Owner Scott Smith gave us quite a scare the week before Thanksgiving. Those shopping at the Blue Jackalope grocery store were greeted by marked down prices and the sad news that the store wouldn’t make it past the holiday.
Well, Scott sent out his e-flyer as usual this month with nary a word about the closing. Not only is the Jackalope not closing (Scott says they’ve been “reorganizing”), the store’s inventory is expanding to include pastries, sandwiches and a larger coffee menu. Scott is also entering the world of entertainment in order to diversify so keep an eye out for his e-flyer for chances to hear local music and poetry from The Altar.
On Saturday, January 3rd Crosbie Heights is holding a “Save the Jackalope” benefit concert at the store.
This is it Brady Heights! Your second chance! Go and support a fabulous local business!
After a brief partying hiatus courtesy of last year’s devastating ice storm, the neighborhood is cordially invited to the return of the annual Brady Heights Holiday Party! This year’s party will be held on December 15th at 7pm and will be hosted at the home of Michelle and Richard Barnett at 1119 North Denver.
Main-dishes will be provided by the BHNA. Please bring a desert or side dish to share, and as much holiday cheer as you can muster! Beverages of all kinds are welcome. Feel free to bring your children, as baby-sitting will be available.
This year we will also be conducting an ornament exchange. The ornaments can be either handmade, or store bought.
Barring any unforeseen natural disasters, we look forward to seeing everyone there!
During the month of December the Brady Heights Neighborhood Association takes a break from its monthly meeting. Please join us at Centenary United Methodist Church for the Annual Meeting, January 11, 2009 at 10am.
Come and have your voice be heard while enjoying a complementary breakfast and the company of your neighbors. The agenda will include officer elections for 2009.
At our January meeting, BHNA annually honors a Tulsa person for their long-term contributions to the Brady Heights neighborhood with the Wess and Cathryn Young award. Do you know someone who has made significant contributions to the area? Please enter your nomination by emailing Nathan Pickard.
A big thank you to all the TU students who came out to the community garden on the 22nd! Brady Heights really appreciates the work that you guys do to help make our dreams for the garden a reality. Even in the winter, the garden is looking great!
Many new beds were built, bricks moved, and the rest of the sod was dug up to make way for mulch. Having so many extra hands made the work go much more quickly.
Also, thanks to Leah and Justin who provided fantastic quantities of fantastic Joe Momma’s pizza for those who participated in the work day.
More photos of the community garden can be seen here.