|May 6th, 2022|
On Wednesday, I shared an update on two deaths in the Belle Shore Apartments. A young college student, Brittany Kinlow, was shot and killed in the building, and as police were investigating, they found the body of a male resident, who is believed to have died due to a self-inflicted gunshot. Chicago Police are investigating these deaths and believe it is a possible murder-suicide. The family of the young woman who passed has organized a GoFundMe for her homegoing. Please donate here if you are able. I will provide any updates as they are available. Next Monday, I’ll be holding a safety meeting with Commander Brendan McCrudden, 20th District, to discuss community safety issues in the area east of Broadway from Hollywood to Foster. This meeting will be at 6pm at 1020 W. Bryn Mawr at the Edgewater Presbyterian Church. We will provide additional information on these incidents at the meeting.
On Thursday, Mayor Lightfoot announced her preference for the Chicago casino to be Bally’s Chicago at the Tribune Publishing Center in the River North area. Myself and other members of City Council will be reviewing and voting on this proposal. A casino in Chicago will bring in revenues for the City and will help stabilize the City’s pension funds. I welcome your feedback on this proposal.
There is still time to apply for the One Summer Chicago program with the Department of Family and Support Services. Youth ages 14-24 can apply for over 15,000 opportunities by June 10th to explore career pathways, participate in project-based learning, and earn a stipend for their summer. In addition, 16-24 year-olds can apply for the service-based opportunities with the Chicago Youth Service Corps to earn $15 an hour while engaging with civic-leadership programming where they work on solutions for systemic issues in their communities. For more information and to apply, click here.
The CTA continues with their weekly around-the-clock weekend work on the CTA tracks that includes drilled shaft installation and gantry work. This work will require drilled shaft installation work this week on Berwyn that will include a sidewalk closure and parking lane closure. This work is in preparation of gantry related impacts that are expected to take place in the coming weeks. Our office is working with the CTA to host a zoom call to share updated information with neighbors and businesses about the RPM project. Please stay tuned for more information on the meeting schedule and details.
May is Asian-American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month. This is a month to celebrate with our neighbors, community leaders, and business owners from the AAPI community who call the 48th Ward home. We have a number of fantastic organizations in our community working to support our Asian-American neighbors, including the Vietnamese Association of Illinois, South-East Asia Center, and Chinese Mutual Aid Association. This month, I encourage you to learn more about these organizations and the essential work they do and reflect on the ways you can support the AAPI community in our neighborhood.
If you’re looking for a way to enjoy the warm weather and sun next week, stop by the Andersonville Farmers Market for their opening day this Wednesday, May 11th, from 3-7. You can get locally sourced produce, baked goods, and more on Catalpa between Clark and Ashland. Stop by to see neighbors and support local vendors!
This week was Teachers Appreciation Week, so I want to extend a thank you to the educators in our community who work tirelessly to support their students and our community. Their work instills creativity, curiosity, and an excitement for learning in the young people they teach, preparing the next generation of leaders to follow in their footsteps to support their communities. Take time today to celebrate an educator who has made a positive difference in your life.
This Sunday is Mother’s Day, and I want to take a moment to thank the mothers in our community who work hard every day to take care of their children, families, and communities. Moms inspire us, give us strength, and help us grow. I hope you are able to take time this weekend to celebrate the mothers in your life who have supported you.
Have a safe and peaceful weekend.
Alderman, 48th Ward
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|COVID-19 Information and Resources |
If you require assistance in verifying your COVID-19 vaccination, please click this link for helpful resources and answers to commonly asked questions, courtesy of the Illinois Department of Public Health.
|Broadway Visioning Meetings|
Join me this spring for a series of community visioning meetings focused on the future of the Broadway corridor in the 48th Ward.
This will be a three-part proactive community planning process where we will work together to consider opportunities for affordable housing, economic development, roadway, sidewalks, bike lanes, public art, place making, environmental sustainability and public transit. See below for event information.
|More At-Home COVID-19 Tests Available|
Every home is eligible to receive 4 additional at-home COVID-19 testing kits. If you already ordered tests, you can get 4 more, and if you have not ordered testing kits, you are able to order 8. Place your order here.
