Weekly Update from Your Alderman – July 6, 2018

Dear neighbor,

I hope you all enjoyed the 4th of July and the fireworks that were a little loud around our community. Last night was our successful kick-off to our Argyle Night Market. Despite an early rain we had over 3,000 people out to enjoy local vendors, live entertainment and great food. Please take the opportunity to go visit the night market on one Thursday evening throughout the summer.

I wanted to update you on several park district renovation projects going on in our community. Cedar Playlot at Berwyn and Winthrop is halfway to completion. Concrete has been poured for the new water play area and AstroTurf has been installed in the southern end of the park. We are waiting for soft surface to be installed as well as additional play equipment. Our expectation is that the park will be open in August.

Many of you have contacted my office regarding the Park District’s lakefront trail renovations that will separate pedestrians from cyclists. There has been significant amount of work that’s been done south of Foster. A new concrete walkway has been installed and is completed north of Foster along Foster Beach. The park district originally wanted to install the new pedestrian walkway in the middle of the green field between Bryn Mawr and Berwyn, which I strongly objected to. The new plan is to expand the existing lakefront trail to have a dedicated bike lane and a dedicated pedestrian walkway side by side. Construction for this project will begin next week and the area between Ardmore and Berwyn will be closed. Pedestrians can walk along the lakefront and cyclists are encouraged to use Kenmore and Winthrop and head east at Foster or Argyle to link up with the lakefront trail. We will keep you updated on this project as it moves forward.

Pedestrian safety is a priority of mine in our community. Recently we have installed four speed indicator cameras on Broadway and four are being added on Sheridan Road, all between Devon and Hollywood. These are there to remind drivers to slow down as they drive in our community to ensure safety of children and neighbors. We will be monitoring how effectively they work and might be installing more throughout our neighborhood. Also in response to safety concerns we have installed a new stop sign at Farragut and Clark to help ensure pedestrian safety at this busy intersection.

Tonight, I will be a guest on Good Evening with Pat Whalen, at 9:30 p.m. at the Frontier Theatre, 1106 W. Thorndale. We will cover a range of issues at this fun and interesting local late night talk show.

This weekend is the annual St. Andrew’s Greek Fest at Hollywood and Sheridan Saturday from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 11 p.m. Please take the opportunity to come out and enjoy one of our neighborhood’s long-standing festivals.

The CDOT Bike Ambassadors will work alongside our office to host a bike rodeo that helps teach kids proper bike techniques and rules of the road. Join us this Sunday, July 8th from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. behind Senn High School to learn more about bike safety.

Sincerely,

Harry Osterman
Alderman, 48th Ward

“Coco” – Come watch the award-winning Pixar movie about a boy in Mexico who learns about the love of music and family
Tuesday, July 10
Movie starts at dusk
Peirce School, 1424 W. GregoryCAPS Night Out – Come meet us at Buttercup Park for the kick-off filled with family-friendly activities, music, great food and a lot of fun
Wednesday, July 11
5-7:30 pm
Buttercup Park, 4901 N Sheridan Rd

Argyle Night Market – The market is free admission and features local food vendors, artists, and live entertainment
Thursday, July 12
5-9 pm
Argyle between Kenmore and Sheridan

People’s Gas Project
5800 Block of N. Broadway

  • Maintenance work project.
  • Parking restrictions on both sides of the street due to maintenance on both sides.
  • Parking is available after 4 pm Monday-Friday and on weekends.
CTA Substation Work at Ardmore/Broadway
Location: CTA substation at 5847 N. Broadway St.
Work Days/ Hour: Daily, 7 am – 3:30 pm
Work Activity: Excavation & Micropile Installation
Potential Impacts to Local Residents: 

  • The alley behind 5847 N. Broadway St. between Ardmore Avenue and Thorndale Avenue, along with the CTA building and the Chicago Department of Streets & Sanitary Building will be closed to vehicle and pedestrian traffic.
  • There will be some noise while work is being performed due to truck activity such as beeping from back up alarms and due to equipment necessary for excavation.

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the project is now scheduled to be completed second week of July.  If there are any questions or concerns about the work activity, contact LaTrice Phillips-Thompson at 312-681-2709.

Woodruff Arcade (6351-67 N. Broadway St.) Development

  • Excavating continues
  • Ready to start framing concrete block
  • Flaggers on site

Project continues to move forward, if you have any questions please contact our office at 773-784-5277.

