Edgewater Dog Park Landscaping Day (Saturday, July 20th)

The Edgewater Dog Park is kept and maintained by community volunteers who are organizing a volunteer landscaping day to spread some much-needed mulch across the park on Saturday, July 20th, 8 – 10:30 AM

The primary task is to shovel and spread mulch inside the park and at the park entrance. If you have a wheelbarrow, shovel or rake it will probably come in handy!

You can learn more about the event here: https://www.facebook.com/edgewaterdogpark/

Edgewater Glen Chosen for the Historical Society’s 2019 Edgewater Home Tour

On Sunday, September 15, 2019 (rain or shine), the Edgewater Historical Society will be featuring the Edgewater Glen neighborhood and, for $25 per person, you will receive a guided tour through several of its historic homes. You will also receive a souvenir Tour Booklet containing a map of the neighborhood and descriptions of each home on the Tour.

For more information about this year’s tour, you can visit the Edgewater Historical Society’s 2019 Home Tour Preview

Resurfacing of Clark Street Begins Tomorrow, Tuesday July 16

According to an announcement by Alderman Osterman today, crews will begin resurfacing Clark St. between Foster and Bryn Mawr tomorrow.

“Resurfacing will take place in two phases:

• Phase 1 will be Clark Street from Foster to Balmoral. Grinding of the street will begin tomorrow, Tuesday, July 16, and will last one day. Once complete, repaving will begin the next business day.

• Phase 2 will be Clark Street from Balmoral to Bryn Mawr. Grinding will begin once Phase 1 is complete.

The restoration of Clark Street’s stamped crosswalks will occur at a later date. Crews will paint temporary crosswalks for safety purposes.”

Edgewater Castle Football Club Featured on Soccer Cooligan’s Podcast

“Edgewater Castle Football Club is Chicago’s newest soccer club, dedicated to providing opportunities to players and fans of the beautiful game in Uptown, Edgewater & Roger Park. Soccer has become an almost inaccessible sport to many in the United States, due to the commercialization of the game at every level. ECFC hopes to become the most accessible soccer club in America, providing high-level gameplay opportunities to the best players in our neighborhoods, while also providing free recreational playing opportunities and special soccer related events throughout the year.” – ECFC

Related Link: Edgewater Castle Football Club builds community through soccer