Weekly Update from Your Alderman — February 8, 2019

Weekly Update from Your Alderman
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February 8, 2019
Dear Neighbor,Please join me tomorrow on Argyle Street to celebrate the Year of the Pig!Argyle Lunar New Year Parade festivities begin at noon, and the parade will step off from Argyle and Winthrop at 1pm. This annual event brings our community together to celebrate the vibrant Asian culture in the Argyle area. I hope to see you there. Click here for complete event details.

While you are on Argyle this weekend, please take note of the beautiful murals near Kenmore. Click below to view a video documenting the creation of one of the murals, dedicated to John Vietnam, a young man from the Argyle community who passed away at a young age.


Chicago Theatre Week began yesterday and runs through Sunday, February 17. This is week of discounted performances across the city. In the 48th Ward, we don’t have to travel far to find award-winning and awe-inspiring theatre. For a list of Chicago Theatre Week performances in the area, click here. If you need some dinner before or after seeing a show, click here for a list of local restaurants participating in Chicago Restaurant Week, including Mango Pickle and Big Jones in our ward. 

DCASE has named 2019 the Year of Chicago Theatre, setting a goal for each Chicagoan to enjoy at least one production this year. The 48th Ward is home to more than 20 theatre companies. I look forward to sharing opportunities to celebrate the Year of Chicago Theatre locally throughout the year. Click here for information on the Edgewater Theatre District.

The City of Chicago recently launched a new licensing mechanism for businesses interested in doing “pop-ups” or temporary locations. The Edgewater Development Corporation, Edgewater Chamber of Commerce, and RogersEdge are hosting an informational workshop on Wednesday, Feb. 13 for entrepreneurs and property owners who are learning more. Click here for more information about the event. Click here for more information about the Pop-Up License.

As you plan to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your loved ones next week, please keep it local! The 48th Ward has many options to support local businesses for both traditional and non-traditional Valentine’s Day celebrations: For flowers or plants: Foyer ShopAnna Held Floral StudioQideasFor wine, champagne, or other spirits: Andersonville Wine and SpiritsCastle Food & LiquorsForemost LiquorsIndependent Spirits, Inc.For chocolates and candies: CandyalityLickity SplitFor jewelry: Bryn Mawr Jewlery Co.a number of jewelry stores on Argyle St.On the RocksFor greeting cards: Andersonville GalleriaWomen & Children FirstFor date night: AartwerkRAM Studio, and any of the many fantastic restaurants and theatres in our neighborhoodFor any other need, please see the business directories for the Andersonville Chamber of CommerceEdgewater Chamber of Commerce, and Uptown United.Enjoy your weekend and I hope to see you at the parade. 

Sincerely,
Harry Osterman
Alderman, 48th Ward

2019 CAPS Beat Meetings Schedules

Due to a holiday, the upcoming Beat Meeting for Beat 2022 on February 12th is canceled. 
Click here to view the schedule for the 20th District CAPS Beat Meetings
Click here to view the schedule for the 24th District CAPS Beat Meeting
If you want to know what police district and beat you belong to, click here to find out.

Asian Lunar New Year Celebrations

Argyle Lunar New Year Parade
Saturday, February 9
Noon-2:30pm

Join us to celebrate the Year of the Pig! The annual Argyle Lunar New Year Parade is a decades-old Uptown tradition celebrating the start of the new Lunar Year. We hope you’ll join us as we kick off the YEAR OF THE PIG with music, colorful lion dances, entertainment, and more! Come along with a processional of local groups and floats starting near the Argyle “L” stop. Click here for more information.

Year of the Pig Lunar New Year Celebration Banquet 
Saturday, February 9
11:30 am
Furama Restaurant, Broadway and Argyle
Click here for more information

With Love From Andersonville

In the spirit of giving back, With Love From Andersonville returns this year with a Valentine’s Day charity promotion in Andersonville! Kicking off this year on Valentine’s Day and continuing through the weekend, February 14-17, Andersonville businesses have joined forces to give back 14% of their sales to a charity or non-profit chosen by the business. 

Click here for a list of participating businesses. 

Andersonville Restaurant Week 2019
Friday, February 22 – Sunday, March 3

Andersonville’s Third Annual Restaurant Week is steadily approaching! Participating restaurants will offer $10, $20, and $30 menu specials and prix fixe offers throughout the 10 days. Enjoy delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner options.

