Global and Chicago Youth Climate Strike
Sep
20
11:00 AM11:00

Global and Chicago Youth Climate Strike


In solidarity with the Global Climate Strike, a kid-friendly, peaceful Chicago Youth Climate Strike will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, September 20, starting at the south end of Grant Park (intersection of Columbus Drive and Roosevelt Rd.). Some time after 11 a.m., a march will begin to Federal Plaza where there will be a rally with performers and speakers.

All ages are welcome. Youth worldwide will demand immediate action to address the climate crisis. Supporting organizations are Illinois Youth Climate Strike, Sunrise Movement Chicago, 350 Chicago, and Chicago Youth Alliance for Climate Action.

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Repair Cafe
Sep
21
10:00 AM10:00

Repair Cafe

  • Oak Park Senior Citizens' Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Repair Cafes are free meeting places, and they’re all about fixing things, rather than throwing them away. At the Repair Cafe, you’ll find the tools and materials to help you make any repairs you need. You’ll also find repair specialists to help you, such as electricians, seamstresses, jewelry experts, carpenters, and general fix-it folks. They usually meet on the 3rd Saturday of the month from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Oak Park Senior Citizens’ Center, 414 S. Oak Park Ave., in Oak Park.

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Screening 'The Human Element'
Sep
23
6:30 PM18:30

Screening 'The Human Element'

FILM DESCRIPTION: Renowned photographer James Balog (prominently featured in “Chasing Ice”) uses his camera to reveal how environmental change is affecting the lives of everyday Americans. Following the four classical elements—air, earth, fire and water—to frame his journey, Balog explores wildfires, hurricanes, sea level rise, coal mining, and the changes in the air we breathe. He takes it further by examining the effects of the fifth element—the human element—to tell an urgent story while giving inspiration for a more balanced relationship between humanity and nature.

The event will include a short interactive discussion on the Church’s position on Creation Care, Climate Change, and Church-supported legislation on Climate Action.

Hosted by Ascension HOME Creation Care Team, Ascension Peace and Justice Committee, St. Edmund Green Team, Interfaith Green Network, One Earth Film Festival, Green Community Connections, Seven Generations Ahead.

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Aurora GreenFest: Celebrating the Power of Ten
Sep
28
10:00 AM10:00

Aurora GreenFest: Celebrating the Power of Ten

  • Prisco Community Center and McCullough Park (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Come to the Aurora GreenFest on Sept. 28 and learn how to take care of the environment and have fun at the same time. Be ready for a day filled with fun activities to live more sustainably and help save our planet. As always, the GreenFest is a free and accessible event, so bring the whole family. 

The GreenFest is 10 years old this year!  This year’s theme: “Celebrating the Power of Ten!”  all about the top 10 ways to help the environment and stop climate change. 

Aurora Greenfest invites lots of wonderful, sustainability-minded exhibitors, including local non-profits and businesses with a green story to tell. They welcome local farmers, who help them find clean, organic food. They invite local artists and crafters with a theme of reusing old or found objects or nature themes. Volunteers, sponsors and exhibitors please sign up on their website, www.auroragreenfest.com.

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Illiois Solar Tour
Sep
28
10:00 AM10:00

Illiois Solar Tour

  • Many locations throughout Illinois (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The Illinois Solar Tour is a series of FREE PUBLIC OPEN HOUSES. Home and business owners with renewable energy installations will open their homes to the public to share their passion, knowledge and experience of owning and living with renewable energy. Visit any site at any time between 10am and 3pm. Homeowners will be available at each site to provide information, share experiences and answer questions.

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Beer in the Woods (LaBagh Woods)
Sep
28
2:00 PM14:00

Beer in the Woods (LaBagh Woods)

Drink outstanding craft beer and cider at the best venue in town – LaBagh Woods on the northwest side of Chicago! Enjoy interactive live animal presentations, nature-themed crafts, picnic games, a flash bioblitz, an “Ultimate Camp Site” display, bird walks, home brewing demonstrations, food trucks, and a DJ!

All of the proceeds from this event will support the Friends of the Forest Preserves’ mission: Uniting people to protect, promote, and care for the forest preserves in Cook County.

