Do you have an idea for a new public event in the Tosa East Towne neighborhood? Do you have suggestions for making existing neighborhood events better? If so, we want your input at our next meeting, at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 13.
Tosa East Towne Neighborhood Association is dedicated to improving the quality of life in our neighborhood, and one of the most visible ways we carry out that mission – with the help of your annual dues – is by organizing events that all our residents can enjoy.
Hundreds of children participate each year in our neighborhood’s Trick or Treat, held on the Saturday evening before Halloween. Hundreds of residents come out to run and walk in our Run Tosa Run, held each May. TETNA also organizes an egg hunt before Easter, a neighborhood-wide rummage sale, the Taste of East Tosa dinner party, an outdoor movie night and occasional social gatherings at North Avenue hotspots. And we gladly support great events in our neighborhood that are organized by other groups, such as Que & Brew in July and Fall Fest in October.
As we get started with planning our 2017 events, we’re looking for residents’ feedback on which events we should emphasis, which ones we should downplay (or even phase out) and whether there is something new we should try this year.
If you’d like to contribute your ideas – whether or not you have time to help plan our events – join us at 7 p.m. Feb. 13 in the Center Street Park pavilion for our monthly meeting. We have scheduled an hour-long work session to help focus our efforts as we finalize TETNA’s calendar of events for the year.
Come be a part of what makes our neighborhood a great place to live!
For more information or to submit your ideas by email, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.