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Join us for the KNU General Meeting & Recap

With 2023 on the horizon, it’s time for the annual...

Fall District 1 Town Hall Meeting for area news & views, Nov 8

Councilmember Chad West invites residents to join the November 8th...

13th Annual Blues, Bandits & BBQ Fest, Nov 12

This fall Blues & BBQ festival celebrates the music origins...

NOCUPP Nov - Apr Memberships

0 out of 929 households

2022 KNU Annual Dues

89 out of 929 households

2022 KNU Budget - $32,350

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Join us for the KNU General Meeting & Recap

With 2023 on the horizon, it’s time for the annual KNU General Meeting on November 17th, 7pm at Kessler Park United Methodist Church (KPUMC). Please join us for a year-end...

This E-Z seasonal recipe is sure to spice things up…

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Pumpkin Pie Martini

A shaken, not stirred seasonal fav! Ingredients (1 serving): 2 oz pumpkin vodka or plain ole vodka on hand 1 oz dark rum 1/2 oz half and half 2 Tbsp...

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Pumpkin Pie Martini

A shaken, not stirred seasonal fav! Ingredients (1 serving): 2 oz pumpkin vodka or plain ole vodka on hand 1 oz dark rum 1/2 oz half and half 2 Tbsp...

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Pumpkin Pie Martini

A shaken, not stirred seasonal fav! Ingredients (1 serving): 2 oz pumpkin vodka or plain ole vodka on hand 1 oz dark rum 1/2 oz half and half 2 Tbsp...

Grab a cap, duffle, ladies’ or men’s polo shirt, shopper bag, and coffee mug at discounted pricing…  Click here to shop sale items.

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Spurious old wives’ tale spilled

Just in time for Halloween, let’s spill the tea on the age-old wives' tale “spilling salt brings bad luck.” This superstition dates to the 15th century. In fact, Leonardo da...

New curb and gutter system installed on Montclair, ongoing City road construction on Monclair through December, and recent beautification handiwork by volunteers Stephanie, John O., Cindy, and John C. on Kessler Parkway/Colorado island.
Click here to submit your snapshots or email webupdates@kesslerneighbors.org. Out on the town, firing up the barbie, taking the pooch for a walk, or chilling with friends… Capture the moment and we’ll share it with neighbors.

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Pumpkin Pie Martini

A shaken, not stirred seasonal fav! Ingredients (1 serving): 2 oz pumpkin vodka or plain ole vodka on hand 1 oz dark rum 1/2 oz half and half 2 Tbsp...

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  • Apple of our eye: Thanks to KNU due-ers Ashley, Leonard, Lisa and Kyle, and brick holder Laura!
  • KNU Volunteers needed for beautification day on Nov 19, 8:30-11:30am. Please lend a hand and sign up at beautification@kesslernieghbors.org
  • Please attend: The KNU annual General Meeting is on Nov 17th, KPUMC at 7pm.
  • NOCUPP’s Nov-Apr membership drive is in full force: For just $1 a day you enjoy 24hr patrol, construction and vaca checks, access to officer’s cell, 1st response, and more! Join Now.
  • Check traffic updates/closures before you head out: Check for up-to-date lane closures and traffic impacts along I-35, US 67 and I-20. See Southern Gateway Project updates.
  • Bay State brew, who knew? In the 1800s, the average resident of Massachusetts was consuming 35 gallons of cider a year. What a kick!
  • Physics takes root: Isaac Newton discovered the principle of gravity after watching an apple fall from a tree, inspiring the field of physics.
  • Holy Cider! In the Middle Ages, babies were baptized in cider because water was mostly unsanitary.
  • Garden of Eden: Apples are originally from Kazakhstan.
  • No two apples are alike: No apple seed grows the same thing, ever. It’s like every apple seed has its own unique fingerprint. To grow the same type of apple again and again you must graft part of that tree (scion wood) onto an existing tree (which is called root stock).
  • How bout them apples? It takes about 36 apples to produce one gallon of hard cider.
  • A bushel & a peck: There are over 10,000 varieties of apple.
  • Founding Father advice: “It’s bad to eat apples. It is better to turn them all into cider.” – Benjamin Franklin
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