Join us on Thursday, October 22nd from 6:00-9:00 at the Allan House for our 7th Annual Fall Fundraiser. Check out the event page for more information, including sponsorship opportunities, or secure your tickets below.
September 26, 2015 9am - 12pm
Join us at Lamar Terrace (29th and Lamar) to beautify this section of the Greenbelt. We'll be spreading mulch, removing invasives, hauling off flood debris, and picking up trash. PPC will provide tools and gloves so please just come with close-toed shoes and clothes that can get a little dirty.
Look forward to seeing y'all out there!
October 3, 2015 9am
Join PPC at Pease Park for another year of Be The Change! We'll work on mulching trails, picking up trash, removing invasives, moving gravel from the road back into the picnic area, and watering new flora in the lower part of the park. There is plenty of parking on Parkway and Kingsbury or you can access the park from the Shoal Creek Trail.
We'll meet at 9:00 near the historic picnic tables at 1100 Kingsbury Street. PPC will provide all the tools and gloves for the day, we just ask volunteers to come in close-toed shoes and clothes that can get a little dirty.
The Pease Park Conservancy will host its seventh annual celebration benefitting the Conservancy from 6:00 to 9:00 p. m., on Thursday, October 22, 2015, at the Allan House, 1104 San Antonio St., Austin, Texas. The event will feature live music by Will DuPuy, food furnished by the Grove Wine Bar, and beverages provided by 512 Brewing. Tickets are $75.00 per person. They can be purchased either at the door or online at www.peasepark.org.
“We are thrilled to host this annual event at the historic Allan House this year,” said Anne Wood, the...more
The once-crumbling retaining wall on the Shoal Creek Hike & Bike Trail north of Gaston Avenue now stands erect once more, thanks to the efforts of Pease Park Conservancy and the generous contributions of the Austin Parks Foundation and many local residents. Built one summer in the early 1960s under the supervision of the remarkable Janet Fish, the wall had deteriorated badly over the years as a result of flooding and human neglect. Now, new stones from Shoal Creek replace the missing or broken ones and the inclusion of rebar supports the structure to withstand the next fifty years and...more