yesterday

Turn Back Time  at the Monthly Meeting Program Monday March 11th Houston Heights Fire Station
A great evening with charismatic special guests and history buffs

Author Dawn Adams Cole “Drops of Cerulean” "Houston Heights, and Houston in general, embody the mythical spirit of creation and possibility. It is this ethos that inspired Drops of Cerulean, a character-driven narrative that includes Houston as an evolving character."
Her new novel is a story of love, loss and rebirth in the Heights from 1930 to today. Just on NPR - Dawn is currently on Book Tour
Mister McKinney Cross obsessive historical knowledge about Houston’s past with the showmanship of P.T. Barnum, toss in an open-air school bus, and you have R.W. McKinney. Or, as he is more widely known, Mister McKinney — the founder and brand ambassador of Mister McKinney’s Historic Houston.  At its heart, his big yellow School Bus aims to appeal to youngsters and drum up the next generation of preservationists. “Ensuring Houston’s futu…