Weekly Update from Your Alderman – February 9, 2018

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 February 9, 2018

Dear Neighbor,

I hope everyone is enjoying a snow day today. City snowplow crews are busy clearing main streets in our community and will later begin work on side streets. Please make sure the sidewalks in front of your home and business are clean, and lend a hand to older neighbors on your block. Kids up to age 18, take a selfie shoveling out a neighbor and send it to our office, and you’ll get a free hot dog today at Patio Beef! Email photos to harry@48thward.org, include your name and the address you shoveled. Broadway Armory (5917 N. Broadway) and Margate Park (4921 N. Margate) are open today, and Warren Park (6601 N. Western) has sledding and ice skating. Enjoy the winter weather!

Tonight’s fundraiser at McDonald’s for Goudy Elementary School has been postponed due to the snow. Next Friday, Feb. 16, I will join Goudy School Principal Pamela Brandt as a guest worker at the McDonald’s at 5130 N. Sheridan. Please stop by between 4 and 6pm, as McDonald’s will donate 20% of all in-store sales to Goudy to support after school programming with Circesteem. After school programs are critical to ensuring the safety and development of youth in our community for their future.

Earlier this week I joined the 20th Police District basketball team as we faced off against the McCormick-Pederson Boys & Girls Club team for the second annual Unity Basketball game. The youth team beat us handily, with a final score of 72 – 31. While the game was fun, it was much more than just a basketball game. It was a chance for youth and officers to engage on the same level with one another. After the game, everyone stayed at the Boys & Girls Club for pizza and had more time to connect. I will continue to work with youth at the Boys & Girls Club to learn about what they’d like to see in our community.

Last night First Sip Cafe, 1057 W. Argyle, hosted a pop-up market at their coffee shop. This festive event brought new nighttime energy to Argyle and new people out to enjoy Argyle businesses. Beginning next month, our office, in partnership with Uptown United, First Sip Cafe, and Axis Lab, will host a monthly event on Argyle to bring people out to the street. Third Thursdays on Argyle will feature pop-up markets, live entertainment, and special offers at local restaurants. Save the date for Thursday, March 15, for the Women’s History Month-themed event! I will share more details in future newsletters.

Valentine’s Day is next week — please consider celebrating and shopping locally. Businesses in Andersonville are celebrating Valentine’s Day by sharing the love and a portion of sales with local charitable organizations.With Love From Andersonville is a Valentine’s Day fundraiser, running today through Wednesday, Feb. 14. Participating businesses are donating 14% of sales during this time to the local charity of their choice, including Friends of Peirce and Care for Real. Click here for more information and a complete list of participating businesses.

Have a great weekend and be safe out in the snow!


Harry Osterman
Alderman, 48th Ward

Ward Services Update

Pothole Reporting
With recent snowfall and plows on the streets, new potholes will start to appear in the neighborhood. Please report any potholes you observe to our office, including the address, location (curb lane/traffic lane), and size and we will report them for repair.

Coyote Sightings
There has been an increase in coyote sightings in the neighborhood this week. Coyotes — like raccoons, rabbits, and rats — are part of our urban environment. If you see one, please do not approach it. It is recommended that you make loud noises and wave your arms to scare it away. Please make sure to keep your pets on leashes! Feel free to email our office with sightings at harry@48thward.org.

Parking Restrictions – Argyle Lunar New Year
Argyle and Ainslie-area neighbors, please be aware that on Saturday, Feb. 24, there will be parking restrictions in relation to the Argyle Lunar New Year Parade from 9am to 3pm on the following blocks:

  • Argyle, between Broadway and Sheridan
  • Sheridan, west side of street between Argyle and Ainslie
  • Ainslie, between Broadway and Sheridan
  • Broadway, east side of street between Argyle and Ainslie
Public Safety Update

Community Alert
The 24th Police District has issued a community alert about garage burglaries in the Rogers Park area. Click here for more information.

Free Smoke Detectors
Our office has smoke detectors available for neighbors who do not have one in their home. Please stop by the 48th Ward Office, 5533 N. Broadway, Monday through Friday, 9am-5pm, to claim one. First come, first served.

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.

