Homewood Arts Council

The 'run' for everyone: Arts council brings back popular 0.3K fund run

On Saturday, Sept. 21, downtown Homewood will again be a slacker’s paradise when the Homewood Arts Council will convene its second annual “race” to raise money for the organization. The Homewood 0.3K, “A Fund Run for the Rest of Us!” will give participants two hours, from 4 to 6 p.m., to make the two-block trek from the intersection of Martin Avenue and Hickory Road to the intersection of Martin Avenue and Ridge Road. 

 

Page 2: The Chronicle looks to funding its future

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In June, the Homewood-Flossmoor Chronicle turned 5. Time to explore options for building on the foundation. Also: Recyclepalooza volunteers help area residents repurpose and recycle difficult items, Homewood Arts Council opens its gallery and MABAS 24 President Kevin Welsh expresses concerns about another possible hospital closure in the South Suburbs.

New arts organization's gallery opens Thursday

The Homewood Arts Council is planning the Thursday grand opening of its art gallery at 2023 Ridge Road from 6 to 10 p.m. For local art lovers, it will be a prelude to Homewood's Artisan Street Fair, which begins on Friday.

Local artists invited to meet-and-greet Monday to join Homewood Arts Council efforts

[Note: New date due to the weather.]

The new Homewood Arts Council's mission is to connect local artists to each other and to the community. The organization's next step will be a meet-and-greet event at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb 4. All local artists are invited to stop by Bottle & Bottega, 2009 Ridge Road in Homewood.

Hobo Night crowd misses stories by Hobo Joe

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The Homewood community remembers 'Hobo' Joe Krol, a fixture of Hobo Night and the St. Joe's fish fries.

Meanwhile, neighbors celebrate powerful expressions during a local spoken word gathering.

Then, Homewood Stories reaches a milestone birthday, celebrating five years of lively storytelling.

Read Eric Crump's latest column.

Underachievers unite to support the arts and Cancer Support Center

Runners tend to dress in shorts and light shirts to help with comfort and performance. Angela Brozowski came to the Homewood Business Association's first 0.3K "run" on Saturday dressed as a unicorn. "It makes me fast and glittery," she said. "I can run on rainbows, soar over everybody." It was that kind of race.

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