Weekly Update from Your Alderman — November 30, 2018

November 30, 2018

Dear Neighbor,Tomorrow is World AIDS Day, an annual day of remembrance and awareness that provides an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV/AIDS, show their support for people living with HIV/AIDS, and to remember those who have died. Our community is fortunate to be home to several organizations that do incredible work to support those affected by HIV/AIDS, including TPAN and Vital Bridges food pantry. I encourage you to support their work not only on World AIDS Day, but throughout the year. TPAN is hosting mobile test sites around the city tomorrow, including one in our ward at Colectivo Coffee, 5425 N. Clark St. Click here for more information. These organizations work closely with AIDS Foundation of Chicago to support our neighbors across the city, click here to learn how you can get involved in their important work.

Earlier this week, the City Council Committee on Education and Child Development held a hearing to address the issue of sexual abuse in Chicago Public Schools. In June of this year, the Chicago Tribune released a series of investigative articles that uncovered a number of sexual abuse cases in CPS. My colleagues and I called for a hearing  with CPS leaders to address this important safety issue for our children. Since the summer, CPS has established the Office of Student Protections and Title IX to take complaints and coordinate responses to all sexual harrassment, bullying, and assault incidents with students. Complaints will be investigated by this office and the CPS Office of Inspector General. CPS has also re-checked backgrounds on all employees, vendors, coaches, and volunteers, and has expanded its partnership with the Child Advocacy Center to support victims of abuse. This school year alone, more than 600 cases of sexual abuse have been reported to the Chicago Public Schools Office of Student Protections and Title IX. It is critical that students are safe at school. My colleagues and I will continue
to work to ensure the safety of our students and to implement better systems at Chicago Public Schools to prevent these instances from occurring in the future. We will have a follow-up hearing in March to check in on progress of policy and procedure reforms at CPS. The hotline for the CPS Office of Student Protections and Title IX is (773) 535-4400.

Please join me in congratulating Larry Swoboda and his team at Double Bubble, 6036 N. Broadway, on their 41st anniversary serving the Edgewater community. The Double Bubble is a place for neighbors to gather, and contributes to many charitable causes throughout our community. Stop by tomorrow night to support the Northside Catholic Academy (6216 N. Glenwood) Queen of Hearts fundraiser, click here for more information.

Tomorrow First Sip Cafe, 1057 W. Argyle, celebrates their first anniversary.Sisters Erin and Gigi Hoang are second-generation businesses owners on Argyle, daughters of the owners of Cafe Hoang, 1020 W. Argyle. First Sip has been a dynamic and energizing addition to Argyle St., offering coffee, tea, and artistic events. Help them celebrate tomorrow night at their First Anniversary party, click here for more information.

Congratulations are also in order for two members of the Edgewater community who are champions! Edgewater resident eight-year-old Yuvraj Rudra Chennareddy, recently won the 2018 U8 World Cadet Chess Championship in Spain. He was the official representative of the US chess team, and made it through the tournament undefeated. Click here to learn more about Yuvraj’s victory. Edge of Sweetness cake decorator Adam Gueldner earned national recognition when his team won the challenge on Food Network’s “Holiday Wars”. Congratulations to Adam, click here to learn more about his TV appearance.

There are an abundance of holiday events in and around the Ward this weekend, including concerts, parades, vendor markets, and more. See below for details, and share your experiences using #HolidaysHere48! And if your family is planning for a Friday pizza night, order from Veranda on Thorndale and 10% of your purchase will benefit Friends of Swift.

Have a great weekend and Happy Hannukah.

Harry Osterman
Alderman, 48th Ward

Public Safety Update

Earlier this week, my staff attended court for the carjacking that occurred in October on the 5800 block of Winthrop. The four individuals are still facing felony charges and are currently being held.

Our staff, along with representatives from a local business and the Andersonville Chamber of Commerce, attended a court hearing for the individual who was arrested for battery and disorderly conduct earlier this fall. He is held on bond and has a pending court date on December 19, 9am, in the Branch 29 Court, 2452 W. Belmont.

