Early Chicago

EDGEBROOK HSITORICAL SOCIETY PRESENTS

“Early Chicago: Fort Dearborn, the People & How They Lived

Tuesday, June 13, 6:30 PM • Volunteer Resource Center, 6100 N Central Ave

  • GENERAL MEETING — 6:30 PM
  • SPEAKER PRESENTATION — 7:00 PM

Guest Speaker: Joseph Geringer

Please join the Edgebrook Historical Society as we learn about the early years of Chicago. Historian, author, and lecturer Joseph Geringer will explain how people lived, what they ate and how they enjoyed themselves. He will have old historic maps of Chicago for viewing.

ALL WELCOME
Program and light refreshments are FREE to members.

    Non-members: Suggested Donation — JOIN US

  • Individual Membership – $10
  • Family Membership – $15
  • Sponsor Level – $25
  • Benefactor Level – $100

There is free parking on-site.

Building is wheelchair accessible, including the bathrooms.


Maker Fun Factory

Monday, July 31 – Friday, August 4, 6:30PM – 8:30 PM • Edgebrook Lutheran Church, 5252 W Devon Ave

Join us all week long for a VBS you won’t forget! This year, we’re having a blast with Maker Fun Factory.

This free event is for preschool-5th grade, from July 31st through August 4th. We’ll have music, games, story, and snack time each day, and a picnic on Friday for everyone!

For more information and to register, check out our website: https://vbspro.events/p/events/edgebrookvbs


Summer 2017 Kumbaya Chess-Ed Camps

June 12-16 • St. Luke’s Lutheran Church in Park Ridge, 205 N Prospect

June 26-30 • Edgebrook Lutheran Church in Chicago, 5252 W Devon

Kumbaya Chess-Ed summer camps help children grow in their individual skill level. Professional teachers provide high-level instruction, supervised game play and feedback.

Register TODAY at:
2017KUMBAYACHESSCAMPS.EVENTBEE.COM

Come and improve all your chess skills for greater success with your games.

Chess-Ed is the premier provider of school chess enrichment classes and the sponsor of Kumbaya tournaments, workshops and summer camps. Kumbaya teaches skills that last a lifetime: focus, patience and problem solving.

Tell me more.

To learn about Chess-Ed, please visit www.chess-ed.com Or email info@chess-ed.com.


2017 Congressional Art Competition

Congressman Mike Quigley invites you to…

…submit your work for a chance to have your art displayed in the US Capitol in Washington, DC.

Open to high school juniors and seniors residing in the 5th Congressional District.

For more information, contact you art teacher or reach Congressman Quigley’s office at (773) 267-5926.

Or visit: quigley.house.gov/services/art-competition.


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