IC-SS News 05-23-22

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Indivisible Chicago-South Side shares information and action announcements from other organizations on issues important in our country, state, city, and communities.

Saturday, May 28: Save the Point Again! 

The Promontory Point Conservancy writes:Join Promontory Point Conservancy for the first annual Point Day celebration, all day on Saturday, May 28 at the Point! Featuring…

  • Art-making, music, dance, and theater performances
  • Games & activities for kids
  • Free firewood for grilling at the fire pits
  • Landscape architectural walking tours
  • Blessing of the Animals

… and more! Bring your friends, family, pets and a picnic blanket.

Point Day commemorates the birthday of Alfred Caldwell, the landscape architect who designed the Point in the Prairie Style.

In 1937-38, the existing limestone step-stone revetment was constructed as a WPA project that paved the entire Chicago lakefront with limestone blocks. The Point hosts the only remaining section of the original WPA limestone revetment.

The limestone at the Point is again under threat by the city’s plan to demolish it and replace it with concrete–a plan that is more expensive, less aesthetically pleasing, less environmentally sound, and less durable than a true preservation approach. We know that most of the existing limestone can be repaired and retained. #SaveThePointAgain

Read more about the event here.
Interested in volunteering on Point Day? Fill out this form.

Questions? Email info@promontorypoint.org

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