The Ravenswood Neighbors Associations hosts multiple events throughout the year as a way to connect our neighbors to our neighborhood, and have fun!

Upcoming Events…

Ravenswood Garden Walk & Flower Happy Hour

Saturday August 6th – Garden Walk 9am -2pm

Sunday August 7th– 2-5pm at Cultivate by Forbidden Root (4710 N. Ravenswood)

Our first ever Garden Walk- explore the native gardens planted by the RNA gardening initiatives, tour your neighbors’ gardens, and join us for an afternoon of drinks provided by our friends at Cultivate by Forbidden Root and raffles prizes from Prairie Friends Nursery at our Flower Happy Hour fundraiser. Suggested attire: Floral Chic.

Facebook Event: https://fb.me/e/1lGdW1Ofm

Light Up Nights

December 16-18, 2022

Our third annual Light Up Nights! Decorate your home and register as a stop on the walking map, join in the Best-Decked competition, or just walk around with some warm hot cocoa.

Facebook Event: https://fb.me/e/2a85tbweu

Front Yard Free-Cycle

Saturday, May 21st 2022

Like a Yard Sale, But Free!
Hosted with the Ravenswood Free Box
Register your home as a stop on the map here: https://forms.gle/24CqJnvfzdypYVFP9

Facebook Event here: https://fb.me/e/66mgREv6h

MAP is live, below!

FAQ’s:

Q: What is a Free-Cycle?
A: It’s like a yard sale, but free!

Q: Will there be things for sale?
A: In the spirit of reduce, reuse, recycle anything registered on the official map is a free-offering. There should be no exchange of monies.

Q: Is this a ticketed event?
A: NO! This is a free public event, and there are no tickets needed to attend. Anyone claiming an offer on tickets should be considered a spammer.

Q: Where is the Map?
A: The Map will be published here and on our facebook event page on 5/16/2022

Q: How to I register my free stuff?
A: You can register your home, here: https://forms.gle/UTo92VfWDckZKCbu5

Q: Where do I start?
A: This is a self-guided “shopping” experience. Our recommendation is to get a beverage or some breakfast in the neighborhood and then pick a direction to walk- there will be plenty of homes! For the more detail oriented free-cycler, there will be listings of what each home is offering on the map, you can plot your way early, after the map is published on May 16th.

Q: Do I have to be from the neighborhood?
A: To Give items and be registered on the map, you should live within 2 blocks of the borders of Montrose, Clark, Winnemac & Damen avenues.

Q: What’s there to eat in Ravenswood?
A: Ravenswood is home to plenty of amazing restaurants. For a quick morning bite, we recommend our cafes like Spoken Cafe, Broken Cup Cafe, Dollop, River Valley Market, Groundswell Coffee Roasters, Sweet Moon, R&A Breadbakers, & La Boulangerie!


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