Weekly Update from Your Alderman- October 11, 2019

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Weekly Update from Your Alderman
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October 11, 2019
Dear Neighbor,

Last night we hosted the first 48th Ward Town Hall Meeting of 2019. Thank you to the more than 50 neighbors who joined us at Somerset Place Apartments. As your alderman, it is very important to me that I can hear from constituents about issues, concerns, and ideas that impact your lives. We have three more Town Hall Meetings this month, along with other issue-focused meetings, and I encourage you to do your best to make it out to a few of them. Click here to view the full schedule of fall community meetings.

This week the Committee on Housing and Real Estate approved Angela Hurlock as the new Chairman of the Board of the Chicago Housing Authority. Angela has a strong background working in the housing field on the south side of Chicago for years, and she has degrees in architecture and business administration. Pending her confirmation at next week’s City Council meeting, I look forward to working with Angela in my role as Chairman of the Committee on Housing and Real Estate and help her improve CHA and expand affordable housing throughout Chicago. 

As negotiations continue between the Chicago Teachers Union and the Mayor’s Office, there is a lot of uncertainty about what next week will bring. Should the two sides not reach an agreement, there will be a teachers’ strike on Thursday, October 17. Nothing is more important to me as an elected official and as a father than the safety and education of our youth. It is my hope that a resolution can be found before the 17th so that the school year can continue uninterrupted. My office will provide an update early next week and provide parents locations that will be open and supervised for students in the event of a strike.

If you’re looking for happy hour or dinner plans tonight, head to Bryn Mawr for Bands on Bryn Mawr. The forecast says the skies will clear up late this afternoon! This event is like a mini-reboot of Bands on Broadway and will feature live outdoor music at Nookies (1100 W. Bryn Mawr), Edgewater Mexican Cafe (1055 W. Bryn Mawr), Mama K’s (1036 W. Bryn Mawr), Francesca’s Bryn Mawr (1039 W. Bryn Mawr), and Edgewater Playhouse (1048 W. Bryn Mawr). Please join us and enjoy the great local businesses on Bryn Mawr and fun music and entertainment. Click here for more information.

Have a fun and peaceful week, and good luck to runners participating in the Chicago Marathon!

Sincerely,

Harry Osterman
Alderman, 48th Ward

Public Safety Update
On Tuesday, October 8th our office joined with the State’s Attorney’s office, the 20th police district, the 40th Ward, and the Andersonville Chamber of Commerce at court for Willie Wright about his violations of conditional discharge, battery, and public indecency. He rejected the plea deal offered by State’s Attorney’s office and the case will now be set for trial on November 22. My office will continue to attend court and offer updates on this case. 

2019 Beat Meeting Schedules
Click here to view the schedule for the 20th District CAPS Beat Meetings
Click here to view the schedule for the 24th District CAPS Beat Meeting
If you want to know which police district and beat you belong to, click here to find out.

Development Update 

St. Ita’s Convent – 5524-30 N. Magnolia Avenue
On Tuesday, Oct. 15, in the Council Chambers of City Hall, at 10:00am, the Committee on Zoning, Landmarks & Building Standards will conduct a public hearing. At this hearing, the applicant, JAB Merger LLC, will request a zoning change from the current RS-3 zoning to the RT4 zoning. This change will allow the applicant to establish an eight (8) unit multi-family residential development in the existing three (3) story building with basement. This project will also have eight (8) open parking spaces located off of the alley and the building will be 34 feet tall.Any questions please email dan@48thward.org.   

5356 N. Sheridan (formerly known as the Wing Hoe property)On Tuesday, Oct. 15, in the Council Chambers of City Hall, at 10:00am, the Committee on Zoning, Landmarks & Building Standards will conduct a public hearing. At this hearing, the applicant, MCZ Sheridan LLC, is seeking a zoning change to permit a new four-story, fifty (50) unit residential building at the subject property. The proposed building will be 52 feet-1 inch in height. Onsite parking for twenty-one (21) vehicles will be provided. The subject property is located within 1,320 linear feet of the entrance to the Berwyn Red Line (CTA) Station. The Applicant is seeking a reduction in the required off-street parking from fifty (50) spaces to twenty-one (21) spaces, pursuant to the Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Ordinance.  
Any questions please email dan@48thward.org.
 
