Social Committee
Loch Alpine Social strives to create a variety of inclusive, family-friendly events throughout the year for all residents to attend. We also work on other ideas and strategies to encourage friendly-competition and camaraderie. 

The major events that happen annually in Loch Alpine Park are:
Spring Fling – includes a Potluck Brunch, Egg Hunt, Games & Crafts.
Neighborhood Yard Sale – $5 Participation Fee. We take care of all advertising for the event, and will create a participation map of the neighborhood. Participation forms will be distributed to mailboxes in May. 

Independence Day Celebration – includes a Children's Bike-Parade, Pizza & Cake, Bounce Houses, Waterslide, Games, Crafts and Fireworks at Dusk from Midway.

Chili Cook-Off/Halloween Event – includes a Potluck in addition to the Chili Competition, Hard Cider Tasting, Games, Crafts, and a Movie, costumes encouraged.

-NEW- Turkey Trot – this unofficial 5K travels around the Loch Alpine Dr loop, and ends in Loch Alpine Park for refreshments. All-Ages, $25 registration fee. 

Pavilion Decorating/Caroling – includes Crafts which can be hung to decorate the pavilion, Cookies & Cocoa, Warming Stations, Festive Photo-Op & Secular Caroling around the neighborhood.

Holiday Lighting Competition – throughout December, photos are entered and Bragging Rights are awarded.
Other activities in Loch Alpine: Play Group and Garden Club
Play Group: Led by Dyanna Posch, meets in Loch Alpine Park Spring – Fall. Contact Dyanna at for more information.

Garden Club: The Loch Alpine Garden Club meets monthly to learn and share information about all aspects of gardening. However, the emphasis is on flower and herb gardening (particularly native wildflowers) and gardening to support pollinator populations. In addition to informational programs, we sponsor occasional field trips and host plant sales. Throughout the spring and summer, garden club members maintain the pollinator garden near the west side of the lake in Loch Alpine Park. The Loch Alpine Garden Club welcomes new members! You do not have to be an experienced gardener to join! If you are interested in visiting one of the upcoming spring programs, please contact Roberta Nerison-Low at or Adrienne Royce to get more info. Current announcements, and photos from past events, can be viewed on our Facebook page listed as “Loch Alpine Garden Club”. Membership to our Facebook page is not restricted.

New Social Members Encouraged: We welcome new energy and ideas to our committee, contact Katie at to join! 
Chair: Katie Roycroft (

Social Committee Notes

Social Committee Documents

Social Committee is currently planning for the Spring Fling Event, April 15th.  If you would like to join the committee please contact

Join us in Loch Alpine Park Saturday, April 15 at 11:00 a.m. for the Spring Fling. Bring a dish to pass for our Brunch Potluck, and a basket or bag for some spring treats and crafts. RSVP to 


Play Group Round-Up:

Play Group is led by Dyanna Posch and meets in Loch Alpine Park Spring – Fall. Contact Dyanna at for more information.



Annual Loch Alpine Garage Sale Form, 2023

2022 Holiday Lighting