Audiences are invited to witness the performance of classic radio scripts by voice actors, sound effects artists employing as many manual devices as possible and, often, a real, live keyboard player.
The ensemble performs many of the United States’ most well known and beloved tunes demonstrating how their brass instruments work as well as explaining the basic concepts of music making.
A neighborhood festival bursting with local artwork, music, food and spirits along Belmont Ave.
In addition to great, national headliners, Jeff Fest will feature food booths from the neighborhood’s eclectic mix of restaurants as well as arts & craft vendors and
activities for kids.
Pride Fest ushers in Chicago’s iconic pride parade held on the last weekend of June.
The Chicago Park District welcomes spring by hosting numerous egg hunts and an egg hunt for dogs at parks throughout the city. Most events will feature treats, prizes, face painting, arts and crafts plus photo opportunities with the bunny (bring your camera).
Pure and simple; yet essential to our everyday being, Water Chicago, a family-friendly show featuring hands-on activities, live animals, artifacts, and special water effects, aspires to educate and inform on the ways in which we use and misuse water.
Join us for an afternoon of great music when Cafe Antarsia performs Balkan based world folk at the Chicago Cultural Center.
Join us on a musical journey when Al Sham Ensemble performs. (Arab Traditional)
Come for a concert leave with an experience when Jutta & Hi Dukes (Klezmer, Balkan, and Greek)performs at the Chicago Cultural Center.
Take a lunchbreak and join us at the Chicago Cultural Center for an afternoon of jazz.
The Chicago Public Librarys Money Smart series, held at various branches and dates/times throughout the city, offers attendees information on financial literacy.
Project Onward, the Chicago Cultural Center’s studio program for artists with special needs, presents an exhibition of paintings, drawings, photography, and mixed media created by visual artists living with mental and developmental disabilities.
Their scrupulously crafted, whimsical and stinging paintings explore the lowbrow with a fastidious fixation on the human figure as it undergoes psychological and/or physical stress.
Scott Wolniak creates a mixed media installation combining video, sculpture and drawing in a way that mimics strategies used by some alternative medicine practices such as rhythmic breathing, light/color therapies and aura cleansing.