Euclid / St. Paul's
Neighborhood Association

  

Don't miss the 11th annual Euclid St. Paul Neighborhood's Haunted Hike which will take place on Saturday, October 18 right here in our very own ESPNA neighborhood. The Haunted Hike (HH) is a spooktacular neighborhood event that is both historic and hysterical. The one-mile hike winds its way down the brick, tree-lined streets and dark creepy alleys of our neighborhood where you will encounter 5 featured story tellers and six spooky side shows.

The corner of 13th Ave N. and 13th St. N. is the beating heart of the HH. There you can find face painters, fortune tellers, and home-baked goodies and baddies. Our emcee Raoul Simon will keep everyone informed about the guided tours that will leave every 15 minutes from HH Central between 6:30-8:30 PM.

While on your HH tour you will hear scary and funny stories told by the likes of the Saucy Chef Evil Lagasse, the Spooky Sanitarium keeper, Dr. Dracula the Dentist, the Keeper of the ESPNA Cemetery, and learn the dark truth about the real history of our neighborhood. There will also be six side shows that may pop up anywhere on the HH route with characters like the Scarecrow and Witch from the Wizard of Oz.

The HH is the perfect Halloween event for families with children, teens, and adults and it is best enjoyed in Halloween costumes of all kinds and in the company of your family and friends. Advance-purchase tickets can be bought at The Dairy Inn (1201 MLK) for $6 Adults/ $2 Children. Tickets may also be purchased the night of the HH at the HH Central (13th & 13th) for $7 Adults/ $3 Children.

It's also not too late to become a part of the show by volunteering to be a tour guide, help with the bake sale, or assist with the set up or take down. To volunteer you may text Graham White at 776-9249 or Connie Rhodes at 895-0380.
Events
   
October 2 - General Meeting & Pie Contest
  Tomorrow at 6 pm we will be opening the doors for Haunted Hike meeting.  Anyone volunteering or wanting to volunteer is asked to attend. We are just over 2 weeks away from fun and costumes and need to get any loose strings tied down.
  At 7 pm, after the HH meeting we will move right into our General Meeting and annual Pie Contest. Please make a pie or buy a pie, just bring your favorite pie. If you canít bring a pie do come and be a judge. We will be voting for Best Homemade Pie and best Pie overall.
  We will also be having several nominated charities talking about what they do and how they need our help.  All this so we can make a more informed vote in December for the 2015 Jug Charity.
  Note for those who are in skits and sideshows:  On Wed. Oct 8th at 6:30pm we will be doing a Tech. walk thru to see what your needs for lighting and props will be.  If you canít be there please make sure you have someone that knows what your needs will be proxy for you.
   
October 18 - Haunted Hike
  Save the Date!  Storytellers, sideshows, tourguides, "Ghouly-Goodies Bake Sale" at Party Central (13th & 13th), and much more.
   
December 4 - General Meeting & Holiday Party
  Holiday Party and Elections.  St. Paulís cafeteria - Doors open 6:30 p.m. for hospitality and a chance to visit.  Meeting starts at 7:00 pm. 
   
General Meetings
  General meetings are held every other month starting in February. All meetings are held in St Paulís School cafeteria, unless otherwise announced, with doors opening at 6:30pm for hospitality and a chance to visit, meeting starts at 7pm.
 
Meeting Events Schedule:
  February Chili Cook-off
  April Speaker
  June Speaker
  August Ice Cream Social
  October Pie Contest
  December Elections / Holiday Party
Porch Parties!
  Always the 3rd Friday of the month - itís a great way to get to know your neighbors and share your hospitality all at the same time. If youíd like to host a Porch Party, contact Crystal Sterker at porchparties@espna.org .
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ANNUAL SPECIAL EVENTS:
  Neighborhood Garage Sale - Saturday following April meeting, sales at voluntarily participating homes throughout Euclid/St. Paulís. Neighborhood Cook-out follows later the same day, location TBD.
Haunted Hike - Mid October
Holiday Potluck Dinner and E/SPNA Elections -
December monthly meeting.
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