The irrepressible and irreplaceable Photographer David Smith in action.
This Summer has flown by and all the activities of Fall will be here before we know it!
Monte Vista joined people living in four or five other neighborhoods close to downtown to form a loose group called the Tier 1 Neighborhood Coalition.
Thanks to our Easter Egg Hunt Sponsors
The 2017 Monte Vista Historical Association Fiesta medal depicts the home of Teresita and Miguel Ayala on East Magnolia.
Spring is here and that means we are celebrating all kinds of fun things in Monte Vista like I Love Monte Vista, Easter, Fiesta and of course Third Thursday.
Time to add to your collection of Fiesta medals and what better way to support the Monte Vista Historical Association!
On large group bicycle rides, a neighbor I ride with always says ‘present’ when his name is called during the check to make sure everyone is altogether and ready to go. It’s a positive retort that makes me laugh a little and smile.
The message of Independence Day: never take for granted our liberties and our freedoms.
Not exactly Stonehenge, but Monte Vista does have some historic stones that are enveloped in mystery.
Valentine Party and Membership Drive.
MVHA’s April Third Thursday Gathering (actually on the third Monday this time) took place at Schnabel’s True Value Hardware Store.
Rooftop of Bushnell Apartments. Many thanks to Rick and Milly Clark for the use of this beautiful venue.
Texas Lawman Security will provide a trial security patrol which includes officers patrolling a small geographic area including Hollywood Avenue, Lynwood Avenue and Elsmere Place for a 90 day trial period.