48th Ward Fall Community Meeting Schedule 
 Town Hall Meetings

Alderman Osterman will host four Town Hall Meetings in different corners of the ward. These meetings are an opportunity for the alderman to share updates from our office and from City Hall, as well as to answer questions from neighbors and gather your ideas on how to make our community even stronger. Please do your best to attend the meeting closest to your home. We plan to livestream the final Town Hall on Facebook Live, for those who are unable to attend the meetings.Thursday, October 10, 6:30pm – Somerset Place Apartments, 5009 N. SheridanTuesday, October 15, 6:30pm – Firehouse Chicago, 1545 W. RosemontWednesday, October 16, 6:30pm – Emanuel Congregation, 5959 N. SheridanTuesday, October 22, 6:30pm – Swedish American Museum, 5211 N. Clark (This meeting will also be streamed from our Facebook account)

Lake Levels Town Hall Meeting with 49th Ward Alderwoman Maria Hadden Monday, October 21, 6:30pm – Galvin Hall (Loyola University), 6339 N. SheridanPlease join Alderman Osterman and Alderwoman Hadden for a Town Hall meeting about the 30-year high lake levels we are experiencing. This will be an opportunity to hear from the Army Corps of Engineers and elected leaders about how we are preparing for extreme fall and winter weather and working to protect our infrastructure.

Lake Shore Drive Northern Terminus Study Meetings

Many of you have participated in community meetings over the years for the Northern Terminus Traffic Study (NTTS) portion of the Redefine the Drive North Lake Shore Drive study. As part of this study, CDOT reviewed traffic patterns on Sheridan and Broadway north of Bryn Mawr. We will host two meetings in partnership with CDOT to review and provide feedback on proposed alternatives for new traffic plans on Sheridan and Broadway north of Bryn Mawr. These areas receive high volumes of traffic and are critical points in the community. I encourage you to join us for one of the meetings to share your feedback.

The meeting formats for both meetings will be the same, including a presentation and workshop. Additionally, the second meeting will feature an optional “walkshop” for those interested in heading out to the locations in question with CDOT engineers to discuss challenges and potential solutions out in the field. We will share more information about the meetings closer to the dates.Wednesday, October 30, 6:30pm – Broadway Armory, 5917 N. BroadwaySaturday, November 2, 10am – St. Andrew Greek Church, 5649 N. Sheridan

Chicago City Sticker Amnesty
October 1 – October 30
Click here for more information
 Today City Clerk Anna Valencia and Mayor Lightfoot announced a two step program that gives residents a chance for a new start. Beginning on October 1st through October 31st, our office is launching a City Sticker Amnesty program where residents will be able to get their City Sticker with no late fees or back charges. Residents can also purchase the Reduced Term City Sticker, our newest option in addition to the one and two year City Sticker. Residents can take advantage of this program by visiting one of our three office locations, one of four Department of Finance office locations, at one of our many Mobile City Halls or online at chicityclerk.com.  Additionally, beginning Friday, November 15 through Sunday, December 15, 2019, residents can apply for the opportunity have at least three City Sticker Tickets forgiven by going to Chicago.gov/citystickerdebtrelief. 

Raven Theatre – Season Opener
October 11
Raven Theatre
6175 N. Clark
Click here for more information

On October, 11, the Raven Theatre is hosting a Neighborhood Night performance for the season opener, Sundown, Yellow Moon. Edgewater residents get $15 tickets that evening with offer code NEIGHBOR.

Click here for discounted tickets

Soundoff Presents: We are Family!
October 13
Soundoff Studio, 1055 W. Bryn Mawr, Suite G
Click here for more information

Join us on October 13th and be a part of our new imagery campaign. “The Great American Photo Album.” America is All people, All Voices, and All Styles. We are all the American Dream. Come as you are or bring a prop that defines you, we’ll capture a photo that speaks your truth.

Centro Romero Annual Event
October 17
Hotel Allegro
171 W. Randolph
Click here for more information
 Join Centro Romero on Thursday, October 17th at Chicago’s beautiful Hotel Allegro (171 W. Randolph) as we look ahead after 3 and a half decades of non-profit service to the immigrant and refugee community of the Midwest.  We look back at our successes and also reflect on the excitement of our namesake- Oscar Romero, being canonized as a Saint last October by Pope Francis at The Vatican in Rome. Tickets available through our website or by calling Centro Romero at 773.508.5300.

