Sunday can be spent walking and talking in Evanston

September 8, 2012 by  

Tomorrow afternoon, September 9, a culturally enriching walk will get into stride, starting at PeaceAble Cities located at 303 Dodge Avenue in Evanston, Illinois.

This event is open to everyone and the public is invited to bring their families and learn more about people from around the world. During the walk, people will leave the Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation on Dodge Avenue, while chatting to other people from all age ranges who live, study, and work in the Evanston area.

While on the move, a tour will be provided through a variety of community centers. Guests are invited to explore these to learn more about the work these center do within the community.

While walking, guests will meet new and interesting neighbors along the way, with free bus rides provided back to the beginning of the walk. This event gear towards assisting others in learning what a diverse and vibrant community Evanston has. For those who would like to tour the Leed Platinum Certified House of Worship as well, please arrive about half hour before the scheduled start time of 3:00 pm

Admission to this event is free and everyone is welcome to join in, although they should dress appropriately as it will go ahead regardless of the weather. Poster printing and flyer printing may have been used to spread the news about this great learning opportunity to the residents of Evanston, as well as surrounding communities. For more information, please visit the PeaceAble Cities Evanston website or call 847-475-5740.

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