Weekly Update from Your Alderman – December 1, 2017

Weekly Update from Your Alderman: World AIDS Day, Youth Open Mic Night, New Businesses, Holiday Events this Week, Yard Waste Pickup, and more!
December 1, 2017
Dear Neighbor:

Today is World AIDS Day, an annual event that provides an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV/AIDS, show their support for people living with HIV/AIDS and to remember those who have died. I’d like to highlight organizations in our community that have been supporting people living with HIV/AIDS for over two decades: TPAN, Vital Bridges, and Chicago House. I’d also like to invite you to attend the 10th annual World AIDS Day Performance benefiting Alexian Brothers’ Bonaventure House, the Lakeview residential care facility for those living with HIV/AIDS. All are welcome to the 7pm performance at Church of the Atonement, 5749 N. Kenmore. See below for more information.

Tonight my office is hosting an Open Mic Night for youth in our community. This event is part of an ongoing effort to give a voice to the youth in our community and to provide them with positive and productive opportunities. Open Mic Night is tonight, Friday, Dec. 1, 6pm at the Latin School-sponsored community space at 4956 N. Sheridan. Click here for more information, and please share with any interested teens you know.

This week we cut the ribbon on two new businesses in our community: an historic mansion that is now a co-working and event space, and a long awaited coffee shop on Argyle. Colvin House/Creative Co-working is an events venue and co-working space at 5940 N. Sheridan. This beautiful landmarked building has been a single family home for nearly 100 years. With Creative Co-working moving in, the building is now open to the community as an asset for us all to enjoy and benefit from. Thank you to Angela Valavanis and her team for investing in our community in this way. First Sip Cafe, 1057 W. Argyle, is a new coffee and tea shop in the heart of the Argyle business district. Owned by second generation Argyle business owners, the daughters of Cafe Hoang (1020 W. Argyle) owners, First Sip is a home-grown coffee shop that is exactly what the neighborhood has been asking for. Please join me in supporting Erin and Gigi in their endeavor. My office looks forward to hosting community events at each of these locations, I will let you know when they are scheduled.

Now that holiday season is upon is, there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy a festive time in the community. There are number of events coming up this week:

  • Andersonville First Fridays & Holiday Trolley – This month’s First Friday in Andersonville lasts all day, with special promotions and offers at local businesses. The Andersonville Chamber of Commerce is offering a Holiday Trolley every Friday this month to help shoppers make their way through the district — from Lawrence & Clark north to Gethsemane Garden Center, with stops in between. Click here for details on the Holiday Trolley.
  • Senn Park Holiday Lights – Join Senn Park Advisory Council this Sunday, December 3, 4pm, for a festive evening in the pergola with holiday lights and music from Rickover and Senn High School students. Local business Edge of Sweetness will have hot cocoa for sale. Click here for more information.
  • Chicago Bears & Care For Real Toy Drive – On Monday, December 4, from 5:30-7pm, Chicago Bears linebacker Nick Kwiatkoski will host a special Pop-Up Toy Drive in support of Care for Real. The special collection will take place in front of Toys Et Cetera, 5311 N. Clark. Nick will be onsite to meet and take photos with those who drop odd a new and unwrapped toy.
  • Edgewater Chamber of Commerce Holiday Mixer – Join the Edgewater Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, Dec. 7, 6pm for their annual Holiday Mixer at the newly opened Colvin House, 5940 N. Sheridan. Enjoy food and drink from local restaurants and a fantastic silent auction. Click here for more information.
Lastly, with the late leaf drop this year, there are a lot of bags of yard waste going out in the alleys. Please call or email our office (773-784-5277 or harry@48thward.org) to report when you put your yard waste out to ensure it is picked up.

Have a great weekend.

Harry Osterman
Alderman, 48th Ward

Public Safety Update

Community Alert – Armed Robberies
This alert gives notice to three recent Armed Robberies that have occurred within the boundaries of the 20th District (Lincoln). In these Robberies, the offender(s) encounter the victims on the sidewalk or alley, display a handgun, and demand the victim’s property.
Incident times and locations:

  • 5400 block of N. Broadway on November 17, 2017 at 6:00 p.m.
  • 5700 block of N. Sheridan Rd. on November 21, 2017 at 7:50 p.m.
  • 4900 block of N. Magnolia on November 21, 2017 at 10:35 p.m.

