Friday, September 25, 2009

Weekend Events


Fiesta Latina at North Park University
It's Hispanic Heritage Month, so the Latin American Studies Association (LASO) is throwing a party, and all are welcome to attend. The fiesta will take place in Hamming Hall, located off Kedzie and Foster, and goes from 7pm- midnight. Price is TBA?


Property Tax Appeal Workshop
Alderman Mell is hosting a Property Tax Appeal workshop, for property owners that received a "notice of proposed assessed valuation of taxes payable in 2010." The aim of this workshop is to help property owners understand, answer questions and estimate their new proposed property taxes. The workshop will be held at Gordon Tech H.S., on 3633 N California, goes from 10am-3pm.

Project 24 Performance at North Park University
Project 24 is a theater festival where all the plays are written 24 hours in advance, by students, alumni and "Chicago theater professionals". The festival is free, and takes place at the Lecture Hall Auditorium , located between Carmen and Foster in the middle of NPU's campus. The event starts at 7pm.


Independence Park Farmer's market
Independence Park is located off Irving Park and Hamlin, just outside of the Albany Park boundary. Over 30 vendors will be participating on Sunday, and the event goes from 9am - 1pm.

CCN Health Fair
The Compassionate Care Network was created by the Albany Park Neighborhood Council in order to provide residents without health insurance access to a physician. The fair goes from 10am- 12pm, and takes place at the Immaculate Heart of Mary (also outside of boundary, at N Christiana & Grace)

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