The October Newsletter is here! It's full of all the wonderful things such as our event calendar, a wealth of information on short-term rentals and the rules for them, and the history of Sylvia Street.
We're entering into the fourth month in our membership year (we run on a fiscal calendar - July to June). Don't forget to renew your membership today! Find more information on our Membership page.
The 2019 #1 Citizen Dinner is just around the corner (November 14th)! If you know of someone who is a vital member of the Schnitzelburg community and deserves some recognition, nominate them today!
Also, tomorrow night, Saturday, October 5th is our 6th Annual Movie Night!
Bring your friendly little ghosts to Dairy Del on Saturday, October 5th to watch a movie under the stars.
We will have a bouncy house (4-7:30) and candy for the kids. Dairy Del will even be creating a special sweet treat for one night only!
The event will start at 7 and the movie will start at 8.
Will there be seating?
There will be 10 picnic tables available on a first come, first serve basis. We encourage you to bring chairs and blankets so you can be sure to have a seat.
Wasn't it cold last year?
It was quite chilly and that's why we moved movie night to an earlier weekend in October. We're hoping for warmer weather, but not too warm so that you can't cuddle up under a blanket with your sweeties.
Will food and drink be available?
Yes. Dairy Del will have food and drink available for purchase.
What is Casper about and what is it rated?
Casper came out in 1995 and is rated PG. Casper is the story about a paranormal expert and his daughter who bunk in an abandoned house populated by three mischievous ghosts and one friendly one.
Are dogs allowed?
Dogs are allowed, but just make sure that they are friendly and quiet. You may want to leave them at home so they aren't a distraction. : )
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