Kenmore Water Main Project – Between Berwyn and Bryn Mawr

Crews have completed installing the new water main, and are currently chlorinating and testing the water. Service transfers are expected to begin next week, which will require water service shut off. Impacted buildings will be notified at least 24 hours in advance of service shut-off. Crews will begin at Bryn Mawr and work south.

Crews will not be working today, due to expected severe winter weather.

About the project:
The Department of Water Management (DWM) and NPL Construction crew is installing 2,002 feet of new 8-inch water main in N. Kenmore Ave., from Bryn Mawr to Berwyn. The old water main dates back to 1889 and needs to be replaced. We expect the water main work to be completed by the end of March. Restoration of the street, sidewalk, and parkways will follow in mid-April. Dates may change depending on weather and other factors.

The Department of Water Management (DWM) and NPL (contractor conducting water main project) will give sufficient notice to buildings before any water service shut-off that is associated with the project. DWM has begun contacting property managers already, and if they haven’t reached out to your building yet, they will soon. Stephanie Gray, the resident engineer on the project with DWM, is on site every day and a great liaison between the community and the contractor.

The City requires a minimum of 24 hour notice before any planned shut-offs, however emergencies do happen, especially during the extreme weather we have been experiencing. NPL, DWM, and our office will do our best to give as much advance notice before shutoffs as possible.

Please contact our office with any questions/concerns/emergencies related to this project. If you would like to be added to an email list to receive detailed updates about this project, please email harry@48thward.org and let us know.

Argyle Lunar New Year Parade – Feb. 24, 1pmThe annual Argyle Lunar New Year Parade is a decades-old local tradition celebrating the start of the new Lunar Year. We hope you’ll join us as we kick off the Year of the Dog with music, colorful lion dances, entertainment, and more! Come along with a processional of local groups and floats starting at the Argyle “L” stop. Join Alderman Harry Osterman, Uptown United, and the Argyle business community for this special event!

Argyle Lunar New Year Celebration
Date: February 24, 2018
Time: 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM
Route: Parade will kick-off underneath the CTA Argyle red line station at 1:00 PM and will head east along Argyle St., south along Sheridan Rd., west along Ainslie St., and north along Broadway to Argyle St. 

Volunteers needed! The 48th Ward and Uptown United are looking for volunteer parade marshals for the parade. If you are interested in supporting this effort, please email PC Gooden-Smiley at pc@48thward.org.

A special thank you to the 20th Police District and the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events.

Schools and Parents Update

Support Your Child with their IEP
Thursday, Feb. 22, 10am – 12pm
Sullivan High School, 6631 N. Bosworth Ave.
Click here for English flyer.
Click here for Spanish flyer.

LSSI’s Winthrop Children’s Center Enrolling Students for Head Start Preschool in Uptown 

Lutheran Social Services of Illinois (LSSI) Winthrop Children’s Center, a Head Start preschool, in Chicago’s Uptown neighborhood, is enrolling children ages 2-5 for its full-day program. The Center’s hours are 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m, Monday through Friday. Each child receives a teddy bear upon enrollment.

Located at 4848 N. Winthrop, Chicago, LSSI’s Winthrop Children’s Center is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). The program helps prepare children for successful kindergarten transition and includes: qualified, degreed, bi-lingual staff who love to teach; computers in every classroom; free field trips; educational curriculum promoting kindergarten readiness; daily nutritious meals; playground; opportunities for parent involvement; and safe drop-off and parking. Children with special needs are welcome. LSSI’s Head Start programs are publicly funded (a co-payment is assessed based on family income). Child care subsidies are accepted.

For more information, or to schedule a tour, please contact Winthrop Children’s Center at (773) 878-3210 or visit our website (www.lssi.org/childrens-community/ccs-head-start-child-care.php) to learn more.

