Austin neighbors who are facing hunger issues because of the COVID-19 pandemic are welcome at a pop-up food pantry each Saturday morning through the end of August at Third Unitarian Church. The pantry will be open from 10 a.m. to noon every Saturday … [Read more...] about New pop-up food pantry now running in Austin
This summer’s program at the Chicago Public Library is all about exploring science and art in the architecture around us. From July 6 to August 15, kids 0-13 years old are invited to build their own stories in all kinds of ways, at the library, in … [Read more...] about Chicago Public Library summer challenge: Building stories
Some students are extending their mathematics distance learning through the summer with the staff of Mathnasium in Oak Park. Twenty-five Cluster students will work with Mathnasium staff on Sunday afternoons for eight weeks through the ConexED site, … [Read more...] about Cluster students getting summer math help from Mathnasium
There's no shortage of books for children and adults to learn more about Juneteenth, which marks the day in 1865 that the last people held as slaves in the United States learned of their freedom. This is from a proclamation about Juneteenth by … [Read more...] about Books for kids to learn about Juneteenth
When meal distribution was disrupted at Chicago schools during the unrest of protests over the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, many nonprofits in the city filled the food gap. One of those was 360 Nation, a community group on the West … [Read more...] about Former Cluster student steps up to feed students
Cluster Tutoring is looking for students, tutors, and parents to help make donuts at the Oak Park Farmers’ Market on Saturday, June 27. The Farmers’ Market is at Pilgrim Congregational Church, 460 Lake Street in Oak Park. The program can earn $1,000 … [Read more...] about Donut Day is coming on June 27!