Nice knowing you, February.
Fritz Pastry Bread Subscription Program
What: Pick up a freshly baked loaf every week for $25 a month.
Why: Baker Jaime Podgorny makes a mean sage slab from vegan vegetable stock; challah; beer bread; vegan molasses; and whole wheat.
When: Pick-up every Tues., 7 a.m.-1 p.m.
Where: 1408 W. Diversey Pkwy., at Southport Ave. (773-857-2989). To sign up, email email@example.com.
Food Warehouse Sale
What: Stock up on gourmet foodstuffs — all curated by artisan food foragers — at the event hosted by The Scrumptious Pantry.
Why: Single-blossom honeys, TCHO chocolate, Ortiz and Matiz seafood conservas, Lillie’s Q barbecue sauces, Rustic Bakery cookies, and other morsels of goodness.
When: Sat., 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Where: 3230 W. Fullerton Pkwy., at Kedzie Ave. (301-979-9751). Admission is free.
Reimagine: a Bollywood Retrospective
What: Kalapriya Dance kicks things up with a show of original choreography, including classical Indian movement and Bollywood steps recalling the ’50s and ’60s.
Why: Movie clips featuring starlet Vyjayanthimala projected in the background.
When: Fri. & Sat., 7:30 p.m.
Where: Ruth Page Center for the Arts, 1016 N. Dearborn St., at Oak St. (312-337-6543). Tickets ($25) at brownpapertickets.com.
King Spa & Sauna
What: Escape the cold at the worth-the-drive Niles oasis, where you can bounce from one healing sauna to another (themed rooms include salt, charcoal, amethyst, and base rock).
Why: Massages, facials, meditation rooms, a movie theater, hot and cold baths, and Korean food so good you’ll want to call your mom.
When: All day, every day, all year.
Where: 809 Civic Center Dr., Niles (847-972-2540). General admission is $25 (spa services and base rock room entry cost extra).
The 16th Annual European Union Film Festival
What: Sit back and enjoy 61 new international selections, from historical dramas to screwball comedies.
Why: Don’t miss the Bulgarian flick Faith, Love & Whiskey, a gripping romance that plunges you into after-hours Eastern Europe.
When: Fri.-Mar. 28. For a schedule of films, go to siskelfilmcenter.org.
Where: Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State St., b/t Randolph & Lake Sts. (312-846-2600). Individual tickets are $11.
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