Upcoming Events at Swift School

Movie Night: Cars 3
Friday, February 9
Doors open at 5:45, Movie starts at 6:00
Admission is free (donations accepted). Concessions will be sold (cash only).
More information: https://www.facebook.com/events/1939387209712820/

Dining Out for Swift at Income Tax
Thursday, February 22
Income Tax, 5959 N. Broadway, is donating 10% of all sales to Swift School on Feb. 22.
More information: https://www.facebook.com/events/169337127149549/

Swift School Tour
Tuesday, February 27 – 8:30-10:00am
Meet Swift parents and Principal Cannella, tour our school, and learn about what Swift has to offer.
More information: https://www.facebook.com/events/670953446429490/

Early Learning Programs
Welcomes 6-week to 5-year olds
DCFS licensed.  MA/BA level teaching staff.
Nice classrooms full of required educational toys.
Monday to Friday, 7 AM to 6 PM
Nutritious breakfast, lunch and snacks
Multicultural environment
Free full-day parking space for parents who go to work
Childcare fee assistance
Convenient locations and CTA accessible

Enrolling Now!!  Please contact South-East Asia Center
1134 W. Ainslie Street, Chicago

Northside Catholic Academy Hosts Valentine’s Day Parent-Tot Playdate February 10, 10:00-11:30am
Parents and children ages 1 ½ to 4 are invited to a morning of preschool fun at Northside Catholic Academy! Event will include a Valentine’s Day craft, a story, and playtime. It’s the perfect opportunity to meet other families with young children and to learn more about NCA’s Early Learning Center. The Valentine’s Day Playdate will be held at NCA’s Primary School Campus, located at 6216 N. Glenwood Ave. Space is limited for this free event. RSVP is required. Contact Melissa Soberanes at 773-743-6277 or msoberanes@ncaweb.org. This is not a drop off event and all children must be accompanied by a parent.

Northside Catholic Academy Still Accepting Applications for 2018-19
A 2013 Blue Ribbon School, NCA’s Early Learning Center includes flexible half-day and full-day options starting at age three, and a top-ranked K-8 academic program. NCA teachers inspire students every day to grow in character, intellect and spirit through a faith-filled, well rounded education. NCA’s challenging and diversified curriculum includes Spanish, Technology, Art, Music, and Physical Education. Our small class size and individual attention will help your child thrive. Onsite extended care and summer camp are also available. Call 773-743-6277 to learn more or to schedule a tour. NCA will start accepting new students beginning the week of February 12. Interested families should apply online at www.northsidecatholic.org.

Youth & Teen Update

Chicago Park District Teen Opportunity Fair
Saturday, Feb. 10
10am – 2pm
Truman College, 1145 W. Wilson

These fairs are an ideal opportunity for Chicago Teens, ages 13 to 19, to learn about programs and get information in the following fields: Recreation, Educational/Vocational Opportunities, and Job Readiness.

  • Learn about programs available throughout the Chicago area as well as the Chicago Park District.
  • Gain a variety of information on educational and/or vocational topics.
  • Get exposure to job readiness opportunities including interviewing skills and resume writing.
  • FREE
  • Click here for more information

President’s Day Project at Viola Project
The Viola Project is excited to be offering our 4th ever Presidents Day workshop on February 19th! We will be spending the school holiday celebrating girls in government and doing some awesome scenes of leadership. Click here for more information.

48th Ward Youth Open Mic Night
CALLING ALL YOUNG PERFORMERS! Are you the next big spoken word artist or rap star? Have you been working on a new step routine or have a talent to showcase? Join 48th Ward Youth for another Open Mic Night on February 23rd at the Edgewater & Uptown Community Space (4956 N Sheridan). Ages 12-18! All performing artists are welcome- a piano is available on location. FREE ENTRY!

Performer sign-up begins at 6 PM.
The show begins at 6:30 PM.
Email Taylor@48thward.org or call 773-784-5277 for more information.

Senior UpdateEdgewater Village Events
February may be the shortest month of the year, but Edgewater Village is loaded with interesting activities. On Feb. 15, you can learn about the Paris Agreement, the plan to reduce the release of gases that lead to global warming. Click here for more information. In other presentations, you can hear about end-of-life documents on Feb. 21 and financial scams on Feb. 22. These programs are held at the Edgewater Senior Satellite Center, 5917 N. Broadway. Theatre-goers may want to take advantage of a special rate ticket to “Franklinland” at the Jackalope Theatre on Feb. 18. (Details on the attached calendar of events.) If you have questions, contact edgewatervillagechicago@gmail.com or call (773) 382-0764.

Mark your calendars to attend these free activities sponsored by Edgewater Village; all are welcome. Click here for more information. Click here for schedule of upcoming events.

