International Women’s Day Edgewater Crawl
On March 8th we celebrated women-owned and/or operated businesses and organizations in Edgewater on International Women’s Day with food tastings, drink samples and live pop up activations along the crawl’s route. This year, we walked along Broadway and Granville to tour women-owned businesses, chat with inspiring small business owners, and savor the neighborhood’s unique flavors. This international movement supports great causes and helps the business community attain #EachforEqual.
This year, a portion of ticket sales benefits Loom Chicago, a local nonprofit that supports women with refugee status to create beautiful hand-made fiber crafts such as knitwear, crochet, accessories, jewelry, apparel and home decor.
Loom Chicago is a fiber arts social enterprise with Catholic Charities Refugee Resettlement Program. They offer studio space, materials and workshops to women within the Chicago refugee community who knit, crochet, weave and sew to create beautiful handmade products that are for sale. Learn more about Loom’s program and mission.
Thank you to all of our participants and sponsors for helping make this event possible!
|Women-Owned/Operated Participating Stop||Address||What to Expect|
|Chicago Mosaic School||1127 West Granville||Official Check-in Location
Check-in to begin your crawl, take a gallery tour, create a mini tile mosaic and enjoy a tasting from Greenstar Brewing.
|Gallery 1070||1070 W Granville Ave||
Explore the gallery, check out the creation by Loom Chicago,
|Farm Bar||1133 W Granville Ave||
Revolution Brewing hosts a beer tasting and
Farm Bar presents their cheese curds and doughnuts and Bloody Mary bar.
|Ethiopian Diamond||6120 N Broadway||
Experience a sampling of Ethiopian foods with beer from ERIS Brewing
while Viola Project offers some Shakespearean discourse.
|Edge of Sweetness||6034 N Broadway||
Taste the fresh Brunch items and baked goods featuring products from Hooked on Fish.
|Bark Bark Club||5943 N Broadway||Mimosa Station!!!|
|Margaret Hagerty State Farm||1206 W Rosedale||Savor donuts and double chocolate pepita bread from SmackDab and chat real estate with Karen Holt Properties and insurance with Margaret Hagerty.|
|Fixer||5838 N Broadway||
and snack on Cookies from Cookies and Carnitas.
This event is open to the general public, all ages and genders. Whether you’re an Edgewater resident interested in showing your support of women-owned small businesses, a parent looking for a fun day out to bond with the kids, a foodie out on the prowl to discover new treats or friends planning a brunch date to wrap up the weekend, the International Women’s Day Edgewater Crawl has you covered. Is this Crawl for Me? Yes, Everyone is Welcome!
Purchase tickets online by Saturday, March 7 at 12:00pm. Tickets will be sold onsite as well on a first-come, first-served basis.
Chamber Members: $30+ service fee
Non Members: $35 + service fee
Contact Andrew Miller, Events Manager, at email@example.com for Student/Senior Pricing information. Tickets include a tote bag, free samples along the crawl’s stops and participation in the crawl’s interactive activities.
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