Have you been to Kindred on KK?
If you have a family, like excellent food and service, supporting local businesses and love Humboldt Park, 10% of the proceeds from Kindred’s Sunday Suppers this month go to Humboldt Park Friends. Sunday Suppers served family style, 5-9 pm. Reservations are required at least a day in advance. Children under 8 are free. One child per adult. $24.00 per guest plus tax and gratuity.
Dear member, as a current member, your membership has contributed to the events and activities of HPF and supported our mission (insert hpf mission statement) . We are proud of our accomplishments of 2017. Your interest
Grass Roots South Shore is pleased to let you know that Alderwomen Chantia Lewis will speak at the GRSS event on June 7th. She will be speaking on what’s possible
General Membership Meeting, April 6, 2017
Attendance: Zeno France, Time Richter, Myron Thomsen, Steve Blank, Supervisor Haas, Jane LeCapitaine, Ignacio Catral, Mary Rust, Daniel Mangert, Kyle Kummers
The season will open on May 9 with a grand opening on Thursday May 11.
The beer garden season will run from May 9th till September 30th.Each week on Friday the beer garden will feature a tap takeover by a different Wisconsin brewery. On May 12th the first tap takeover will be hosted by Lakefront brewery.
The beer garden is operated by Saint Francis Brewery in partnership with the Milwaukee County Parks.
St Francis Brewery donates an additional $1,000 toward the Humboldt Park pavillion bathroom renovations.
Rick Michalski (SFB) presents Zeno Franco (HPF) with a $1,000 towards Humboldt Park pavillion’s bathroom renovation.
Thank you to everyone that came out for our annual Humboldt Park Easter Egg Hunt.
Construction has begun!
The Humboldt Park pavillion’s bathroom renovation has officially begun. The partitions are down in the women’s bathroom and jackhammers are in the process of removing the floor tile. Here are some photos of the destruction. Here are some pics.
Race Bloopers can run around Humboldt Park for 13.1 miles, 26.2 miles or more.
Bloop, a new Milwaukee race, will be held at Humboldt Park Saturday, April 29.
This is no mistake, though the dictionary defines bloop as a “mistake” or shortened version of blooper. Nor, we’re guessing, will the race feature a “short low-pitched noise emitted by an electronic device,” which is another definition of bloop (who knew?). There may, however, be lots of grunts, wheezing and huffing and puffing by runners.
General Membership Minutes February 4, 2017 Spring Events – Beer Garden – Bocce Fest – Bathroom Renovations – Pavillion Roof – Shakespeare in the Park – Skate Spot