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Logan Square Chamber of Commerce

Logan Square Chamber of Commerce We believe a neighborhood thrives and everyone benefits from balanced support of both residential and commercial interests with all parties working together.

Logan Square is inclusive and diverse, entrepreneurial in spirit, historic but always evolving.

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Logan Theater is Participating in The 23rd Chicago Irish Film Festival​In-Person: March 3–6 - Virtual: March 7–13This ye...
02/28/2022

Logan Theater is Participating in The 23rd Chicago Irish Film Festival​

In-Person: March 3–6 - Virtual: March 7–13
This year, as a hybrid festival, you can join us at our wonderful screening venues for four days and nights enjoying films on the big screen with friends and family as we celebrate Irish films and filmmakers! and, you can also enjoy the festival online! We will be bringing much of the festival program to our online platform so all you need to bring is the popcorn! For schedules, locations and to register for online visit https://chicagoirishfilmfestival.com

Nurtured by Nature Concert Satjurday, February 26th 7:15 pmOur Lady of Mt. Carmel Church708 W. BelmontFor many, this pan...
02/24/2022

Nurtured by Nature Concert

Satjurday, February 26th 7:15 pm
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church
708 W. Belmont
For many, this pandemic has brought us closer to Nature. Enjoy the rustic Countryside of Vienna,a heartfelt and moving symphonic poem by Strauss, and hear the sounds of Nature in Beethoven's inspiring and soulful Pastoral Symphony. For more information and to purchase tickets visit https://www.lsso.org.

Latin Beats on the Square Fundraiser for Goethe SchoolFriday, March 11th 7 pm – 11 pmStan Mansion2408 N. Kedzie Bl.We're...
02/24/2022

Latin Beats on the Square Fundraiser for Goethe School

Friday, March 11th 7 pm – 11 pm
Stan Mansion
2408 N. Kedzie Bl.
We're back for another night of community celebration in support of Goethe Elementary in Chicago's Logan Square. Everyone (21+) is invited to this event. Dance to Papo Santiago & Infraverde and DJ De La Peña with food and drink provided by local sponsors.
For the safety of our guests, this event will adhere to Chicago Covid protocol, which means vaccination cards must be presented at the door and masks will be required when not eating or drinking.For more information and to purchase tickets visit https://www.fogschool.org/latinbeats

Men's Winter Coat DriveNorthside Latin Progress is in need of new or lightly used men's winter jackets and coats to help...
02/23/2022

Men's Winter Coat Drive

Northside Latin Progress is in need of new or lightly used men's winter jackets and coats to help immigrant men. Boots and jeans are also needed.
Day time pickup available. Call Gretchen Moore 312-343-0804 or drop at off at 1917 N. Kedzie (security camera for safe drop off)

Logan Theater is Participating in The 23rd Chicago Irish Film Festival​In-Person: March 3–6 - Virtual: March 7–13This ye...
02/23/2022

Logan Theater is Participating in The 23rd Chicago Irish Film Festival​

In-Person: March 3–6 - Virtual: March 7–13
This year, as a hybrid festival, you can join us at our wonderful screening venues for four days and nights enjoying films on the big screen with friends and family as we celebrate Irish films and filmmakers! and, you can also enjoy the festival online! We will be bringing much of the festival program to our online platform so all you need to bring is the popcorn! For schedules, locations and to register for online visit https://chicagoirishfilmfestival.com

Special Webinar:  Advancing Black EntrepreneurshipThursday, February 17th 2:00 pm In honor and recognition of Black Hist...
02/16/2022

Special Webinar: Advancing Black Entrepreneurship

Thursday, February 17th 2:00 pm In honor and recognition of Black History Month, BACP is hosting a conversation featuring Black-owned businesses. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought economic challenges, but the entrepreneurial spirit continues to thrive in the Black community. The panel features Black entrepreneurs who are reviving our economy through business expansion. Also, learn about resources and tools available for business owners and entrepreneurs.
Moderated by Kenya Merritt, Chicago Chief Small Business Officer
Panelists:
Eric Williams, Bronzeville Winery
Taylor Mason, Taylor’s Tacos
Judy Toland, Vice President Scaled Solutions, Global Business Marketing & Head of Meta Chicago Office
LaForce Baker and Adam Shimer, World Business Chicago
Register for the webinar https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_D5G-gYO8Rkq9J38i5MgUmA

