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Sat., Oct 22, 10 am-2 pm,Salvation Army Harbor Light Corps Community Center, 825 N. Christiana. Renters and landlords are invited to attend the 13th Annual Rents Rights Expo. Learn about...This article has 42 other Chicago locations (Show)
...4 to 7 pm on Tuesday, October 18, at the Chicago Cultural Center located at 78 E. Washington Street. Space is limited, so make sure to RSVP today...
For the fifth year, the Filament Theatre, 4041 N. Milwaukee, will kick off the holiday season with the beloved tradition of The Filament Holiday Special...
...of the stars at the Grace Street entrance at the Irving Park United Methodist Church, 3801 N. Keeler. If you want to ensure someone is available to collect your donation, they can be...
Donations can also be dropped off at the ward office, located at 4754 N. Milwaukee, during business hours. The office hours are from 9 am to 6 pm Monday thru Thursday, 9 am to 4 pm Friday, and 10 am to 2 pm on Saturday.
3401 W. Foster, open Monday through Friday from 11 am to 6 pm and on Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm;
6100 W. Irving Park, open on Monday and Wednesday from noon to 7 pm, on Tuesday and Thursday from 10 am to 5 pm, and on Friday and Saturdayfrom 9 am to 4 pm; and
3160 N. Milwaukee, open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm and on Saturday from 9 am to 3 pm.
As of Monday, October 10 through Sunday, October 23, people interested in voting early will need to do so at 15 W. Washington. Voters can cast their ballot at this location Monday through Saturday from 9 am to 5 pm and on Sundays from 10 am to 4 pm.
Starting on Monday, October 24 through Monday, November 7, early voting will be available at 15 W. Washington as well as at 50 ward sites. Early voting for the 45th Ward is at the 16th District Police Station, 5151 N. Milwaukee.
From 9 am to 5 pm on October 15 at Carl Schurz High School, 3601 N. Milwaukee;
From 9 am to 4 pm on October 15 and October 16 at the Jefferson Masonic Temple, 5418 W. Gale;
From 9 am to 4 pm on October 15, and from 9 am to 3 pm on October 15 at the Michell Kobelinski Theater at the Copernicus Center, 5216 W. Lawrence;
From 11 am to 5 pm on October 15 at the Muslim Community Center, 4380 N. Elston;
From 9 am to 4 pm on October 15 at Our Lady of Victory Church, 5212 W. Agatite;
From 10 am to 4 pm on October 15, and from 11 am to 4 pm on October 16 at the Portage Theater, 4050 N. Milwaukee.
Carlson Community Services is holding its annual trivia night on Saturday, October 15. The event will take place from 7 to 10 pm in the gymnasium at the Irving Park Lutheran Church, 4057 N. Harding.
Hitch Elementary School, 5625 N. McVicker, is raising money to better serve their native Spanish speaking students.
September 29 through November 20, The Gift Theatre, 4802 N. Milwaukee, will feature A Life Extra Ordinary.
Sat., Oct 15, 9 am-3 pm, St. Bartholomew Catholic Church, 4950 W. Addison. 30 vendors will be selling homemade and manufactured products during the Annual Craft Fair. Cash prizes and giveaways. Vendor space available. More info:email organizers. Free.
Sat., Oct 15, 9 am-6 pm,Eden United Church of Christ, 5051 W. Gunnison. Take a tour of the church’s sanctuary, gym, and meeting rooms. This will be the same day Open House Chicago tours the nearby Copernicus Center. More info:online or call 773-283-5557.Free.
Sat., Oct 15, 7:30 pm,Kernaghan Hall in St. Robert Bellarmine, 4646 N. Austin.Support the SRB Parents’ Association during a Bingo Blast event. Doors open at 6 pm. 21 and older. $20 pays for ALL 14 games. 12 cards each game.
Mon., Oct 17, 7-8 pm, 17th Police District Community Room, 4650 N. Pulaski. Learn what resources are in your neighborhood, learn about crime in your area and prevention...
