Bonnie Koloc talks folk music; Rosemont mayor honored

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Legendary Chicago folk singer Bonnie Koloc

AGENDA ACTION: Fans of recording artist Bonnie Koloc will want to know the veteran Chicago singer will be the star attraction at the “Chicago Conversations” at Hubbard Inn, beginning at 5 p.m. Tuesday. The “Music for Everyone” program will feature the Old Town School of Folk Music, including Koloc, Darrell Jones and author Robert Riesman — hosted by Monroe Anderson and Ed Tracy. The program will be recorded for a podcast as well.

†Kudos to Rosemont Mayor Bradley Stephens, who will feted at 11 a.m. Monday as the Community Center in Franklin Park is named in his honor.

Stephens was formerly the township supervisor for the communities that include parts of several suburban towns, including Franklin Park and Rosemont — all served by the community center.

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