1 The Jester Warbler Official Publication of Jester Homeowners Association, Inc. January 2011 Volume 6, Issue 1 The President s Corner M a n y o f o u r Je s t e r neighbors have become increasingly concerned over the past several years about folks who do not put much effort into maintaining their property. Good maintenance of our properties is important to our enjoyment from living in Jester and to all our property values. T h e J H A B o a r d o f D i r e c t o r s h a s w o r k e d with our attorney and has approved a program t o e n c o u r a g e g o o d m a i n t e n a n c e o f o u r yards and property. The p r o g r a m i n v o l v e s l o t maintenance guidelines and fining members who do not adequately respond to violation notices. The resolutions passed by the Board at a recent meeting are reproduced in this edition of the Warbler. Please read them. The children s Santa on a Firetruck event drew a huge crowd this year. Teresa Gouldie and her volunteers do an incredible job of putting together 4 events a year for our Jester Children. Until next time Philip Kolman JESTER'S GOT TALENT! by Diana Hempstead Thank you Jester residents, friends and neighbors for coming to the Jester Adult Holiday Party and first Open Mic Night. We had a fun night filled with music, laughter and good times. We heard some great music from Joy Luther, Mike Carter and Cat, Lloyd Terry and Bob Sarnataro did a great job facilitating the event. We thank Mark and Linda for agreeing to host this event at My Place. It was such a success they are willing to let us continue on the first Tuesday of each Month. However in January we will do the second Tuesday to give folks a little recovery time from the New Year Eve parties. So get ready!! If you can play an instrument, sing or just like to hear music and be with friends, come on down January 11th at 7:00 pm. (More Photos on Page 8) Copyright 2011 Peel, Inc. The Jester Warbler - January
2 Board of Directors President and Treasurer Philip Kolman... (H) Vice President and Communications Committee Chair Diana Miller... (H) Director Jennifer Social Committee Chair & Warbler Co-Editor Teresa Gouldie...(C) CONA Committee Chair Glen Brown... (H) Secretary Patricia Seeger... (H) Architectural Control Committee Chair Ashby Restrictions Violations Committee Chair Rick Toth , Warbler Editor and Alert Diana Miller... Homeowner's Association Mgmt - Carol Wolf Mgmt Carol Wolf... (W) , (Fax) Office: 1001 Cypress Creek, Suite 105 Cedar Park, TX Mailing Address: P.O. Box Austin, TX Santa VISITS JESTER! By Teresa Gouldie, Social Chairman Jester children and grandchildren were treated to a visit from Santa as he arrived in our neighborhood aboard a firetruck on Saturday, Dec. 11th. Each child had an opportunity to visit with Santa personally and share what they hoped to receive under the tree this holiday season. They posed for pictures not only with Santa, but with the firemen as well! The prize walk was a big hit along with the coloring sheets and the holiday tattoos. We would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the four firemen who took time to come to Jester and create memories for our neighborhood children. Firemen Jeff Ward, Blake Mashburn, James Parker, and Sean Cummings patiently answered questions, posed for pictures, and let the kiddos explore all aspects of the firetruck. Fireman Blake Mashburn even jumped to the rescue with a first aid kit when a child fell and scraped her knee! (see photo on next page). (Continued on Page 3) Newsletter Information Co-Editors Diana Miller... Teresa Publisher Peel, Inc ARTICLE SUBMISSIONS Interested in submitting an article? You can do so by ing or by going to: All news must be received by the 9th of the month prior to the issue. 2 The Jester Warbler - January 2011 Copyright 2011 Peel, Inc.
