We need to see how you picture Evanston. What have you seen or done in photos that you can share? What caught your eye? We would love to see your pictures and keep up with you. Send them to news@evanstonroundtable.com. Please put “Week in photos” in the subject line and we’ll share them with the community. Thank you.

Thank you to Andrew Fisher who sent a number of amazing and beautiful pictures of Evanston’s trees. He also chronicled (and was part of) a tree planting in Lovelace Park on Saturday, Oct. 1.  

Kristin Lems sent us this trio of lovely and whimsical shots of the very cute things she finds as she walks around Evanston.

File this one under, yes, we sometimes lose track of time in our week of photos features. South Evanston was filled with sounds of fun and funky music in the field on Sept. 16 just north of the Levy Senior Center. Local Evanston funk band, Chicken Bone, played more than two hours non-stop for an audience that was just as ready to dance as they were to catch up and enjoy each other’s company. The Jamming Jean series of concerts are presented by the Levy Senior Center Foundation, who sent us these pictures. For more information, go to the Levy Senior Center Foundation website.

Just up the block from Soul & Smoke, Paul and Kimberly Boynton run their thriving concrete business, Kelvin Co. The RoundTable’s recent article here, inspired Aaron Barnhart to send us this picture of Paul and crew working in their backyard. Evanston Development is building an Accessory Dwelling Unit there. YES, Aaron, thank you!

And finally, you know well, it’s that time again! Not only can you find pumpkin spice at many coffee shops, but you can also get it in your milkshakes at Potbelly downtown. (We have someone on staff, who loves all things pumpkin spice. And if you do too, check out the pumpkin spice section at Trader Joe’s.)

Susy Schultz

Susy Schultz is the editor of the Evanston Roundtable. She has been a journalist for more than 20 years, and is the former president of Public Narrative, a nonprofit dedicated to teaching journalists and...

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