Updated: Apr 11
ALLOWEEN DECORATING CONTEST Join the spirit of Halloween by decorating your house and yard! Proudly display the winner’s lawn sign and be recognized with your picture on the EPNA Website and Facebook Page. Judging will occur between 6:00 pm and 7:30 pm on Friday, October 29th, because . . . Halloween decorations are best viewed in the dark! Decorating suggestions for the two categories are:
Most Decorative: Fall leaves and flowers, wreathes, friendly ghosts and witches, artistic scarecrows, pumpkins, orange lights, etc.
Most Scary: vampires, tombstones, scary witches and ghosts, bats, howling dogs etc.
HAVE A SAFE AND SPOOKTACULAR HALLOWEEN AND OF COURSE HAVE FUN!
NIGHTTIME TRICK-OR-TREAT 2021
Trick-or-Treat will take place Friday, October 29, 2021 from 6:00 PM TO 8:30 PM for Neighborhood children and their friends 12 years old and younger. Children MUST be in costumes and accompanied by a parent or guardian.
SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL ADULTS AND CHILDREN
* Maintain Safe Social Distancing * All participants must wear a COVID proof mask that does not obstruct vision * All candy and treats must be individually wrapped
Households that wish to participate should have on their porch lights and other lights. Non-EPNA guests are welcome and asked to observe parking restrictions and covid health and safety protocols.
MPORTANT PARKING INFORMATION
There will be no additional special parking restrictions posted (beyond the usual parking restrictions) during the hours of EPNA trick or treat. However, with so many little witches and warlocks enjoying this fall favorite activity, safety is our greatest concern. Narrow streets make it difficult for emergency vehicles to pass through if needed.
We ask that neighbors voluntarily observe parking for themselves and their guests as follows:
* Park cars off the streets (in garages, parking spaces and driveways wherever possible). * Park on the even side of the street only during the hours of Trick-or-Treat. * Encourage all guests to arrive and park before the festivities begin and to observe these voluntary parking requests. * Drive with extra care through the neighborhood during the hours of Trick-or-Treat.
THIS EVENT MAY BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AS LOCAL AND STATE HEALTH AND SAFETY MANDATES DICTATE. CHANGES WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON NEXT DOOR, EPNA MEMBER EMAIL, FACEBOOK, AND THE EPNA WEBSITE.
JOIN US AT EPNA'S HARVEST FEST! Sunday, October 24, 2021 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Enderis Park Games: Super-fun and supervised for kids of all ages Arts + Crafts: Festive autumn-themed for kids Eats: Delicious prepared food for purchase Scarecrows: Build a scarecrow for your front porch (bring old clothes – we have the stuffing!) Pumpkins: Who will win the Decorated Pumpkin Contest? Family Photos: Take family photos in an autumn setting Promote Childhood Literacy: Special guest readers will read some of your favorite children’s stories
Think Warm!: EPNA will collect donated new or like new winter coats, hats, scarves, and mittens Socialize: Come to Meet + Greet long time and new Endris Park residents and friends! Watch for more details on Next Door, Facebook, or enderispark.org. Volunteers Welcome! Contact Pat Yahle: firstname.lastname@example.org. THIS EVENT MAY BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AS LOCAL AND STATE HEALTH AND SAFETY MANDATES DICTATE. CHANGES WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON NEXT DOOR, EPNA MEMBER EMAIL, FACEBOOK, AND THE EPNA WEBSITE.
68TH STREET MONUMENT IMPROVEMENTS
If you have driven northbound into the neighborhood on N. 68th Street at W. Center Street, you are familiar with the entry monuments located at that intersection. Until recently landscape beds filled the space in front of the monuments. Over time these beds became overgrown with weeds which obscured the monuments’ Enderis Park lettering. Keeping the weeds under control became a maintenance headache. Thus, the EPNA board decided to explore other alternatives.
The selected solution was to create small, hard surface spaces replacing the landscape beds. The project was completed by neighborhood volunteers. Jim Best and his Oxford House colleagues did the hard work of digging out the old dirt and laying the stone pavers. Greg Happ volunteered use of his trailer to haul away the old soil. Greg also transported the new stone, which was donated by Pat Yahle, from Pat’s house to the site. This small project is a good example of what committed neighborhood volunteers can accomplish.