Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Dunning Farmer's Market every Thursday morning from June 16th – August 25th. The market runs from 7am – 1pm and is free to attend here at Eli's Cheesecake Company located on 6701 W. Forest Preserve Drive.

Independence Park Advisory Committee presents...Summer Kickoff
3945 N. Springfield
Saturday, June 25th, 10am-1pm
Bounce house, face painting, Arts & Crafts and music
Visit www.independenceparkchicago.com for details.



Monday, November 30, 2015

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Discover Dunning Banner Program


Belmont Heights Businesses, buy banners! Give back by beautifying your community and making it a more vital and vibrant place. The Dunning Neighborhood Organization's Banner Program is making street lightpole banners available for sale at the low, low price of $225. Your business logo (or family name) can appear at the bottom of the banner. It's basically 24/7 promotion for your business for less than 62¢ a day. Good deal, but more importantly your sponsorship help declare community identity and pride. You can buy banners at http://www.dunningneighborhood.org/banners. Read all about it at http://www.dnainfo.com/chicago/20150601/dunning/new-banners-dunning-designed-prompt-second-look.





Monday, June 1, 2015

Annual Block Sale 3600 N Osceola

This is big. Check out the annual block long rummage sale on the 3600 block of North Osceola. Whatever it is you're looking for, they're probably going to have it.

Sat, May 30, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM







3600 N Osceola Ave
3600 N Osceola Ave, Chicago, IL, United States
Please stop by and check out the sale!

Monday, May 25, 2015

Maker Lab Pops Up at the Dunning Library

This is cool. Make a tchotchke or a heart valve at the pop-up maker lab at the Dunning Library.


Ride the Bobs Again...in your own mind!

Neat event at the Dunning Library reminisces the good old days at Riverview.




Thursday, April 30, 2015

Dunning Street Banners

Promote community identity, pride, and local business by sponsoring a street banner. Banners can be ordered online dunningneighborhood.org/banners.


Saturday, February 28, 2015

Help Out on Serious Hit and Run Accident

Community Alert 016th (Jefferson Park) District Hit & Run

Central Investigations Detail
Major Accident Investigation Unit



Alert 608-15-001
February 27, 2015
 Community Alert

Wanted for Leaving the Scene of a
     Personal Injury Traffic Crash
      016th ( Jefferson Park) District

About This Crime
On Tuesday, February 16, 2015, at approximately 6:25 p.m., a 55-year-old female was struck by an unknown vehicle while crossing the street on 3400 Block of North Harlem Ave.  As a result of the crash, the victim sustained serious personal injuries and is being treated at an area hospital in critical condition.  The driver of the striking vehicle fled the scene of the crash without identifying himself / herself or rendering aid to the victim.

About The Offending Vehicle
Pieces of a Toyota headlamp assembly and a blue/gray passenger side mirror were recovered at the scene.


Help is needed from the community in solving this crime. The Major Accident Investigation Unit encourages anyone who witnessed or has any information about this crash to contact Investigator Michael Deneen #19012 at:
312-745-4521.
Reference:  RD# HY-162664

Monday, February 9, 2015

Dibs is for Dopes!

Be a good neighbor, take your garbage off the street.

Thursday, December 11, 2014

ComEd Smart Meters Coming to Dunning Soon

Our area is among the first to have smart electric meters installed. The dates are little contradictory on the ComEd web site, but nevertheless it looks like they'll be complete deployment in this area before spring. Also visit the Citizen's Utility Board site for more information.


Upcoming 38th Ward Aldermanic Race Analysis

More trenchant analysis from Russ Stewart. It looks like the 2015 aldermanic elections will be quite heated in our corner of the city. Read all about it at russstewart.com.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

City's Electric Aggregation Program a Good Deal? Looks Like Not.

The city has partnered with Integrys to provide electricity to the City. You probably got the mailing. Your account will automatically get transferred (didn't this used to be called "slamming?") if you don't explicitly opt-out by Halloween. Do yourself a favor right away. Go to http://www.chicagopowercalculator.com to find out whether this will be a good deal for you. You'll enter the amount of electricity you used last winter and spring. You can get this information from http://www.comed.com if you haven't saved your bills.

I did the calculation and it turns out that by allowing my electricity account to be transferred will cause my monthly bill to almost double. I'm mailing my opt-out form today.