At-home tests, or “self tests,” give rapid results and can be taken anywhere, regardless of your vaccination status or whether or not you have symptoms. Visit CDC.gov to learn when to test yourself, how to use an at-home test, and what your test results mean.
|The Chicago Department of Family Support Services shared an update on their Rental Assistance Program (RAP), a fund for all Chicagoans who are at risk of becoming homeless due to loss of income or other eligible emergency which prevents them from paying rent. The RAP deadline has now been extended and can be applied for on the DFSS website at http://chicago.gov/fss/RAP . Click here for FAQs on the eligibility for the RAP program. DFSS is processing applications on an ongoing basis and working to process applications to help connect people with their RAP services. You can also visit the DFSS North Area Community Center, 845 W Wilson Ave, open Monday through Friday from 9 am to 5 pm, to file your application in person. |
|People’s Gas Construction UpdatesHollywood between Glenwood & Ridge along the west side of Ridge in the next couple weeks: Services where the main has been completed should be available at the end of April and parking should be available in these areas.|
|CTA Red Purple Modernization Project UpdatesSee below for resources on getting connected to receive construction alerts, view archived footage of community meetings, and other information about this once-in-a-lifetime project for our community:Sign up for RPM construction alertsFollow CTA RPM on Twitter, Facebook, and InstagramBookmark this link to an interactive map that shows street/alley closures & CTA service impactsCheck out recordings from last week’s Station-by-Station meetingsVisit transitchicago.com/rpm for comprehensive information about the projectCheck out the Open for Business microsite to see how you can support impacted businesses|
|Loyola Move-Out and Commencement Week Information|
|Attend a local beat meeting!|
To find your local beat, click here.
Beat 20133rd Wednesday of every even month (Feb, Apr, etc)Philadelphia Church, 5437 N Clark St.Beat 2022 & Beat 2023This year 20th district has consolidated BEAT 2022 and BEAT 2023 meeting to the second Thursday of every odd month. They will both take place simultaneously.2nd Thursday of every odd month (Jan, March, etc)Kenmore Plaza, 5225 N Kenmore Ave.Beat 20243rd Thursday of even months (Feb, Apr, etc)Margate Park Fieldhouse, 4921 N Marine Dr.Beat 24333rd Tuesday of every monthChicago Fire Department, 6030 N Clark St.
|2022 Street Sweeping Schedule|
Click here to view the 2022 Street Sweeping schedule!
To view a map version, click here.
|2022 State of Uptown|
May 13 2022, 12:00pm – 1:30pm
Furama Restaurant (4936 N Broadway)
The annual State of Uptown luncheon, presented by Uptown United and the Uptown Chamber of Commerce, convenes Uptown’s business, development and non-profit community to hear from our elected officials. To register, click here.
|Peoples Gas Wants You to Stay Connected|
Additional relief available to help residential customers stay connected.
Governor J.B. Pritzker and the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO) announced $150 million in utility bill assistance through the Help Illinois Families Program.
Customers who receive utility bill assistance through the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) or the Percentage of Income Payment Plan (PIPP) will automatically receive additional benefits. We will apply the assistance after we receive the funds from the program.
If you have not applied for LIHEAP or PIPP, but qualify (see below chart), you have until May 31, 2022, to apply. Low-income households can receive utility bill assistance through the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). Customers should go to helpillinoisfamilies.com or call 833-711-0374 for more information or to apply.
Reconnection fees waived
Reconnection fees for qualifying low-income customers will be waived through June 30, 2022. However, any balance due must be repaid before reconnection.
Extended deferred payment arrangements
For low-income households that participate in LIHEAP, PIPP or have applied for assistance, deferred payment arrangements are available for 18 months with a 0% down payment.
For all other residential customers, deferred payment arrangements are available for 18 months with a 25% down payment. Customers can apply online, with the Peoples Gas app, or by calling 866-556-6001, through July 31, 2022.
Peoples Gas offers energy-saving tips and free programs that will help you reduce your energy use. For more information, go to peoplesgasdelivery.com/savings/.
Please act now to stay connected while these assistance options are available!
|Tutoring at the Loyola Literacy Center|
Monday-Thursday evenings, 7:20pm-9pm when school is in session
We offer assistance in English with conversation and listening skills, writing, reading, and with the GED, citizenship exam, TOEFL, or IELTS.
