Sunday, September 20, 2009

Bryan Park Meeting 9/22, Agenda and Announcements

MEETING, TUESDAY 9/22, 7-8pm
Free Methodist Church, corner of Lincoln & Grimes

9/22 Monthly Meeting Agenda:
New Business:
Ann and Alan Schertz are applying for a variance with the city and would like to keep the BPNA folks in the loop. They will bring copies of their plan to the meeting.

What about advertising on the blog?
We will begin a discussion about neighborhood businesses and services advertising on the blog. The topic is our local economy--supporting neighborhood businesses. Massage therapy? Babysitting coop? Lawn services? Join the discussion!

BP historic homes tour Oct. 25-25
Confirm date?

Bryan Park Conservation District
Several people have asked to explore the idea of getting the Bryan Park area designated as a Conservation District. We will have copies of the Jan 2008 BPNA newsletter article, to start the discussion.

Peace Week Events
Tues. Sept 22nd, there is a Town Meeting "Envisioning Bloomington as a City of Peace" in the Council Chambers.

Bloomington Waste Not
The group "Volunteers For Change" is starting to plan ahead for collecting discarded furniture during the next student turnover. If you are interested in participating, contact Anne McLaughlin, Volunteers for Change,, (812) 327-3804.

There will be a meeting on Wednesday, September 23rd, 1:00 pm,
City Hall, McCloskey Room.

Dance to Live, Live to Love
Craig Brenner & the Crawdads announce a dance party to celebrate their new CD, Live to Love. The event is part of The Art of Mental Health 2009. It benefits Mental Health America of Monroe County.

When: October 10, 2009, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Bloomington Convention Center, 302 S. College Avenue, Bloomington, IN.
Tickets: $15, available at the event and at the Buskirk-Chumley Ticket Office.

Looking for house to rent
Susan Fernandes has a friend who needs a rental for her family to come here for half of a sabbatical year, starting spring semester. She is looking at areas close to the University. This family is from Bloomington originally, with 2 children ages 10 & 5, and has excellent references, with local family and contacts. The husband is on the faculty at a Canadian university and wants to come here to do some research. If you have any leads to something that may be available for spring semester, please contact Susan at or 812-855-7364.

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