Celebrate the harvest of the season at the North Park Village Nature Center’s 18th Annual Harvest Festival Saturday, October 10th and Sunday, October 11th from 10a.m. to 3p.m. each day.
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Celebrate Chicago’s native biodiversity at North Park Village Nature Center’s City Wild’s Festival Saturday, June 13 and Sunday, June 14 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Discover what is new for the upcoming gardening season at the Green and Growing Fair. This event will feature exciting gardening demonstrations, lectures, a plant sale and more, at the Garfield Park Conservatory on April 25 from 10a.m. to 3p.m.
Elizabeth Marks examines the ubiquity of Japanese illustrated media in the American marketplace and explores the marketing of its ‘Japaneseness’ to Americans.
Lanny Silverman, Curator of Exhibitions, Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs, will discuss this exhibition with the artist.
The artists will discuss this exhibition.
Sydney K. Robinson, architectural historian, discusses the rewards of living in the 1947 Ford House in Aurora.
Hear Whitney French, site manager, describe the September 2008 flood, its aftermath and clean up, as well as future plans for the house. Presented by Preservation Snapshots is a series of discussions on preservation issues presented on the third Thursday of the month at the Chicago Cultural Center by Landmarks Illinois.
Music Without Borders: Idilio featuring Chiara Mangiameli, Diego Alonso, Kassandra Kocoshis Flamenco
Listen as Idilio featuring Chiara Mangiameli, Diego Alonso, Kassandra Kocoshis perform flamenco music in the beautiful Chicago Cultural Center.
Balkano will be performing Balkan infused Jazz and Klezmer.
Vivian Garcia (Rumba Flamenco guitar) will be performing.
Blues legend Bob Stroger performs live at the Chicago Cultural Center.
Flora Doody, teacher and mural project director at Lane Technical High School, discusses the rediscovery and process restoration of the outstanding Lane Tech murals collection initiated in 1995.
Praised as an exceptional pianist Joseph Rackers performs at the Chicag Cultural Center. This program include works by Bach, Corigliano, Rachmaninoff, and Ravel.
Guest curator Beth Shadur discusses this exhibition.