3 Santa Visits Jester - (Continued from Page 2) This event could not be possible without our volunteers, so special thanks goes to Pam Cassidy, Clayton Emillienburg, Eva and Jon Wisser, Rosie and Tori Botello, Kathy Grober, Margaret Minter, Michael Kent, Jeff Ballak, Dave Frederickson, and Conzalo Ovando. Thanks too, to middle school students Josh Adler and Sokou Sylla for helping with our event. As always, we also appreciate Tye Kuebler and Jester Club for allowing us to use their facility for our JHA events. And certainly, last but not least, thank you to Santa for making a stop in our neighborhood during this busy season! Jester Estates Spring Baseball and Softball Register Now! Open to ages 5-15 for baseball and grades K-12 for softball, Northwest Little League is accepting online registrations through February 2nd. TO GeT MOre INFOrMaTION Or TO register ONLINe, please visit: or Come join us at the finest youth baseball facility in Austin! Courage, Loyalty and Character Copyright 2011 Peel, Inc. The Jester Warbler - January 2011
4 Resolutions Meeting of Board of Directors of Jester Homeowners Association, Inc. - November 3, 2010 RESOLVED, that in accordance with the Jester Homeowners Association, Inc., a Texas nonprofit corporation (the Association ), board of directors duty to enforce the provisions of Correction Second Supplemental Restrictions, Covenants and Conditions (the Restrictions ), the board adopts the following Lot Maintenance Guidelines for lot maintenance. Article V, 8 of the Restrictions requires Members to keep all weeds and grass on their lot cut in a sanitary, healthful and attractive manner and to keep all lots free from accumulation of garbage, trash or rubbish of any kind. The Lot Maintenance Guidelines are: 1. The height of grass or weeds shall not exceed eight inches (8 ). 2. Lots shall be neatly maintained, with grass trimmed and edged at curbs, sidewalks, and driveways. 3. Sidewalks on lots shall be kept free of shrubs and plants. Tree limbs and shrubs extending over sidewalks shall be trimmed to at least seven (7 ) feet vertical distance from the surface of the sidewalk. 4. Lots shall be kept free of garbage, trash, rubbish, auto parts, or debris, including non-drivable automobiles and motorized vehicles. 5. Except for political signs and standard home for sale signs, no lot shall display signs, banners, or other types of displays. No sign may exceed a height of forty-eight inches (48 ) from the ground, or be wider than thirty-six inches (36 ). 6. No statues or ornaments may be displayed in the front or side yards except those customarily designed and used for landscaping. IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED, that in accordance with Article VI, Section 1, the board of directors creates a Maintenance Committee. The Maintenance Committee shall consist of not less than three, nor more than seven, members who are members of the Association and shall be appointed by the board. A majority decision shall be the decision of the Maintenance Committee. The purpose of the Maintenance Committee is to enforce the standards set forth above, send notices to Members in violation of these standards, and implement the fines as described below: Upon violation of a Lot Maintenance Guideline, as determined by a decision of the Maintenance Committee, the Maintenance Committee will take the following actions: (Continued on Page 5) The Brown Paint Company What can BROWN paint for you? Why should BROWN paint for you? 10% OFF OUR SERVICES The Jester Warbler - January 2011 Copyright 2011 Peel, Inc.