Senior Enrichment Seminars
Please mark your calendar and join us at the following February Senior Enrichment Seminars scheduled to be held from 12:00 noon to 1:30 p.m. at the Richard J. Daley Center, 50 W. Washington St. in Courtroom 2005 on the dates indicated below:

Thursday, February 22, 2018
“Long Term Care:  Who Will Pay?”
Seminar Speaker: Dave Lecik, Medicare Training Specialist, Illinois Department on Aging, Senior Health Insurance Program (SHIP)

Chicago Restaurant Week Extended at Revival Social ClubNothing is better than dinner and a show – especially in Chicago! Revival Social Club will be participating in the Theater Week extension of Restaurant Week which will take place from Friday, February 9 to Sunday, February 11. Buy a ticket to a show here and make a dinner reservation with us before or after the show. Show your ticket stub to your server and receive 10% off your bill. Reserve today at http://www.revivalsocialclub.com/home.
Chicago Theatre WeekChicago Theatre Week is a celebration of Chicago’s world-class theatre scene. Presented by the League of Chicago Theatres in partnership with Choose Chicago, Chicago Theatre Week is returning for its sixth year and will take place February 8-18, 2018. This February, visitors and residents will again have the opportunity to choose from more than 120 productions and sample the extraordinary range of theatrical offerings in Chicago.  The participating Edgewater theaters are Babes with Blades, Jackalope, Raven, Rivendell and Steep,

February 8 – 18, 2018
$15 and $30 tickets (or less!)

Theatre Week tickets are on sale now – they are first come, first served and some shows will sell out. Click Here to find out more about Chicago Theatre Week.

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
Click here for a listing of Bezazian Library events

Featured Edgewater Library EventsSaturday Cinema
2:00 – 4:30 p.m. in the Community Room, Saturday, February 10

A Pakistani comic meets an American graduate student at one of his stand-up shows. As their relationship blossoms, he soon becomes worried about what his traditional Muslim parents will think of her. When she suddenly comes down with an illness that leaves her in a coma, he finds himself developing a bond with her deeply concerned mother and father. 2017, 120 minutes, rated R

Writings From the Edge:  A Public Reading

6:30 – 7:45 p.m. in the Community Room, Tuesday, February 13

The Edgewater Library Writing Workshop invites you to hear our stories, essays, and poems that we’ve written over the last year. Join us for a public reading as we share our favorite pieces with you.  If you’re interested in joining our writing group, future meetings will be held the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. Held in conjunction with the Community Writing Project, we’ll have an experienced facilitator on hand to guide a writing feedback discussion with teens and adults.

Friends of the Edgewater Library Presents:Mark your calendars for Friday Fun Days

When’s the last time you played Clue or Scrabble? Join us to play board games, color and socialize 2-4 p.m. each Friday in the second floor Community Room at the Edgewater Library, 6000 N. Broadway.  This free weekly program for adults is co-sponsored by Friends of the Edgewater Library.

Friends of the Edgewater Library seeks Bingo prizes for Friday Fun Days

Each Friday afternoon, you’re invited to play Scrabble, Clue and other board games, relax by coloring and listening to music or other fun activities that change each week. Soon we’ll be offering Bingo games and are asking for your help in donating inexpensive new, re-gifted or handmade prizes. Do you have items that you won’t use, something in your gift box that would make a great prize or perhaps you would like to make a craft or a handmade item to donate?

Prize examples include notecards, toiletries, gift cards, arts and craft items, apparel such as socks, gloves or scarves, candles, office supplies and kitchen items. Please check your closets and drawers for suitable items that could go to a new home.  You may drop off your donations in the round container near the circulation desk on the first floor of the library until Feb. 28.  (You might consider donating used items to Care for Real, 5339 N. Sheridan, or any other organization that needs your donations.)  If you have questions about potential prizes, please email klinehan@chipublib.org.

Friends of the Edgewater Library co-sponsors Friday Fun Days for adults; activities are 2-4 p.m. each Friday in the Community Room on the second floor of the Edgewater Library, 6000 N. Broadway.