Public Safety Update

Cooling Centers
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Click here to view a map of Chicago cooling centers

  • Residents can use various cooling centers throughout the City including 10 S. Kedzie and CPD locations (24 hours), CPL (79 libraries) and DFSS (6 human service and 21 senior centers) facilities will serve as a cooling center during normal business hours
  • CPD, CFD, and DFSS will conduct well-being checks
  • Parks will have all beaches and outdoor pools open
*2018 CAPS Beat Meetings Schedule

Click here to view the schedule for 20th District CAPS Beat meetings.
Click here to view the schedule for 24th District CAPS Beat meetings.
Not sure which beat you live in? Click here to find out. We will share 24th District meetings when available in an upcoming newsletter.

Community Meeting
Monday, July 9
6 pm
Steep Theatre, 1113 W. Berwyn Ave.

The purpose of this meeting is to talk abut Steep Threatre’s request to lift the “cosumption on premises” moratorium on West Berwyn Avenue to allow the issuance of an incidental liquor license for the theatre.

In attendance will be representatives from the theatre to talk about this request and answer any questions the surrounding community might have.

Please join us for this very important meeting. If you have any questions, please contact the 48th Ward’s Public Service Office at 773-784-5277 or email dan@48thward.org.

Chicago RX Card

The Chicago Rx Card serves three primary groups:

  • Those without health insurance;
  • Those on Medicare; and
  • Those who are insured but are interested to see if Chicago Rx Card offers a lower price than insurance.

Please note that insurance and the Chicago Rx Card cannot be combined for additional discount on same prescription.

Here are some of the Chicago Rx Card Highlights:

  • Cards are ready to use, and accepted at all major chain pharmacies and most independents
  • Everyone is eligible – no forms or eligibility requirements
  • One card is good for your entire family
  • Over 60,000 drugs included in program
  • Savings of up to 80% on your prescriptions
  • The card is free and no additional fee is applied when used at pharmacies
  • Card is good for pet prescriptions when filled at a participating pharmacy

The 48th Ward has received 1000 cards and constituents can come and pick up a card. Cards can also be printed, emailed, or texted to residents directly from the website once the program is announced.
Commonly Asked Questions
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Informacion en espanol

Youth Update

Youth Summer Opportunities

Family Empowerment Centers Summer Programs
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Day Camp
Dates: July 9 – August 17
Time: 9 am – 2 pm
1533 W. Devon Ave.
Cost: Free of cost (50 spots available). FEC’s Day camp for kids is for kids from 5-12 years old. Kids will learn Bible stories during the VBS (morning hour), curriculum, art and crafts, singing, dancing, fun skits, group discussions and games.

40 Days of Presence
Dates: July 15 – August 23
In a collaborative effort with Churches on the north side, we want to be present in our communities for 40 days of “presence” outreach/service in the city of Chicago. To serve through community projects (clean up, paint, organize) through the alderman’s office, schools & para-church organizations, through games and camps and in other ways possible.

Raven Theatre Announces Sessions for TAKE FLIGHT SUMMER CAMP 2018
Five Theatre Arts Sessions for Ages 6 – 16

Click here for information on sessions

Over the course of two weeks, campers will create their own theatrical adaptations inspired by classic and popular children’s stories. Their original work will be performed for family and friends on the final day of camp. The program also includes a special one-week, half-day tech session focused on the basics of scenic, props, and lighting design. Regular two-week sessions are held Monday – Friday from 9 am – 3 pm, with an option of extended daycare from 3 – 4 pm. The one-week tech session is held Monday – Friday from Noon – 3 pm. All sessions are held at Raven Theatre, 6157 N. Clark St. (at Granville) in Chicago’s Edgwater neighborhood. To register, please visit www.raventheatre.com/education/camps. For additional information, e-mail education@raventheatre.com or call (773) 571-3038. Progam fees: Tech Camp $300 ($50 early bird discount with code “Early50”). Session 1 – 4 $600 ($100 off with code “Early100”). Codes cannot be combined with other discounts.

Senior Update

The Voluntary Emergency Assistance Registry for People with Disabilities or Special Needs

The City of Chicago’s Voluntary Emergency Assistance Registry was created to provide police, fire and other emergency personnel with important information about the type of assistance people with disabilities and seniors would need in an emergency.

