Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Weekend in the Square: Spice it up with a Latino Culinary Tour!
Spice up your weekend with the Logan Square Latino Culinary Tour on Saturday, Sept. 25th from 11 AM to 3:30 PM.
Tour begins at Multilingual Chicago language with a Spanish lesson,
and then takes participants to six
local restaurants featuring cuisines from Ecuador, El Salvador, Puerto Rico, Colombia, Panama and Cuba. Admission:$45 per person includes Spanish lesson, food, drinks and transportation. Register in advance on Multilingual's website.
Take a Neighborhood Bike Tour on Sunday to burn calories from yesterday's delectable Latino feast. The four-hour tour starts at 1:00 PM at the Logan Square Centennial Monument, and will take travel through the Boulevard systems historic mansions and buildings as well as neighborhood parks and gardens. For more information visit: http://bigshouldersrealty.com/things/tours/2010.php
After the weekend's over, be inspired on Wednesday, Sept. 29th during a free workshop by entrepreneurs/life coaches Nan Watts of Inspired Coaching and Carolyn Ou of Sandbox Consulting at Multilingual Chicago from 6-8pm. Space is limited! To save your seat, go to http://unhookedunplugged929.eventbrite.com
October is Chicago Artists Month and Logan Square will be bustling with activity. Be sure that the following art events and gallery openings are on your radar:
Logan Square's Sulzen Fine Art Studio Travels to Concordia University: Sun, Oct 17
"The City as Studio" Artists Month Milwaukee Avenue Art Walk: Oct 9-24
Anysquared's Life in Progress (LIP) Series: October 3, 8, 18 & 27
featuring film screenings, open studios, a benefit and a group show featuring Logan Square artists Tracy Kostenbader, Brett Swinney, Julia Rochholz, Ryan Scheidt, Maria Hummel and Iris Iris Pasic (one of 12 featured artists chosen by Chicago Artists Month). Congrats Iris Iris!