About the Offenders:

  • One offender is a male Black, 6’2″ tall approximately 215 lbs., with a dreadlock hairstyle wearing all black clothing.
  • A second offender is a male Black, 35-40 years old, 5’7″-5’10” tall and weighing between 150-175 lbs., wearing black clothing.
  • A third offender is a male Black, 5’10” tall, approximately 200 lbs., wearing all black clothing.

What you can do:
• Be aware of this crime and alert your neighbors.
• Pay special attention to any suspicious people loitering in the area.
• Call 911 immediately and provide a detailed description of the offender(s) including any vehicle description and license plate information.

Community Alert – Car Tire Thefts
There have been several incidents where tires have been stolen off vehicles in our neighborhood. The primary vehicle types have been 2014 Infinity x56, 2018 Hondas, 2016 Hondas and 2008 Acuras. Please keep an eye out on your street for suspicious individuals or groups and please call 911 to report.
Some tips to secure your tires and vehicles:

  • Park your car in a closed garage whenever you can. If you live in an apartment or have a house without a garage, this is often not an option. However, a garage works as a barrier that has to be bypassed, and thieves usually have a harder time getting your car elevated in a garage without alerting anyone in the house.
  • Install a car alarm that includes sensors that attach to the wheels. The alarm detects when the car gets tilted, and the wheel sensors also detect when the wheels get tampered with.
  • Park in an area with a lot of traffic when out in public. The more car and foot traffic going by where you park, the less likely thieves want to risk detection by stealing wheels or tires in that area. Park in view of surveillance cameras whenever possible.
  • Turn your wheels when parking. This makes the wheels harder to remove because they get stuck in the wheel well. The car’s steering column lock makes it difficult for the thieves to turn the wheels forward again without a key for the ignition.
  • Use wheel locks on each wheel, including your spare. The locks fit on each wheel and make the lug nuts extremely difficult to remove without a key. It’s important never to lose the key because you’ll need it if you ever get a flat tire. However, the locks greatly reduce your risk of losing your wheels and tires. Lugnut locks are also useful since they require a specially sized wrench to remove. However, the lug nut locks can be melted quickly with a blowtorch to make them fit a regular wrench, so they are not as effective as wheel locks.

2017 CAPS Meetings Schedules – 20th District
Please join your neighbors in the new year to collaborate on improving community public safety issues and new initiatives. To learn more about CAPS (Chicago Alternative Policing Strategy), click here.

Click here to see schedule for 20th District CAPS meetings
Click here to identify your CAPS beat
Beat 2433 meetings are held at 7 p.m. the fourth Tuesday of every month. The meeting location will alternate between the Edgewater Library, 6000 N. Broadway, and Engine 70 Fire House, 6030 N. Clark.  Click here to download a schedule.

Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office Community Justice Center North Satellite Office Open
Reminder that Kimberly Foxx, the Cook County State’s Attorney now has a satellite office open at 4956 N. Sheridan, at the corner of Sheridan and Argyle. Stop by on the 1st and 3rd Fridays of each month with any questions or concerns from 10am-12pm.
Click here for a flyer with more information

Streets & Sanitation Updates

Street Sweeping Services Extended
The Department of Streets & Sanitation announced this week that street sweeping services will continue through Friday, December 8
The heavy snow last Friday brought down a lot of leaves, and this extended service will help ensure catch basins and sewers are clear of debris.

Our targeted additional street sweeping dates, weather permitting:

  • Friday, December 1 & Monday, December 4 – Zone 9
  • Tuesday, December 5 & Wednesday, December 6 – Zone 10
  • Thursday, December 7 & Friday, December 8 – Zone 1

In the event of snow on any of these dates, street sweeping may be cancelled. For a ward map outlining street sweeping zones, click here. For more information on street sweeping in the City of Chicago, click here.

Yard Waste Pickup
With the late leaf drop, there are a lot of bags of yard waste going out in the alleys. Please call or email our office (773-784-5277 or harry@48thward.org) to report when you put your yard waste out to ensure it is picked up.