Tues., Oct 18, 7 pm, Latvian Community Center, 4146 N. Elston. Join neighbors for theWest Walker Civic Association General Meeting. Free.
Wed., Oct 19, 3-4:30 pm, City Hall, 121 N. LaSalle, Room 805.Learn how to create messages with impact during aCompelling Communications – Master your Message seminar.Free.
Wed., Oct 19, 6:30-8 pm, Branch Community Church, 6125 W. Foster. Boys and girls attending kindergarten through 5th grade are welcome to joinAWANA Clubs every Wednesday. Free.
Wed., Oct 19, 7 pm,Independence Park, 3945 N. Springfield. Join community members for the Independence Park Advisory Council’s monthly meeting. Free.
Thur., Oct 20, 5:15-8 pm,Harry’s on Elston, 5943 N. Elston. Meet friendly neighbors and enjoy some great pizza and beverages during Gladstone Park Neighborhood Association’s Thirsty Third Thursdays. Free.
Thur., Oct 20, 7 pm, Fannie’s Bakery, 5044 W. Montrose.Meet neighbors and get involved in the community during the Jefferson Park Forward monthly meeting. Agenda and more info online.Free.
Thur., Oct 20, 7-10 pm, St. Viator Recreation Center, 2nd Floor, 3644 N. Kedvale. Get in the Halloween spirit during St. Viatior’s Stairway to Insanity Haunted House. Intended for PG audiences. $10.
Sat., Oct 22, 1-3 pm, Roberts Square Park, 5200 W. Argyle.Pets and families (with or without costumes) are invited to attend Halloween Fest. Some snacks for all will be provided. Sponsored by the Roberts Square Advisory Council. Free.
Sat., Oct 22, 2 pm, Irving Park Lutheran Church, Victory Hall, 3938 W. Belle Plaine. The Independence Branch Library is hosting a Scary Stories and Spooky Stuff Halloween Party. Ages four and up. More info:online. Free.
Sat., Oct 22, 10 am-4 pm, St. John’s Episcopal Church, 3857 N. Kostner. Local fair features crafts and merchandise handmade by local artisans during the 3rd annual Maker...
Sun., Oct 23, 9:30 am-1:30 pm, Jefferson Memorial Park, 4822 N. Long. Support locally grown food and other local vendors during the Jefferson Park Sunday Market. Free.
Tues., Oct 25, 7 pm, Rosedale Park, 6312 W. Rosedale. Meet neighbors and get involved in the community during theGladstone Park Neighborhood Association monthly meeting.Free.
Wed., Oct 26, 7 pm, Basement Auditorium of Congregational Church, 5320 W. Giddings. Join neighbors for the monthlyJefferson Park Neighborhood Association meeting. Irene Flebbe from the Forest Preserves of Cook County will be the guest speaker. She will discuss how to winterize your garden. Free.
Wed., Oct 26, 7 pm, Portage Park Senior Center, 4100 N. Long. Learn what you can do about crime during the 1624 beat CAPS meeting. Find your beat at the 16th district beat map. More info: 312-742-4521. Free.
Thur., Oct 27, 7 pm, St. Bartholomew Church, Kreuger Hall, 4910 W. Addison. Learn what you can do about crime during the 1634 beat CAPS meeting. Find your beat at the16th district beat map. More info: 312-742-4521. Free.
Fri., Oct 28, 10 am-2 pm,Central Plaza Residential Home, 321 N. Central. Are you looking for a new job? Central Plaza Home is hosting their 3rd annual...
Wed., Nov 9, 7 pm, Athletic Park, 3546 W. Addison. Learn what you can do about crime during the 1732-1733 Beat CAPS meeting. Find your beat at 17th district beat map. More info: 312-742-4588. Free.
Tues., Nov 15, 5:30-8:30 pm,Lagunitas Brewing Company, 2607 W. 17th Street. The Chicago Police Memorial Foundation hosts theirOperation Santa Fundraiser. This will allow the CPMF to...
