Lincoln Central Association is excited to release our 2023 summer and fall events schedule! Please join us for these fun, local neighborhood events!
Summer Socials – June 8, June 21 and August 3
We are happy to bring back our Lincoln Central Association Summer Socials! The weather has been beautiful, so we want to bring everyone together to meet their neighbors, socialize and enjoy our parks!
Our LCA Summer Socials are held in our local parks. The events will be a casual gathering of friends and neighbors to socialize and meet new people. Kids and dogs are welcome. We encourage you to bring the beverage of your choice, as well as snacks or a picnic. The events are free and open to all. Here are the dates and locations for our 2023 Summer Socials:
- June 8: Lincoln Central Park: 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
- June 21: Ella Jenkins Park: 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
- August 3: Ogden Mall: 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Summer Block Party – July 15
Lincoln Central Association is excited to again partner with Carnival Grocery for the Summer Block Party on Saturday, July 15 from noon – 3 p.m. on Dickens Ave. This family friendly block party will offer fun, food and activities for families and adults. For kids, the event will feature a local fire truck, face painting, a balloon artist, games from Lakeshore Sports and Fitness, music and more. Adults can enjoy some complimentary food and drinks from Carnival Foods. The event is free and open to all.
Evening in the Garden – September 17
Evening in the Garden celebrates the close of summer, our garden volunteers and the garden harvest. This garden party is used to honor the heart put into many neighborhood achievements including retiring police officers and especially the volunteers who make our neighborhood parks such special gathering places. The event includes food, wine and beverages from neighborhood restaurants and businesses. The event is free and open to the public.
Howler at Bauler – October 28
Known as “The Haunt of the Neighborhood”, Howler at Bauler is held each year during Halloween weekend in Bauler Park. From the neighborhood firehouse bringing its truck, to the neighborhood fitness center staffing games, to our congressman, alderman and state representatives greeting the crowds, everyone puts their heart into making this a great neighborhood event. Howler at Bauler includes a bouncy house, costume parade, games, candy, a DJ to dance to and more to local neighborhood children and families.