5 Resolutions - (Continued from Page 4) Provide written notice by certified mail, return receipt requested and first class mail to the lot owner. The notice will contain a detailed description of the violation. If it is the first violation within the previous six months, the notice will provide the owner with fourteen (14) days from the date of the notice to cure the violation. The notice shall also inform the owner that he/she is entitled to a hearing in front of the Maintenance Committee or the entire Board of the Association provided the owner requests a hearing in writing and the request is received by the Association within fourteen (14) days of the date of the notice of violation. If the owner requests a hearing with the Maintenance Committee or the Board, one will be held within thirty (30) days of the request. The notice shall notify the owner that if the violation continues after the fourteenth day, the owner may also be liable for any costs, including attorney s fees. At a hearing, the owner shall present information which the owner believes to excuse or mitigate the violation. Provided that the owner cures the violation within a time agreed to by the Committee or Board, such Committee or Board may waive or reduce the fine. If no hearing is requested, and the owner does not cure the violation after fourteen days, a second notice shall be given Comfortable Dentistry You Can Trust & Afford Welcome Children s Exam ~ $99 Offer includes an exam, cleaning, fluoride treatment & x-rays if needed. New Patient Special ~ $138 Offer Includes exam, cleaning, check-up & x-rays. Offer does not include periodontal (gum) therapy. Jester Estates informing the owner that a fine is being assessed against it for fifty dollars ($50.00). The notice will provide the owner an additional seven (7) days to cure the violation. If after the seventh day, the owner has not cured the violation, the owner will be subject to a fine of up to twenty-five dollars per day ($25.00) until cured, up to a maximum of $1, per violation. If the violation remains uncured after forty-five (45) days from the date of the original notice and no hearing has been timely requested, then the Association may (1) file suit and seek to recover its damages and costs, including judicial foreclosure of any liens, and/or (2) record a lien against the owner s property to the extent permitted by law. IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED, that the secretary of the Association is directed to include these resolutions in the minutes of this meeting of the Association, and, further, that the officers of the Association are hereby authorized and directed to execute and deliver all documents, to waive all conditions, and to do all things necessary or helpful to carry out the purposes of the foregoing resolutions. All acts of the officers of the Corporation that are consistent with the intent of the above resolutions are hereby ratified and adopted in all respects as the acts of the Corporation. Dr. Michael S. Lifshen Board Certified Family Physician Jester Homeowner Opalescence Custom Whitening Trays ~ $150 Boost In-Office Whitening ~ $300 Melinda S. Jones, D.D.S North FM 620 Suite 150 Austin (512) Extended hours: Evening and Saturday Serving Austin for 20 Years! Conveniently Located Next to Four Points Middle School & Vandegrift High School! Convenient Appointments Before & After Work or School! 912 Capital of Texas Highway, South (between Bee Caves Rd. & Lost Creek Blvd.) Call for an appointment Copyright 2011 Peel, Inc. The Jester Warbler - January 2011
6 Jester Dinner Club International Potluck A wonderful time was had by all as Jester neighbors sampled international cuisine at the home of Fred & Susie Blount. The attendees each brought a dish to share, and the food was amazing! Some dishes from around the world included Spanokapita, Bratwurst & Potatoes, Chicken Cannelloni, Middle Eastern Rice, Irish Potato Soup, Pierogi Casserole, Sliders, Ramon Salad, Spinach Casserole, Caprese Salad, Seasoned Bread sticks, and an incredible pie for dessert. Thank you Susie & Fred, for graciously hosting the event and creating such a memorable experience! Extraordinary Level of Service Extraordinary Automobiles DAVID PICOW Certified Sales Consultant Jester Resident Pre-owned and New 9910 Stonelake Blvd. Austin,TX (512) (512) lexusofaustin.com The Jester Warbler - January 2011 Copyright 2011 Peel, Inc.
7 By combining the new Federal Tax Credit with local incentives and our Jester Estates Neighborhood Solar Program, it has never been more affordable to go solar. Contact us to see how purchasing solar with your neighbors is good for your wallet and good for the planet. WHY GO SOLAR? Up to $15, in city rebates 25+ years of savings Energy independence Tax free ROI E. Cesar Chavez St. Suite 120 B Copyright 2011 Peel, Inc. The Jester Warbler - January 2011
8 Jester Networking Group Holiday Happy Hour The Jester Networking Group and their spouses rang in the holiday season with a happy hour at My Place Bar and Grill on December 7th. There was a great turn-out of members, and it was fun getting to meet many of the spouses for the first time. The Jester Networking Group meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month for breakfast at 7:30 at Waterloo Ice House. Please contact Paul Griffiths at or him at albioncomputergroup.com if you would like more information. Offering 3 Convenient Austin Locations! Schedule a Tour TODAY! Our time at the Children s Center has been wonderful from the very beginning. I believe this school offers a warm, nurturing environment, while still preparing my twins for the structure of kindergarten. The curriculum is always developmentally appropriate, teaching new skills and strengthening the fine and gross motor skills they are working at perfecting during these preschool years. Almost as important is my kids enthusiasm for the school. We love the Children s Center! ~Elicia Rudberg NOW SAN MARCOS 904 Bugg Lane OPEN TAYLOR 3705 N. Main Street Call for Great Savings & Money Market Rates Home Equity Loans As low as 4.09 %* Commercial Real Estate 4.75 %** As low as New Auto Loans As low as 2.85 %* Up to 66 Months 21 Metro Locations Free Checking Free Atms Follow Us twitter.com/austintelco *Annual Percentage Rate. All rates are expressed as low as. Actual rate may vary depending on credit National Credit Union Administration. The Jester Warbler - January 2011 Copyright 2011 Peel, Inc.
