Friends of Transit Print Invitational
What: I am Logan Square’s new gallery gets broken in with a multiartist exhibit of prints influenced by a shared love of travel.
Why: Sales support Transit Residency Program’s efforts to provide artists with time and space to create new works.
When: Thru Oct. 30. Opening reception, Fri., 6-8:30 p.m.
Where: 2644 N. Milwaukee Ave., at Kedzie Ave.
What: The chefs from Le Bouchon and La Sardine surface for a night of global street food, including pulled pork crepes with whiskey and Coca-Cola barbecue sauce.
Why: They’re joined by photos and graffiti constructions by Brian Franczyk and live sax by Joe Brown.
When: Sat., 6-9:30 p.m.
Where: Sip Coffee House, 1223 W. Grand Ave., at Ogden Ave. (312-563-1123).
Bangers & Lace One-Year Anniversary
What: In honor of 365 days of pork-and-beer bliss, the restaurant roasts a rare Swabian-Hall pig and taps into a wooden cask of unfiltered lager.
Why: All you can eat and drink for just $20 (while the food and beer lasts).
When: Sun., noon.
Where: 1670 W. Division St., at Paulina St. (773-252-6499).
Andersonville Dessert Crawl
What: The neighborhood pot sweetens with a choice of three walking routes, each with restaurants, lounges, and bakeries handing out treats.
Why: Banana cream tart from M. Henry, pumpkin crumble bar from A Taste of Heaven, apple Italian ice from Vincent, and more.
When: Sun., 2-5 p.m.
Where: Start at Swedish American Museum, 5211 N. Clark St., at Foster Ave. Tickets ($20) online at brownpapertickets.com or at the door ($25).
Lori’s Fall Transition Sale
What: Traipse through leaves with new shoes, handbags, clothes, and accessories at up to 30 percent off.
Why: There are more than 250 designer items to rake through.
When: While stock lasts.
Where: Locations here; online at lorisshoes.com.
Art: Kathleen Judge / Courtesy of I Am Logan Square; Matthew Messmer / Courtesy of I am Logan Square