Exhibitions at the Comfort Station2579 N. Milwaukee Av.This year's art program consists of an exceptional group of Chica...
02/16/2022

Exhibitions at the Comfort Station

2579 N. Milwaukee Av.
This year's art program consists of an exceptional group of Chicago artists whose work really resonated with our community. So naturally we wanted to share their work and showcase these artists in the heart of Logan Square!
Check out the Calendarhttps://comfortstationlogansquare.org/?mc_cid=8923f15305&mc_eid=3d064bab0d

BACP WebiarsThe Dept. of Business Affairs and Consumer Protections (BACP) offers free business education workshops or we...
02/16/2022

BACP Webiars

The Dept. of Business Affairs and Consumer Protections (BACP) offers free business education workshops or webinars every Wednesday afternoon and Friday morning. Due to COVID-19, all programs are currently being offered as webinars. Topics include business licensing, operations, financial resources, marketing, and more. Programs are free and open to the public and taught by industry professionals, not-for-profit agencies, and government agencies.

The City of Chicago Department of Business Affairs & Consumer Protection’s
FREE business education workshops are now available as WEBINARS!
To register visit www.chicago.gov/businesseducation

Watch the Chicago Vaccination Requirement Webinars

Wednesday, 2/16 Webinar at 3:00 PM
How to Open a Concession at O'Hare and Midway International Airports
Presented by the Chicago Department of Aviation - Concessions Department and Unison Retail Management
Are you interested in operating a restaurant or retail 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 also provides an overview of the O'Hare, and Midway airport current Concessions programs; the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (ACDBE) program; and the O'Hare 21 future expansion. Lastly, we will provide you with all the resources you will need to get started.

Thursday, 2/17 at 2:00 PM
Advancing Black Entrepreneurship
In honor and recognition of Black History Month, BACP is hosting a conversation featuring Black-owned businesses. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought economic challenges, but the entrepreneurial spirit continues to thrive in the Black community. The panel features Black entrepreneurs who are reviving our economy through business expansion. Also, learn about resources and tools available for business owners and entrepreneurs.
Moderated by Kenya Merritt, Chicago Chief Small Business Officer
Panelists:
Eric Williams, Bronzeville Winery
Taylor Mason, Taylor’s Tacos
Judy Toland, Vice President Scaled Solutions, Global Business Marketing & Head of Meta Chicago Office
LaForce Baker and Adam Shimer, World Business Chicago

Friday, 2/18 Webinar at 9:30 am
Making Your Business Accessible for People with Disabilities
Presented by the Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities
The Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities provides Disability Awareness & Etiquette training to demonstrate appropriate and strategies when interacting with individuals with disabilities in professional, social, and recreational settings. Now more than ever, businesses need to be inclusive and accommodating to people with disabilities. With over $490 billion of estimated purchasing power, companies, more than ever, should not only understand accessibility as a right but also as a competitive advantage.

Reminders and Resources:

Tips to Protect Chicago's Businesses
The City of Chicago is working diligently to ensure that our business community is prepared for the potential for events, large demonstrations, protest activity and civil unrest. You can view the proactive steps businesses can take to stay protected which include signing up for ChiBiz Emergency Alerts, joining Chicago's Public Private Partnership Initiative, and staying alert.
Neighborhood Business Development Centers
Chicago-based chambers of commerce and business support organizations, often referred to as Neighborhood Business Development Centers (NBDC), assist in the development of small businesses in Chicago, serve as liaison between local businesses and the City of Chicago, and provide neighborhood business development services. They have have a strong neighborhood network and coordinate efforts with local aldermen, the City, and other community partners. They can help start-up entrepreneurs and existing business owners. Find your local NBDC by visiting chicago.gov/NBDC.

