Enjoy pancakes on Oct. 31 at the Legion and help community and vets charities!

Local Charities will benefit from American Legion Post 42 Pancake Breakfast October 31! 
Join members of Post 42 to enjoy a wonderful all-you-can-eat breakfast while supporting local charities!
Neighbors and friends of the Post and community are welcome to the now infamous Old Fashioned Pancake Breakfast on Sat. Oct. 31 from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.

You can enjoy pancakes, eggs cooked to order, sausage, juice, milk and coffee – all unlimited and all for the great low price of $7 advance purchase or $9 at the door!

Bluegrass on Central Street - at American Legion Post 42

Beginning on October 10, a new season of bluegrass music begins at American Legion Post 42 on Central Street. All members of the community are invited to attend. 

This year's line up includes:

Sat., Oct. 10, The Kevin Prater Band of East Kentucky

Sat., Oct. 24 Danny Paisley & Southern Grass

Fri., Nov. 6 The Volo Bogtrotters

Sat. Nov. 21 David Davis & Warrior River Boys

Sat., Dec. 5 The Gibson Brothers

Sat., Dec. 12 Detour Bluegrass featuring Missy Armstrong

Doors open at 7 p.m.; music begins at 8 p.m.

Shop on Central Street Oct. 10-11 and support local charitable organizations

Central Street Neighbors Association is proud to partner with the Central Street Business Association to support Community Days the weekend of October 10-11. Your purchases turn into a benefit for local charitable organizations.

It's easy. Just shop at participating merchants on Central Street over the weekend - during regular store hours generally from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

When you check out you can designate a portion of your purchase be donated to one of several worthy not-for-profit charitable organizations - you choose!

Community Days is an easy way to shop local and support local metchants while at the same time you can support deserving organizations in the community.

Learn more at the website for the Central Street Business Association.

Nonprofit Urges Public Use of Harley Clarke Property

A new Evanston civic group formed over the summer has stepped forward with a vision and path forward for the 90-year-old landmark mansion and grounds at 2603 Sheridan Rd., just north of the Grosse Point Light Station, and generally referred to as the Harley Clarke mansion after the original owner.

Light House Landing RFP-City Council Meeting Monday Sept. 21

Come to City Council Meeting Monday, Sept. 21, 7 pm. Civic Center

We just learned that the City Council will make a MAJOR DECISION regarding the direction of next steps for Harley Clarke (Evanston Art Center)
What City Council decides on as parameters for the creation of a Request for Proposal on Monday may determine the future of the Lighthouse Landing Park.Speak for PUBLIC use, control and operation.
Show unity by wearing something blue.



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