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Click Here: “Financial, Health, & Safety Action Plans” Southeast Side Community Bulletin Board with Activities, Events, Resources, Services, & Workshops Flyer’s Album From March 1st-31st 2020

 

 

Info Shared by Tonya Love Trice (Reclaiming South Shore for All) South Shore Chamber Membership Meeting via Webinar
Resources Available for Small Businesses
The South Shore Chamber is working to keep our community up to date on the vital resources available to business owners in response to COVID-19. Join us for a very informative webinar on Monday, March 30th at 8:30 am to learn what you may qualify for. Ibie Hart, of the Illinois Dept of Commerce and Economic Opportunity, will discuss funding available through the State and Brad McConnell of Accion will discuss city resources and an emergency line of credit available through Accion.
South Shore Chamber of Commerce is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Funding Resources in Response to Covid-19
Time: Mar 30, 2020, 08:30 AM Central Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/866916246 

Meeting ID: 866 916 246
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For more information email us info@southshorechamberinc.org or call 773-955-9508.

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Info Shared by Alderman Harris, 8th Ward:

UPCOMING WEBINAR:
WHAT THE STIMULUS PACKAGE MEANS FOR SMALL BUSINESSES & NONPROFITS TUESDAY, March 31 at 1pm 

https://mailchi.mp/americanbic/webinar-smallbiz-nonprofit-relief?fbclid=IwAR2ZL1Tjxg0VaPDrWwNt-1qlG9DUOBRw6EBCAM9kk_nEF9WSVID-SXpX8Qs

 

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President Preckwinkle Unveils Economic Relief Package for Cook County Residents and Businesses
https://www.cookcountyil.gov/news/president-preckwinkle-unveils-economic-relief-package-cook-county-residents-and-businesses

 

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How is the coronavirus impacting businesses and residents in Chicago’s South Shore neighborhood?

Ald. Leslie Hairston represents Chicago’s 5th Ward, which includes much of Hyde Park and Woodlawn, and sections of South Shore.

Starting last week, Hairston has canceled or postponed all ward meetings, and closed her office indefinitely to minimize risk of coronavirus infection to staff and residents.

Hairston joins “Chicago Tonight” to talk about best practices and city policy surrounding COVID-19.

 

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Info Shared by Maria Stones, Chicago Park District

Info Shared by South Shore Chambers Inc.:

How to apply for unemployment benefits if you are out of work during Illinois’ COVID-19 shutdown by Sun-Times

Workers laid off temporarily — and even parents caring for children home from school — can qualify for unemployment benefits under the state’s recently adopted emergency rules.

With applications by state residents for unemployment insurance surging in recent days, the Illinois Department of Employment Security announced emergency rules Monday for who can qualify for benefits during the coronavirus pandemic.

Tens of thousands of workers across Illinois have been temporarily out of work since the outbreak began forcing businesses to close. Last week, Gov. J.B. Pritzker ordered all bars and restaurants to stop serving dine-in customers, and on Saturday, he issued a stay-at-home order leaving just “essential” businesses in operation.

The result is countless people are now out of work and being forced into the state’s unemployment system. Illinois alone saw more than 64,000 new claims for unemployment benefits from March 16-18.

To handle this massive influx of new applications, IDES announced it recently adopted emergency rules for who qualifies for unemployment insurance.

Unemployment insurance (UI) basics

In normal times, UI provides temporary income via federal funds to Illinois residents who are unemployed but able, available and actively seeking work each week.

The amount residents can receive depends on their usual pay rate with benefits ranging from $51 to $580 per week. Those approved can receive up to 26 weeks of benefits in a 12-month period.

The new emergency rules adopted during the coronavirus pandemic open up UI to a much larger group of workers. This means many people who wouldn’t typically qualify for UI can get benefits during the state of emergency.

Workers temporarily laid off due to COVID-19 can get UI

Illinois residents who are temporarily out of work because their employer has closed due to the coronavirus can qualify for UI if they meet all the other basic requirements.

The state isn’t expecting anyone to go out looking for a new job during a stay-at-home order: as long as applicants are prepared to return to their job as soon as the employer reopens, they’ll be considered to be actively seeking work and will qualify.

Under emergency rules, these workers will not have to register with the employment service.

Workers who quit due to COVID-19 fears cannot get UI

Unlike Illinois residents who are temporarily laid off by their employers’ closure, workers who voluntarily leave their job over concerns of the coronavirus will not be eligible for UI. The agency says “an individual generally has a duty to make a reasonable effort to work with his or her employer to resolve whatever issues have caused the individual to consider quitting.”

Parents who leave work due to a child’s school closure can get UI

With all Illinois schools closed through at least April 7, and Chicago Public schools through April 20, parents who voluntarily leave work to care for their child can qualify for UI because they “could be considered as unemployed through no fault of” their own.

You must still meet all of the other standard requirements, and unlike workers temporarily laid off due to COVID-19, parents who voluntarily leave work must be registered with the employment service.

Anyone who’s already exhausted UI rights will not receive additional benefits

Illinois residents who have already received the full 26 weeks’ worth of benefits within the last 12 months will not be eligible for additional UI under the emergency rules.

Here’s how to apply for UI

You can call the Illinois Department of Economic Services at 800-244-5631 or 866-488-4016 (TTY), but even the governor admits the lines have been very busy so he recommends filing your claim via the IDES website. Do not go in person: As of March 19, IDES offices are closed to the public until further notice.

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Info Shared by South Shore Chambers Inc.

#eatlocal
#southshore
During these challenging times, the South Shore Chamber would like to encourage you to support local restaurants that have been impacted by COVOD-19.   The state-mandated closures have forced many to cut their hours and even layoff staff.  Let’s come together and “eat local” or show your support however you can.   The restaurants listed below are offering curbside service, carry-out, and delivery service.
Slab Bar-B-Que |1918 E. 71st Street | 773-966-5018 | In House Delivery | UberEats | GrubHub
Surf’s Up | 2236 E. 71st Street | 773-891-5544 | UberEats | Postmates
Gimme Some Sugah Bakery | 2234 E. 71st Street | 773-363-9330 | DoorDash
Ta’ Golazo Mexican Restaurant | 2247 E. 71st Street | 773-675-4457 | DoorDash
South Shore Brew | 7101 S. Yates | 773-437-3906 | DoorDash
Royal Caribbean Jerk | 2134 E. 71st| 773-363-6855 | Uber Eats | GrubHub | DoorDash
Jeffery Sub | 2020 E. 71st Street | 773-288-0202
24 Hour Gyros and Subs | 2058 E. 71st Street | 773-917-1046 | GrubHub
Italian Fiesta | 1919 E. 71st Street | 773-684-2222 | In House Delivery
Taste of Chicago | 1912 E. 71st Street | 773-363-3338 | Uber Eats | Postmates |Slice
Majani Vegan Soul Food | 7167 S. Exchange | 773-359-4019 | GrubHub | Uber Eats
Chef Sarah’s Café | 7201 S. Exchange | 773-359-4637 | Doordash | Postmates
The Quarry | 2423 E. 75th | 312-259-1143
Harold’s Chicken | 7348 S. Stony Island | 773-288-1200 | Ubereats
The Foodie’s Spot |7350 S. Stony Island | 73-420-3948 | Doordash
L&G Restaurant | 2632 E. 75th | 773-374-3098 | Doordash
South Shore BBQ & Jerk | 7114 S YATES BLVD | 773-855-8383
AP Deli |1759 E. 75th Street | 773-288-4931 | Doordash | Ubereats
Wings & Fins | 1751 E. 75th Street | 773-256-0800 | Doordash
Jamaican Tropical Cuisines | 2200 East 79th Street | 773-375-1080 | Doordash
Shark’s Fish and Chicken |1734 East 71st Street | 773-952-7749 | Doordash
J &. J Fish And Chicken | 6814 S. Stony Island | 773-667-6617 | Doordash | Grubhub
Red Rooster Restaurant | 2101 East 71st street | 773-493-7777 | GrubHub | Seamless
Thank you for supporting our local restaurants.

