The Kessler Krawl is a KNU social and fundraising event that benefits the organizations ongoing efforts to create community and to maintain the beauty and safety of our neighborhood.
The ticket-purchasing “guests” are divided into small core groups of 30 – 50 people and then move from each homes over the course of the evening.
At the end of the progressive evening, dessert and coffee are served at a final location, giving everyone a chance to be together.
The Krawl has become so popular because it affords neighbors a chance to see other houses and to mingle
socially with neighbors they might not otherwise get a chance to meet.
The Kessler Krawl is just one more example of what neighbors can do to enhance our neighborhood and make
Kessler Park a unique and beautiful place to live.
The 2015 Kessler Krawl was held on Saturday, March 28, 2015 from 7:00 – 10:00 PM. The homes featured in this years Krawl were located on Canterbury Court.
KNU Board would like to thank the homeowners who opened up and allowed us to use their homes for the Krawl:
Scott and Rebecca Robinson
Sean and Sandra Cleveland
KNU Board would like to thank the generous sponsors who supported the event and helped make it a success:
Food and Beverage Sponsors
2015 Planning Committee
Jason Graves, Chair
Committee Members: Chad Balch, Patty Books, Anne Foster, Liza Orchard, Cindy Pierce, Robb Puckett