The committee will meet to report on ongoing matters and consider new business. Written public comment may be submitted to email@example.com until 3PM on November 8. Information on online attendance, and the agenda (when it is finalized) can be found on the City Clerk's website.
The committee will meet to report on ongoing matters and consider new business. Written public comment may be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org until noon on November 1. Information on online attendance, and the agenda (when it is finalized) can be found on the City Clerk's website.
The committees will meet jointly to report on ongoing matters and discuss new business. Information on online attendance as well as the agenda (when it is finalized) can be found on th City Clerk's website. Written public comment will be accepted at Nicole.Wellhausen@cityofchicago.org until 10AM on November 5.
The committee will meet to report on ongoing matters and consider new business. Writen public comment will be accepted at Committeeonthebudgetandgovernmentoperations@cityofchicago.org until 10AM on November 9. Information about online attendance, and the agenda (when it is finalized) can be found on the City Clerk's website.
Gallery Guichard, located on the first floor of the Bronzeville Artist Lofts, prides itself as being a safe haven for fine-art enthusiasts looking to immerse themselves in rich culture that touches the soul. Led by gallery owners and artists Andre and Frances Guichard, the gallery’s mission is to expose patrons to multicultural artists specializing in the African Diaspora. Now with One Two Pru, Gallery Guichard seeks to create an even larger platform for underrepresented artists and introduce them to a host of potential collectors.
Free after-school meals will be provided by the Greater Chicago Food Depository for kids and teens. Meals must be eaten on site.
On November 12, classes will be cancelled and CPS's Youth and Family COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics will operate between 9am and 4pm, giving vaccines to children aged 5-11 years. The South Side locations where CPS will offer vaccines are Richards High School and Chicago Vocational.
The Los Angeles-based band has amassed a fanbase in Chicago, and as an extension of the Frida Festival that took place in Pilsen last weekend, the Mexican-American band will be performing at Joe's Bar. The group plays a blend of cumbia, bossa nova, Latin rock and boleros. Must be twenty-one or older.
The Chicago Audubon Society invites all to enjoy birdwatching at McKinley Park. With over seven acres of native plantings, the park is a fruitful oasis for currently migrating and resident birds alike, such as goldfinches, waxings, catbirds, flycatchers and more. Wearing a mask and maintaining a social distance of six feet is mandatory. All are welcome to bring their own binoculars, but extras will be available.
Embrace your inner artist so your true colors can show! No matter if you are a beginner or a seasoned creative, you will walk away with a masterpiece of your own making. Experience the "Maker" movement: Children are planning, modeling and creating things from their own ideas using a variety of objects and mediums. Students are free to bring their imagination to life. Children get to do three activities in one class.
The committee will meet remotely to consider financing of the Chicago Lighthouse Residences, a multi-family affordable housing development on the Near West Side. Written comments will be accepted at Owen.Brugh@cityofchicago.org until 3:00PM on November 12. Commenters may also call in on the day of the meeting to 1-833-548-0282.
The committee will meet remotely. Public comment may be submitted to email@example.com or to firstname.lastname@example.org until 2:00PM on November 15. Instructions on remote attendance and a meeting agenda will be posted on the City Clerk's website.
The committee will hold the third of three public hearings on the City's 2021 redistricting process, which will redraw ward maps. The window for written public comment for the hearings closed on November 8. Instructions for remote attendance will be posted on the City Clerk's website.
The committee will meet to discuss proposed zoning changes and applications for planned developments. Questions may be sent to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. The agenda and instructions for participation in public comment will be posted on the City Clerk's website.
Mike Amezcua, assistant professor of history at George Washington University and the author of the upcoming book Making Mexican Chicago, will take part in an in-person and livestreamed conversation. He will speak to how working-class Chicago neighborhoods like Pilsen and La Villita became sites of upheaval and renewal after WWII as Mexican immigrants and Mexican Americans attempted to build new communities in the face of white resistance and racial capitalism that cast them as perpetual aliens. Register online.
Advanced registration for speakers opens on Monday, November 15 at 10:30am. You can register at www.cpsboe.org or by phone at (773) 553-1600. Speakers will have the option to participate in person or virtually via an electronic platform. The public will have access to the meeting via live stream at cpsboe.org
The committee will meet remotely. Written public comment may be sent to Committeeonpublicsafety@cityofchicago.org until 12PM on November 18. Instructions for attendance and the meeting agenda will be posted on the City Clerk's website.
Join the Hyde Park Art Center for a hybrid in-person/virtual collaborative performance led by Jamaican artist Yasmin Spiro. Dawtas│Mirror, Mirror brings together dancers, performers, and sound artists performing with and within Dawtas-a series of sculptures the artist has been creating for over fifteen years. The performance will be forty minutes long, followed by an open reggae dance session. Register online.
Pilsen Food Pantry invites the community, friends, and local musicians to its Thanksgiving fundraiser. There will be food, drinks, live music, games, raffles and more! There is a $10 suggested donation ($5 for musicians and free for pantry volunteers). All ages are welcome.
Speak Your Peace Live is a special event curated by Fourtunehouse, a creative company founded by young artists from the South Side. The event will feature live music, and headlining performers including Kai Crewsade and Senite, an interactive art installation, and DJ sets by Jay Ziah and DJ Stimmy. The event is sponsored by Jon Basil Tequila. Tickets will be available via Fourtunehouse's instagram.