Shooks Run is more than a creek–it’s part of a drainage basin undergoing study right now. Gary Rapp is Middle Shooks Run Neighborhood Association’s official representative on the study committee. You can also make comments on the Study’s website at http://www.shooksrundrainagestudy.com/.
March 29, 2015
March 28, 2015
Please join us for the MSRNA Potluck Dinner and Annual Meeting on Wednesday, April 15.
Potluck at 6:00, meeting from 7 to 8:30 at the Community Prep School Gym, 332 E. Willamette (corner of Willamette and Wahsatch.
Meet your neighbors, share ideas, enjoy some good food, pay your MSRNA dues, sign up for MSRNA email, learn about neighborhood events, talk to MSRNA board members. Want to get more involved in your neighborhood? Consider serving on the board. Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org or at the meeting!
Help us with the Spring Clean-up of Shooks Run (the creek that runs through our neighborhood) on Saturday April 25 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM (sponsored by the Middle Shooks Run Neighborhood Association). Come for an hour or four. Your assistance will be appreciated!
Meet at North Shooks Run Park, 706 North Franklin St. or Prairie Dog O’Byrne Park, 503 E. Bijou St. at Corona Music and refreshments to follow the cleanup. Trash bags provided; bring water, sunscreen, gloves. For more information: email us at email@example.com
March 4, 2015
City of Colorado Springs
Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Services
February 11, 2015
Coming March 18, 7-9pm, Community Prep School gym (332 E. Willamette, at Wahsatch)
Election Forum to meet and question mayoral and City Council at-large candidates in the April election. The event will be held jointly with the Patty Jewett Neighborhood Association and the Old North End Neighborhood.
You’re invited to write down your questions which will be put to the candidates by moderator (and Shooks Run neighbor) Steve Brown. Please send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org before March 9. Questions may focus on any issue relevant to City government including stormwater financing, City of Champions downtown facilities, economic development, relations between Council and Mayor, homeless, and more.
September 12, 2014
A big thank you goes to everyone who helped clean the creek. It looked great! Have you noticed the signs at Willamette and Kiowa that say “Sponsored by the Middle Shooks Run Neighborhood Association”?
Saturday, September 27
10 AM – 2 PM
Meet at Prairie Dog O’Byrne Park (Bijou and Corona)
North Shooks Run Park (700 block of North Franklin St.)
Bring gloves, water, sturdy shoes, and sunscreen. Trash bags
Rain Date is October 4.
For a description and history of our neighborhood creek click here.
August 23, 2014
The Little Market and Deli on Willamette is for sale. The plans for a restaurant in the space have fallen through.
Beautiful evening in the John “Prairie Dog” O’Byrne Park (August 21) with fantastic music by Mango fan Django!
Ice cream donated by Josh and John’s was popular!
Powered by neighbors pedaling with the Mobile Music Project.
Thanks for making it possible: Middle Shooks Run Neighborhood Association, Pikes Peak Community Fund, Colorado Springs Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services, Trails and Open Space Coalition, Josh and John’s Ice Cream.
July 2, 2014
Another beautiful summer evening in one of our neighborhood parks. We enjoyed Music on the Run in North Shooks Run Park (one block north of Willamette on El Paso/Franklin Street. The “Cool for Cats” duo of Nick Davey and Jeremy Facknitz played their versions of R&B, British pop and rock, Country, and Blues music.
Folks brought their blanket or lawn chairs, their dogs and kids, and enjoyed the smooth sounds of “Cool for Cats.” Powered by the Mobile Music Project (people generating power via bicycle pedaling). Free, thanks to the MSRNA, Pikes Peak Community Foundation, City Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services, and Trails and Open Space Coalition.
June 14, 2014
Neighbors gathered for the first of this summer’s Music on the Run events on Thursday, June 19. Bluegrass and original acoustic music of neighborhood artists “Out of Nowhere” http://www.reverbnation.com/outofnowherebluegrass was played. Electricity for the music was generated with neighbors pedaling with the Mobile Music Project. Great music by Out of Nowhere and a great turnout of neighbors.
The event was held one block north of Willamette on El Paso Street, in North Shooks Run Park next to the Concrete Couch. The event was open to all in the neighborhood thanks to the Middle Shooks Run Neighborhood Association, Pikes Peak Community Foundation, Trails and Open Space Coalition, Colorado Springs Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services.