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| MESSAGE FROM THE MAYOR
Dear City Residents:
HAPPY SPRING! While our winter was a mild one, I believe we all ready for the warmth and promise of Spring!
This Spring and Summer will be warmer - and very, very busy here in "Our Home Port." Already, exciting things are underway here in our great City! Here are just a few of them:
- The next phase of North breakwater repair work - our Gateway Project - is underway, with a timeframe of early June for completion. This is a really transformative project, one that will significantly expand and repair the public access walkway and ensure full ADA compliance. It is an important commitment of ours that ALL our City residents and visitors be able to access Lake Michigan and enjoy its natural beauty. Moreover, this project integrates a "community gathering area" at which families can safely enjoy the views, fish from the breakwater, or sit and relax. We can't wait to see the finished product! Of course, we have more work to do, and that work will pick back up in the Fall of 2017 with more placement of armor stone to protect the lake side of the South breakwater.
tall ship Denis Sullivan - Wisconsin's flagship - returns in June, with an engagement here June 1st - 4th to coincide with Pirate Fest! Our partnership with Discovery World Science & Technology Center, bringing the Sullivan to PW in 2015 and 2016, was a terrific success and brought visitors to our lakefront; additional spending in our downtown businesses; a $425,000 grant for our breakwater work; and revenue we can use to help promote our Sullivan visits again this year. If you didn't have a chance to sail the magnificent tall ship last year, you can do so from "Our Home Port" this Summer!
- In terms of downtown redevelopment, we expect to move forward with our continued focus upon the necessary addition of strategic residential density with the Lakepointe townhomes project. The project, with an anticipated Summer commencement, is the work of Stephen Perry Smith Architects, Inc. and will continue to enhance the variety and amount of housing inventory of our lakefront Business District. With each new residential component, we add vital density that will help support and sustain our existing business partners, help in our efforts to attract another regional retail presence and positively impact the overall business mix of our downtown.
- We will break ground on another development project, the Cedar Vineyard Development, which will bring right-sized residential density to the former VK property and a functional commercial vineyard operation! Beyond the increase in our tax base and the benefits of additional people living near (and being connected to!) our downtown, the vineyard will bring tourists, weddings and other celebrations - all of which is wonderful for our community! We are accomplishing this while preserving very environmentally sensitive land and allowing for new public beach access.
- We will continue to advance our partnership with NOAA and our progress towards designation of a National Marine Sanctuary off our shores. This will mean so many good things for us - identification and preservation of new shipwrecks; more visitors to our lakefront; exciting new educational curriculum possibilities; new businesses (a great example being Port Deco Divers!); and very impactful partnerships. We will celebrate our hoped-for designation August 11th - 13th with our "Get into your Sanctuary" weekend, with activities planned to highlight our special place here along Lake Michigan.
- Speaking of the Lake and the special place we call home, part of that is our proud maritime heritage - and in accepting conveyance of the north breakwater lighthouse from the National Park Service as we hope to do this Summer we take yet another important step in preserving and celebrating that history.
- We will welcome another new event, "Badger Brews & Que" to "Our Home Port" this Summer! The event, led forward by Paramount Music Association, will be held on Coal Dock Park the weekend of August 4th - 5th. To learn more, visit their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Badger-Brews-Que-1434088230168712/. Along with Main Street Community Street Festival on the Sunday of Memorial Day weekend; Pirate Festival in June; Fish Day in July; and Paramount Music Festival over Labor Day weekend, we have a jam-packed festival season! Events such as these, as well as our 4th of July celebration; our Beer Garden; our Farmers' Market; and so many others invite people to come and see our beautiful city - and have a lot of fun while doing so!
So, lots to celebrate, and lots for us to do. Please stay engaged, and please keep sharing your ideas and asking your questions. Visit our City website often (
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You can do so via the "E-mail sign-up" link in the right-hand column on the home page of our city website.
Once more, THANK YOU for continuing to make us "Your Home Port!" Enjoy a wonderful Spring.
