Events & Classes
The following is our calendar of events for 2013. If you click on the day of the event you will see additional details. As planning for the events proceeds more information will be provided. Please do not hesitate to send us an email or give us a call if you have any questions. To register for any events, click here. We hope that you can help us Keep Flower Mound Beautiful by volunteering or attending the events.
KFMB LEND-A-HAND COMUNNITY ENHANCEMENT INITIATIVE
(FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS PROGRAM VISIT THIS PAGE)
The first neighborhood clean up day is on Pin Oak Drive
are needed in all aspects which include planning, obtaining the necessary supplies
or sponsorships, or donating your time on the day of the event.
Monthly Clean Up - In addition to the Spring Trash Off and Fall Trash Bash that we do each year, we conduct on a smaller scale a monthly clean up event which takes place at a different location each month. The event is the 3rd Saturday each month from 9:30 to 11:30. People of all ages are welcome to participate with us!
Next Date: May 18, 2013 - We will not have a clean up in April on the 3rd Saturday because we will have our Trash Off on April 6th! Register online to participate in the Trash Off! (See link above)
Please let us know if you see a location in town that could use our attention!
Environmental Education Opportunities:
Compost Class - Free Admission
The Next Class will be in April 27, 2013
This class is not the full Master Composter class but it will provide you with enough information to go out and start your own backyard compost with confidence. The class also includes Vermiculture (worm composting). Register here.
Location: Coram Deo Academy - 4900 Wichita Trail, Flower Mound
Are you a new volunteer? Click here for a copy of the Volunteer Release Form. This form must be signed and returned prior to participation.
POST OAK ACORN GERMINATION AND PLANTING - Looking for a fall group project? This project takes place in October & November when the acorns are falling from the Post Oaks. These trees typically are not able to be transplanted and are not available in nurseries for re-planting. However, it is possible to grow Post Oaks from acorns and replant them in our landscape. The Town of Flower Mound would like to encourage you to join in and help re-establish Post Oak trees in our urban landscape. For instructions, follow the attached link.