RNRA I Love River North Happy Hour – March 6th at River North Bistro & Twenty-Six Chicago

Join RNRA for the first I Love River North Happy Hour of 2024! Hosted by River North Bistro and Twenty-Six Chicago, it’s a great way to start the year off right, reconnecting with friends and neighbors and making new connections.

You will be welcomed with a cocktail at River North Bistro and then head upstairs to Twenty-Six for an open bar with wine, locally crafted beers, delicious appetizers and a stunning view of the city, courtesy of our generous hosts and sponsors and all included in your ticket price.

When: Wednesday, March 6 – 5:30-7:30 pm

Where: River North Bistro, 660 N State Street/Twenty-Six Chicago

Tickets: $40 in advance $50 at the door – Food & Beverage included

Raffle: $250 Gift Certificate to River North Bistro and one night stay for two at EuroStar Magnificent Mile Hotel. Raffle Tickets available at the event – $10 each or 3 for $20.

River North Bistro

 

Twenty Six – An Event Venue

 

20th Annual Run to Remember – Chicago Police Memorial Foundation

Register today for our 20th Annual Run to Remember on May 4th, 2024!  The Run to Remember is the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation’s annual 5K run/walk that raises funds to support families of fallen and catastrophically injured Chicago Police Officers.  To print a copy off this flyer CLICK HERE.

Join RNRA on Team Blue for Bauer. Let’s take home the trophy for our 18th District! Lets’s show our support!

EVENT DETAILS

WHEN


Saturday May 4th, 2024

WHERE


Gold Star Families Memorial & Park
1410 S Special Olympics Drive (formerly known as Museum Campus Drive)
Chicago, IL

TIMES


  • 8:00 am – Race Begins
  • 9:30am Junior Jog on Great Lawn, in front of Waterwall
  • Immediately After Race – Onsite After Party on Stadium Green in front of stage

Filming Notice – Wednesday March 6 – LaSalle Bridge

2024 March CAPS Beat Meetings

         Be part of the solution!

We encourage all residents to participate in their CAPS Beat Meeting. This is an opportunity for you to engage with your Beat Officers.

What is CAPS?  CAPS stands for Chicago Alternative Policing Strategy. CAPS is a partnership between police and community that is the foundation of community policing. CAPS uses Beats to develop relationships between the community and the police.

CAPS meetings offer city residents an  opportunity to address crime and safety issues directly with the beat officers who patrol their neighborhood, as well as to provide ongoing  feedback, which help the police to monitor crime issues.  The beat meeting is a chance to meet your neighbors and come up with strategies that affect the community.

To find your District & Beat, click HERE.

March 12  (Tuesday):  Beats 1822/1823  5:00 pm. and 6:00 p.m. at Holy Family Church, 542 W. Hobbie Street

March 13 (Wednesday):  Beat 1214  7:00 p.m. Eckhart Park, 1330 W. Chicago Avenue

March 14 (Tuesday):  Beats 1821/1824 5:00 pm. and 6:00 p.m. at Clark Street Apartments 1201 N. Clark Street

March 19 (Tuesday):  Beats 1831/1832 5:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. at Merchandise Mart (theMart) – 2nd floor Food Court

March 21 (Thursday):  Beats 1833/1834 5:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. at Northwestern University 303 E. Superior Street

See the full 18th District 2024 schedule and save the dates on your calendar Click Here.

See the full 12th District 2024 schedule and save the dates on your calendar Click Here.

 

CAPS Beat Meetings are also posted on the RNRA Event Calendar which can be found on RNRAChicago.org and on the My River North  mobile app.

 

Filming Notice – March 1, 4 and 6 (No Parking Tow/Zones and Intermittent Traffic Control

Support your local Firefighters! – Ignite the Spirit 2024 Calendar

Ignite the Spirit 2024 Calendar

Support your local Firefighters! The Ignite the Spirit 2024 Calendar is now available (Only $10!) Give back to those who selflessly and courageously serve our community. Ignite the Spirit is a charity established by the Chicago Fire Department. For more information, CLICK HERE.

18th Police District Council February Meeting

The 18th Police District Council February monthly meeting will be held on February 27 6PM at 100 W. North Ave (Wintrust Bank at NW corner of Clark St & North Ave).

The guest speakers are from the Chicago Police Board, an independent civilian body appointed by the Mayor that decides serious police disciplinary cases. The Police Board (PB) has been in the newspaper recently as a result of an arbitrator decision that may change its role.

Come and learn about the PB’s roles and responsibilities. The guest speakers are Paula Wolff, Vice President of the Chicago Police Board, and Max Caproni, Executive Director of the Police Board.

To RSVP (appreciated, but not required), CLICK HERE

Senior Citizen’s Law Enforcement Academy – Register today!

Attend the Senior Citizen Law Academy

The Cook County Sheriff’s Office and the Chicago Police Department invite you to attend the Senior Citizen’s Law Enforcement Academy.

The Academy is a six-week program designed to give seniors an overview of the responsibilities of law enforcement agencies in Cook County. The curriculum offers participants an in depth look at law enforcement agency operations, as well as specific crime prevention methods, including personal safety, gang and drug awareness, home protection and avoiding scams and con games.

To attend an academy in your area, or schedule one at your facility for your group of seniors, please call 708-865-7341.

CLICK HERE for a PDF of the flyer/

Coffee & Conversation with 18th District Commander – Wednesday December 20th 10:00 a.m.

Come and enjoy coffee and conversations with our  18th District Commander, Michael Barz.

When: Wednesday, December 20th at 10:00 a.m.

Where: – Merchandise Mart – Marshall’s Landing (on the second floor)

Home for the Howlidays- In December All Adoption Fees Waived at The Anti-Cruelty Society!

The Anti-Cruelty Society is waiving all fees for all animals in the month of December during our Home for the Howlidays adoption promotion! Throughout the entire month of December, we invite you to stop in and meet with our available dogs, cats, and small animals to see if it’s a good fit! For more information, CLICK HERE.

For a PDF of this flyer click here.