Weekly Update from Your Alderman – November, 10, 2017

Weekly Update from Your Alderman: CTA Meeting, Andersonville Galleria Celebrates 10 Years, Shop Local, Veteran’s Day, and more!
November 10, 2017
Dear Neighbor:

Thank you to the many neighbors who attended the community meeting CTA held on Wednesday night to gather community feedback about development opportunities in conjunction with the Red Purple Modernization project. The CTA will be acquiring properties to use for construction staging and is working to plan for future redevelopment. Click here to view information that was presented at Wednesday’s meeting. Please send me your thoughts and feedback on these materials.

Earlier this week, the City Council voted on $9.6 million in TIF funding to acquire 30 acres of land on the west side of Chicago to build a new state-of-the-art Police and Fire training academy. I supported this measure, along with many west side aldermen whose communities are deeply affected by violence. This facility will have a positive impact on the west side and will assist in the improved training of Chicago Police officers and Firemen. In the weeks to come, I will be meeting with Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson to discuss the Chicago Police Department’s ongoing reform and improved training efforts, which are critical for the safety of our city. Concerns have been brought up about the use of TIF funds for this land purchase, instead of returning them to help fund Chicago Public Schools. As a strong supporter of CPS, I share these concerns, but I believe this is an important project for the west side and our entire city. As part of the 2018 City Budget, we will be returning a significant amount of TIF funds to CPS and other taxing bodies. Additionally, I am working to secure $3 million in TIF funding for improvements and renovations to Senn High School.

Congratulations to Andersonville Galleria, 5247 N. Clark, on celebrating 10 years in business. The Galleria has served as a business incubator to countless artisans and creative businesses over the years. More than 100 vendors sell their wares at the Galleria, 12 of which have been part of Galleria for all 10 years! Help them celebrate tonight at their anniversary party from 6 to 10pm, click here for more information.

As the holiday season approaches, please make every effort to shop and celebrate locally. Our local Chambers of Commerce work to promote and support the business districts in our community throughout the year. In a time when you can order everything from groceries, to dinner, to clothes and household items online, never needing to leave your home, it is important that we take the extra effort to shop at local retailers. Our community is a desirable place to live, in part because of the thriving business districts boasting locally owned and operated businesses. Their success is dependent on our loyal and consistent support. See information below on the Andersonville Chamber of Commerce’s #AlwaysAndersonville local holiday shopping pledge. Click here to learn how you can earn a free ticket to the Edgewater Chamber of Commerce’s Holiday Mixer at the Colvin House by shopping locally during the week following Thanksgiving.

There are a number of great events taking place around the ward this weekend:

On this Veterans Day, we would like to honor and thank all those who have served in the military. All veterans are invited to be recognized at a short ceremony on Friday, November 17, at 12:45pm at the Broadway Armory, 5917 N. Broadway. This event is co-sponsored by my office, Edgewater Satellite Senior Center, and Edgewater Village. Please contact ginger@48thward.orgif you are able to participate.

Have a great weekend and enjoy the snow.

Harry Osterman
Alderman, 48th Ward

Planned Water Main Projects in 48th Ward
The Department of Water Management plans to install approximately 2,002 feet of 8-inch water main on Kenmore between Bryn Mawr and Berwyn. As part of this project, the east half of Kenmore will be resurfaced along with the repair of damaged parkway and sidewalk. Water main installation is anticipated to begin in November 2017 with completion in early December 2017. Once the water main is installed, the street will be restored so that traffic is not impacted. However, final restoration is weather dependent and may not occur until the spring of 2018 or until weather permits.

48th Ward International Unity Day – November 18

Please join me on Saturday, November 18, 11am – 2pm, at the Broadway Armory, 5917 N. Broadway, for the first annual 48th Ward International Unity Day. In the times that we live in, it is important for us to come together as a community and celebrate our rich diversity.

48th Ward International Unity Day will include:

  • Traditional music and dance performances from different cultures
  • Tables with information and artifacts from more than 20 cultural organizations
  • Storytelling sessions
  • Samples of global cuisine from seven local restaurants
  • Community bricolage art project 
  • International fashion showcase

If your organization is interested in participating, please email me at harry@48thward.org. If you are interested in volunteering, click here to sign up.

