|Weekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browserMay 28, 2021 |
This weekend’s weather forecast might suggest otherwise, but with Memorial Day upon us, it’s the official start to summer. We are looking forward to a safe and fun season in our community and across the city, with block parties returning in July. If you are eligible and haven’t received your vaccine yet, I strongly encourage you to take this important step to protect yourself and your neighbors. My office can help you find an appointment if you’re having trouble. Check out our vaccine resources on our website or zocdoc.com/vaccine.
Chicago’s beaches open today, something that many neighbors, my team included, really missed last summer. Click here to read the Mayor’s announcement about beaches opening. Additionally, the Chicago Park District is hosting a series of community water safety courses at Foster, Hollywood, and other beaches in the city. Click here for the schedule. This is a great opportunity for Chicagoans of all ages to get refreshed on beach safety.
This week Mayor Lightfoot introduced an ordinance that rests final power in her hands when it comes to oversight of the Chicago Police Department. This is not what Chicagoans want, as community groups and leaders from across the city have been working for years to create a civilian oversight board for the Chicago Police Department. My colleagues and I, along with the GAPA and CPAC coalitions, are working to get the Empowering Communities for Public Safety (ECPS) ordinance passed. I was a leading sponsor on the GAPA ordinance, and am a leading sponsor on the ECPS ordinance. I will keep you posted on our progress as this ordinance moves forward. Click here to view the ECPS ordinance.
As we end Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month, my office is supporting tomorrow’s Argyle Activation Walk, coordinated by Haibayo and Qideas. This is a day to come out and show support for the Asia on Argyle business district, and to celebrate the our neighbors, community leaders, and business owners from the AAPI community who make the Argyle area an immersive cultural hub. Tomorrow will feature pop-up activations along Argyle St and in Argyle businesses, including cultural performances, DJ sets, vendors, and even some classic cars lined up at Rocket Tattoo. Click here for full details, and plan to stop by sometime between noon and 9pm.
This week Nat Wilburn retired after 17 years as Head of Schools for Sacred Heart Schools. I want to thank Nat for all his work to ensure students at Sacred heart have received a great education. Under Nat’s leadership, Sacred Heart has done a lot to support the greater Edgewater community, including being an active participant in the Edgewater 5K and opening the school’s doors to youth from other schools with the Edgewater Youth United program. Please join me in wishing Nat the best on his next chapter.
If you’re looking for something different to do tonight, Senn Arts students invite the community out to the Senn Lawn, 5900 N. Glenwood, at 5:30pm for their Word on the Street event. Bring a blanket or chair and fully charged phone and headphones for the full experience! Click here for details.
The 48th Ward office will be closed on Monday, May 31, in observation of Memorial Day. Let’s all find some time this weekend to reflect on those we have lost while serving in the United States military. Garbage and recycling pick-up schedules may be impacted by the holiday, as crews will not be out on Monday. Please make sure your bins are accessible all week.
Have a peaceful weekend.
Alderman, 48th WardSenn High School End of Year Celebrations
Senn HS Prom – Sat. June 5, 2021
On the front campus lawn
5:00pm – 10:00pm (music from 6pm – 9pm)
“No Parking” restrictions have been requested for the west side of Glenwood, from Ardmore to Thorndale, from 12:00pm – 10:00pm
Due to set up requirements, Senn has requested that the front of the school’s campus be closed to the public and the dog walkers from 9:00am – 10:00pm.
Senn HS Graduation – Friday, June 11, 2021
On the front campus lawn
The graduation begins at 10:00am
“No Parking” restrictions have been requested for both sides of Glenwood, from Ardmore to Thorndale, from 8:00am – 5:00pm
Do to set up requirements, Senn has requested that the front of the school’s campus be closed to the public and the dog walkers from 8:00am – 5:00pmEmergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP)
Tenants and landlords can apply to the Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) at Chicago.gov/RentHelp. The window to apply will close 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, June 8, 2021. Click here for the program FAQ’s.
ERAP provides grants of up to 12 months of unpaid rent and three months of future rent for eligible tenants and landlords. To be eligible, tenants must: live in Chicago; have suffered a hardship due to COVID-19, such as job loss, reduced hours, or illness within the household; be at risk of housing instability; and have earned less than the maximum household income listed on this website during 2020 or at the time of application (for example, the income limit for a family of four is $74,550).
