Baconfest weekend! If you’re going, have an amazing time and check out these five tips for surviving. If you’re not going to Baconfest, there are still a number of fun activities for you to partake in.
Here’s something totally new. The ReBuilding Exchange – Chicago’s first building material reuse center – is hosting a DIY fair on Sunday. Learn about gardening, composting, bee and chicken keeping, weatherization and other awesome green projects. I don’t know much about this organization, but it sounds very cool.
The One Minute Play Festival is back for a second year, featuring plays one-minute plays from almost 50 Chicago playwrights. Performances take place at the Victory Gardens Theater on Sunday and Monday evening at 7:30 p.m.
It’s springtime, and that means more food truck gatherings! I’ve been stalking them on my lunch breaks, but it’s always annoying when they’re spaced out. Head over to the University of Chicago Law School on Saturday at 1:00 p.m. for the meet-up of almost 20 of the city’s food trucks. The gathering is following “My Streets, My Eats,” the annual food truck symposium.
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