Mayor - City of Port Washington
CROSS CONNECTION CONTROL PROGRAM
Port Washington is currently replacing water meters throughout the City at residential home sites. During the water meter replacement visit, the meter technician will also conduct a Cross Connection Safety Survey of certain connections to the internal water supply. Areas of the survey include outside hose connections, irrigation systems, boilers and water softeners.
Cross Connection Press Release
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| POLICE DEPARTMENT
POLICE MEMORIAL DAY 2017 MEMORIAL CEREMONY AND LOCAL FUNDRAISER
Peace Officers Memorial Day is May 15th. The idea of a Peace Officers Memorial Day came into effect on October 1, 1961, when Congress asked the president to designate May 15th to honor law enforcement officers. President Kennedy signed the bill into law on October 1, 1962. Each year, the president of the United States proclaims May 15th as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the calendar week of each year during which May 15th occurs as Police Week.
According to the Legal Information Institute, the president is requested to issue a proclamation to: designate May 15th as Peace Officers Memorial Day; to direct government officials to display the United States flag at half-staff on all government buildings; and to invite state and local governments and the people to observe the day with appropriate ceremonies and activities.
Peace Officers Memorial Day and Police Week pay tribute to the local, State, and Federal law enforcement officers who serve and protect us with courage and dedication and honors those officers who have lost their lives in service to their communities. These observances also remind us of the ongoing need to be vigilant against all forms of crime, especially to acts of extreme violence and terrorism.
In conjunction with Peace Officers Memorial Week, the Port Washington Police Department, and Honor Guard, in partnership with Tello's Grill & Café will host the 3rd annual Police Memorial Benefit on Tuesday, May 16th. Throughout the day, 10% of all sales will be donated to the Adam Hartwig Memorial Fund. At the end of the day, owner, Angel Tello will personally make a matching donation.
Deputy Adam Hartwig was a 30-year-old Ozaukee County sheriff's deputy who served with the Ozaukee County Sheriff's Office for 2-1/2 years. Adam died unexpectedly on March 18, 2016, having suffered a fatal heart attack shortly after arriving home following the completion of his shift, during which he had responded to several stressful calls.
Adam is survived by his wife, his nearly 2 year old son, parents, and two brothers.
SAFETY TOWN 2017 - IT'S JUST AROUND THE CORNER!
Port Washington Kiwanis Club, supported by the Port Washington and Saukville Police Departments will again offer the very popular and very successful "Safety Town" program this year. This is the 19th year of the program which is open to and structured for children who will be starting kindergarten in the fall of 2017. Safety Town will be held June 5th - 16th at Dunwiddie Elementary School in Port Washington. There will be two sessions held each day, 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
ALERT! The 8:00 a.m. session is already filled!
Sign up soon for the 10:30 a.m. session! There are a limited number of spaces remaining! Contact Brad LeDuc of the Port Washington Kiwanis Club at
for more information, or go to
DON'T FORGET YOUR BICYCLE HELMET!
The City of Port Washington requires that every person less than 16 years of age operating or riding on a bicycle on a public roadway, public sidewalk, public bicycle path or any other public right-of-way under the jurisdiction and control of the City shall wear a protective helmet designed for bicycle safety. Parents are encouraged to set an example by wearing a properly fitted helmet every time you ride and please require your children to do the same. Violators younger than 16 years of age may be issued a municipal citation.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR NOW FOR THE 2017 BICYCLE RODEO
The Port Washington Police Department will again sponsor an annual bicycle rodeo. It will be conducted on Thursday, June 22, at Lincoln Elementary School, located at 1325 Theis Lane, in Port Washington. The rodeo will be held from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Bring your bicycle! The rodeo includes a bicycle raffle, free bicycle helmets & giveaways (while supplies last), free bicycle registrations, free bicycle inspections, and bicycle safety training & agility courses. Refreshments will also be provided.
For additional information, contact Officers Jason Bergin or Eric Leet of the Port Washington Police Department at 262-284-2611.
BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR BICYCLES & PEDESTRIANS
With the much anticipated arrival of summer weather, there is an increase in all types of warm weather outdoor activities. The Port Washington Police Department reminds you to be extra aware of pedestrians and bicyclists, especially throughout the warm weather months. Remember, as a general rule pedestrians and bicyclists have the right-of-way when crossing a roadway within a marked or unmarked crosswalk.
Pedestrians and bicyclists are also reminded that sudden pedestrian movement into traffic or the path of a vehicle is dangerous and prohibited. Bicycles are considered vehicles in Wisconsin. Bicyclists are reminded and encouraged to obey all traffic laws.
The Port Washington Police Department wants you to enjoy outdoor summertime activities to the fullest. However, a reminder that the possession or consumption of open intoxicants on a public way (street, sidewalk, parking lot, etc.) is strictly prohibited within the city, unless the public way or public area has been specifically designated or posted as to permit such activity.
OPEN FIRES PROHIBITED
For your safety and the protection of your property and that of the community, open fires are prohibited within the city limits. Please see the Port Washington Fire Department's article below for more information on fire pits and outdoor fireplaces.
FIREWORKS NOT PERMITTED
For your safety and that of the community, the possession and/or discharge of fireworks is strictly prohibited within the City of Port Washington.
DON'T BE A VICTIM - IMPORTANT TARGET HARDENING TIPS
Don't become a victim! There are three ingredients necessary for a crime to take place. They are: desire, ability, and opportunity. While you may have little or no control over an individual's desire or ability to attempt to commit a crime against you, you can take a few simple steps to greatly reduce the opportunity.
Because residents feel relatively secure in our suburban community setting, many people are lax in securing their homes, vehicles, and possessions against theft. This is particularly a problem with theft from unlocked vehicles. Thieves will enter a neighborhood, and check or "shop" multiple vehicles until they locate one that is unlocked. They then look through the vehicle and steal anything of value. Popular items include cell phones, money, CD's, laptop computers, stereo equipment, purses, and wallets.
The Police Department, in a continuing effort to deter criminal activity, suggests the following:
Please remember, "if you see something, say something." Immediately report all suspicious activity to the Port Washington Police Department by dialing 9-1-1.
Together, with your help and cooperation, we can make a difference!
CONSUMER ALERT: TAXPAYERS REPORTING FAKE, THREATENING WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE CALLS
Release Date: April 28, 2017
MADISON - Earlier this month, the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) warned consumers about the resurgence of fake Internal Revenue Service (IRS) phone calls. In this nationwide scam, callers are threatened by imposter IRS agents who claim they owe back taxes and demand immediate payment over the phone.
Now the Wisconsin Department of Revenue (DOR) is reporting that a number of taxpayers have received calls over the past couple of weeks that have "spoofed" the phone number for DOR's Milwaukee office on caller ID displays. These are scammers calling, there is no legitimacy to their claims, and they do not represent DOR despite the caller ID information.
"The Wisconsin Department of Revenue will not call or email you regarding your tax return," said DOR Secretary Richard Chandler. "Any phone call or email from someone claiming to be the DOR should be an immediate red flag. Do not give these fraudsters any information."
"Caller ID spoofing is a common characteristic in many phone scams because it allows scammers to misrepresent who they are, who they represent and what number they are actually calling from," said Frank Frassetto, Administrator for DATCP's Division of Trade and Consumer Protection. "Never trust your caller ID when you question the legitimacy of a phone call, especially if the caller is demanding money or sensitive information."
Hang up on any aggressive or threatening call about back taxes. Remember:
- Both the IRS and Wisconsin DOR contact taxpayers about their accounts by mail.
- Neither agency will call you, make threats about your tax liability and demand immediate payment.
- Neither agency will request that you pay your taxes using iTunes or Amazon gift cards, wire transfers, PayPal, prepaid debit cards or reloadable MoneyPak cards.