Open House Chicago
October 19-20
Click here for more informationThe Chicago Architecture Center’s Open House Chicago is a free public festival that offers behind-the-scenes access to more than 350 buildings across Chicago. Explore the hidden gems and architectural treasures of Chicago’s diverse neighborhoods—all for free. Have you ever walked by a building and thought, “I wish I could see what’s inside?” Now you can. Tour soaring skyscrapers, repurposed mansions, opulent theaters, exclusive private clubs, private offices and breathtaking sacred spaces.

Participating sites in the 48th Ward:5040-5060 N. Marine Drive Condos6018North, 6018 N. Kenmore Berger Park Cultural Center, 6219 N. SheridanChicago Filmmakers, 5720 N. RidgeChurch of the Atonement, 5749 N. KenmoreColvin House, 5940 N. SheridanEdgewater Beach Apartments, 5555 N. SheridanEmanuel Congregation, 5959 N. SheridanFirehouse Chicago, 1545 W. RosemontThe Lytle House, 5517 N. BroadwaySt. Ita Church, 5500 N. BroadwaySteep Theatre & The Boxcar, 1115 W. BerwynSwedish American Museum, 5211 N. Clark 

In Search of Old Dreams: Stories of Argyle Street
October 19
1120 W. Argyle
Click here for more information

Celebrating the history and diversity of Argyle Street.

In Search of Old Dreams: Stories of Argyle Street is a video art street installation of the area’s history as a port of entry for immigrants and refugees in Chicago. Argyle Street’s neighborhood has been shaped by international wars and local transit development. This public art and site activation celebrates the architectural history of the people and the continued struggle for survival through archival newspapers, stories, and photographs.
 St. Andrew’s Edgewater Food Fest
October 19 & 20
St Andrew’s Greek Orthodox Church, 5649 N. Sheridan
Click here for more information

Come to St. Andrew’s on October 19th and 20th for their food fest! Admission is free. Enjoy traditional Greek food, beer, wine, pastries, and culture between 2-8pm on Saturday and 12-3pm on Sunday. Parking is free on church grounds. Bring flyer to get $1 off any entree.

For more information, call the church office at (773) 334-4515 or visit http://www.standreworthodox.org/

FitPop Edgewater
October 20 – November 3
Click here for more information

Registration for the Edgewater Chamber of Commerce’s FitPop wellness event is open! FitPop Edgewater is brand new and features wellness-themed pop-up events spanning a two-week long period made for all ages to help you get in tune with healthy living right here in Edgewater. FitPop is open to everyone and is ideal for fitness buffs, casual workout enthusiasts or anyone interested in trying out new wellness routines. This event series is a chance to explore fresh, fun and healthy experiences to help you feel better about you, no matter your age, gender or fitness level!

Pick from over 40 wellness events taking place October 20 – November 3. The pop-up events explore family/pet-friendly activities, mental wellness, high-intensity workouts and unique experiences you can only find in Edgewater that help motivate you to experiment with new fitness trends in your neighborhood.

Website: https://www.edgewater.org/fitpop
Buy Your Ticket:  https://www.eiseverywhere.com/475125

CMAA Healthcare and English Classes
October 26
1016 W. Argyle

The Chinese Mutual Aid Association is also offering free healthcare and English language classes. Registration is on October 26, from 9am-2pm. Classes start November 2 and go to January 11. For all other questions and concerns call Casey M. at (773) 784-2900 ext. 125.Health Update:

Free Flu Shots
Getting a flu vaccine every year is the best way to protect yourself and your family from the flu and its potentially serious complications. The Center for Disease Control recommends that everyone 6 months and older get vaccinated by the end of October. The office of the 48th ward will be holding a free flu vaccination clinic on October 30th from 10-2 p.m. 5533 N. Broadway.

What’s Happening at the Libraries

Return your overdue library books without penalty
Chicago Public Library has gone fine free! Now, all existing overdue debt has been cleared and the library will no longer charge late fees on most items. For details about the new policy, check out the website.

Edgewater Events:

It’s National Friends of the Library Week Oct. 20-26! Consider joining Friends of the Edgewater Library ($10/yr.); your dues support the library with programs and materials that benefit the community. Membership forms are located on the website and in the Edgewater Library, 6000 N. Broadway. 

