Fall Fun! Saturday, October 25
WB Bird Walk
8am • Meet at the Mills Pond Gazebo • Hosted by Heather Johnson
Come see what ducks and birds have joined us after the rains and cooler weather.
Andy Allen’s Pumpkin Patch
10am-Noon • Pick your pumpkin!
In front of the Gazebo at KF Park
WBNA Pumpkin Painting in the Park
10:30am-1:30pm •The Gazebo at KF Park
FREE with DONATION of 1 canned good
OR $1 donation to St. Andrew’s Food Pantry
Pumpkin Painting has been a WB tradition for more than a decade and this year will feature real pumpkins of all sizes complements of Andy Allen, Realtor. Dianne Koehler, of the art minicamps, will be supplying the paints, brushes, set-ups and examples of what to paint on your pumpkin in case you need ideas. It’s always a lot of fun and you get to take home a pumpkin to decorate for Halloween!
Fall Food Drive – With this event, the WBNA kicks off the food drive for our local food bank so bring a non-perishable food item to paint for free or donate $1 to St. Andrew’s Food Pantry.
Update & Reminder about the Pumpkin Patch & Pumpkin Painting on Saturday!
Both are WBNA sponsored events. We greatly appreciate the Andy Allen Team for donating the pumpkins and volunteering to help with the pumpkin painting. We were thrilled to give Dianne’s Pumpkin Painting a new home last year and are happy that she has agreed to come again this year.
As a 501(c)(4), we are a non-political organization. We do not endorse candidates in any race and each and every candidate is invited to our forums. All candidates are represented in informational articles and posts to our website.
Volunteers at WBNA sponsored events are prohibited from wearing campaign attire or espousing their personal political views so as not to give the impression of WBNA endorsement for any candidate. It would be most appreciated if other community leaders and residents in attendance this Saturday would follow these guidelines by creating a ‘politics free’ zone if you will, so that both parents and children may enjoy the event.
We are certainly not trying to stifle anyone’s first amendment rights, we just want to keep a children’s event just that, a children’s event.
We are very excited about the Pumpkin Patch & Pumpkin Painting in the Park and genuinely hope that everyone will cooperate. It’s for the kids and should remain so.
Athlos Leadership Academy Fall Festival
11am-4pm • 3711 Shoreline Drive
Athlos Leadership Academy, is having their second annual Fall Festival October 25th from 11am-4pm. There will be bounce houses, games, prizes, a pumpkin patch with pumpkin painting, and food vendors. Tickets are 10 for $5, 50 for $25, and 110 for $50. We hope you can come out and support this new school. Read more here: http://www.ala.my-pto.org/
3rd Annual Living Safe & Well Expo
Saturday, October 25 • 1-5 pm
201 E. Pecan Street
Pflugerville, TX 78660
The Pflugerville community has been nationally recognized for its quality of life and community spirit and is one of the fastest growing communities in Central Texas. Travis County ESD No. 2 / Pflugerville Fire Department has a great responsibility in providing fire suppression, fire prevention, and first response emergency medical care covering 100 square miles with personnel and equipment working out of four fire stations ready 24 hours a day to serve 100,000 citizens of the District. With our mission to serve the community’s public safety needs, we believe that community education, prevention, safety and wellness are essential to living safe and well.
This fun and engaging family-oriented, community-based event is part of our Prevention and Public Education initiative. Join us for our 3rd Annual Living Safe and Well Expo that encourage healthy lifestyles and helps you prepare for and prevent the risk of adverse situations. Among the activities we will have a variety of free health screenings, cooking demonstrations, healthy food sampling, Live Music by The Josh Tiemann Band, the Firefighter Pfit 5K Fun Run and more! http://livingsafeandwellexpo.org/
Northwest Elementary Fall Fest & Halloween Celebration!
5:30-8:30pm • Northwest Elementary School •14014 Thermal Drive
Remember growing up and going to Fall Festivals dressed in your costumes? Remember how much fun you had?
Join your neighbors, throw on an old costume, and stop by Northwest Elementary with your kids this Saturday. We promise a good time!