The 20th Police District released a community alert on armed robberies that have occurred recently in our business community. Please click here to read the alert. This comes at a time where there have been multiple burglaries in Andersonville. In these burglaries, a male offender entered the basement and stole valuable possessions. Please pay special attention to any suspicious people loitering in the area, and if you have any information on either of these two incidents contact the Area North Detectives at (312) 744-8264.

Police are actively investigating these crimes and we will have a further updates in the near future. We are in contact with the State’s Attorney’s office about all of these cases and will need the support of court advocates. If you are interested in court advocacy for these or any other cases, please contact Alan Oviedo at alan@48thward.org

*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.

Holiday Coat Drive
Click here for more information

Alderman Osterman has partnered with State Senator Heather Steans and State Representative Kelly Cassidy to collect hats, gloves, and coats to help support the local non-profits including Care for Real.  Please stop by 5533 N Broadway to drop off new or gently used donations in support of local Edgewater and Rogers Park adults and children. Come to drop off items until December 14.

Buttercup Park Holiday Decorating
Children’s Holiday Decoration Making
Saturday, December 1
10 am – 11 am
The Third Space, 4956 N Sheridan

After the Children’s Holiday Decoration Making, come to help decorate Buttercup Park from 11 am to noon.

St. Gertrude’s Annual Christmas Bazaar
Saturday, Dec. 1, 10am – 4pm & Sunday, Dec. 2, 9am – 2:30pmThis annual event features handmade, fair-trade arts and crafts, plus a fabulous used book sale, Christmas greenery for sale, a White Elephant table, complimentary gift wrapping, a Split the Pot Raffle, and pictures with Santa.

A pancake & sausage breakfast with musical talent from St. Gertrude’s will be held on Sunday from 8:30am – 1pm.

Northside North Pole Parade
Saturday, December 1
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Starts at Bryn Mawr CTA, ends at Lytle House
Click here for more information

Edgewater Holiday Mixer
Thursday, December 6
6 pm – 9 pm
Colvin House, 5940 N Sheridan Rd
Click here for more information

Celebrate the end of 2018 surrounded by your community friends, small businesses and neighbors with great bites and booze to wrap up the year with a bang. The Edgewater Chamber of Commerce depends on generous donations from its community to raise funds towards yearly events like programming workshops, small business growth panels, entrepreneur-centric networking gatherings and school fundraisers like the Edgewater 5k Run.

Andersonville Toy Drive for Care for Real
Friday, November 30 –  Friday, December 14
Click here for more information

The Andersonville Chamber of Commerce hosts the annual gift/toy drive to benefit over 1,000 kids and teens in partnership with Care for Real. Toys can be dropped at several locations throughout the district from November 30 through December 14.

Late Night Andersonville
Friday, December 7
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Click here for more information

Participating Andersonville stores stay open late and offer special refreshments and deals for shoppers. Enjoy restaurant specials, carolers, pictures with Santa, musicians, and more through the district. The FREE Holiday Trolley runs along Clark Street from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.

5th Annual Winter Walk on Wilson

Friday, November 30
5:00 – 8:00 pm
Wilson Avenue between Clark & Sheridan
Click here for more information

Business Partners – The Chamber for Uptown is hosting their 5th Annual Winter Walk on Wilson. This free event features sweet treats, warm drinks, and menu samples offered by local Uptown businesses and organizations as well as live holiday music along the Wilson commercial corridor from Clark to Sheridan. We’re pleased to announce this year’s event will also feature the Chicago Market’s Holiday Pop-Up Market at their new home inside the historic Gerber Building.

Uptown Holiday Party
Wednesday, December 5
5:00 – 7:00 pm
Bridgeview Bank, 4753 N. Broadway
Click here for to RSVP

Join Bridgeview Bank, Uptown United, and Business Partners, The Chamber for Uptown in celebrating the holiday season, as well as our organizations’ many accomplishments this year. Enjoy complimentary light food, libations, and great company! Uptown has a proud history of helping those in need. We hope you’ll join us this year in bringing a donation to assist Sarah’s Circle, a worthy organization serving the Uptown neighborhood. The most needed items are winter clothing including winter coats, scarves, hats, gloves, winter boots and/or waterproof shoes, and sweaters and/or sweatshirts. For more information click on the link above.

