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Published every Thursday in the village of Evergreen Park, IL

March 26, 2020

Central Middle School Provides Free Meals

The Food Service Department is offering daily grab-and-go bagged breakfast and lunch, free of charge, to anyone 18 and younger. Pickup will be available from 9-11 a.m. at Central Middle School, 9400 S. Sawyer, at door 13W off the parking lot on Spaulding Avenue.


Full story available in the Evergreen Park Courier

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March 19, 2020

EPCHS Student Among Winners at SSC Art Exhibit and Festival

Fifteen EPCHS art students were among the 23 high schools from Illinois and Indiana who recently participated in the South Suburban College Regional High School Art Student Exhibit and Festival. The EPCHS art students participating in the event were Ciara Black, Lilah Brown, Mackenzie Hill, Courteney Hoover, Kathleen Jacobson, Vianey Martinez, Kelly McCarthy, Mary McDermott, Charles Novak, Grace Peart, Angelina Quiles, Chloe Sader, Caitlin Salhany, Julieanne Shannon and William Zurella.


Artwork was on display at the exhibit from January 27 to February 21. The following EPCHS students received awards: Kelly McCarthy – Best of School, Grace Peart – Best in Exhibition Overall – Runner Up – Two Dimensional Design, Vianey Martinez – SSC Art Merit Summer Scholarship Award for Sculpture, William Zurella – SSC Art Merit Summer Scholarship Award for Drawing, Chloe Sader – Great Clay Award, and Kelly McCarthy – American Academy of Art Summer Scholarship Award.


Full story available in the Evergreen Park Courier

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March 12, 2020

EPCHS to Present “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown”

The Peanuts Gang comes to visit Evergreen Park this weekend as the Evergreen Park High School Theatre Department presents the classic musical “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown” for two performances This weekend.

 

Performances are on Friday, March 13 at 7 p.m., and Saturday, March 14 at 7 p.m. as well. Adult tickets are $6, and Students/Seniors are $5. Advance tickets are available with a credit card at http://www.showtix4u.com (just type in the name of the show). You can also purchase tickets at the door.

For more information, contact the High School at 708-424-7400.


Full story available in the Evergreen Park Courier

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March 5, 2020

“Two Noisy Knights” Return to Evergreen Park for Show Saturday Night

Though the Annual Bristol Renaissance Faire is months away from opening in Wisconsin, the audiences in Evergreen Park can get a taste of the medieval comedy this coming weekend in the Performance Hall of the Evergreen Park Senior Center, 9547 S. Homan Ave.


“Two Noisy Knights” is performed by local residents Julius Fassl and Danny Sommers, who are mainstays at the summer festival and have created their own comedy team show of comedy, music and slapstick mayhem.  They will perform this show for the Evergreen Park Recreation Department Candlelight Theatre for one night only on the evening of Saturday, March 7 at 7:30 p.m.  


This is their second visit to Evergreen Park, as the show was originally performed to a packed house on Valentines Day, 2019.


Tickets for this 70-minute interactive Renaissance comedy experience are $12 for adults, and $10 for seniors/students. Kids under age 9 are admitted for $5. Though the Knights’ humor can be somewhat bawdy, they have created a very family-friendly show, and will encourage kids to join them on the stage after the show.


Tickets are available now at the Community Center, 3450 W. 97th St., which is your best idea in order to get priority table seating; or can be purchased at the Senior Center on the night of the performance. 


Full story available in the Evergreen Park Courier

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Danny Sommers and Julius Fassl, the two “Noisy Knights” prepare for their comic joust.

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