9 Merry Christmas and Happy New Year From the Jester Bunko Babes!!! Jester Estates Jester Homeowner s Association Website! Community Registration Code: 3328 Pet registry Special Announcements: online & via Online Suggestion Box: Make suggestions to the association board Important homeowner association documents... and much more The Jester Bunko Babes celebrated Christmas at the home of Maria Miller. The home was decorated to perfection, from her dazzling Christmas tree to her gorgeous nativity display! Maria served her world famous lasagna and, although some protested that the servings were too generous, everyone ate every bite on their plate! As always, the wine flowed as did the conversation of great company. The games were played with lots of excitement as Bunkos were rolled abundantly. Maria was the big winner of the evening by scoring three Bunko s! Following Bunko, the group had a Dirty Santa gift exchange! Some gifts were naughty and some gifts were nice! As always, it was the perfect evening full of great company and laughter. It made us all happy to live in Jester and know that we have such a wonderful group of neighbors! By Christi Taylor Register today sponsored by Jester Homeowners Association, Inc. RE/MAX River City Serving the Four Points Area Since 1997! Jester Estates Stork Report Mention this ad and receive a free relocation packet and Comparative Market Analysis on your home. Congratulations! Let us help celebrate... info on the arrival of your little one to Jamee Yule MBA, REALTOR Outstanding Agents. Outstanding Results RR 620 N Austin, TX Shelley Rowton ABR, REALTOR Copyright 2011 Peel, Inc. The Jester Warbler - January 2011
10 JESTER ESTATES R E A L E S TAT E HOME SELLER QUIZ What s the fastest way to get your home to show up in the search engine? A) Create a Website for the Property? B) Create a Blog Post for the Property? C) Create a Page on an Existing Site for Your Property? The Answer? B Why? Search engines love blog posts! Find out how fast we can get your home in the search engine by using our knowledge of Google, Yahoo, Bing and other powerful I internet marketing tools. J e s t e r E s t a t e s I n f o. c o m Curtis Reddehase, REALTOR Malita Jones, REALTOR The Jester Warbler - January 2011 Copyright 2011 Peel, Inc.
