The Pakistan Independence Day Parade will take place on Aug. 9th on Devon Ave. in Chicago’s Rogers Park neighborhood.
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Architect Douglas Gilbert, Harboe Architects, PC, will discuss restoring these three building facades and the rediscovered Louis Sullivan designs on the Haskell Building.
Charismatic lecturer and composer Jim Kendros hosts a free pre performance lecture prior to Music of the Baroque’s Musical Fireworks concert at the Harris Theater.
University of Chicago Works of the Mind Lecture Series: Encounters with the Eternal: Resignation and Faith in Kierkegaard’s Fear and Trembling
This lecture will unravel the complex argument of the text and probe its implications for our thinking in an age when religious faith and moral obligation often seem to conflict.
Steve Pincuspy, Safer Pest Control Project, will discuss how to create a natural and safe lawn that is truly sustainable.
Jill Selinger, Chicago Botanic Garden, shows how this overlooked and underutilized group of bulbs can be used in naturalistic gardens and groundcover plantings and as a blanket of color amidst emerging perennials in early spring.
Listen when Janet Attarian, Project Director for the Department of Transportation Streetscape Program, shares details of the exciting new streetscape design planned for Congress Parkway.
This event is moderated by Martin Atkins, panel to be announced.
Noted author and engineer Temple Grandin worked with artist Wendy Jacob on Squeeze Chair, inspired by Grandins hug machine.
Chicago singer Dakota Horvath has performed for the glitterati at events such as The Sopranos Emmy Awards Party and the wedding of Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston.
Don’t miss this lunchbreak performance when Martin Labazevitch, Piano takes the stage at the Chicago Cultural Center.
Discover the magic of music when Joanna Frankel and Gregory DeTurck program features works by Beethovan and Ginastera.
Rediscover one of the world’s greatest works of literature with Mary Zimmerman’s breathtaking adaptation of The Arabian Nights.
Come for a concert, leave with an experience when Luisa Luisa Lee, Violin, and Shirley Trissel, Piano perform at the Chicago Cultural Center.
Join us at the Chicago Cultural Center when the Chinese Fine Arts Society presents the 20th Annual All Chinese Music Concert, a celebration of the Chinese musical tradition in conjunction with Asian Heritage Month.