Landlords can apply for assistance on behalf of a tenant. Landlords may also register their properties using the online application and be notified if a tenant has started the application process for rental assistance.
The Department of Housing is working with community organizations and has set up a call center to assist applicants. If you or someone you know needs assistance applying, you can contact our office and we will connect you to those assisting.ComEd Financial Assistance
As a community, working together to move beyond the impact of COVID-19 is important. ComEd knows that some customers still need help paying their electric bills. Additional assistance options are available. Learn more at ComEd.com/PaymentAssistance.
Additional Federal & State Assistance is now available to help eligible customers pay past-due energy bills through the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). Deadline to apply is May 31, 2021. Visit HelpIllinoisFamilies.com.Care for Real wants to hear from you!
Care for Real has provided food, clothing, pet pantry, and other services. This year we are celebrating 50 years of caring and service to our community.
In order to help us plan for the future, we have begun a strategic planning process. The first step in this is a survey. We aspire to bring the broadest range of voices and perspectives into our process and this is one of the ways we are doing that. We love to hear from you as well! Your responses are anonymous will be kept in the strictest of confidence to aid us in our planning.
Please follow this link to the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/95LNJJ2HANDS ACROSS CHICAGO 2021 – Memorial Day Weekend / May 28-30
Standing together in united prayer and action for peace in Chicago
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Communities United in Prayer
Friday, May 28 / 7:00 – 8:00pm
5000 N. Winthrop – Elder Joe Cali
2714 W. Foster – Rev. Adria Willett-Leonardo
Please join our community for an hour of city-wide prayer at either location
Business Districts United in Prayer Walks
Saturday, May 29 / 12:00 – 2:00pm
Gathering at 5457 N. Clark – Philadelphia Church
Parking available in St. Gregory lot at Ashland/Catalpa
Faith-in-Action Prayer Service
Sunday, May 30 / 10:30am
Hosted by Berry United Methodist Church
Winnemac Park – 2115 W. Foster (east of the stadium)
Please bring lawn chair or blanketChicago Park District Water Safety Training
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Join us for a free safety orientation to your Chicago Lakefront! Learn how to keep yourself and others safe at the beach, recognize a swimmer in distress, and respond in an emergency.
Regular Season Trainings – Memorial Day Weekend to June 25th
Osterman Beach, 5800 N. Lakeshore Dr.Mondays at 6:00 pmSunday, June 6th @ 1:00 pmSaturday, June 12th @ 11:15 amFoster Beach, 5200 N. Lakeshore Dr.Tuesdays @ 6:00 pmSaturday, June 5th @ 11:15 amSunday, June 20th @ 11:15 amSenn Arts Exhibit at Edgewater Beach Apartments
The Edgewater Beach Apartments Corporation (EBAC) presents a public art exhibit featuring a collaborative photography and poetry project created by first year visual art students in the Senn Arts program at Senn High School in partnership with the Chicago Public Art Group (CPAG). The exhibit “You are the year that has gone by. You are the change” opens on May 22 and features artwork that documents the people, objects and spaces that have been part of daily life for the Senn students during the pandemic year. Through poem and photographic collage printed on fabric panels, the exhibit speaks to their experiences of what has given them comfort, and what has been lost and found throughout this year, and what gives them hope for the future.
An Open House to meet the artists is planned for Saturday, June 5th from 1:00-3:00 pm. The exhibit is one of ten Chicago Public Art Croup Community Windows projects taking place across Chicago with CPAG artists creating public artworks throughout the city in response to current issues and themes relevant to our times. Lead artists for the exhibit include Miriam Dolnick, art teacher at Senn Arts and Chicago Public Art Group artist, Cynthia Weiss, with additional project consultation from Krista Wortendyke, Arts Coordinator, Senn Arts. Farmers Markets in our Community
Edgewater Farmers Market
Mondays, 3-7pm, Throughout the month of June
Broadway Armory Parking Lot, 5917 N. Broadway
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Andersonville Farmers Market
Wednesdays, 3-7pm, through Oct. 20
Catalpa, between Ashland and Clark
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Uptown Farmers Market
Wednesdays 2:30-7pm, through November
Wilson & Broadway
Click here for detailsCOVID-19 Vaccine Updates Chicago is now in Phase 2 of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout. Click here for more information on phases.
