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Here's what's coming up in Evanston ...

Saturday, July 18, 10 a.m.

Advocates for Action hosts it's weekly Community Coffee

This week's guests are Henry Wilkins to talk about bringing a STEM school to Evanston's fifth ward, and Craig Lynch, the new CEO at Y.O.U.

Where: Streamed live on Facebook at Evanston Cradle to Career and Radio La Difference Chicago every Saturday morning and hosted by Kimberly Holmes-Ross and the Advocates for Action team.

Henry Wilkins

Saturday, July 18

ETHS graduates hold a food drive for families that have been affected by Covid-19

11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m: if you have food to donate, drop it off at parking lot 1.

2 p.m. to 6 p.m: if you need food, come and pick up a box!

Organized by Grace Sarkor and Parker English.

Where: ETHS parking lot 1.

Saturday, July 18, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The free Black Children’s Library Summer Pop-Up Series: Drumming, yoga for kids and families, an ancestral healing rally, food, fun, and giveaways

Where: Dawes Park on the Lake, 1700 Sheridan road

Sponsored by Robin Rue Simmons 5th Ward Alderman.

Featuring Brown Books & Paint Brushes and Real Men Charities.

Dr. Gilo Kwesi Cornell Logan of Dr. Logan Speaks will open with Libations.

Free food, good times, culture rich.


-- Evanston Cradle to Career -- Dear Evanston --Infrastructure Engineering Corporation -- Judge Lionel Jean Baptiste

Saturday, July 18, 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Litehouse Evanston presents "Flights and Dancing:"

Where: Litehouse Evanston, 1823 Church Street

Wine tasting! Bring your friends, bring a date, bring one of your favorite people and socially-distance with great wine, better music and their full restaurant menu available! Cost: $15

Sunday, July 19, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Free ice cream sponsored by the Evanston Fire Department and C&W Market and Ice Cream Parlor

Where: C&W Market and Ice Cream Parlor, 1902 Church Street

Free ice cream, while supplies last at C & W Market and Ice Cream Parlor, handed out to kids by EFD firefighters from Fire Station 3, shift 1.