Here are the photos from my 2017 calendars. I included astronomical events: meteor showers, total eclipse of sun and times of full moonrise and moonset. I’ve got free calendars for people who attend the birding group, people who attend my nature walks, people who attend or help in my dog training classes and people who attend JPAC (Jackson Park Advisory Committee) meetings about the future of Jackson Park. If I still have extra calendars in mid January, I will be happy to donate one to your child’s classroom. I also sell calendars for $15. I can drop them off if you have a safe delivery place in Hyde Park or I can hang them on my door (53rd and Dorchester) and you can pick them up there
Moon watch — Tuesday December 13– meet at the lake near the Field House on the Point at 4:25 for an 4:34 moonrise. There is a parking lot and an underpass at 55th and Lake Shore Drive.
There is more information after my photos about why I think it is so important for people who do not want a music venue building (Project 120’s Phoenix Pavilion) to be build in Jackson Park behind the Museum of Science and Industry to attend these monthly meetings.
Canis Sapiens’ Dog Calendar http://www.hydeparkdogtraining.com
Although most of the 100+ people who attended the May meeting with the Chicago Park District CEO convened by Leslie Hairston (38 spoke against it, 4 spoke for it), most of the regular attenders of JPAC meetings are pro-Project 120’s Phoenix Pavilion pictured below:
Sara Paretsky’s letter to the editor of the Sun Times
This map needs to be updated: As of the May meeting, the Chicago Park District CEO said the basketball courts would not be moved. He also said only bicycles and pedestrians would be allowed on the rebuilt Darrow Bridge (no road connecting LSD and Cornell).
This poster was presented at a Project 120 meeting. Patricia O’Donnell told me that 1300 trees and shrubs had been cut down in Wooded Isle and the surrounding areas. My orange-colored comments say I don’t want more trees cut down for a Music Pavilion or a Great Lawn.
This is a view of the proposed Great Lawn. As of May of this year, the basketball courts will not be moved but the tennis courts will be destroyed, bark park relocated, golf range relocated, free parking removed and lots of paid parking removed plus LOTS of trees destroyed.