Community Meeting: Planned Water Main Project in 48th Ward
Please join us for a community meeting with the Department of Water Management to learn more about a planned water project on Kenmore between Bryn Mawr and Berwyn. The meeting is scheduled for Monday, December 11, 6:30pm, at Epworth Church, 5253 N. Kenmore. The Department of Water Management plans to install approximately 2,002 feet of 8-inch water main on Kenmore between Bryn Mawr and Berwyn, beginning early January, 2018. Please try to attend this informative meeting. Click here for more information.

Women: Information for Inspiration
Wednesday, Dec. 6
St. Andrew’s Church, 5649 N. Sheridan

Join us for an event for women to share life and career journeys and learn about services and support. This event is sponsored by Sen. Heather Steans, Rep. Kelly Cassidy, Rep. Greg Harris, Ald. Harry Osterman.

Panel discussions will include:

  • Starting and Running Your Own Business: Tips and Trick from Local Female Entrepreneurs
  • Succeeding in Your Field: A Conversation with Women Who Have Made It

Exhibitors will include: Domestic Violence Prevention, Healthcare Organizations, Legal/Legislative Groups, Senior Women’s Groups, Childcare Organizations, Financial Literacy, Housing Organizations, Education/Training, and more.
Click here for more information.

Sheridan Road Historic Streetscape Lighting
Wednesday, Dec. 6, 5:30pm
Edgewater Beach Apartments, 5555 N. Sheridan
Click here for more information

Edgewater Beach Apartments is pleased to announce the installation of thirteen new streetlights along the 5500 block of North Sheridan Road. The new lights are designed to harmonize with the surrounding neighborhood lighting and the historic building they help illuminate. They were selected to replace the old, non- functional lights and new wiring was necessary in order to put them in place. The lights provide attractive LED illumination and add to the appeal as well as to the security of the area along the arcade of the Edgewater Beach Apartments.

A ceremonial lighting of the new lamps will take place on December 6 at 5:30 pm.  Alderman Osterman has graciously agreed to join in the celebration. FREE hot chocolate will be served in front of the arcade shops at 5555 Sheridan Road to celebrate the occasion and to draw attention to this community service.   EBA welcomes shareholders, neighbors, and bus riders to join in until the hot chocolate is gone!

The purchase and installation of the lights was paid for by the shareholders of Edgewater Beach Apartments. The ongoing cost of the electricity will also be paid for by shareholders. EBA is pleased and proud to contribute to the beauty and safety of our Edgewater neighborhood and to North Sheridan Road.

Edgewater Chamber of Commerce Holiday Mixer
Thursday, December 7, 6pm
Colvin House, 5940 N. Sheridan
Tickets and more information: holidaymixer2017.bpt.me

The Edgewater Chamber of Commerce Holiday Mixer is our annual fundraiser and end-of-the-year celebration. This event is a little different each year, but a few things remain constant: great food and drinks, wonderful company, and a legendary silent auction!

#AlwaysAndersonville – Local Holiday Pledge

Named the ‘local’ capital of Chicago, Andersonville has always been a fantastic holiday shopping and dining destination. This season, we are excited to launch the #AlwaysAndersonville campaign, blending the support of local businesses with unique Andersonville experiences.

Discover why residents, shoppers, and visitors choose Andersonville to shop, dine, live, and thrive year-round. #AlwaysAndersonville means that in a world of online shopping and Amazon takeovers, you are committing to choose differently; to shop small, shop local, and to support your community. Will you take the pledge? Click here for more information.

Winter Supply Drives

The 48th Ward office, 5533 N. Broadway, is a collection point for a number of charitable supply drives this winter:
  • Holiday Coat Drive – Sponsored by State Representative Kelly Cassidy, State Senator Heather, and Ald. Osterman, we will be collecting new or gently used winter jackets, hats, gloves, and scarves to be distributed to families in Edgewater and Rogers Park. This drive runs through December 21, 2018.
  • Women’s Supply Drive – Cook County Commissioner Bridget Gainer is collecting supplies for Cook County Sheriff’s Women’s Justice Program. Accepted items include: travel-size shampoo, conditioner, & lotion; full-size bars of soap; small combs; white socks; composition notebooks; and cards with stamped envelopes. This drive runs through January 30, 2018.
  • McCutcheon Coat and Gift Drive – McCutcheon Elementary School, 4865 N. Sheridan, is collecting gently used winter coats and gear for students. The school is also collecting gifts students can wrap and give to their parents. Suggested gift items include bath items, jewelry, and household goods. This drive runs through December 8. Call 773.534.2680 for more information.
  • Double Bubble Coat Drive for Swift School – Double Bubble, 6036 N. Broadway, will collect coats from Dec. 3-9 to benefit Swift Elementary School students. On Saturday, Dec. 9, from 6-9pm, there will be drink specials for people who bring 2 or more coats. Click here for more details.

