Carnival Photos

Our neighborhood kids had a blast at the annual MPNO carnival! Thanks to everyone who donated and volunteered their time to make this event a success.

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The Carnival is Coming! Friday, July 17

carnivalOur Moores Park Kids Carnival is next Friday, July 17 from 6-8 p.m. We’ll have activities for families including a bounce house, a face painter, REACH art activities, and a cake walk. There will also be popcorn, cotton candy, hot dogs, soda, and water for sale. This is going to be another great summer event.

We’re looking for donations and volunteers if you can help too! Please fill out our Sign-Up form if you can set-up, take down, serve food,  or take tickets. If you’d like to give a monetary donation or can donate any of the following items: condiments (ketchup, mustard, relish), plastic or paper plates, napkins, plastic spoons, hot dog buns, watermelon, cookies, or cake please email We try to keep this annual event a low-cost way for families to come out and enjoy the park.

Rescheduled for June 24: Park Visioning #3: The Pool!

pool_name_platePark Visioning Series #3: Meet in the Moores Park Pavilion on Wednesday, June 24 at 6:30pm. (Due to severe weather, we’re going to reschedule the Moores Park Visioning meeting for Wednesday). We’ll start meet at the pavilion, same as before.We’ll cover the rest of the park including the Moores Park Pool!  This will help create a ‘wish list’ for a new Master Plan and talk about the future of the Pool. Come out and support you’re neighborhood assets!


Park Visioning Series #2 – June 15

Park Visioning Series #2: Meet in the Moores Park Pavilion at 6:30pm. We’ll cover the middle section of the park, walk it and assess its conditions. This is to create a ‘wish list’ for a new Master Plan. The first session was great – we covered the west end of the park and came up with lots of great ideas for improving the pavilion and fishing areas as well as where some basic maintenance needs to happen.