Here is a look at what’s going on in Chicago Ridge.
News includes a Chicago Wolves player visiting the library and an author talking graveyards.
Wolves player visits library
The Chicago Wolves’ enforcer, Joel Edmundson, will be at the Chicago Ridge Public Library, 10400 S. Oxford Ave., at 4 p.m. Feb. 26.
Edmundson will visit the library to talk about hockey, answer questions about the Wolves and his hockey career, and sign autographs. He also may discuss his time spent in the penalty box this season.
Through the team’s first 46 games as of Feb. 4, Edmundson had played in 38 games. He had scored two goals and assisted on three. He led the team with 73 penalty minutes.
His visit is part of the Wolves’ “Read to Succeed” program and the library’s winter reading program. For more information, call the library’s youth services department at (708) 423-7753.
Author talks graveyards
Ursula Bielski will discuss her latest book, “Graveyards of Chicago,” at the Worth Park District Historical Museum at 7 p.m. Feb. 26.
The book includes some local historical haunts. The program is free.
The museum is in the park district building at 11500 S. Beloit Ave. For more information, visit www.worthparkdistrict.org or call (708) 448-7080.