In recognition of Friends of the Edgewater Library, show your library card or CityKey ID and receive a 10% discount at Edge of Sweetness, 6034 N. Broadway, during the entire month of October!  The cafe and bakery offers sandwiches, beverages and desserts; the discount doesn’t include custom cakes or cookies.

“The Leopold and Loeb Files: An Intimate Look at One of America’s Most Infamous Crimes”
Thursday, Oct. 24

6-7:30 p.m.Friends of the Edgewater Library presents author Nina Barrett for a talk about the 1924 murder of 14-year-old Bobby Franks in Chicago. She’ll discuss how the case involved social class, criminal psychology, morality and justice and why these issues remain relevant today. Copies of her book may be purchased and autographed. Location: Edgewater Branch Library, 6000 N. Broadway, second floor.

“It Takes a Child to Raise a Parent: Stories of Evolving Child and Parent Development”
Saturday, Oct. 26

1:30-2:30 p.m.

Author Janis Johnston offers an exploration of how our own childhood memories and needs influence and shape our parenting decisions. She’ll offer tips, stories and exercises to help parents face parenting challenges and explore ways of understanding ourselves, our children and family interactions. Copies of her book will be available for sale. This Friends of the Edgewater Library program will be held at the Edgewater Library.

Bezazian Events:

Horror Film Double Feature: Phantasm and Bubba Hotep with Live DJ

Saturday, October 12
12:30pm
Click here for more information

Chicagoland Shorts Volume 5: Avant Garde and Experimental Films by Chicago Artists
Wednesday, October 16
6:30pm
Click here for more information

Storytime: Ages 0-5
Thursdays, October 17 & 24
10:30am
Click here for more information

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

Andersonville is hiring!
Did you know that there is a job portal on the Andersonville Chamber of Commerce website? If you’re looking for a job or looking to hire, please check out the listings page here.

Office of State Rep. Kelly Cassidy – Part Time Position available
The district office of State Representative Kelly Cassidy is seeking an energetic, self-starter to join our team as Outreach Coordinator/Constituent Advocate in our Chicago District Office. Under the guidance of the Chief of Staff to create, implement and manage all outreach programs and community events as well as assist in constituent casework. Click here for full job description.

CTA Job Fair
Saturday, October 12
9am-12pm
CTA Headquarters, 567 W. Lake
Click here for more information


The CTA will host a Bus Mechanic & Part-Time Bus Operator Job Fair on Saturday, October 12 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm at CTA Headquarters. While we encourage attendees to apply online ahead of time, those who do not can attend an application workshop, where CTA staff will be available to assist attendees with the online application. Information tables, & workshops, will be available to attendees, covering topics such as salary & benefits, career progression, & the employee experience. Applicants who attend the fair will be given priority in the application process as long as they successfully complete each step: application, testing, abstract, pre-employment background check and medical exam, and CLP/CDL. 

3rd Annual Healthcare Job Fair
Tuesday, November 5
10am-1pm
Malcolm X College, 1900 W Jackson
Click here for more information

The Chicago Healthcare Sector Center is pleased to invite all Healthcare employers and job seekers to participate in our 3rd Annual Healthcare Fall Job Fair to take place at Malcom X College (Conference Room)on Tuesday, November 5th from 10am to 1pm. 

Participation in this large scale event is free of charge for employers and job seekers. Complimentary parking will be offered as well.

***Registration is required in order to participate in this event***

The date of this large scale hiring event is approaching soon and capacity is very limited, so we strongly encourage employers and job seekers to register as soon as possible by clicking on the links below:
 
Job seeker registration link:                            Employer registration link:
https://conta.cc/30x61Y7                                     conta.cc/2kAHJ0x

Recommendations:

Professional attire is required to attend this event. Please refer your candidates to Dress for Success if needed.

It is highly recommended that job seekers bring many copies of their updated resumes. On-site resume printing will be limited.

A valid picture ID may be required by security during the event, so please prepare accordingly.

