Central Street Neighbors Association ANNUAL MEETING AND PUBLIC FORUM

Join CSNA on Thurs., March 5 at 7 p.m. for the CSNA Annual Meeting and Forum at the Evanston Ecology Center. The program begins with election of officers and board members. The election will be followed by a lively and interactive discussion: "Central/Green Bay Improvements - Opportunities and Limitations"

Harley Clarke Citizens' Committee to Hold First Meeting Thurs., February 12

The City of Evanston has announced that the newly-appointed Harley Clarke Citizens' Committee will hold its first meeting Thursday, Feb. 12 at 6:00 p.m. in room 2403 of the Morton Civic Center, 2100 Ridge Avenue, Evanston. 

A list of members of the committee and the agenda are posted on the committee webpageFor more information about Harley Clarke, visit the City's Mansion web page.

Register now for Junior Golf Clinics and Camps at Canal Shores!

Registration is now open for 2015 summer youth/junior golf camps and clinics at Canal Shores Golf Course. Programs for youth from pre-K through 8th grade at all skill levels are provided under an agreement between the Evanston Wilmette Golf Course Association and the Golf Practice.

Celebrate Winter at Canal Shores! Winterfest coming to Golf Course on Sat., Feb. 21

A ‘winterfest’ of fun-filled outdoor activities is coming to Canal Shores Golf Course on Feb. 21 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Co-sponsored with the City of Evanston Parks, Recreation & Community Services Department, we promise a day of fun activities for the entire family. Olaf from Disney’s FROZEN will be on hand to greet participants from 1:00-2:00 p.m. Activities include cross country skiing on a fully-groomed trail, snowshoeing, beginner lessons, and many fun surprises. Refreshments will be served.

A Community Approach to Clearing Snow From Sidewalks

From the Atlantic CITYLAB website by Lydia Lee posted Feb. 6, 2015:

"In most places, sidewalk snow-clearing is left to individual homeowners. In Ann Arbor, one neighborhood decided to pool its resources instead."

The SnowBuddy tractor, driven and funded by volunteers, clears all 12 miles of sidewalk of the Water Hill neighborhood of Ann Arbor, Michigan. (Paul Tinkerhess)

 

The SnowBuddy tractor, driven and funded by volunteers, clears all 12 miles of sidewalk of the Water Hill neighborhood of Ann Arbor, Michigan. (Paul Tinkerhess)

Saw the above in a tweet from City Manager Wally Bobkiewicz this morning.  Thought it worth sharing. 

Click here or on the photo above to jump to the full article and comment either here at CSNA or at the Citylab.com website.

Jim

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