Art Showcase in the 48th Ward Office – “I Carry My Home”

Our office fell upon an artist who, as an immigrant herself, created a series of paintings documenting the Syrian Refugee experience – 3 of which have been on display in the office for a while. Beginning on Friday December 15 for one month, she will be exhibiting the full series of paintings in the 48th Ward conference room at 5533 N. Broadway.

Artist Yu Huang will be available from 5:30 – 7:00pm on Friday December 15 to talk about her experience and her paintings.  All are invited to attend the opening event and of course, visit the office anytime during open hours to view the full exhibit.  Visit Ms. Huang’s website (www.yuhuangart.com) for more information.

Lions Club Recycle for Sight Program

Throughout the year, Lions collect used eyeglasses and deliver them to regional Lions Eyeglass Recycling Centers (LERCs). LERC volunteers clean, sort by prescription strength and package the glasses. Recycled glasses are distributed to people in need in low and middle income communities where they will have the greatest impact.Donate glasses and change someone’s life. Imagine if you could help a child read, an adult succeed in his job or a senior maintain her independence – and provide a community with more opportunities to grow and thrive.

Please drop off your used eyeglasses at our office, 5533 N. Broadway

Senior UpdatesEdgewater Village Events
Interested in a movie with light refreshments?  Would you like to hear about winter traditions or folk music? Perhaps you would like to help create holiday cards for homebound seniors. Mark your calendars to attend these free activities sponsored by Edgewater Village; all are welcome. Click here for more information.

Elder Justice Center Workshops
Please join the Circuit Court of Cook County Elder Justice Center (CCEJC) for the last Senior Enrichment Seminar scheduled in 2017 to be held on Friday, December 8th, from 12:00 noon to 1:30 p.m., at the Richard J. Daley Center, 50 West Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois on the Concourse Level in Room CL-115.  Topics to include:

  • Traffic Court process and procedures
  • Safe driving tips
  • Guidelines for renewing your driver’s license
  • Parking program for persons with disabilities

Seminar Speaker(s):

  • Steve Prostran, Office of the Illinois Secretary of State
  • Dr. William Gardner, Illinois State Coordinator, AARP Driver Safety

Holiday Bingo
Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2-3:30pm
Bethany Retirement Community, 4950 N. Ashland
Click here for details

School & Youth News

Youth Open Mic Night
Join 48th Ward Youth for our first Open Mic Night on December 1st at the Edgewater & Uptown Community Space (4956 N Sheridan). Ages 12-18 are welcome! Free entry for audience and performers, great prizes, and free snacks. Musical/Spoken word performances of all kind are welcome- a piano is available on location.
Performer sign-up begins at 5 PM, with the event beginning at 6 PM. Email Taylor@48thward.org or call 773-784-5277 for more information.
Click here for more information.

Rickover Naval Academy Annual Holiday Concert 
Friday, December 1, 7pm
Senn High School Auditorium, 5900 N. Glenwood
Tickets are $6 for adults and $3 for Veterans, Senoirs 55 and older and children 12 and under

Families Together Coop Nursery School Annual Toy & Clothing Swap
Saturday, December 2, 9 a.m. to noon
Founder’s Hall, Immanuel Lutheran Church, 1500 W. Elmdale Ave.

Each year, we offer our annual toy & clothing swap as an opportunity to pass on gently used children’s clothing, toys, and equipment that you no longer need and get some “new to you” items. You do not need to donate to the swap to “shop” and everything at the swap is completely free. All items left after the swap will be donated to charity.
Donations needed! To make the swap a success, we need lots of great donations of clean, gently used children’s clothing, toys, and equipment! Donated items can be left in the church basement weekdays between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. (on/under the tables on the north side of the room). If you need to drop off at a different time please contact Kate Brenner at businessmanager@ftcns.org to make arrangements.