Fat Cat Speakeasy – Repeal Prohibition Party
Wednesday, December 5
8:00 pm – 1:00 am
Fat Cat Chicago, 4840 N Broadway
Click here for more information

Sip our 21st amendment brewery giggle water (aka cocktails) while swinging with your bearcat to the sounds of Electro-Swing DJ Vourteque. Don’t be a wet blanket See ya at the Cat it’s the place to be Wednesday, December 5th, 8pm-late.

Fat Cat’s Christmas Trivia
Tuesday, December 11
8:00 pm
Fat Cat Chicago, 4840 N Broadway
Click here for more information

Throw on your ugliest sweater, have a chance to win a leg lamp. Ugliest sweater wins the lamp! Share a mug of glogg with old friends and meet some new. Just put one foot in front of the other and head on over to Fat Cat on Tuesday, December 11th 8PM.

Christmas Echos, Hanukkah Dreams Holiday Concert
Saturday, December 8
7:30 pm
St. Gertrude’s Catholic Church, 1420 W Granville Ave
Click here for more information

The winter concert selections will include ancient chant, international carols and familiar sing-a-long favorites from the Edgewater Singers. Selections from J.S. Bach’s Christmas Oratorio, will be followed by echoes of the traditional texts in modern settings including an original composition by Philip Seward. Hannukah dreams will resound in Ya Ba Bom and in the powerful text of Ma’oz Tsur, retold in Philip Seward’s, Rock of Ages, echoing a prayer for peace.

City of Chicago’s Emergency Heating Repair Program 2018-2019
Open Enrollment November 1, 2018 – April 1, 2019
Click here to learn how to apply

This grant program is designed to help income-eligible Chicago homeowners for service to repair or replace their heating systems. Limited grants are available. Citizens who own a one-to-four unit residential property within the city limits may qualify. The property must be in habitable condition and not at risk of foreclosure. Commercial and mixed-use properties do not qualify.

Affordable Care Act
Click here for more information

Please do not forget to enroll into healthcare during Open Enrollment, which is happening now through December 15th. The plans offered on healthcare.gov include access to mental health services, maternity care, a free annual preventive visit and coverage for pre-existing conditions. Discounts are available for many working and middle-class individuals and families. It is important Chicagoans get health insurance with full coverage.

Speaker Series Lecture: Richard Cahan
Wednesday, December 5
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Emanuel Congregation, 5959 N Sheridan Rd
Click here for more information

Author and noted photo historian Richard Cahan will discuss Un-American: The Incarceration of Japanese Americans During World War II. The book uses primary source government documents to explain and place the pictures in context, and relies on firsthand recollections of Japanese American survivors to offer a complete perspective. This event is free and open to the public. Limited parking is available. Please RSVP if you plan to attend: richardreeder34@gmail.com

Heartland Health Center’s Toy Drive for Their Wee Patients
Click here for more information

Heartland Health Centers is collecting new toys for their newborn to 10-year-old patients at their Health Center located at 845 W Wilson Ave. They will be collection toys at this location as well as other drop off locations through December 19th.

Drop Off Locations:

  • Yoga Body Elements: 4007 N Broadway #202
  • Heritage Outpost: 1325 W Wilson Ave | 1020 W Lawrence Ave.
  • Larry’s at the Lawrence House: 1020 W Lawrence Ave.
Schools and Parents Update

Parent Date Night
Friday, December 7
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Peirce Elementary, 1423 W Bryn Mawr Ave
Click here for more information

Drop off your kids (Pre-K through 6th grade) with our babysitting team and enjoy a nice Edgewater evening. Adult chaperones will be onsite and 7th and 8th grade students will serve as activity leaders. Your kids will enjoy Movies, Art Projects, Basketball & More. Send them in their PJs! $3 more for pizza dinner! This works out perfectly with the timing for the Winter Walk on Wilson.

Chicago Public Schools Senior Student & Parent Scholarship Information 2018
Click here for more information

We are promoting our annual scholarship information session that is similar to a college fair, but for our CPS Scholarship Providers. Above is the flyer, registration link that we are using to promote the event.