Photo by James Warden of Five Lake Arts.

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Trees Close Up: Botanical Watercolors by Barbara Rose
Oct
5
2:00 PM14:00

Trees Close Up: Botanical Watercolors by Barbara Rose

This is the opening reception for an exhibition that will take place throughout the month of October, from the 2nd to the 30th.

These paintings pay homage to common native trees in our urban forest. Most are elarger than life studies of buds, blossoms and seeds—miraculous moments in a process where sun, wind and water interact with the wisdom of encoded in trees to perpetuate life.

Paintings are transparent watercolor on Fabriano Artistico paper. Sales proceeds will be donated to the non-profit West Cook Wild Ones with commissions to the library.

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Solar Panels: Behind the Scenes
Oct
10
7:00 PM19:00

Solar Panels: Behind the Scenes

Get a behind-the-scenes look at the new solar panel installation at the Oak Park Conservatory, learn how solar energy is being used, and interact with a solar panel expert to learn how you can support solar in your energy conservation effort at home. Presented by the Friends of the Oak Park Conservatory (FOPCON). FREE for FOPCON members; $10 for non-members. Visit www.fopcon.org to become a member.

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Celebrate Oaktober Tree Forum
Oct
13
2:00 PM14:00

Celebrate Oaktober Tree Forum

Oak Park is Illinois’ first municipal arboretum, with more than 18,000 trees lining its streets. Its Heritage Oak Propagation Program has saved hundreds of 200- to 300-year old trees and planted their acorns in local parks. For this program, a stellar panel will present on the urban forest ecosystem. Learn about such topics as:

  • How to protect disappearing oak savannas, woodlands, and forests

  • Landscaping for healthy trees

  • Discovering Oak Park’s heritage oaks

  • The managing and maintenance of an urban forest

  • Adopting an oak

Presenters

Lydia Scott directs The Morton Arboretum’s Chicago Region Trees Initiative.
Mark Duntemann, is a Master Arborist who presents internationally on urban forestry.
Robert Sproule is a Master Arborist and superintendent of Oak Park’s Forest Division.
Roy Diblik is a recognized perennial plant expert, grower, designer, speaker and author who specializes in sustainable plant communities for all seasons.

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Community Converstation on Clean Energy, Jobs, and Environmental Justice
Oct
13
3:00 PM15:00

Community Converstation on Clean Energy, Jobs, and Environmental Justice

Join members of the community, policy experts, and state legislators for a discussion of how Illinois can lead the transition to clean energy and a just economy. We will discuss the future of distributed energy in the Oak Park area, and in all of Illinois. Featuring Sen. Kimberly Lightford, Sen. Don Harmon, Rep. LaShawn Ford, Rep. Camille Lilly, as well as representatives from Citizens Utility Board, Illinois Clean Jobs Coalition, and Blacks in Green.

Advance registration strongly encouraged; walk-in registration also available at the event, which is open to all.

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League of Women Voters Lake Michigan Annual Meeting & Conference
Oct
25
2:30 PM14:30

League of Women Voters Lake Michigan Annual Meeting & Conference

The theme this year for the League of Women Voters Lake Michigan annual meeting & conference is ‘The Great Lakes and Groundwater.’

Schedule

Friday, October 25
2:30 pm Choice of Field Trips (info below)
4 - 6:00 pm Registration
5:00 pm Social hour - snacks & cash bar
6:00 pm Banquet
7:00 pm Keynote Address: Groundwater: the Sixth Great Lake, Liz Kirkwood, Exec. Dir. of For Love of Water (FLOW)

Saturday, October 26
8 - 10:00 am Registration
8:00 am Breakfast
9:15 am Business Meeting
10:45 am Lightning Round: LWVLMR Interest Groups
Noon Lunch, PFAS and the Michigan Response, Suzanne Dixon & David Mueller
2 :00 pm LWVLMR Board Meeting (tentative)

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The Great Pumpkin Smash
Nov
2
4:00 PM16:00

The Great Pumpkin Smash

Don't know what to do with that old pumpkin? Why not smash it down Barrie Sled Hill and enter your carved work of art in the mushiest and squishiest event of the season? All participants will start at the top of Barrie Hill and smash their pumpkins to smithereens. Free and open to the public - no need to pre-register, just show up ready to SMASH! Pumpkin parts will be composted at the end of the event.

