Celebrate Earth Day with your neighbors and friends by volunteering to help clean up your local park! Madison Parks is recruiting volunteers for the Earth Day Challenge on Saturday, April 27, 2019 for just two hours – 10am to 12pm at Walnut Grove Park (and many others throughout Madison). Volunteers are needed
We’d like to warmly welcome our four new board members, Pam Conrad, Caleb Van Horn, Kathy McComb and Hayden McCann for the 2019 year! Thank you to John Pinto and Diane Littman for their dedicated service over the past two years. Katherine Bidwell, Liz Fenster, Birgitta Larson-Gamez, Elizabeth Albano, Davie
Save the date for the 2019 WHGA Annual Meeting scheduled for Sunday, January 27th from 1-3pm. This year we will discuss and vote on plans related to raising annual dues. We also need FOUR additional board members for 2019. Please contact any current board member directly or email@example.com to volunteer.
The second/final meeting to vote on the specific equipment to be installed at the park is scheduled for Thursday, December 13th at 6:00pm at Glenn Stephens Elementary School (library). At this meeting, all items discussed will be specific to Walnut Grove Park. We will begin the session with a brief recap of the decisions
Our greenways need some love to keep them in top notch shape! A Fall Greenway Clean Up Day is set for Saturday, 11/3 (rain date 11/10) beginning at 9AM. Please come on out to help pick up sticks and brush (a kid friendly activity!), leaf blow the paths and side areas in preparation for Winter, and
The Nextdoor Treat Map for Halloween is now available! Sign up to indicate if you will be giving away candy or other treats on Halloween. https://nextdoor.com/treat_map There are no official trick or treating hours, but the City of Madison recommended hours are 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm on Wednesday, October
Happy Fall! The Walnut Grove Fall 2018 Newsletter has hit the newsstands! Read about how to protect our lakes, upcoming events, and safety tips. Find the digital copy here: Fall 2018 Newsletter If you have not selected a “digital only” preference, your block captains will be distributing paper copies soon. Please contact Liz
You can protect our lakes by managing your yard waste correctly. When rain falls on leaf piles in the street, the water pulls nutrients from the leaves and drains them into our lakes and that contributes to toxic algae blooms, murky water, and weeds. Following these steps will help protect our lakes.