We are now accepting applications from adult learners who would like to join us. If you know of any adult who may be interested in doing so, please ask them to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, mentioning your organization and giving us the following information:
1) Your Name, Address, and Phone Number
2) Your E-mail address
3) Your Goals – what you want to learn
4) If you have been tutored at the Literacy Center before and when
5) When you are free and can be tutored this Fall: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday evenings.
|Resource for Immigrants|
The Chinese Mutual Aid Association is beginning its winter term of classes geared towards adults seeking English education and skills for the citizenship naturalization interview. See the flyer below for more information and to sign up for classes.
|At Home Vaccination Program|
|Utility Bill Assistance by CEDA|
The ongoing pandemic has made the need for financial assistance even more prevalent and with CEDA’s numerous offered services, the financial burden on so many can be lessened. Here is a recent webinar covering the Utility Assistance Programs offered at CEDA in addition to the flyer included below.
|Lawyers Committee for Better Housing Rental Assistance Information|
|Eviction Assistance Resources from the Chinese Mutual Aid Association|
|The EDW Senior Satellite Center is open for seniors to pick up their to-go dining of box lunches|
Monday – Friday
10:30 AM – 1:00 PM
If anyone has questions, they should contact the director, Debra Northey at email@example.com.
(312) 742-5187 Office
(312) 742-5323 Lobby
|2022 Illinois Senior Hall of Fame|
Is there an older adult in your life who has a history of helping and inspiring others? Nominate them for induction into the Senior Illinoisan Hall of Fame! The Senior Illinoisan Hall of Fame was established by the General Assembly in 1994 to honor older adults’ accomplishments and contributions to their communities. Each year, four Illinoisans age 65 or older are inducted into the Hall of Fame for their work in community service, education, arts or the labor force.
Nominees must be:At least 65 years old.A current Illinois resident or a former resident who lived in Illinois for the majority of their life.Posthumous nominees will also be considered.
Nominations must be submitted by June 1, 2022 to be considered. The online submission form is accessible here, or you can submit a completed nomination form via email to Purnell.Bordersiii@Illinois.gov.
|In-Home Appointments for Covid Booster Vaccines Available |
The Protect Chicago at Home program is reaching out to homebound Chicagoans and seniors who received their in-home vaccines earliest to schedule their booster shot appointment. To make an appointment for a visit, call 312-746-4835 or register at Protect Chicago at Home.
For more information, visit the Chicago Booster Shot Program’s website here.
|Big Brothers Big Sisters Mentoring|
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Chicago is looking for adults to help match local youth with caring, committed mentors! You have the opportunity to help shape a child’s future for the better by inspiring positive change and empowering them to achieve what they never dreamed possible. And the best part is, it’s a lot of fun! Help start one of our waiting Little’s on their path to Big things at: https://bbbschgo.org/volunteer/
|Senior Connections with Chicago Methodist Senior Service|
We are currently looking for more seniors and volunteers to participate in Senior Connections, a program that matches vetted volunteers with older adults who are experiencing isolation and loneliness. The volunteers visit (or call) the seniors weekly, providing companionship and a connection to community. For more information, click here.
|The Emanuel Congregation Stitching Ladies |
Women of all ages and religions volunteer their time and knitting and crocheting skills to craft handmade gifts for those in need or ill. The Stitching Ladies meet Tuesdays at Emanual Congregation (5959 N Sheridan Rd) from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM, except for the first Tuesday of each month where meetings are held over Zoom. All are welcome to join when able. Also, donations of fabric and yarn are always appreciated. To request or suggest items or for more information, contact Sandy Pakin, the Stitching Ladies coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Volunteer or Donate Food to Care for Real |
With a surge in need for food assistance, Care for Real is calling for the community to provide aid in any way possible. You can get involved by signing up to volunteer, hosting a collection drive for high-need items, or by making a financial contribution. To learn more, click here or email email@example.com.
|Donate Your Used Cooking Oil|
After use, vegetable, canola, peanut, or whatever other cooking oils you may use are poured down the sink or into the trash can. Instead of disposing of it, you can recycle your used cooking oil to be made into biofuel, via Loyola University’s recycling program. To learn more, click here.
|Volunteer to be an English Tutor|
The Chinese Mutual Aid Association is looking for volunteers to give individualized tutoring sessions to students learning English as a second language. If interested, please contact CMAA’s Literacy Associate at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Andersonville is Hiring!|
Work at one of the many locally owned and operated small businesses along Clark Street. See what fits your vibe or come walk the District to see how Andersonville is different.
|Andersonville Residential Membership|
The Andersonville Chamber of Commerce strives to build and maintain a vibrant, locally-focused economy in Chicago’s Andersonville neighborhood and beyond. Resident members are advocates of Andersonville and receive an array of membership benefits.