If you ever question the authenticity of a letter, phone call or email you receive that claims to be from a government agency, contact that agency directly to inquire. Contact the agency using a phone number or email address that you know to be accurate - NOT the contact information provided by the questionable party.
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For more information on the above and much more, please visit the City of Port Washington Police Department website at:
FIRE PITS AND OUTDOOR FIREPLACES
The fire department receives numerous inquiries regarding the use of outdoor fire pits or fireplaces. For clarity, a "fire pit" includes below ground pits, freestanding fireplaces, and portable devices intended to contain and control outdoor fires.
All below ground fire pits shall be at least four inches in depth and shall be surrounded on the outside, above ground, by a non-combustible material such as steel, brick, or masonry. The fire pit cannot exceed three feet in diameter, nor may the fire pile exceed two feet in height.
Fire pits may be used in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications and these regulations:
- Only natural firewood/commercial logs may be burned.
- Burning of lumber, pallets, scrap wood, tree trimmings, leaves, yard waste, paper, cardboard, garbage and similar items is not permitted.
- All fire pits must be located away from any structure or combustible material.
- Below ground fire pits and freestanding fireplaces must be located a minimum of 25 feet away from any structure or combustible material.
- Portable fire pits must be located a minimum of 15 feet away from any structure or combustible material.
- The fire must be constantly attended and supervised until the fire has been completely extinguished.
- A portable fire extinguisher or other approved extinguishing equipment, such as a garden hose, must be readily available.
SEVERE WEATHER REMINDER
When the skies look threatening, tune in your radio or television news station for information on severe weather alerts. The National Weather Service tracks all weather systems with sophisticated radar, which provides early warning of violent weather conditions. Remember, a TORNADO WATCH means conditions are favorable for the formation of tornadoes. When a watch is issued, listen to broadcast advisories and be ready to take cover. A TORNADO WARNING means that a tornado has actually been sighted and you should take cover immediately. The City of Port Washington has a warning system that is sounded in the event of a TORNADO WARNING.
now has a free feature that will alert your wireless communications device of severe weather and other important notifications. To sign up for this feature go to their website: http://www.co.ozaukee.wi.us. The sign up is located at the bottom of their homepage.
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| PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
CHANGES TO CITY BRUSH COLLECTION POLICY
Beginning in 2017, the City will charge residents for the cost of collecting brush for 15 minutes or more (less than 15 minutes is free). The minimum charge for 15 minutes is $19.16, plus $1.83/minute after 15 minutes. To avoid these charges, please neatly stack your brush with the cut ends pointed in the same direction as traffic, so it can be more easily run through the chipper. Separate logs and brush into two distinct piles for easier pickup. For those resident who have smaller terraces or no terraces at all, please place brush in your front yard parallel to the sidewalk. Also, if you have a contractor remove a tree, direct the contractor to take or chip the branches.
BRUSH AND LEAF COLLECTION
Brush collection is made bi-weekly from April 10th - May 27th, weekly from June 5th - September 1st, and bi-weekly from September 11th - October 27th. Brush will be accepted at the Street Yard from October 28th - December 2nd. Brush shall consist of all "woody" material, maximum 8 inches in diameter. Place brush (cut ends with the flow of traffic) at roadside. Brush and logs cut by a contractor must be disposed of by the contractor. Leaves may be raked into the street October 2nd - November 26th only, weather permitting. Leaves can be bagged and taken to the Street Yard until December 2nd.
STREET YARD DAYS/HOURS
The Street Yard is open Saturday, April 1, 2017 and closes Saturday, December 2, 2017.
The Street Yard accepts grass clippings, leaves, dead plants and other small yard items. Please call 262-284-2600 for more information.
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| PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT
Pirates' Hollow Waterpark opens June 5th! Summer registration is now open for all programs!
