With so many exciting events this weekend in Rogers Park, it takes more than one email to describe them!
But that’s not all!
Celebrate the launch of the Public Art in Rogers Park Map and take a tour of the Mile of Murals
The Rogers Park Business Alliance (RPBA), our community’s official chamber of commerce and economic development corporation, will mark the launch of its Public Art in Rogers Park Map this Sunday, June 4th, with one-hour guided tours of the Mile of Murals Project.
The first tour steps off at 11:00 a.m., followed by a second tour at 1:00 p.m. Both tours begin in the center of the Glenwood Sunday Market, on southbound Glenwood between Morse and Lunt.
Walk the vibrant Glenwood Arts District and experience the beautiful murals, while enjoying our award-winning farmers’ market.
The Public Art in Rogers Park Map is an online, interactive digital map (also available in hard copies) that features more than 70 murals and sculptures in the neighborhood. The map includes the 37 viaduct murals paid for through my Participatory Budgeting initiative.
For more information, visit the RPBA website.
Watch Sullivan High School’s band rock the house!
Sullivan High School’s rock band will rock R Public House, 1508 W. Jarvis, this Saturday, June 3rd, from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. in a fundraising benefit to help the band members attend a weeklong rock camp.
R. Public House is generously donating ten percent of all food sales to support the rock camp. Students will sell raffle tickets to augment the food sale proceeds.
Look for band members to show off their newly honed talents at this August’s Glenwood Avenue Arts Fest (check the Arts Fest website later this summer for the exact date and time of their performance.)
Don’t miss out on all these great events Saturday and Sunday. I hope to see you there.