Movie Night: Home Alone
Friday, December 8
Doors at 5:45pm; Movie starts at 6:00pm
Swift Elementary, 5900 N. Winthrop Ave.
Free (donations accepted), Concessions (popcorn, candy, drinks) are cash only
All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Click here for more information

Invest in Kids Tax Credit Scholarships for 2018-19 School Year: Informational Meeting December 12, 6:30pm, Northside Catholic Academy

Through the Invest in Kids Act, the state of Illinois has created a new way to fund scholarships for children from low-income households who want to attend private schools. The tax credit scholarships offered through this program could cover up to 100 percent of tuition and fees for eligible students in grades K-8. Applications will be awarded on a first come, first serve basis, and will be available January 2, 2018. Northside Catholic Academy is an eligible private school. A 2013 Blue Ribbon School, NCA serves the parishes and communities of Andersonville, Edgewater, Rogers Park, and West Ridge. Program details are still being finalized, but interested families are invited to attend an informational meeting at Northside Catholic Academy on Tuesday, December 12, at 6:30pm at NCA’s Primary School Campus located at 6216 N. Glenwood Ave. Attendees will learn more about the Invest in Kids Tax Credit Scholarship application process and the admissions process at Northside Catholic Academy. To RSVP, contact Melissa Soberanes at 773-743-6277.

Northside Catholic Academy Hosts Admissions Open house December 6

Great learning and discovery starts at Northside Catholic Academy. Discover what makes NCA a Blue Ribbon School at the next Admissions Open House December 6, 9am, at the Primary School Campus, 6216 N. Glenwood Ave. Tour classrooms, meet administration, and talk with parents and teachers. NCA offers a challenging and diversified curriculum for grades PreK-8, that includes Spanish, Technology, Art, Music and Physical Education. NCA’s Early Learning Center includes flexible half-day and full-day options starting at age three. The Early Learning curriculum offers a child-centered approach focused on learning through play and hands-on activities. Onsite extended care and summer camp are available. To RSVP, contact Melissa Soberanes at 773-743-6277. Applications for the 2018-19 school year are available online.

Edgewater Reads Update

Holiday Host Meeting
Join Edgewater Reads for their 3rd annual holiday host meeting at the Edgewater Library in the community room from 12 PM – 1 PM on December 2nd! Meet fellow little free library hosts, share stories from your experience hosting, and hear about what the Edgewater Reads team is all about! Click here for more information.

ACA Open Enrollment

The ACA Insurance Open Enrollment season is in effect. The ACA Marketplace is open for business! You can now shop for the best insurance plan for you and your family.
Illinois residents have from now until December 15th to shop for plans – don’t wait, don’t be late!
You can go to www.getcovered.illinois.gov or call (866) 311-1119 to get more information about what plans are available and to sign up to get help enrolling.
Here are a few things to keep in mind during this Open Enrollment season:

  1. Open Enrollment is shorter than previous years – remember you only have until December 15th to shop around for plans!
  2. Financial assistance is available! This year, 8 in 10 people qualified for help paying premiums – and most could find coverage for between $50 and $100 a month.
  3. Cost-free assistance to help you enroll is also available. You can get free, expert help by phone or in-person to help you learn about and compare your options.
  4. Even if you’re already enrolled in an ACA insurance plan, make sure you shop around. You may be able to save money by shopping around and avoid being in a plan that doesn’t work for you.  But you must act by December 15th.
  5. Having insurance, even for the young and healthy, is extremely important. You can get coverage that provides essential health benefits and caps your out-of-pocket costs – with no annual or lifetime limits. Plus, if you don’t have coverage, you could face a penalty of $695.

10th Annual World AIDS Day Performance
World AIDS Day is Friday, December 1, and this year marks the 10thannual World AIDS Day Performance benefiting Alexian Brothers’ Bonaventure House, the Lakeview residential care facility for those living with HIV/AIDS. All are welcome to the 7pm performance at Church of the Atonement, 5749 North Kenmore Avenue. Admission is free. Voluntary donations support the work of Bonaventure House, providing services to help guide residents to stable housing and independent living. A reception with light refreshments will be held following the performance. For directions and more information, contact Church of the Atonement at 773-271-2727 or churchoftheatonement.org.

