The Taylor Park Neighborhood Association annual meeting will be held on:
Thursday, April 27, 2017 at the
First Evangelical Covenant Church (6024 L St. Lincoln, NE, 68510)
- 6:30 p.m. Registration, Membership & Goodies
- 7:00 p.m. General meeting will begin
Come early to visit, eat goodies, and get your new membership. TPNA has some exciting events coming up as well as past celebrations. Attend the meeting to meet your new neighbors and the election of TPNA Board Member replacements.
E-mail comments to your board: firstname.lastname@example.org
The TPNA tree committee and interested neighbors are invited to participate in a meeting with the Northeast District Parks Supervisor, Mike Comstock.
- 5:00pm on Wed., August 10th at the Parkvale entrance of Taylor Park
Topics for discussion include the long grass design, overall maintenance of the park, concerns about Ash borer affects in the park and city, trimming out volunteer trees crowding the growth of planted trees, plans for overgrowth in waterway, and any other questions or concerns that you would like to ask Mr. Comstock about.
Allo Communications, a Lincoln based (Nelnet owned) company that provides high-speed internet via fiber optic connections to your home announced recently that they would begin making their service available to the Taylor Park neighborhood beginning summer 2016.
Previously, Allo & the City of Lincoln had announced that they would roll out service to the entire city of Lincoln neighborhood-by-neighborhood over a three year span between 2016-2019. The recent update was to announce where they would begin, and it just happens to include the Taylor Park area!
Learn more about Allo here. They provide internet, TV, and phone at prices comparable to Time Warner Cable and Windstream, but at speeds of 10-100 times faster.
(This is not an advertisement, just a public service announcement of a new utility company, and a heads-up that you may see Allo employees working in our area soon.)
The award winning Flatwater Shakespeare Company has invited our Taylor Park neighborhood to their live presentation of ‘The Comedy of Errors’ on
Thursday, June 19 at 7:00 PM in Roberts Park
Shakespeare’s greatest and shortest farce is a magical mix of mayhem, mischief and mistaken identity. Two sets of twins, separated almost at birth, collide unexpectedly in the town of Ephesus and pandemonium reigns in this family fun comedy set in the Old West.
Flatwater Shakespeare brings you the play free of charge as part of its Flatwater Free Shakespeare Program. A ten-dollar donation is suggested but we compensate for that with free ice cream donated by Ivanna Cone.
Roberts Part is just a few blocks from us! Bring the whole family, folding chairs or blankets, a pet or two and maybe a picnic.