Update!! The Back to School Picnic will be held at First Lutheran Church due to the unpredictable weather. The church is just across the street from St James Park at 743 S Monroe. See you there!
Join us for our annual Back to School Picnic at St. James Park on Tuesday, September 5th at 6:00 p.m. The main course will be provided, but please feel free to bring a dessert or a side dish to pass. There will be plenty of food, so don't worry if the first day back to school is too crazy!
This event is brought to you by the Astor Neighborhood Association. If you'd be interested in arriving to the park a little early to help get the event set up, please contact Pastor Paul Schleis at firstname.lastname@example.org, or just show up! Thanks.
Don't forget this Wednesday, August 23 we will be showing The Peanuts Movie at St. James Park! Bring a blanket, a chair, etc and get ready for a fun night! We will start the show once it's dark enough-7:45/8:00. Free popcorn provided by ANA! Please share this and invite friends! See you there!
The Astor Neighborhood Association is planning to hold an outdoor summer beer garden event on Saturday August 5th from 7:00 to 10:00 pm at the home of a local resident in the historical district which will be revealed later. Proceeds are to benefit the ANA, and will be used for projects needed within the neighborhood.
Tickets can be obtained by contacting Jennifer Lenz either by phone(920-609-7099), or by email (Jennifermlenz@gmail.com).
Beer, snacks, water and soft drinks will be provided for the event. Please express your interest as time is short to figure a count for this event. We hope this will be the first of many such summer adult events. Thank you for your interest, and please share this with your neighbors.
Astor Neighborhood Association partnered with the Brown County Historical Society to offer workshops to research your home! If This Home Could Talk! Every House Has a Story!
Houses all have a story to tell. This workshop will explore how to research a house history. Deb Anderson, coordinator of the UW Green Bay Archives and Area Research Center, will share a wide variety of resources that can be used to provide clues about construction dates, physical features, and occupants of your home.
The house history workshops on the 19th and 28th at 6:30 at the Brown County Historical Society located at 1008 S Monroe Ave, Green Bay, WI 54301
Call Chris Dunbar to register - (920) 437-1840
If you are interested in having your home on the September 23rd If This Home Could Talk Homes Tour please call Deby Dehn – (920) 435-6502 or email email@example.com.