 

 

Eddie Luna

WE ARE OPEN🚨🚨🚨CARRY-OUT & DELIVERY🚨

Posted by Eddie Luna on Friday, March 27, 2020

13343 s Baltimore ave
773-646-4015 Call and place your order.

Cuaresma/Lent Menu

* Caldo de camarón
* Fajitas de camarón
* Camarones a la diabla
* Camarones al mojo de ajo
* Jumbo shrimp dinner
* Shrimp basket
* Tilapia Dinner
* Tacos de camarón
* Tortitas de camarón con nopales
* Chile Relleno Dinner
* Capirotada
*shrimp basket sandwich meal

 

ABOUT THE ILLINOIS COVID-19 RESPONSE FUND

 

 

Info Shared by Parents of Extraordinary Children Support Group-Southeast

 

Lightfoot is set to address the city about the COVID-19 outbreak at 5 p.m. Thursday, March 19, 2020.

City of Chicago Prepares for Closure of all K-12 Schools, as Mandated by the State of Illinois


Following Governor Pritzker’s mandate, all schools in the City and the State will be closed from March 17 until March 31 due to COVID-19
https://www.cps.edu/News/Press_releases/Pages/PR1_03_13_2020.aspx

 

 

Click to View Live Coverage by Fox News:

https://www.fox32chicago.com/news/illinois-shuts-down-all-schools-in-the-state-because-of-coronavirus?fbclid=IwAR1_elT4mJPIpvwxisxulI8qtPwaR-ZrDYHBLBvXUIZ4Vlf5v0GttCnGDwA

 

By ABC News

https://abc7chicago.com/health/all-illinois-schools-to-close-as-covid-19-cases-reach-46/6009278/

 

 

Pritzker Recommends Ban on Gatherings of 250 People or More Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

The update came during the state’s daily coronavirus press briefing by NBC News

https://www.nbcchicago.com/news/local/pritzker-announces-ban-on-large-gatherings-amid-coronavirus-outbreak/2235948/

 

 


Majority of the Events has been Postpone Due to the Virus.  There will Be No More Update Related to Events Until April 2020 “Hopefully!”

Daily- Add On “Keep Your Eyes Open” Scroll Slow Down to View Flyers of:
This Album Flyers Is Divided Into 3 sections Highlighting a Few Events:
Section (1.): New Activities, Events,  Resources, Services, & Workshops.
Update & Add-On 3/10:  Job Fair Today hosted by Chicago Area Women Council and Local 551!!!!,   Alderman Hairston Woodlawn  Housing Ordinance Discussion at Hyde Park High School, Alderman Mitchell 7th Annual Leadership Summit, McMusic Night at McDonald to Support Gallistel Music Department
3/7:   Windsor Park Church Earth Film “Cooked”, FREE THEATER IN SOUTHSHORE
eta Creative Arts  “the Pipeline” (inner-city schools) hosted by ABJ “,  Olive Harvey Woman Basketball Open House, Local Market Vendor Bazaar Saturday & Sunday, Indoor Winter Farmers Market at Advocate United Church of Christ in Chicago, Woman History Month Mixer at Local Market, Sign up for “Grant Writing for Beginners” at at Olive Harvey College, Where They Come to Worship: LTAB at Stony Island Art Bank, Black Divinity Meditation Day at Dorchester Art, Talk on Woman Power to Heal Through Hip Hop,  and  AmeriCorps Week at Chicago State University
3/5:  The CLCF 2020 Scholarship Application,  College Scholarships for African Americans, Think & Do Tank at South Shore Cultural Center (Art), Free Breakfast Brunch at Family Den,  African Diaspora Summit at Chicago State University, Orchard Care: Dormant Seasoning Pruning for Fruit Trees and Greenhouse Production: Seeding & Transplanting at Urban Growers Collective
3/4:  Daylight Saving Time,  Sunday Dinner at The Quarry featuring The Ken Davis Project,  Black Women Liberate Hosted by Sista Afya,  Bessemer-Schafer Park Advisory Council Elections, Teens Opportunity at Kennedy King College, My Sister’s Keeper hosted by Congresswoman Kelly,  Friday Night Jazz @ Quarry’s Monthly Schedule, Waste Management Hiring, SCR Medical Transportation Job Fair,  Candidate Meet & Greet State Rep Evans, Jr,  State Attorney  Foxx and Clerk of Circuit Court Cabonargi hosted by Alderman Harris at God’s House of All Nations, 
3/3:  Free Entrepreneurship Workshop Hosted by South Shore Chambers (tonight),  Bryn Mawr East
71st – 75th Jeffery (east) – Yates (west) Area Meeting to discuss Mayor Lightfoot’s new initiative Invest (tonight),  Centro de Trabajadores Unidos hosted Free Legal Clinic Every Tuesday,  Small Business Expo at Kennedy King College, Friday Night Jazz Featuring Songstress Angela Walton, Queen of Hearts at Small World for a Chance to win a Projected pot of $ 10,000, Southeast Chicago Dog Park Volunteer Day, 
3/2: Candidate Forum 13th District State Senator & 2nd Congressional  District at Pilgrim Baptist Church,  Alderman Hairston 5th Ward Party at Stony Island Art Bank, Early Voting,  Census 2020, Let’s Talk Legislation!
Hosted by Representative Curtis J. Tarver II, Spring Advocacy Day 2020 Faith In Place,  Gallistel Music Department Spring Showcase, Rhythm and Hues Fundraiser hosted by Southeast Chicago Chambers,
Wellness Retreat hosted by Global Girls, Pastor Lasenby Sr. 7th Anniversary, One Earth Day Films, Green Built Home Tour,  Lady of Guadalupe Lenten Meals, Woman of Excellent at DuSable Museum, Top Box Food, Job Preparation and Job Fair hosted by Chicago land  Area Council & Local 551 Women, Build Business Credit Hosted by University CoWork, Congresswoman Kelly High School Art Contest, Census 2020 Briefing hosted by Congresswoman Kelly at Quarry, Resume Workshops,  St. Patrick Day with Blue Steel Band, Open Mic Comedy Show and Fashion Show, Adult Mental Health First Aid Training hosted by South Chicago Network, Asleep with the Fishes Hosted by Shedd Aquarium,  Chicago Park District City Wide Conference,  Lebanon Church Craft and Bake Sale, Sade Themed Paint and Sip Hosted by Pink Giraffe Art Studio, Office Appreciation Day hosted by 4th District Faith Base Committee,  LOVE Membership Community Workshop hosted by Claretian Association, D’Angelo’s Voodoo @ 20 Hosted by FULL BODY FREQUENCY, 
Section (2.): Weekly & Monthly Activities, Events & Services:  South Shore Speaks Hosted by The Neighborhood Network Alliance, Friday Night Jazz at The Quarry,  Solace Soul Sunday Open Mic, Senior Zumba at The South Chicago Senior Satellite,  Wellness Sunday Male Only,  Spanish Coalition Free House Workshops,  First Midwest Financial Fitness Workshops,   ASE Youth Leadership Council, NAACP, South Deering/Jeffery Manor Monthly Meeting,  and more.
Section (3.): 3rd & 4th District CAPS Community Beats, City Councils Meetings, Committees, Alderman, Senators and State Representatives, Police Board Meeting.