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Screening 'Youth Unstoppable'
Sep
17
6:00 AM06:00

Screening 'Youth Unstoppable'

“Youth Unstoppable” is an award-winning film documenting the youth climate crisis movement. This film screening is the kick-off for “It’s Our Future,” a project developed to equip youth from Oak Park, River Forest and beyond to advocate for climate crisis solutions and their futures.

“Youth Unstoppable” takes us inside the rise of the Global Youth Climate Movement. Slater Jewell-Kemker was 15 when she began documenting the untold stories of youth on the front lines of climate change who refused to let their futures slip away. Over the course of 11 years and set against stunning visuals of a planet in crisis, “Youth Unstoppable” follows the evolution of a diverse network of youth rising up to shape the world they will live in. “Youth Unstoppable” premiered at Michael Moore's invite-only Traverse City Film Festival, going on to screen at dozens of festivals around the world and garnering eight awards.

PLEASE RSVP with Amy at amy@sevengenerationsahead.org. Food will be provided.

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Plant Blindness
Sep
15
2:30 PM14:30

Plant Blindness

We could not survive without plants. Yet, the public largely overlooks this entire set of organisms. Children recognize conspicuous animals or the Nike swish, but will struggle to name more than a few plants. Botanist Chris Benda will introduce the concept of “plant blindness”: the inability to notice and understand the amazing diversity of plants that surround us every day. How can we change this trend? Chris will share his ideas. Sponsored by West Cook Wild Ones.

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Migrating Monarchs Celebration
Sep
8
12:00 PM12:00

Migrating Monarchs Celebration

Journey with the monarch butterflies as they begin their migration to Mexico. Watch live monarch butterflies being tagged and released, enjoy music, crafts, and activities. Get gardening information and learn how you can help save this butterfly. Food available for purchase. Sponsored by the Forest Preserves of Cook County.

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Edible Gardening Checklist for Success + Q & A
Sep
7
2:00 PM14:00

Edible Gardening Checklist for Success + Q & A

Deep Roots Project Edible Gardening Methods in Review

It’s time to share lessons learned this edible gardening season (and previous seasons too). Bring your gardening questions, discoveries, successes, mistakes and experiences.

Time to review the Deep Roots edible garden checklist for success.

The goal is to make gardening both fun and efficient. Deep Roots Project is always thinking of new ways to save time and money. Many members of the Deep Roots community like to learn edible gardening by trying out new methods and tweaking old ones.

Bring your gardening stories and questions.

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Fall Perennial & Tool Exchange
Sep
7
9:30 AM09:30

Fall Perennial & Tool Exchange

Presented by Friends of the Oak Park Conservatory (FOPCON).

Join other gardeners and share your favorite perennials, houseplants and extra garden tools at FOPCON’s annual Fall Exchange. Drop off materials from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Conservatory. Come back to pick up items from 12:00 to 12:30 p.m.

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Wolf Road Prairie Talk, Tour, and Fest
Aug
24
10:00 AM10:00

Wolf Road Prairie Talk, Tour, and Fest

Celebrate the history of the Midwest and the beautiful Wolf Road Prairie Nature Preserve at this FREE summer festival. Enjoy learning about Wolf Road Prairie ecology and restoration efforts from the prairie ecologist and explore the prairie with a knowledgeable guide. Program offered at 11 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Event also includes: visits with live raptors (10:30am – 12:30pm), crafts and art for sale, historic re-enactors, dulcimer players, genealogy advice, quilt displays, Greek traditional dancers, music, food, and more.

Please rsvp for the prairie program and tour at https://bitly.com/wolfroadprairie.

For more information about the fest, send an email to r.cabe@sbcglobal.net . Sponsored by Save the Prairie Society.