Click here for more information and a list of participating restaurants.

Edgewater International Women’s Day Crawl

Save the date! The Edgewater Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce the return of its International Women’s Day Edgewater Crawl on Friday, March 8th. The event is open to the general public and all Edgewater residents. Ticket sales are open!

2019 James Tyree Award Application is Now Open Through March 29

Any small business in the 6 County NE region who is growing and philanthropic can apply to win $50,000, plus Chamber services, and exposure. They apply, and eventually reach a “shark tank” style competition. They are NOT required to be a member of the Chamber- every small business that meets the criteria are encouraged to apply.
Click here for more information

Meet your Match 
Saturday, February 9 and Sunday, February 10
12:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Chicago Animal Care and Control, 2741 S Western Ave
Click here for more information

Schools and Parents Update

Brews for Bulldogs

Friday, March 8
6pm
Ravenswood Event Center, 4011 N Ravenswood
Click here for tickets

On Friday March 8, Friends of Senn will host Brews for Bulldogs, a food and drink event intended to raise funds to support student opportunities at Senn High School.  The event will take place at Ravenswood Event Center at 4011 N Ravenswood Chicago, IL 60613. This will be the 5th annual Brews for Bulldogs event, and we are eager to host what is sure to be a fun and charitable evening. The past events have raised more than $35,000 collectively and we are eager to continue this trend.

Friends of Senn is an organization that serves as the fundraising arm of Nicholas Senn High School. The organization will help foster the technological, physical and structural development of the school. Friends of Senn plans to run a series of events to help benefit the school. The organization will use funds raised to increase Senn’s capacity to foster education. The funds will supplement the depreciating budget and help the school provide opportunities and resources that students would otherwise not have.

Families Together Cooperative Nursery School Open Houses
Bring your entire family to play in the classrooms, get to know our families and teachers, and get a “feel” for the school! Join us for an Open House on the following Saturday between 10 a.m. and noon: Saturday, February 23, 2019. Applications for the 2019-20 school year are due March 1, 2019. To learn more about our programs, visit our website at: www.ftcns.org

Family Yoga for Parents and Children in Preschool to First Grade
Saturdays February 9 – April 10
10:00 am – 11:00 am
Chicago Friends School, 1246 W Thorndale Ave
Click here for more information

NCA Soirée
Saturday, February 23
6:00 pm
Ravenswood Event Center, 4043 Ravenswood Ave
Click here for more information

Friends of Senn Meeting
Tuesday, February 19
5:30 pm
Senn High School, Room 115, 5900 N Glenwood
Click here for more information

Senn Local School Council Meeting
Tuesday, February 19
6:15 pm
Senn High School, Room 115, 5900 N Glenwood
Click here for more information

Senn Parent Advisory Council Meeting
Tuesday, February 19
7:00 pm
Senn High School, Room 115, 5900 N Glenwood
Click here for more information

Monthly Metropolis Coffee Sale for Peirce Elementary
Various dates each month
Click here for more information

Valentine’s Playdate – Ages 2-5
Saturday, February 9
10:00 am
Northside Catholic Academy Primary School, 6216 N Glenwood Ave
Click here for more information

Senior Update 
February calendar: Filled with fun, fulfilling programs

Don’t let the weather keep you from enjoying programs offered by Edgewater Village Chicago in February.  There’s dancing, discussions, a social event and presentations about loneliness/resilience and cutting energy costs in your home. We’ll be making our own environmentally friendly cleaning products, too.  Read details about these activities in the February calendar. Read details about these activities in the February calendar, click here.

Cook County Elder Justice Center Seminars
February 21, 2019
Long Term Care:  Who Will Pay?
To register, call the Elder Justice Center at (312) 603-9233 to reserve your seat.

Save the Date – 48th Ward Annual Senior Resource Fair

Alderman Osterman and the 48th Ward are pleased to announce the 2019 Annual Senior Resource Fair to be held on Monday, March 18, 2019 from 10:00am to 1:00pm at the Broadway Armory Park, 5917 N. Broadway, Chicago, IL.