Visit 48thward.org/coronavirus for information on where to get a vaccine appointment in our community.If you or a loved one are having trouble accessing an appointment online for a COVID-19 vaccine, my office is working with volunteers who can assist in this process. Please call our 48th Ward COVID Line at 224-698-7507 or email email@example.com and leave the name, phone number, and address of the person in need of assistance. We will have a volunteer follow up to see how they can assist. Please note, emailing/calling does not guarantee a vaccine appointment, but we will do all we can to help make this process easier for you or your loved one. Illinois Conservation Police Hiring
Click here for more informationIDNR seeking qualified applicants for the position of Conservation Police Officer.
Offering competitive pay and benefits, including affordable, employer-sponsored health care, dental, and vision. Employer-furnished equipment, take-home patrol vehicle, flexible scheduling, and much more.
Application may be found at: https://www2.illinois.gov/sites/work/Documents/pdfs/app_cms100.pdf
Applications must be signed and post marked/digitally submitted by May 31, 2021.Chicago Police Department Hiring
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Click here for job postingThe City of Chicago is currently seeking qualified Police Officer candidates for the Chicago Police Department’s (CPD) upcoming 2021/2022 academy classes. Chicago has the second-largest Police Department in the nation, with over 12,000 officers dedicated to protecting the lives, property, and rights of all people. We accomplish this through professionalism, innovation, and a progressive approach to community relational policing. Officers receive a competitive starting salary of $48,078 that increases to $72,510 annually after just 18 months. Benefits include regularly scheduled salary increases, city-subsidized medical and dental insurance, holidays, tuition reimbursement, and retirement savings and pension plans.Officers have lateral and promotional opportunities in numerous divisions within the department in the areas of investigations, technology, forensics, community relations, youth investigations, bomb, SWAT, Marine and Helicopter, and many more. Regardless of the assignment, you will work in an environment that fosters leadership, teamwork, and service to the community. You will have the freedom to shape your career as well as the camaraderie of being part of a world class team of law enforcement professionals. CPD is a Department that prides itself on professionalism, community-oriented policing, technology, and intelligence-led crime reduction efforts. You will have access to continuous opportunities for training and advancement throughout your career. No prior law enforcement experience is required to join. Upon employment, you will attend our 6-month paid police academy which will prepare you for a challenging and rewarding career.Supplies Drive – LakeShore Schools
LakeShore Schools is asking our community to offer a helping hand to the families within our organization by donating clothes in various sizes, diapers, pull ups, and wipes, non-perishable food items, personal care items such as toothpaste and brushes, paper goods such as toilet paper and paper towels, or other basic essentials. We are accepting all donations at our Rogers Park Campus (6759 N. Greenview) or our Andersonville Campus (6511 N. Clark) from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm daily. We are grateful to Andersonville for past donations!
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about the supply drive.Reminder—Applications Close May 31 for We Will Chicago Volunteers & Community PartnersThe We Will planning team is seeking individuals and organizations to develop the major themes, issues, and policy ideas within the citywide plan. We are seeking citywide applicants for: Research Team members will meet monthly to help research and develop reports and policies for one of We Will’s seven planning pillars: Arts & Culture; Economic Development; Environment, Climate & Energy; Housing & Neighborhoods; Lifelong Learning; Public Health & Safety; and Transportation & Infrastructure. Learn more about the Plan Pillars: https://wewillchicago.com/pillars-themes-principles Advisory Committee members will meet bi-monthly to advise on research and policies across the seven pillars, ensuring overall alignment with the plan’s principles and themes. Individuals are invited to apply as volunteers for a specific Research Team or the broader Advisory Committee. Learn more about the Volunteer Program: https://wewillchicago.com/volunteer-program We Will Chicago is also recruiting up to 14 community-oriented groups for this process. Community Partners can be organizations, teams, individuals, businesses, unincorporated nonprofits, and other entities. Community Partners will be paid $15,000 for their participation. Learn more about Community Partners: https://wewillchicago.com/community-partner-program All Chicago residents are encouraged to apply. Applications are due by 11:59 pm on May 31. Potential applicants can watch a recording of an informational webinar about the Volunteer and Community Partner opportunities here: https://wewillchicago.com/get-involved-overviewHave a question about We Will Chicago?EmailWeWill@CityofChicago.org. Pitch in for the ParksPitch In for the Parks starts June 1, and we need your help!Pitch In for the Parks is returning in 2021 and we’d love for you to join us. We kick off the season with It’s Your Park Day on May 22nd, and continue citywide June through October. Just like last year, the Chicago Parks Foundation provides complimentary supplies (work gloves, garbage bags, masks, hand sanitizer and water) for small groups to safely host clean-up events independently at parks citywide. Any organization, team, or community group can host for free, and all volunteers are welcome.Chicago’s parks need our help this summer and that’s where you come in! By hosting recurring clean up events at a park in your community, June through October, we can ensure that your choice of park is taken care of this season and remains clean, green and safe. To get started, please head to our website and register to host Pitch In events at a park in your community. chicagoparksfoundation.org/pitch-inCare For Real: Volunteer and Donate
Come volunteer with Care for Real in Edgewater and Rogers Park! New volunteer shifts are available on weekdays and Saturdays and include tasks such as grocery packing, warehouse support, and staffing our reception desk. We are also in special need of volunteers that speak Spanish to assist during food distribution.