Section 1. New Activities, Events, Resources, Services, &  Workshops Flyers:

 

 

Info Shared by
Centro de Trabajadores Unidos

 

 

 

 

 

Info Shared by Danielle Richards

 

 

Help Pastor Victoria C. Brady celebrate 30 years of working with community youth! LISTEN at this quick video https://youtu.be/IbDeI4McMRw of her, high-spirited, enthusiam.

 

Info By Illinois Humanities: Our annual Gwendolyn Brooks Youth Poetry Awards is open for submissions. The deadline is April 30. Click here to submit a poem. We will hold three poetry writing workshops to encourage young people to submit poems: on the West Side of Chicago in late-February; in Champaign-Urbana in March; and on the South Side of Chicago in early-April. If you’d like to see a workshop take place near you let us know! Email us at info@ilhumanities.org.

 

 

Info Shared by Centro de Trabajadores Unidos: The CLCF 2020 Scholarship Application Is Now Open! Submission Deadline: Friday, April 10, 2020 at 11:59pm https://www.ccclatinocaucus.org/clcf-scholarship/?fbclid=IwAR3lmaZ15h4XT0waHMWGa1mE3JSq1EF25U8VPxdRtUxMrI6VpuLpWbld2xM

 

 

 

Info Shared by Brenda:  http://amsterdamnews.com/news/2017/mar/13/10-college-scholarships-african-american-students-/?fbclid=IwAR2pqoxpJ2L_Zpz_dvPAPzOqpbeVbSGQqtAZYAMIZT9s4tkoH-RTcMPBa_A

 

 

 


AARP Free Tax Service

10:00AM – 1:30PM

Avalon
8148 S. Stony Island Avenue
Chicago IL 60617
  • Phone: 

Description

Free Tax assistance is provided by AARP. Library staff are not tax professionals and cannot provide assistance.

Follow provided instructions for registration.

This event is also offered on:
Tuesday, March 3, 2020 (10:00AM – 1:30PM)
Tuesday, March 10, 2020 (10:00AM – 1:30PM)
Tuesday, March 17, 2020 (10:00AM – 1:30PM)
Tuesday, March 24, 2020 (10:00AM – 1:30PM)
Tuesday, March 31, 2020 (10:00AM – 1:30PM)
Tuesday, April 7, 2020 (10:00AM – 1:30PM)
Tuesday, April 14, 2020 (10:00AM – 1:30PM)

 

 

 


 

Every Tuesday from 12-6pm we have office hours at 10638 S. Ewing Ave! We require no appointment. You can visit us on Tuesday’s to learn more about the work and resources available to CTU and to discuss immigration, labor, housing, and expungement cases.
AND this year our office hours are also open for more information and questions about the #2020Census.
Stop by soon to learn more about why it’s important that everyone is counted, when and how to fill out census forms, and how your personal information is protected. Let us know if you have any questions, census invitations begin next month!

 

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Hiring Hall at The Green Living Room
by The Green Living Room
Hiring Hall at The Green Living Room Hosted by The Green Living Room Until Mar 20 12:00 PM 6431 S Cottage Grove Ave, Chicago,
Come learn about and sign up for green jobs that START at $20 an hour!

 

 

 


FREE WORKSHOPS AT CITY HALL
The City of Chicago Department of Business Affairs & Consumer Protection (BACP) offers FREE business education workshops every Wednesday and Friday at City Hall.
To register for a workshop call 312-744-2086 or e-mail BACPoutreach@cityofchicago.org
March 2020 Workshop Calendar
3/4 City Inspections – Ask Questions, Get Answers
3:00 to 4:30 p.m.
City Hall, 121 N. LaSalle St. – 8th Floor, Room 805
Presented by the City of Chicago
To operate a successful business in Chicago you need to know what it takes to maintain compliance. Officials from several City departments will provide insight on how to operate safely, stay compliant, help prepare for inspections and highlight the do’s and don’ts of operating a business.
3/6 Empieza Un Pequeno Negocio
(Workshop Presented in Spanish)
9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
City Hall, 121 N. LaSalle St. – 11th Floor, Room 1103
Presentado por el Northwest Side CDC (Northwest Side Community Development Corporation)
Venga aprender como abrir un negocio, los pasos que debe de tener y no tomar. Habláramos sobre creando un plan de negocio, entiendo su mercado, y creando un plan de acción. También se hablara los pasos para sacar su licencia de negociante.
3/11 Employee (HR) Handbooks & Workplace Policies
3:00 to 4:30 p.m.
City Hall, 121 N. LaSalle St. – 8th Floor, Room 805
Presented by Charles Krugel, a Management Side Labor, Employment and Human Resource Attorney
Open discussion concerning whether a business needs a handbook, written policies & procedures, & how to implement them.
3/13    Buying and Selling a Business: Find, Evaluate and Negotiate
9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
City Hall, 121 N. LaSalle St. – 11th Floor, Room 1103
Presented by Lema Khorshid, Fuksa Khorshid, LLC
Do you want to buy a business and don’t know where to start? In this step-by-step seminar learn how buying a business can be an alternative to starting up a new business. Also, learn how to effectively analyze new business opportunities and understand a business purchase contract so that you can quickly close the deal.
3/18   How to Open a Concession at O’Hare and Midway International Airports
3:00 to 4:30 p.m.
City Hall, 121 N. LaSalle St. – 8th Floor, Room 805
Presented by City of Chicago Department of Aviation – Concessions Department
Are you interested in operating a restaurant or shop at O’Hare or Midway International Airport, but don’t know where to begin? Come and learn about the Request for Proposals (RFP) process and how to operate a business at the airport. This workshop will also provide an overview of the Airport Concessions Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (ACDBE) program.
3/20    How to Obtain a Mobile Business License
9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
City Hall, 121 N. LaSalle St. – 11th Floor, Room 1103
Presented by City of Chicago Department of Business Affairs & Consumer Protection (BACP)
From Food Trucks to Peddlers to Mobile Merchants, not all businesses need a store front from which to operate and Chicago is proud to support many types of mobile businesses. Attend this workshop to learn how to obtain a Mobile Food or Retail License from the BACP, including operational conditions, required inspections and application processes. Licenses covered by this workshop will include Mobile Food Dispenser and Preparer (Food Trucks), Mobile Merchant, Mobile Prepared Food Vendor, Mobile Frozen Desserts Vendor, Produce Merchant, and Peddler.
3/25    What Kind of Funding is Right For You/Your Business
3:00 to 4:30 p.m.
City Hall, 121 N. LaSalle St. – 8th Floor, Room 805
Presented by the U.S. Small Business Administration
If you need access to capital to achieve your business goals, the SBA offers a variety of funding programs for all kinds of small business ventures. Learn what kind of funding is right for you!
3/27     What You Need to Know About Your Business & Taxes
9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
City Hall, 121 N. LaSalle St. – 8th Floor, Room 805
Presented by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and Ladder Up
This workshop will answer important tax questions for your business including: Are you required to file a tax return? Is your worker an independent contractor or an employee? What will the IRS request during an audit? Are you required to make estimated tax payments? What resources does the IRS have for small business owners?
All workshops are free and are located in City Hall, 121 N. LaSalle St., Chicago. To register for a workshop e-mail BACPoutreach@cityofchicago.org or call 312.744.2086.

