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Fall Festivities
Happy Thursday-
Halloween celebrations and other fall festivities are in full swing this October! From costume parties to a Halloween Hullabaloo, the City of New Berlin has you covered! We have plenty of volunteer opportunities as well, perfect for those who need to clock some hours to graduate or those just looking to give back. Take a look at this week's edition of New Berlin Notes and you'll even find some helpful tips for home improvement projects. Enjoy!

Recreation Rundown
No school, No worries! The New Berlin Recreation Department has you covered with "School's Out Day Camp." Sign your children up for the October 7th event today!
If you've got gymnastic experience the Rec. Dept. wants to hear from you! They're looking to hire a Gymnastic Coordinator for the fall season. Apply online by clicking the button below.
You're invited to a Halloween Costume Party! The Recreation Department is hosting the event Sunday, October 20th. Volunteers are still needed! Click the button below to apply.
City Hall
Blood Drive
October 10th
7:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Common Council Chambers
*Walk-ins are welcome*

A shout-out to our October Business of the Month, New Berlin Preschool. The preschool works to provide each child with the tools and skills necessary to enhance their social, physical, emotional, and academic development in a warm and nurturing environment. Learn more about their curriculum by clicking the button below.

Safety First
Here are some Trick or Treat safety tips:

  • Set a time limit
  • Map out a safe route
  • Don't take short cuts
  • Don't enter strange house or car

Have a safe and happy Halloween!
Scandinavian Festival Day Proclamation
Mayor Dave Ament proclaimed Saturday, October 5th, "Scandinavian Festival Day." The Nordic Council of Wisconsin has chosen to hold it's 29th Annual Scandinavian Festival in New Berlin that day at the Ronald Reagan School facilities.

2019 Christmas Parade
The 2019 Christmas Parade will take place on Saturday, December 7th at 3:00 PM. It will start at 159th Street and National Avenue and proceed west on National Avenue to Al Stigler Drive. A tree lighting and Santa's corner will follow.
Getting Rid of Latex Paint
It's important to only buy as much paint as you need. The average coverage rate is 400 to 450 square feet per gallon. Air dry any remaining liquid paint until it is solid. Use "waste paint hardener" or kitty litter to speed up the drying process. Once dry, put it in your trash can. Latex paint is water soluble and not considered hazardous.

Got Glasses?
You can drop off used eye glasses and hearing aids at New Berlin City Hall. Look for the collection bucket at the Clerk's counter.The New Berlin Lions Club sponsors this collection.

Citizen of the Year
Mayor Dave Ament will present the 2019 Citizen of the Year winner, Telesfore Wysocki, with an award at the end of the Committee of the Whole meeting on Tuesday, October 8th in the Council Chambers of City Hall. Ted has provided the City with dedicated service for over 35 years. He has a history working in local government and with local non-profits.

We Need You
  • Are you looking to make some extra money?
  • Are you a Waukesha County resident?
  • Can you dedicate 2-4 days per year to assist with ensuring a successful election?

Then you need to apply to be a poll worker. Click the button below to learn more.
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Thanks For Reading!
-Your City Clerk,
Georgia Stanford
City of New Berlin
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