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You Can Get Your Pet Blessed In Pullman This Weekend
There will be a raffle, silent auctions from local businesses and vegan food for sale at the Sunday event.
Pullman Coffee Shop Debuts Monday As Groups Launches Tours Of Historical Neighborhood Homes
The Pullman Club Coffee Shop will open alongside a smaller-scale version of the Pullman House Project. Organizers are preparing for an official opening later this year.
Here Are 2 Labor Day Events In Pullman To Check Out Monday
The Pullman National Monument and State Historic Site and the Greenstone United Methodist Church will have neighborhood tours, musical performances and a barbecue.
South Side 4th Graders Will Explore Chicago In Pullman National Monument Summer Program
Youths in the program will explore three Chicago destinations with local park rangers, including the Pullman National Monument, a local nature area and a Downtown location.
Get Active In June At Pullman National Monument Health And Wellness Programs
Park rangers are leading free walking, biking, yoga and Zumba sessions each Saturday in June.
Enter Antique Train Cars, Control A Simulated Locomotive And More At Pullman Railroad Days
The Historic Pullman Foundation's weekend-long celebration of the iconic train company and its namesake neighborhood takes place May 14-15.
Pullman National Monument Celebrating National Park Week With 9 Days Of Activities In April
People can enjoy National Park Week in Pullman with activities, including yoga, coffee chats, a neighborhood cleanup and more.
Pullman National Monument Celebrating Seventh Anniversary With Virtual Event
The Saturday event will feature live music, a photo montage and remarks from superintendent Teri Gage about what 2022 has in store for the South Side monument.
Pullman House Project Lets Visitors Explore Living Spaces Behind Industrial Powerhouse, From Workers’ Apartments To Pullman’s Estate
"You can talk about [Pullman's history], but to go into the spaces that people lived in is much more rewarding," a project organizer said.
Shop Local 2021: A Roseland And Pullman Holiday Gift Guide
Far Southeast Side businesses are offering delicious ice cream pints, books, classic men's fashion and more.
A Proposed Bridge Over Lake Calumet Would Make It Easier To Bike From Big Marsh Park To Pullman
"For far too long, this area has been inaccessible to our residents," Ald. Susan Sadlowski Garza (10th) said. "This new trail will allow a new generation of neighbors to experience" Lake Calumet.
A Community Celebrates As Pullman National Monument Opens To The Public
"We want it to be open, we want people to learn — when the press isn't here, we still need to be inviting," local historian Shermann "Dilla" Thomas said.
The Pullman National Monument Opens This Weekend, Highlighting The Long History Of The Far South Side Neighborhood
Over Labor Day Weekend, visitors can learn about the history of Pullman and see artifacts from the defunct rail car company.
Pullman National Monument Marks 5 Years With High Hopes For Neighborhood Rebirth
Restoration work within the Pullman historic district marches on as the area hits a milestone.
The Wild West’s Black Cowboys Remembered At Pullman’s Black History Month Event Sunday
The Pullman National Monument will host an event honoring Black Cowboys.
Work To Begin On Visitors Center In Pullman’s Historical Clock Tower
The National Park Service, which is leading the project, hopes to complete the visitors center by spring 2021. It just awarded a $5.8 million contract for the work.
$56 Million Pullman National Monument Overhaul Has ‘Turned The Lights Back On’ In Historic South Side Neighborhood
Five years after receiving a national monument designation, Chicago's national park prepares for its 2021 debut.
Pullman National Monument Visitor Center Coming To Clock Tower Building By 2020
The National Park Service and the Illinois Department of Natural Resources showed off plans to Pullman residents Wednesday evening.