Whether you can volunteer occasionally, or can commit to a weekly or monthly shift, we invite you to join our team. Apply here or send an email to email@example.com to get started.
Please also consider donating to Care For Real. Because of COVID, Care For Real is not accepting donations of used clothing or household goods. However, they will gratefully accept any unopened food items or personal care items. Find a list of accepted items here. We Will Chicago – the First Citywide Plan in 55 Years
Applications are now open for #WeWillChicago volunteers and community partners! The City of Chicago’s We Will planning team is seeking individuals and organizations to help develop the major themes, issues, and policy guidelines included in the citywide plan. The City has not had a citywide plan since the 1960s, so this is a critical moment to plan for a more equitable and resilient future together. Please share this opportunity with your network. Applications are due May 31, 2021. Learn more at www.WeWillChicago.com. Peirce Solidarity Fund
The Peirce Solidarity Fund has been in operation since this past summer, collecting and distributing funds to families economically affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. This has been a true community initiative that has benefited all involved. We are continuing to welcome financial contributions as well as accept requests from families in need. One hundred per cent of funds are distributed directly to Peirce families. To contribute, please Venmo @PeirceSolidarityFund or PayPal PeirceSolidarityFund@gmail.com. For further information, please contact PeirceSolidarityFund@gmail.com. Solidarity!
See the flyer in English
See the flyer in SpanishSwift School Solidarity Fund
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As our community comes together during the pandemic and its related impacts on the economy, the Swift School (5900 N. Winthrop) community is banding together and forming a Swift Solidarity Fund. 100% of funds donated will be distributed to Swift families in need, and they will be able to use the money however best suits their family. Donations can be made via Venmo. Click here for the flyer with details on how to donate. If you have any questions or need help donating, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.GUS COMPANY AUDITION – JUNE 5
Calling all dancers entering Kindergarten to 12th grade!
Do you love to dance?
Audition for GUS Company Saturday, June 5 @ GUS / 5230 N Clark Street / Chicago!
GUS Company dancers train in all dance styles, perform all around Chicago, form lifelong friendships & much more!
Click here to watch GUS Company highlights from ’20-’21 season
Visit guslegacy.org/gus-co-auditions for complete audition detailsScholarships for Camp Invention – 1st through 6th graders
Senn High School will be hosting a virtual Camp Invention this summer during the week of June 28. This year, our local camp will be an at-home program, so activity kits will be delivered directly to families and a certified local educator will lead optional virtual sessions. Campers will have everything they need for an amazing week of STEM fun from home!During this energizing program, young innovators (aka campers) will:Design morphing vehicles to travel across land, then find inspiration in nature to add prototype elements for moving through air and water.Experiment with fun physics concepts like trajectory and velocity as they build, test and modify a device to launch rubber ducks to reach international landmarks.Make and adopt their own robotic crickets and apply empathy to build customized habitats and protective gear for their solar-powered bots.Reverse engineer their own wireless microphone to discover sound waves, and then use their unique voice to create and promote an extraordinary invention.A limited number of $250 scholarships are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Families interested in the $250 scholarship should return a completed registration form found HERE with $20 parent payment to me, Jennie Medellin, at email@example.com. Scholarships are limited and spots will fill fast, so don’t delay!Visit invent.org/mylocalcamp for more information or contact Jennie Medellin at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing you this summer!Raven Theatre – Take Flight Summer Camp
Click here for more informationWe are so excited for another summer of fun, silly, and safe adventures! Our Take Flight Summer 2021 Camp will feature two virtual sessions (conducted of Zoom), centered around the wondrous works of Roald Dahl, as we learn about the mysterious ways of The Witches and take to the sky with James and the Giant Peach! Kids from any part of the country can join in on the fun with this year’s virtual camp setup!$300 – Early Bird Registration (Ends June 1st)
$325 – Regular RegistrationChicago Filmmakers – In Person Youth Summer Camps
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We’re excited to announce a second camp option for the budding filmmakers among us. In addition to our virtual camps, we are now offering in-person camps for students ages 9-17! Hands-on and collaborative, this all-encompassing camp gives budding filmmakers a crash-course in filmmaking that teaches a wide range of skills including creating shot-lists, scouting locations, setting up camera angles and green screen shots, post-production editing, and sound design. Camp sessions run for two weeks and are offered in July and August. Space is limited, register today!
