Lantrip Elementary School is hosting a Plant Sale at 100 Telephone Road. This is a fund-raising event for outdoor improvements for the school. They will be selling herbs and vegetable starter plants and are also going to offer FREE classes on organic gardening.
Ripley House Neighborhood Center announces Fish Fry Fridays! March 2, 16, 30 at 4410 Navigation Boulevard. $10 per plate, available from 11 am to 1 pm. Catfish, Cole Slaw, Fries and Hush Puppies-dine in or take your plates “to-go”. For more information, call 713.315.6403.
Knights of Columbus Council 3077 Hall hosts a fish fry beginning Friday, February 24 and continuing every Friday during Lent. $8.00 each plate for lunch or dinner, 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. 402 Telephone Road near Polk Street. More information 713-923-6767
Council Member James Rodriguez will present the Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) for District I. The meeting will inform the community of upcoming projects scheduled in District I and afford citizens an opportunty to learn, voice concerns, and address the Council Member and City of Houston officials regarding project planning and delivery.
Council Member Ed Gonzalez will present the Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) for District H. The meeting will inform the community of upcoming projects scheduled in District H and afford citizens an opportunty to learn, voice concerns, and address the Council Member and City of Houston officials regarding project planning and delivery.
Supporters and volunteers of the Houston Museum of Culture are welcome to attend an information meeting at the East End Studio Gallery, 708-C Telephone Road at Lockwood. Learn about the future for a living museum about the way we live! More information: 713.667-6650, or visit the website at www.hmoc.org
Celebrate with us! East End Street Fest will celebrate Harrisburg Boulevard improvements along with Metro’s new East End Light Rail construction progress. Best Taco Contest, lots of activities for the whole family, Art Cars, Bicycle Safety and more! 4500 Harrisburg Boulevard near Lockwood. Sponsored by GEEMD, Houston East End Chamber of Commerce, Harrisburg Rotary, and […]
Join GEEMD staff and the community to help clean two important East End sites: the Dawson Lunnon Cemetery and Japhet Creek Park.
The City of Houston along with regional partners and the Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) are kicking off a two year project to develop a long range regional plan for sustainable development. The three meetings will focus on quality of life issues and important regional resouces such as clean air and water, jobs, and housing. Attend […]
SNAP will provide free spay and neuter for cats for zip codes 77011 and 77023 at Ripley House, 4410 Navigation Boulevard. CLIENTS ARE SERVED ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED BASIS. SPACE IS LIMITED.SNAP in cooperation with BARC Animal Shelter and Adoption and FCAP(CAP feral cat program) brings this cat trap/neuter/release program to you. For […]