Events / Community Corner
Schorsch Village Annual Picnic - Saturday, July 31st
What to Bring: Your own food to cook on our supplied outdoor grill and also very important for a hot day; a bag of ice for the shared refreshment tub which will feature water and refreshments for everyone. Also you may want to bring outdoor chairs should you want to watch and or participate in the bags tournament.
May Steak Night / Horse Racing Party held May 9th
Grilling season was kicked off at our May Steak Night followed by a round at Men’s Club.
Indian Boundary Golf Outing - Sunday, September 19th
Schorsch Village will be conducting its annual golf outing on Sunday, September 19, 2021 at Indian Boundary golf course. Check in is at 11:30 with shotgun start at 12:00. The cost is $80.00 per golfer which includes full round of golf, the cart, potential prizes and the after party.
Prizes will be awarded for 1st-2nd-3rd place low gross foursomes, closest to the pin on two par three holes, $2500 for hole-in-one on designated par three hole, and long drive for men and women.
Golfers can proceed directly to the Schorsch Village Hall (6940 W. Belmont) upon finishing. There will be appetizers, great dinner, cash bar (refreshment donations - $1 soft drinks, $2 domestic beer, $3 wine/mixed drinks).
Checks payable to SVIA Golf Outing. For additional information, contact Ed Gjersen at 773-286-4302 email@example.com
Schorsch Village – Christmas – Candy Cane Revival
During the 50's and 60's around Christmas time, Schorsch Village was known for Candy Cane Lane. The memory of those living here at that time and those subsequently hearing about it centered on a street in Schorsch Village displaying candy canes in every front lawn along that street. What may be forgotten was that there were also two other block themes: one featuring big bells hanging from 12 foot poles and the other being reindeers on everyone’s front lawn. This all made Schorsch Village a popular destination during the month of December. Judging by the old pictures you can find on the internet it all looks very amazing. As the years go by it has become a distant memory so that is why this year, Schorsch Village Improvement Association is planning to initiate a test trial in a smaller version of what was previously referred to as Candy Cane Lane. We are planning on using Oak Park Avenue as the test trial, placing Candy Canes with bows on both sides of the walkways in front of each house along Oak Park Avenue from Belmont to Roscoe. Mike and Tina will be coordinating the upcoming event.