The 48th Ward derives strength from its diversity. We are home to people representing more than 50 home countries, with more than 70 different languages spoken. We encourage everyone to dress in traditional garments from their home country. I look forward to celebrating our neighbors on November 18.

#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.

The Viking Challenge: A Craft Beer Crawl

Unleash your inner Viking in Andersonville for the first ever Viking Challenge & Craft Beer Crawl on Saturday, November 18, from 3-6PM! Your $20 ticket to the Viking Challenge includes admission, a custom Andersonville tasting glass, $3 drink specials at 8 locations, a bite at Jerry’s to fill your stomach before you hit the street, a souvenir badge & lanyard and an opportunity to enter to win tickets to Andersonville Wine Walk on Sunday, May, 20. Come in costume, come to have fun. Attendees will be assigned routes and offered guidance so bar capacity can be managed.

WAIT! There’s more. Don’t want the fun to end? Please join us at the Viking Challenge After Party & Pig Roast at Pork Shoppe (5721 N. Clark) following the crawl from 5:30-8:00PM. The Pig Roast Tickets are $20 per person and will be held on the outdoor patio space only. Dress warmly. The event will be all you can eat until the pig is gone.

Tickets at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/andersonville-viking-challenge-craft-beer-crawl-tickets-39278868152

Public Safety Update

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

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 UpdatesFor more information about Edgewater Village, click here.
Be sure to check out the Edgewater Village Facebook page!
Click here to view the Edgewater Village calendar of Events.

Click here for the 2017 calendar of events at the Edgewater Satellite Senior Center at the Broadway Armory.

Thanksgiving Dance
The Edgewater Senior Satellite Center and the 24th Police District are co-sponsoring a Thanksgiving Dance on Friday, November 17, 12:30 to 2:30pm, at the Senior Center in the Broadway Armory, 5917 N. Broadway.  Admission is $2.00.  Tickets can be bought ahead of time at the Senior Center or at the door.

At this event, all military veterans are invited to be recognized at a “Thank You for Your Service” ceremony.  (The admission fee is waived for veterans!).  Please us know if you will be participating in this veterans’ recognition at ginger@48thward.org.

Free Lunch & Learn – Handling Stress and the Holidays
Tuesday, November 21, 12:30 – 1:30 p.m.
Bethany Retirement Community, 4950 N. Ashland
RSVP: 773-989-1501
Dr. Steven Arculeo will share information on the proper methods of handling stress around the holidays. He will discuss better eating habits, coping with loneliness, family gatherings, holiday shopping, holiday eating/over eating and discuss ways stress can affect your health around the holiday season. How is the holiday season hard for you? Dr. Arculeo will help answer your questions.

Elder Justice Center Workshops
Please join the Circuit Court of Cook County Elder Justice Center (CCEJC) for the following two (2) September Senior Enrichment Seminars to be held from 12:00 noon to 1:30 p.m. at the Richard J. Daley Center, 50 West Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois in Courtroom 2005 on the dates indicated below:

“Domestic Violence Against Seniors:  Misuse of Power and Control”
Thursday, November 16, 2017
Topics to include:

  • Court process for obtaining orders of protection
  • Legal protections and resources for survivors of domestic violence

Seminar Speaker(s): Honorable Judith Rice, Domestic Violence Division, Circuit Court of Cook County; Honorable James Patrick Murphy, Domestic Violence Division, Circuit Court of Cook County; Jewell D. Wilson, Department of Family and Support Services, Area Agency on Aging, Senior Advocacy Program

School & Youth News

School Fundraisers

  • Edge of Sweetness Give Back Day for Northside Catholic Academy
    Friday, Nov. 10, 7am-6pm
    Stop by Edgewater favorite the Edge of Sweetness from 7am-6pm on November 10 for an Northside Catholic Academy Give Back Day. NCA will receive 10% of all purchases.
  • Potbelly’s Fundraiser for Goudy
    Wednesday, Nov. 15, 3-6pm

    A portion of proceeds from sales during this time at the 5304 N. Clark St. location of Potbelly’s will be donated to Goudy Technology Academy (5120 N. Winthrop)
    Click here for more information
  • Senn High School Community Pasta Dinner Fundraiser
    Thursday, Nov. 16, Show starts at 5:45pm, Dinner at 6:30pm

