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3rd Annual RPGG Garden of Treasures Sale & Fundraiser

3rd Annual RPGG Garden of Treasures Sale & Fundraiser 3rd Annual RPGG Garden of Treasures Sale & Fundraiser Sunday, September 27 10 am to 1 pm Jarvis Square (corner of Jarvis & Greenview)
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Posted on September 20, 2009

Willye B. White Community Center Dedication

Willye B. White Community Center Dedication The Willye B. White Park Advisory Council and the Chicago Park District invite you to join in the dedication of the Willye B. White Community Center, a Chicago Park District facility. Saturday, September 26th at 9:30 AM Willye B. White Community Center 1610 W Howard St Chicago Il 60626
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Posted on September 20, 2009

Transition Rogers Park

Transition Rogers Park Chicago held its first visioning session on June 20, 2009. The ideas generated through interactive, participatory exercises will seed working groups in the areas of community, food, reskilling, transportation and local commerce as "Rogers Parkers" work to build a community that is resilient to the challenges ahead, including climate change, peak oil and the economy. It's a start, and there's more to come. Visit http://www.transitionrogerspark.org to learn more.
Posted on September 17, 2009

Art Classes - Fall 2009

Greenleaf Art Center is located in Rogers Park one block west of Clark on Greenleaf Avenue. It is conveniently near the Rogers Park Metra train stop, and is easily accesible via the #22 Clark Street bus. Plus, the Art Center has plenty of free parking. Greenleaf Art Center provides studio and exhibition space for over forty area artists and is home to five business enterprises. Since its inception in 1990 by Kathie and Denis Paluch, it has grown to become a vibrant part of the Rogers Park arts community. The center hosts a variety of exhibitions, open studio events, art salons and creative workshops throughout the year as well as art classes for both children and adults.
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Posted on September 17, 2009

RogersEdge Dinner Crawl

RogersEdge Dinner Crawl The first annual RogersEdge Dinner Crawl is jointly hosted by Loyola University Chicago, Rogers Park Business Alliance (formally DevCorp North) and the Edgewater community.
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Posted on September 15, 2009

Buy a book and help the RPWR Historical Society

Buy a book and help the RPWR Historical Society The Society needs help to continue its mission and expand its collections. Our funding comes mainly from our members. It is important to include all people interested in these communities to keep the Society a vital and dynamic organization. Encourage your family, friends and neighbors to join the Society. Check out these two books on Rogers Park and West Ridge here.
Posted on September 10, 2009

From our Blogs: Origins of our New Sculpture

From our Blogs: Origins of our New Sculpture Mike Glasser's continued chronicles of his reintroduction to living in Rogers Park. Mike moves in with his girlfriend, Nancy, and her enormous dog, and shares his inspiring experience attending a Jargowood block club meeting. Read post.
Posted on September 10, 2009

GARDEN OF TREASURES SALE & FUNDRAISER

Call for Donations RPGG garden gnomes are preparing for the annual sale & fundraiser upcoming on Sunday, September 27, from 10 am to 1 pm at Jarvis Square. Once again, the sale will be held in front of our first business supporter, Charmer's Cafe. This is the RPGG's big fundraising event that provides most of the monies used to pay for community gardening programs and activties. Adopt the Public Way and big projects such as the Metra Garden happen because of the success of this sale. And the sale is successful because of YOUR generosity.
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Posted on September 02, 2009

The Olympics 2016 - Why we should win

The Olympics 2016 - Why we should win Sandy Goldman writes about events in Rogers Park (an exciting neighborhood on the far north side of Chicago), the country and the world. He is the former opinion columnist and founding editor of RP 2000 (published by the Rogers Park Community Council). Known for his inquisitive, analytical and satirical style, he provides a thoughtful look at life. Sandy is longtime community activist and a Rogers Park resident since 1958. Read why Sandy thinks Chicago should host the 2016 Summer Olympic Games.
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Posted on August 26, 2009

Housing help on North Side

Preserving and stimulating affordable housing and helping homeowners on the North Side fight housing recession problems are the calling cards of the Lakeside Community Development Corp.
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Posted on August 24, 2009

New Rogers Park Mural

New Rogers Park Mural Lea Pinsky and her husband Dustin Harris spent the summer designing and painting a huge mural with neighborhood kids from Howard Area Community Center. It stretches from Estes to Greenleaf on Glenwood Ave.
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Posted on August 21, 2009

Glenwood Ave Arts Fest kick off party!

Glenwood Ave Arts Fest kick off party! Kickoff Party this Friday Aug 21st 2009. The Glenwood Avenue Arts Fest (GAAF) is a free, weekend-long event that features artists, open studios, and live entertainment on three outdoor stages. Experience art of all disciplines, music, theater, food and drink on the cobblestone streets of the Glenwood Avenue Arts District in Chicago’s historic Rogers Park neighborhood.
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Posted on August 18, 2009

New Rogers Park Chamber of Commerce

This official, accountable chamber has been in the works since last September. Several weeks ago, Rogers Park Chamber of Commerce became a member of the United States Chamber of Commerce. They are able to pass along many of the benefits of their membership to you, whether your business be large, small, or home based. Their website, at http://www.rogerspark.cc will soon be up and running.
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Posted on June 01, 2009

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