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Saturday, April 27, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM • Edgebrook Library, 5331 W. Devon Ave, 1st Floor Common Area
Grow your own private library at this Everyday Edgebrook- sponsored used book sale event. Items will be priced at $0.50 or $1.00, and the sale will be held in the common area on the first floor. All proceeds will benefit Edgebrook Library.
Edgebrook Library accepts donations of books, DVDs, audiobooks, music CDs, and more for children, teens and adults year-round. Donations must be in very good condition and should be brought into the library and given to a staff member at the circulation desk.
Ask your librarian or visit chipublib.org for more information.
The ECA is proud to support Edgebrook - Sauganash Baseball.
Our team, this year, is the Twins Minor 10.
Check the schedule and stop by to root for your team.
Saturday, May 4, 11:00 AM • Edgebrook Library, 5331 W. Devon Ave, 2nd Floor Community Room
Jill Thompson, creator of Scary Godmother and Eisner award winning artist, will host a talk on comic creation, storytelling and her experiences as a female comic creator. She will talk through script creation, plot development, layouts and artworks to demonstrate and detail the creative process that goes into making comics a reality.
Jill will also do a live art demonstration and will take questions during and after the demonstration. Free comics will be distributed after the program while supplies last.
Online registration is required. Click here to register or for more information.
This event is sponsored by the Edgebrook Community Association.
Saturday, May 11, 10 AM - 1 PM • Edgebrook Library, 5331 W. Devon Ave, 2nd Floor Community Room
Are you ready to garden?
Attend the Third Annual Seed & Plant Swap and pick up seeds and advice, share gardening success stories, contribute some seeds that did well in your garden last year, take home a new variety of tomato plant, and get help from Lisa Hilgenberg.
Click here for more information about the Seed Swap.
Special Presentation at 11 AM
Home gardeners are invited to visit the Edgebrook Seed Library which opened on March 2, 2019 at the Edgebrook Branch Library.
Read more about the Seed Library.
In accordance with the ECA's current Constitution and By-Laws, the Edgebrook Community Association announces that it is asking its members to adopt the revised Constitution and By-Laws. The formal announcement will be made on March 28 at the General Meeting at Edgebrook School and a vote to adopt the revised Constitution and By-Laws will be taken at the next General Meeting following.
View the proposed Constitution & By-Laws.
Check the ECA's website for further information.
The ECA Board photographed on February 11, 2019.
back row: Craig Caimi, Beverly Padratzik, Tom Misiewicz, Dennis Henley, Nora Shea, Kevin Haran, Ewa Ryan, Christine Rosenberg, Justin Ochonicki, Jennifer Herren, Tom Kraft
Not pictured: Jennifer Carlson, Michelle Christensen, Caryn Meyers, Lidia Pomaville, Jerome Witte
Our Current Newsletter
The ECA's Spring 2019 Newsletter appeared in the April 13 issue of the Nadig Reporter. You can also read it here.
Nothing to do? Visit the library.
The ECA supports our Library
Take a look at what's being offered at the Edgebrook Branch Library. In addition to books, movies, music, and reference materials, our library has a wealth of interesting, educational, and fun programming.Take a look.
The City of Chicago’s primary concern is keeping the major traffic arteries clear. Plowing side streets is a much lower priority for the Department of Streets and Sanitation.
The ECA, on the other hand, is concerned about emergency vehicle access to our side streets as well as the ability of our neighbors to get out of the neighborhood and off to work in a timely fashion.
The ECA notifies our plowing contractor when snow fall reaches four inches. The contractor clears a path down the center of the street. The goal is not total snow removal, but rather the creation of an access path for emergency vehicles as well as egress for our neighbors.
The ECA provides snow plow service to this area, excluding the major city streets.
Call the ECA Snow Plowing HOTLINE (312) 560 4342.