Sciences Career Fair and Symposium
Tuesday, October 29, 1-4pm
UIC Illinois Room, 750 S. Halsted

American’s Urban Campus (AUC) is proud to present a career fair and symposium for Chicago-area college undergraduate and graduate students majoring in the life, physical, and social sciences*.  This fair will be open to students from 13 Chicago-area universities**.Employers are encouraged to attend if they are seeking to recruit for positions and majors related to the life, physical and social sciences including  pharma/biotech, market research, data science, and contract research (i.e., regulatory medical writing, government, museums/foundations.For questions and to register, visit: go.uic.edu/scienceRegister at https://vcsaonline.uic.edu/careerfair/    *Sample life, physical, and social sciences majors include:  biology, chemistry, physics, math, microbiology, psychology, sociology, political science, linguistics, economics, and applied health sciences.**Participating universities are the following: University of Illinois at Chicago, Northwestern University, DePaul University, University of Chicago,  Illinois Institute of Technology, Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago State University, Roosevelt University, Robert Morris University, Rush University, National Louis University, Loyola University Chicago, and The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.

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

Circles and Ciphers Events

Circles & Ciphers is a hip-hop infused restorative justice organization led by and for young people who are impacted by violence. Click here to learn more.

Peirce Parents Night Out
Friday, October 11 6-9pm
Childcare drop-off at Peirce School
Dinner at Oda Mediterranean Restaurant, 5657 N. Clark

Please join us for Parents Night Out, October 11th from 6-9 p.m. at Peirce. If weather permits, we are attempting an outdoor movie night! There will be plenty of activities and fun indoors as well. Drop off your kids at Peirce and enjoy some adult time in Andersonville! This fundraiser is powered by Peirce Middle Schoolers as their way of giving back to the school and raising money for field trip programs Peirce-family owned restaurant Oda Mediterranean Restaurant is kindly offering a free glass of Prosecco or hummus appetizer for all Peirce parents this Friday. Reservations recommended and please mention Peirce.

Baby & Me Dance Class
Thursdays, 10:00-10:45am
Gus Giordano Dance School, 5230 N. Clark
Click here for more information

This class is for you & your little one! Parent or caregiver & child 12 to 24 months (as of 9/1/19). Have fun with music, movement, and instruments! Encourage motor skill development and musicality. 45 minute classes, 6 week sessions. Begins 10/24! 

Demise of Dinosaurs: Rise of Hominoid Life
Monday, Oct. 21, 12:30-1:30 p.m.

Edgewater Senior Satellite Center, 5917 N. Broadway

Join Edgewater Village Chicago for a free presentation about why the once-dominant dinosaurs no longer walk the earth and how their demise allowed other species to develop.Construction Activity Notices – CTA RPM Utility Relocation WorkCable Pulling & Service Transfers – 1109-1117 W. Bryn Mawr & 5530-5700 N. Winthrop (9/23-11/1) — Click for detailsUnderground Utility Work – 1100-1134 W. Argyle (10/1-11/9) — Click for detailsComEd Underground Utility Work – 1113 -1117 W Lawrence Avenue (10/14-10/26) — Click for detailsMulti-Utility Cable Pulling, Service Transfers and Associated Work – The alley west of 5336 – 5526 N. Winthrop Avenue (10/14-11/29) — Click for details​​AT&T/RCN/Comcast Utility Work – ​The alley west of 5700 – 5812 N. Winthrop Avenue (10/14-11/29) — Click for detailsCTA RPM Project UpdateCTA continues to make progress on the advance work we need to complete before we begin major construction on the Red and Purple Modernization (RPM) Phase One Project. The work we’re doing includes relocating utility lines and equipment to make room for new track structure that will be built as part of RPM. Last month, CTA held public meetings about the project’s progress and the timeline for construction of the new Lawrence, Argyle, Berwyn and Bryn Mawr. That information, including Q&As from the meetings, can be found at transitchicago.com/RPM. Below is the weekly utility and demolition update for the LBMM project area:Alleys east of and parallel to the CTA Red/Purple Line between Leland and Foster and at all cross streets from Leland to Foster:Argyle:  ComEd completed underground duct bank installation in the west alley north of Argyle.Winona:  ComEd made cable connections in the manhole on W. Winona St.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:  Made cable connections in the manhole on W. Berwyn Ave.Berwyn:  ComEd pulled cable into the east alley north of W. Berwyn Ave.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:Bryn Mawr:  ComEd completed service transfers south of W. Bryn Mawr.Bryn Mawr:  ComEd performed a line cut in the manhole on W. Bryn Mawr.Catalpa:  ComEd completed curb restoration at 1122 W. Catalpa.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:  ComEd continued replacing poles in the east alley south of Hollywood.Ardmore:  RCN/Comcast began pulling innerduct in the east alley south of Ardmore.

