Water-harvesting, traffic-calming chicane clean up party - this Saturday, August 10 at 8am. Meet at the intersection of 9th Ave and 1st Street. Bring water, pruning shears, and gloves.We will work together to spruce up some of our streets' chicanes and circles. Brad Lancaster will show you how to identify the plants we want to keep (native wildflowers, native grasses, and good… See more
When: This Saturday, August 3 at 7:30 in the morning (until about 10:30 or 11am)
Where: Dunbar/Spring Community Garden
Enjoy a Saturday morning with neighbors helping to keep the famous Dunbar/Spring Garden in good shape!
Put in new irrigation lines for fruit and other trees at the Community Garden. We received a small grant from Ironwood Tree Experience to buy… See more
Featuring video from our neighborhood with text about Brad's early days in Dunbar/Spring. This is a well-done piece.American Oasis, Harvesting the Sky to Live in a Dry LandFrom the article: "A year before he met Maseko, Lancaster and his brother, Rodd, brought a house in the neighborhood of Dunbar/Spring.They didn’t have a lot of choices.
Dunbar/Spring was a… See more
Here is an article about the arts and downtown Tucson. Dunbar/Spring is featured prominantly. Alex Newman, Special To The Chronicle Tucson is skewing younger and hipper with coffeehouses, restaurants, shops and an artists' neighborhood that boasts a remarkable bike shop without any attitude.Read more:http://www.sfchronicle.com/travel/article/Hip-little-Tucson-heats-up-… See more
The board of the Dunbar/Spring Neighborhood Association has its annual officer elections at the regular April meeting scheduled for April 15th at 7pm. Come vote on officers to represent the Association for the next year. Or if you'd like to run for a position, come to the meeting and announce your candidacy.Board positions include President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, and… See more