Now that spring weather has finally arrived (sort of), we can fully enjoy all that is Logan Square. If you are looking for activities for the whole family, don’t look far—the neighborhood offers fun for all. Enjoy the warm(er) weather and check out these pretty neat events and programs taking place in the coming weeks.
Little Miss Ann Concert
Old Town School of Folk Music’s very own Little Miss Ann will be performing at Liberty Bank’s (2329 N. Milwaukee Ave.) parking lot on Saturday, April 13 at 11 am. Little Miss Ann’s music, which is geared toward children, has garnered much attention and has been featured in notable publications such as Chicago Tribune and Chicago Parent. The cost is free.
Fine Arts for Kids
Are you looking for an activity that exclusively focuses on the development of the arts for your child? Voice of the City has been actively introducing Logan Square/Avondale adolescents to the many facets of art, such as music, dance and theater.
This educational experience will be held at the Hairpin Arts Center (2800 N. Milwaukee Ave.) on Saturday, April 6 at 9:45 am. The cost of the program varies. Please visit voiceofthecity.org for more information.
This past Saturday, Chicago acknowledged Earth Day by encouraging residents to shut off the lights for one hour. Locally, Unity Park (2636 N. Kimball Ave.) is participating in keeping the neighborhood tidy by having a clean-up day. Come out on Saturday, April 20 and bring the family to help keep the park clean and safe for all to enjoy. Clean-up starts promptly at 10 a.m.
In the Park with Civic Orchestra of Chicago
Join your neighbors at Kosciuszko Park (2732 N. Avers Ave.) for a free concert by the MusiCorps, part of the Civic Orchestra of Chicago, on Saturday, April 27. MusiCorps are members of the orchestra who mentor and perform at different community venues throughout Chicago. ‘The concert is recommended for children ages 5 and up. All concerts take place indoors.