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Schools and Parents Update

Get Fit at Swift
Every Saturday
10 am
Swift Elementary School
1 mile walk/run, a 3 mile run and yoga with Core Power yoga instructors.

Rise & Shine Illinois

The Summer Meals Program funded by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and administered by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) serves free nutritious meals during the summer months to kids 18 and under when school is out. To find a site near you call (800) 359-2163, text FoodIL to 8778877, or visit ServeMealsIllinois.org

Families Together Co-op Nursery School Spots Available for 2018-2019

Looking for an exceptional preschool for the 2018-19 school year? Families Together Cooperative Nursery School offers a welcoming school community with outstanding teachers, a research-based approach to learning through play, and a commitment to social justice and anti-bias practices. A limited number of spots are available in our Maples class for 2018-2019. Applicants should be 3 1/2 by 9/1/18. Maples meets Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays from 12:30 to 3:30 pm.

Monday through Friday lunch enrichment program and a summer camp is offered for enrolled students. Annual tuition is based on a sliding fee scale relative to a family’s income level. For more information go to www.ftcns.org. Contact Kate Brenner, Business Manager, at businessmanager@ftcns.org if you have any questions.

Senn Arts Dance looking for new faculty member

Senn Arts Dance offers a comprehensive variety of performance and theory-based courses including four years of performance-based technical skills courses, an examination of choreography, dance history, and production design, and a rigorous physical practice emphasizing proper conditioning, technique, and nutrition. The Senn Arts Dance program seeks to transform young dancers into powerful and expressive artists with the skills and versatility to perform in a variety of dance genres. Additionally, partnerships with members of the Chicago dance community allow students the opportunity to work firsthand with dance professionals to gain practical insight into the inside workings of the dance world.

Senn High School is a neighborhood high school located in Edgewater. It’s a beautiful, huge building that currently houses both Senn High School (1500 kids) and Rickover Naval Academy (500 kids). Senn was designated as the first “Wall to Wall” IB school and in addition to this rigorous academic curriculum, we also offer our magnet Senn Arts program and a Design (STEM) program. Senn Arts was established in 2011 and is unique in many ways. It attracts artists from all over the city for dance, theatre, music, and visual art and is a full honors program where students take 2 classes in their art form every day for 4 years. We believe that ensuring a rigorous art and academic program allows for students to be well rounded, creative, global-minded citizens.

Senn Arts is different than many programs because it is NOT a conservatory. We operate as a contemporary art program that focuses on creation, critical thinking, problem-solving and empowering student voice. Our dance students not only spend time on technique (of many different forms of dance) and theory of dance, but also on their own choreography, lighting for shows, etc. The program is small (about 50 kids), but growing.  Senn has partnerships with Joel Hall, Gus Giordano, and the Joffrey Ballet and are looking to build more.

Senn is looking for someone (who is dance certified and can work in CPS) that wants to join a team of creatives that teach kids how to be amazing people. Here’s the CPS job description

Word on the Street showcase. The dancers start 36 minutes in if you are interested in seeing what they’ve been up to.

If interested get in touch Principal Mary Beck (mpbeck@cps.edu) or Senn Arts coordinator, Krista Wortendyke (klwortendyke@cps.edu) if you have any questions.

What’s Happening at the Libraries

The Edgewater Public Library, 6000 N. Broadway St., and the Bezazian Public Library, 1226 W. Ainslie St., offer a wide variety of programs and events each month.

Click here for a listing of Edgewater Library events
Click here for a listing of Bezazian Library events

Friends of the Edgewater Library

The No Book Club
Tuesday, July 10
6:30-7:30 pm
Betty A. Barclay Community Room, Edgewater Library, 6000 N. Broadway

Share your thoughts about a book you’re reading or one you’ve read recently.  Meet new people and hear about topics and authors that interest them. This evening program is co-sponsored by Friends of the Edgewater Library, Edgewater Reads and Edgewater Village and is held on the second Tuesday of every other month.

Edgewater Village

Edgewater Village presents books, dining and healthy eating

Are you ready for a fun week? Hear about the Mediterranean Diet at 12:30 p.m. on July 9 at the Edgewater Senior Satellite Center; light refreshments and free raffle. Meet new people while you enjoy talking about books at The No Book Club meeting on July 10, 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the Edgewater Library.