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River Kayaking 101
Aug
23
5:30 PM17:30

River Kayaking 101

  • Trailside Museum of Natural History (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Introductory class for new river kayakers. Technique and instruction provided prior to a short hands-on paddle along the Des Plaines River to Maywood Grove. Shuttle provided back to Trailside Museum.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: Call 312-533-5751.

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River Kayaking 101
Aug
23
1:00 PM13:00

River Kayaking 101

  • Trailside Museum of Natural History (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Introductory class for new river kayakers. Technique and instruction provided prior to a short hands-on paddle along the Des Plaines River to Maywood Grove. Shuttle provided back to Trailside Museum.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: Call 312-533-5751.

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Peace in the Park #3
Aug
20
7:00 PM19:00

Peace in the Park #3

Feeling stressed out by the fast pace on your daily routine? What better way to reset your clock than by taking the time to reconnect with the natural world around you. Join the Park District of Oak Park for this relaxing program at Austin Gardens. Each session will focus on a new way of slowing down and taking time to relax. From yoga and meditation to sketching and journaling you're sure to feel rejuvenated and ready to take on the day. Cost is $15 for residents and $19 for non-residents.

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'Our Rivers' Presentation by Mark Hauser
Aug
18
2:30 PM14:30

'Our Rivers' Presentation by Mark Hauser

Historic photos, maps and diagrams show the fascinating history of the Chicago River. Presenter Mark Hauser will share it with you–from the post-glacial world, through European exploration and exploitation, to the modern city with a troubled (albeit cleaner) river. Learn about the challenges facing the Chicago River today and how you can help.

Active with the Friends of the Chicago River since 2007, Mark Hauser manages the Chicago River Schools Network. He trains volunteers in restoration projects such as repairing gullies, monitoring wildlife habitat, and conducting plant surveys. Mark teaches ecology classes for NEIU, UIC, Loyola University, DePaul University, and Roosevelt University.

This event is sponsored by West Cook Wild Ones.

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12th Annual Micro Brew Review
Aug
17
3:00 PM15:00

12th Annual Micro Brew Review

Join Seven Generations Ahead in downtown Oak Park on Saturday, August 17, for brews, bites and tunes at the largest zero-waste craft beer fest in the Midwest!

Enjoy a great beer festival and help raise vital funds for Seven Generations Ahead, an environmental non-profit working to promote healthy and sustainable communities.

Featuring inventive brews from 80+ of the Midwest's finest craft breweries, live music and small plates from restaurants that serve local, sustainable food, this is one of Chicagoland's top craft beer festivals of the summer.

And with nothing from the event going to landfill, by coming to this event you're doing a good thing for the planet too!

The Oak Park Micro Brew Review is a fundraising event. Tickets are non-refundable.

See all of the amazing BREWERS here.

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Repair Cafe
Aug
17
10:00 AM10:00

Repair Cafe

  • Oak Park Senior Citizens' Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Repair Cafes are free meeting places, and they’re all about fixing things, rather than throwing them away. At the Repair Cafe, you’ll find the tools and materials to help you make any repairs you need. You’ll also find repair specialists to help you, such as electricians, seamstresses, jewelry experts, carpenters, and general fix-it folks. They usually meet on the 3rd Saturday of the month from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Oak Park Senior Citizens’ Center, 414 S. Oak Park Ave., in Oak Park.

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Kayak the Pond #6
Aug
14
6:00 PM18:00

Kayak the Pond #6

  • Trailside Museum of Natural History (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Learn to kayak on Trailside’s pond. All materials and instruction are provided. $5/person or $10/family. Please sign up in advance for one session only. No groups.

Session 1: 2pm
Session 2: 6pm

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: Call Trailside at 708-366-6530.

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Kayak the Pond #5
Aug
14
2:00 PM14:00

Kayak the Pond #5

  • Trailside Museum of Natural History (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Learn to kayak on Trailside’s pond. All materials and instruction are provided. $5/person or $10/family. Please sign up in advance for one session only. No groups.

Session 1: 2pm
Session 2: 6pm

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: Call Trailside at 708-366-6530.