YOUTH CAMP (ages 9-13): July 19 to 30 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
TEEN CAMP (ages 14-17): August 2 to 13 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
The health and safety of our campers are our #1 priority. Most camp activities and film shooting will take place outdoors with limited time indoors for editing. Indoor editing will take place in Chicago Filmmakers’ theatre for maximum social distance spacing.Swedish American Museum Programming
Dala Horse/Pig/Rooster Decoration
Saturday, May 29, 10 a.m.
Online – Register here
Looking for a gift for someone who has everything or just always wanted to create your own Dala horse/pig/rooster? Here is your chance. This is an event for the whole family. Once you have placed the order you have the option of picking it up from the Museum Store or have it shipped. You will receive a Zoom code to join in the painting event.
Saturday, May 29, 1 p.m.
Online – Zoom info here
The Museum book club reads a wide range of books from the Nordic countries. This is a free event and you can register by emailing email@example.com.
These are the upcoming books for the book club:
May: When the doves disappeared by Sofi Oksanen
June: The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared by Jonas Jonasson
July: Willful disregard by Lena Andersson
August: The postcard killers by Liza Marklund and James Patterson
The books can be bought in the Museum Store.
Sunday, May 30, 1 p.m.
Online – Zoom info here
Join the Swedish American Museum knitting group! All knitting levels are welcome. Share some of your favorite patterns and learn from each other. There will also be a chance to learn some specifically Swedish knitting patterns and techniques.Edgewater History Book Club
The Third Coast: When Chicago Built the American Dream By Thomas Dyja
Meeting: Saturday, June 12, 10 a.m. Via Zoom
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In addition to being one of the Great Migration cities, Chicago was also known as a center for transportation, architecture, financial markets, and innovation. Celebrated for its unique literary character, but also reviled for failing to protect its vulnerable citizens, and a tendency towards corruption, the city has always been a mix of high and low.
Join us for a discussion on the city’s influence on U.S. history by reading Thomas Dyja’s The Third Coast: When Chicago Built the American Dream. This title will be available at the Circulation Desk or can be sent to other branches for pick-up.
This program is a partnership with the Chicago Public Library.2021 Pivot Arts Festival: Reclaiming Utopia
Safely returns to live events
May 21–June 6 Combines
World Premieres of Theatre, Dance, Video, Music, Puppetry
Pivot Arts, a hub for adventurous, multidisciplinary performance, announces “Reimagining Utopia,” the ninth annual Pivot Arts Festival featuring almost entirely world premieres, May 21–June 6, 2021 at several indoor and outdoor performance spaces. Following the all-virtual 2020 Festival, Pivot Arts this year plans to bring together audiences and artists safely and in observance of public health protocols. Tickets are on sale April 30 at pivotarts.org/festival.
Pivot Arts selected 12 artists and companies to create small, live works of theatre, dance and/or music, as well as video installations, inspired by this year’s theme, “Reimagining Utopia.” Pivot asked the artists to think about a better world post-pandemic and respond to the global health crisis and the Black Lives Matter movement of 2020. Audience members will also have the opportunity to respond with their visions of a brighter future and more just and equitable society.
