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«Friday May 12, 2017»
Start: 4:00 pm
End: 7:00 pm

Friday, May 12th 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
St John Berchmans
2511 W. Logan Bl.
For more information visit boulevardbolt5k.com/ or call rochelle at 773-486-1334

We invite you to come pick up your race packet and carb load (not running? come carb load anyway) on Friday and run our 5K on Saturday!

St. John Berchmans School has been part of the Logan Square Community for more than a century, providing excellence in educational standards.

Start: 6:30 pm
End: 7:30 pm

Friday, May 12th 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
City Lit Books
2523 N. Kedzie

City Lit Books is hosting a fundraiser event for TRANSIT, a not for profit Chicago-based residency that serves artists in the Midwest, to bring you THIS EVENT BUILDS COMMUNITY: How Hyper-Local Collaboration Can Support the Arts and Free Expression. Referencing Woody Guthrie’s famous 1941 “this machine kills fascists,” this event will feature a discussion led by Curator and Educator Jessica Cochran with Brandon Graham about the value of the arts in a time of funding threats and escalating censorship. This is a ticketed event: purchase tickets in advance for $10, or $12 at the door. Admission includes one limited edition letterpress poster. For more information and to purchase tickets click here

Start: 7:30 pm
End: 10:30 pm

Friday, May 12th 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Exelon Observatory
1801 N. Ridgeway Av.
For more information click here

Jupiter will be prominent in our skies, so large that 1321 Earths could fit within the massive planet. The Beehive star cluster in Cancer will display beautifully in telescopic eyepieces. The Binary star system of Alcor & Mizar in the handle of the Big Dipper will test the eyesight of sky lovers
Near the end of our observation session, the waxing Moon is in conjunction with the Red Giant star Antares, rising at 9:43 pm. On this date, the Moon will be the farthest from Earth, (Apogee) at 252,358 miles away. Also, Libration wobble will tip the lunar South Pole toward Earth for a peek of areas usually hidden. Telescopes will bring the lunar surface up close for exploration.

Sunset 8:01 pm

Weather permitting

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