Added Sep 29 2017
Greetings My Neighbors,
Want to tour the Native American Trail Markers? I do, we are and you can too. These markers were used by the original inhabitants of our area to mark their path to Lake Michigan. Sounds pretty cool.
You are cordially invited to get on your bike and to do just that on Sunday, October 1 from 4:15 PM - 4:30 PM (approximate) at the Native American Trail Marker statue at Beckwith and Nashville in Morton Grove. This is part of the North Branch Trail Alliance's Cultural Gems of the Northwest side final ride of our 2017 Inaugural Year.
We'll start our ride on Sunday, October 1 by meeting at 2 PM at the Samuel Gompers statue at Foster and Pulaski. From there, we'll tour the bungalows of North Mayfair and then head off on the wonderful North Branch Trail to tour the Edgebrook Bricolage Mural (Hiawatha and Lehigh). From there to the Native American Trail Markers in Morton Grove with the MG Historical Society and then to our end of year celebration at Barnaby's. We'll get to our party place at 5:30 PM (approximate). All are invited, whether or not you did the ride, to join in the end-of-year festivities at Barnaby's (Oakton and Caldwell).
More info, our route map including all of our cultural stops, and register for the NBTA Cultural Ride at www.northbranchtrailalliance.com
Questions? Please ask. Jac.Charlier@gmail.com.
Check out the latest DNAInfo article on the citizen-led North Branch Trail Alliance:
NBTA Purpose: To provide dining, shopping and cultural experiences for the users of the North Branch Trail
NBTA Mission: To promote economic development for all the communities along the North Branch Trail