This year’s edition is going to be terrific!
Our dance caller will again be Barry Rubin, with echoes of the Ozarks music by the Bum Ditty Barn Dance Band.
Music for young, old and to listen, tap your feet, reel and promenade! Join us at 6:00 pm at the University Church in West Lafayette (320 North Street)
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We can always use set up help (putting up tables, etc.) at 5 pm or as soon as you can get there after 5. Please add a comment on the eVite if you can help us set up.
If you have questions or comments, please let us know.
Had a great time at the Soup ‘n Dance 2014! Here are a couple of ani-gifs that capture a moment.
Our very own Carl Griffin mopping the floor after the festivities. Thanks to all that stayed after to help clean-up.
We hope everyone is faring well in the storm. If you need assistance, please contact a neighbor and/or appropriate emergency personnel.
Faith West Community Center, 1920 Northwestern Ave., West Lafayette, is a warming shelter. Anyone wishing to use the shelter should call the West Lafayette Police Department at (765) 775-5200 and they will arrange transportation.
More information about emergency shelters and helpful numbers on the Journal and Courier web site.
Some other helpful links:
December 3rd–The City of West Lafayette, Purdue University, Purdue Research Park and urban planning firm MKSK welcome the public to these initial forums regarding the State Street Master Plan.
This is a wonderful opportunity to chat with those involved in the project, voice your opinions, and see the direction and progress of the plan so far.
The Open House will be held on December 3rd, 2013. There are two sessions:
- 11:30 – 4:00PM at Stewart Center, Room 202
- 5:30 – 7:30PM at the West Lafayette Public Library in the Elm & Walnut Room
In the meantime, the related Public Survey 1 closes on November 1st, 2013. Another survey will follow that date. Both surveys and project updates can be found online at the plan’s Facebook page.
You can read the full press release here.
Previous coverage in the community: WLFI, WBAA, Journal and Courier, Think Lafayette
Join the neighborhood and community for a tree planting at the West Lafayette Public Library.
Tuesday, November 12 at 11:00 a.m.
The City of West Lafayette and the WLPL will plant a tree in honor of Helen Lillich, founder of the WL Tree Fund. Come join us at the patio area on Northwestern Avenue, near the Library’s west entrance and amphitheater.
Parents are encouraged to bring their children. Snacks will be provided.
A little more information about the event, from the press release provided by the city:
A Founder’s Day tree planting ceremony, in memory of West Lafayette Tree Fund founding member Helen Lillich, will take place Tuesday, November 12, 2013, at 11 AM in the West Lafayette Public Library’s outdoor amphitheater area. (The ceremony will be inside the library if the weather is inclement.) The public is invited to attend. A short children’s story time, led by a West Lafayette Public Library Librarian, will follow the ceremony.
Helen Lillich formed the West Lafayette Tree Fund almost 30 years ago. She was responsible for the planting of approximately 5000 trees, lobbying for the passage of a city ordinance requiring street trees, and the beautification of Sagamore Parkway. She passed away in 2010.
Brief remarks will be made by Lynn Layden, Chair of the West Lafayette Tree Fund, and Mayor John Dennis.
The West Lafayette Tree Fund thanks GardenArt for donating the ‘Allee’ Elm tree and for providing planting services and the West Lafayette Public Library and its staff.