40 years ago, a diverse group of Clarksville activists established the CCDC in response to the displacement of many long time neighborhood residents by MoPac and to the first wave of gentrification to hit Clarksville.Read More
Before her death, RuthAnn Brown, who was devoted to Clarksville and to her church was working with long-time Clarksville resident and CCDC board member Aubrey Carter, on the design of a tee shirt that she planned to have ready for her 2nd annual Funk Fest.Read More
We've got some great stuff in our silent auction this year:
GC Waterpark Typhoon Texas
GC Austin Bouldering Project
Austin Steam Train GC
GC Nland Surf Park
GC Cafe Monet
Breakfast with Mayor Pro Tem Tovo
Lunch with Mayoral candidate Laura Morrison
GC Austin Pub Crawler
Beautiful family-size Yucatan hammock
GC Peter Pan Golf
GC Barton Springs Nursery
1 hour of legal advice
GCs to restaurants like Wink, Hopdoddy, Cover3, and Vespaio
GC Lake Travis Zipline Adventures
And lots more!!
The event runs from 1pm - 5pm. However, silent auction bidding ends at 4:30.
BTW, the first 300 attendees at the Fun Fest will receive a $10 GC from Whole Earth Provision Company.
The Clarksville Community Development Corporation (CCDC), the neighborhood organization for historic Clarksville, will host its 10th Annual Family Fun Fest from 1-5 on Sunday, May 20th at the Pauline Brown Clarksville Neighborhood Center, 1807 West 11th Street.Read More
Learn all about the local historic district (LHD) -- facts and fallacies -- one of the best tools available to residents of Austin's historic neighborhoods when they want to save their neighborhood's historically contributing home and preserve its historic look.Read More