Nat’l Night Out: Oct 1

This year, National Night Out is Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2019, from 6 to 9 pm

National Night Out is a great opportunity to strengthen our neighborhood spirit and police/community relationships. It is also a great chance to get to know your neighbors better and share contact info. in case you should ever need it! Sign up HERE to host a party on your block.

Current list of Block Parties, check back on Tuesday as the numbers increase or just start walking as there will be others not listed:

5127 Ganymede Dr. – driveway & front yard (garage if it rains)
7-9 pm
Bob & Anneliese Gifford
Bring a chair and drink if you’d like.
We’ll have ice water, s’mores, & light snacks plus some outdoor games. Also. treats and water bowl will be available for the pets.
All Welcome from Ganymede-Europa-Rhea Court-Transit area + all those who walk & bike our area (with and without pets).

4202 Dauphine Dr
6-8pm
Kristin Harper
Bring chairs, drink, or dish optional.
We will serve fajitas, tea, and lemonade. Gluten free and veggie options will be available.
All Welcome from Cumbria, Dauphine, Meuse, Charlemagne, Bouvet, Antoinette

12701 Rhea Ct
6:30 – 9pm
Dale Butler
Bring a side dish/snacks, beverages, chairs. Anything to put on the grill if you don’t want dogs or burgers.
We will provide hot dogs and burgers with all the trimmings.
All Welcome.

4606 Adelphi Ln
6-8pm
Meg & Andy Davis
Bring a side dish/snacks, beverages of choice.
We will have lawn games, chairs, tables and hopefully the Fire Dept will stop buy.
All Welcome.

12602 Europa Lane
6-9 pm
Deborah Alexander
Bring a lawn chair, snack or dessert, beverages.
We’ll have hotdogs and chips and water.
All Welcome.

National Night Out is designed to:
– Heighten crime and drug prevention awareness
– Strengthen neighborhood spirit and police community relations
– Let criminals know that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back

Then on Tues. Oct 1st, please turn on your porch lights, lock your doors and spend the evening outside with your neighbors, police officers, firefighters and EMS paramedics.

Also consider printing out a few of the below “5’s Sheets” to help neighbors share contact information with each.
The Fives & Safety Tips
Do Your Five

Check back as the date nears to find a party on your block or nearby.