Black Out Dinners at 6018 North

Black Out Dinners is an experiential event, a three-course vegetarian dinner in the dark created by a chef and served by Chicago Lighthouseemployees. An exploration of the senses, these dinners continue 6018North’s mission of connecting people through intimate, transformative encounters. Black Out Dinners will be held at 7:00 pm December 1-3 to December 8-10 on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. For more information, please visit Eventbrite.

Chefs serving three-course vegetarian meals:

We will meet in 6018North’s first floor to view the menu and order wine in the light, and then be escorted to the dark ballroom upstairs. After the meal we will have dessert together downstairs and engage in a conversation led by the Chicago Lighthouse servers about the experience.
Click here for more information and to RSVP.

While you are here, you can visit the finished In Wood We Trust by the Chapuisat Brothers – which was created with support from last year’s dinners.

Generous support for the Black Out Dinners is provided inpart by EyeWantEyeWear and the Charleston Bar.

48th Ward Night at Loyola University Basketball
Saturday, Jan. 13, 7pm
Gentile Arena, 6511 N. Sheridan

Come out to support the Loyola Ramblers as they face the Bradley University Braves! Senn High School band will perform at the game, as well! Use code “48” for $5 tickets! Bring the whole family! Click here for tickets.

Northside Wedding Expo Accepting Vendor ApplicationsThe Edgewater Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the Northside Wedding Expo on Sunday, April 15! Both vendors and couples will have the opportunity to meet and greet local, small business owners at three Edgewater venues: the newly re-opened Colvin HouseFirehouse Chicago, and The Lytle House. Tickets will be available for purchase soon.

If you are interested in applying to be a vendor at the Northside Wedding Expo, please fill out the application below. Applications must be submitted by Friday, December 15th.  Any questions or concerns can be directed to Melissa Franada at melissa@edgewater.org.

What’s Happening at the Libraries

The Edgewater Public Library, 6000 N. Broadway, 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
Care for Real News

On Monday, December 4, from 5:30pm-7:00pm, Chicago Bears linebacker Nick Kwiatkoski will host a special POP UP TOY DRIVE in support of Care for Real!  The special collection will take place in front of Toys Et Cetera, 5311 North Clark Street.  Nick will be onsite to meet and take photos with those who drop odd a new and unwrapped toy.  To learn more about Care for Real’s beloved Annual Toy Drive or to donate, visit https://careforreal.org/.

Fat Cat hosts Cocktails for Cause, Dec. 3 – Dec. 6!  Purchase a specialty cocktail at Fat Cat, 4840 N. Broadway, from Sunday, December 3 to Wednesday, December 6, and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Care for Real.

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In This Issue

Ward Office Info

Ward Office
5533 N. Broadway
Chicago, IL 60640
T: 773-784-5277
F: 773-784-6630
Office hours: Monday-Friday 9 am-5 pm;
Evening hours available by appointment

City Hall Office
121 N. LaSalle Room 300
Chicago, IL 60602
T: 312-744-6860

Upcoming Events
Senn Park Winter Lights Music Night
Sunday, Dec. 3
Senn Park Pergola
Click here for more information.

Musical Gifts Galore!
Sunday, Dec. 3
Stage 773, 1225 W. Belmont
Click here for more information

Cedar Park Advisory Council Meeting
Monday, Dec. 4
Chicago Grind, 5256 N. Broadway

Sing We Now! Edgewater Singers Concert
Saturday, Dec. 9
St. Gertrude’s Church, 1420 W. Granville
Click here for more information

Northside Housing & Supportive Services Open House
Thursday, Dec. 14
Uptown Men’s Shelter, 941 W. Lawrence
Click here for more information

Arts & Culture

See the full calendar of arts events by clicking here.

1980 (Or Why I’m Voting for John Anderson)
By Jackalope Theatre
Performances October 17 through December 2
Jackalope Theatre, 5917 N. Broadway
Click here for more information

Bobby Pin Girls
By Nothing Without a Company
Performances October 29 through December 3
Chicago Mosaic School, 1101 W. Granville
Click here for more information

That’s Weird, Grandma: Holiday Stories
By Barrel of Monkeys
Performances December 4-23
Neo-Futurist Theater, 5153 N. Ashland
Click here for more information

Nice Girl
By Raven Theatre
Performances January 24 – March 11
Raven Theatre, 6157 N. Clark St.
Click here for more information

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