Events around Theodore Roosevelt High School

Tastes & Tours of Albany Park 2018
Art

Tastes & Tours of Albany Park 2018

Saturday 10:00am (28 April)
Nighthawk Chicago, Chicago

L'dor Vador: the Jewish History of Albany Park

L'dor Vador: the Jewish History of Albany Park

Saturday 11:00am (28 April)
Kimball & Lawrence (Brown Line), Chicago

Managing Liquidity & Church Finances by Professor Al Kamienski

Managing Liquidity & Church Finances by Professor Al Kamienski

Tuesday 10:00am (05 June)
The Academy of Church Leadership, Chicago

Chicago Spolin Improvisation Intensive May 19 & 20
Theater

Chicago Spolin Improvisation Intensive May 19 & 20

Saturday 10:00am (19 May)
Foxhole Creative, Chicago

Soaring Soul Compositions in Chicago!

Soaring Soul Compositions in Chicago!

Saturday 7:30pm (12 May)
Foxhole Creative, Chicago

Ravenswood Rocks Spring Forward Benefit 2018
Party

Ravenswood Rocks Spring Forward Benefit 2018

Saturday 6:30pm (28 April)
DANK Haus, Chicago

Black Bear Combo, Radio Free Honduras
Music

Black Bear Combo, Radio Free Honduras

Thursday 8:00pm (03 May)
Sleeping Village, Chicago

Lanz with the Penny Serfs and Laska at Sleeping Village
Music

Lanz with the Penny Serfs and Laska at Sleeping Village

Thursday 8:00pm (26 April)
Sleeping Village, Chicago


Community Plan - First Look!

Community Plan - First Look!


When?

Start time: Tuesday 6:30pm (17 April)
End time: Tuesday 8:30pm (17 April)

Where?

Theodore Roosevelt High School
3436 W Wilson Ave, Chicago
Other

About

Community Plan Open House
Hosted by North River Commission and
CMAP/Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning

Tuesday, April 17th 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Roosevelt HS Library, 3436 W Wilson, enter from the main door
Free parking is available in the school lot at Leland and St. Louis
Open to the public, all are welcome

At 6:30pm CMAP/Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning will make a short introduction. Your voice is important to the plan. Attendees will go from table to table to share their priorities and suggestions on plans to:
> Improve public spaces and add activities to enhance community safety
> Ensure continued diversity and welcoming communities
> Grow the Lawrence Avenue Business District with infrastructure and placemaking
> Encourage equitable transit-oriented development near Kimball and Kedzie Stations
> Maintain housing affordability, choices, and quality
> Increase resilience to storms and mitigate river and urban flooding
> Enhance recreation on rivers, parks, and trails

Attendees can come late or leave early, as they need. CMAP planners and the local Plan Steering Committee will be available for one-on-one conversation with you. Conversations will be in both English and Spanish.