The Beverly Area Arts Alliance Art Walk: Pandemograms, Oct. 1
Installations, exhibitions and murals various neighborhood, continues Thursday, Oct. 1, 6 to 9 p.m. Pandemograms are creative expressions during a pandemic that support and celebrate the arts while respecting and bridging social distance. Details and sites at beverlyarts.org. Read more in the Chicago Tribune.
All That Good Stuff Outdoor Comedy Show, Thurs., Oct. 1, 7 p.m.
Barraco's parking lot, 2105 W. 95th St., $10 tickets, and Cork & Kerry beer garden, 10614 S. Western, Thurs., Oct. 15, 7:30 p.m. $10 tickets. Admission limited, masks required.
95th Street Farmers Market~Sunday, Oct. 4, 11, 18 & 25 ~ 8:00-1:00
In the parking lot at 95th and Longwood Drive. Market shoppers will be required to follow health guidelines that include wearing masks, staying 6 feet apart from market patrons, not touching produce or products, and not consuming food on the premises. Do not attend the market if you have a temperature or are feeling sick. Everyone will receive an application of hand sanitizer when entering the market. Find market updates on Facebook.
History Mystery Bike Adventure continues through Oct. 31
The Final Challenge: Game #5 in BAPA’s History Mystery Bike Adventure continues through Oct. 31 in Morgan Park. Find the clue sheet online. Bring out the whole family to enjoy biking through our community and tracking down clever clues about local history and architecture. To compete for prizes, take a picture of your completed puzzle solution and email to email@example.com. All five games are available anytime at BAPA.org.
Mental Health Monday, Oct. 5,
Via Zoom. Register for link: Repfranhurley@gmail.com or 773-445-8128.
Senior Tech Tuesday, Oct. 6, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
19th Ward Office, 10400 S. Western Ave. Appointments needed: 773-445-8128.
Free Store, Wednesday, October 7, 14, 21 and 28, from 4 to 6 p.m.
Formed through a partnership with Turpin Cares, BAPA and the 19th Ward Mutual Aid group, the Free Store provides local residents in need with an array of products that have been donated. The Free Store has served over 200 families and distributed over 2,000 items. It will remain open as long as the need remains. Donations are accepted and can be dropped off at the Free Store during open hours.