Senn Donation Week
Monday, November 26 – Sunday, December 2
Superdawg Drive In Locations, 6363 N Milwaukee Ave and 333 S Milwaukee Ave
Click here for more information

Families Together Cooperative Nursery School: Admissions Coffee
Wednesday, December 5th
9:30 am
1500 W Elmdale Ave
To reserve a spot, email admissions@ftcns.org
Click here for more information

Cookies & Crafts Hosted by Peirce Middle School
Thursday, December 6
3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Edge of Sweetness, 6034 N Broadway
Click here for more information

Senn Parent Advisory Council Meeting 
Tuesday, December 11
7:00 pm
Senn High School, Room 115, 5900 N Glenwood Ave
Click here for more information

Senn Local School Council Meeting
Tuesday, December 11
6:15 pm
Senn High School, Room 115, 5900 N Glenwood Ave
Click here for more information

Friends of Senn Meeting
Tuesday, December 11
5:30 pm
Senn High School, Room 115, 5900 N Glenwood Ave
Click here for more information

Sacred Heart Admissions Coffees
Sacred Heart Schools, 6250 N Sheridan Rd
9:15 – 11:00am
Wednesday, December 12

Admissions Coffees offer prospective parents the best overview of Sacred Heart, including student-led tours, visits to classes and a question-and-answer session about the academic program and the admissions process.  Please click here to register for an Admissions Coffee online.

Youth Update

48th Ward Youth Advisory Council

The 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. The next meeting is Thursday, December 13th starting at 4 pm in the Third Space, 4956 N Sheridan. Recommended for ages 12 to 17. If you want to learn more or have any questions contact PC at pc@48thward.org.

Senior UpdateDoes climate change affect healthy aging?
Monday, December 3
1:30 – 2:30 p.m.
Edgewater Senior Satellite Center, 5917 N. Broadway
Click here for more information

Hear from Loyola University students about the current research on climate change and how it affects the health of older adults. The presentation is co-sponsored by Edgewater Village.

“The Christmas Spirit: How Charles Dickens Championed the Poor… and Got Rich!”
Friday, December 7
2 pm – 3 pm
Edgewater Library, 6000 N. Broadway

Join us for a presentation by Lydia Craig, Ph.D. candidate in Victorian Studies at Loyola University Chicago and co-founder of the university’s Victorian Society. She will uncover the secret past of Charles Dickens, the most popular novelist in Victorian England and his rise to international fame. His experiences with poverty motivated Dickens to reveal and end the plight of the suffering British poor, but also relentlessly drove him to make money and rise into a higher social class. Click here for the December schedule of events.

Winthrop Watermain Update

  • Work on Ainslie continues

Any questions please email harry@48thward.org or call our office at 773-784-5277.

6145 N. Broadway Development 

Demolition is in progress with excavation to follow.

Woodruff Arcade (6351-67 N. Broadway) Development

  • Underground utility work at the site has begun.
  • This includes bringing the utilities to the site from the street.
  • Next week will continue with the underground utility work in the alley between project site and Loyola’s building.
  • Will continue to pour concrete for 2nd floor.
 The project continues to move forward, if you have any questions please contact our office at 773-784-5277
CTA RPM Update

Alleys east of and parallel to the CTA Red/Purple Line between Foster and Balmoral and at all cross streets from Foster to Balmoral

  • Berwyn: Duct bank installation continues in the east alley south of Berwyn and is approximately 59% complete.
  • Berwyn: Underground cable installation to the Berwyn manhole, west of the tracks is ongoing.
  • 48-Hour CAN (Construction Activity Notice) was distributed on 11/21/18.

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 Mawr

  • Crews began excavating for duct bank installation south of Catalpa in the east alley.
  • 48-Hour CAN (Construction Activity Notice) was distributed on 11/21/18.

