ACCOMPLISH EARTH DAY ON A WHOLE NEW LEVEL
-APRIL 22nd ALL DAY EVENT-
Chicago South Side
Bike Architecture Tour | Trail Goodness | Native Plant Speaker | Afterparty Music & Drinks
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with address locations
Major Taylor Trail
Do Good & Feel Good | 9am-12pm
1030 W 111th St, Chicago, IL 60643.
Let's help the Major Taylor Trail get ready for summer by trimming trees and cleaning up debris. We will meet at the Major Taylor Mural where the trail meets 111th Street. (1030 W 111th St, Chicago, IL 60643.)
"Tools and work gloves will be available, as well as water and light snacks, provided by Friends of the Major Taylor Trail Group. Supportive boots or shoes are recommended. If you have a favorite pair of work gloves, bring them."
Wild Blossom Meadery
Lunch on the ridge | 1:30pm - 4pm
9030 S. Hermitage Ave. Chicago IL
How about sitting on the highest point in Chicago overlooking the Dan Ryan Woods & the North End of the Major Taylor Trail with an ancient alcoholic beverage made from fermented honey’ -Lunch at Wild Blossom Meadery, Winery and Brewery, a local bee keeper & wine maker. With Native Illinois wildflower seed sowing and hiking too.
Bike Ride through Beverly
Peaceful pedaling | 4pm -5pm
Architecture Galore! After lunch we'll ride to the only Castle in Chicago and do some peaceful pedaling through Chicago's Beverly neighborhood. Note: The architectural views here are pretty spectacular.
Horse Thief Hollow
After Party at Brewery | 5pm-Midnight
10426 S Western Ave, Chicago, IL
Food, Drinks, Band, and Free Bike Valet!!! We will drop in Horse Thief Hollow Brewing Co. for Special one of kind Earth Day themed Martinis | Locally Hand crafted beer brewed onsite | Flavorful cooking: Gumbo, crab cakes, slow-smoked bbq and more.
RETURN HOME: For anyone who biked from the city return home via 107th St Metra Train station conveniently located nearby. Last Metra Rock Island train to downtown leaves 107th St. at 11:13 p.m.
Alternate CTA transit options: 103rd St. bus or 95th St. bus (or ride) CTA Red Line Train 95th St. red line.
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"To immerse , educate, preserve & advance the history, culture, trails and native habitats of the Lower Lake Michigan Basin Area"
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