Here is the digital version of the Damon Woods monthly newsletter. Click on the image to download the December 2019 edition.
Saturday, December 14
10:30AM – 12:30PM
Location: The Little Red Store, 7720 Harwood Ave, Wauwatosa
Now is the time to mark your calendars for this neighborhood holiday favorite! The Holiday Cookie Exchange and Visit with Santa will be on Saturday, December 14th at the Little Red Store in the Wauwatosa Village. Apple cider, hot chocolate and cookies for all.
10:30 to 11:30am – Cookie Exchange
We will exchange cookies in half- dozen packages. Each baker will bring a specified number of packages of their cookie and go home with the same number of packages getting one from each of the other bakers. Arrive any time after 10:30AM. Cookie exchange will happen at 11AM. Please contact Stacey Muller with questions email@example.com.
11:30AM to 12:30PM – Visit with Santa & Family Fun
Santa will read some stories, then each child will have a chance to tell Santa their Christmas wishes and take a picture. Bring your camera! Arrive at 11:30AM if you want to be there for Santa’s arrival. Otherwise, come before 12:30PM. There is no cost or need to register for visiting Santa.
Just a quick note that the Fall Fest and Chili Cook-Off on Saturday, October 26 will take place rain or shine. If the weather is horrible, arrangements have been made to move the festivities indoors.
Location: Dead end block of Jackson Park Blvd.
Fall Fest Schedule:
5:00–6:00 pm—Kids activities
6:00 pm—Chili entries must be dropped off
6:30 pm—Chili Tasting
The event is free, but we ask that you bring a chili, dessert or appetizer to share. Hot dogs and chips provided for the kids. There will spooky decorations, music, bonfires, games for the kids, and beverages for all.
The neighborhood chili cook-off, which takes place during the event, allows neighbors to sample and vote for this year’s chili winner! Last year there was a record-breaking number of entrants! Who will win the bragging rights and take home the traveling ladle trophy in 2019?
**chili contestants please RSVP coordinator Karen Roy at firstname.lastname@example.org **
This is a popular event for all ages. Feel free to come in costume!
Saturday, September 14th
3:00-8:00 p.m. – Lowell Damon House Grounds
Featuring Local Beer, Brats & Fun
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 Games
DINNER: Bratwurst, Rotisserie Chicken & German Potato Salad prepared by local foodie Bracken Heiges. Hot dogs for the kids, Beth Heiges’ famous mac and cheese and locally brewed beers, Plus your side dishes & desserts
WHAT TO BRING?
• A Dessert (Last Names A-N)
• A Side Dish (Last Names O-Z)
• Lawn Chairs
GAMES FOR ALL
Make sure you and your kids are ready for a challenge!
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
SIGN-UP DEADLINE is Saturday September 7th.
4th Annual LDWNA Packer Party Sunday, October 20th!
We’re returning to GreyHouse Creative Market’s bar – 6228 W. State Street for this popular neighborhood event as the Pack takes on the Raiders in a noon game showdown!
A delicious game day buffet will be provided. Cash bar will be available, including Bloody Mary’s, beer and craft cocktails.
At $7/person, this is the best viewing deal in town!
SEATING WILL BE LIMITED TO 40 FANS, so don’t delay – register today online by clicking on SHOP in the black menu bar above -OR- drop a check in the mail made out to LDWNA to Treasurer Dean Teofilo at 8009 Jackson Park Blvd.
The Lowell Damon Woods Neighborhood Association would like your help with a fundraising event that will help support their scholarship program. They have been chosen to be Metcalfe’s charity of the month for March and will receive a percentage of the sales anytime you show either a printed coupon or an electronic version of the coupon below on your mobile device. Capture this jpg and print it or save it on your phone to save 5% when you shop at Metcalfe’s and help support Tosa’s law enforcement organizations.