Sat., Nov 19, 4-7 pm,Independence Tap, 3932 W. Irving Park. GIPNA is hosting itsfourth annual Wine & Cheese Party. Wine, beer, food, raffles, auctions, and neighbors...
Tues., Nov 29, 7 pm, Kilbourn Park, 3501 N. Kilbourn. Learn what you can do about crime during the 1731 Beat CAPS meeting. Find your beat at 17th district beat map. More info: 312-742-4588. Free.
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CARF: The Critical Animal Relief Foundation is hosting our monthly cat and kitten adoption event THIS Saturday, December 10th at Village West Veterinary, 840 N. Western from 3:30pm to 6pm. We'll have a bunch of cats and kittens that are looking for their forever homes. All of our cats and kittens are rescues either from the streets of Chicago or Chicago Animal Care and Control. We have everything from eight week old kittens to adult cats, senior cats, and several special needs kitties and bonded pairs! Please feel free to email for more info or see our event on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/events/1111180092328456/
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One example is La Casa Norte’s project at 3531-33 W. North Ave. The new facility is slated to include 25 affordable apartments with supportive services for homeless...This article has 2 other Chicago locations (Show)
...its experience and comfort with complex public/private partnerships. For the new Mariano’s at 39th and King Drive, CNI had worked for years with the City of Chicago and the Chicago Housing Authority...
...new developments. One of the biggest is converting Lawson House, a 22-story SRO at 30 W. Chicago Ave. formerly run by the YMCA, into more than 430 units of supportive housing. The Lawson...
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The CAPS Beat 1422 meeting will be held this Thursday, December 8Th at "The Habitat" housing office, located at 1402 N. Kedzie.
There will be a potluck beginning at 630PM, followed by the normal meeting at 7PM.
Please come early, and bring a dish to share with your neighbors and our brave Men and Women of the 14th Police District.
Beat 1422 is roughly the area bounded by Kedzie, Division, Central Park and Armitage. Residents wishing to participate in crime-stopping that live outside of those boundaries are welcome too.
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I found two keys on a plain metal ring in Humboldt Park this morning. They were on the path near the Boathouse Cafe. One looked like it could be a car key, and the other looked like a house key. If this sounds familiar, I left them with the staff at the Boathouse Cafe and they are keeping them behind the register.
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Sean accomplished so much in his short life. Along with Riot Fest, he was a successful businessman. He created many jobs for people in Humboldt Park and our neighbors. Such a positive influence who gave back to his community, the less fortunate, friends, and neighbors. Good man. RIP in rockstar heaven.
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I was watching the news the other day. A Republican and a Democrat were making their points on the topic of voting for forcing politicians to spend transportation tax dollars on transportation projects only. Not surprising to me, the Democrat was against this law, stating in case of emergency's, the money might be needed elsewhere. It was disputed that over the last few years, over SIX BILLION DOLLARS were taken out of the transportation budget and spent on other issues....
I was watching the news the other day. A Republican and a Democrat were making their points on the topic of voting for forcing politicians to spend transportation tax dollars on transportation projects only. Not surprising to me, the Democrat was against this law, stating in case of emergency's, the money might be needed elsewhere. It was disputed that over the last few years, over SIX BILLION DOLLARS were taken out of the transportation budget and spent on other issues. I assume it was spent on other political pork belly projects. It is a sorry state we live in where we have to vote in laws to force our politicians to spend our tax dollars on only the what we were taxed for. Now think, transportation taxes only spent on transportation bills, WHAT A NOVEL CONCEPT!!!!!! Illinois roads are the worst in the country and it is our fault! We got what we voted for! Now this election, let's vote for what we need to keep our state moving. Even if you disagree with me, we all need to vote for what we believe is right. IF YOU DON'T VOTE, YOU ARE PART OF THE PROBLEM!!!