Our 2016 Fall Fest was a success! Many families came out to Jackson Park Blvd for an evening of fun and great food. Kudos to Michele Teofilo, event coordinator for her hard work. She had help from committee members Karen Roy, Kelly Roberts, and Gail Heitzer – well done!
Congrats to Dean Teofilo for winning first place in the annual chili contest. He proudly earned bragging rights for the year and the traveling ladle trophy.
Join fellow neighbors (adults only) to watch the Packers at Ray’s Growler Gallery on Sunday, November 13th!
Game Time – 12:00 Noon / Doors open – 11:45 a.m.
Ray’s Growler Gallery
8930 W. North Avenue
We’ve rented out the Growler Gallery for a private showing (ADULTS ONLY) as the Pack takes on the Tennessee Titans for a noon game showdown.
$5 per person includes a taco bar – build your own tacos, rice, beans, chips and salsa
Cash Bar – Game day beverages available for purchase include beer, wine, Bloody Marys and soda.
The 21st Annual Lowell Damon Woods Neighborhood Family Picnic will be held on Saturday, September 24th from 3:00-7:00 p.m. at the Lowell Damon House.
Good food, good fun, good people – so don’t miss it!!
3:00 pm – Meet and mingle
4:15 pm – 4:30 pm Annual Meeting
4:30 pm – 5:30 pm DINNER!
5:30 pm – 6:30 pm Kids games
Dinner this year will be pork shoulder, brisket and, rotisserie chicken prepared by Bracken Heiges. There will also be hot dogs for the kids, Beth Heiges’ famous mac and cheese, side dishes, sweet corn, desserts, and beverages
WHAT TO BRING?
Side Dish (Last Names A-N)
Dessert (Last Names O-Z)
WHAT WILL IT COST?
For members, dinner is $10 per adult and $3 for kids (Ages 4-11).
For member families we have a maximum price of $25 per household.
Non-members are $15 per adult and $5 for kids (Ages 4-11).
SIGN-UP DEADLINE is Saturday, September 16th.
You can register and pay online by clicking HERE and choosing the appropriate items. If you want to use the paper form, download it here and return with check payable to: LDWNA c/o Kris Gehrke 2145 N. 83rd, Wauwatosa 53213
There’s nothing like getting together with friends to watch a movie. Neighbors gathered on Stickney Avenue last week for the annual neighborhood outdoor movie night. The attendees enjoyed great company, great snacks, and two great movies. A special thank you to the Heiges’ for hosting the event and Jim Gerhke for setting up the big screen.
For more pictures from the event, click here.
The 2016 neighborhood outdoor movie night is coming up. Join your fellow neighborhood families for a fun double feature.
When: Saturday, July 30- Doors open at 8:00 pm movie starts at 8:30 pm
Where: The Heiges’s front lawn located at 7803 Stickney Ave.
*Bring your own chairs, sleeping bags blankets or whatever makes you comfy
Popcorn, Candy and Drinks will be provided!!
Download the event flyer here!
Click here for the latest updates from the Neighborhood Association Council. You’ll be able to read about the 4th of July celebration, updates on the State Street project, the farmer’s market and more.