NAC Events 2019

The Wauwatosa Neighborhood Association Council holds events throughout the year to provide opportunities for neighbors to make connections and friends. Join in the fun!

Tosa's All-City Read

“One City. One Book. Lots of ways to get neighbors together.” is the slogan for Tosa’s All-City Read, which is a giant book club for the whole city. Our goal is to have everybody in our community read the same book at the same time and come together in February to discuss it in small neighborhood book clubs and at public meetings and special events all over town.

Next year’s book will be Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel, who will be visiting Tosa on Sunday, February 24. Get all the details on our website and on Facebook (@TosasAllCityRead).

Next events: February 2019

The All-Tosa Cribbage Tournament

Each November, teams representing all Tosa neighborhood associations are invited to compete in an all-city tournament playing this popular card and board game. The evening includes shared refreshments, friendly competition and a grand traveling trophy for the lucky winners. Congratulations to the 2018 tournament champions from the Friends of Quarry Heights neighborhood.  Email for more information about the tournament.  For details on the event, follow The All-Tosa Cribbage Tournament on Facebook.

Next tournament: November 2019


The NAC holds meetings throughout the year to present important information of interest to neighborhood association leaders and to allow them to share their successes and challenges. If you’d like to be added to our meeting email list, click here.

Tosa’s All-City Read Author Event

Join the All-City Read for a Conversation with Emily St. John Mandel on Sunday, February 24, 2019. Watch this space and follow Tosa’s All-City Read on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for details as they become available.

Emily St. John Mandel was born in British Columbia, Canada. She is the author of four novels: Station Eleven, The Lola Quartet, Last Night in Montreal and The Singer’s Gun, which was the 2014 winner of the Prix Mystere de la Critique in France. Her short fiction and essays have been anthologized in numerous collections, including Best American Mystery Stories 2013. She is a staff writer for The Millions and lives in New York City with her husband and daughter.

Visit her website at