Andersonville Chamber of Commerce
- Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
- Bronzeville, Near South Side
- Englewood, Chatham
- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Jefferson Park, Portage Park
- Lakeview, Boystown, Wrigleyville
- Lincoln Park, Old Town
- Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park
- Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale
- Pilsen, Little Village, West Loop
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
Andersonville Farmers Market Returns May 12 With In-Person And Online Options
Last year's farmers market relied on customers ordering online due to the pandemic — but now people can buy in person again.
Andersonville, Rogers Park Business Districts Get Floral Makeovers For Earth Day
Rogers Park businesses will be handing out free seeds for neighbors to plant, and Andersonville businesses have spring specials.
Woman-Owned Tattoo Shop Moving From Ukrainian Village To Andersonville, Taking Over Former Mary’s Attic Space
Evoke Tattoos plans to open in July on the second floor of the former Hamburger Mary's building. "Bringing them to the neighborhood is a huge win for us," a chamber of commerce leader said.
Andersonville’s ‘InSidewalk Sale’ Offers Pandemic-Friendly Take On Annual Outdoor Shopping Event
The annual sidewalk sale will have an online component for this weekend's event, but plenty of in-person options as well.
Andersonville Mom Opens ‘Sandbox Baby Boutique,’ A Kids’ Clothing Store On Clark Street
As a stay-at-home mom in Andersonville, Stephanie Sinnott saw a local need for children's clothing and parent resources. Sandbox Baby Boutique seeks to fill that need.
Andersonville’s Midsommarfest Canceled For 2nd Straight Year Due To Coronavirus
"We must continue to put the health and safety of our patrons, artists, performers, vendors and sponsors first," Andersonville chamber leadership said.
Andersonville Restaurant Week Turns Into Restaurant Month, With Takeout Specials
At least 17 local restaurants will offer special prix fixe to-go menus throughout March.
Andersonville Small Businesses Hosting ‘Window Plays,’ Series Of Performances That Can Be Viewed From The Sidewalk
Stop Motion Plant will host six recurring performances in storefronts along Clark Street, making it one of the few live, in-person theater experiences since the pandemic began.
Andersonville’s Hygge Fest Will Help You Stay Cozy — And Stay Indoors — During Bitter Cold February
The month-long event will include the Great Andersonville Puzzle Exchange and a "coffee and cocoa crossover" with Lincoln Square and Ravenswood businesses.
Andersonville’s Ándale Market Brings ‘Curated Corner Store’ To Clark Street
Hyde Park resident Mia Sakai said the grab-and-go business is needed in Andersonville and is pandemic-friendly.
Shop Andersonville Small Businesses And Get A Virtual Visit From Santa This Holiday Season
Ten people who spend at least $35 at Andersonville stores will get a chance to win a personal thank you from Santa via Zoom.
Andersonville Ice Cream Shop Launches Contest For Best Pandemic-Friendly Halloween Candy Delivery System
The winner of the most inventive socially distanced trick-or-treating system will win five pints of ice cream.
Andersonville Hosting Socially Distanced Trick-Or-Treating Event With Free Candy For Kids
The event on Catalpa Avenue will be a "grab-and-go experience," according to the local chamber of commerce.
Restaurant And Bar Workers Can Get Free Coronavirus Tests Wednesday In Andersonville
The site will allow workers to get tested just as the city is set to roll back coronavirus restrictions on restaurants and bars.
Andersonville ‘Movie In The Park-ing Lot’ Called Off After City Says Patrons Must Attend In Cars, Organizers Say
The movies in the parking lot behind Cheetah Gym were intended to be fundraisers for the Andersonville Chamber of Commerce.
Andersonville’s ‘Say Their Names’ Street Art Honors Black Transgender People Lost To Violence
Portraits and hundreds of names of those lost to violence now adorn Andersonville's Black Trans Lives Matter street mural.
Black Trans Lives Matter Mural Takes Over Andersonville Street
Twenty-two artists collaborated on the mural on Catalpa Avenue.
Andersonville March For Social Justice To Take Over Clark Street Saturday
The Saturday rally is just the latest protest in Andersonville following incidents of racism in the neighborhood.
Andersonville Hosting Virtual Midsommarfest To Benefit Small Business Community
Midsommarfest is postponed until late August, but a virtual event will take place on its previously scheduled weekend.
Andersonville Restaurant Week Returns Friday With $10, $20 And $30 Specials
At least 24 restaurants will participate in the 10-day special event.