If you’re new to the neighborhood, Wyoga Palooza is our yearly festival to celebrate our park, our neighbors, our friends and our families with the party of the year. And it’s open to anyone and everyone who shows up at the gate.
The celebration runs from 5PM to 11PM rain or shine on Friday, July 25 at Wyoga Lake Park. Admission is just $5 per person, and kids 5 and under get in free!
What a great way to end the work week! We’ll have lifeguards on duty until 8PM, so grab the family and come down for a swim.
Four great local bands are donating their talents to the cause. On the roster so far are Kristy Lee Burke, The Dave Croft Band, GoodBoogie, and The Josh Huddleston Band. All are great entertainers and looking forward to performing for us.
This year, Guy’s Pizza of Cuyahoga Falls will be catering the event. We’ll be serving up pizza, sausage sandwiches, walking tacos, hot dogs, and our chili-cheese Wyoga Dogs! Soft drinks, canned beers, craft beers on tap, and malt beverages (Mike’s Hard Lemonade, Smirnoff’s coolers, etc.) will be available for sale.
We’ll hold a corn hole tournament along with other games and family activities starting at 5PM, and be sure to stop by our own “Jungle Bill” Whitlock’s reptile exhibit.
Later, we’ll be raffling off several really great baskets (see inset on page 2).
And as the sun starts to go down we’ll top it off with a bonfire on the beach.
It takes a great deal of time and hard work to organize an event of this size. Spread the word and invite friends, relatives, and acquaintances to come on down and enjoy the fun. Since it’s a Friday night, why not grab your co-workers from work and drag them down with you. If past years are any indicator, everyone will have a good time.
We are looking for a face painter and other volunteers to help out with the event, and could use a couple of 10 x 10 canopies. If you can help, please contact Ron Spuhler by phone (330) 256-0751 or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Wyoga Palooza has been instrumental in bridging our funding gap due to reduced membership. With your help, we can bring 300 or more people down to the park for our festival.
So come party into the night with your neighbors, friends, family, and guests. It’s right in your own neighborhood, it’s fun, and it’s for a great cause!
Membership not required!
We look forward to seeing you there!
Please note that due to the event, Wyoga Lake Park will closed to residents at 12 noon on Friday, July 25 for event setup. No outside food or beverages will be permitted.