Fill out this form if you are interested in becoming a resident member.
|Andersonville Wine Walk|
The Andersonville Wine Walk, now in its 16th year, turns businesses throughout the district into wine tasting destinations to service 600 attendees! Thank you to our event sponsors and partners: In Fine Spirits, Foursided, and State Representative Kelly Cassidy.
Click here to register.
|11th Annual Developmental Differences Resource Fair|
Saturday, May 7, 12–5pm
UIC Student Center East, 750 S. Halsted St.
Free and open to the public
Parents of kids with special needs are invited to this free fair! Hosted by Chicago non-profit Neighborhood Parents Network, the fair brings together therapy providers, schools, camps and more resources for kids with autism, ADHD, sensory processing disorder, Down syndrome and other developmental delays. Attend free workshops about IEPs; Medicaid and government grants; and fun enrichment activities. Register at npnparents.org/ddrf.
|Community Commission for Public Safety and Accountability JobsExecutive Administrative Assistant IIDeputy Director for the CommissionFirst Deputy Director|
|Greencorps Chicago Job Training Program|
Greencorps seeks to train those with barriers to employment in green industry, that is environmentally conscious or sustainable industry. Greencorps Chicago is currently recruiting potential candidates for this year’s Employment & Training Program. During the nine-month program, Greencorps Chicago trainees earn Chicago minimum wage (currently $15). Greencorps Chicago trainees receive practical experience, professional development, and classroom & field training in a variety of environmentally-related jobs with skills that are easily transferable to other industries. Trainees are offered a number of professional certifications including Defensive Driving, First Aid/CPR, HAZWOPER, OSHA 10-Hour Safety, Chicago Wilderness Prescription Burn Class, and the Illinois Pesticide license. Throughout the program, trainees are supported with wrap-around social services, a stable income, and assistance finding full-time employment upon completion of the program. For more information, view the flyer below or visit Greencorps’ website here.
|Job Opportunities, City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE)|
Program Director – Cultural Affairs
For more information, click here.
To apply, click here.
Cultural Affair Coordinator II, Chicago Film Office, Permits, Production
For more information, click here.
To apply, click here.
For more information, click here.
To apply, click here.
|Job Opportunities at Misericordia|
Misericordia is home to over 600 children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We have a 31 acre campus where we provide ‘round the clock care and support to our residents. We strive to find compassionate and hardworking individuals to join our team. We offer competitive pay rates and great employee benefits. You can find out more information about our organization by clicking this link: https://www.misericordia.com/
Available positions include:The Direct Support Professional position. Experience in this field is not a requirement for this position and we provide paid training for employees hired.C.N.As and we provide paid training for Certified Nursing Assistants who have passed their state boards.LPN/RN/BSN positions and would be delighted to welcome your new graduates that have an interest in working in our field. More information can be found at: https://www.misericordia.com/employment/career-opportunities/
We are also currently hiring for a number of auxiliary positions. These are positions within departments that have specialized functions to operate in support of our overall mission. Examples of these positions include, but are not limited to, opportunities within our Kitchen, Bakery, Laundry, and Housekeeping departments. For more information, click here.
|Space Sharing & Office Manager at Unity Lutheran Church & Community Center|
The Space Sharing & Office Manager is responsible for overseeing various space operations and office tasks. For a complete job description, click here.
|CPS Now Hiring Crossing Guards!|
|CPS Hiring in the Food/Nutritional Department|
CPS is hiring associate manager, cook, porter, and lunchroom attendant positions.
Please apply here.
A Food Handlers Card is required to work in a cafeteria. To obtain this certification, visit any of the following links:https://www.servsafe.com/ServSafe-Food-Handlerhttps://www.statefoodsafety.com/food-handler/illinois/state-of-illinoishttps://www.premierfoodsafety.com
|Be a Lifeguard with the Chicago Parks District!|
As the Park District gears up for this summer, they are looking for qualified candidates to join the aquatics team. The Chicago Park District employs 300 lifeguards yearly to offer aquatics programming, and hires an additional 500 lifeguards to safeguard beaches and pools during our busiest season, the summer. The benefits of becoming a Chicago lifeguard are bountiful. Lifeguards are part of a talented workforce that is essential in providing vital services to Chicago’s residents and visitors. Candidates for Seasonal Lifeguard positions must be 16 years old and over, a resident of Chicago and fully vaccinated. Future lifeguards must also pass the swim skills test and become American Red Cross certified. Pay for entry level lifeguards starts at $15.88. To apply today, visit www.chicagoparkdistrict.com/lifeguards.
