What You Need to Do in Chicago Today: Thursday, March 8

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Women Arts & Craft Fair @ Revolution: In celebration of International Women’s Day, Revolution Brewing is pouring its new imperial IPA brewed by female brewmasters (there are 68 women in leadership roles with the brand). In addition to trying the new offering, the Tap Room in Logan Square will also offer an all-female arts and crafts fair today showcasing women-owned food trucks, women artist booths, all-female music, screenings of movies with female leads and Spirit of Revolt t-shirts designed and printed by the ladies of Revolution. Proceeds will be given to Connections for Abused Women and their Children (CAWC). Free to attend. 6-9 pm, 3340 N. Kedzie.

Noodle & Sake Tasting @ Kizuki Ramen & Izakaya: To mark the occasion of National Noodle Month, Kizuki is hosting a noodle and sake tasting class. The evening will feature five selections of Kizuki's Japanese ramen noodles led by Kizuki chef and owner Kevin Yu and expertly paired with sake from expert Guy Cha from World Sake Imports. Guests who dine during the month will also have the chance to win free ramen for a year. Tickets: $40. 7-9 pm, 1482 N. Milwaukee Ave.

Burlesque Night @ Found Kitchen & Social House: Enjoy an evening of entertainment and drinks at this Evanston mainstay. Burlesque dancers will provide a night of spectacle alongside cocktail service. Seating can also be reserved with dinner service that features the restaurant’s veggie-centric dishes. Free to attend. Starts at 5:30. 1631 Chicago Ave., Evanston. 

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