Be adventurous and experience Ethiopian cuisine on July 12. ($20 per person; BYOB.) Meet at Lalibela Restaurant, 5633 N. Ashland at 6 p.m. Registration required by July 9. See details and other programs on the attached schedule.
(A: Please include calendar from last week.)

2018 Summer Nights in Edgewater

Join your neighbors again this year, on warm summer nights, for our popular community program of free live performances. From July 11 to August 29, 2018, every Wednesday evening from 6 to 8 p.m, local musicians will entertain you in the beautiful Edgewater Historical Society garden at 5358 N. Ashland Avenue. Refreshments will be served. We are kid friendly!We are pet friendly! All are welcome. The 2018 Schedule can be found on the Edgewater Historical Society website. For more information, check our website, follow us on facebook or call 773‑506‑4849.

Edgewater Glen’s 45th Annual Garden Walk
Sunday July 8
Noon – 5 pm.
Starting point at 1420 W. Glenlake (6100N)
Suggested donation is $5 per adult with children free

This year the Gardens of West Edgewater Glen will be featured in this compact, easily-walkable route in the 1400 & 1500 blocks of Norwood, Glenlake, Hood, & the south side  of Granville. All of the gardens are beautiful and many of them are also labeled  ‘Poison Free’, where no pesticides\herbicides are used. Click here for more information.

Celebrate America through the Food of Our Immigrants
Saturday, July 14 Kick-Off
6 pm – 10 pm
5500 N. Broadway St.
Admission: FREE on Sunday. Saturday tickets $10 at the doorHistoric St. Ita Catholic church in Edgewater, will become the north side’s international food center when its Tastes of Summer festival returns Sunday, July 15th. Our immigrant chefs and local parishioners will serve up over 75 specialties from 12 countries. Entertainment includes live ethnic music and Latin Jazz combos. “Our immigrant chefs are truly excited about showcasing their ethnic specialties. We feature food from Central America, Columbia, Venezuela, Burma, Vietnam, the Philippines, Nigeria, Poland and Mexico. American favorites like hotdogs and burgers, along with Philly cheesesteaks are also available,” said Mike Magada, co-chair of the event. “St. Ita’s is a great example of how different immigrant groups working together celebrate what makes America great – its cultural diversity.”

A new feature is the Saturday evening Festival Kick-off July 14th 6-10 pm with food provided by Edgewater Taco.

Discounted Food Tickets for Sunday can be purchased online until July 12th here.

Who We Are St. Ita’s Catholic Church is considered Chicago’s most ethnically diverse church and is staffed by Conventual Franciscan Friars. Over 40 languages are spoken by its 1,200 parishioners. Proceeds will benefit the church’s programs and neighborhood outreach.

Movies at Buttercup
Buttercup Playlot Park, 4901 N. Sheridan Rd.
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July 14 – ‘Coco’
July 28 – James Bond in ‘Thunderball’
August 11 – ‘Black Panther’
August 25 – Sergio Leone’s ‘Once Upon a Time in the West’

Chicago Filmmakers Upcoming Events & Workshops
Chicago Filmmakers, 5720 N. Ridge Ave.Youth Filmmaking Summer Camp (July 23 – Aug 3)
Teen Screenwriting Camp (July 9 – July 13)
Teen Screenwriting Camp (July 23 – July 27)
Teen Screenwriting Camp (Aug 6 – Aug 10)
Teen Filmmaking Summer Camp (July 9 – July 20)
Teen Filmmaking Summer Camp (Aug 6 – Aug 17)

For more information and to register visit: http://chicagofilmmakers.org/youth-classes-workshops/classes

Take a class at Chicago Filmmakers
Sign up for classes + workshops in the new home – a fully renovated firehouse in the Edgewater community.

