Join your Neighbors and become part of the the Tosa Heights Neighborhood Association, a non-profit organization of volunteers from Tosa Heights. Our neighborhood of over 400 households in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin is bordered (approximately) by Congress Street/Grantosa, 92nd Street, Capitol Drive and 100th Street.
Our goals are to bring neighbors together with community and social events, provide safer neighborhoods for families and strengthen the quality of life for residents and the community as a whole.
The September TGIF will be at the home of Meri and Andy Frahm at 9839 W. Palmetto Ave, on September 25th at 6:00pm. For this special Oktoberfest version of the TGIF they'll be firing up the grill around 6pm and cooking some brats and hot dogs. Come share in the Gemuchlikeit!
This is a family friendly TGIF so feel free to bring the kids. If you're going to attend please bring a appetizer to pass and your favorite beverage.
It’s that time of year again, time for the ghosts and goblins to creep out from every corner, and descend on the Tosa Heights Neighborhood…time for our neighborhood’s HALLOWEEN EXTRAVAGANZA!!! On Saturday, October 31st from 4:00-6:00pm, the Tosa Heights Neighborhood Association will be hosting the 5th annual Halloween Extravaganza. Night time Trick or Treat will follow from 6:30-8:30pm.
Volunteers are needed! We need help with planning, purchasing, set-up, operation and clean up of the event. In the past we have tried to have about 8-10+ activities set up for kids of all ages (we normally plan for about 50-75 kids for crafts and/or treats and prizes). We've done cookie decorating, pumpkin painting, Halloween slime, pumpkin bowling, bobbing for doughnuts, Halloween luminaries and lots more! If you're interested in manning a table, or if you have your own fun idea, please let us know. You can also help by donating and/or loaning supplies.
Please contact Nicki Jensen at firstname.lastname@example.org or 414-732-9482, or Meri Frahm at email@example.com or 414-640-8483 to volunteer or donate. Help us make this Halloween even more fun than ever!
After two years on hiatus, the Beyer family is once again planning a family-friendly neighborhood Haunted House on 93rd and Marion! In order to make this year's creepy crib even more thrilling, they need help with supplies like lumber, sheets, costumes and inside decorations (lights, etc.). They're happy to pick up whatever you can donate. Please contact Beth at 414-526-7422 or firstname.lastname@example.org to contribute some hair-raising help!
Please note that this is a Neighborhood Association and not a Homeowner's Association.
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