Sign up for the
7h Annual Old North End Yard Sale Day
Saturday, June 8, 2012
Last year we had over 90 individual yard sales at the Old North End Yard Sale Day with hundreds of people walking our neighborhood for deals! This year we expect even more! Individuals can have their yard sales independently, or team up with neighbors and families to do it together. We also encourage cookie, lemonade and breakfast burrito stands!
When you sign up to participate, the ONEN will also provide:
* Free Advertising – The yard sale will be listed in local papers, the ONEN website, our e-blasts, and community flyers
* Free Yard Sale sign for you, and signage within the neighborhood
* Maps with addresses and a listing of items for sale
* ARC Truck at Wood & Espanola for usable yard sale leftover donations. Proceeds go to Steele Elementary.
To sign up for the Yard Sale Day, please provide the following info (Note: only the address and listing of sale items will be published):
- Phone number or email address
- Brief listing of items (you can add to this later as the yard sale day gets closer)
Please email your info to firstname.lastname@example.org or register through the link on the ONEN website at: www.oldnorthend.org . Yard sales must be registered by June 2 to be on the map and receive a sign.
P.S. – Yard Sale Sign Amnesty: If you have a green/white ONEN Yard Sale sign from previous years, please return it to 2013 Wood Avenue. We lost over 30 signs last year!
Master Plan Meeting
Since November 2012, several Old North End neighbors, including ONEN Board Members, have been part of a working group to address immediate and long-term safety and mobility of all who travel through and around the Colorado College campus. Here is information on the next meeting that of the working group that is open to the public:
The technical team drafting recommendations for safety and mobility improvements on the Colorado College campus and in the surrounding area will present a synopsis during a meeting May 1.
Time/Date: 4 to 5:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Place: Gates Common Room (3rd floor), Palmer Hall, 1025 N. Cascade Ave (east of Tutt Library)
Parking: North of Palmer Hall off E. Uintah St., just east of N. Cascade.
The draft recommendations are based on community values and community vision established by the roughly 40 members of the working group. It includes input received from citizens, businesses, community leaders, City of Colorado Springs staff and college and student body representatives. A road system traffic analysis to establish existing and projected future traffic volumes will be included in the draft plan. Colorado Springs city staff is reviewing the recommendations for cost implications, feasibility and technical acceptability.
“We want to stress that the public vetting process is not yet over,” said Tim Seibert, project manager with N.E.S., the firm leading the master transportation plan process. “What we have at this point is a recommendation based on all the input we’ve received to this point from the community and the working group.”
The Chamber Singers, the 24-member ensemble of the Colorado Springs Choral Society, a touring, semi-professional chorus, is holding auditions for all voice parts!
Wednesday, May 22nd, 6-9 pm by appointment, First Christian Church, 16 E Platte Ave (downtown) Call 634-3737 to schedule.
Please prepare one aria or art song. Sight reading and aural skills will also be assessed. An accompanist will be provided.
Call-backs will be held on Tuesday, May 28th, from 7-9 pm.
Spruce Up the Springs
Saturday, May 18th, 7:30am to Noon at Bonforte Park. Celebrate with Freedom Honda at the Bonforte Park renovation. Please see the website for more details. We hope to see you there !!
American Guild of Organists
Concert at First Presbyterian Church
On Monday evening, May 13th, the Colorado Springs Chapter of the American Guild of Organists is presenting their annual progressive organ recital. The first program will begin at 6:30 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church, 219 E. Bijou. The next program, beginning at 7:15 p.m., will be at St. Mary’s Cathedral, 22 W. Kiowa. The final program at First United Methodist Church, 420 N. Nevada, will begin at 8:00 p.m., and will be followed by a dessert reception.
On May 4th from 10am-7pm CC will be having an event called “Blues and Shoes” on the quad between Slocum Hall and Shove Chapel. This is a great day of bluegrass music, barbecue and outdoor games.
Saturday, May 11th, CC will host “Llamapalooza”, which is a large-scale outdoor music festival in the quad in front of Worner Center. They will bring in a stage, professional sound system and lights, and hire national recording artists. That event runs from 11am-11pm on May 11th, and will involve a street closure of Cascade Avenue from Uintah to Cache La Poudre from 11am until 2-3am on May 12th. Community tickets can be purchased at the Worner Center Desk for $30. They expect total attendance to be about 2,500 people. The sound will be aimed south, so though you’ll likely hear the event, they hope to minimize the negative impact.
Commencement and Graduation Ceremony will be on Monday, May 20th at 8:30am. This will involve a street closure that may affect the morning commute. Cascade Avenue from Uintah to Cache La Poudre will be closed from 7am-1:30pm.
CC has announced Marian Wright Edelman as their 2013 Commencement Speaker. More information is available here - http://www.coloradocollege.edu/commencement/
Please contact email@example.com or 719-389-6800 with any questions or concerns.
First Christian Church
On Sunday, May 5 at 3:00 p.m., First Christian Church at Cascade & Platte is presenting the Air Force Academy Band Stellar Brass Quintet and Percussion with Carol Wilson, organ. The program will feature everything from blues and a tango to patriotic numbers and classical works from the Renaissance to the present. No admission charge.
Have a great week!
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