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Shrimp N Grits Every Thursday
by The New Look Restaurant aka The Next Level
THU, MAR 5
6:00 PM
THU, MAR 12
6:00 PM
Thursday,  at 6 PM – 9 PM
The New Look Restaurant aka The Next Level
2544 E 83rd St, Chicago, Illinois 60617

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Month of March every Saturday and Sunday 10am

 

 

 

Need to write a successful grant proposal? Sign up for “Grant Writing for Beginners” at OHC. This workshop covers identifying potential grants and requirements, including objectives and budgets.
Sessions are on Saturdays March 7-21, 9 a.m. to noon. Learn more and register today at https://apps.ccc.edu/scheduling/continuinged/?id=OH.

 

 

 

Next week we’re joining the rest of the nation in celebrating
AmeriCorps, March 8-14, 2020. During this time of celebration we will engage our community by completing acts of service walking in the AmeriCorps goal to help others and meet critical needs in the community. Come and celebrate with us.
#Americorps #Service #Community #WeAreCSU

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Build Business Credit
Hosted by University CoWork
Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at 6 PM – 7 PM
6127 South University Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60637
Free
www.eventbrite.com
Find Tickets
Discussion
Details
Get Capital for your Business, Real Estate, or Nonprofit
What is Business Credit? How is it different than personal credit? Can this tool help my business/nonprofit grow? (Hint: YES!)
Research shows that south side, minority, & women-owned businesses receive disproportionally less capital. Many business owners are hamstrung by low personal credit scores. Others do not know how to get started. It is time to close this knowledge and finance gap!
University CoWork Founder David C. Lubin will show attendees simple steps to attaining more, better, and/or cheaper financing.
He will show us how to:
– Build Business Legitimacy
– Open/Check/Monitor business credit files
– Establish lines of credit (Vendor, Revolving, Fleet, Cash Credit, and Unsecured Loans & Lines of Credit)
– Tips (Spreadsheet, Vendors, and Professionalization)
Learn how to use this powerful tool to supercharge your enterprise!
Sponsored by University CoWork, snacks will be provided. This March event is free and open to the public, but registration is required.
If you are interested but cannot attend, comment below to get
– invited to a follow-up
– step-by-step guide
– event overview video
Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/build-business-credit-tickets-96539320707
FAQs:
Transportation/Parking: University CoWork Members may park in the University CoWork parking lot at 6127 S. University Avenue (immediately north of building). Guests should find nearby street parking. Street parking permits are available at University CoWork.
Parking Details:
www.UniversityCoWork.com/parking
Accessibility:
The Lunch & Learn will take place in our garden level event space. Unlike the main coworking / office / events / meeting area, this space is not handicap accessible. We welcome all to the cowork and will happily accommodate people unable to access the presentation room in person with a livestream of the event, lunch, and conversation with the speaker/attendees in an accessible part of the facility.
Keywords: Business Credit, Capital, Dunn & Bradstreet, DUNS, D-U-N-S, EIN, Entrepreneur, Equifax, Experian, Finance, Freelance, Legitimacy, Mail Service, Nonprofit, Paydex Score, Professionalize, Revolving Credit, Small Business, Social Responsibility, Social Security Number, Transunion, Unsecured Loan, Unsecured Line of Credit, Virtual Office, Woodlawn

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Congresswoman Robin Kelly Sponsors Congressional Art Contest
for High School Students
U.S. Representative Robin Kelly is sponsoring a 2020 Congressional Art Competition open to high school students residing or attending a school within the Second Congressional District.
The winner will have the opportunity to attend a ceremony this summer in Washington D.C., where his or her artwork will be displayed at the U.S. Capitol for one year. The artwork of second- and third-place winners will be displayed in Rep. Kelly’s district offices.
Students may submit their artwork from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Congresswoman Kelly’s Matteson Office, located at 600 Holiday Plaza Drive, Suite 505; at her Chicago Office, located at 1000 E. 111th Street, Suite 5N; or at her satellite office located on the lower level of Kankakee City Hall. Please call Alan Banks or Elise Miller at (708) 679-0078 to arrange a drop-off time at the Kankakee Office. The deadline for submissions is 4 p.m. on Thursday, March 12.
Artwork must be two dimensional, framed no larger than 28” x 28” x 4” and can include paintings, drawings, collages, prints, photographs, computer generated art, or mixed media. All artwork must be original.
Congresswoman Kelly will host a reception where she will announce the winner and runners-up on March 19 at Crete Creative Gallery and School, 1304 Main Street, Crete. For more information, call Alan Banks or Elise Miller at (708) 679-0078.
The high school art competition was established by the U.S. House of Representatives in 1982 to acknowledge and support the artistic talent of America’s young adults.

 

 

 

 

 

Info Shared by Bobbie Greer, South Shore Advisory Council: I am very happy to share these upcoming opportunities for entrepreneurs, creatives, and community organizers. The Arts and Culture Unit (of Chicago Park District) is excited to host the Arts & Business Council of Chicago for a series of Learning Labs and Think & Do Tanks as part of their 77 Communities Initiative in 2020. We are kicking off this exciting partnership with a Think & Do Tank at South Shore Cultural Center on March 14th from 10am to 2pm. We hope you’ll consider joining us and/or spreading the word! Details, flyers and info on the other ABC offerings is all below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Breakfast Brunch Crew Saturdays
by The Family Den Lounge
SAT, MAR 7  12:30 PM  SAT, MAR 14   12:30 PM  SAT, MAR 21   12:30 PM
Mar 14 at 12:30 PM – Mar 15 at 4 AM
The Family Den Lounge
8940 South Stony Island Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60617
Come out an enjoy our free brunch on Saturday, 12PM-4PM. You will enjoy the breakfast/brunch food choices, drink specials and great music. Also free stepping lessons.

 

 

Orchard Care: Dormant Seasoning Pruning for Fruit Trees  Hosted by Urban Growers Collective Saturday, March 14, 2020 at 1 PM – 3 PM 9000 S Mackinaw Ave, Chicago, IL 60617-4437,  Tickets urbangrowerscollective.salsalabs.org Join us for our first workshop of the season! We will be learning about dormant pruning on young fruit trees at Urban Growers Collective. We will show you how to shape young trees, as well as remove water sprouts, suckers, and dead/diseased/damaged branches using the correct tools and techniques. The workshop will be lead by Breanne Heath, Senior Program Specialist – Gardening I at Chicago Park District and held at our South Chicago Farm (9000 South Mackinaw Avenue 60617). Cost: $50.00 / $25.00 South Chicago Residents (60617) / $10.00 Workshare *We do not want financial barriers to prevent anyone from participating in our workshops. Please call or email for workshare options (773) 376-8882 & info@urbangrowerscollective.org

 

 

 

 

Sunday Dinner at The Quarry Supper Club with The Ken Davis Project 3.15.20
About this Event
Join us for Sunday Dinner at The Quarry Chi Supper Club Featuring The Ken Davis Project dedicating songs to Women Honoring Women celebrating Women’s Month Doors open at 3:00 pm, Dinner served from 3:00 pm til 6:00 pm Set starts 3:30 pm, free in lot parking
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Date And Time
Sun, March 15, 2020
3:30 PM – 6:30 PM CDT
The Quarry Event Center
2423 E 75th St
Chicago, IL 60649

 