NEW!! CHALLENGER BRITISH SOCCER CAMP (3-12 YEARS OLD)
Challenger Sports' British Soccer Camp is the most popular soccer camp in the country based upon one of the innovative approaches to coaching youth soccer in the US and Canada. Our experienced staff study the game at all levels and we have identified the key techniques and skills that youth need to work on and master to reach their true potential. With programs for each age, the curriculum includes a variety of foot skills, technical drills, tactical practices, freestyle soccer, small-sided games, coached scrimmages, and a mini tournament play. Players also learn about our core values of respect, responsibility, integrity, sportsmanship and leadership. Each participant will receive a soccer camp T-shirt and a soccer ball! Register before May 12th and receive a free British soccer game jersey!
NEW!! FRIDAY FLICK & FLOAT - FINDING NEMO - AUGUST 4TH @ 7:00 P.M.
Come join us for our first ever Flick & Float at Pirates' Hollow Community Waterpark in celebration of our 20th year! The movie will start at dusk on an outdoor screen at dusk. Bring your inflatable raft to float or watch from the pool deck. $3.00 admission or FREE with season pool pass or an Ozaukee County library card.
NEW!! CITY OF 7 HILLS DUATHLON AND RUN/WALK
September 23, 2017 in Upper Lake Park.
OZAUKEE COUNTY SUPERPASS
When you purchase a 2017 Season Pool Pass, you will have the ability to upgrade to the ultimate SuperPass! The SuperPass allows you to utilize the Mequon, Cedarburg, Grafton and Port Washington Aquatic Facilities during the summer season! Fee for residents in addition to Season Pass: $15 for individual, $30 for family. Fee for non-residents in addition to Season Pass: $25 for individual, $45 for family.
Tennis For Ages 3 & Older
Soccer For Ages 3 & Older
"Get Golf Ready" Jr. Program
Junior Golf "Elite Players" Program
Swim Lessons & Private Swim Lessons
Port Piranhas Swim Team
City of 7 Hills 2 Mile Run/Walk
PORT SUMMER THEATRE
This year the production is Beauty & The Beast and is held on July 20th - July 23rd at the High School auditorium. Auditions are May 31st & June 1st at 6:00 p.m. and only open to adults and kids entering 9th grade or higher in the Fall of 2017.
Junior Golf teaches honesty, respect, and basic golf rules and etiquette. Young players ages 7-17 also learn balance, grip, full swing, stance, chipping and putting. Learn how to play the game using a state-of-the-art practice range and finish your week using a regulation golf course to test your new skills. Classes are held Monday - Friday at The Bog Golf Club. The first session starts June 19th - 23rd from 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. The second session will start on July 17th - 21st from 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. and the last session is July 24th - 28th from 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
JUNIOR GOLF "ELITE PLAYERS" PROGRAM
This program is designed to enhance the skill level and provide proper guidance for the Junior player ages 7-17 to participate on a competitive level. All players will have their swings analyzed using the newest video equipment. The program is July 10th - 14th from 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. at the Bog Golf Club in Saukville.
Tennis Match Play
City of 7 Hills Duathlon
City of 7 Hills 2 Mile Run/Walk
Swim to Fit
Yoga & More Classes
YOGA AND MORE
The following is our extensive list of classes taking place in the summer. Attend any one class during the time slots offered - or attend them all. A complete schedule and description of the classes can be found on our website. Mix it up from week to week. Also, check out our special yoga workshops throughout the year.
Fee Schedule: 5 classes $40.00, 10 classes $65.00, and 20 classes $95.00.
Yoga on the Bluff
All Level Yoga
Pickleball is ongoing every Thursday night at Antoine Park from 6:30-8:30 pm. starting June 1, weather permitting. Only $3 to play.
FRIDAY NIGHT FLICKS
Join us for our FREE family-friendly movie nights with three spectacular films this summer! Bring your blankets, chairs, family and friends to the best FREE family entertainment of the summer. Activities start at 7:00 p.m. and movies start at dusk
- July 7th at Veteran's Memorial Park
The Secret Life of Pets
- August 25th at Meadows Park
- September 15th at Veteran's Memorial Park
WPRA AMUSEMENT PARK DISCOUNT TICKETS
Port Washington Parks & Recreation Department offers discount tickets for the most popular Amusement Parks in the area such as Noah's Ark, Mt. Olympus, Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf, Milwaukee County Zoo and Six Flags Great America. Tickets go on sale starting May 15th and end September 1st.
