The 606 Opening Celebrations June 6–7 , 2015

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The 606 Opening Celebrations June 6–7 , 2015
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DRAKE
LAWNDALE
RIDGEWAY
Stowe
School
PARK
HUMBOLDT
Julia de
Burgos Park
Rhythm
and Rhyme
CTA bus route
The trail is 2.7 miles long, with access
approximately every .25 mile. All access
points are fully accessible to people with
disabilities.
82 KIMBALL/HOMAN
Volunteer tent
SPAULDING
Concessions
SQ U ARE
CTA BLUE LINE
CALIFORNIA
STATION
Yates
School
Humboldt Park
Humboldt
Blvd
Festival
ALBANY
Information
WHIPPLE
L OG AN
HUMBOLDT BLVD
Toilets
70 DIVISION
72 NORTH
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LW
AU
K
MI
74 FULLERTON
56
73 ARMITAGE
The Lutheran
Day Nursury
of Chicago
Moos
School
CALIFORNIA
Library
CTA BLUE LINE
WESTERN STATION
ROCKWELL
Access point
(See reverse for
activity schedule.)
52 KEDZIE/CALIFORNIA
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W ICKE R
PA R K
CTA BLUE LINE
DAMEN STATION
Milwaukee/
Leavitt
Park No. 567
Art Making
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MI
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St Mary
of the Angels
School
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Clybourn
Metra Station
Ri
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CTA BLUE LINE
DIVISION STATION
56
Walsh Park/
East Trailhead
Nature Play
ica
go
Churchill
Field
Family Recess
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Find The N606
at Bloomingdale
ort
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ra North),C running
Avenue (1800
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from Ashland on the east
to
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Ridgeway on the west.
50 DAMEN
On-street
bikeway
DAMEN
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WOOD
UP
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MARSHFIELD
The Bloomingdale
Trail
49 WESTERN
EXELON
OBSERVATORY
Ridgeway/
West Trailhead
Oasis
MD
WESTERN
The 606 Opening Celebrations
June 6–7, 2015
CTA BLUE LINE
LOGAN SQUARE STATION
9 ASHLAND
The606.org/OpeningDay
For details on activities and features you can enjoy
all summer long at The 606, visit: The606.org
donors, with ­s pecial thanks to the Reva and David Logan
Foundation and the Exelon Corporation. Additional
support from Lifeway Foods and Clif Bar.
These festivities have been made possible by many generous
A.L.S.O • Ag47 • Alex’s Music Studio • Bickerdike Redevelopment
Corporation • Burr Elementary School • Busy Beaver ­
Button
­Company • Buya • Chicago Arts Partners in Education • ­Chicago
Drum Battery • Chicago High School for the ­Performing Arts •
Chicago Police Department, 14th and 25th Districts • ­­Chicago
Public Library • Chicago ­
Transit A
­ uthority • The Children’s
Place Association • CircEsteem • Circo Nacional de P­ uerto Rico •
CorePower Yoga B
­ ucktown • D
­ evil in a Woodpile • E­levarte
• Free Street ­
Theater • Friends of the Bloomingdale Trail •
Harmony House for Cats • ­
Humboldt Park Healthy ­
Corridors­
Committee • Humboldt Park D
­ iabetes Empowerment Center •
­Illinois Bicycle Lawyers • Kaiju Daaiko • Kuumba Lynx • La Casa
Norte • L­atin Street Dancing • Letter Writers Alliance • LSNA
• LUCHA • Luftwerk • Manual Cinema • McAuliffe ­Elementary
School • McCormick Tribune YMCA • Moos ­Elementary School •
Museum of ­Contemporary Art • ­Opera-Matic • ­Peggy ­Notebaert
Nature Museum • P­ hysicians ­Immediate Care • ­Presence & Saints
Mary & ­Elizabeth Medical Center • Puerto Rican Arts Alliance •
­Quilombo Cultural Center • Saint Mary of the Angels School
• Segundo Ruiz Belvis Cultural Center • SitStayRead • Slow Roll
­Chicago • ­Spanish Coalition for Housing • Stowe ­Elementary
School • Theater Ooblek • The Actors G
­ ymnasium • The ­Hideout •
The Silver Room • TRACE • Uprise Skate Shop • Voice of the City •
West Town Bikes • Working Bikes • Yates Elementary School
• Youth Service Project
Partners for Opening Celebrations
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Guide to Opening Festivities
OPENING DAY
6/06/15
Up and down, and all along The 606, we’ve planned
lots of fun, featuring a street festival on Humboldt Boulevard. Check out the schedule, consult the map (other
side), and spend the day with us on The 606.
Locations:
T Trail Wide
R R
idgeway (Oasis)
J Julia de Burgos Park
(Rhythm and Rhyme)
H H
umboldt ­Boulevard
(Festival)
M Milwaukee/Leavitt
(Art Making)
C C
hurchill Park
(Family Recess)
W Walsh Park
(Nature Play)
Humboldt Street Festival Gather on Humboldt Blvd. to celebrate the community spirit that launched The 606 with music, SummerDance, and dozens of hands-on activities.
