Paint Out: Andersonville
April 8 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm CDT
From the early 1800s until 1960, Swedes ranked as Chicago’s fifth-largest foreign-born group. One of the areas settled by Swedes was a bucolic subdivision called Andersonville. If you’ve never been to Andersonville, you’re in for a pleasant surprise. It’s known for its 19th century row houses, as well as charming antique shops, cafes and great ‘after paint out’ eateries. You’ll find all of this along Clark Street, a popular commercial strip. Painting locations anywhere from Foster north to Bryn Mawr and side streets.
Restrooms in the many cafes along Clark. Street parking.