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Birds, Bees, and Butterflies: A Native Garden Tour
Aug
10
1:00 PM13:00

Birds, Bees, and Butterflies: A Native Garden Tour

  • Trailside Museum of Natural History (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This tour offers you an opportunity to visit 8 private and public gardens in Oak Park and River Forest that are brimming with life and beauty. The host gardeners are excited to walk you through these treasured spaces. Each stop on the tour is unique, reflecting each gardener’s interests. You will see and hear about how these gardens are making important contributions to sustaining life on this planet.

Many of the plants on view are not widely known or used in gardens, so here's your chance to learn about Illinois’ unique, under-used plants. Let's develop a sense of place that reflects Illinois’ rich natural history heritage too.

You will receive a map by e-mail the day before the tour. Be sure to check your e-mail on Friday 8/9. :)

Online ticket sales end 8/8/19 at 11:59 PM. You can purchase tickets the day of event for $15 non-members and $12 for Wild Ones members at Trailside Museum. Children attend free. With support from PlanIt Green and Interfaith Green Network.

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Friends of the Fox River Annual Craft Beer FUNdraiser
Aug
5
7:00 PM19:00

Friends of the Fox River Annual Craft Beer FUNdraiser

  • Bandito Barney's Beach Club and Bordello (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Sample new local craft beers, win some great deals on goods and services from favorite local businesses at a silent auction, and take chance at winning an awesome raffle prize!

Admission is $45 at the door. Current members pay just $25!

ALL proceeds directly to support Friends of the Fox River’s work to clean, restore, and protect the Fox River.

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Green Built Home Tour, Day 2
Aug
4
10:00 AM10:00

Green Built Home Tour, Day 2

Join the Illinois Green Alliance to tour sustainable, healthy homes in Northern Illinois. Meet the builders, designers, and homeowners behind the green homes, experience the latest sustainable home technologies in action, and learn what you can do in your own home. Passport Tickets are now available for the 2019 tour. More information coming soon about the homes featured on this year’s tour!

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Film Screening 'Right to Harm'
Aug
3
7:00 PM19:00

Film Screening 'Right to Harm'

An exposé on the public health impact of factory farming across the United States, told through the eyes of residents in five rural communities. Filmmakers Matt Wechsler and Annie Speicher skillfully weave together stories of farmers, mothers, scientists and politicians from the American Southwest to the Eastern Shore, each sharing how their lives were forever changed by factory farming. Known formally as Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations – or CAFOs – these facilities produce millions of gallons of untreated waste that destroys the quality of life for nearby neighbors.

The film features agricultural economist John Ikerd, who abandoned industry beliefs after a 14-year career as a livestock marketing specialist. After the farm crisis of the 1980s he realized, “The farmers who were in the biggest trouble, were the ones doing the things we so-called experts were telling them to do.”

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History Walk at Evans Field Forest
Aug
3
10:00 AM10:00

History Walk at Evans Field Forest

Once the home of the eponymous Wallace Evans Game Farm, history here is shared by Native Americans, early settlers, a 1930s Civilian Conservation Corps camp, and now generations of hikers, bicyclists and fans of nature. We’ll walk past a marsh and through woods along the Des Plaines River that are home to diverse flora and fauna. Along the way we might meet Wallace Evans and his father Samuel, Ernest Hemingway, and the mostly anonymous CCC workers.

Tickets are $10 each. Click here to purchase tickets. For questions, call 708-848-6755.

Co-hosted by the Forest Preserve’s Trailside Museum and led by retired naturalist John Elliott. Evans Field Forest Preserve is east of Thatcher Ave. at the intersection with Bloomingdale. Meet at the east end of the parking lot at 10 a.m. on August 3.

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Green Built Home Tour, Day 1
Aug
3
10:00 AM10:00

Green Built Home Tour, Day 1

Join the Illinois Green Alliance to tour sustainable, healthy homes in Northern Illinois. Meet the builders, designers, and homeowners behind the green homes, experience the latest sustainable home technologies in action, and learn what you can do in your own home. Passport Tickets are now available for the 2019 tour. More information coming soon about the homes featured on this year’s tour!

