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Bike the North Shore Channel Trail

When:
Sunday, June 14, 2020
Where:
First Slice, Manor Location

Public Transit: Brown line @ the Francisco stop
First Slice Pie and Coffee Shop
4664 N Manor Ave.
Chicago, IL  60625

773-267-0169
Contact(s):
Ed Hanlon
847-916-2708 (p)
847-275-7452 (c)
Category:
Free event
Registration is closed - Event is full
Total Quantity:
10
Available Quantity:
Filled
No Fee
No Fee

Bike the North Shore Channel Trail




The fully paved North Shore Channel Trail extends from the junction of Lawrence Avenue and Francisco Avenue in Chicago to the junction of Green Bay Road and McCormick Boulevard in northern Evanston. We’ll be starting at the southern trail head after meeting “First Slice” Pie Café & Coffee Shop in the Ravenswood neighborhood. Most of the trail runs alongside the North Shore Channel, a drainage and aeration canal built in 1909; the southern 0.25 mile follows the North Branch of the Chicago River. The Skokie Northshore Sculpture Park (https://sculpturepark.org/visit/) from Dempster to Touhy is an unexpected counterpoint to the adjacent channel landscape.



Where:  Meet at the First Slice Pie and Coffee Shop.


When:  Sunday, June 14, 2020

Time:   Meetup at 8:45AM.. The ride will leave the lot promptly at 9AM.

Registration Closes: Sunday, June 7, 2020

The number of participants is currently limited to 10 for this event in accordance with State of Illinois  COVID-19 
regulations. If these regulations change before the start date for this event, we will modify the number of allowed 
participants.

Cost:  Free 
               
Event Leader: Ed Hanlon  Email: ehanlon@rgla.com 
Cell: 
847-275-7452



 

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