Screenings

Jane Campion’s Two Friends (July 7)
Aim for the Roses (July 14)
Now That We Have Your Attention (July 21)
Afro-Futurism Short Films (July 28)

Sarah’s Circle July Donation Drive
Click here for more informationThe Christmas in July Drive benefiting Sarah’s Circle in Uptown drop the items, specified in the link, at 4838 N. Sheridan Rd.
Chicago Animal Care and Control Dog (and Cat!) Days of Summer

Summer is Chicago’s favorite season, and it’s even more special when shared with a pet from the city shelter.  Our animals have been waiting for adopters who promise to love and care for them, and to give them a chance to take an evening walk or a nap on a sunny windowsill. In exchange, CACC’s dogs and cats offer lifelong love, appreciation, and companionship.  Give them a chance and you may find your new best friend.  Fees waived for all dogs and cats 6 months or older until July 31.
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Edgewater’s Farmers Market
Saturdays, June 16 – October 13
8 am – 1 pm
Broadway Armory Parking Lot, 5917 N. Broadway St.
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Carmen Winona Block Club Yard Sale
Saturday and Sunday, July 14-15
9 am – 4 pm
Uptown neighborhood around 5100 Marine Drive
Click here for more informationCheck out vendors lining the parkways on Winona, Marine Drive, Carmen, and along Sheridan in the Uptown Neighborhood (near the lake between Foster and Argyle). We are asking for a $5 donation from each vendor to support future block club endeavors. Donations will be collected on the day of the event.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chicago Mosaic School

Open House
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The school is proud to showcase the Gallery of Contemporary Mosaics (GoCM), where they will be presenting many exciting exhibitions, starting with their Debut show opening on July 13th of this year. Their grand re-opening is scheduled for September 14th, so please save the date- it will be an exciting and happy event for everyone involved!

In Debut, opening July 13th, the Gallery of Contemporary Mosaics (GoCM) returns to the public stage in full with an exhibition displaying diverse selections from faculty members of affiliate organization The Chicago Mosaic School (CMS). This is the first GoCM exhibition in a new, permanent exhibition space at 1127 W. Granville Ave.

We hope to see you this summer in our brand new classrooms, visiting GoCM, our 1127 Artist Studios (11 unique working artist spaces), or the new home of Tiny Pieces Mosaic Tools & Supplies.

Sculptural Forms Workshop
July 7-8
9 am -4 pm
Students learn about form and volume, creating geometric and organic shapes. The class will explore how form, texture, and gesture can be used like a language to communicate ideas and emotions.
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Clay in Mosaics: Tiles & Elements Intensive Workshop
July 9-11
9 am – 5 pm
This 3-day workshop gives students the opportunity to create unique clay forms and surfaces, hand-formed tiles and elements.
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In this 6-week class students use personal relics, mementos, or shards to create a tribute to a person, place, or time. Click here for more information

Oak Street Health Edgewater July Calendar
Click here for full calendarThursday, July 12 – Jolly July Birthday Lunch 11-12 pm
Thursday, July 26 – Colonial Times Luncheon 11-12 pm

 

 

 

Swedish American Museum
5211 N. Clark Street
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Exhibit by Swedish artist to begin July 6

The opening of a new exhibit, “Still Life,” with paintings by Swedish artist Karin Broos, is scheduled for 6 pm Friday, July 6, in the first floor gallery of the Swedish American Museum. The exhibit may be seen through Sunday, September 23.

The provocative images depict female members of the artist’s family in mundane situations. Born in 1950, Broos is inspired by her home life and the landscape of Värmland, where she has lived since 1975.

Two related programs are scheduled on Friday, August 3, as follows: Start with Art from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, and Family Night from 4 to 6 p.m. The artist will not be able to attend any events, but her book will be available in the Museum store.

More events scheduled during the summer

Ongoing exhibit: “Dreams of a Swedish Summer” by master gardener Lamanda Joy, in the second-floor Wallenberg Gallery through Sunday, July 29.

Fridays, July 6, 13 and 20
11 am
Summer Hejsan story and craft programs for young children, based on the aquatic life of Sweden.

Sunday, July 8
1 pm
Scandinavian Jam, an instructional program about traditional roots music led by Mary Allsopp and Paul Tyler; participants are welcome to play their own instruments during the jam session that begins at 2 pm.

Wednesday, July 11
3-8 pm
The Museum Store will participate in the Andersonville Farmers Market.

Edgewater Greek Fest
July 7-8
Saturday 3-11 pm
Sunday Noon – 10 pm
St. Andrew’s Greek Orthodox Church, 5649 N. Sheridan Rd.
Click here for more informationGreek Food, Beer, Wine, Music, Grecian Dancers, Pastries, Raffle. Children’s Activities, Church Tours, Marketplace, Books. Admission is $3.00 and children 12 & under enter for free with adult.
The 45th Annual Edgewater Glen Garden Walk
Sunday, July 8
Noon – 5 pm
Starting at 1420 W. Glenlake Ave. (6100N)
Click here for more informationAdmission is $5 per adult and includes a raffle ticket for Gethsemane Garden Center Gift Certificate prizes. No charge for children.