SHELTER RESERVATIONS & WATERPARK RENTALS
Don't delay! Reserve a park area or shelter or rent out Pirates' Hollow Community Waterpark for your family or group outing today! The reservation form and available dates and sites can be obtained by calling the Parks and Recreation office at 262-284-5881 or check on the online calendar at http://portwashington.recdesk.com.
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| W.J. NIEDERKORN LIBRARY
Common Legal Options for Undocumented Immigrants with Davorin J Odrcic
Monday, May 8th at 6:00 p.m.
Dav will be discussing the most common options for an undocumented immigrant to obtain lawful status or otherwise be able to remain in the United States. He will be happy to take your questions. Davorin J Odrcic is an immigration lawyer based in Milwaukee. The Library Recipe Club
Backyard Beekeeping With Bethel Metz
Monday May, 1st at 6:00 p.m.
Learn how to care for your own hive in your backyard. Bethel will explain what's involved and the common myths about bees. Questions are always welcome!
A Great Day in Harlem
Friday, May 19th at 6:00 p.m.
Ray Harryhausen, Special Effects Titan
Friday, June 16th at 6:00 p.m.
Join us for our monthly Portfolio Film in partnership with Port Washington's Gallery 224. Discussion to follow the film.
It's Never too Late for Mid-Course Corrections! with Mary T. Wagner
Saturday, June 17th at 10:00 a.m.
Award Winning Author and WJNL Book Fair Participant, Motivational Speaker and Advocate for Reinvention, Mary will talk to us about how it's never too late to make changes in our lives.
Memories in the Making
Monday, June 5th at 10:00 a.m.
Participants create imaginative and colorful watercolor paintings. This class is designed for individuals with early-stage memory loss and their care partners. Please register.
Monday, August 14th at 6:00 p.m.
Make your own personalized stamp for your stamping collection or just as an added specialty to your crafts.
Monday, June 12th at 6:00 p.m.
We will be folding old library books into new, fun art projects! Please Register for this class.
Monday, July 10th
at 6:00 p.m.
Make your own seeds bombs! Perfect for gifts or for planting in your own garden! Bring a packet of wildflower seeds to use! Please register for this class.
Friday Night After Hours Movie - showtime starts at 7:00 p.m.
Check on our website for upcoming titles. Snacks provided by our friends at Tello
s Grille and Café.
Annie is always available to help you check out and download your Overdrive ebooks, digital audiobooks or your Zinio Magazines to your PC, laptop or tablet. Call to make an appointment or just stop in.
2nd and 4th Tuesdays at 11
a.m. Check the
ebsite for topics
The Library Knitting Club
2nd & 4th Wednesdays at 6
p.m. Find us on Facebook!
Yoga with Connie Baldwin
Thursday mornings at 9:30 a.m.
harge. Mats are available for use.
WJ Niederkorn Book Club
Third Mondays at 6:30
. Check the website for titles, or call Annie at the library to reserve your copy.
2nd & 4th Monday of the Month from
Come enjoy the company of other writers, coffee from Smith Bros Coffee Shop
, wifi, and a quiet atmosphere.
Are you a NaNoWriMo partic
ipant? This is perfect for you!
And you can have this time every month (no more waiting just for November)
Come by and Doodle with our 3D pen
ll Annie to make an appointment.
Click on the link below and checkout our digital mag
azines with Zinio.
The Sprint Mobile Hotspot
hese are available to checkout.
It's perfect if you don't have internet yet or are traveling and don't want to use your
Devices are available to check out for one week. Get more info on our website
esignated to helping patrons with library related technology such as Overdrive, the Monarch catalogue, and Zinio. We can also go over how to use social media such as Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter.
