It’s winter and we haven’t seen you in a bit… so we thought we’d do a fun, family-friendly night out! Where to? How about… ROLLER DERBY!
What could be more fun than hanging out with your neighbors? Doing so while watching some fun Roller Derby!
We’ve got a bus to take us there, discounted tickets, and kids 17 and under are FREE. That’s right, FREE!
HPWNA Cabin Fever Night Out
Saturday, February 28
Chicago RedHots vs. Happy Camper Rollergirls (Ft. Wayne)
$10 bus ride includes 1 drink ticket + $12 derby ticket = $22 per adult
Kids 17 and under are FREE on the bus and at the game!
Game time is 5:30 pm at Cicero Stadium.
Bus will pick us up at 4:30 pm from Brisku’s Bistro (4100 N. Kedzie).
Game ends about 7:15 pm and the bus brings us back to Brisku’s – where we can keep the party going if we wish!
To get tickets, go to: http://chicagoredhotsderby.com/fanbus. You’ll need to add each Adult ticket for the Feb 28th game to your cart separately, then at checkout use the code HPWNAOUTING for our special $22 combo ticket price.
To reserve FREE kids’ tickets and/or seats for the kiddos on the bus, fill out this super-quick form.
Want to join us but prefer not to take the bus? Go to http://www.redhotsderby.com/tickets and use the code HPWNAOUTING to receive the discounted, $12 tickets.
The January edition of our HPWNA Neighborhood News is now online – there’s some exciting stuff in there! The upcoming Aldermanic Candidate Forum, exciting business development, lots happening in Horner Park and more!
Also, did you know you can read past issues of HPWNA Neighborhood News at your leisure? Just click the Neighborhood News Archive menu item above.
New schedule. New place. New day. New time.
Things are changing for our CAPS beat, Beat 1724
The good news is that our beat meeting now will be held every month, instead of every other month.
The trade-off is the meeting no longer will be at Horner Park. Instead, it will be at the 17th District police station, 4650 N. Pulaski.
The meeting day is moving, to the third Wednesday of each month, and the time is moving to 6:30 p.m.
Finally, our beat meeting will be held in conjunction with Beats 1722 and 1723, the beats adjacent to ours, in a so-called ‘sector’ meeting.The hope is that by holding sector meetings, there will be more shared information and a more coordinated response by the neighborhoods.
These changes are being done on a trial basis, so please participate and let the CAPS coordinators know your opinion.
Next meeting: Wednesday, Jan. 21, 6:30 p.m. at the 17th District Station 4650 N. Pulaski Rd., in the community room.
CAPS stands for Chicago Alternative Policing Strategy
Join us for a discussion with the 3 candidates for Alderman of the 33rd Ward, moderated by Dan Ponce, WGN TV.
See the 33WardForum Facebook page and invite your friends and neighbors to the event on Facebook.
Follow along on Twitter, @33WardForum, #33WardForum.
33rd Ward Aldermanic Candidate Forum
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Bateman Elementary Auditorium
4220 N. Richmond, Chicago
– Enter Auditorium via Sacramento entrance to the school.
– Parking available in the school lot, enter the lot from Sacramento.
– CTA Brown Line Francisco/Kedzie, Montrose bus (78) Irving bus (80).
Ald. Deb Mell
This event is organized and co-hosted by 8 area neighborhood organizations:
Albany Park Neighbors
Avondale Neighborhood Association
Horner Park West Neighborhood Association
Irving Park East Neighborhood Association
People of East Albany Park (PEAP) block club
Ravenswood Manor Improvement Association
TRIP – The Residents of Irving Park
West River Park Neighbors
We hope you and yours have
a safe and wonderful holiday season
and a Happy New Year!
We look forward to another great year in 2015
with you, our fabulous neighbors.
Your Friends @ HPWNA