The Fair is open to all Chicago residents, free of charge, and will offer information and services from over 50 different health and wellness service providers and organizations located in or close to Edgewater and the 48th Ward.  Light refreshments and entertainment will be provided as well. 

Send inquiries to Jerry Goodman via email to jerry@48thward.org.

Click here for more information

Youth Update

48th Ward Youth Advisory CouncilThe purpose of this council began with our desire to make a difference in the way youth engage, learn, and participate in the community they call home. The council plans community events that will others in the community will enjoy. They get the opportunity to meet with other leaders in our community. If you want to learn more or have any questions contact PC at pc@48thward.org.


The BP Student Ideas Competition


The 2019 BP Student Ideas Competition at the Chicago Architecture Biennial invites young people to respond to the following question:

How would you transform a vacant or underused space in your community?

The competition will welcome submissions that explore ideas about architecture and the built environment from a wide range of disciplines including design but also the humanities, visual and performing arts, and STEM fields. Strong entries will be community specific, imaginative, and exhibit a creative use of materials.

Click here for more information

The Viola Project Presents… Every Inch a Queen (Girls Ages 10-14)
Monday, February 18
9:00 am – 3:00 pm
City Lit Theatre, 1020 W Bryn Mawr
Click here for more information

It’s time to get more girls in government! Join the Viola Project for our Presidents’ Day workshop dedicated to exploring leadership through Shakespeare’s kings, queens, and rising stars. We’ll spend the day talking government, playing theatre games and exploring our inner world leaders with the likes of Cleopatra and Joan of Arc.

Take Flight Summer Camp 2019–Enroll Today!
Rivendell Theatre, 6157 N Clark St
Click here for more information
 Raven Theatre is pleased to announce TAKE FLIGHT SUMMER CAMP 2019, featuring five training sessions in theatre arts for kids ages 6 – 16. Great for beginners looking to learn the basics of performance or more advanced actors looking to hone their skills, Raven’s team of professional teaching artists will help kids feel the confidence to contribute to the artistic process and the courage to try something new.

To register, please visit www.raventheatre.com/education/camps. Special early bird discounts are available through March 31 for Sessions 2 – 4.  For additional information, e-mail education@raventheatre.com or call (773) 571-3038. Program fees: Tech Camp $300. Session 1 $480. Session 2 – 4 $600 ($75 off with code ‘Early75’).

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

Bingo Prize Donations Wanted for the Edgewater LibraryHave you been thinking about cleaning out your drawers and closets? Never got around to returning or exchanging items that you didn’t want? If so, we have just the opportunity for you!Please consider donating inexpensive, new, re-gifted or handmade prizes such as notecards, toiletries, candles, office supplies, jewelry and kitchen items. Nice, but unwanted things to go to a new home. Promotional items, such as T-shirts, hats and mugs, will be accepted.Place your donations in the container next to the Circulation Desk in the Edgewater Library, 6000 N. Broadway, during the entire month of February. Friends of the Edgewater Library supports the Bingo program for adults. Join us 2-4 p.m. on the last Friday of most months. Free.

Taiji (Tai Chi) & Qigong (Chi Kung) Class
Mondays, January 7 – February 11
6 – 7:30 pm
Latin School Community Space, 4956 N. Sheridan
Click here for more information

$5 suggested donation. This course introduces a fundamental taiji sequence as well as the moving, standing, and sitting qigong movements. A gentle, health nurturing curriculum with deceptively slow movements, these forms build bone strength, muscle strength and flexibility, and balance the body and mind.

MWRD Advice for Residents to Prevent Winter Flooding Through Proper Planning

With temperatures warming up after record-breaking cold the past few days, snowmelt and rain can lead to flooding in the Chicagoland region.

Frozen ground is unable to absorb water and snow, and run-off immediately flows to the sewers. In addition, ice can block storm drains and streams. As a result, flooding may occur when the sewer system becomes overwhelmed from the combination of normal sewage flow, rain water and snow melt.

The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD) is preparing for the flow by lowering water levels in the Chicago Area Waterway System to make room for runoff. In addition, our Tunnel and Reservoir Plan (TARP) tunnels, Majewski Reservoir, Thornton Composite Reservoir, and McCook Reservoir Stage I are ready to hold over 11 billion gallons of water.

