Schedule of Meetings and Events
Monthly Bizness Meetings:
Usually the 3rd Sunday of the month
APRIL BIZNESS MEETING
Sunday, April 24 at 5:00
Tradewinds and The Galley
3147 Northview Dr
Elkhart, IN 46514
MAY BIZNESS MEETING
Sunday, May 15 at 5:00
Tradewinds and The Galley
3147 Northview Dr
Elkhart, IN 46514
Public is welcome.
Come see what the Parrot Heads are up to in the coming months.
Strictly social gatherings – no working during drinking hours
MAY PHLOCKTAIL HOUR
Thursday, May 5
Time 6:30 until ??
Salsa's Mexican Grill
4160 Grape Rd
Mishawaka, IN 46545
Come join us for our May Phlocktail Hour and also help us celebrate Cinco de Mayo. Hang with the parrot heads.
Please email us at email@example.com if you plan to attend so we can try to save enough seats.
OTHER UPCOMING EVENTS
STAMP OUT HUNGER FOOD DRIVE
May 14, 2022
Our club will be volunteering to help assist in different areas during the Postal Service's annual food drive. Shifts RE 9:00 AM TO 12:30 PM OR 12:30 TO 4:00 PM. Contact Mike Johnson for more details and to let him know you would like to volunteer.
SUNBURST RACES WATER STOP
June 4, 2022
We will once again be running a water station during the Sunburst Races in South Bend. More details will be coming as the time gets closer. The only thing we do know is that we will have to be there at an ungodly hour of the morning.
If you would like to participate in the water station you must register on the Sunburst website.
Here are the instructions to register to help:
1.) Follow this link and find the listing Parrot Heads – Aid Station
2.) Select Volunteer
3.) When prompted in the volunteer registration process, input the team code PH
4). If you volunteered in the past and set up an account, you can login using your credentials and password. If this is your first time volunteering, go ahead and set yourself up as a new User.
TIKI NIGHT AT SOUTH BEND CUBS
July 9, 2022
Time 7:05 pm
We will be Tiki'ing at the baseball stadium. Get your tikitickets and meet us at the secret rendezvous point. We will fill you in on additional details as the time gets nearer. The secret password will be "Mayo". More details to follow.
URBAN ADVENTURE CHALLENGE STOP
July 30, 2022
We will once again be running a challenge stop for the Urban Adventure. More details to follow.
LAKE WAWA WHAT DID I JUST SEE BUFFET BOAT CRUISE
The USS Lilypad leaving from The Frog
August 13, 2022
These cruises are legendary. Limited availability so if you want to go email Mindy ASAP. Tickets are $30 per person and money must be to Mindy by April 15. Cheeseburger lunch is included. We usually meet beforehand at Louie's across the street for snacks and chicken livers. Mindy has 6 tickets left and will be turning them back in on Friday, April 29. Get going and contact Mindy if you want one of the magic tickets.
WATCH THIS SPACE FOR MORE UPCOMING EVENTS!
Barefoot Children in the Sand Parrot Head Fundraiser Weekend
January 21-23, 2022
Holiday Inn - Mishawaka
Benefits A Rosie Place for Children
Marie Yeager Cancer Center
Pirates, Guitars and Beachfront Bars
Two Dudes in Flip Flops
Check the Barefoot Children website for more details!
About the Club
Parrot Heads In Michiana (PHiM) is a local club comprised of people who have joined together for great causes. In addition to being a social club, the Parrot Heads phlock together to perform charitable actions, donate their time and raise money or supplies for local non-profit organizations. This local group is part of the national organization known as Parrot Heads in Paradise.
The first Parrot Head Club was formed in 1989 in Atlanta. Since that time, the organization has grown to almost 200 clubs worldwide. Members come from a variety of backgrounds, but they all share a number of interests in common. They all are attracted to Jimmy Buffett's music and the laid-back, tropical lifestyle he embodies. More importantly, they have a strong desire to give something back to the community in which they live.
The local chapter, Parrot Heads in Michiana, began in October of 2004, and has continued to grow. In their seventeen years in existence, PHiM has contributed more than 8,000 hours and $200,000 to local charities. Currently, the club has approximately 75 members and is always looking for more. If you have an interest in meeting other fun-loving people, Jimmy Buffett, tropical rock music, helping your community, and having a phun time, then this is the group for you. Click on the "Join Us" tab to learn how to become a member.
The club holds meetings and social gatherings on a regular basis. Feel free to drop in on a meeting and check out what we do. Meet with the group on the 3rd Sunday of every month (check Home Page for exact time and location). The club also holds a social hour each month at different bars and restaurants in the area. Check the "Meetings and Events" page fordetails.
STATE OF THE PHLOCK 2021
PARROT HEADS HAVE SURPASSED THE 60 MILLION DOLLAR MARKFOR CHARITY!
2021 was yet another difficult year for many clubs, somuch so that eight clubs ended up dissolving. However,with that said, our membership did increase slightly to justover 20,000. We currently have 195 active clubs.Many clubs were able toreturn to their “Party with aPurpose” mission. As Bob Noonanannounced, “Parrot Headsworldwide raised just under$170,000 for the Alzheimer’sAssociation.” That is almost 170%over our goal! The Alzheimer’sAssociation was not the only charity that benefited from thehard work and generosity of the Parrot Head Nation. Inaddition to the $168,908 raised for the Alzheimer’sAssociation, $1,876,776 was raised for all the othercharities combined. Yes, that is over 1.8 MILLION dollars!Parrot Heads not only raised money but volunteered theirtime combining for a total of 112,078 volunteer hours!That brings the 20 year cumulative total to 60.25MILLION DOLLARS raised for charity and 4.62 millionhours of volunteer service!
CONGRATULATIONS TO THEPARROT HEAD NATION FOR SUPRASSING 60 MILLIONDOLLARS FOR CHARITY!
Each of you should be proud of the positive impactyou’ve made in your communities, not just over the pastyear, for many of you have been contributing what may beconsidered a “lifetime” of service which has now resulted inover sixty million dollars being distributed to your local andnational charities.Although we did see a higher than expected numberof clubs dissolve over the past year, we have receivedseveral requests for information to start new clubs in newareas. This gives me hope that we’ve turned the corner andwill see a healthy increase in 2022