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Peace in the Park #2
Jul
23
7:00 PM19:00

Peace in the Park #2

Feeling stressed out by the fast pace on your daily routine? What better way to reset your clock than by taking the time to reconnect with the natural world around you. Join us for this relaxing program at Austin Gardens. Each session we will focus on a new way of slowing down and taking time to relax. From yoga and meditation to sketching and journaling you're sure to feel rejuvenated and ready to take on the day. Cost is $15 for residents and $19 for non-residents.

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Showcase Edible Garden Tour + Memorial Potluck Dinner
Jul
21
4:00 PM16:00

Showcase Edible Garden Tour + Memorial Potluck Dinner

In memory of Eco-Champion Sally Stovall

Deep Roots Project and Green Community Connections invite the community to see and taste the beauty of this showcase edible garden between 4 and 8 p.m. Sunday, July 21, at the home of Estelle Carol, 323 S. East Ave., Oak Park. Bringing a dish and/or beverage to share is not required but is greatly appreciated.

July 21 Schedule:

• 4 to 6 p.m. showcase garden tours + potluck appetizers
• 6 to 8 p.m. potluck dinner
• 7 p.m. sing along (songs to remember Sally chosen by her children)

This garden is dedicated to Sally Stovall, local eco-champion and co-founder of Green Community Connections, who died suddenly on May 21. To learn more about Sally's wide-ranging environmental work, go here.

RSVP here on EventBrite to help us anticipate attendance.

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Adopt-a-Block Party & Alley Clean-Up
Jul
20
10:00 AM10:00

Adopt-a-Block Party & Alley Clean-Up

Begin at 10 a.m. when the Village of Oak Park will provide gloves, bags, containers and explain best practices for disposing of waste. Cleanup will take place on the 500 S. blocks of Elmwood and Gunderson and the alley between them, also on Adams St. Then at 11 a.m., it’s time to party with your neighbors. There will be music, food, and soft drinks available. Sponsored by Our Planet Automotive, in memory of Sally Stovall, Oak Park’s green guru.

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Sugar Beet Edible Garden Tour
Jul
20
10:00 AM10:00

Sugar Beet Edible Garden Tour

At the peak of growing season you will get an insider's peek into the edible gardens of our neighbors in Oak Park, River Forest, Berwyn and Austin.  You are invited into beautiful private and verdant community gardens to learn more about urban agriculture and get inspired to grow your own food!  This is a day of learning, fun and enjoyment!  No dogs, please.

Ticket Sales and Map pickup the day of the tour 9am-1pm at

Sugar Beet Food Co-op 812 Madison Oak Park, IL

BUY TICKETS IN ADVANCE TO SAVE!
PREORDER TICKETS
KIDS (10+) - $8
ADULTS (18+) - $15 (SAVE $5 OFF OF DAY OF EVENT PRICING) ADULT SUGAR BEET FOOD CO-OP OWNER - $12

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE
DAY OF EVENT - ADULT TICKETS $20 KIDS $10 - AVAILABLE AT THE CO-OP ONLY.

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Repair Cafe
Jul
20
10:00 AM10:00

Repair Cafe

Repair Cafes are free meeting places, and they’re all about fixing things, rather than throwing them away. At the Repair Cafe, you’ll find the tools and materials to help you make any repairs you need. You’ll also find repair specialists to help you, such as electricians, seamstresses, jewelry experts, carpenters, and general fix-it folks. They usually meet on the 3rd Saturday of the month from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Oak Park Senior Citizens’ Center, 414 S. Oak Park Ave., in Oak Park.

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Kayak the Pond #4
Jul
17
6:00 PM18:00

Kayak the Pond #4

  • Trailside Museum of Natural History (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Learn to kayak on Trailside’s pond. All materials and instruction are provided. $5/person or $10/family. Please sign up in advance for one session only. No groups.

Session 1: 2pm
Session 2: 6pm

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: Call Trailside at 708-366-6530.

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Kayak the Pond #3
Jul
17
2:00 PM14:00

Kayak the Pond #3

  • Trailside Museum of Natural History (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Learn to kayak on Trailside’s pond. All materials and instruction are provided. $5/person or $10/family. Please sign up in advance for one session only. No groups.

Session 1: 2pm
Session 2: 6pm

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: Call Trailside at 708-366-6530.

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