Weekly Update from Your Alderman – July 27, 2018

Dear neighbor,

It’s going to be a great weekend in our neighborhood. Tonight, businesses along Broadway will host Bands on Broadway in collaboration with the Edgewater Chamber of Commerce. We have worked hard as a community to increase the businesses on Broadway to make it a more walkable and vibrant street. Edgewater has a lot of great businesses, like Uncommon Ground, Burke’s Public House, and Mas Alla del Sol, that are hosting musical acts in their patios and outdoor cafes. Please come out and enjoy the music, the food, and the neighborhood.

This weekend the Andersonville Sidewalk Sale makes its grand return, between the 4800 and 5800 blocks of Clark St. Over 30 locally owned businesses will be coming together to sell, promote, and showcase their amazing products and services. The weekend kicks off early with Alamo Shoes starting their summer sale today and Women & Children First will also host their annual book sale throughout the weekend. Visit the Andersonville Chamber of Commerce tent for Andersonville merchandise, free neighborhood maps, and a special offer for the first 500 shoppers. Come enjoy the beautiful weather by taking a walk in Andersonville and supporting the local businesses.

On Wednesday, the City Council passed a registry and inspection ordinance, related to Heartland Alliance, over concerns for the safety and care of immigrant children. The ordinance will allow for the city to regularly inspect child welfare agencies caring for immigrant children. This ordinance was passed in response to concerns about the care that Heartland Alliance was providing for immigrant children. If you’re interested in volunteering and supporting immigrant and refugees please look at the list below.

This week, our interns went on a field trip to City Hall and met Mayor Rahm Emanuel. They also got to observe resolutions, community input, and city ordinances being passed by City Council in the chamber.

Have a fun and safe weekend.

Harry Osterman
Alderman, 48th Ward

Immigrant and refugee service organizations

Please look at this list of local organizations if you want to get involved and help immigrants in our community. And here is the list of bills that you can support to help immigrant families all across the country.

The Lion King
Tuesday, July 31
Movie starts at dusk
Epworth United Methodist Church Chicago, 5253 N. Kenmore Ave.

CAPS 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 25
5-7:30 p.m.
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 26
5-9 p.m.
Argyle between Kenmore and Sheridan Road

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 p.m. Monday-Friday and on weekends.
RPM Project

We are continuing utility relocation work as we move closer to making future ‘L’ improvements under the Red and Purple Modernization Project. Work will be performed that may affect your community and create occasional inconveniences. We will do our best to minimize the impact of our work and will continue to keep you updated.

Dates: Weekdays Monday, July 23 to Monday, August 13
Work Hours: 8am to 4pm, daily

  • The alley west of 1106 W. Bryn Mawr Avenue
  • The alley west of 5600 to 5650 N. Winthrop Avenue

Work Activity: ComEd Overhead and Underground Utility Work
Local Impact:

  • The alleys may be closed intermittently during stated work hours.
  • Vehicle access to enter/exit garages and parking spaces via the alley may be restricted during stated work hours.

If you have questions or concerns about the RPM Project, please call: Keith Powley Construction Manager, Resident Engineer 1-704-290-6232 Keith.Powley@wsp.com or LaTrice Phillips-Thompson RPM Government and Community Relations Officers 1-312-681-4162 lphillips-thompson@transitchicago.com