Info Shared by Faye Patterson 3rd District CAPS. ELLOW MINISTERS AND COLLEAGUES, RESERVE YOUR FREE TICKETS TO PIPELINE BY EMAILING ME (VICTORIA BRADY) IF YOU WISH TO ATTEND THE PLAY. PROVIDE ME WITH YOUR TICKET COUNT BY FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 2020. PEACE AND BLESSINGS PASTOR VICTORIA C. BRADY victoriabrady@abjchicago.org Phone: (773) 752-3955 Email: info@etacreativearts.org FREE THEATER IN SOUTHSHORE eta Creative Arts 7558 S South Chicago Ave March 18th, 2020 @ 6:30pm ABJ A.R.T.S. would like to invite you to a FREE performance of Victory Gardens Theater’s highly acclaimed play, Pipeline! Description Nya, an inner-city public high school teacher, is committed to her students but desperate to give her only son, Omari, opportunities her students will never have. When a controversial incident at his private school threatens to get him expelled, Nya must confront his rage and her own choices as a parent. But will she be able to reach him before a world beyond her control pulls him away? Inspired by Chicago Public Schools education, Pipeline brings to light a powerful and important conversation about parenthood, communication, and the school-to-prison pipeline that claims so many of our youth. Be sure to stay for the post-show discussion immediately following the performance! I’d like to reserve seats today! Who do I contact? To RSVP, please contact Jacqueline Miller at Phone: (773) 752-3955 Email: info@etacreativearts.org. Is there a seating capacity? Yes! Space is limited. .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Open Mic Comedy Show; Fashion Show
Public · Hosted by The Quarry Event Center
Thursday, March 19, 2020 at 7 PM – 11 PM
2423 East 75th Street, Chicago, Illinois 60649
Tickets by Eventbrite
General Admission
Sales end on Mar 19 at 7 PM
$10.00
2

 

 

Info Shared by Alderwoman Garza

 

 

Info Shared by Danielle Richards

 

 

 

Asleep with the Fishes
Hosted by Shedd Aquarium
Mar 20 at 6 PM – Mar 21 at 8:30 AM
Shedd Aquarium
1200 S Lake Shore Dr, Chicago, Illinois 60605
Tickets
www.sheddaquarium.org
At our Asleep with the Fishes overnight, your family or group will see the aquarium like never before—at night!
Overnights are designed for families and groups with children ages 5-12. The overnight includes animal and science activities, an aquatic presentation, animal encounters, aquatic crafts, a scavenger hunt and a Caribbean Reef feeding dive. You’ll also be free to explore any of the open exhibit spaces throughout the evening.
Whether you’re with a group or want to attend an overnight with your family, find your adventure here!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Craft and Bake Sale Saturday, March 21st 10am to 2pm

 

 

 

Sade Themed Paint and Sip
Hosted by Pink Giraffe Art Studio
Saturday, March 21, 2020 at 7 PM – 10 PM
2340 East 75th Street, Chicago, Illinois 60649
Tickets by Eventbrite
Sade
Sales end on Mar 14 at 12 PM
$35.00

 

 

Black Divinity Meditation Day
Public · Hosted by Rebuild Foundation
Sunday, March 22, 2020 at 1 PM – 3 PM
Dorchester Art + Housing Collaborative | Rebuild Foundation
1456 E 70th St, Chicago, Illinois 60637
Show Map
Tickets by Eventbrite
RSVP
Sales end on Mar 22 at 1 PM
Free
2
Tickets released 2 days ago
“No sustained transformation can take place without going within, to experience our essential nature and allowing it to come forth to guide our lives.” -Kamau Abayomi, Creator of Black Divinity Meditation Day
Black Divinity Meditation Day is a global event beginning at sunrise on March 22nd, asking black people to commit to at least 30 minutes of meditation–privately and/or publicly–and have someone take a photo and/or video and share it under the hashtag #blackdivinitymeditation and #blackpeoplemeditating.
In honor of Black Divinity Meditation Day, spiritual guide and transformational healer Stacy Patrice is leading an hour-long ‘cosmic meditation for the soul’ at Dorchester Art + Housing Collaborative. No one will be turned away based on previous experience and all meditators will be supported. We are inviting experienced meditators alongside those in the Black community who do not know about meditation, its purpose and how to do it, to join and learn.
In preparation: Attend Soul Healing Yoga with Stacy Patrice every Sunday from 1-2:30pm at Dorchester Art & Housing Collaborative (1456 E 70th Street).

 

 

Where They Come to Worship: LTAB
Hosted by Rebuild Foundation
Stony Island Arts Bank
Sunday, March 22, 2020 at 2 PM – 4 PM 6760 South Stony Island Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60649
Tickets by Eventbrite
RSVP
Sales end on Mar 22 at 2 PM
Hosted by interdisciplinary artist, poet, and Rebuild Foundation Poet Laureate avery r young.
Where They Come to Worship is a panel series discussing slam / spoken word venues within the segregated City of Chicago that were created to create space for specific marginalized groups and ways these venues promoted diversity, community and spaces of affirmation through craft.
This inaugural program focuses on Louder Than A Bomb, the largest youth poetry festival in the world organized by Young Chicago Authors. This discussion features avery in conversation with LTAB Founders Kevin Coval and Anna West, and celebrates 20 years of LTAB creating radical space for youth to congregate and express themselves.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ACLU Lunch 2020
Hosted by ACLU of Illinois
Friday, March 27, 2020 at 11 AM – 1:30 PM
Hilton Chicago Hotel
720 S Michigan Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60605
action.aclu.org
Purchase your ticket to attend this year’s ACLU Lunch! For more information: https://www.aclu-il.org/en/events/aclu-lunch-fighting-more-perfect-union-1
For 100 years, the ACLU has spoken truth to power, fought for our fundamental freedoms, and demanded justice for all. Join us on Friday, March 27, in celebration of ACLU’s inspiring history of leading the fight for civil rights and civil liberties here in Illinois, and across the country.

 

 

 

Tickets by Eventbrite

 

 

 

 

Info Shared by Faith In Place: Chi, Winter Farmers Market – Advocate UCC
Date: Saturday, March 28, 2020 -11:00am to 3:00pm
Location: Advocate United Church of Christ
10259 S Ave L, Chicago, IL 60617
Join us for an indoor Winter Farmers Market at Advocate United Church of Christ in Chicago!
At a time of year when outdoor farmers markets are closed for the season, this market will offer attendees the opportunity to purchase items such as meat, eggs, honey, salsa, jam, bread, pastries, tea, seasonally-available produce, and more.
Illinois Link cards/SNAP benefits are accepted at the market. All Link/SNAP customers can double their Link purchases up to $25 to buy fruits and vegetables!
Each winter, from November through March, Faith in Place partners with faith communities to host a series of indoor Winter Farmers Markets on Saturdays and Sundays.
The markets provide an additional source of income for local vendors during the off-season, promote sustainable farming methods and economic justice for regional farm families, encourage healthy, wholesome eating, and support the building of relationships between producers and consumers.
Enjoy a wide range of seasonal, sustainably-produced goods and support your local farmers and vendors!

 

 

 

 

 

Greenhouse Production: Seeding & Transplanting
Hosted by Urban Growers Collective
Saturday, March 28, 2020 at 1 PM – 4 PM
9000 S Mackinaw Ave, Chicago, IL 60617-4437, United States
Tickets
urbangrowerscollective.salsalabs.org Join us for a workshop on seeding & transplanting. Participants will receive hands-on training to learn how to mix soil, seed, and transplant crops. Participants will engage in-group discussion focused on year-round greenhouse production. Cost: $50.00 / $25.00 South Chicago Residents / $10.00 Workshare Tickets: https://urbangrowerscollective.salsalabs.org/seedingandtransplanting *We do not want financial barriers to prevent anyone from participating in our workshops.

