Nov 7th- 7th Ward Meeting 7:00 Ecology Center

Attend this meeting to discuss thoughts about what is going on in our ward or our Evanston Community There are new developments regarding Harley Clarke, the golf course, a lakefront protection ordinance,and the possible  Tower are some of the issues inplay-I'm sure there are many other things on peoples minds. It is always interesting to hear what's going on in other areas of the ward. Not sure what the agenda is yet.


Community Day on Central Street - this Saturday, Oct. 26

The Central Street Business Association is holding its Fall Community Day on Central Street on October 26 - from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Central Street Neighbors Association is proud to be a sponsor.  We invite members and neighbors to help get the word out and volunteer to distribute flyers on Saturday. To sign up for a shift - either morning or afternoon, please go to the "contact us" tab.

October 23 Program: Does Evanston Need a Lakefront Protection Ordinance?

Residents representing a broad perspective and different neighborhoods in the City, including Ramona Mehrer, Jeannie Lindwall and Cameron Davis (who serves as Senior Advisor to the US. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator for the Great Lakes National Program Office), will participate in a special meeting hosted by at 7 PM. on Wednesday, Oct. 23. The meeting will address the pros and cons of a City of Evanston Lakefront Protection Ordinance.

The session will be held in room 2404 at the Evanston Civic Center, 2100 Ridge, Evanston. 

All residents are invited to attend to learn more about the 2008 Master Plan and to participate in discussions of a possible ordinance to protect the lakefront.

For more information, visit

6th Ward meeting/discussion Thu., Oct. 24



Topic: Parks and Recreation
Thu., Oct. 24, 7pm at Three Crowns Center

Please join Daniel Stein, chair of the city's Parks and Recreation Board and 6th Ward resident, city staff and me for a discussion of current issues and priorities for our parks, beaches, and recreation facilities. There will also be an update of Evanston Police Department issues and current Public Works projects in the 6th Ward


EPL Librarian "Crushes" NPR Sunday Puzzle

Evanston Public Library Librarian Barbara Levie took on the NPR Sunday Puzzle last Sunday and emerged victorious.

Barbara works in Reference at the Main and at the North Branch.

Barbara asked Puzzlemaster Will Shortz since he majored in puzzles in college to name some classes he took.  Will answered "I created my own major - Enigmatology - the study of puzzles" ... great crossword answer.

Read about Barbara and hear the broadcast at the EPL website.


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