    Meal includes salad, pasta & meatballs, garlic bread, dessert, and beverage. All proceeds go toward student scholarship fund.
    Click here for more information
  • Dining Out for Swift – Growling Rabbit
    Friday, Nov. 17

    Growling Rabbit, 5938 N. Broadway, is donating 10% of sales from the entire day to Swift Elementary School (5900 N. Winthrop). Stop by for breakfast, lunch, or dinner!
  • The Wooden Spoon Cooking Class for Peirce
    Tuesday, Nov. 28, 6:30-9pm

    Take a tasty trip around the city by learning to cook five different dishes! All proceeds from class sales will be donated to Peirce Elementary School (1423 W. Bryn Mawr)
    Click here for more information

48th Ward Youth Advisory Council

Are you, or a youth you know, interested in making a positive impact in the community? Do you want your voice heard on issues impacting the youth community of Edgewater, Uptown, and Andersonville? Gain leadership skills and empower your fellow peers on issues of social justice with the 48th Ward! Join Alderman Osterman’s 48th Ward Youth Advisory Council! This month’s meeting (Monday, Nov. 8) will be in the Community Room at the Edgewater Library, 6000 N. Broadway. Doors open at 3:30 PM for free after-school snacks and refreshments. The council meets from 4-6pm.

Swift School Movie Night: Sing!
Friday, November 10, 6pm
Swift Elementary School, 5900 N. Winthrop
Click here for more information

Swift School Tour
Tuesday, November 28, 8:30am
Swift Elementary School, 5900 N. Winthrop
Click here for more information

Peirce School Open House
Wednesday, Nov. 29, 8:15am
Peirce Elementary School, 1423 W. Bryn Mawr
Click here for flyer in English
Click here for flyer in Spanish

Sacred Heart Schools Admissions Coffee Dates

Admissions Coffees feature informal conversation with current parents, presentations from the Head of Schools and other key administrators, and student-led tours.  Reservations are strongly encouraged.  773-681-8436 or admissions@shschicago.org.  Sacred Heart is located at 6250 N. Sheridan Road in Chicago’s Edgewater neighborhood.  Sacred Heart is a Catholic independent school serving children in Kindergarten through 8th grade.

9:15am to 11am on the following mornings –

  • FridayNovember 17

NCA Trivia Night, November 11
Northside Catholic Academy is hosting a night of trivia fun for adults 21 and older at St. Margaret Mary Activity Center. NCA Trivia Night pits teams of 2-10 players against each other in a battle of know-how. $20 gets you 9 rounds of trivia covering topics like pop culture, history, Chicago, sports and entertainment. The evening begins with cocktails at 6:30pm, followed by an appetizer/dessert auction at 7:00pm. Teams are also welcome to bring their own food. The first question is at 7:15pm. Register as a team or as an individual and NCA will find a team for you. All proceeds benefit the NCA Parent Organization. Register online at https://nca-trivianight-2017.eventbrite.com.

Northside Catholic Academy Hosts Admissions Tours November 16
Northside Catholic Academy inspires its students to grow in character, intellect and spirit. NCA’s challenging and diversified curriculum includes Spanish, Technology, Art, Music, and Physical Education. NCA offers half-day and full-day Early Learning classes starting at age three, and a top-ranked K-8 academic program. The Early Learning Center offers a child-centered approach focused on learning through play and hands-on activities. Onsite extended care is available from 6:30am to 6:00pm, as well as a variety of After School Enrichment classes. Need-based Guardian Angel Scholarships are also available. RSVP at 773-743-6277 ext. 207.

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.

New Library at Swift School
Welcome Edgewater’s latest Little Free Library at Swift Elementary School! Thank you NewStory Church for decorating and co-hosting another great library in the community. Drop by to leave a book, take a book, and read a book next time you are in the area.

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.

30 Days of Doing – Peterson Garden Project
Join Peterson Garden Project October 15 to November 15 for team-building, volunteering and community engagement as we work towards our mission to recruit, educate and inspire everyone to grow and cook their own food! Here are some program highlights:

  • Nov 16 – PGP Grateful Plateful Dinner Fundraiser – Celebrate all we’ve accomplished with a culinary recap of the year at our final major fundraiser for 2017. Taste, see, and hear about the effect our gardens and cooking school had in our community with a special menu inspired by the stories of our gardeners, home cooks, and community partners.