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 Thorndale

  • Hollywood: In the east alley south of Hollywood, conduit installation is approximately 100% complete.
  • Hollywood: 4 of 4 manholes have been installed in the east alley south of Hollywood.
  • Ardmore: In the east alley south of Ardmore, conduit installation is approximately 100% complete.
  • Ardmore: 2 of 2 manholes have been installed in the east alley south of Ardmore.
  • Ardmore: Underground cable installation to the manhole on Ardmore is ongoing.

Demolition Update:

  • Demolition of the building at 1111 W. Bryn Mawr is approximately 95% complete.

Weekdays: Thursday, November 01, 2018 to Monday, December 31, 2018
Location: Catalpa Avenue and the alleys adjacent to the CTA tracks north of Balmoral Avenue to Catalpa Avenue

Work Hours: 8 am to 4 pm, daily
Work Activity: ComEd Overhead and Underground Utility Work
Local Impact:
While work is being performed there will be:

  • Intermittent curb/parking restrictions
  • Intermittent sidewalk closures in the work zone
  • Intermittent traffic lane closures and changes
  • Intermittent overnight alley closures

There will be noise while work is being performed. Noise may include:

  • General construction noise
  • Running compressors, excavators and generators
  • Truck traffic
  • Beeping form backup alarms on construction equipment and vehicles

Work will not impact CTA rail service and will therefore occur during daytime hours. More detailed and localized Construction Activity Notices will be provided as work progresses.

Argyle Street and the alleys adjacent to the CTA tracks north of Ainslie Street to Argyle Street.

Balmoral Avenue and the alleys adjacent to the CTA tracks from north of Berwyn Avenue to Balmoral Avenue.

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 eventsEdgewater Public Library
In recognition of Polish American Heritage Month, Edgewater Branch is hosting an exhibit featuring artist Renata Maliszewski. Her work will be on display in the exhibit case until Dec 1.

Friday, November 30
2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Edgewater Public Library, Betty A. Barclay Community Room

Chicago History Book Discussion Group – Nelson Algren
Saturday, December 8
10:00 am
Edgewater Branch, Chicago Public Library, Betty Barclay Community Room, 6000 N Broadway

Author shares insights into Nelson Algren’s life
Tuesday, December 11
6:30 pm

Join Mary Wisniewski, author of Algren: A Life as she discusses the author and his work, life, personality and habits. Her book, which is the first biography of American author Nelson Algren in more than 25 years, offers a new look at the author of The Man with the Golden ArmA Walk on the Wild Side and dozens of other works. Algren: A Life was named Chicago Writers Association Nonfiction Book of the Year and will be available for purchase. Wisniewski is a well-known Chicago journalist and frequently appears on local television and radio.

November Bezazian Programs

STEAM (ages 3-11)
Saturday, December 1
11:00 am
Click here for more information

Book Discussion: One Book One Chicago Title: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? By Philip K. Dick
Saturday, December 1
2:00 pm
Click here for more information

Baby Lapsit Story Time
Thursday, December 6
10:30 am
Click here for more information

World’s Columbian Exposition: The White City and the Building of the Fair
Saturday, December 8
10:00 am
Click here for more information

Ida: Film Screening with a Special Introduction by a Chicago Reader Film Critic
Saturday, December 8
2:00 pm
Click here for more information

Chicago Filmmakers
Fall Programming
Click here for more information

Dance on Film 
Friday, November 30
7:30 pm
Chicago Filmmakers, 5720 N. Ridge Avenue
Click here for more information

Digital Filmmaking
Thursdays, September 20 to December 6
6:30 pm

Cinematography and Lighting
Wednesday, November 7- December 12

Stop Motion Animation + Claymation 
Sunday, October 28 – December 2

Developing the Doc
Monday, November 12 – December 17

Workshop: Master Screenwriting Techniques
Sunday, November 18 and December 9

Premiere Pro
Wednesday, November 19 – December 17

Final Cut Pro
Monday, November 21 – December 19

Job Postings

Oak Street Health, located at 1541 W. Devon Ave. has an open position for a Community Relations Manager, and is accepting applications. Click here for the job description and application information.​

Holiday Pop-Up Market at Winter Walk at Wilson
Friday, November 30
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Chicago Market, 4620 N Broadway
Click here for more information