11 WELCOME COMMITTEE NEWS by JoAnn Welles Thanks to Teresa Gouldie, the Welcome Committee learned of 15 new sales last fall. That s quite a few in such a small neighborhood! We were able to deliver packages to: James and Jenny on Berrycone Cove. They actually closed on their house in the summer, but we had trouble finding them at home. It was good to finally meet them! Rae Anne, Sean and their children on the 6700 block of Winterberry Amit, Radhika and their children Rohan and Rena, right next door to Rae Anne and Sean Cary and Heather on Jancy Dr. Tim and Julie, with their children Liam and Ryan, also on Jancy Dr Ben and Debbie with their 5th grader Sydney on the 6700 block of Jester Blvd. Ben and Debbie are long time Jester residents, moving from Bottlebrush Dr. We also left one package on the doorstep of a resident on the 7800 block of Moonflower Drive. We only leave packages if it s clear the house is inhabited, and there s a safe place to leave it. As you can tell we re behind in our deliveries! That s partially due to several new neighbors who have closed on their new house, but not yet moved in. In one case we tried to deliver a welcome package and discovered that the previous owners were still in the house, renting from the new owners. We are sad that Joan Smith has had to leave the committee due to other more pressing projects. Joan crocheted the most beautiful baby blankets and stroller afghans. Unless we find someone else that crochets or knits, we will have to suspend deliveries to parents of newborns. On a happier note, Debbie Rosenberg has offered to help us out. Debbie s just moved into a beautiful new house on Jester. If you re interested in joining us, please contact JoAnn Welles at or Also contact JoAnn if you ve moved to Jester lately and we haven t welcomed you officially. We may have tried to deliver a package but not found you home! Car & Heather on Jancy Jester Estates James and Jenny on Berrycone Julie, Liam and Ryan Master License: M STEVE S PLUMBING REPAIR water pressure problems sewer & drain service fiber optic drain line inspections free estimates satisfaction guaranteed Steve Brougher West Koenig Lane Copyright 2011 Peel, Inc. The Jester Warbler - January
12 PLAYGROUPS Parents of Newborns - 3 Kate Murdock - sbcglobal.net Parents of Children 3 5 Position Open If you would like to serve as a contact person for this group please call Teresa at or Hill Fall 2010 Kindergarten Group Contact Julie Stoakley at or at NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE LIVE in concert saturday February :00 pm tickets on sale now at THE RADIANT CHURCH WATCH LIVE services Sunday mornings or view any time at Sunday Morning Schedule 9:30 - Blended Worship 11:00 - Contemporary Worship 9:30 & 11:00 - Bible Life Groups (all ages) Great Hills Baptist Church Jollyville Road. Austin, Texas PET REGISTRY Get your pets registered TODAY! This is a complimentary neighborhood service! Mail (or drop off) your pet info to: Carol Philipson 7502 Clematis Cv Austin, TX Include type of pet, name, male or female, description, age, medications, veterinarian s name, whether it is microchipped, and pet owner s name, address, and contact information. For lost or found pets, call The Jester Warbler - January 2011 Copyright 2011 Peel, Inc.
13 Green Tips Keep Oak Wilt Out of Jester! It is that time of the year again to trim oak trees. Even though oak wilt is in the area, it has not shown up in Jester Estates yet. If you are new to the area, Oak Wilt is an incurable disease that attacks red oaks and live oaks mainly. Both of these species are in the red oak family. A fungus that is spread by failure to properly clean pruning tools, sap beetles and by interconnected tree roots causes it. Once a tree is infected, it lasts only about three months. The city of Austin has lost over 10,000 trees so far and many more will be lost. What can you do? First of all plant diverse tree species so that the disease won t spread through a monoculture. Yards that have mainly red oaks and live oaks are a prime target for the spread. There are many good oak alternatives that are native and well adapted here. The ones below are all in the white oak family. These oaks are resistant to Oak Wilt. Some good choices are: Monterey Oak or Mexican White Oak Chinquapin Oak Bur Oak Lacey Oak Vacey Oak Winter is not only the time to trim trees but it is also the time to plant trees. This gives them a chance to get their roots established before the heat of summer. If you are planting oaks this year, consider those that are Oak Wilt resistant. It is also the time to trim your oak trees while they are dormant. Your neighbors will thank you. Dale Bulla Jester Estates Join us for the Jester Uncorked Kick Off Party 2011! Wine-Tasting and Appetizers! Saturday, January 22nd at 7:30 PM At the home of Jeff and Tanya Andrien 8101 Amelia Cove There will be a per person charge so wine can be purchased in advance. Please bring an appetizers to share!. You MUST RSVP to Tanya at or call her at by January 15th so we can plan how much wine to buy! Jester Open Mic Night Tuesday, January 11th My Place (by Jester Market) 7 pm to 10 pm Contact Lloyd Terry at for info BUSINESS FORMS NEWSLETTERS FLYERS ENVELOPES LETTERHEADS NCR SNAP APART FORMS RUBBER STAMPS BUSINESS CARDS 7805 Nutmeg Cv Solving all your printing needs ext. 24 Copyright 2011 Peel, Inc. The Jester Warbler - January