Click here for all the details on 30 Days of Doing and more information about Peterson Garden Project.

Blood Drive at Emanuel Congregation
Sunday, November 19, 9am-2 pm
Emanuel Congregation, 5959 N. Sheridan

To make an appointment or for more information, contact Judy Glaser (glasers4@sbcglobal.net) or call Emanuel at 773-561-5173. You can also call LifeSource at 877-543-3768 or visit lifesource.org, Select “Donate Blood” and “Make an Appointment” then scroll down the webpage to search by group code J221.

Pivot Arts: Don’t Look Back/Must Look Back

Pivot Arts is pleased to present the world premiere of DON’T LOOK BACK/MUST LOOK BACK, a site-specific performance experience in Chicago’s Uptown neighborhood, directed by Devon de Mayo and devised by an ensemble of actors and designers, written by Tanya Palmer and conceived by Julieanne Ehre. Audience members are taken on an immersive journey inspired by the stories and experiences of Uptown residents, many of whom came to Uptown as refugees.

DON’T LOOK BACK/MUST LOOK BACK will play October 20 – November 19, 2017 in various Uptown locations starting at the Chinese Mutual Aid Association, 1016 W. Argyle St. The intimate performance experience is limited to 16 audience members per show. Tickets, priced at $35, are currently on sale at pivotarts.org/events/

Axis Lab presents Community Yoga
Mondays and Saturdays in November
1120 W. Argyle
Click here for more information

Mondays 6-7:15pm / Community Yoga: Unwind the day’s tension and ease into the week with a mindful vinyasa yoga practice. We will slow-flow through a lunar sequence of spinal twists that release stagnant energy and stretches for the Whole body, ending in meditation with optional essential oils. Come early or stay later for some herbal tea. Treat yourself! <<No class 11/13>>
All classes are BYOM – Bring Your Own Mat
Drop in : Sliding scale $10-$15, or trades

Saturdays 1-2:15pm / Community Yoga: Fill up your cup with a soular vinyasa yoga practice. We will strengthen our bodies and our capacity to listen to the intuitive knowledge within as we explore non-habitual movements. Expect an introduction to breathwork (pranayama), foundational yoga poses (asana), and a delicious cool-down (savasana) to reconnect body, heart, spirit. <<No class 11/25>>
All classes are BYOM – Bring Your Own Mat
Drop in : Sliding scale $10-$15, or trades
Bio: Yvonne (200HR CYT) is a pinay artist, community collaborator, yoga instructor, and budding herbalist, bridging diasporic and Indio~Genius consciousness through a trauma-informed lens.

Gallery 1070 Preview Party
Tuesday, Nov. 14 | 5:30-8:30pm
1070 W. Granville

Join Edgewater Artists in Motion and B&R Developers for the Grand Opening of Gallery 1070 – Edgewater’s new community space, art gallery and events venue. Enjoy appetizers, entertainment, and art by 16 Edgewater Artists in Motion’s Members and The Chicago Mosaic School. Learn about the plan for the space and how the community is going to benefit from it.

RSVP by November 13 to info@edgewaterartists.com

CTRL-Z: Undoing Their Stereotypes, Telling Our Stories

CTRL-Z is a show by immigrant and refugee youth and young adults to heal and build power through story sharing and creative resistance. There is an undeniable power in discovering your voice and telling your story, and CTRL-Z is a creative space for immigrant and refugee youth to express our every day experiences of joy, struggle, pain, pride, love, and resistance.

Saturday, November 18, 6 – 9pm
Axis Lab, 1120 W. Argyle, Chicago, IL 

For more information, check out the Facebook event.
Contact Vi Ray-Mazumder, Manager of Youth Organizing and KINETIC, at vraymazumder@advancingjustice-chicago.org with any questions.

Want to donate in advance or sponsor the event? Visit our website and contact Desi Bote, Development Associate, at dbote@advancingjustice-chicago.org.

Running Club

Running Reinventions is a 5K motivational training program created to help someone complete a 5K race. Through the program and teamwork, Running Reinventions inspires people to lead a healthy lifestyle by engaging them to become agents of change in their lives. Running teaches us to take one step at a time and that through this perseverance it will lead to personal success in all areas of our lives.

