A Christmas project is a community effort to make a significant change to the way people see Christmas and its meaning.
This year’s Cinderella Project is a way for Austin boulderers to use their love of bouldering as a way to help build a community around the theme of Cinderella.
The project will be a part of the Austin Climbing Alliance (ACA), a nonprofit that promotes the values of environmental stewardship, education, and environmental stewards.
It will be led by Austin boulderer and community activist Nick Fritsche and will involve the support of a community of boulderers.
Boulder climber Nick Friesch and his team will lead a six-month project called Cinderella.
Cinderella will be an effort to create a theme park in Austin for the first time in decades.
The theme park will be dedicated to Cinderella and its main attraction will be Cinderella’s Snow White Castle.
The park will also include a giant ice castle, a miniature replica of the Snow White House and a replica of Cinderella’s castle.
The project will include both indoor and outdoor climbing, and climbing will be encouraged in parks that are part of an active and sustainable community.
The project is expected to be complete by March of 2019.
In addition to the park, Cinderella will also have a large indoor climbing wall, an outdoor climbing wall and an indoor climbing gym.
The indoor climbing walls will include several climbing walls designed specifically for bouldering.
Cinderella is expected the project will also feature indoor and climbing gym facilities and activities.