Join us on Friday, September 14th, at 7:30pm for the next Second Friday Coffeehouse, presented by the Peoples Church of Chicago.
Andina and Rich are Sandy Andina of Chicago and Stephen Lee Rich of Madison, WI. Their guitar, dulcimer, vocals, harmony, and humor are sure to delight you. Check out their website here, and then come to their free concert on the 14th. The concert will be in Molly’s Cafe on floor 3 1/2. Take the elevator to the third floor and walk up half a flight of steps.
Mark your calendars for July 13th at 7:30pm, when Sue Fink will perform at our monthly Coffeehouse. Admission is always free, and coffee and delicious lemon squares are available for purchase. Bring your friends!
Since 2001, Chicago-based singer-songwriter Sue Fink has been enchanting audiences with her whimsical perspective on the world. She shares witty social commentary and perceptive observations of the human condition. Her genre, “urban campfire cabaret,” is folk with a hint of jazz, a large dollop of humor, and a drop of sadness for good measure: think Christine Lavin, with a dash of Rickie Lee Jones, Melanie, and Nellie McKay. http://suefink.com
Be sure to join us for the Peoples Church Coffeehouse on Friday, June 8th featuring folk-rock singer/songwriter Emily White! Admission is always free, and coffee and baked goods are available for purchase.
Independent folk-rock touring singer/songwriter Emily White has been described as standing out “conspicuously from the pack…with her hushed, preternaturally haunting vocal delivery (and bewitching sense of indie-rock-informed melody” (Connect Savannah). She has released four albums to date, the most recent being the Kai Welch-produced LP “Staking Flags in the Valley.” In creating her show, she “adds an infusion of humor, audibly diverse musical influences and a truly singular sound that may leave even the most severe folk cynics entertained.” (Asheville Citizen-Times) She is based out of Chicago, but travels regularly throughout the US, captivating crowds with her unique voice and favorite Martin guitar, bringing her Southern roots and Midwestern charm to each city she visits. Find out more at www.emily-white.com.
Wednesday, February 28th, 7-8:30, 1st Floor Foyer
PBC is excited to be co-hosting this event with Lawyers for the Creative Arts: You’ve heard it’s a good idea to incorporate, and you’re doing good work for others. But what kind of business should you set up, and what are the basic differences between a for-profit and a not-for-profit business? What does it mean to have a “social purpose” and become tax-exempt?
Jan Feldman, LCA’s Executive Director, leads LCA’s Nonprofit and Tax Exemption Workshop, now running 5x a year for more than 10 years. Jan will lead a discussion about basic corporate forms, sound business practices, and the benefits and burdens of nonprofit status, among other topics. With more than 35 years of nonprofit fundraising and arts board membership, all the while practicing as a commercial litigator, Jan has valuable advice about issues you should be aware of as you move into the “corporate” world.
Free and open to the public, but you need to register your seat:
Six days a week (every day but Wednesday), Two Li’l Fishes serves a hot lunch to the community. Doors open at 11:30 and lunch is served from 12:30 to 1:00. To volunteer, email 2lilfishes or call 773-784-6633.
Join us in Molly’s Café (floor 3 ½) for Second Friday Coffeehouses each month. Enjoy folk music, coffee, and refreshments with friends. Here are the upcoming dates and artists for 2018:
January 12th – Louis Bardales and Amy Hodapp
February 9th – February Sky
March 9th – Cheshire Moon
April 13th – February Sky (rescheduled)
May 11th – Anna Stange
June 8th – Emily White (cancelled, hope to reschedule)
July 13th – Sue Fink
(No Coffeehouse in August)
September 14th – Andina and Rich
October 12th – Susan and Company
November 9th – TBD
December 14th – TBD