Municipalities as well as the public can help plan for and minimize flooding by reducing water use. Postponing high water consumption activities such as bathing or showering, running dishwashers or washing clothes will also help provide maximum capacity in the local and intercepting sewer systems.

Other activities that can help minimize flooding include:Make sure storm drains are clear and not buried under snow drifts.Keep areas around streams free of floatable debris.If your home has a backwater valve installed on the sewer, follow the manufacturer’s instructions for cleaning to ensure that it is functioning properly.Check your sump pump to make sure it is working properly.If your home or area is prone to flooding you may want to remove valuable items from basement floors.Keep your gutters clear. When they are blocked, water will pour over the edges, landing on the ground next to your home. If you have cracks in the concrete wall of your basement or problems with your tile, this water could enter your home.Click here to read the full notice

Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas has published a notice: “Pappas: Why are your Cook County property tax bills so high? Tax bills give the answer.” 

The property tax bill due March 1, 2019, shows taxpayers the debt of every local government that levies taxes on their homes and other real estate, helping explain why taxes rise, Pappas says.

Click here to read the notice

New Gardener Membership Opens Feb. 1 for Peterson Garden Project Pop-up Victory Garden. Get ready to garden!

Learn to grow your own food organically with Peterson Garden Project! Register beginning February 1 to secure your membership; garden plots are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, visit https://petersongarden.org/

Registration opens February 1 at 8:00 am for Peterson Garden Project membership, sign up here.

For any questions email registration@petersongarden.org

 Volunteer Opportunity – Lincoln Park Conservancy

Do you have a positive and enthusiastic personality? Do you enjoy talking with people from around the world? Would you like to share your passion for Lincoln Park and the natural world?
 
The Lincoln Park Conservancy and the Chicago Park District are seeking volunteers to interact with visitors to the Lincoln Park Conservatory and Gardens and the Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool in Lincoln Park, Chicago. Volunteer Greeters and Docents welcome visitors, assist with questions and directions, and share their knowledge of these National Historic Landmarks. Additionally, Docents also give tours of the sites.
 
Beginning March 30, 2019, new docents will attend training on six Saturday mornings with experts on plants, the art of interpretation, architectural design, and the history of Lincoln Park. Greeters attend a one-day training on March 30, 2019. Deadline to register is Friday, March 22.
 
For more information, please contact Rebecca Conant, Assistant Director of Educational Programs, Lincoln Park Conservancy at (773)883-7275, rconant@lincolnparkconservancy.org
 
6145 N. Broadway Development Crews continue to pour concrete on foundation. This phase of the project is expected to continue through the end of the month.
Woodruff Arcade (6351-67 N. Broadway) DevelopmentCrews continue to hoist wall systems into place.

 Clark St. Water Main Update

Crews on Clark Street are making great progress. This week NPL crews installed 1,322 feet of 8” water main, 2 line valves and 1 fire hydrant. Crews will continue installing 8″ water main today.Crew working north has crossed Farragut and is installing new main heading toward Berwyn.Crew working south has crossed Catalpa and is approaching Rascher. Crews are likely to cross over to approach Balmoral beginning next week.Crews expect to begin sourcing the main only for addresses north of Balmoral in the middle of next week, which will require a period of loss of water service. NPL will provide at least 72 hours notice to each affected address before the service is interrupted.During the project, there will be two planned times that water service will be disrupted at your location (barring any unplanned emergencies). The first disruption will be for “sourcing the main”, when crews put water into the main. You will receive a 72 hour notice before this happens, and the outage will last about 3 hours, barring any emergencies. After the main is sourced, DWM Water Quality team will chlorinate, dechlorinate, and test the water quality. During this time, you may not see crews working in the street, but trust that they are indeed working. Once water quality has been approved, the second service disruption will come when they connect each service to the main. For this, crews will give 24 hour notice, and will work with each individual business to coordinate the connection. For most service connections, the outage will last about one hour.Any questions please email harry@48thward.org or call our office at 773-784-5277.

ComEd Project – Alley west of Glenwood, Thome to Rosemont

Crews will be installing new equipment in the alley. Click here for full details of the project.

Peoples Gas Project – 1128 W. Ardmore

Peoples Gas is retiring an unused service line, with work expected to begin weather permitting on Monday, Feb. 11. Crews will be cutting into Ardmore and the sidewalk near 1128 W. Ardmore.

