Healthy Neighborhood Festival

West Suburban Medical Center invites you to participate in this free event at West Suburban Medical Center,  3 Erie Court in Oak Park. Free screenings for lead, PSA testing, bone density, body fat, cholesterol, blood sugar and more. Bike rodeo for kids (with helmets), walking course, pedometers, and healthy snacks. For more information, call 1-877-RES-INFO (737-4636).

Summer Health Fair

Circle Family HealthCare Network will sponsor a Community Health Fair & Social Service Linkages at Division Health Center, 4909 W. Division St. For more information, call 773.379.1373.

Summer Health Fair

Circle Family HealthCare Network will sponsor a Back to School Health Fair at the Austin campus, 231 N. Pine Ave.  For more information, call 773.379.1373.

Westside Health Reform Symposium

The featured speaker will be U.S. Rep. Danny K. Davis. The event, sponsored by Circle Family HealthCare Network, will be held at Circle Urban Ministries, 5620 W. Washington Blvd. For more information, call 773.379.1373.

Community resource fair

Agencies in the Austin neighborhood will be available to help residents with employment, health screenings, education counseling, ex-offender services, youth programs, obtaining a GED and other public services on May 4 from 1:30 to 6 p.m. at San Miguel School, 819 N. Leamington Ave.

Dedication ceremony for AIDS mural

A dedication ceremony for a new mural in Austin will take place Saturday, May 22 at the mural site, at the northeast corner of Chicago and Mayfield avenues. The AIDS “Austin Is Doing Something” mural is part of an awareness campaign of the AIDS Foundation of Chicago. For more information, check out AustinTalks previous coverage: Work underway on AIDS mural in Austin

School culture and climate discussion at Marshall High School

The Office of School Turnaround at Marshall High School, 3250 W. Adams St., will host a series of meetings to discuss the turnaround model with families and community members every 2nd Thursday of the month from 5 to 6:30 p.m. in the school’s room 129. The topic of the first discussion, set for Thursday, May 6 , will be School Culture and Climate. For more information, contact Glen McCarthy at 773-841-0194.

A discussion on teaching and learning at Marshall High School

The Office of School Turnaround at Marshall High School, 3250 W. Adams St., will host a series of meetings to discuss the turnaround model with families and community members every 2nd Thursday of the month from 5 to 6:30 p.m. in the school’s room 129. The topic for the third discussion, set for Thursday, July 1, will be Teaching and Learning. For more information, contact Glen McCarthy at 773-841-0194.

Community Schools Discussion at Marshall High School

The Office of School Turnaround at Marshall High School, 3250 W. Adams St., will host a series of meetings to discuss the turnaround model with families and community members every 2nd Thursday of the month from 5 to 6:30 p.m. in the school’s room 129. The topic of the second discussion, set for Thursday, June 3, will be Community Schools. For more information, contact Glen McCarthy at 773-841-0194.