Maywood Front Porch Crawl Set for July 15 | Annual Rummage Sale July 22


Monday, July 10, 2017 || By Community Editor || @maywoodnews

Lois Baumann, the co-founder of Maywood Fine Arts, wants Maywood residents to get to know each other more. Hence, the idea for a first-annual Front Porch Crawl, which is scheduled for Saturday, July 15, at 5:30 p.m.

“I realized that I know a lot of dancers who live in North Maywood but they know each other and they don’t their neighbors,” Baumann said. “In fact, in each of the Maywood neighborhoods, we really don’t know the wonderful people who live in them. I figured the best way to get people meeting each other is through socializing.”

Spooner Baumann, MFA’s communications director, said that participants will gather at 502 N. 4th Ave. at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday and “crawl” to five more houses starting at 6 p.m. They’ll be split into teams of roughly 20 people, depending on the number of people who register.

“At each stop, we’ll enjoy cocktails,hors d’oeuvre, games and other entertainment,” Spooner said. “Some of these are historic homes, so people will get to experience the village’s great housing stock as well.”

Interested individuals can register for $25 up to, and on the day of, the event. To pre-register, click here.

Annual church rummage sale July 22

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First Congregational Church of Maywood’s annual Rummage Sale on the Lawn will take place on July 22, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., in front of the church, which is located at 400 N. 5th Ave. (the corner of 5th Ave. and Erie) in Maywood.

Great finds for everyone! Clothing (lots of back to school clothes for kids, like-new clothing for women). Electronics: CD player, DVD player, paper shredder, microwaves, dehumidifier. Blankets and quilts. Stuff for the kitchen. Some furniture and lots of decor items.

And don’t forget: Free lemonade and good cheer! VFP

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