Upcoming Programs at Bezazian Library:

Tax Reform Basics for Individuals and Small Businesses with Andrea Karle
Tuesday, January 30, 1-2pm

Twelve Tribes of Hattie by Ayana Mathis (book discussion)
Saturday, February 3, 2pm

All Ages Sing-A-Long with Old Town School of Folk Music Teaching Artists Mary Peterson and Linda Smith
Saturday, February 10, 11am-12pm

Also, there are Toddler Story Times on:
Tuesdays, January 23February 13 and February 27 at 10:30am
0-3 Mother Goose Story Times on:
Thursdays, January 18January 25February 1February 8February 15February 22 at 10:30am

South East Asia Center Updates

South-East Asia Center’s Annual Lunar New Year Banquet
Celebrate the “YEAR of the DOG” with South-East Asia Center at its Annual Lunar New Year Banquet, Saturday, February 17, beginning at 11:30 AM at Furama Restaurant, 4915 N. Broadway, with food and entertainment. The ten-course traditional Chinese-style banquet includes delicious dishes like seafood chowder, taro duck, roast chicken, walnut shrimps, mushrooms and vegetables, noodles with beef and broccoli and dessert  – all this and more for only $25.00 per person.

South-East Asia Center strives to “Build Bridges” of understanding between all cultures. The Banquet’s spectacular cross-cultural entertainment will include music and performances representing Asian and non-Asian cultures. There will be door prizes with a lot of great local prizes and more … all included in the cost of the ticket. Don’t miss this opportunity to celebrate the “Year of the Dog” at one of the best restaurants on the north side. Parking is available at Furama and at the SEAC Parking lot (across the streets from the restaurant).

Elected officials will be in attendance to deliver new year greetings. To make a reservation, please send your check with names of attendees to South-East Asia Center, 1134 W. Ainslie Street, Chicago, IL 60640.  773-989-7433.

ESL Tutors needed
Give us a hand! Help us learn English! Volunteers, we need you! Please contact Chris Tran at SEAC, 5120 N Broadway, 773-932-1141, or seascesl@yahoo.com.

Care For Real Update

THIS SATURDAY: 13th Annual Chili Contest at The SoFo Tap
The 13th Annual Chili Contest to Benefit Care for Real has a new home this year at The SoFo Tap, 4923 North Clark. Join us Saturday, January 27th, from 3-5:30 pm. For only $12, you can sample all our amazing chili entries and vote for your favorites! All proceeds will benefit Care for Real. Interested in being a contestant? Email: kfuller@umgchicago.com.

Employment Opportunities

Be the Change – Chicago Police Recruitment
In September of 2016, Mayor Emanuel announced that the Chicago Police Department will add 970 new positions to the department by the end of 2018. We are now halfway through that pledge and continuing our efforts to recruit the best candidates to become police officers.

On Thursday, February 1st, the application to be a Chicago Police Officer will re-open and remain open until February 28th, 2018. The exam will be held on Saturday, May 5th at McCormick Place.

As with the previous recruitment campaigns, the theme for this campaign will continue to be, “Be the Change,” which reflects the belief that this new generation of police officers will be future leaders who define how police support, protect and work together with Chicago’s communities. By joining the police department, candidates will find an opportunity to serve the City while gaining valuable skills and making a lasting impact on an organization in the midst of significant reform. Click here for more information.

Greencorps Chicago – Green Industry Job Training Program
Greencorps Chicago is a paid green-industry job training program of the Chicago Department of Transportation in partnership with WRD Environmental. Trainees receive classroom and hands-on training in horticulture, tree care, ecological restoration, and environmental health and safety. We have opportunities for individuals to work on local crews in Chicago and opportunities for individuals to travel as a crew to regional National Forests for camping work projects.

Eligibility requirements:

  • At least 18 years of age
  • City of Chicago resident
  • Pass ongoing drug screening
  • Able to meet physical requirements of the work
  • Able to work Tuesday – Friday, 7am-4pm, occasional Saturdays
  • Background friendly

Call 312-746-9777 to get registered for an Open House. Click here for more information.

Chicago Public Schools hiring for school lunchrooms
CPS Nutrition Services is now hiring for school lunchrooms, including lunchroom attendants, porters, cooks, and managers.
Click here for a flyer in English.
Click here for a flyer in Spanish.

Aviation Career Fair
Join the Construction Industry Service Corporation (CISCO) and representatives from Local 150 Operating Engineers, Local 134 Electricians, and Pipefitters Local 597 to learn more about careers in the trades. Click here for more information.