This year the gardens of West Edgewater Glen will be featured in this easily-walkable route that includes the 1400 & 1500 blocks of Norwood, Glenlake, Hood, & the south side of Granville. This is your chance to see urban residential outdoor spaces created by our talented gardeners. All of the gardens are beautiful and many of them are also labelled ‘Poison Free’, where no pesticides\herbicides are used.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Special Olympics 50th Anniversary Celebration Global Day of Inclusion Festival

Saturday, July 21
1-7pm
Soldier Field
1410 Museum Campus Drive
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Enjoy family-friendly sports activities, games, live entertainment and more! Together, we can make everyone feel included

Living Architecture 6018 North 

Open Hours Saturdays and Sundays beginning July 14
12-5 pm
Working Studios Mondays
July 16, July 30, August 13, August 27
7-9 pm

a POWER FLOWER trots the GLOBE Helianthus!

Thursday, July 26
Shows at 10 am,1 pm, 3 pm, 6:30 pm
Winthrop Harmony Arts Garden 4919 N. Winthrop
Reservations for groups of 10 or more Write martie@greenscenechicago.org
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FREE pageant for all ages and is presented in a garden full of sunflowers!
Summer Stock Teen Performers Judith Chima Jesus Guerrero Evelyn Hernandez Hakim Muhammad Aida Zeleke Conceived and directed by Martie Sanders Prop and puppet design by Sharon Evans and Uptown kids

Submissions now open for the first annual women in podcasting festival, to be held October 6 at Otherworld Theatre

(Chicago) Southgate Media Group is hosting the first annual Women in Podcasting Festival (WiP) and is looking for podcast and panel submissions.  The festival will be at Otherworld Theatre, 3914 N Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60613 October 6, 2018.

Submissions are now open for podcasts and panels to perform at the first annual Women in Podcasting Festival.  Southgate Media Group is looking for podcasts mainly hosted by women. Other gendered co-hosts are definitely welcome yet the shows main host must identify as female. Are looking for a wide variety of topics to show the diversity in interests of women lead podcasts as well.  Panels being sought are to be focused on the business of podcasting or women in media. Submission deadline July 31, 2018. Contact Rob at southgatemediagroup@gmail.com or click here for more information.

Masonic Philosophical Society
Every Fourth Saturday of the month
1-2:30 pm
Berger Cultural Center, 6205 N. Sheridan Rd.
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Feast of Resistance Cooking Class Series Returns This Summer
May 31 – August 9
Peterson Garden Project Community Cooking School, 5917 N. Broadway St.
Click here for more information

Summer on the Plaza
Every Wednesday and Friday
5-7 pm
Plaza outside of the Loyola L stop
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Organic Rooftop Farm
June-September 1st Friday of every month
5 pm – sunset
Uncommon Ground, 1401 West Devon Ave.
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See the full calendar of arts events by clicking here.

Three Cat Productions presents: Cabaret on the Lake
Every second Friday of the month
7:30 pm
Berger Park Mansion, 6205 N. Sheridan Rd.
Click here for more information

The Laramie Project
By AstonRep Theatre Company
Performances June 7 though July 8
Raven Theatre, 6157 N. Clark St.
Click here for more information

Fight Quest 4 Peace 
June 15 – July 7
Friday and Saturdays at 7:30 pm
Otherworld Theatre, 3914 N. Clark St.
Click here for more informationNot One Batu
June 27 – July 28
Wednesday through Saturday at 7 pm
Berger Park Cultural Center Coach House, 6205 N. Sheridan Rd.
Click here for more information

Linda
July 12 – August 18
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights at 8 pm and Sunday matinees at 3 pm, excluding July 15
Steep Theatre, 1115 W. Berwyn Ave.
Click here for more information

Loyola University Museum of Art Presents Three New Summer Exhibitions
July 6-7
LUMA, 820 N. Michigan Ave.
Galleries Feature Contemporary Indian Art, Photography of Chicago’s Neighborhoods,
and Collages Inspired by the Pilsen Community
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