Stop by the Alley Chicago on Sept. 4th from 12-6 p.m. for Odd in Avondale.
You can see the Batman car, check out unusual merchandise from a variety of vendors, and take advantage of great deals on USA leather made jackets.
Calling all live music fans! The Rockwell Street Blues and Jazz Street Stroll features live music, incredible vendors, food trucks and more.
This free event will be held Saturday, Sept. 3rd from 12-9 p.m. at Rockwell and Irving Park behind Burning Bush Brewery (4014 N. Rockwell Street).
Hosted by Delmark Records, the music lineup includes Bob Stroger & The Headcutters (pictured), Jimmy Burns, Demetria Taylor, the Frank Catalano Quintet and more.
North Branch Works is celebrating forty years of fighting for businesses, fostering high-quality job creation, and advocating for our service area.
Our long history wouldn't have been possible without the support of our members and partners.
We hope you'll join us to celebrate on Oct. 20th from 6-8 p.m. Our Fall Gala will be held at MxD (1415 N. Cherry Street) on Goose Island.
To purchase tickets, please go here.
Have you ever traveled by industrial businesses on Elston and wondered what happens on these sites?
Here's your chance to find out. Join us for a walking tour of industrial businesses in the North Branch.
The tour starts at 2017 N. Mendell Street and wraps up with a tour and lunch at Local Foods.
To sign up, please go here.
Please join us for a community jobs fair on June 23rd from 1-4 p.m. at the Linda and Bill Gantz Boys and Girls Club (2915 N. Leavitt Street). Chicago residents exploring the jobs market and area companies with openings are invited. There's no cost to participate.
Enjoy a boat tour of the North Branch on June 16th from 5-7 p.m. Our program will feature the latest updates on major development projects in our service area, namely:
Manufacturing Renaissance Council and North Branch Works are excited to host a Manufacturing Summit on March 24th at 10 a.m. To sign up, please go here.
This virtual event will feature an engaging dialogue about manufacturing and how we can support its continued growth in Chicago.