|CTA Second Chance Program |
The Second Chance Program is an opportunity for those facing challenges in reentering the workforce. Along with a career opportunity, Chicago residents may be provided with valuable job skills, training, education, and mentoring. Click here to learn more and how to apply.
|Exelon/ComEd Internships Available for College Students |
College students pursuing either engineering or non-engineering career paths are encouraged to apply for an internship offering life skills and industry experience. Those interested, click here for more details or to apply.
|Technology and Design Classes|
Take classes in Metalworking, Casting, Woodworking, and CNC Technology & Design at the Chicago Industrial Arts and Design Center – FREE for CPS students in grades 6-12. A new Spring session begins May 9. Register today!
|Fiesta del Sol Scholarship|
Pilsen Neighbors Community Council, Fiesta del Sol, and the University Round Table announce the application process for the Guadalupe A. Reyes Fiesta del Sol Scholarship is officially open until May 13th.
We are happy to announce that starting today, Latino students from Chicago’s South-West side are welcome to start their application process, to become one of the Guadalupe. A Reyes Fiesta del Sol Scholarship 2022 recipients!
If you are a student interested in applying for this scholarship, you can start your application or find the complete information in the following link.
|Apply for The Odyssey Project are now open!|
Applications are now open for The Odyssey Project, an annual academic program that offers free college courses in the humanities (literature, philosophy, art, history). Illinois Humanities provides this opportunity through UIC and in partnership with Rebuild Foundation, The University of Chicago’s Civic Knowledge Project, the Seabury Foundation, and Northwestern University’s Alice Kaplan Institute for the Humanities.
Upon successful completion of the program, students will earn college credits in the humanities (4 credits each in HUM 110 and HUM 111) from the University of Illinois Chicago. All credits earned are fully transferable to accredited colleges and universities. Courses are available in English and Spanish.
Qualifications to apply:Be 18 years of age or older.Read at an adult level. (We do a lot of reading in the program, so being able to read a newspaper in English — or in Spanish for the Spanish-language course — is a good measure of reading readiness for this course.)Live at or below 150% of the Federal Poverty Guideline. (See the application for income guidelines, or refer to this link: https://aspe.hhs.gov/topics/poverty-economic-mobility/poverty-guidelines.)Interested applicants can learn more at ILHumanities.org/Odyssey.
|Vaccine Options for Children|
The Chicago Department of Public Health recommends getting vaccinated through your normal healthcare provider or pediatrician. However, here are more options in our local community:
5625 N. Ridge
5440 N. Clark
2751 W Winona, Anderson Pavilion Auditorium
7:00 AM and 5:00 PM, Mon-Fri
Walk-ins accepted, or
Register for appt online or call 773-907-7700
Senn HS: School Health Center
5900 N Glenwood Ave. Chicago, IL 60660
8:00 AM – 4:00 PM Mon-Fri
Appointments required. Pfizer (12+)
Open to Heartland Patients Only
Call 773-751-1860 to make an appointment
|Youth GED Program |
The Safer Foundation’s Youth Empowerment Program (YEP) offers free GED training and testing for youth aged 16-24. For more information, call 312-575-3285.
|Free Day at the Chicago Children’s Museum and Navy Pier|
Chicago Children’s Museum and Navy Pier are excited to host a FREE fun-filled day of family activities and performances for children up to ten years old on Thursday May 19. Admission to Chicago Children’s Museum will be free. $10 discounted parking at Navy Pier with validation.
|Edgewater Glen’s Spring Plant Swap|
May 14th, 10am-12pm
Edgewater Glen’s Spring Plant Swap will be held Saturday May 14, 2022 from 10am til noon in the back yard at 1420 W. Glenlake, weather permitting. The alternate rain date is Sunday May 15, same time & place. Spring is a great time to thin & share hostas, ferns, and any other plants or gardening paraphernalia that you’d like to find a home for.
Even if you don’t have anything to share, come and meet your gardening neighbors. We usually have leftovers that need a home. For more info see www.edgeglen.com or contact Kim Kaulas at email@example.com 773-368-3949.
Friday, May 6- 14th
Gallery opens at 7:30 p.m., Performance at 8 p.m.
