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Ald. King is forming a committee on Michael Reese site- vidtally important to the South Side- for information visit our hot development page.
Special Service District 61 Commission meets 3RD WEDNESDAYS at POLSKY OR Hyatt Place Chicago, conference room on 5225 S. Harper Ave. (the evening meetings). Meetings are open to the public. 2 meetings a quarter are at 11 am and the third at 7 pm.
Flags, detail descriptions, periodic events.
Free University courses spring 2017: All sessions at the Seminary Coop Bookstore, 5751 South Woodlawn Ave., on alternate Wednesdays from 8:00-9:30 PM
April 5: Walter
Benn Michaels, "Diversity Politics vs. Class Politics," Marshall Sahlins
April 19: Bruce Lincoln, "How Democracies Fail," Michael Geyer responding
May 3: Willemien Otten, "The Dutch-Christian Roots of Betsy Devos's Educational Policies," Bill Schweiker responding
May 17: Tom Mitchell, "Notes on Collective Madness, Political and Otherwise," Lauren Berlant responding
May 31: Bill Sewell, "The History of the Future (and Its Implications for Politics Now)," Andreas Glaeser responding
March 28, Tuesday, 6 pm. 5th Ward Monthly Aldermanic Meeting. Tonight at Carey Temple, 7157 S. Greenwood.
March 28, Tuesday, 6 pm. Elm Park Advisory Council meets at Nichols fieldhouse, 1355 E. 55th St.
March 29, Wednesday, 12 pm. -- EPIC: A Discussion With Adam Sieminski: "The Energy Outlook In An Era Of Change". Saieh 146, 5757 S. University.
March 29, Wednesday, 6 pm. Guided tour of Correct Opinons exhibit at Arts Incubator, 301 E. Garfield.
March 29, Wednesday, 12:30 pm. Personal Strategic Development for Nonprofit Leaders. U of C Community Accelerator, 5225 S. Cottage Grove. Inquire and register at communityprograms.uchicago.edu.
March 30, Thursday, 4:30 pm. C. Nichole Mason on Born Right, A Young Firls Journey fdorm Nothing to Something in America. 5733 S. University.
March 30, Thursday, 6 pm. DuSable Museum, 740 E. 56th Pl, 773 947-0600. Women in Tech speacker Series: Amplifiers of Community Voice. Panel with Andrea Hart, Aviva Rosman, Tiana Epps-Johnson; mini hackathon. RSVP bit.ly/WomenIinCivicTech.
March 31, Friday, 6 pm. Seminary Co-op Bookstore, 5751 S. Woodlawn, 773 752-1300. Jennifer Scappettone discusses The Republic of Exit 43: Outtakes & Scores from an Archaeology and Pop-Up Opera of the Corporate Dump.
April 1, Saturday, 9 am. Cornell Park workday. Followed at 10 am by Nature Space Play Date- kids and families are introduced to using the natural materials and structures, search for bugs et al, make art....
April 1, Satuday, 10 am-. Washington Park Community Summit. Burke School, 5356 S. King Dr.
1, Saturday, 1 pm. Hyde Park Art Center,
5020 S. Cornell, 773 324-5520. Read/Write Library Workshop: Why We Ask and Who
In this 45 minute workshop, participants will discuss the role of libraries and other institutional keepers of knowledge and explore simple approaches to transferring that authority to their own communities by challenging and adding to the record. We will generate questions about Chicago, neighborhoods, schools, or whatever line of local inquiry participants choose, and work together to compile potential sources. Participants can either take their questions with them to do their own research, or leave their questions in the Q & A card exchange for others to check out and research. In conjunction with PUBLIC SCHOOL.
April 1 , Saturday, 1 pm. Hyde Park OWL. Models of Advocacy in the Trump Era. Treasure Island lower level community room, 1526 E. 55th St.
April 1, Saturday, 2-5 pm. Logan Family Saturdays. Garden Art. Workshops, crafts, entert. 915 E. 60th St.
April 1, Saturday, 5 pm. Rats, Roaches and Resistance- Housing Activism films with Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor. 5733 S. University.
April 1, Saturday, 5:30 pm. Fundraiser- Hyde Park School of Dance. Id aNoyes, 1212 E. 59th St.
