The annual Oak Cliff Conservation League spring symposium is one of the most underrated events in our neighborhood.
Yes, it’s just a meeting where everyone sits around and listens to updates and informative spiels. But if you love Oak Cliff, you will love this meeting.
This year’s symposium is from 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Saturday, April 16, at Turner House.
It’s free for league members and $10 otherwise, and lunch is provided.
Here is the lineup:
Arturo Del Castillo of the City Design Group will update guests on plans to help rejuvenate Wynnewood Village and Jefferson Boulevard.
Evan Sheets, also from the City Design Group, will be discussing the new Urban Design Program.
Katherine Homan and Paul Carden will provide attendees with the latest information on the proposed Oak Cliff deck park over I-35, near the Dallas Zoo.
Ruth Klein of Temple Emanu-El oversees the East Dallas Community Garden and will share her insight on building and maintaining a healthy community garden.