What's Happening In Beverly/West Beverly/Mt. Greenwood


Champagne and Sweets, Saturday, January 5th from 5 to 7 p.m. 

Celebrate the new year with Champagne and Sweets.  Ridge Historical Society, 10621 S. Seeley. $25 per person, reservations required. 773-881-1675

Trust, Wednesday, January 9th at 7:30 p.m.

Possibly the greatest of the American indies of the early 90s, Trust is the oddest, darkest take on the madcap romantic comedy to appear in our national cinema. Featuring powerhouse “performances” (if that’s what one can call writer-director Hal Hartley’s preferred acting methodology) from the late Adrienne Shelly and the underrated Martin Donovan, this story of a pregnant girl on Long Island and the slightly older, hard-drinking man with whom she inexplicably falls into a relationship, just may have influenced films such as Donnie Darko and Ghost World, but remains, though more of an oddity, the more towering, and more poignant film. 1 hour and 47 minutes, Rated R. Preceded by Hal Hartley’s short film “Ambition”. Special Guest – local filmmaker and Northwestern professor Spencer Parsons, present to talk about working with Hal Hartley back in the early 90s after the film. Beverly Arts Center, 2407 W. 111th Street, concessions, full bar and free parking. Tickets $6 ($5 BAC Members). 

Twelfth Night Celebration, January 10th from 7 to 11:30 p.m.

This year’s bash will be held at O’Rourke’s Office, 11064 S. Western Ave., and will include food, drinks and fun! We will be collecting donations for the Maple/Morgan Park Food Pantry and announcing the winners of the Holiday Decorating Contest.

Heartsfield, Saturday, January 19th at 8:00 p.m.

Having released their 11th album last year, they have sold millions of records and continue to please audiences with their brand of vocal rock music that has its foundations in southern and country rock. At any performance, Heartsfield shows are full of fun, up-tempo, foot-stompin’ music that gets the crowd involved. Beverly Arts Center, 2407 W 111th Street, Tickets $20 ($18 BAC Members), Concesssions, Full Bar, & Free Parking.

Wet Hot American Summer, January 23rd at 7:30 p.m.

The days are short! The nights are long! Nothing is funny when it’s cold! Except for this cult favorite from the turn of the century. A group of camp counselors, nearing the end of a summer in the early 1980s, decides that enough sexual and hedonistic tension is enough indeed; it is time to cut loose on the last day of camp. The film’s campy (no pun intended) performances and 1980s aesthetic create both a mood that is both nostalgic and wacky. For a slapstick comedy-farce it’s a relatively complex plot that the film manages to find humor in both infidelity and post-traumatic stress disorder is either to be admired or offended by; either way you’ll laugh. Come feel the heat in the dead of a Chicago winter. Beverly Arts Center, 2407 W. 111th Street, concessions, full bar and free parking. Tickets $6 ($5 BAC Members).

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