Business Education Resources:
To view upcoming webinars, visit www.chicago.gov/businesseducation
To view past webinars, visit www.YouTube.com/ChicagoBACP

Free Tax Prep HelpThe City of Chicago is committed to ensuring that hardworking Chicagoans can access free tax services ...
02/09/2022

Free Tax Prep Help

The City of Chicago is committed to ensuring that hardworking Chicagoans can access free tax services to file their returns and claim their tax refunds. The City of Chicago works with its nonprofit partner, Ladder Up, to offer free tax help throughout the tax season and at various points in the off-season.
Ladder Up is excited to open 13 tax sites throughout the Chicagoland area and is offering in-person and drop-off services to clients for the 2022 tax season.
Visit here https://taxprepchicago.org to Make an Appointment Today or call (312) 588-6900

Avondale Neighborhood PlanThe Avondale Neighborhood Association (ANA) is working with the Chicago Metropolitan Agency fo...
02/09/2022

Avondale Neighborhood Plan

The Avondale Neighborhood Association (ANA) is working with the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP) and the City of Chicago Department of Planning to develop a neighborhood plan that will represent a vision for the future of the community. While the community of Avondale attracts new development, it important to consider a vision that would reflect what development is desired.
To ensure the wants of residents are included in this vision, community engagement will be a central part of this neighborhood plan. We want to hear from you! Please use visit here https://engage.cmap.illinois.gov/avondale-neighborhood-plan?tool=brainstormer#tool_tab

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2808 N. Milwaukee Av.
Chicago, IL
60618

CTA Blue Line or # 56 Bus

Opening Hours

Monday 10am - 1:30pm
Tuesday 10am - 1:30pm
Wednesday 10am - 1:30pm
Thursday 10am - 1:30pm
Friday 10am - 1:30pm

Telephone

(773) 489-3222

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Pierre's Bakery Chicago and Damen Now Open Daily from 8am - 6pm. Free Delivery up to 5 mile radius. Orders at 773-360-8878 or visit us at pierreschicago.com
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Please DM me if you are interested in receiving: - Free rent - Free food - Free college tuition - Guaranteed pay of $800 or more on the 1st and 15th of every month!
Little Broken Things is a local hair salon and small business who interacts with the public in close quarters on a daily basis. We are doing what we feel is the responsible thing to do in the midst of a health crisis and closing our doors for two weeks. Unfortunately, we do not make money unless we are working and are asking for your support. We have created a Gofundme to aid in the relief of our staff and their families. We appreciate our community now more than ever and hope everyone is staying safe during this trying and terrifying time.
Hey Logan Square, Little Broken Things needs your vote! Only 4 days left and every vote helps us get closer to qualifying for the FedEx Small Business Grant! Read below for details, it only takes a second and you can recast your vote every 24 hours! Thank you for all your support!
Hey Logan Square! We are Little Broken Things a small business in Bucktown and we need your help! Vote for us below and help us qualify for the FedEx Small Business Grant! #supportlocal #supportsmallbusiness
Hey Neighbors!! I run a really great comedy show called Best Night Ever Show and I would love if you could all make it to our first show of the new year! Best Night Ever RETURNS! will be February 17th, 9pm @ The Lincoln Lodge (2040 N Milwaukee) You'll see the BEST stand-up comedians in Chicago! Promise! $5 Tickets, GRABEM before they sell out! (TICKET LINK HERE)
Please welcome to the neighborhood, Contretemps Contemporary Ballet! We're a brand new INCLUSIVE AND BODY POSITIVE BALLET COMPANY in residence at VOLTA Performing Arts. We just held an audition and we're so excited to be making opportunities for dancers with underrepresented identities to perform! We have our premiere slated for April 24 and 25. But, we need your help. We need to raise $10,000 by the 28th in order to move forward. Please help make us a mainstay in the neighborhood. Give if you can, share whether or not you can give. Love!
If you are excited about the possibilities the new pop-up ordinance brings but have some questions, attend an info session to learn more.