Lawrence Bryn Mawr Modernization (LBMM) corridor


  • Alleys east of and adjacent to the CTA Red/Purple Line between Leland and Ainslie, and at all cross streets from Leland to Ainslie:
    • ComEd work is scheduled to begin on 7/30/18 in the alley east of and adjacent to CTA Tracks, north of Lawrence to Ainslie
      • General Construction Activity Notices (CANS) were distributed to residents and businesses in this area on 7/17/18.
      • 48-Hour Construction Activity Notices will be distributed in this area on 7/27/18.
  • Alleys east of and adjacent to the CTA Red/Purple Line between Bryn Mawr and Hollywood, and at all cross streets from Bryn Mawr to Hollywood:
    • ComEd work began week of 7/23/18 on Hollywood Avenue and the alleys adjacent to the CTA tracks, from the north of Bryn Mawr to Hollywood.
      • 48-Hour Construction Activity Notices were distributed in this area on 7/20/18.
      • ComEd subcontractor, Intren, began saw cutting pavement in preparation for duct bank installation.  Intren will continue to excavate through next week.
  • Alleys east of and adjacent to the CTA Red/Purple Line between north of Hollywood and north of Ardmore Avenue:
    • ComEd work is scheduled to begin on 8/8/18 on Ardmore Avenue and the alleys adjacent to the CTA tracks, from the north of Hollywood to north of Ardmore.
      • General Construction Activity Notices (CANS) will be distributed to residents and businesses in this area on 7/27/18. 48th ward Alderman Osterman’s notice for upcoming meeting will be distributed with the CANS.
      • 48-Hour Construction Activity Notices are anticipated to be distributed in this area on 8/6/18.

If you have questions or concerns about the RPM project, Please contact: LaTrice Phillips-Thompson, RPM Liaison, lphillips-thompson@transitchicago.com.

Woodruff Arcade (6351-67 N. Broadway) 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
Click here for more information
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.

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

Click here for information on sessions


Oliver & The Seawigs by by Philip Reeve & Sarah McIntyre (ages 6-9)
Teaching Artist: Dana Murphy
Jumanji by Chris Van Allsburg (ages 10-14)
Teaching ArtistMax Fabian

August 13 – 24, 21018 SESSION 4: AAAHHH!!!…IT’S THE END OF THE WORLD!

The Bad Guys: Intergalactic Gas by Aaron Blabey (ages 6-9)
Teaching Artist: Mechelle Moe
The Last Kids on Earth by Max Brallier & Douglas Holgate (ages 10-14)
Teaching Artist: Max Fabian

Dream Big

For the past 13 years, Dream Big has been committed to serving ALL families by never turning a child away due to financial circumstances. We still have room in next week’s camps and would love to extend a scholarship to anyone seeking assistance for any of our weekly camps or one of our last 5 spots in our Alice in Wonderland 4-Week Production Camp. See below for more details or call us directly at 773-944-9146. Next week’s camps at the First Free Church in Andersonville include:

Action Adventures featuring Characters and themes from Pokemon: Ages 4-7 (9am-12pm)

Action Adventures featuring Characters and themes from Star Wars: Ages 4-7 (1-4pm)

Musical Theater songs and scenes featuring School of Rock: Ages 7-12 (9am-12pm)

Audition Workshop: Ages 7-12 (1-4pm)

Click here for the full camp schedule through August 31st: http://www.dreambigperformingarts.org/camps

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. Click here for more information.

Property Tax Bills Due August 1

To verify tax exemptions going back four years, visit cookcountytreasurer.com and:

  • Select the purple box, which says “Your Property Tax Overview”
  • Enter your address or Property Index Number (PIN)
  • Check the results under “Have You Received Your Exemptions in These Tax Years?”

State law requires that senior citizens reapply every year for these exemptions, which are available to homeowners who are 65 years of age or older. The Senior Freeze, which prevents increases in the taxable value of a home, is limited to seniors with annual household incomes of $65,000 or less. Some of the homes may no longer be eligible for the exemptions. Applications for tax exemptions are available from the Cook County Assessor’s Office. If the Assessor’s Office grants the application, it will issue an adjusted bill for the Second Installment of Tax Year 2017, due August 1, 2018.

Edgewater Village plans loads of summertime programs

There are plenty of upcoming activities to interest you in August. Some require registration either by emailing edgewatervillagechicago@gmail.com or by calling (773) 382-0764. Register for the second session of Summer Sonnets with Forrest by July 25, the St. Scholastica Guided Tour by Aug. 3 and a lunch meet-up at Ranallis of Andersonville by Aug. 12. Details about these and other programs are available on the schedule.