Crews will reach out directly to impacted neighbors. Contact our office with questions.


CTA RPM Update
As part of the utility relocation work necessary for the CTA RPM project, ComEd will is installing conduit on Balmoral Ave. between Broadway and Winthrop, beneath the train tracks. During work hours, traffic on this portion of Balmoral will be reduced to one lane, with flaggers allowing traffic in both directions. Parking will be restricted during work hours.

Alleys east of and parallel to the CTA Red/Purple Line between Leland and Foster and at all cross streets from Leland to FosterAinslie: Underground duct back installation continued on Ainslie St. west of the tracks and in the alley east of the tracks south of Ainslie. Ductbank installation is approximately 20% complete.Winona: Underground duct back installation continued on Winona St. east and west of the tracks. Ductbank installation is approximately 40% complete.All traffic and parking lanes on Winona are open during non-working hours.One lane of traffic on Ainslie is open during non-working hours.A walk down took place along Ainslie to inspect the work site prior to the Lunar Festival and Parade.  A final walk down of the area will take place Friday.Alleys east of and parallel to the CTA Red/Purple Line between Foster and Balmoral and at all cross streets from Foster to BalmoralBerwyn: Duct bank installation in the east alley south of Berwyn did not take place last week. Ductbank installation is approximately 81% complete.Balmoral: Duct bank installation continued in the west alley south of Balmoral and is approximately 69% complete.  Alleys east of and parallel to the CTA Red/Purple Line between Balmoral and Bryn Mawr and at all cross streets from Balmoral to Bryn MawrCatalpa: Crews continued excavating for duct bank installation south of Catalpa in the east alley and is approximately 65% complete.CANS were posted this week for upcoming ComEd work in Catalpa west alley. Alleys east of and parallel to the CTA Red/Purple Line between Bryn Mawr and Thorndale and at all cross streets from Bryn Mawr to ThorndaleHollywood: In the east alley south of Hollywood, conduit installation is approximately 100% complete.Ardmore: In the east alley south of Ardmore, conduit installation is approximately 100% complete.Ardmore: Underground cable installation to the manhole on Ardmore did not take place.CANS were posted this week for PGL retirement work on Ardmore.PGL is scheduled to start retirement on Ardmore next week.Demolition – 1111 W. Bryn Mawr AvenueDynamic Wrecking – Dynamic will be pouring concrete in the alley east of Parcel 31 tomorrow to complete a punch list item.

Chicago Filmmakers Programming

Screenwriting Workshop: Tricks of the Trade
Saturday, February 16
10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Click here for more information

Sound Workshop: “On Location”
Saturday, February 23
10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Click here for more information

Found Footage Workshop
Saturday, February 23
10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Click here for more information

Developing The Documentary
Monday, January 7 – February 25
6:30 pm
Click here for more information

Cinematography 
Wednesdays, January 9 – February 13
6:30 PM
Click here for more information

Intro to Screenwriting
Wednesdays, January 9 – February 27
6:30 pm
Click here for more information

Documentary Filmmaking 101
Tuesday, February 26 – April 16
6:30 pm
Click here for more information

Digital Filmmaking
Thursdays, January 10 – March 14
6:30 pm
Click here for more information

Teen Filmmaking Bootcamp
Sundays, January 13 – February 17
2:00 pm
Click here for more information

Stop motion Animation and Claymation
Sundays. January 13 – February 17 
11:00 am
Click here for more information

Free Children’s Dance Classes
Every other Sunday beginning January 20
Latin’s Uptown Space, 4956 N Sheridan
Click here for more information

Adult Career Education Programs
Every Wednesday and Thursday
11:00 am
Chicago Center for Arts and Technology, 1701 W 13th St
Click here for more information

Chicago History Book Discussion Group — Black Panthers
Saturday, February 9
10:00 am
Edgewater Branch, Chicago Public Library in the Children’s Section, 6000 N Broadway
Click here for more information

Chicago Market Ownership Info Session
Monday, February 11
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Sulzer Library, 4455 N Lincoln
Click here for more information

When Home Won’t Let You Stay: Stories of Refugees in America – A Community Conversation with Photographer and Artist James A. Bowey 
Wednesday, February 13
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Unity in Chicago, 1925 Thome
Click here for more information