Wabansia SummerDance Stage
10 am
Sénéké West
African Percussion
Ensemble
10:30 am
Buya
Cortland Stage
Presented with Segundo Ruiz Belvis Cultural
Center, The Silver Room and The Hideout
All Day
HH
ands-on activity stations,
refreshments, and complementary bike valet
11 am
Johnny
Rodriguez
Septet
2 pm
HO
pera-Matic: Flag &
Music-­Making till 3:30pm
12 pm
Golden Ranch
Square Dance
1:45 pm
Puerto Rican Arts
Ensemble “Taller”
Cuatro Ensemble
12 pm
Duane Powell
1:30 pm
Devil in a
Woodpile
3:30 pm
HO
pera-Matic Procession
H Circo Nacional de Puerto
3 pm
Joel Paterson’s
Swingtet
5 pm
Funkadesi and
Bollywood Grooves
7 pm
Latin Street
Dancing
3 pm
Dos Santos:
Anti-Beat Orquesta
5 pm
DJ Spinna
7 pm
Robbie Fulks
4 pm
H Comparsa/Procession
w/Segundo Ruiz Belvis
­Cultural Center
Rico till 4pm
8:30 pm
Join us on Humboldt Blvd
for Illumination Hour
Presented with
H From 6:30-8:30 work with artists to make
illuminated objects, then at 8:30 light The 606
along with Luftwerk’s TransLIT, a dynamic
projected video inspired by flora and fauna.
Refreshments are sponsored by Revolution ­Brewing and local ­restaurants—Día de los Tamales, Dimo’s Pizza, P
­ arson’s Chicken and Fish, La Bomba
Neighborhood Park
­Activities
W Your Guide to City Gardening
8 am
TRibbon Cuttings w/Friends of the
Bloomingdale Trail
W
9 am
T Pop-Up Processions
R Oasis Station: Water, concessions, tables & shade till 9pm
RW
est Town Bike Procession
departs
10 am
JC
halk Mandalas & Poetry till 4pm
WD
ry-land Fly-casting w/Chicago
Park District Fishing Guys till 4pm
WC
rafting Naturally w/Rachel
Weaver Rivera till 4pm
C
C
C
till 4pm
Big City Wilderness w/Chicago
Park District till 4pm
Imagination Playground, Life-size
board games & Baggo till 4pm
Yoga till 11am
Kite Flying, Hula Hooping,
Jump Roping till 1pm
11am
J Inferno Mobile Recording Studio–
Stories of The 606 till 4pm
J Button Making till 4pm
W Opera-Matic: Flag & Music-­
Making till 12:30pm
M Opera-Matic: Flag & Music-­
Making till 12:30pm
CC
roquet, Bocce Ball &
­Badminton till 1pm
W Live Animals­—Flint Creek till 1pm
Noon
WD
ry-land Fly-casting w/Chicago
Park District Fishing Guys till 4pm
WC
rafting Naturally w/Rachel
Weaver Rivera till 4pm
WC
ity Gardening till 4pm
W B ig City Wilderness w/Chicago
Park District till 4pm
JD
J Set w/Maria Garduno till 12pm
R Sun Gazing w/ Joseph Guzman
till 3pm
C Imagination Playground, Life-size
board games & Baggo till 4pm
CK
ite Flying, Hula Hooping,
Jump Roping till 1pm
12:30 pm
JY
olanda Nieves, SRBCC &
­Neighborhood Poets till 2pm
MO
pera-Matic Procession
WO
pera-Matic Procession
1 pm
CK
ickball Tourney w/Chicago
Park District till 4pm
R Youth “Moving In to The 606”
Procession
W Live animals w/Animal Quest
till 3pm
2 pm
WD
ry-land Fly-casting w/Chicago
Park District Fishing Guys till 4pm
WC
rafting Naturally w/Rachel
Weaver Rivera till 4pm
WC
ity Gardening till 4pm
W B ig City Wilderness w/Chicago
Park District till 4pm
J Capoiera w/Quilombo Cultural
Center till 2:30pm
M Opera-Matic: Flag & Music-­
Making till 3:30pm
2:30 pm
J Interactive Drum Circle
w/John Yost till 3pm
3 pm
J Storytelling w/Mama Edie
till 3:30pm
3:30 pm
J DJ Set w/Maria Garduno till
4pm
4 pm
M Kaiju Daiko Drum Ensemble
till 5pm
Sunday, June 7 — 1
0 am-1 pm Community Pancake Breakfast at McCormick Tribune YMCA, 1834 North Lawndale—presented by Friends of Bloomingdale Trail and The Trust for Public Land.
8pm till midnight H Luftwerk’s TransLIT, a dynamic projected video inspired by flora and fauna, will illuminate the Humboldt viaduct.