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Monday, September 18, 2017

Join Friedman Place at Edgewater Arts Festival in Chicago Sept. 23rd, 2017

Friedman Place: A Community for Adults Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired
Edgewater Arts Festival Logo
Friedman Place’s Therapeutic Weaving Program will be one of 100 artisans participating in this year’s Edgewater Arts Festival

Saturday, September 23 – Sunday, September 24


Come see what our weavers have been working on all summer and enjoy an afternoon at the Festival! 
Photo of two residents weaving on looms
Photo of colorful woven items
The Edgewater Arts Festival is located on Granville Ave. between Broadway and Sheridan, Friedman Place will be at Booth 4, near the entrance and stage at Broadway and Granville.

In addition to the fabulous art, there will be food, music and children’s activities, bring your friends!

For more information contact: Laura Roth (773) 409-6129 or laura.roth@friedmanplace.org

Friedman Place is a non-profit supportive living community that provides high-quality programs, services and affordable housing that is safe, clean and engaging for our residents who are blind or visually impaired.  Located on the northwest side of Chicago and accessible to its many cultural, social, and educational opportunities, Friedman Place encourages residents' self-determination and independence. We are not just a residence but a vibrant community in which people with impaired vision can reach their full potential.

We appreciate charitable gifts and are a registered 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization.  We accept cash gifts as well as those of stock, real estate, and life income vehicles.  Please call Laura Roth, Director of Development and Communications, 773-989-9800, to make a gift over the phone or click the button below to donate now.  Thank you kindly for considering a gift in support of Friedman Place.

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