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Crime Information Session + Ice Cream Sundae Bar

Tuesday, July 21 
The ice cream sundae bar opens at 6:30 p.m. and the meeting begins at 7 p.m.
Turner House, 401 North Rosemont Ave

The mid-year Winnetka Heights Crime Watch Information Session will be next week at Turner House, and will feature a special guest speaker, plus an ice cream sundae bar with cake and fresh fruit.

Our special guest speaker, City Attorney Yulise Waters, will address a variety of Winnetka Heights crime issues, from speeding cars and graffiti to theft from vehicles and burglary.

In addition to Ms. Waters, we expect to have members of the Dallas Police Department available for a Q&A session. Winnetka Heights Crime Watch Committee Chairman Russ Aikman will open the session with a briefing on recent crime in Winnetka Heights.

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July Neighborhood Happy Hour

July Neighborhood Happy Hour
Thursday, July 9 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
CiboDivino Marketplace and Caffe, 1868 Sylvan Avenue 

Summer is here and what better way to celebrate than to enjoy wine, craft beers, delicious pizza and other Italian market fare with your neighbors? Join us next week for our neighborhood happy hour at CiboDivino, one of Oak Cliff’s newest hotspots.

Thanks to CiboDivino for hosting. See you then!

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Winnetka Heights Community Yard Sale 

 Due to inclement weather, the Winnetka Heights Community Yard Sale has been moved to Sunday.

Make Some Extra Cash this Summer at the Community Yard Sale

Sunday, June 27 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Participate from your home or the parking lot of Turner House, 401 North Rosemont Avenue

Ready to clean out your closets, attic, spare room and garage, plus make some extra cash? De-clutter your home and participate in the Winnetka Heights Community Yard Sale.

There are two ways you can participate:

Set Up at Turner House
If you don’t have a lot of items to sell and want the drive-up appeal of a larger sale, you can join your neighbors and set up at Turner House. We’ll even provide you with signs and the appropriate permits.

Set Up at Home
If you have a lot of items to sell, or items that are too bulky to haul to Turner House, you can host your own yard sale at your home that very same day. We’ll be at Turner House handing out maps that show all the individual sales going on in Winnetka Heights that day, so be sure to send us your address so we can add it to the map!

If you have your own sale at home, you’ll need to obtain your own permit, which you can easily do at any city library. Go online for information, and to download and print the permit application.

Whether you set up shop at home or Turner House, if you need to a table, you can rent 6-foot tables from ABC Party on Davis Street. For more information, contact Candace Bossay at cbossay@yahoo.com or 214.714.2131 by Friday, June 26. 

If you have a few items you’d like to get rid of, but don’t want to have a full-on sale, donate them to the Winnetka Heights table. Proceeds from these items will pay for Winnetka Heights Community Yard Sale expenses like the signs, bottled waters, ice, etc.