Where: Auditorium at Ebenezer Lutheran Church, 1650 W. Foster Ave.
Tickets: $20 general admission (adult non-students)
$13 student general admission (high school students over the age of 16 and college students)
Free general admission (under the age of 16).
Ticket sales online end two-hours before the performance but will be available at the door for $30.
Information on participants and tickets are available at Danztheatre.org.
|The Luckiest at Raven Theatre|
May 4 – June 19, 2022
Raven Theatre closes their 39th season with a Chicago premiere that will make you laugh your ass off, cry your heart out, and immediately call your loved ones. Lissette and Peter are best friends living their best lives. But when an out-of-nowhere diagnosis shatters Lissette’s world, Peter and Lisette’s mom are left trying to pick up the pieces. This modern story follows the highs and lows of friendship, family, and life. Save $5 off full price, non-preview tickets with the code EDGE5. For tickets, click here.
|WHEN WE WERE YOUNG AND UNAFRAID|
May 13 – June 12, 2022
The Edge Off-Broadway Theater
AstonRep Theatre Company is pleased to conclude its 2020-21 season with the Chicago premiere of Sarah Treem’s courageous drama When We Were Young and Unafraid, directed by Sara Pavlak McGuire, playing May 13 – June 12, 2022 at The Edge Off-Broadway Theater, 1133 W. Catalpa Ave. in Chicago. Tickets are currently available at www.astonrep.com or by calling (773) 828-9129.
About the show: In the early 1970s, before Roe v. Wade, before the Violence Against Women Act, Agnes has turned her quiet bed and breakfast into one of the few spots where victims of domestic violence can seek refuge. But to Agnes’s dismay, her latest runaway, Mary Anne, is beginning to influence Agnes’s college-bound daughter Penny. As the drums of a feminist revolution grow louder outside of Agnes’s tiny world, Agnes is forced to confront her own presumptions about the women she’s spent her life trying to help.
|Rewired Pizza Cafe and Bar|
Rewired has a wide variety of events hosted weekly that make it the perfect place to visit. They have Easter Brunch this Sunday, trivia on Monday, and a Colvin Concert Series all in one place! View their website here for a look at the menu and other deals and dining experiences.
|Heartland Alliance Free ESL Courses|
Heartland Alliance will offer free online English as a Second Language courses, citizenship prep classes, vocational courses, and GED prep courses. They have classes available at different English language levels and at various times, including Saturdays.
|This Month at the Swedish American Museum |
Enjoy Nordic cuisine, decorate a Dala Horse, or attend a cooking class. There’s something for everyone at the Swedish American Museum. Please click here for more information on upcoming activities.
|Homework Help at Edgewater Library|
Teacher in the Library homework help is available (excluding holidays and CPS breaks):
Monday: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Tuesday: 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Thursday: 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Get homework help from a certified teacher and learn about library resources with our expert librarians. Teacher in the Library Jeffrey will be able to help children with homework in all subject areas and even caregivers can get help with focus, learning strategies, and resources for their child. To contact the Edgewater Branch Library for more information, please visit our website.
|Helping Cats Near You |
4th Sunday of every month
4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Zoom Link Here
With temperatures dropping, stray and feral cats need more assistance than ever. Cats in Action has begun hosting monthly community workshops over Zoom to educate the community on how best to help stray cats. If interested, please join us every 4th Sunday of the month via the Zoom link above.
|Enter the Reeling: 40th Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival|
The 40th LGBTQ+ film festival, produced by the Chicago Filmmakers, will take place from September 22 – October 2, 2022. If interested in submitting your cinematic work to the festival, click here. The submission dates are listed below with those who enter by the early bird deadline receiving a discount on their submission.
Late Deadline: June 9, 2022
We look forward to receiving a wide variety of talented and material!
|COVID-19 ResourcesChicago Department of Public Health COVID-19 page (Comprehensive information, one-stop shop)|
48th Ward COVID19 Resource Guide
Small Business Resources, for Business Owners, Employees, & Consumers – Chicago BACP
Small Business Resources – Illinois Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity
Guidance: What to do when COVID-19 Has Been in Your Establishment
Guidance for Older Adults & Others with High Risk
Cook County Health Guide to Walking & Biking
Cook County Health Transit Guide
Chicago Public Schools Permanent Vaccine Sites
CPS Mobile Vaccination Events
CPS School-Based Health Centers