 

 

D’Angelo’s Voodoo @ 20
Hosted by FULL BODY FREQUENCY
Sunday, March 29, 2020 at 1 PM – 3 PM
Stony Island Arts Bank
6760 South Stony Island Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60649
Tickets by Eventbrite
Voodoo VIP – Includes book, pre-reception plus
Sales end on Mar 29 at 1 PM
$30.00
2
General Admission
Sales end on Mar 29 at 1 PM
Free

 

 

 

 

 

Section 2.Weekly & Monthly Activities, Events & Services:

 

Info Shared by Alderman Harris 8th Ward:

 

 

 

Info Shared by Hegewisch Community Page:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Info Shared and Hosted by South Shore Chamber, Inc. The Artisan is OPEN for business! Fri-Sat 11-7pm, Sun 11am-5pm 1735 E. 71st Street

 

 

Friday at 6 PM – 9:30 PM
The Quarry Event Center
2423 E 75th St, Chicago, Illinois 60649

 

C.O.A.L. Coalition of African American Leaders Monthly Meeting Sept, 2019 @ 8:30 am – 11:00 am  WHERE: BJ’s Market  8734 South Stony Island  COST: $7.00  CONTACT:  Craig Wimberly
773350931

 

 

Info Shared by East Side Chicago FBK

 

Info Shared by 10th Ward FBK

 

 

Info Shared by Alderwoman Garza The Southeast Side of Chicago Food Pantry is now open and serving new clients. Every Wednesday from (1:00pm-3:00pm). Our pantry services the 60617 & 60633 zip codes. Clients must bring their own bags/boxes; they will not be provided.
Note: All new clients must register. You will need an accurate, up to date (w/ current address), picture ID. Ex. Driver license, state ID, matricula consular. 2. Utility bill with current address. If homeless, you will need proof that you are living in the area.

 

 

Beginner Yoga For Everyone
by Pink Giraffe Art Studio
Saturday, at 2 PM – 3 PM
2340 E 75th St
2340 East 75th Street, Chicago, Illinois 60649
Tickets by Eventbrite


 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday Morning Bible Study
Hosted by Pilgrim Baptist Church of South Chicago
Every Wednesday, at
11:30 AM
Pilgrim Baptist Church of South Chicago
3235 E 91st St, Chicago, Illinois 60617

 

 

Happy Saturday! Grab the kids and begin your day with ALL AGES LESSONS 10a-11:30a, then stay for FAMILY SKATE Noon-3p. See you on the wood!
1122 E 87th St
Chicago, Illinois
Call (773) 221-2600


 

Red Line Live at SkyWay Bowling Marty Gomez at the Skyway Bowling Alley.
Jamming out to some of great oldies but goodies.
9915 S Torrence Ave, Chicago, IL 60617
(773) 731-4535


 

 

Are you interested in seeking therapy and want more info. before scheduling an appointment? Make a phone consultation with @sistaafya Therapists Latania and Camesha at: wwww.sistaafya.com/therapy

 

 

Black Men Do Yoga Hosted by Dr. Obari Adéye Cartman
The Quarry Event Center
2423 E 75th St, Chicago, Illinois 60649 i avoid yoga because im not flexible enough, dont like being embarrassed. i realize that logic is backwards because yoga would make me more flexible but i still dont go. yoga spaces seem for women and for people that already do yoga. we are creating a space for me. and another guys that need to move, stretch, breathe, and slow down. you dont have to wear tights and say namaste. Peaceful Tranquility Realized will lead us through some movement and breathing exercises to help us learn to use our body to heal from the stress of being Black men in America. then you are welcome to stay after for #MANifestWellnessSundays from 1-3 where we drum and talk about life. this aint the new masculinity or white people stuff. this is as old & African as it gets.
the first month will be free99 (starting 10/20) and if it seems like a good idea to continue we will offer our instructor $5 per session. borrow your lady’s mat or just bring a towel and lets get this healing on.
FREE. MEN ONLY.
11:30am-12:30pm
The Quarry Event Center
2423 E 75th St.
Chicago, IL

 

 

Male Only

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Indian Ridge Marsh Community Stewardship
Hosted by Audubon Great Lakes and The Wetlands Initiative
Until Feb 22, 2020 AUG4 Sun 9:00 AM SEP 7 Sat 10:00 AM OCT 12 Sat 9:00 AM
Indian Ridge Marsh, IRM-North Parking Lot, 11600 S. Torrence Ave. Chicago, IL 60617


 

 

Checkout Events Park Near You “Free”. https://www.chicagoparkdistrict.com/events

 

 

Rosenblum Sept meeting TBA Last Monday or 4th Monday

 

Spanish Coalition for Housing
Free Home buyer Workshop
9010 S Commercial Ave, Chicago, IL 60617
Phone: (773) 933-7575

 

 

 

Parents of Extraordinary Children Support Group-Southeast Meet Every 4th Tuesday at 10500 S. Ewing at Alderwoman Garza Office 10th Ward.


 


 

 

 

 

 

 


The New Celebrity Lounge 2020 E 83rd St, Chicago, Illinois 60617
Pool Tournament Tuesdays
Every Tuesday except the 1st Tuesday of the Month
Sign Up is at 9:00pm with Ms. Rose
CASH MONEY GOES TO THE WINNER.
$2 SHOOTERS ALL NIGHT LONG!!!

 

Wednesday at 9 PM – 2 AM
The New Celebrity Lounge
2020 E 83rd St, Chicago, Illinois 60617

 

Small World Bar & Grill 3325 E 106th
Chicago, Illinois 60617
(773) 933-8663

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Info Shared by Alderman Mitchell 7th

 

This Was 2019 schedule.  Monthly Meeting 2nd Thursday


 


 

*NEW BEGINNER’S OBEDIENCE CLASS* Starting Friday, JUNE 21 at 7:00 PM! For this first week of orientation, we ask that you don’t bring your dogs along so we can go over the training, tips, understanding your dog, what to bring with you, equipment you will need, and application forms. Classes are $10.00 per night for this 10 week course. AFTER this coming Friday’s orientation, all classes will be held on *WEDNESDAY* Nights, starting on July 3rd. Beginner Class will then be at 8:00 pm. Classes held at Calumet Park, 9800 Ave.G in the Fieldhouse Bocce Room. Hope to see you there! Serious Dog Training but don’t forget to also have some fun.


 

 

SSCC Advisory Council (South Shore Advisory Counsel) Meeting Oak Room
Hosted by South Shore Second Saturday, 10am
7059 S South Shore Dr, Chicago, 


Monthly Meeting Second Saturday
1pm to 2pm
Our Lady Gate of Heaven
2338 E 99th St, Chicago


 

Check out our Stepping Class on Saturdays. Do you want to master the art of stepping, call us to enroll 773 291 6397

 

FEB 22 Go Run 63rd Street Beach  Hosted by Chicago Area Runners Association  Dates · Feb 22 – Oct 17  Sat 9:00 AM 63rd Street Beach 6300 S. Lake Shore Dr, Chicago, Illinois 60649 Tickets www.gorunchicago.org

Return Feb 2020 Go Run 63rd Street Beach· by Chicago Area Runners Association
 9 AM – 10 AM
63rd Street Beach
6300 S. Lake Shore Dr, Chicago, Illinois 60649

 

NAACP Monthly Membership Meeting 3rd Saturday at Avalon Public Library 8148 S. Stony Island at 11am

 

 

 

Info Shared by Eddie Luna

 

 

Section 3. Schedules Of : 3rd & 4th District CAPS Community Beats, Committees, Alderman, Senators and State Representatives, Police Board Meeting

 

Click Link For All Free Event at Stony Island Art Banhttps://rebuild-foundation.org/

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3. Schedules Of : 3rd & 4th District CAPS Community Beats, Committees, Alderman, Senators and State Representatives, Police Board Meeting

Utility Billing Relief Program Begin March 1st

Utility Billing Relief (UBR) will provide low-income residents with a reduced rate on their water, sewer, and water-sewer taxes, as well as debt relief for those who demonstrate they can manage the reduced rate bills for one year. Benefits for UBR participants include  https://www.chicago.gov/city/en/depts/fin/provdrs/utility_billing/svcs/utility-bill-relief-program.html

