This weekend’s spring-like weather means only one thing: Bloomingdale Community Day 2017 is just around the corner! As usual, Bloomingdale’s biggest event will be held the Saturday after Mother’s Day. (This year the event is May 20.)
We need your help to plan the Community Day! The event is a success only with the help of many volunteers. We need you, and our first volunteer meeting is THIS WEDNESDAY!
Hope to see you there!
On Thursday, January 26 and Friday, January 29, there will be tree work in Crispus Attucks Park. Arborists will be trimming tree branches, lopping dead branches, and removing some trees that are either dead or past their safe lifespan. The arborists will use equipment ranging from pole pruners to chainsaws.
Be safe, and please avoid areas of the park where this work is ongoing!
Crispus Attucks Park doesn’t manage itself! Join us Tuesday, January 10 for the next quarterly meeting of Crispus Attucks Development Corporation. We’ll update on progress made in 2016 and begin to plan 2017. Share your input and volunteer to take on a role. Remember, the park runs entirely on volunteers!
We hope you will join us!
Crispus Attucks Park needs volunteers to get ready for winter! Meet us this Saturday, November 19, to help mulch flowerbeds, prune trees, plant bulbs, clean up leaves, and dig out a post. We’ll have coffee and snacks!
We only have a few workdays a year, and this will be our last one for 2016. See you in the memory garden at 9am!
Join Crispus Attucks Park Sunday, November 6, 3-5:30pm for a cocktail party and fundraiser! Have a fun afternoon with your neighbors–and bring your checkbook :)!
Come and get the latest updates about Crispus Attucks Park, and enjoy a raffle, tasty bites to eat, cocktails, a raffle, and the company of your friendly neighbors! If you would like to volunteer during the fundraiser or donate to the raffle, please let us know!
Crispus Attucks Park is fully open to the public, but it is not a city park and receives NO money from the government. Crispus Attucks Park is operated and maintained by CADC, a non-profit organization made up entirely of volunteers and park neighbors.
100% of donated funds go directly to the protection, maintenance, upkeep and development of the park. Your support is critical to ensure Crispus Attucks Park remains an inviting green space for the entire community!
Can’t make the fundraiser, but still want to support Crispus Attucks Park? Donate securely anytime on the website.
Hope to see you there!