Bye 2015! Get Ready for 2016!

Post date: Apr 1, 2016 9:21:46 PM

(December 3, 2015) Thanks for a great year, and for making our year-end Party for the Park 2015 such a success! Stay tuned for our first meeting of 2016, where you can decide what we do next year!

We wish to thank all of you who attended heartily. Your support of UPAC will lead to an even better event line-up in 2016!

And thank you to all of you and these businesses for sponsoring!

The Fun in 2015

New this year was Lucha Libre, and what a runaway hit it was! Everyone had a blast, the wrestlers and referees (who donated their time), to the hysterical young 'uns around the ring, to our very own 14th district police!

Lucha Libre pictures

To see the complete album, click on the image! Let us know what you thought, and if you have any ideas for future events, come tell us! If Lucha Libre was a perfect event for a perfect summer's day, then the fall belongs to Pumpkinfest! A thousand pumpkins! Face-painting, popcorn, and the drummers leading the prettiest costume parade you ever saw! Sure, we lost some time to rain, but look what happened when it was bright sunshine again!

And there was so much more! Kids building a neighborhood at Art in the Park, and the first rites of spring at Earth Day (yes, back in April), and It's Your Park Day, when we raked and planted and beautified the flower beds!

DJ in the Park with the Revellettes, and movie night with free popcorn (well, everything's free at Unity events)!

So come to the party and celebrate the wonderful year that was, and help the Unity Park Advisory Council bring you another fun-filled family-friendly year in 2016.

Pumpkinfest 2015!

Lucha Libre Pictures!

What a riot it was! Bazooka and Montazuma and the JPW gang yukking it up with you all! On a beautiful summer's day at Unity!

Here are some pictures from our thrill-packed event.

We built a neighborhood at Art in the Park!

So many people showed up, that we ran out of houses!

Here are the pictures.

Photos courtesy Robert Castillo.

Photos courtesy Tracy Kostenbader and Robert Castillo.