Welcome to the Pabst Park neighborhood!

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The Pabst Park Neighborhood Association is one of 30 neighborhood associations in Wauwatosa that give us a small town feel.  Explore our site to find out more about membership and our events.  You can also find copies of our newsletters, eBlasts and information about how to join Nextdoor for our area.  Like us on Facebook, or join our Instagram and Twitter feeds.  Our minimal dues help us maintain our website, cover insurance costs, distribute newsletters and most important, host events for you to meet your neighbors.  Please consider joining, today!

Are you a local business looking for a place to advertise? Join the Pabst Park Neighborhood Association as a business member. Benefits include advertising space on our Sponsors page and an open invitation to attend our events and meet our members!

Get Involved!

We will be hosting an open house on Thursday, September 23, 2021 from 7pm – 8pm at 2119 North 66th Street.

Please join us if you would like to get more involved in the Pabst Park Neighborhood Association. Have an idea for an event or group you would like to lead? Come share your ideas and energy with our current leadership.

We are in need of a new Treasurer if you would like a more behind the scenes volunteer opportunity. Nothing too complicated, if you can balance a checkbook you are qualified!

Since our new membership year begins on October 1, 2021 feel free to stop by, drop off your membership form and say hello!

If you have any questions or would like to get involved before this meeting, please email Tammy Crouch at pabstpark@gmail.com or call (414)475-6345.

PPNA Neighborhood Rummage Sale

Let’s get ready to…RUMMAGE! If you would like to participate in an all neighborhood rummage on May 14 or 15, please register here by Friday, May 7 to be on the published list of participants. Neighbors have the option of participating anytime between 8am-4pm either or both days.

If you are looking to shop your neighbors treasures, watch for the list of participants to be posted here and on Facebook on May 12.

Please social distance and wear a mask when you are near others. The City of Wauwatosa COVID-19 guidelines can be found here.

If you have any questions email pabstpark@gmail.com.

PPNA Easter Bunny & Treat Bag Stop

In lieu of our annual Easter Egg Hunt, you are invited to visit the Easter Bunny and pick up a treat bag for your little ones on Saturday, April 3rd from 11 AM – 12 PM.

PPNA Members and their children 10 and under may sign up to receive a treat bag here. Don’t delay! The final day to sign up will be March 31st.

Pick up will take place at 2163 N 66th Street. Please wear masks and plan on social distancing!

The Easter Bunny will be making an appearance, so come prepared with your cameras!

Not a member? No problem! Visit our membership page to learn how to sign up today! Please email pabstpark@gmail.com with any questions about the event.

PPNA Valentines

Let’s share a little love with our neighbors this month! Give a PPNA Valentine to a Pabst Park neighbor you know, or one you don’t! Love that garden on 61st Street? Swoon over the Christmas lights on 65th? Let a neighbor or two know what you love about them. You can print our PPNA Valentine or create one of your own. With COVID fatigue and the winter blues setting in, we could all use a little something to brighten our day. Visit our Facebook page for a fun video explaining the Valentines.

Happy New Year!

Pabst Park Neighborhood Friends,

Happy New Year! Can you believe it’s almost been a year since we were able to gather together? Our last social gathering, the Winter Happy Hour, was last February. Although the ongoing pandemic has changed our event calendar, we are hopeful that 2021 will bring new opportunities to socialize and celebrate the best neighborhood in Tosa! 

And speaking of new opportunities, we are currently in need of new leadership for the neighborhood association. It is with a heavy heart that I must step back from PPNA President role. I’ve enjoyed my time at the helm and I am grateful for the new friends I have made in this role.

We still have several active board members, but would love to have some new neighbors step up and help lead the PPNA in 2021. If you have a passion for our neighborhood and some new ideas for how we can connect in these challenging times, please reach out. Try not to be thrown by official titles, the board is truly collaborative and the presidency can be customized to fit your availability. 

Feel free to reach out via email to pabstpark@gmail.com if you would like to get more involved in the PPNA, have more questions about leadership or event ideas. 

Thanks again for your membership and continued support of the PPNA,
Sam Bingham