Get hip to OC, learn to write grants, at neighborhood symposium

The Old Oak Cliff Conservation league hosts a neighborhood symposium from 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Saturday, April 14 at Turner House.

Council members Delia Jasso and Scott Griggs will give updates on their districts. Attendees will also hear from the Fort Worth Avenue Development Group, Keep Oak Cliff Beautiful, the city sanitation department, FIDO Oak Cliff, 911 Wildlife, real estate professionals, public libraries and more.

In the afternoon, conservation league past president Michael Amonett presents “Researching the History of Your Home.” Barbara Barbee, another past president, presents “How to Organize a Neighborhood Kit.”

Starting at 2 p.m., get instructions on how to write a grant proposal to the conservation league.

See the full schedule here. And rsvp to The symposium is free, but coffee, breakfast and lunch, catered from Bolsa Mercado, costs $10 per person.

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