Wellness Industry Networking
Wednesday, February 13
9:00 am – 10:30 am
Bodi Shak, 4704 N Broadway
Click here for more information

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Uncommon Ground
Thursday, February 14
Uncommon Ground, 1401 W Devon Ave
Click here for more information

Chicago Market Ownership Info Session
Saturday, February 16
5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
The Book Cellar, 4736 N Lincoln
Click here for more information

The Office Trivia
Tuesday, February 19
8:00 pm 
Fat Cat, 4840 N Broadway 
Click here for more information

Happy Hour Networking
Thursday, February 21
5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Carol’s Pub, 4659 N Clark St
Click here for more informationSee the full calendar of arts events by clicking here.

Homegrown Residency
Mondays in February
Uncommon Ground, 1401 W. Devon
Click here for more information

Little Women the Musical
January 11 – February 9
Strawdog Theatre Company, 1802 W Berenice Ave
Click here for more information

Dyke Delicious Series: Stranger Inside
Saturday, February 9
7:00 pm
Chicago Filmmakers, 5720 N Ridge Ave
Click here for more information

Between Riverside and Crazy
January 12 to February 10 
Redtwist Theatre, 1044 W Bryn Mawr
Click here for more information 

The Portrait Simplified
Tuesday, February 12 and Sunday, February 17
10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Gallery 1070, 1070 W Granville Ave
Click here for more information

Chicago Theatre Week 2019
February 7 – 17
Click here for more information

The G Force
Sunday, February 17
3:00 pm
Chicago Filmmakers, 5720 N Ridge Ave
Click here for more information

That’s Weird, Grandma
January 20 – February 17
Sundays at 3:00 pm
Barrel of Monkeys,  4021 N Broadway Floor 1
Click here for more information

Fuente Ovejuna
January 4 – February 17
Various times
City Lit Theater, 1020 W Bryn Mawr Ave
Click here for more information

Photograph 51
January 17 – February 17
Court Theatre, 5535 S Ellis Ave
Click here for more information

Open Mic Night
February 12 and 19
6:00 pm
Uncommon Ground, 1401 W Devon
Click here for more information

Solving the Mysteries of Family Histories
Saturday, February 23
Swedish American Museum, 5211 N Clark St
Click here for more information

CFA Out of the Vault: Funny You Should Mention…
Saturday, February 23
7:00 pm
Chicago Filmmakers, 5720 N Ridge Ave
Click here for more information

5th Annual Chicago Musical Theatre Festival
February 4 – 24
The Edge Theater, on two stages: 5451 N Broadway and 1133 W Catalpa Ave
Click here for more information

Gallery 1070 Winter Show
January 18 – February 24
1070 W Granville
Click here for more information

The Prairie Trilogy
Saturday, March 2
7:00 pm 
Chicago Filmmakers, 5720 N Ridge Ave
Click here for more information

Free Arts & Drama Workshop
January 29 – March 3
Tuesdays and Thursdays
3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Rivendell Theatre Ensemble, 5779 N Ridge Ave
Click here for more information and to register

Nothing Without a Company Presents: The Soccer Player in the Closet
February 14 – March 10
The second floor loft of Christy Webber Farm and Garden, 2833 W Chicago Ave
Click here for more information

Red Rex
January 24 – March 16
Steep Theatre, 1115 W Berwyn
Click here for more information

Sister Artists Explore “Colors of the North”
January 19 – March 15
Swedish American Museum, 5211 N Clark St
Click here for more information

I Wanna F#!&ing Tear You Apart
February 15 – March 23
Rivendell Theatre, 5779 N Ridge Ave
Click here for more information

The Swedish American Museum has various events
Click here for more information

Uncommon Ground has various events including free music
Click here for more information

48th Ward Alderman Harry Osterman
Ward Office                                                           City Hall Office
5533 N. Broadway,                                                121 N. LaSalle Room 300,
Chicago, IL 60640                                                  Chicago, IL 60602
773-784-5277                                                         312-744-6860
Office hours: Monday-Friday 9 am – 5 pm;
Evening hours available by appointment
www.48thward.org
Copyright © 2019 Harry Osterman – 48th Ward Alderman, All rights reserved.


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