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Community Wellness Fair and Block Party

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Date: Saturday, August 18, 2018
Time: 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Location: Erie House Little Village Center | 4225 W 25th Street | Chicago, IL 60623

Get ready for a healthy start to the new school year at our Community Wellness Fair and Back-to-School Block Party!

We'll block off W 25th Street between Keeler and Kildaire in the South Lawndale/Little Village neighborhood for a block party-style celebration, where you'll find fun activities for the whole family. Kids will receive a backpack and supplies for the new school year. Also, take advantage of free resources and information from numerous local businesses and community partners.

Admission is free.

Our Vendors

Citizens Utility Board (CUB)
Gads Hill Center
El Valor
The Ruth M. Rothstein Core Center
Enlace Chicago
Epiphany Catholic School
Our Lady of Tepeyac Schools
Erie Family Health Centers
IHDA
City of Chicago Mayors Office For People with Disabilities
Lincoln Park Zoo
Pilsen Wellness Center
Keep Your Heart Healthy – Northwestern Medical School

Our Sponsors

Violence Prevention Collaborative

Vendor Information

For information on becoming a vendor, please contact Anabel Perez at aperez-molina@eriehouse.org or (773) 542-7617.

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For more information, contact:

Anabel Perez
773-542-7617
aperez-molina@eriehouse.org

About Erie Neighborhood House

Erie offers nationally accredited preschool and after school care for children ages two to 12; college preparation, academic enrichment, personal development, apprenticeships, and recreational opportunities for at-risk teens; English as a Second Language (ESL), Adult Basic Education, citizenship assistance services, and workforce preparation for adults; health and leadership development for youth and adults; counseling, case management and preventative services for families; and technology instruction for all ages.

Erie Neighborhood House (ENH) is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization that reaches 4,500 people annually, empowering them to build better lives while strengthening their communities. ENH offers Chicago’s Latino and diverse low-income residents a range of community-based education programs. With forward-thinking leadership, ENH is committed to continuing its legacy of cost effective, award-winning programming.

 
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