Saturday, March 24th 11am Washington North Playground
PPNA members’ children and grandchildren 10 years old and younger are invited to participate. We are co-hosting this event with our Inglewood neighbors. Bring your baskets to collect eggs and don’t forget your cameras as the PPNA Easter Bunny will be on hand to help the kiddies search for eggs! You must be a current member to participate in this event, for insurance purposes. Not a current member? Find out how to become a member, here! Thanks to the Washington Girl Scouts who will be assisting with our event this year! Troop 8689 will have boxes of Girl Scout Cookies available for sale at the Egg Hunt, so bring your wallets too.
Since we are halfway through our 2018 membership year, we are offering 50% off memberships through September 30, 2018! Join now at a discount, but remember you will have to renew at our membership drive in October unless you choose the 2 year option.
Just a reminder our ride is THIS Saturday! There are still plenty of bikes available. Same day registration is accepted but if you can register before it’s even better! Online payments are accepted! All East Tosa neighbors are invited to get “happy” with Pabst Park!
Step outside your comfort zone to meet some of your neighbors while experiencing Wauwatosa’s one and only indoor cycling studio, PowerCycle, 7954 Harwood Avenue.
A 45 minute class exclusive to Pabst Park Neighborhood residents and their friends will be followed by a social hour with snacks and water provided.
It doesn’t matter what your fitness experience is, the ride is friendly for riders of all levels! It is even kid friendly for riders 4’11” and taller!
Cost is $5/person. And pre-registration is preferred by February 19th. Drop off cash or checks payable to PPNA, to CoCo at 2178 North 64th. Please note your name and address for physical or online payments. Pay online via Venmo or PayPal by using these links:
Join us for our annual board meeting on Thursday, February 1st~6:30pm at Hue on 65th and North. If you have an interest in helping to plan our winter happy hour, egg hunt, trick or treat event or just want to be more involved, we would love to see you! We are actively seeking a new president and treasurer, as Lisa and I have filled these roles longer than the bylaws allow. If a board member position interests you, please email either Lisa or me for more information. We would be happy to have you shadow us for the rest of this membership year to get a feel for the positions. If traditional board member positions sound too daunting, we may restructure the PPNA to have coordinators for each event, social media, emails, website, etc…. If you would like to just coordinate one piece of the PPNA, please let us know or join us on February 1st. Many hands make light work! We could use some fresh faces and ideas to grow our membership, please consider getting involved.
Join neighbors at the Celebration of Life memorial fundraiser for lifetime Wauwatosa resident and longtime Pabst Park neighbor, Laurie Strothenke. Laurie served the Pabst Park Neighborhood Association from the early years of the PPNA right through to coordinating our most recent neighborhood wide rummage sale. Tickets for the event can be purchased at Ted’s, Alfa Flower Shop, Welke’s Florist, through Jeff Strothenke (414-750-4660) or at the door.
The Senior Commission of Wauwatosa would like to communicate more effectively with neighborhood associations in Tosa via a Senior Liaison. The liaison does not need to be a “senior”, just someone who has a passion for helping our senior neighbors make connections with the various resources available to them. You would be the ‘keeper’ of the brochures provided by the Senior Commission. It would be a very simple volunteer position you could list on your resume. Great for a local college student or professional in need of volunteer hours. There is an upcoming training session on January 22nd from 6:30-8:30pm. Please email email@example.com if you are interested in being one of the liaisons for Pabst Park.
Senior Liaison Program Description
The Senior Liaison Program is designed to create an environment of inclusion for all older adults that will encourage them to remain in Wauwatosa as they age. The senior liaisons will connect our older adults to the community: its people, its activities, its resources.
To accomplish this, each neighborhood association is recruiting at least one or two senior liaisons who will reach out to their neighborhoods’ older adults to make that connection. At the Jan. 22 training, they will receive information folders to distribute to seniors at neighborhood and citywide events.
This program will be a partnership between the senior liaisons and the neighborhood association. They will work together to tailor their efforts to the particular needs of the neighborhood’s older adult community. The Senior Commission will oversee this program and be an active partner in its support.