… that spring is in the air, snow and ice are melting and revelers may not realize where the shoreline ends. The Lighthouse Keeper reminds readers to take care and avoid walking out on the not-so-stable roof of the ice caves along the lakefront.
… that regular street cleaning has resumed as of March 1.
The Lighthouse Keeper hears …
… that in other signs of spring, outdoor dining spaces will reopen soon.
… that, speaking of outdoor spaces, the city is accepting bids for one more week for the creation of a permanent, large-scale outdoor public art piece at the south end of Fountain Square that honors Evanston’s Black roots and the experiences of Evanston’s Black residents. The City of Evanston’s Arts Council is seeking proposals from experienced professional artists and artist teams.
… that the Custer Oasis is going to get a facelift that will include lighting and a large mural along the tracks at Main and Custer to enhance the outdoor dining experience.
As always, the Lighthouse Keeper welcomes your feedback and questions in the comments below or via email to LK@evanstonroundtable.com.