Chicago Fair Trade Holiday Pop-Up Shop Now Open
Sunday, November 23 – Saturday, December 29
5207 N Clark
Click here for more information

Vintage Garage Holiday Market 
Saturday, December 1
St. Andrews in Edgewater, 5649 N Sheridan
11 am to 6 pm
Click here for more information

Unity Holiday Bazaar
Saturday, December 1
2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
1212 W Balmoral Ave
Click here for more information

Guided Mediation at Yoga Tree
Saturday, December 1
2:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Yoga Tree, 5238 N Clark
Click here for more information

Gillian Walnes Perry, co-founder of the Anne Frank Trust in London and author of the new book “The Anne Frank Legacy”
Sunday, December 2
2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
St. Gregory’s, 5545 N Paulina St
Click here for more information

Chicago Market: Ownership Info Session
Monday, December 3
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Nick’s on Wilson, 1140 W Wilson
Click here for more information

Uptown Grand Outdoor Menorah Lighting
Wednesday, December 5
6:30 pm
The Jewel-Osco Parking Lot, 4355 N Sheridan Rd
Click here for more information

A Legacy of Commitment to Youth
Thursday, December 6
5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Alternatives Uptown Youth Center, 4730 N Sheridan
Click here for more information

Cabaret and Chanukah
Thursday, December 6
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
The Selfhelp Home, 908 W Argyle
Click here for more information

See the full calendar of arts events by clicking here.

Rising Temperatures
Friday, November 30
7:00 pm
Begins at 5153 N Clark St
Click here for more information

Winter POP-UP Show
Saturday, December 1 and Sunday, December 2
Saturday 11:00 am – 6:00 pm and Sunday 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
1070 W Granville
Click here for more information

Best of The Infinite Wrench 2018: 30 Years with The Neo-Futurists
Sunday, December 2
7:00 pm
The Neo-Futurist Theater, 5153 N Ashland
Click here for more information

Broadway Rocks
Tuesday, December 4 and Wednesday, December 5
6:00 pm
5900 N Glenwood
Click here for more information

The Winter Wolf
Thursday, December 6 – Sunday, January 6
Press Opening: Saturday, December 8
7:30 pm
Otherworld Theatre, 3914 N Clark St
Click here for more information

GMIV-Elton John Tribute-Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
Saturday, December 8
7:00 PM
1101 W. Granville (SW corner of Winthrop and Granville)
Click here for more information

Barney the Elf
Friday, December 14
7:30 pm
Broadway Theatre, Pride Arts Center, 4139 N Broadway
Click here for more information

The Safe House
November 2 – December 16
City Lit Theater Company, 1020 W Bryn Mawr
Click here for more information

Rising Temperatures by Akvavit Theatre
November 27 – November 30
7 pm
Click here for more information

Boombox: A (Sort Of) Solo Show
Saturday, December 1
7:30 pm
The Frontier, 1106 W Thorndale Ave
Click here for more information

Scientific Method
November 1 – December 2
Rivendell Theatre, 5775 N Ridge
Click here for more information
Get $10 off regular tickets with the box-office code “HELLO NEIGHBOR” for members of our Edgewater community!

Barrel of Monkey’s That’s Weird Grandma Holiday Edition
Monday, December 10
8:00 pm
The Neo-Futurists Theater, 5153 N Ashland Ave
Click here for more information

November 10 – December 10
Redtwist Theatre, 1044 W Bryn Mawr
Click here for more information

November 24 – December 23
Greenhouse Theater Center
Click here for more information

Wilson Abbey Advent Windows
December 1 – December 25
Wilson Abbey, 935 W Wilson Ave
Click here for more information

The Agency Theater Collective Presents the Return of HELLCAB
November 30 – December 30
Raven Theatre, 6157 N Clark St
Click here for more information 

The Chicago Mosaic School CMS Artisan Pop-Up
November 19 – January 4
1127 W Granville Ave
Click here for more information

Women of Soul, With a Tribute to Aretha Franklin
October 28 – January 13
Click here for more information

The Swedish American Museum
Click here for more information about upcoming events

6018North: Chicago’s Home for Experimental Arts & Culture
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

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