Save the dates for fun activities in August

We begin and end the month with poetry, but in between will be a plenty of motion.  Be sure to mark your calendars for — among other programs — a history lesson, a trip down memory lane with those who worked on the 1980 Blues Brothers movie, a visit with a service dog, an arts and craft project, and drummers and fire dancers under a full moon. See the calendar for details.

Schools and Parents Update

Get Fit at Swift
Every Saturday
10 a.m.
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

Family 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 2018-19. Applicants should be 3 ½ by 9/1/18. Maples meets Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m.

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 click here. Contact Kate Brenner, Business Manager, at businessmanager@ftcns.org if you have any questions.

Sponsor-a-student Backpack Drive

The drive aims to provide a backpack filled with supplies to local elementary and high school students. Donors can sponsor a student or provide individual supplies such as pencils, pens, glue, scissors and backpacks. Gift cards to stores selling school supplies are also welcome and will be used to purchase supplies for students. Donations and backpacks received prior to the final date of the drive are greatly appreciated to ensure students receive supplies before the school year begins. Click here for more information.

Back to School for Centro Romero

Drop off school supplies or donations at Unity in Chicago, 1925 W. Thome, anytime now until August 12th.  Or volunteer to help us sort supplies by contacting tammy@unitychicago.org

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

No mystery about it: Book donations accepted for Sept. 15 sale

Have you been waiting for the next Friends of the Edgewater Library’s book sale? Mark your calendars now to attend the last sale of the year on Sat., Sept. 15, at the Edgewater Library, 6000 N. Broadway.

We’re accepting gently used fiction and nonfiction books for all ages, books in other languages, CDs, DVDs and audio books, travel books less than five years old and computer books less than two years old. Please do not donate magazines, textbooks, encyclopedias, manuals, VHS and cassette tapes and books in poor condition. Donations should be dropped off inside the library only in the bin next to the circulation desk on the first floor.

Edgewater Historical Society

Summer Nights in Edgewater Music in the Garden
July 18 – August 29
Every Wednesday 6-8 p.m.
Edgewater Historical Society garden, 5358 N. Ashland Ave.

Join your neighbors again this year, on warm summer nights, for our popular community program of free live performances. Refreshments will be served. Kid-friendly and pet-friendly event. Click here for the full schedule. For more information follow Edgewater Historical Society on facebook or call 773‑506‑4849.

Final Weeks of Made In Chicago Exhibit Closing on August 5    

There is still time to see the Made in Chicago exhibit, which features objects manufactured in Chicago history, and profiled virtually at the Made in Chicago Museum.
Stop in on Wednesdays, 6-8 p.m.; or Saturday or Sunday, 1-4 p.m. Admission to the museum is always free.
Learn more

Berger Park Ice Cream Social and Front Porch Concert
Saturday, July 28
Ice Cream Social 4-7 p.m.
Front Porch Concert 5-6 p.m.

Movies at Buttercup
Buttercup Playlot Park, 4901 N. Sheridan Rd.
Click here for more information

July 28 – James Bond in ‘Thunderball’
August 11 – ‘Black Panther’
August 25 – Sergio Leone’s ‘Once Upon a Time in the West’

Events at Buttercup Park

Melt Yin Yoga
7-8 p.m.
4956 N. Sheridan Rd.

Chicago Filmmakers Upcoming Events & Workshops
Chicago Filmmakers, 5720 N. Ridge Ave.

Teen Screenwriting Camp (Aug 6 – Aug 10)
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.

Upcoming classes
Final Cut Pro X
Mondays, July 30 – August 27
6:30 p.m.
Sign up

Writing for TV + Web Series
Tuesdays, July 31 to September 18
6:30 p.m.
Sign up

Afro-Futurism Short Films (July 28)

Sarah’s Circle July Donation Drive
Click here for more information

The 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. Click here for more information.

