2331 CAPS Meeting
The Chicago Police Department holds
bi-monthly meetings to address issues in the
Although not combined with the Triangle Neighbors'
meeting, we hope you will join us to discuss the Halsted
Street Task Force, activity on Clark Street near Wrigley
Field, and Cubs Night Game parking enforcement.
Nookies Tree Restaurant
3334 N Halsted
7PM to 8PM
As part of the city's "Spring Clean and
Green" we'll be cleaning up our very own Space Park and
some of the parkways on the northern half of
Triangle. Come help us for 2-3 hours keep our
neighborhood beautiful. Tools provided but we recommend
you bring gardening gloves. Volunteers receive a
25% discount on bricks for the Recognition Wall for Space Park
if purchased in May 2007.
815-817 W Roscoe
Starts at 11AM
Bi-Monthly Meeting and Annual
Come see the work-in-progress designs for
Space Park and provide feedback. We'll be distributing
information about summer festivals and holding our
annual elections for Triangle Neighbor's officers.
867 W Buckingham
Lower Level - Back
7PM to 8:30PM
Meeting and Taste of Lake View
Join us at Sidetrack for an evening of
complimentary food and drink as LVCC holds its annual
meeting. Each year LVCC honors two individuals and
recognizes the accomplishments of its 12
member branches. LVCC will also
be having its annual elections for President and "Members
at Large". All Triangle Neighbors members who
have paid their 2007 dues are invited to
this free event and celebrate the "Tastes of Lake View" from
different restaurants around the
RSVP in advance by paying your Triangle
Dues - contact firstname.lastname@example.org
3349 N Halsted
Lake View Citizens' Council
All donations are
tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed under the
Spring is around the corner with the
nice weather we had last weekend. We're busy
designing Space Park and there's still time to
submit your design proposals! Because we were
unable to combine the CAPS meeting with our Triangle
Neighbor's meeting (as previously
announced), everyone will have until the Space Park
clean-up on May 5th to get their proposals in to us.
There are a lot of neighborhood events coming
up. This Saturday is the Health Fair
in the morning (free blood
pressure and cholesterol screenings) and
Inter-American's Fiesta Cultural in the afternoon.
We hope you can join us at all four events on the
Triangle Calendar. The CAPS meeting (on May 2nd),
the Spring Clean & Green (on May 5th), our Triangle
Neighbor's Meeting on May 9th (usual day/time), and the
LVCC Annual Meeting at Sidetrack (on May
It's that time of year for Triangle Neighbors'
annual elections. All due-paying members who
reside or work in Triangle's boundaries (Halsted, Clark,
and Addison) are eligible to run for one or more of
the Board positions and vote at the elections on
Wednesday, May 9th at 7PM. All Triangle Board
positions serve 1-year terms
- President (currently Jim
- Vice President
(currently John Becvar)
- Treasurer (currently
- Secretary (currently
- Representative to
LVCC (currently Jim Ludwig)
- Representative to
LVCC (currently John Becvar)
- Representative to
CDDC (currently John Becvar)
- Alternate Rep for
CDDC (currently Mary
We also have committee chair positions
for both the annual Halloween Parade and Space
Park. There's plenty to do so if
you have the slightest interest in getting more
involved with your neighborhood, contact email@example.com for more
details about what type of time commitment is required
for each position.
April 28 - Keep Lake View
LVCC, Illinois Masonic
Hospital and St. Joseph's Hospital are planning a joint forum to keep Lake View
Free cholesterol, blood glucose, and blood
pressure screenings will be offered.
Luke's Church (1500 W Belmont) from 9AM to 12N.
April 28 - Inter-American School
Fiesta Cultural is from 3 p.m.-8 p.m. on Sat. April
28th at 851 W Waveland. We welcome the Lakeview
community to come and celebrate with us! If anyone
is interested in being making a donation or being a
sponsor please have them contact firstname.lastname@example.org
are $10 at the door.
April 29 - Lakefront 10K
Due to the 10K race, all entrances
into Lincoln Park and the lakefront will be closed from
Belmont to Foster while runners are present (6AM -
May 12 - CLMA Mother's Day
On May 12, 2007, the corner of Clark and School
will be transformed into a beautiful open-air bazaar for
Mother's Day gifts and accessories. Merchants from Central Lake View
from shops to salons
to boutiques will have tables set up with special offers
and merchandise for Moms of all ages. Gift certificates
and packages will also be available at the event, as
well as free massage stations to give you a treat of
May 16 - Grease Sing-along
Help raise funds for the
survivors of the recent fire on Fremont by singing to
Grease! The Music Box Theater (Southport) opens
its doors for this fundraising event.
Tickets are $25. 7:30PM.
June 2-3 - Belmont-Sheffield Music
Some of the city's most popular restaurants, bars
and clubs including Sheffields', Berlin, Spin, Trader
Todd's and Leona's set the tone and ambiance for
the 23rd annual Belmont-Sheffield Music Fest,
benefitting the Central Lakeview Merchants
Association. This festival also features
arts, crafts, people watching and fashions.
Saturday noon to 10PM and Sunday noon to 9PM.
June 10 - Movie in the
Join Central Lakeview Merchants and
Hawthorne Neighbors (the branch immediately west of
Clark Street) for a complimentary movie in the
park. Hawthorne School at dusk.
June 18 - Halsted Tastes
The Taste of everything on
Halsted is back. Your ticket entitles you to taste
all the delictable offerings of the neighborhood
restaurants. Aldine/Halsted at 6PM.
June 23 - Pride Fest
with Kathy (Sister)
Hosted by (and benefiting) the
Northalsted Area Merchants Association -- the same group
behind the wildly popular Northalsted Market Days (set
for the weekend of August 11-12) -- this equally
crowd-pleasing gay and lesbian celebration of community
pride will be back bigger than ever in its 5th year!
Chicago Pride Fest showcases an eclectic lineup
of arts & crafts, food and other vendors. It also
features entertainment on two stages
, including one dedicated
to some of Chicago's finest GLBT performers, while the
other will spotlight this year's headliner: Kathy Sledge
from the legendary Sister Sledge of "We Are Family"
June 24 - Gay Pride
Each year, several hundred
thousand people converge on Halsted and Broadway to
watch and participate in the largest Gay Pride event in the
. The parade kicks-off at Belmont and
Halsted and goes north to Broadway. Turning down
Broadway, the parade goes south to Diversey.
Streets will be closed 10AM to