This group meets Sundays, noon, at Edgewater Athletic Club, 1040 W. Granville. To​ ​Register​ ​Email​ ​Diana:​ ​  dmonier@rcn.com.

This is a FREE​ community program open to anyone that would love to be part of a running group and would like to learn more about the health benefits of a run/walk plan.

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 eventsDonate your gently used books to the Friends of the Edgewater Library
From September 5 through October 14, the Friends of the Edgewater Library will be accepting book donations. We rely on your donations to stock our semi-annual book sales.  Proceeds of our sales directly support the Edgewater branch library. You can bring your donations to the library at 6000 N. Broadway.

Care for Real News
Haunted by God: The Life of Dorothy Day will take place for one night, 11/11, at City Lit Theater. This play is a one woman show, telling the life story of the historical icon and activist Dorothy Day. Proceeds will be split between Care for Real and Still Point Theater Collective, and is sponsored by the Edgewater Community Religious Association.   Suggested donation for tickets is $25 dollars. Tickets can be purchased in advance here until 12noon on Saturday and will be available at the door: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3099479. We hope to see you there!

Annual ECRA Interfaith Service, Sunday, Nov. 19
One of the most beloved and enduring traditions in the Edgewater community is the annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Service conducted by ECRA, the Edgewater Community Religious Association.  It is a time when we come together to celebrate our diversity and give thanks for all we have.  Care for Real is honored and fortunate to be the beneficiary of the special collection taken at this service.  These donations enable us to make Thanksgiving dinner possible for hundreds of our clients. This year, the service will be held Sunday, November 19, 3:00pm-5:00pm at North Shore Baptist Church, 5244 North Lakewood with choirs joining in song from participating congregations.

Cocktails for a Cause
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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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
Meet the Artist: Tracy Poyser, Photographer
Saturday, November 11
Bethany Retirement Community, 4950 N. Ashland
Click here for more information

Crafters and Musicians Fall Pop-Up
Sunday, November 12
11am to 5pm
4956 N. Sheridan
Shop handmade goods while listening to live music
Click here for more information

Fair Trade Holiday Market
Sunday, November 12
Emanuel Congregation, 5959 N. Sheridan
Click here for more information

All Saints’ Cafe
Sunday, November 12
Ravenswood Community Services, 1757 W. Wilson
Click here for more information

‘Made in Chicago’ Gallery Talk
Thursday, November 16
Edgewater Historical Society, 5358 N. Ashland
Click here for more information

Food Between the Shadows: A Refugee Resistance Menu Pop-Up
Friday, November 17
First Sip Cafe, 1057 W. Argyle
Click here for more information

Polite & Powerful Children’s Foundation at Chicago Toy & Game Fair
Saturday & Sunday, November 18 & 19
Navy Pier, 600 E. Grand
Click here for more information

Annual Arts Showcase
Saturday & Sunday, November 18 & 19
Berger Park Cultural Center, 6205 N. Sheridan
Click here for more information

Information Technology Vendor Event
Tuesday, November 18
City Hall, 121 N. LaSalle
Click here for more information

Sunday, November 19
Emanuel Congregation, 5959 N. Sheridan
Click here for more information

Community Glue Workshop Repair Clinic
Sunday, November 19
Edgewater Workbench, 1130 W. Thorndale
Click here for more information

Mansions in the Sky – Chicago Apartments Between the Wars
Tuesday, Nov. 21
Chicago Cultural Center – Claudia Cassidy Theater, 78 E. Washington
Click here for more information

Winter/Autumn Festival
Fundraiser for Intergenerational Program

Saturday, Nov. 25
Unity Community Center, 1212 W. Balmoral
Click here for more information

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

Arts & Culture

See the full calendar of arts events by clicking here.

Choir Boy
By Raven Theatre
Performances September 27 – November 12
Raven Theatre, 6157 N. Clark St.
Click here for more information

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

Don’t Look Back/Must Look Back
By Pivot Arts
Performances October 20 – November 19
Click here for more information

Lysistrata Jones
By Refuge Theatre Project
Performances through November 19
Unity Church, 1212 W. Balmoral
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

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