CSNA to Co-Host Public Forum Sept. 18 on the Future of Harley Clarke and Lighthouse Beach

CSNA is pleased to co-host a special program with NoParkSale and the Southeast Evanston Association on Weds., September 18 at 7 p.m. in the Parasol Room on the 4th floor of the Evanston Civic Center, 2100 Ridge Avenue.

The program, Lighthouse Landing Park/Harley Clark Initiative: Next Steps will help attendees learn how other communities have saved historic properties for community use and provide an opportunity for you to share your ideas of how Harley Clarke can be repurposed for the benefit of the entire Evanston community.

Human Services Committee to review Harley Clarke status

The City Council’s Human Services Committee will consider next steps for community outreach on future uses of the Harley Clarke Mansion on Monday, September 16, 2013, at 6 p.m. at the City Council Chambers, Morton Civic Center.  The Committee is expected to receive the engineering report that is being conducted as requested by the Council/City Manager. Additional information will be posted at the CSNA site as available (around Sept. 13).

2013 Green Living Festival to Focus on Urban Forest on Sept. 28

The Evanston Green Living Festival is an annual event presented by the Evanston Environmental Association (EEA) and the City of Evanston, with financial and in-kind support from an outstanding group of Sponsors.  This year's theme is "Preserving & Protecting the Urban Forest"



Evanston Wilmette Community Golf Course Fundraiser

Evanston Wilmette Community Golf Course is back and getting better day by day!  We hope you’ve witnessed our progress firsthand or have seen it chronicled in our latest newsletter. 

We need your help and financial support to keep our momentum going.  We invite you to celebrate with us at our end-of-summer fundraiser: “groovin’ on the greens” on Friday, September 6, from 7 – 11 p.m. on the patio and lawn adjacent our Pro Shop at 1030 Central Street in Evanston.

Sign up for the City of Evanston Lighthouse Landing/Harley Clarke Update

http://www.cityofevanston.org/arts-culture/harley-clark-mansion/  After more than 400 residents showed up at council chambers on July 22 to speak out against the lack of public discussion and input regarding the potential privatization of the Art Center/Harley Clarke Mansion and 2.5 acres of our lakefront parkland, the residents were promised that future discussions would be more tranparent and involve the public. Please click on the link to the city to sign up for the email information from the city.


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