Intercambio: A Language Exchange
Monday, October 7 & 14
6:00-8:00pm
Helix Cafe, 6237 N. Clark
Click here for more information

Uptown Church Fall Festival 
Saturday, October 12
11am – 3pm
Uplift Community High School, 900 W. Wilson
Click here for more information

U.S. Citizenship Workshop
October 12 & November 23
10am-2pm
Irish American Heritage Center, 4626 N. Knox, Suite #306
Click here for more information

Twidley Bits Pop-Up
Wednesday, October 16
4:00-7:00pm
Helix Cafe, 6237 N. Clark
Click here for more information

Concerts at Unity Church – Flute & Piano
Friday, October 18
7:30pm
Unity Lutheran Church & Community Center, 1212 W. Balmoral
Click here for more information

Steady Baked Comedy Show Volume 5
Friday, October 18
9:30pm
Uptown Cafe and Gallery, 5010 N. Sheridan
Click here for more information

Chicago’s Best Baker
Saturday, October 19
2pm
Wilson Abbey, 935 W. Wilson
Click here for more information

Volunteer Appreciation
Sunday, October 20
12:30-2:30pm
Fat Cat Bar & Restaurant, 4840 N. Broadway
Click here for more information

Poetry and Prose
Monday, October 21
7:30-9:30pm
Cafe Helix, 6237 N. Clark
Click here for more information

A Night at the Carnivale
Thursday, October 24
6-9pm
Galleria Marchetti, 825 W. Erie
Click here for more informationSee the full calendar of arts events by clicking here.

CALL TO ARTISTS for Illinois Revisited
Enter by Monday, September 23
October 18 – December 1
Berger Park, Gunder Mansion, 6219 N Sheridan 
Click here for more information

Equivocation
Produced by Idle Muse Theatre Co.
September 23 – October 20
Edge Off Broadway, 1133 W. Catalpa
Click here for more information

EQUUS
Produced by AstonRep Theatre Company
September 27 – October 27
The Edge Theater, 5451 N. Broadway
Click here for more information

Sundown, Yellow Moon
Produced by Raven Theatre
October 3 – November 17
Raven Theatre, 6157 N. Clark
Click here for more information

Mosquitoes
Produced by Steep Theatre
October 4 – November 9
Steep Theatre, 1115 W. Berwyn
Click here for more information

Information Wants to Be Free & So Do We
Friday, October 4
7-9pm
6018 | North, 6018 N. Kenmore
Click here for more information

Black Women Remembering Toni Morrison & Ourselves
Saturday, October 5
12:00-3:00pm
6018 | North, 6018 N. Kenmore
Click here for more information

Jean Sousa: Film Poems and 16MM Shorts
Saturday, October 5
7:00pm
Chicago Filmmakers, 5720 N. Ridge
Click here for more information

THAT’S WEIRD, GRANDMA: Goes Trick or Treating
Produced by Barrel of Monkeys
October 6 – November 3
Neo-Futurist Theater, 5153 N. Ashland
Click here for more information

Sanctuary Sunday – Brunch and Reiki Workshop
Sunday, October 6
12-2pm
6018 | North, 6018 N. Kenmore
Click here for more information

The Gate: The Dawn of the Baha’i Faith
Thursday, October 10
5:00-8:00pm
Schreiber Center, 16 E. Pearson, Room 908
Click here for more information

Ginger
Saturday, October 12
7:00pm
Chicago Filmmakers, 5720 N. Ridge
Click here for more information

Keely & Du
Produced by Redtwist Theatre
October 14 – November 10
Redtwist Theatre, 1044 W. Bryn Mawr
Click here for more information

The Bengsons: A Benefit Concert
Wednesday, October 16
6:30pm
Raven Theatre, 6157 N. Clark St.
Click here for more information

The Area
Saturday, October 19
7:00pm
Chicago Filmmakers, 5720 N. Ridge
Click here for more information

Laura and the Sea
Produced by Rivendell Theatre
October 25 – December 8
Rivendell Theatre, 5775 N. Ridge
Click here for more information48th Ward Alderman Harry Osterman
Ward Office                                                           City Hall Office
5533 N. Broadway,                                                121 N. LaSalle Room 300,
Chicago, IL 60640                                                  Chicago, IL 60602
773-784-5277                                                         312-744-6860
Office hours: Monday-Friday 9 am – 5 pm;
Evening hours available by appointment
www.48thward.org
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