Sarah’s Circle Annual Winter Walk

Sarah’s Circle’s 26th Annual Winter Walk: a Mile in Her Shoes will take place on Sunday, February 18 from 1-3 pm at Truman College. Anyone is welcome to attend this free family friendly event with lunch provided. On any given night in Chicago, there are approximately 2,800 women who are homeless. Join on the 18th to learn more about what Sarah’s Circle does to help these women. Visit https://sarahs-circle.rallybound.org to donate or read more about this neighborhood tradition.

Click here for more information.

Chicago Warming Centers

During the winter months, the Chicago Department of Family and Support Services (DFSS) operates six Warming Centers inside of the City’s six Community Service Centers during work weekdays when temperatures dip below 32 degrees. Additional City facilities including libraries, police stations or other structures might be made available after hours, on weekends, or on holidays, as conditions warrant.

Chicago’s seniors can stay warm when they use our 21 Senior Centers during their regular weekday activities.

To learn the location of the closest available Warming Center at any given time, call 311.

Click here to view an informational flyer in English
Click here to view an informational flyer in Spanish
Click here to view an informational flyer in Polish

Granville Frames Liquidation Sale
Friday, Feb. 9 – Sunday, Feb. 11
Granville Picture Framing, 6200 N. Broadway
After 90 years, it’s over and everything must go. Equipment and Inventory: saws, sanders, presses, mat cutters, power tools, hand tools, paper cutters, framed art, oil paintings, stock frames, mirrors, fixtures, display items, props, stretchers bars, canvas, silk/linen rolls, mat board, racks, mini fridge, microwave oven, odds and ends, and much much more.

Art Opening & Reception
Friday, Feb. 16
Bethany Retirement Community, Ashland & Winnemac

Two local photo artists, Michael Courier (www.michaelcourier.com) and Tracy Poyser (www.tracypoyserphotoart.com) are featured  in a new gallery display at Bethany Retirement Community, 4950 N. Ashland Avenue in Andersonville from February 16 through April 30, 2018. An exciting Bethany initiative to support the local art community, their unique exhibit entitled “Shared Spectrum – Contrast & Harmony” will liven up Bethany’s public lobby floor hallways, to be enjoyed by residents and visitors alike. The festive  opening celebration & reception on Friday, February 16, 2018 from 6-8PM) is open to all, but please RSVP to 773-989-1501 or kriiber@bethanymethodist.org. And, there’s a free parking lot at the NW corner of Ashland & Winnemac.

Frog Call Monitor Training
Saturday, Feb. 10
Lincoln Park Conservatory, 2000 N. Racine
Click here for more information

Pancake Dinner Fundraiser
Sunday, Feb. 11
Epworth United Methodist Church, 5253 N. Kenmore
Click here for more information

Food for the Soul
Wednesday, Feb. 21
Unity Lutheran Church, 1212 W. Balmoral
A new non-traditional, dinner-church event every 3rd Wednesday of the month. Unity Lutheran invites you to a family meal with an alternative liturgy and discussion of issues concerning us all. A great place to start your 2018! For more info click here.

See the full calendar of arts events by clicking here.

Cal in Camo
By Rivendell Theatre Ensemble
Performances January 5 – February 17
Rivendell Theatre, 5779 N. Ridge
Click here for more information

By Jackalope Theatre Co.
Performances January 8 – February 24
Jackalope Theatre, 5917 N. Broadway
Click here for more information

Chicago New Work Festival
By Three Cat Productions
Performances January 13 – February 3
Berger Park, 6205 N. Sheridan
Click here for more information

By Steep Theatre
Performances January 19 – March 3
Steep Theatre,1115 W. Berwyn
Click here for more information

That’s Weird, Grandma: Stories for Change
By Barrel of Monkeys
Performances January 22 – February 19
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

Speech & Debate
By Brown Paper Box Co.
Performances Feb. 2 – March 4
Edge Theater, 5451 N. Broadway
Click here for more information

Moon, Prism, Power! A Sailor Moon Musical
By Otherworld Theatre
Performances Feb. 10 – 18
Nox Arca Theatre, 4001 N. Ravenswood
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

Copyright © 2018 Harry Osterman – 48th Ward Alderman, All rights reserved.

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