E-Vote – Library Closure

This is an official e-vote for dues paying members. If you haven’t paid your 2014 dues you can pay via PayPal (Join Now!) on the right sidebar.

“The Milwood Library will be closing for 13 months for remodeling that does not include an expansion.

Should WXNA;
1. Oppose the timeline and push for a quicker reopening?
2. Support the closure and remodel?
3. Oppose the closure and remodel in it’s entirety?”

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Austin Night Out 2014

Tuesday, October 7th, 2014 from 6:00-9 PM

at 12105 Scribe Dr. next to Balcones Park

Food! Music! Raffle! Fire Engine! Police Car! Balloons! Bring the KIDS!

Smoked Brisket, Ham, Chicken & Hot Dogs, straight off the smoker, courtesy of all dues paying Walnuts. This is a potluck affair so feel free to bring side dishes, drinks or desserts. We always need lawn chairs, popup tents, tables and things for the kids. If you’ve not paid your 2014 dues, this would be the time! Bring $12 and get a raffle ticket!

Download Flyer here.

Independence Day 2014

Friday, July 4th, 2014

The Walnut Crossing Neighborhood Association, in conjunction with the Milwood Neighborhood Association, invite you to attend our 11th Annual Independence Day Parade & Picnic!

We always need volunteers, so please sign up below.

Flyers are ready for distribution and are on my porch at 12105 Scribe. Come on by and grab your street!

Download/view flyer here.

9:00 a.m. Parade Participants gather at (Milwood Baptist Church Parking Lot)

9:30 a.m. Parade Begins! Follow the Firetruck! (South along Cabana to Eton, Eton to Balcones Park)

Burgers and Hot Dogs straight off the grill at Balcones District Park.

10:00 a.m. Performance by the Austin Civic Wind Ensemble!

Support your neighborhood association by joining or renewing your $12 membership at the event!

Plenty Of Ice Cold Drinks.

Raffle Tickets Available for Great Prizes from our Supporters!

Popup Tents needed.

Thanks and I can’t wait to see everyone there.

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It’s My Park Day – 2014

It's My Park Day!

Walnut Crossing and Milwood Neighborhood Associations are partnering up again for a cleanup of Balcones Park for It’s My Park Day on Saturday, March 1st from 9AM to 3PM.

This is the some of what we picked up last year;

Huge Pile of Trash

Huge Pile of Trash

Please click on the logo above and signup today. We’ll see you there!

General Meeting 2014

Howdy Walnuts,

We’ll hold our Annual General Meeting on Thursday, March 13th at 6:30 P.M at the Milwood Library. Our three member board holds one year terms and our election will be held then. If you have an interest in running please let us know.

You should renew your $12 yearly dues via Paypal before the meeting if feasible. We’ll still accept cash, checks and credit cards the night of, but please arrive early. Reminder, only dues paying members can vote.

2013 was a crazy year, yet we still held a successful Independence Day, National Night Out, Neighborhood Garage Sale, Halloween Food Drive and our 2nd Annual Easter Egg Hunt. Thank you to all our volunteers!

There are a lot of things that WXNA did in 2103 that are not at the forefront of folks minds, We;

1. Successfully influenced the Independent Citizens Redistricting Council to include Walnut Crossing in Council District 7, where we’ll have better representation and inclusion with neighborhoods of more common interests.

2. Lobbied City Council regarding the Northern Walnut Creek Trail, which spearheaded us into having a voice to work with the Public Works Department in redesigning the trail in Balcones Park.

3. Our Garden Committee Chair, Sabrina Joplin, with the initial support and backing of WXNA, pioneered the Adelphi Acre Community Garden. This was not a WXNA effort, but never would have progressed without WXNA members. Congratulations to Sabrina, Mary, Debbie and the rest of their great team of volunteers for creating a model for others to follow.

Moving on in 2014; we still need a sidewalk on Adelphi, but the bureaucratic obstacles and lack of funding are strong. Waters Park Apartments might not feel a civic duty to help, but they might have an economic incentive.

There’s always been discussion in the past about things folks would like to start doing or continue doing, so if you have any suggestions or would like to get something going, please let the board know.

Lastly, please encourage your neighbors and new Walnuts to join the google group and follow us on facebook.


WXNA Board