14 Jester Ladies Night Out Kick-off the New Year with this newly formed group! Many of the ladies who attended the Adult Holiday Party expressed an interest in forming a group that would meet monthly, with a goal of just kicking back and having fun with girlfriends from the neighborhood. The first event will be: Wednesday, January 19th My Place (next to Jester Market) 7 pm till There s a great rock & roll band at My Place on Wednesday nights Join us for an evening of fun close to home! Contact Diana Miller at or her at for more information. Charlotte Brigham Jester resident, providing superior & convenient service. Here in your neighborhood to servce you! With Three Locations in Austin and 115 Agents, Turnquist Partners is Experienced in Selling the Jester Market. Call me to Discuss my Promotional Pricing for full Brokerage Servies! Member, Who s Who in Luxury Real Estate and Board of Regents At no time will any source be allowed to use the Jester Estates Community Newsletter contents, or loan said contents, to others in anyway, shape or form, nor in any media, website, print, film, , electrostatic copy, fax, or etc. for the purpose of solicitation, commercial use, or any use for profit, political campaigns, or other self amplification, under penalty of law without written or expressed permission from the Jester Estates Homeowner's Association and Peel, Inc. The information in the newsletter is exclusively for the private use of Jester Estates residents only. DISCLAIMER: Articles and ads in this newsletter express the opinions of their authors and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Peel, Inc. or its employees. Peel, Inc. is not responsible for the accuracy of any facts stated in articles submitted by others. The publisher also assumes no responsibility for the advertising content with this publication. All warranties and representations made in the advertising content are solely that of the advertiser and any such claims regarding its content should be taken up with the advertiser. * The publisher assumes no liability with regard to its advertisers for misprints or failure to place advertising in this publication except for the actual cost of such advertising. * Although every effort is taken to avoid mistakes and/or misprints, the publisher assumes no responsibility for any errors of information or typographical mistakes, except as limited to the cost of advertising as stated above or in the case of misinformation, a printed retraction/correction. * Under no circumstances shall the publisher be held liable for incidental or consequential damages, inconvenience, loss of business or services, or any other liabilities from failure to publish, or from failure to publish in a timely manner, except as limited to liabilities stated above. Social Groups - Contact Info BUNKO - If you d like to join or be put on the list as a sub, contact Christi Taylor at They are a lively group and play on the 1st Thursday of every month at 7 pm. CYCLING - Want to join a Jester road biking group and participate in organized rides? Contact Troy Reish at or call DINNER CLUB- Join our new dinner club. Meet friends and enjoy great food! Contact Diana O'Connell at or HILL KINDERGARTEN YAHOO GROUP - This group is helping connect Jester families with others who also have children entering Hill Kindergarten in the Fall JesterHill2010- to subscribe. Jester Dog Lover's Group - Put a smile on your dog s face and a wag in his tail sign up now to be a founding member of the Jester dog lovers group. Contact Carol Powell at or her at JESTER KIDS YAHOO GROUP - This group is helping Jester parents connect with other parents who have children with similar ages or interests! to subscribe. JESTER PAGE TURNERS - Check out the Jester Page Turners, a neighborhood book group that meets the second Wednesday evening of each month. Contact Valerie Walley at randomhouse.com JESTER UNCORKED - Wine lovers of Jester, unite! Join our ever-growing group of wine lovers. Contact Tonya Andrien at (512) or KAYAKING - Have some fun with this great water sport! For more info contact Dan Wolfson at or call NETWORKING GROUP - Are you a resident who owns a business or provides a service? Build your business by referral! One individual or company per professional category. Contact Paul (Griff ) Griffiths at or albioncomputergroup.com ROWING - Interested in sweep rowing and sculling? Contact Julie Donnie at or Spiritual Development Group - Interested in developing relationships and sharing spiritual life experience? Contract Jim Irwin at or WELCOME COMMITTEE - Darla Rowan and JoAnn Welles are cochairs of this committee, which is designed to welcome new residents to Jester, including newborns. Volunteer to help by ing JoAnn at or call her at WOODWORKING GROUP Join our woodworking group to share knowledge and techniques! Contact John Parker at or 14 The Jester Warbler - January 2011 Copyright 2011 Peel, Inc.
