Neighborhood families gathered for a evening of trick-or-treating, pizza, face painting, and early Halloween fun!
The rain didn't stop neighbors from gathering for beer, bratwurst, and an enjoyable evening at this year's Oktoberfest
Luck was a Lady in West Floral Park for our Progressive Dinner and Casino Night!
Fire Truck Rides! Free Ice Cream! This year's 4th of July Parade was one for the books!
B, I, N, G, O, and fun was her name-o! Residents had a blast at our second annual Flamingo Bingo event in June
Our first social event of the year was a huge hit! We sampled delicious wines and spent the evening enjoying one of the most beautiful backyards in the neighborhood.
The Easter Bunny made an appearance in April. We also had
a egg hunt, Easter craft, and
cotton candy to boot!
A first-time event, kids had a blast decorating a St. Patrick's Day themed craft while parents enjoyed coffee.
A little rain didn't keep us from celebrating. Neighbors gathered to look at holiday lights while enjoying a free churro and hot cocoa or coffee.
After two years, we finally were able to gather for our yearly holiday party. We had carolers, string players, delicious food, and of course each others good company.
Our first official social event post-pandemic was a blast. We gathered at Jack Fisher Park for good BBQ and fellowship.
After many months, we were once again able to safely gather with new neighbors. It was wonderful to meet so many new families that now call West Floral Park their home
Neighbors once again gathered for coffee and sweets at Hidden House Roasters in Downtown Santa Ana.
After a long hiatus our ever-popular garden swap event returned this year. Neighbors gathered to swap garden bounty and enjoy each other's good company!
Our 4th of July parade was back this year! Neighbors of all ages (and even some 4-legged friends) paraded through the streets of WFP.
On April 24th our neighbors once again cleaned out garages and kicked off their spring cleaning with our annual dumpster day.
This year we combined an old WFP tradition of a lighting contest and integrated it with our new tradition of a visit from the Kringles.
Since we could not hold our annual 4th of July parade this year, Donna and Allen Layne hosted a socially distanced concert on their front lawn this year for all to enjoy.
Delayed by COVID-19, our annual neighborhood cleanup day was still a success thanks to our three homes that hosted city dumpsters.
Our final event for 2019! Neighbors stopped by Westwood Avenue to visit Mr. & Mrs. Claus. We even has some four-legged friends visit Santa.
Our annual Christmas party is always a great event. In addition to the fantastic party, we donate to the Adopt-A-Family program.
Grab a bratwurst and throw back a beer (or two), Oktoberfest is always a favorite in the neighborhood!
This year's theme was "Jazz on the Green." We enjoyed music from a local jazz trio and had a blast!
Always a favorite, Progressive Dinner is held at two different homes in the neighborhood. This year, the food was potluck and everyone had a blast!
A crowd of kids on bikes, adults on golf carts, and dogs on leashes, paraded through the streets of WFP led by Allen Layne's patriotic truck.
A brand new event for 2019! Neighbors gathered to play ten exciting rounds of bingo after enjoying a delicious potluck meal.
For the seasoned residents of our neighborhood, the Garden Tea Party is always a lovely way to spend an afternoon and catch up with friends.
Neighbors gathered for coffee at Hidden House. The association provided the coffee, the neighbors provided the good company!
Our quarterly Garden Swap events have become a favorite among the neighborhood.
In an effort to maintain the beauty of our neighborhood, Dumpster Day is always a great time to de-clutter and de-junk our homes.
Our kickoff event of 2019, Wine Night is always a favorite. This year our wine tasting was accompanied by delicious Mediterranean food.