Jenny Rossignuolo, owner of Urban Source, 1429 W Chicago Ave. Credit: Candice C. Cusic Photography / Provided

WEST TOWN — The 10th annual West Town Art Walk begins this weekend with in-person and virtual events designed to support small businesses and galleries.

Starting Friday, several West Town bars, restaurants, galleries, retail stores and other businesses will offer special discounts or free events. The art walk ends Oct. 3.

Some events are virtual while others will be held in person with social distancing.

For example, from noon-4 p.m. Saturday, artist Mary Fedorowski will create a live painting at Neighborly, 1909 W. Division St. And during both weekends ARC Educational Foundation, 1463 W. Chicago Ave., will open its doors for art exhibitions.

View a map of participating businesses here. Times and dates vary.

Established in 2011, the West Town Art Walk is sponsored by the West Town Chamber of Commerce. Learn more about the West Town Art Walk here.

Chris Hunt, owner of Seek Vintage, 1433 W. Chicago Ave. Credit: Candice C. Cusic Photography / Provided

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