 

Info Shared by Alderman Mitchell 7th

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Info Shared by Sy Lewis: City Council Meeting: https://chicago.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx

 

 

Board of Commissioners Cook County County Commissioners are elected officials who oversee county activities and work to ensure that citizen concerns are met, federal and state requirements are fulfilled, and county operations run smoothly. https://www.cookcountyil.gov/board-of-commissioners

 

 

5th Ward Monthly Meeting
Hosted by Alderman Leslie Hairston 
Tuesday, September 24, 2019 at 6 PM – 7 PM   1415 E 70th St, Chicago 

 

 

Alderman Greg Mitchell;s Constituents Night 7th Ward Mondays 3pm to 7pm
2249 E 95th St
Chicago, Illinois
Call (773) 731-7777

 

8th Ward Aldermanic Office Michelle A. Harris
Ward Constituents Night Mondays 6pm to 8pm
8539 South Cottage Grove Avenue
Chicago, IL 60619
Phone: 773-874-3300

 

 

Alderwoman Susan Sadlowski Garza 10th Ward Tuesday 9am-6pm (ward night w/ appmnt)
Call office at 773-768-8138
10500 S. Ewing Ave


 

Congresswoman Robin Kelly
Chicago Office
1000 E. 111th Street,
Chicago, IL 60628
Phone: (773) 321-2001
Office hours: 9:00am-5:00pm

 

Contact Us (773) 783-8492 office@repevans.com 8539 South Cottage Grove Ave., Suite B Chicago, IL 60619

 

Stanley Moore County Board Commissioner, 4th District 8658 S. Cottage Grove, Suite 404 Chicago, IL 60619 Phone: (773) 783-2412

 

 

 

 

State Representative of Illinois’ 26th District Kam Buckner Call (773) 924-1755
buckner@illinois26.com

 

 

Senator Robert Peters District Office:
1509 E. 53rd Street, 2nd Floor
Chicago, IL 60615
(773) 363-1996
Open Office Hours:
Fridays from 9 a.m. — 12 p.m.

 

Representative Curtis J. Tarver I
Info Shared by Representative Curtis J. Tarver I Office: I wanted to give you all a reminder that we have opened the 25th District Service Office (1303 E 53rd St) with regular office hours during the week and we have flexibility for after-hours/weekend appointments. Feel free to email resources@repcurtisjtarverii.com or call (872) 356-2055 to set up a meeting

 

 

Representative Lamont J. Robinson, Jr. (D) 5th District: (South Shore Small%) 5048 S. Indiana Ave. Chicago, IL 60615 (773) 924-4614 (773) 924-4652 FAX

 

 

PUBLIC MEETINGS OF THE POLICE BOARD!
The Police Board holds a regular public meeting once a month. Members of the public are invited to attend and are welcome to address questions or comments to the Board. The Superintendent of Police (or his designee) and the Chief Administrator of the Civilian Office of Police Accountability (or her designee) will be at the meetings. Prior sign-up is required of those wishing to address the Board; contact the Board’s office by 4:30 p.m. of the day before the meeting to add your name to the list of speakers. Every 3rd Thursday of the Month.
The meetings are scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m. and take place at the Chicago Public Safety Headquarters.
Please Click Link to View Schedule:
https://www.chicagocopa.org/event/public-meetings-of-the-police-board-16/

 

What You Missed In March…Previous Activities, Events,  Services, &  Workshop of this Month:

 

Info Shared by Alderman Mitchell 7th

 

 

 

 

 

With all the changes coming and the attention South Shore is receiving locally and internationally, along with Mayor Lightfoot’s new initiative Invest South/West, South Shore needs to be well organized. We need to know who is at the table speaking on our behalf, and there should be a system in place to report out to community members what is going on.
We urge neighbors who live in the South Shore’s Bryn Mawr West area, 71st – 75th/Jeffery (east) – Yates (west) area, to attend the upcoming meeting. The objective of the meeting is to empower neighbors to organize and govern; network; pool resources; resolve issues; address urgent situations; increase/strengthen communications; create long-term permanent social change, and provide a voice to the broader neighborhood, which will result in a collective impact block-by-block.
If you live within the following boundaries –
Bryn Mawr East
71st – 75th
Jeffery (east) – Yates (west)
Do not miss this meeting.
When: Tuesday, March 3, 2020
Time: 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Where: St. Phillip Neri, 2110 E 72nd Street

 

 

Spring Advocacy Day 2020
Date: Wednesday, March 4, 2020 –
6:00am to 6:00pm
Location:
IL State Capitol Building
401 S 2nd St, Springfield, IL 62756
Save the Date for Clean Energy Advocacy Day 2020!
The time is NOW to tell our legislators why we want clean energy for all Illinois residents. We need a just transition to renewable energy sources that prioritizes job creation and rate affordability.
Mark your calendars for March 4th. Get ready for an exciting day where we will hop on buses from all corners of the state, meet our legislators to tell them why we care about clean energy, and rally in the Rotunda of the Statehouse!
Register today!
https://www.faithinplace.org/events/spring-advocacy-day-2020

 

Info Shared by South Shore Chamber Inc.

 

 

Tool Showcase
Hosted by Olive-Harvey College
Wednesday, March 4th 11 AM – 3 PM
10001 S Woodlawn Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60628
ticket
Free
www.eventbrite.com
Explore the tools of the automotive trade at Olive-Harvey! Students and professionals can join us for this free event to browse and purchase everything you need for your automotive education and career. You can also discover our transportation, distribution, and logistics programs as well as explore our state-of-the-art TDL Center.
Vendors include:
– AutoZone
– NAPA Auto Parts
– Grainger
– Snap-on
– Matco Tools
– Cornwell Quality Tools
There will be on-site classes to further your skills, as well as giveaways! Attend one of two sessions: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. or 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tool-showcase-at-olive-harvey-college-tickets-92940679073.
For more information, contact Aziza Darwish, Coordinator, Career Programs & Continuing Education, at (773) 291-6397 or adarwish@ccc.edu.

 

 

 

Overcoming Home Buying Obstacles
Hosted by University CoWork and 7 others
Wednesday March 4th at 12 PM – 1 PM
University CoWork
6127 South University Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60637
ticket
Free
www.eventbrite.com
Discussion
Details
Purchasing a house can seem complicating, especially for first-time home buyers. University CoWork member and residential real estate expert Maikol Akintonde Real Estate Group will show attendees how to navigate the home-buying process. He will cover:
-Why buy a home? (smart purchases can create generational wealth)
-Credit / down payment / financing
-Finding the right home (match buyer needs / wants with availability)
-Purchase process (important contract terms, attorney review / inspection / appraisal / loan approval, mitigate emotional obstacles)
-Getting to the closing table
While the process can seem complex and intimidating, the proper understanding and team can help make it a great move for you, your family, and community!
Sponsored by University CoWork, lunch and drinks will be provided. This March Lunch & Learn is free and open to the public, but registration is required.
Blog: www.UniversityCoWork.com/2020homebuying
Fun facts about Maikol:
Hometown: Gbongan, Nigeria
Neighborhood: South Chicago
Favorite Restaurant: El Taco Sabroso – try the Al Pastor Taco Dinner!
FAQs:
Transportation/Parking: University CoWork Members may park in the University CoWork parking lot at 6127 S. University Avenue (immediately north of building). Guests should find nearby street parking. Street parking permits are available at University CoWork.
Parking Details: www.UniversityCoWork.com/parking
Accessibility:
A portion of the Lunch & Learn will take place in our garden level event space. Unlike the main coworking / office / events / meeting area, this space is not handicap accessible. We welcome all to the cowork and will happily accommodate people unable to access the presentation room in person with a livestream of the event, lunch, and conversation with the speaker/attendees in an accessible part of the facility.
Questions? Email info@UniversityCoWork.com