April 1, Saturday, time? Fundraiser- Strive tutoring at Hyde Park Bank lobby April 1 (includes dinner and entertainment)- visit and register at strivetutoring.org.
April 2, Sunday, 3 pm. UChicago Presents. Music Across Genres. Roomful of Teeth- Mining the exprssive potential of rthe human voice. Chicago debut. Ted Hearne's Coloring Book Midwest premiere. Program is built around a white composer's setting of texts by Zora Neale Hurston, Claudia Rankine, and James Baldwin reflecting on their blackness- and exploring the potential of the human voice. Includes Caroline Shaw's "Partita".$35, 5. Logan, 915 E. 60th St. (another says it's at Mandel - check Chicago Presents.)
April 3, 4-7 pm. One on One with Ald. King at Kilwins, 5226 S. Harper.
April 5, Wednesday, 6 pm. Seminary Coop Bookstore, 5751 S. Woodlawn, 773 752-4381. Free University Course. Walter Benn Michaels, "Diversity Politics vs. Class Politics," Marshall Sahlins responding.
?April5, Wednesday, 6:30 pm. Midway Plaisance Advisory Council aa th skating rink house.
April 6, Thursday, 5:30-7:30 pm. Monthly HP Chamber of Commerce Networking Check In. This month at Community Accelerator, 5225 S. Cottage Grove.
April 6,Thursday, 6-8 pm. Laughter and Local Politics with Ald. Hairston at The Revival, 1160 E. 55th St. Tickerts 312 399-1902, https://secure.actblue.com/contribute/page/hairston4-6.0
April 6, Thursday, 7 pm. Hyde Park-Kenwood Community Conference monthly board meeting. Treasure Island lower level, 1526 E. 55th St.
April 8, Saturday, 9 am-noon. Bobolink Meadow workday in Jackson Park. email@example.com.
April 8, Saturday, 9 am-noon. 4thWard Shredathon at Lake Meadows, 35th and Rhodes.
April 10, Monday, 7 pm. Jackson Park Advisory Council at the fieldhouse, 6401 S. Stony Island.
April 13, Thursday, 7 pm. Nichols Park Advisory Council at the rfieldhouse, 1355 E. 53rd St.
April 17, Monday, 4-7 pm. One on One with Ald. King at P Berry Kafy, 3428 S. King.
April 18, Tuesday, 6 pm. Coalition for a Community Benefits Agreement public meeting at Hyde Park Academy, 6220 S. Stony Island.
April 19. Wednesday, 6 pm. Seminary Coop Bookstore, 5751 S. Woodlawn, 773 752-4381. Free University Course. Bruce Lincoln, "How Democracies Fail," Michael Geyer responding
April 22, Sunday. Earth Day- all kinds of activities and workdays, especially in parks. Sign up information coming.
3, Wednesday. Racing the International: American Empire. While the United States
has long represented itself as an anti-imperial nation, its origins as an expanding
settler colony, its forays into colonial rule abroad and its contemporary position
as the hegemonic global power index the contours of an American empire. This
panel will explore the relationship between domestic racial formations and imperialism
A panel discussion featuring: Daniel Immerwahr (Northwestern University) Jeanne Morefield (Whitman College) and Aziz Rana (Cornell Law School). 5733 S. University.
May 3, Wednesday, 6 pm. Seminary Coop Bookstore, 5751 S. Woodlawn, 773 752-4381. Free University Course. Willemien Otten, "The Dutch-Christian Roots of Betsy Devos's Educational Policies," Bill Schweiker responding.
May 31, Wednesday, 6 pm. Seminary Coop Bookstore, 5751 S. Woodlawn, 773 752-4381. Free University Course. Bill Sewell, "The History of the Future (and Its Implications for Politics Now)," Andreas Glaeser responding.
Mission of the Hyde Park-Kenwood Community Conference
The purpose of the Conference is to attend to the civic needs of the community; work toward an attractive, secure, diverse, and caring community; and to promote participation of residents, businesses, institutions, and organizations in programs and activities that advance the interests and concerns of the community. It serves the community as a watchdog, independent voice, and clearing house in the community's ongoing conversation and decisions about those matters which affect and define community life.