When: Friday, May 22 from 7pm - 9pm
Where: Uptown Baptist Church, 1011 W. Wilson
Residents across the City will join together at places of worship & community centers across Chicago.
Residents are encouraged to participate as a way of empowering them to take back our communities. Mark your calendar and stay tuned for more information next week.
PIVOT ARTS FESTIVAL: CELEBRATING COMMUNITY
May 28 - June 7
Various locations on Chicago's Northside
One of the best ways to both highlight and bring together our diverse community is to celebrate it through innovative music, theater and dance. Click
to check out their programming. Click
to help this wonderful organization grow and expand their work.
HEAR AUTHOR DR. EDDIE TAYLOR
When: Saturday, May 30 at 2pm
Where: Uptown Branch Library; 929 W. Buena Ave.
Dr. Taylor will discuss his book, The Day the Crabs Got Out: The Revival of Black, America. The author takes a look at the community as a whole to see how it arrived at this point and the many organizations that have contributed to the overall progress.
CITY STICKER SALES WITHIN THE 46TH WARD
When: Tuesday, June 2 from 11am - 4pm
Where: Clarendon Park Community Center, 4501 N. Clarendon
This year, the City Clerk's Office will only be selling city stickers to constituents with May and June renewals, which includes seniors and motorcycle tags. Late fees for May city sticker holders go in effect after June 15. For more information about city stickers, click
SHRED-A-THON & E-RECYCLING
When: Saturday June 6th, 9am to Noon
Where: 46th Ward Office at 4544 N. Broadway Ave
Here's your chance to get rid of old bank statements, cancelled checks, or any other old records that have lost their usefulness and just take up space. This is also the opportunity to safely get rid of old electronic equipment. This service is provided exclusively for residents; businesses are prohibited from participating.
PUBLIC SAFETY MEETINGS
The 46th Ward Office is teaming up with the Police to have a series of public safety meetings to address chronic crime. Your participation will help make our community safer for everyone. Click
to find the schedule of the public safety meeting in your area. If you would like to go online to report a chronic issue, click
to learn how.