 

 

 

 

 

The GreenBuilt Home Tour Application Deadline is Friday, March 6th! Apply today to participate in the 8th annual GreenBuilt Home Tour on Saturday, July 25 & Sunday, July 26 hosted by the Illinois Green Alliance. The tour showcases both new, high-performance green homes that have achieved or are pursuing third-party recognition as well as high performing renovated homes that have pursued substantial sustainability retrofits/features in their homes. Each year, our goal is to increase public awareness for healthy, efficient, and sustainable homes and showcase strategies that can be widely implemented by attendees within their current or future homes. Illinois Green is now seeking applications for both the Certified Green Homes track and the Green Renovation Homes track. Learn more about the two tracks here! All applications are due on Friday, March 6. If you have questions about the application or process, please contact Ashley Marinko!  http://www.greenbuilthometour.org/about/

 

 

Info Shared by Danielle Richards

 

 

 

 

 

REAL MEN CHARITIES INC PRODUCTIONS
celebrating
#THEYEAROFCHICAGOMUSIC2020
#FridayJazzattheQuarry
Featuring
Songstress Angela Walton
The Quarry Arts, Culture, Education, Entertainment & Events Center
2423 E 75th Street

 

Info Shared by 10th Ward Fbk: Cards available for Week 6 with a projected pot of $ 10,000!
Play the Queen of Hearts at Small World for a chance to win a projected pot of $ 10,000. Next drawings is Friday, March 6th at 8pm. Buy $5 for 6 tickets. Buy $20 at Small World between 7-8pm the night of drawing only, you enter a drawing to win a coupon for 2 drinks “you call it raffle”. Gotta play it to Win!
Tickets are available at Small World Bar and Grill 3325 E 106th Street — at SmallWorld Bar & Grill.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

City of Chicago
BACP Small Business Expo
THIS Saturday, March 7th, 2020
BACP’s Small Business Center “On the Road” Expo Series brings
FREE business resources to the community for new and existing entrepreneurs
looking to start or grow their business in the City of Chicago.
The BACP Small Business Expo will be at Kennedy-King College, U Building (740 W. 63rd St., Chicago) THIS Saturday, March 7th, 2020 from 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
The expo is free and open to the public.
Expo details (all resources are FREE):
Keynote Speaker: John W. Rogers Jr.-Founder, Chairman, Co-CE & Chief Investment Officer of Ariel Investments
40 + Exhibitors
Business Education Workshops
Assistance from City Business Consultants to Begin the Licensing Process
Information on Procurement, Insurance and Consumer Protection
Financial Advisors On Hand to Answer Questions
Practice and Refine Your Elevator Pitch
Mini-Makeovers
Professional Headshots to be Used for Marketing/Promotional Materials
Tax Clinic: One-on-One Counseling Sessions Provided by Ladder Up
Legal Clinic: One-on-One Counseling Sessions Provided by the Community Law Project
Tech Lane
And much more!
For more information, visit www.ChiSmallBizExpo.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cindy’s Catalyst: A talk on Women’s power to heal through HipHop
Hosted by Rebuild Foundation
Saturday, March 7th  11:30 AM – 2 PM
Dorchester Art + Housing Collaborative | Rebuild Foundation
1456 E 70th St, Chicago, Illinois 60637
Tickets by Eventbrite
RSVP
Sales end on Mar 7 at 11:30 AM
Free
The Healing Hub, an Unladylike production, creates space for healers of all backgrounds to network and learn more about serving our community.
Jasmin Kyla joins us this March to present “Cindy’s Catalyst: A talk on Women’s power to heal through Hip Hop”. She will discuss the ways to use hip-hop as purposefully, and guide a hip-hop mini-meditation. Jasmin Kyla is a Community Wellness Advocate, Meditation & Yoga teacher, Behavior Therapist and Behavior Analyst in training, HipHop Womanist, and warrior of Radical Love & Gratitude. She uses her open diary and social media platform (@JasminsBloom) in addition to signature events (Meals & Meditation and the Breathing Cypher) to fertilize the culture both online and off. Her current community work is centered on cultivating community wellness through using HipHop as a mechanism for healing.
Join us as we learn this innovative approach to wellness for our community!

 

 

 

 

 

2020 Alumni & Friends Raffle
Hosted by St. Francis de Sales High School
Saturday, March 7th 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
St. Francis de Sales High School
10155 S Ewing Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60617
Tickets
app.etapestry.com
IT’S THE MOST WONDERFUL TIME OF THE YEAR! That’s right alums and friends! The 2020 Alumni and Friends Raffle benefiting the Kavanaugh, Keating, & Weber Scholarship at St. Francis de Sales High School is currently selling tickets. Tickets are available on our website and by phone by calling 773-731-7272. Don’t miss your shot!

 

 

ade’s Freakin’ 50th BD featuring Shake Rattle & Roll
 Hosted by Jade Mazon
Saturday, March 7th  at 8 PM
3101 E 92nd St, Chicago, IL 60617-4611, United States
Join me at the Clubhouse for awesome live music to celebrate my half century mark!
$7. cover
Cash Bar
Street Parking
Food & Fun provided😎

 

Get ready to ‘Spring Forward’ on March 8, 2020

 

 

Southeast Chicago Dog Park Committee
🐾 A pre-spring clean up will be done at the dog park this Sunday, March 8th @ 2 p.m.
☀️ and 64 degree temps are predicted!
If you are available to help – please join us!
*Note the dog park will be open for use during this time however, the Chicago Park District has not turned on the water fountains at the park yet. ty at Calumet Park 9801 S Ave G, Chicago

 

 

Sunday, March 8, 2 to 4 p.m. [South]
Windsor Park Evangelical Lutheran Church, 2619 E. 76th St., Chicago
Stay after the film for a discussion with Oboi Reed of Equiticity and Akousa Gousby of Elevate Energy. Learn about local action opportunities from the above participants, as well as Faith in Place, Ecotellgent Design, The Nature Conservancy and Green Mountain Energy. Facilitator: Al Walker, Property Team Lead/Windsor Park Foundation Board Member, Windsor Park Evangelical Lutheran Church. Doors open 30 minutes before start time. Arrive early to avoid lines and get best seats. Teens and young adults encouraged to attend. “PG-13” May contain heavy themes, graphic images or language.

https://www.oneearthfilmfest.org/films-az-2020/cooked-survival-by-zip-code?mc_cid=9c2a6f013f&mc_eid=5c1a10f1c6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Let’s Talk Legislation!
Hosted by Representative Curtis J. Tarver II
Monday, March 9, 2020 at 6 PM – 7 PM
1303 E 53rd St, Chicago,

 


This is gathered info shared by the Alderman/Alderwoman, Government Officials, Community Organizations and Leaders, and Community Residents: In hopes of keeping you more in the loop and increase the sharing of information and participation throughout our communities “Not My Events” This mainly focus on the activities, events, resources, and  services in Jackson Park Highland, South Shore, Avalon, Calumet Heights, South Chicago, Bush, Eastside, Jeffery Manor/South Deering, and Hegewisch. Please feel free to send Activities, Events, and Resources that you would like to be added to this album flyers through email or inbox.  Know Your Neighbors…..Know Your Neighborhoods” “Not My Events” Events are Subject to Change.  Please Share!

 

 

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