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Labor Day Jazz Concert
Monday, September 3, 2018
4:00 to 6:00 PM
Spring Harbor Park
Join us at for a free jazz concert sponsored by the Spring Harbor Neighborhood Association.
The concert will feature blues and jazz vocalist Sally DeBroux, bassist Laurie Lang, and John Becker on piano/percussion. Bring a picnic, and a lawn chair or blanket, and enjoy a beautiful evening of jazz to close out the summer. Download the flier for information about the concert and the musicians.
Check http://www.springharboronline.com/ for updates, as the date gets closer. Rain location: Dale Heights Presbyterian Church on University Avenue at Norman Way.
CITY ALDER NEWS
The Madison city council executive committee has elected Spring Harbor neighborhood resident Keith Furman as their candidate for Alder Clear’s replacement. He was sworn in on August 7th.
More details: https://madison.com/wsj/news/local/govt-and-politics/madison-committee-recommends-former-tech-exec-for-city-council-seat/article_a8d22007-8438-5c17-89a6-846b79b6fffc.html
Spring Harbor Beach News: Use lakesforecast.org for Spring Harbor Beach Info
Under the auspices of the Clean Lakes Alliance, Spring Harbor Beach is monitored by our local volunteer, Nancy Ellison. She is one of more than 46 citizen monitors collecting lake water data at 58 lake sample sites and 25 beaches from May through September. Twice weekly, the following data is collected: air temperature, water temperature, turbidity, wave intensity, waterfowl presence, swimmer presence, surface algal bloom, algal bloom type, floating plant debris and water clarity. The data is immediately uploaded and posts online at: lakeforecast.org. Upload lakeforecast.org. Use the website and app to see a map and current water data all 56 monitoring stations throughout the Yahara Lakes. Check it out!
Thank you Nancy!
NEW PLAYGROUND IN
The Spring Harbor Neighborhood Association (SHNA) boundaries encompass Old Middleton Road and the Wisconsin & Southern Railroad on the south, Lake Mendota on the north, Whitney Way (City of Madison boundary on the east), and Camelot Drive on the west. The Hickory Hollow Condominiums and the University Crossing Apartments are within these boundaries. [The green area on map above represents the general area.]
SHNA Board Meetings
Typically held on the second Tuesday of each month 7:00PM (ends by 9:00PM). All SHNA residents are welcome to attend. Dates/times are subject to change, so please confirm with a Board member if you plan to attend.
Next SHNA Board meeting: No meeting in July
Next meeting: Tuesday, August 14
Dale Heights Church, 5501 University Avenue
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GET INVOLVED IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION!
Attending the Fall and Spring neighborhood meetings is a great way to get involved in the Spring Harbor Neighborhood Association (SHNA). Anyone may attend the neighborhood meeting and you are encouraged to join SHNA. The annual dues are $10.00, which go to support the many activities of the neighborhood association, such as the 4th of July picnic and parade, the Halloween Party, Merrill Spring restoration, Spring Harbor Park invasive plant removal, publication of the neighborhood newsletter, and many other things that make this area a great place to live. See the last page of the newsletter for more information.
This meeting is a great time to find out what’s happening in the neighborhood and meet your neighbors!
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