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Rutland Bridges

Saturday, April 23rd, 2016 from 10:00am to 5:00pm
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Positions14 Remaining
Age LimitAll Ages
Description
Rutland Short Bridge: 

Come out to help paint whimsical dancing figures designed by Nina S. Trujillo, a North Austin resident and Anderson High School Student. Students from Lanier High School, Anderson High School and community members will be joining together to work on this project. 

*Note: Only one side of the pedestrian bridge will be ready for us to paint right now as the City of Austin is looking into cleaning up the other side of the bridge. Stay tuned for us to post this event in the near future once we get some sunshine. 

Rutland Long Bridge:

Base coat  needs to be applied on the long bridges.

Note: If weather is not humid and bridge is dry, the base coat can be applied. If not we need to wait and reschedule as forecast calls for rain on Sunday 4/24. 



Requirements
Volunteers may be working with latex or oil-base paint and may be working close to a busy street. Children under 14 year of age must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. All parents are welcome to participate. Transportation to the event will not be provided.
PerksReceive volunteer hours, participate in a cool volunteer project, make new friends, and beautify our neighborhood, North Austin, and our city Austin.
Parking DetailsWe have permission to park in the Miller's Uniform parking lot which is right next to Lily's Nails.
CausesArts & Culture Children & Youth Community
SkillsArtistic Help Arts and Crafts Painting
GivePulse
6 Positions Filled | 4 Impacts | 25 Hours

Start Address: Address is for Lily's Nails which is right by the short bridges., 900 Rutland Drive, Austin, TX 78758
End Address: Long Bridges are located closer to Rutland Drive and Mearns Meadow Blvd, Rutland Drive, Austin, TX 78758