Welcome to the DMNC's website. Over time, we hope this site provides increasingly valuable information for our neighborhood. If you would like to help with the site or provide material, please contact the volunteer Webmaster - Debbie Martin at wildtrax@dcn.org. We also want to thank the Davis Community Network for providing us this site for free!

Presently, we need some friends of the path to the community garden to help in planting, mulching/weeding, and occasionally watering this stretch. Day jobs or long-term options. Good vibe benefits. Contact any board member if you are interested.

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Neighborhood Happy Hour
Friday, September 7, 2018
7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
546 L Street
Ingrid's Home

How it works: First Friday of every month Davis Manor neighbors come together to share drinks and snacks, catch up and make merry. A neighbor hosts this in their home, at the mural, or in the mini-park. Neighbors can bring a drink or snack to share - or just show up, no rsvp needed. It's best if you bring your own plate, cup and utensils so the host doesn't have to do much clean up. That's it!

Art for Our Park!
Decorate colorful clay tiles for the mosaic bench for our N St. Mini-Park.
Sunday, September 16th
11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
1516 Duke Dr. driveway

Hands-on clay tile making party. It's an art party that everyone can join. Bench design, all materials, and instruction provided. All ages welcome. Dress for mess. Local artist Amanda Larson has incorporated your feedback into the final design and it's going to be awesome!

Neighbors' Night Out
October 14, 2018

  • 10 a.m. -2 p.m. Mosaic Bench Grouting Party! See the transformation first hand when adding grout makes the design come alive
  • 4 -7:30 pm - Neighbors Night Out street festival and potluck -- in the park!
 
 

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      June 27th Green Streets Meeting Notes - If you missed the meeting and want to get more involved, please contact one of the people named in the notes.

June 7th Green Streets Meeting was held with Kevin Perry to determine next steps. View June 7th notes.

May 17th special guest speaker Kevin Perry spoke to our neighborhood about potential ways to make our streets more green, sustainable, and pedestrian friendly. If you missed it read the meeting notes and view Kevin Perry's slide show.

M and Duke Street Mural Photos

Mark Lakeman of The City Repair Project spoke to our neighborhood on March 15, 2016. If you missed it, view his Ted Talk to spark ideas for our neighborhood.

Missed Neighbors' Night Out and Dare to Imagine? View the video here. We welcome news and new ideas.

To post an announcement, contact Debbie.

 

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