CHRISTMAS WEEK HOURS The Nature Center will be closed Tuesday, December 24th and Wednesday, December 25th for Christmas. We will re-open on Thursday, December 26th. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional assistance.
CHRISTMAS MEMORIES Come out and join us for our annual Christmas Memories event on Friday, December 6th at McGrath Park. The event will run from 6pm-9pm. Plenty of fun for the whole family! Click here for additional information.
Meadows Place has launched a fun new Photo Contest that runs through January 7th, 2020. Come by City Hall or the Discovery Center by the pool, pick up a Butterfly Bottle, take it with you on your trip, take a picture and send it in to the City at email@example.com. This will get you … Continue reading
What a beautiful day for an even more beautiful event -the Grand Opening of the newest addition to the already outstanding parks system in Meadows Place. Congressman Pete Olson joined the Helfman Family, Parks Director Colene Cabezas, Mayor Charles Jessup, Aldermen Rick Staigle, Kurt Kopczenski, John Isbell and a park full of kids of all … Continue reading
Donations until December 18th We will be accepting donations for our partnership with Star of Hope until December 18th. If you have any clean, gently used adult clothing, blankets or would like to donate items for the children’s care packages, please drop them off at the Discovery Center, 11938 Amblewood Dr. The following items are … Continue reading
What a grand time as Maggie Flecknoe visited Meadows Place in her popular Where’s Maggie segment of the 39 Morning Dose. Maggie interviewed Eric Helfman, Parks Director Colene Cabezas, former YAC President Savanah Cabezas, the Mayor and several others in an emotional heartwarming segment previewing the Grand Opening of the new Helfman All Play Park. … Continue reading
Permits have been pulled and construction has started on the ‘New’ Meadows Elementary. Earth moving equipment is doing just that – moving earth, and lots of it as they prepare the foundation and trench for site drainage. Lots of fun to watch. The City will continue to post pictures of the action on a regular … Continue reading