Central Street Sidewalk Sale - July 10-13


How Long Will I Cry? Voices of Youth Violence -Reading and discussion

July 12th 11:00 am Open to everyone and Free at the Heartwood In Evanston if you want some background review this Steppenwolf study guide.

Community Book Readings: Please join DC3F as we read excerpts from How Long Will I Cry? and engage in conversations about youth violence at one of the following community book readings in Evanston:

•Saturday, July 12 ~ 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. ~ Heartwood Center (Skylight Event Space), 1818 Dempster St. Friday, July 25 ~ 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.~ Sherman United Methodist Church, 2214 Ridge Ave.


Mayor to Host Town Hall Meeting on July 16

Mayor Elizabeth Tisdahl has invited the community to join her at a Town Hall Meeting she is hosting on Wednesday, July 16, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., at the Chandler-Newberger Community Center, 1028 Central St.

Meeting on Proposed Development of 1620 Central Street

The City of Evanston and Alderman Jane Grover are hosting a neighborhood meeting on Thursday, June 26 about the proposed development of the property at 1620 Central Street (across from Mustard's). Myefski Architects will present their proposal for a multi-family development project.


CSNA will agan be participating in this year's 4th of July Parade!

Join us as we march down Central Street!  Cheer us on!

Our float this year will feature music by Chainsaw Dupont (see more about the band at www.chainsawdupont.com.)

Sponsored by the Evanston 4th of July Association, the parade is a highlight of activities for July 4 in Evanston!  For almost 100 years, the parade has been the "go to" place for the 4th of July. This year's theme is INDEPENDENCE DAY THE EVANSTON WAY.  


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