To observe safety precautions due to the pandemic, most in-person festival works are video installations, and live performers and audience members must wear masks. Audiences engage in events by proceeding through a space featuring video and small live works, similar to a walking tour through a gallery, rather than sitting and watching longer performances. There are also outdoor events and videos on the Pivot Arts website.Northside Catholic Academy (NCA) Upcoming EventsNCA’s 1st Annual Golfing for Greater Tournament
Friday, June 11, Noon
Robert A. Black Golf Course, 2045 W Pratt Blvd.Birdie, Bogey, Hole-in-one, it’s Northside Catholic Academy’s 1st Annual Golfing for Greater Tournament, so swing by for some fun!Join us for a round of golf at Robert A. Black Golf Course on Friday, June 11, 2021, at noon. There will be food and drinks for all participants. There will also be prizes for our hole and putting contests, and the winning 4-some will receive a championship belt!Tickets are $100 per person. Please click the link below to register today!https://interland3.donorperfect.net/weblink/weblink.aspx?name=E106258&id=12&fbclid=IwAR2vE-5sM-r7RcL4nUuQxrBOGantmseDlPF6xC8-c__yShG4xVCNssZ_aOYChicago Uptown Lions Club 100th Year Charter Anniversary Virtual Celebration and Dueling Pianos Fundraising Show
Sunday, June 6th, 7:00 – 8:30 pm
Our local Chicago Uptown Lions Club is one of the oldest chartered clubs in the Lions International service organization. Its members have been serving the Edgewater and Uptown communities for 100 years, with numerous programs and support for other organizations, and for sight-impaired residents, including providing free hearing and eye disease testing programs and used eyeglasses drop-off boxes and redistribution services.
The 100th Anniversary Celebration and Fundraiser will be virtual on Zoom and will include a fun one-hour Dueling Pianos Show, featuring Edgewater’s native son, renowned pianist Steven Solomon, dueling at the piano with another popular Chicago pianist, Cassandra Kaczor.
Proceeds raised will benefit the national organization, St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, and the local community organization, Refugee One.
For more information and to purchase a ticket or to make a donation please visit: https://www.GiveButter.com/ChicagoUptownLions100yearsSave The Date: Chipotle Fundraiser for McCutcheon Elementary School
June 22, 5-9pm
Chipotle, 5224 N. Broadway
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Cilck here for flyer in Spanish
People just need to say McCutcheon Elementary or use the code 96VZEJE when purchasing through the Chipotle App for pickup.Edgewater Historical Society Walking Tours
Enjoy views of the historic buildings of Edgewater in our own unique outdoor museum. Edgewater has three historic districts, designated by the U.S. Department of the Interior, and many blocks filled with historic homes. Tours will be led by knowledgeable guides.
There is a limit of 15 in each tour. Our tour guides, who will have microphones, will lead you through the tour, and share with you our researched brochure. Everyone must wear a face mask and keep social distancing. The fee for each tour is $15, which supports the Edgewater Historical Society Museum. For registration follow this link: bit.ly/ehswalk6
Note: There are ten tours available. Sign up before they sell out. The available tours are: Edgewater Glen:
DATE: June 2, 2021; TIME 6:30 p.m.
DATE: June 27, 2021; TIME: 1:00 p.m.Edgewater’s Broadway – Catalpa to Rosedale:
DATE: June 5, 2021; TIME: 11 a.m.Lakewood Balmoral Historic District:
DATE: June 8, 2021; TIME: 7:00 p.m.
DATE: June 22, 2021; TIME: 7:00 p.m.Discover the Art Underfoot:
DATE: June 12, 2021; TIME: 11 a.m.Edgewater’s North End:
DATE: June 17, 2021; TIME: 6:30 p.m.Magnolia Glen:
DATE: June 26, 2021; TIME: 11:00 a.m.Bryn Mawr Historic District:
DATE: July 7, 2021; TIME: 6:30 p.m.Andersonville Historic District:
DATE: July 17, 2021; TIME: 9:30 a.m.COVID-19 ResourcesChicago Department of Public Health COVID-19 page (Comprehensive information, one-stop shop)
48th Ward COVID19 Resource Guide
Small Business Resources, for Business Owners, Employees, & Consumers – Chicago BACP
Small Business Resources – Illinois Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity
Guidance: What to do when COVID-19 Has Been in Your Establishment
Guidance for Older Adults & Others with High Risk
Cook County Health Guide to Walking & Biking
Cook County Health Transit Guide48th Ward Alderman Harry Osterman*We are operating remotely*
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