Friday, October 26, 2012
Fright Night kicks off at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, complete with a bonfire, music, goodie bags and food.
After you've recovered from your Clean Up Day fun, and of course trick-or-treating has finished - head over to Ellsworth Park from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. to join us for Fright Night. Outside, a glowing bonfire will keep you warm, while the treats, music and spooks inside the tent will keep you entertained. Don't forget, there will be brats, hot dogs, popcorn, beverages and treats for everyone in attendance. Trick-or-Treat A quick reminder that trick-or-treating activities will commence in Bayside between 2:30 and 5:30 p.m. on Sunday. Leaf Vac Attack Loose leaf collection season continues next week, Oct. 29 throughout the village. Remember, loose leaf collection occurs every other week - we ask that residents only place leaves out prior to …
Monday, October 22, 2012
Join many other Bayside residents the Weekend of October 27 for two events, the annual clean up day and Fright Night!
During the weekend of October 27 and 28, Bayside will be hosting two of its most popular events: Clean-Up Day and Fright Night. Don't miss out on your last chance to dispose of unwanted items around the house and to have some family friendly Halloween fun with friends and neighbors after trick-or-treating. When and Where? Want to Volunteer? The Village is always looking for help to make these events possible. If you want to volunteer your time for either event, please contact Village Hall at 414-351-8811. Any help is greatly appreciated.
Monday, October 1, 2012
Here's a look at the top stories for the month of the September in Fox Point and Bayside.
Here's a look at the biggest stories from the month of August in Fox Point and Bayside. 1. 'Lax Bros and Preppy Hoes' Sparks Controversy at Nicolet A group of about 60 Nicolet High School seniors took Homecoming Week to a new extreme this year, bypassing the scheduled theme of "Pajama Day" and substituting their own theme: "LAX Bros and Preppy Hoes." Many of the girls came to school in what resembled a Catholic School Girl outfit, or similar attire to what Britney Spears wore in her video, "Hit Me Baby One More Time" — with miniskirts, button-down white shirts and loose-fitting, men's ties. 2. Former School Board Member Arrested at Nicolet Homecoming Former Nicolet High School board member Jennifer Peltz was arrested for disorderly conduct…
Sunday, September 23, 2012
Three Bayside girls lit pages torn from books in the Little Free Library at Ellsworth Park, then ran away. Each nabbed a $681 fine.
Residents can purchase commemorative bricks that will be installed at Ellsworth Park to honor a loved one, for birthdays, anniversaries and more.
Bayside is offering residents a chance to purchase commemorative bricks that will be installed at Ellsworth Park. Residents who participated in this program in the past have chosen to honor a loved one, birthday, anniversaries, and more. These bricks will serve as a lasting piece of Bayside history, and the funds from the sale help pay for renovation and beautification efforts at the park and public spaces in Bayside. For more information on the Village's Commemorative Brick Sale or to purchase a brick, please stop by or call Village Hall. You can also find the order form online.
Monday, September 17, 2012
Three Bayside girls lit pages torn from books in the Little Free Library at Ellsworth Park Friday night, then ran away. Each nabbed a $681 fine.
Three Bayside girls each received a $681 fine after starting a fire at Ellsworth Park which they told police was because they started to “stay warm.” At 7:39 p.m. on Friday, Bayside Police and the North Shore Fire Department received a call for a fire at Ellsworth Park from someone who said they saw four girls who had lit a fire near the tennis courts and then ran away. Police searched the immediate area and found three girls running east along Fairy Chasm Road, directly north of the park. An officer stopped to talk with them and noticed they were all out of breath. They eventually admitted they had been at the park and had lit pages from a book on fire near the tennis courts. They all said they “Just lit the fire to stay warm.” For more …
Wednesday, July 4, 2012
Bayside residents paraded around the neighborhood in red, white and blue and gathered for an ice cream social fourth of July morning.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Kim Stemmer
Wednesday, July 4, 2012
Bayside residents rang in the annual July 4th celebration Wednesday morning despite soaring tempretures. More than 100 people marched down Ellsworth Lane showing off patriotic costumes. After the parade, the crowd gathered for ice cream, courtesy of Cold Stone, while Community Bark handed out cold water to keep people hydrated in the blistering heat. Cold Stone certificates were given to costume contest winners in age groups six and under and seven to 12years of age, as well as best dog.
Monday, July 2, 2012
A roundup of places to be and people to meet in Fox Point and Bayside.
Who said nothing ever happens in Fox Point or Bayside — Patch certainly doesn't think so! Check out all the places to be, things to do and people to see as we look at the week ahead. Fox Point and Bayside Celebrate the Fourth on Wednesday Both Fox Point and Bayside are gearing up to celebrate Independence Day in style with parades, ice cream, baseball games and more. Get all your details on local Fourth of July celebrations, and where you can catch the fireworks, here. Vote for Your Favorite Park As Ellsworth Park recently got its own Little Free Library, and a the parking lot was repaved at Doctors Park, here's a great opportunity to help your favorite park win up to $100,000 and the prestigious title of “America’s Favorite Park!” All …
Third annual 'America Is Your Park' campaign rallies residents around their community parks to vote to their neighborhood park as “America’s Favorite Park.”
As Ellsworth Park recently got its own Little Free Library, and a the parking lot was repaved at Doctors Park, here's a great opportunity to help your favorite park win up to $100,000 and the prestigious title of “America’s Favorite Park!” All city, state and national parks in the United States are eligible to win. This summer, Coca-Cola is rallying people to cast a “swing vote” for their favorite park candidate. The grand prize? A sweet $100,000, which could go a long way in checking off a few items on the parks' "To Do" list. With the click of a button, park goers can change their communities by voting for their favorite park to win the title of “America’s Favorite Park.” Also at stake is a $100,000 recreation grant made possible by …
Sunday, July 1, 2012
Check out all the pictures from Saturday when dozens of Bayside residents got together at Ellsworth Park for games, brats, beer and some entertainment!
Bayside's annual Village Picnic was held Saturday at Ellsworth Park.