The NBC series “Chicago PD” filming in Ukrainian Village. Crews will be at work this Friday between 10am and late evening for filming on the 2100 block of Walton. Special effects will be in use as they will be filming a scene with a car on fire. Fire officials will be on the scene as well. Parking restrictions will include sections of 2100 Augusta and 1000 Leavitt, in addition to the 2100 block of Walton.
Come and join your neighbors today on the 2100 block of Walton for a huge family friendly block party. A bouncy house and basketball hoop are set up in the street. Summer in the neighborhood is a beautiful thing.
The Ukrainian Village Neighborhood Association is promoting a neighborhood-wide yard sale on Saturday May 30th.
So far 54 yard sales across the area and 5 artisan tables reserved at the main parking lot location at Augusta and Leavitt (#18 on the map)
In case of rain, please check this facebook invite page (https://www.facebook.com/events/1578588242406098/) for updates on times
If you want to host a yard sale and be part of our neighborhood-wide yard sale weekend (Saturday May 30th), just let us know which block you are on.
Example: 2200 block of Cortez, 900 block of Leaviit
RSVP Here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1578588242406098/
UVNA April Meeting
When and Where:
Next Thursday Night, April 23rd from 7pm to 8pm. To be held in the basement meeting room at St. Helen’s church (2347 W Augusta Blvd. The entrance is on Augusta at the bottom of the steps near the statue. A sign will be posted).
We will be joined by Lauren Crabtree from Active Transportation Alliance who will be giving a bike safety seminar.
We will hold a review of the UVNA and what role we play in the community for 2015.
We would like to have a discussion of the best things Ukrainian Village has to offer and how the UVNA can help in highlighting them. This includes some of the beautification projects we previously discussed.
More topics may be added in the next week, we will send out another reminder email before the 23rd.
We hope everyone can stop by, and we want to give a special thank you to Marianne Johnson and St. Helen’s School for letting us use this space for our meeting.