Edgewater’s Farmers Market
Saturdays, June 16 – October 13
8 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Broadway Armory Parking Lot, 5917 N. Broadway St.
Click here for more information
Oak Street Health Edgewater July Calendar
Click here for full calendar
Swedish American Museum
5211 N. Clark St.
Click here for more informationExhibit by Swedish artist 

The opening of a new exhibit, “Still Life,” with paintings by Swedish artist Karin Broos, is 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.

More events

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

Thursday, August 30, 1 p.m.: Walking tours of Andersonville begin at the Museum, where tour booklets will be provided.

Monday, August 6, 3 p.m.: Moon Monday, a monthly tribute to astronaut Buzz Aldrin, will be conducted in the third-floor Brunk Children’s Museum.

Swedish Covenant Hospital
Click here for all events

Bystander CPR/AED Training Initiative

Bystander CPR is a critical link in the chain of survival. Studies show that for every minute of delay before starting CPR, survival decreases 10%. As the minutes tick by, the likelihood of a victim dying or suffering permanent brain damage increases. Waiting for an ambulance is not an option. Click here for more information. To schedule a CPR training session, community groups can contact Maggie Simmons at masimmons@SwedishCovenant.org or 773-878-8200, ext. 6837.

Living Architecture 6018 North 

Open Hours Saturdays and Sundays
12-5 p.m.
Working Studios Mondays
July 30, August 13, August 27
7-9 p.m.

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.

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.

Andersonville Summer Sidewalk Sale
July 27-29
9 a.m. – 9 p.m. daily (hours vary by business)
4800 – 5800 N Clark

Andersonville’s favorite summer sale returns in full force the last weekend of July with over 30 particiapting businesses lining their sidewalks with sales and special offers! The weekend kicks off early with Alamo Shoes starting their summer sale on Thursday, July 26, and Women & Children First will also host their annual book sale throughout the weekend. Also keep an eye out for buskers playing music throughout the district!

The Andersonville Chamber of Commerce will be headquartered during the Summer Sidewalk Sale outside our offices with a tent at 5217 N Clark from Noon – 6 p.m. on Friday, July 27 and from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Check in with us for fun Andersonville merchandise, free neighborhood maps, and a special offer for the first 500 shoppers!

Bands on Broadway
Friday, July 27
5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Go Edgewater Listen, 6349 North Kenmore Avenue

Come hang out on Broadway and see live music! Acoustic acts from local artists will be performing outdoors for your entertainment:

Shop Local Campaign
Spend $30 or more at a local business from July 27 – August 4 and bring your receipt to the Chamber table for a free beer

Saturday and Sunday, August 4 + 5

Pet Parade 
Saturday, August 4
11 am

Osterman Beach Natural Area Stewardship Volunteer Day
Sunday, July 29
10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

You’re invited to volunteer at the Kathy Osterman Beach Natural Area for our third stewardship volunteer day of the year! We will be pulling cheatgrass to help out the natives we planted in June and picking up micro-plastics & trash. Please dress for the weather and bring a water bottle. Water for refills and snacks will be provided.

John Vietnam – Emergence – Album Release Party
Saturday, July 28
5:30-10 p.m.
1118 West Argyle Street
Click here to register

After three years of editing, engineering and mastering, the friends of John Vietnam Nguyen are releasing his posthumous album as a tribute to John’s inspiration in the lives of Uptown youth and around the world.

Born and raised in the 48th ward, John excelled in utilizing hip-hop to reach his peers with a positive message of telling your story and being yourself. This album reflects the encouragement and wisdom of a young man who tragically died at 19 years of age while saving the life of a friend who was drowning.

His impact is noted not only through the murals around Argyle between Sheridan Rd and Broadway, where he grew up, but also having a portion of Winthrop street named in his honor near Goudy school which he attended. This release party marks the debut of an album with a powerful message from a local resident who was proud of his heritage and neighborhood.

