Monthly Archives: June 2015

Andersonville History Greeting Cards Are Here!

Want the perfect gift for your favorite Andersonville friend or fan? Need just the right stationary to send a thank you or hello with local style? Pick up a pack of Andersonville History Greeting Cards! Each pack of 12 cards & more »

It’s a Midsommarful Life: Why should I give $10 at the gate?

Today’s blog post about Midsommarfest, brought to you by Miss Andersonville 1965 (and her sidekick Fredrika), addresses the age-old question of gate donations: Does it really matter if you give a donation at the gate and what would happen if more »

Midsommarfest 2015 Local Food Vendors

Midsommarfest has always been a place where you can enjoy a great selection of food from Andersonville’s favorite restaurants: Calo’s pizza, Andie’s pitas and hummus, and Hamburger Mary’s mini burgers and fried mac n’ cheese. This year, we’re pleased to bring you more »

Midsommarfest 2015 Vendors

Midsommarfest is a juried festival, which means we put lots of time and effort into bringing you the highest-quality merchants, most talented artisans, and a wide array of non-profit organizations! Take a look at the vendor line-up for Midsommarfest 2015: more »

Shop local and get a free beer at Midsommarfest!

It may come as a surprise, but the street closures and crowds of Midsommarfest weekend can sometimes have a negative effect on sales for our local retailers and service businesses. With this in mind, we are once again offering a special incentive more »

Midsommarfest beer supports the neighborhood!

A portion of your beer purchase at the Community Beer Booths at Berwyn, Balmoral and Catalpa during Midsommarfest benefits community non-profits: Friends of Peirce Elementary, Friends of Swift Elementary, Friends of North Park Elementary, Friends of Andersonville, and the East Andersonville more »

Rock to a different beat at the Midsommarfest FHD Stage

If you’re looking for musical variety in your summer street festivals, you’ll definitely want to check out Midsommarfest’s FHD Stage, curated by Gary Airedale of The Flesh Hungry Dog Show, a monthly LGBT-centric rock and roll variety show that ran at more »