A true oasis for city dwellers, this neighborhood is friendly and alive with residents walking dogs, jogging, pushing baby strollers and biking. Some residents recall the days when their parents farmed this land, while others have recently moved here, but everyone appreciates its rich sense of the past combined with the vibrancy of the present.
Enderis Park Neighborhood Association
Resident-Driven Community Development
EPNA promotes neighborhood stability and a rewarding quality of life for all by working with neighbors to support and maintain an attractive, diverse, respectful, and safe community.
EPNA is a Non-Profit Organization, your pledge may be tax - deductible
Enderis Park Neighborhood Association Farmers Market
Learn more about this exciting EPNA-sponsored event here:
Inviting all neighborhood children ages 12 and under with adult supervision:
KIDS – bring your basket to gather eggs
ADULTS – bring a camera to capture memories
EVERYBODY – bring your loose change for the Penny Jar
Egg Hunt | Pictures with the Easter Bunny | Penny Jar Drive | Tattoos | Easter Bunny Bubbles | Jelly Bean Guess | Chalk for Sidewalk Art | Coloring & Drawing in the Fieldhouse | Beverages | Reconnecting with neighbors after a snowy cold winter
REGISTRATION FEE - Advanced:
$5.00 per child (non-EPNA member)
$4.00 per child (EPNA member)
$5.00 per child (EPNA members and nonmembers)
** see Members for current listing and Latest Newsletter for registration form
Return with fee (checks made out to EPNA) by WEDNESDAY, March 21 to:
Kathy Grothe, 2933 N. 70th St. (mail slot closest to door) 774-1898
2018 Spring Clean Up
Saturday, April 21, 2018 | 9:00 AM to NOON
Enderis Park neighbors and their families are invited to come together on Saturday, April 21 beginning at 9:00 AM to work on cleaning up the Enderis Park neighborhood and our borders - Burleigh, Lisbon, Center, 76th and 60th. Help enhance the appearance of our neighborhood after a cold and snowy winter. Volunteers will receive coupons for FREE admission to various Milwaukee County attractions, including the Zoo.
To participate, show up at 9:00 AM (later is okay, too) at 2802 N Sholes Ave to receive your bag(s), and gloves and FREE
Milwaukee County admission coupons. You will be assigned an area to clean up, or you may also pick your own. Work with a group -- it's much more fun!
Questions? Contact Kathy Grothe at (414) 774-1898 or Lori Sommervold at firstname.lastname@example.org or (414) 445-8742