Photos from this year’s 2011 TPNA 5k and Taste of Tilles have been posted on Picasa. Thanks again to all who volunteered and all those who came out and participated!
On June 4, 2011, Tilles Park Neighborhood Association (TPNA), will host its bi-annual fundraiser, the Taste of Tilles, which takes place in Tilles Park after the TPNA 5k! There will be many fun activities taking place from 10:30am-4pm. Many local restaurants will bring samples of their food for you to purchase. These restaurants include: Bruno’s, Chris’ Pancake and Dining, El Paisano, Biggie’s, Trattoria Marcella, Pietro’s, Bellacino’s, LoRusso’s Cucina, Stellina Pasta Café, Kreative Kakes, and many more!
Besides these popular restaurants, there will be much more to do at the park. There will be live music throughout the day, children’s activities, and even a washer’s tournament! To enter the washer’s tournament, it is $20 per team, and you can sign up by emailing the coordinator. Don’t have a teammate? Don’t worry! You can enter by yourself, and we will place you with someone on the day of the tournament.
For more information on, or to participate in the TPNA 5k, please fill out the entry form on our website.
- 3200 Voerster
- 3400 Macklind
- 3400 Regal
- 3900 January
- 5400 Potomac
- 5400 Tholozan
- 5500 Arthur
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- 5600 Oleatha
- 5600 Pernod
- 5700 Oletha
- 5700 Tholozan
- 5800 Oleatha
- 6200 Potomac
- 6300 Fyler
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You and your little ones are welcome to join the Tilles Park Neighborhood Playgroup for fun and family time! We try to plan about one event per month; usually on weekends.
On May 22nd from 11-2:00, we will meet at the Tilles Park Pavilion for a Meet-n-Greet Picnic! Bring your own food/drink and toys to share. You may want to bring a blanket or chairs as well.
The Annual Easter Egg Hunt will be held at Tilles Park on Saturday, April 23rd at 10:00 am.
Come join the Easter Bunny and hunt for candy-filled eggs. All neighborhood children and grandchildren are invited along with their families. The fun will be separated into age groups (0-3, 4-6, and 7+). Bring your camera for pictures with the Bunny. We hope to see you there!
The St. Louis Board of Alderman have approved a plan by the local non-profit City Hockey to replace the current roller rink in Tilles Park with a new facility featuring synthetic ice. According to the City Hockey website, they aim:
… to tear down the barriers that keep city children from the sport and bring new players to the game. Thereby, instilling in participants the values of teamwork, dedication, tenacity and self-respectthat are so necessary to be successful in both hockey and life.
City Hockey intends to supply several kids with all the equipment necessary for playing hockey; they will also be supplying the capital necessary to construct the new facility at the park. The group is accepting applications for their inaugural season.