Time to do some spring cleaning, Bay View!

April 24, 2013

Bay View Spring Cleaning Day is Saturday, May 11.
Check out the Facebook event page for more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/129488770577089

RUMMAGE SALE - All Day
Clean out your attic/garage/basement and get rid of your junk!
No maps and no RSVPs. This is rummage day is coordinated and organized by YOU!
We recommend posting your rummage address on Facebook or doing it the old fashioned way with a cardboard box and a sharpie.

Current Bay View Neighborhood Association members can post their rummage sale information on our event calendar for free this summer. Email: bayviewneighborhood@gmail.com with "Calendar Request - 2013 Rummage Sale" in the subject line. Please email at least 72 hours before the event.


NEIGHBORHOOD CLEAN UP - 9:00am-Noon
Pick up the trash on your block and meet your neighbors. Grab bags and gloves and pick up the trash thats been collecting in your neighborhood over the winter and spring. This is not a major workout--just walking around your own block is enough! The point is to beautify your living area and meet other Bay View residents. Organized by the Bay View Neighborhood Association.

Bags and gloves will be provided at: South Shore Park Pavilion, Humboldt Park Pavilion, Bay View Community Center, and Beulah Brinton Community Center.

ALSO: Post pictures of you and your friends picking up trash to the BVNA Facebook page!


GARLIC MUSTARD PULL
Friday May 10 3:30pm-6:30pm & Saturday May 11 9:30am-3:30pm
Join the Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi at the Motherhouse Grounds (3221 S. Lake Drive) to help pull out the weeds. Snacks will be provided. For more info contact Maureen Conrad: conradmh2@gmail.com or (414)510-0171.

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