15 Hurry! Offer expires 01/31/2011. Valid at FM2222 Location Only. New Members Only. One-time key fee applies to membership. See Club for Details. Access to Over 1,300 Clubs Personal Training Boot Camps Hurry! Offer expires 01/31/2011. Valid at FM2222 Location Only. New Members Only. See Club for Details. 24-Hour Access and Security Personal TVs on All Cardio Equipment Free-Weights/Strength Equipment Stretching/Functional Training Area More Americans are becoming overweight or obese and exercising less. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 34% of adults in the U.S. were morbidly obese in You can help prevent a heart attack, obesity, stroke, diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and some cancers by maintaining a healthy weight and following the Physical Activity Guidelines for Adult Americans: YOUR HEALTH IS NOT A LUXURY! Be healthy for your loved ones...be healthy for yourself! 7300 FM 2222 & Jester Blvd Austin, TX Copyright 2011 Peel, Inc. The Jester Warbler - January
16 308 Meadowlark St. Lakeway, TX PRSRT STD U.S. POSTAGE PAID PEEL, INC. JE JESTER 2010 BUYERS AND SELLERS - T h a n k Yo u! John & Shannon 6801 Jester Wild Alex & Oskana 7603 Jester Blvd. Juanita 6801 Jester Blvd. Matt & Karin 7893 Lakewood Damian & Amanda 8312 Jancy Joseph & Ursula 8127 Jester Blvd. Robert 7811 Moonflower Lori 6806 Beauford Spencer & Erin 7808 Moonflower Ted & Bonnie 7104 Foxtree Cv. Judy 6701 Tree Fern Cv. Joan 7404 Teak Cv. Teresa Gouldie Jester Resident / Broker Thank You for your Business and Referrals! January Events Compliments of... Teresa Gouldie Coldwell Banker, United Jan Jan. 8 Jan. 14 Jan. 14 Jan Jan. 20 Jan Jan. 22 Jan. 27 Jan. 28 Bjarte & Brenda 8106 Crabtree Cv. Jan Travis & Lillian 7203 Guava Cv. LBJ Wild Flower Center - Free Admission all Month The Intergalactic Nemesis Live-Action Graphic Novel Back by Popular Demand Family Fun Night Caving - Go spelunking in a wild cave! George Strait & Reba, special guest Lee Ann Womack A hilarious and heartwarming holiday romp Austin Spring Home & Garden Show Educational seminars, high quality exhibits, and the newest plants, products and services. Barney Live in Concert This musical production encourages sharing, caring and imagination through the power of song & dance. Austin Boat Show - Over 20 dealers and 200 booths Free lectures. Kids can fish in the giant catfish tank! Tree Talk Winter Walk Habitat hikes and activities for kids. Cocktails with Larry Miller Comic perspective about Marriage, Children & Drinking Harlem Globetrotters Family entertainment providing a lifetime of memories Capital Collector Car Swap Meet One of the largest old car events in the southwest! Elizabeth 7893 Lakewood wildflower.org The Long Center thelongcenter.org Nature & Science Center ci.austin.tx.us Frank Erwin Center uterwincenter.com Convention Center showtechnology.com Frank Erwin Center uterwincenter.com Convention Center austinboatshow.com LBJ Wildflower Center wildflower.org Paramont Theatre austintheatre.org Frank Erwin Center uterwincenter.com Travis County Expo Center co.travis.tx.us/exposition serving JESTER... Just a Little Closer to Heaven! 16 The Jester Warbler - January 2011 Copyright 2011 Peel, Inc.
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