NEWaukee to Host Ninth Annual Urban Island Beach Party This Friday
Proceeds to support the Friends of Lakeshore State Park
New this year, the Urban Island Beach Party will feature a craft beer garden with locally sourced beer from Eagle Park Brewing Company, Gathering Place Brewing, Milwaukee Brewing Company, MobCraft, Sprecher Brewing Company and Third Space Brewing. Central Standard Craft Distillery punch, MANCAN Wine, Mike’s Hard Lemonade, soda and water will also be available for purchase.
For the second year, guests are invited to light and launch a floating lantern into the Lakeshore State Park inlet at sunset. To participate in the lantern celebration, guests are encouraged to pre-order their lantern online for $20 at www.urbanislandparty.com. Online sales end at midnight on Thursday, August 1. A limited number of lanterns will be available for purchase on-site. The Urban Island Beach Party is free and open to the public for attendees and lantern spectators.
Attendees can watch live performances from Unity the Band, Ocean Rush, Kojo, DJ Ronco and the Hale O Malo Dancers throughout the evening. Other activities include kayaking led by Milwaukee Kayak Company, rock climbing with Adventure Rock, face painting and yard games.
Proceeds from the Urban Island Beach Party benefit the Friends of Lakeshore State Park’s Sustain and Maintain campaign, which helps to preserve the urban oasis and provide educational opportunities for the community. Visit www.friendslsp.org to make a donation.
For more information about the event, visit: www.urbanislandparty.com.
NEWaukee is a social architecture agency that designs memorable in-person experiences that create a sense of belonging inside the communities and companies they work with. Visit www.newaukee.com to learn more.
The Friends of Lakeshore State Park is an organization dedicated to promoting and supporting Lakeshore State Park for the entire community to enjoy. The park provides a unique urban oasis with recreational opportunities and amenities for all to enjoy. The 17-acre park includes a lakeside trail that connects to the Hank Aaron and Oak Leaf state trails. A 130-foot bridge connects the north end of the park to the Summerfest grounds and an extension of the land near the Marcus Amphitheater connects the south end. Visit www.friendslsp.org to learn more.
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