Behind the Waters Beach Party
Sunday, August 5
Noon – 5 p.m.
Osterman Beach
Seeds Center Free + Intergenerational ProgramApplications are first come, first served basis – Deadline September 1

Over 8 Saturdays, students accepted will learn a new topic/skill each week choosing from such topics as Calligraphy, Chinese Herbs, Jewelry Making, Healthy Cooking, Dance, Studio Art, and more at absolutely no cost to them. 3 “seniors” aged 55 and older and 3 “juniors” aged 19 and younger will be matched together for the program to create bridges between generations and learn new skills together.  Each senior will be matched with one junior and vice versa of a combination of their choosing and pairing by our Instructor panel who will be present and active during the group interview.

Classes will be held at Unity Lutheran Church’s Unity Community Center of which we have taught classes and share space in since 2016. Unity is a open-minded and progressive church open to all life-enhancing, legal, and positive changing activities at 1212 W Balmoral Ave, Chicago, IL 60640. The program will start September 22nd until November 10th, meeting every Saturday from 9:30am to 11:30am and  there will be a potential finale to invite all the instructors back on the last day for food and fun times that the group will vote on and is typically held after the last class (November 10th, this year).

Click here to complete your official application

Lesbian-identified people ages 45-64: Participate in a discussion about bladder health

Looking to hear about your everyday bladder experiences, whether healthy or unhealthy! Howard Brown Health (HBH) and The University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) are excited to invite lesbian-identified people ages 45-64, who are comfortable speaking English, to participate in a focus group study on bladder health on Wednesday, August 1st from 5:30-8:00pm in Chicago’s northside or westside neighborhoods or the Western suburbs. Location TBA when you call to register.

Participants receive a $50 gift card stipend and dinner provided for their time. The purpose of this research study is to learn from lesbian-identified people about what it means to have a healthy bladder and to learn about their everyday experiences with their bladder. Information from focus groups will help us determine how we may help people prevent problems with their bladders throughout their lives. To register please email the research coordinator, Jory at jlzhang5@uic.edu

Upcoming Events

Masonic Philosophical Society
Every Fourth Saturday of the month
1-2:30 p.m.
Berger Cultural Center, 6205 N. Sheridan Rd.
Click here for more information

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 p.m.
Plaza outside of the Loyola L stop
Click here for more information

Organic Rooftop Farm
Through September 1st Friday of every month
5 p.m. – Sunset
Uncommon Ground, 1401 West Devon Ave.
Click here for more information

West Ridge Nature Preserve
Kids Fishing Clinic

Sunday, July 29
10 a.m.
Wildlife Monitoring 
July 29, August 1, August 6
12 p.m.
Earth Explorers: Beautiful Bats! 
Monday, July 30
6-7 p.m.
Budlong Woods Library
Click here for more information

Arts & Culture

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 p.m.
Berger Park Mansion, 6205 N. Sheridan Rd.
Click here for more information

Not One Batu
June 27 – July 28
Wednesday through Saturday at 7 p.m.
Berger Park Cultural Center Coach House, 6205 N. Sheridan Rd.
Click here for more information

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

Sagittarius Ponderosa
Through July 29
Thu, Fri, Sat at 7:30 p.m., Sun at 3 p.m.
Click here for more information

Redtwist Theatre Early Bird Tix on Sale
$99 / 5 tickets for 2018-2018 Season
Flex Tix can be used for any show, on any night, during the season. You can see each show in the season, or use them all at one time.
Click here for more information

Uncommon Ground Events
July 27 (8 p.m.) July 28 (8 p.m.), July 29 (7 p.m.), July 30 (8 p.m.), July 31 (7 p.m.), August 1 (7 p.m.)
Uncommon Ground Edgewater, 1401 W Devon Ave
Click here for full calendar