Friday, May 19
Friday, June 16
Friday, July 21
Friday, August 18
CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT 2017 SUMMER READING PROGRAM
Tuesday, June 6
th Kick Off Day
Registration for Summer Reading Program all day from 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Magician Rick Allen will present "Beyond Belief" at 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
Art in a Suitcase with Mary Tooley
Wednesday, June 14th at 10:00 a.m.
Tom Pease In Concert
Thursday, August 10th at 10:00 a.m.
Lego Imagination - Open To All Ages
June 12th, June 26th, July 10th , July 24th and August 7th at 10:00 a.m.
Preschool Story Times
June 27th and 28th through August 1st and 2nd
Books and Babies - 9:30 a .m. on Tuesdays
2 Year Olds - 10:30 a.m. on Tuesdays
3-5 Year Olds - 9:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. on Wednesdays
Exploring Other Cultures Series with Priya McConnohie
Open to students entering 2nd -- 6th grades
World of Cinderellas 1:00 p.m., Friday, June 9
Marvels of Morocco 1:00 p.m., Friday, June 23rd
Wonders of China 1:00 p.m., Friday, July 7th
Last Day to Record in Reading Logs is Wednesday, August 9th at 8:00 p.m.
Reading Pool Party at Pirates' Hollow Water Park is Friday, August 11th from 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
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| ADULT COMMUNITY SENIOR CENTER
ENRICHMENT, WELLNESS, FITNESS & SOCIAL CLUBS
Call for prices and to make a reservation
- Hatha Yoga - May 10th - June 21st is the last session until fall.
- The Center is a Silver Sneaker Flex and Silver & Fit Class location for Zumba Gold (a slower fitness version) or Circuit Training Classes.
- Strength with Bands is a twice a week class to build strength and balance
- Learning in the enrichment classes include a NEW Write Your Own Story Course, Dr. John Perry's class, Art Studio, or Watercolor Course are a few examples.
- Chicks With Sticks & Crafters: Knit, crochet, sew, or craft? Join the program and share patterns, idea, and friendship! Meets on Wednesdays from 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
- Lakeside Tea Society is a monthly club on the 3rd Wednesday of the month featuring a theme tea topic followed by tea & a sweet. Upcoming themes: Courtship and Marriage for June; A Patriotic Tea with Dr. Ben Franklin in July. Reservations required.
- Summer Leagues forming: Horseshoes & Bocce on Tuesdays, 8-Ball Pool on Wednesdays.
- AARP Mature Driver Safety Class- Thursday, May 18th at 1:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
- "Get Your Game On" 23 years of Competition and Friendship with the Ozaukee Senior Games Applications NOW available for the Games taking place May 24th - June 15th.
- Ozaukee Senior Conference Tuesday, June 13th at Grafton High School; registration of $15.00 includes continental breakfast, lunch, keynote, and breakout sessions. Pick up registration form (due by June 2nd) at the Center.
- Concert In The Park, featuring "Groovy" with Ice Cream Social Thursday, August 24th, 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Thanks to our sponsors: Port Washington Saukville Rotary & Friends of the Port Washington Senior Center. Pre-registration is appreciated for planning by calling the Center at 262-284-5821 by Monday, August 21st.
Call for prices and to make reservation
- Brewers v Pirates on Thursday. June 22nd with payment due by May 18th.
- Back To The 50's at the Fireside Wednesday, June 28th with payment due by May 10th.
- Mystery Trip on Tuesday, July 25th with payment due by June 20th.
- Church Basement Ladies at the Fireside on Thursday, August 10th with payment due by June 22nd.
- Arlington Horse Races on Thursday, August 24th, payment due by July 14th.
- Brewers v Cardinals on Wednesday, August 30th, payment due by July 26th.
- Madison Lunch Cruise & Historic Columbus on Thursday, September 21st, payment due August 7th.
Programs open to adults, especially those 55 and better!
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COMMON COUNCIL MEETINGS
1st and 3rd Tuesday each month at City Hall