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March, 2017

Wednesday
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Beginning with Yuka, a 39,000 year old mummified woolly mammoth recently found in the Siberian permafrost, each of the 16 essays in "Animals Strike Curious Poses" investigates a different famous animal named and immortalized by humans
Wednesday
29
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Donna Seaman brings to dazzling life seven forgotten female artists, among the best of their day.
Wednesday
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Join Colin McDonald for stories and songs each Wednesday at 10:30am at 57th Street Books! Fun for children of all ages, but especially those 0-6.

Event Location:
57th Street Books
1301 E. 57th Street
Wednesday
29
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Beginning with Yuka, a 39,000 year old mummified woolly mammoth recently found in the Siberian permafrost, each of the 16 essays in Animals Strike Curious Poses investigates a different famous animal named and immortalized by humans.
Wednesday
29
Wednesday
29
West Point Missionary Baptist Church -- 3572 Cottage Grove
Wednesday
29
Dorchester Art + Housing Collaborative | 1456 E. 70th St.
Thursday
30
6:00 PM -- Dusable Museum: Women In Tech: Amplifiers Of Community Voice.
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hursday March 30th we will welcome a panel of amplifiers of community voice with speakers Andrea Hart of City Bureau, Aviva Rosman of Ballot Ready, and Tiana Epps-Johnson of Center for Tech and Civic Life.

DuSable Museum-Auditorium
740 East 56th
Thursday
30
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Daniel Shapiro offers candid look at U.S.-Israel relations from Obama to Trump. What’s the future hold for the Iran nuclear deal, West Bank settlements, and the long-debated two-state solution?
Thursday
30
4:30 PM -- C. Nicole Mason On "Born Bright: A Young Girl's Journey From Nothing To Something In Ame
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save the date / C. Nicole Mason on "Born Bright"



Photo Credit: Rogers Photography

Thursday, March 30, 4:30 pm
CSRPC Community Room
5733 South University Avenue
free and open to the public
Thursday
30
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School age children are invited to listen to stories and complete a craft in celebration of Women‘s History Month! Open to children ages 5 & up!
Thursday
30
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Settis is author of "The Future of the Classical" and former director of the Getty Research Institute and the Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa.
Thursday
30
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Weekly Tai Chi-Qigong Class for Seniors and All Abilities
Thursday
30
Friday
31
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"The Republic of Exit 43" is a verbal/visual archaeology of the hazardous waste sites across the street from home and school, tucked behind the portal of an expressway: domains mute and seemingly inert.
Friday
31
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The first part of a trilogy focusing on the northeast Tohoku region, co-directed
by Ko Sakai and Ryusuke Hamaguchi. Impromptu interviews were carried out with disaster victims mainly along the Sanriku Coast.
Friday
31
Stony Island Arts Bank - 6760 S. Stony Island Ave.
Friday
31
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HPSD is holding free dance classes for the next two Fridays, open to all, at Studio B (basement) at First Unitarian Church, 5650 S. Woodlawn: Waltz and Polka – Friday, March 24 from 7:00 to 8:30 PM; and Salsa – Friday, March 31 from 6:30 to 8:00 PM.
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April, 2017

Saturday
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In a textual mixture of memoir, mythology, lyric poetry, and postmodern interrogations, Powell makes a flying leap into the theatrical realities of her family history and her own identity.
Saturday
1
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Activate your family’s green thumb by learning about the power of the garden and the benefits of living a happy and healthy green life. Free! Check out the workshops below.

Logan Center Family Saturdays cultivate your child’s artistic curiosity.
Saturday
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Saturday, April 1, 5:00 pm
CSRPC Community Room
5733 South University Avenue
free and open to the public
Saturday
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The concert weaves quotes and stories of Walt together with song. It’s a touch of whimsy, nostalgia, and fantasy. The evening includes Juliana Hall‘s Fables for a Prince, John Musto‘s The Book of Uncommon Prayer, and Liza Lehmann‘s Nonsense Songs fr
Saturday
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5:00 PM -- Rats, Roaches, And Resistance:A Screening And Conversation With Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor
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Centers for Gender/Race Studies, Community Room (105)
5733 South University
Saturday
1
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"Field Recordings" from the Inside provides a deep and personal examination at the impact of music on our lives.
Saturday
1
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359 E Garfield Blvd
Learn and explore vibrant screen-printing techniques! Have fun printing Teen Arts Council‘s exhibition designs onto shirts and tote bags and look cold in school. “BYO” shirt or tote bag or use one we provide.
Saturday
1
10:00 AM: Nature Space Play Date In Cornell Park
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Children 8 and younger, accompanied by an adult, are invited to learn about the Cornell Park nature play space; build with logs, sticks, rocks, and sand; search for buried treasures; meet residents of a bug motel and create art.
Saturday
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Burke Elementary School 5356 S. King Drive Chicago, IL 60615
Time: 10am-1pm
Saturday
1
Augustana Lutheran Church -- 5500 S. Woodlawn
Saturday
1
Hyde Park Bank, Main Floor -- 1525 E. 53rd Street
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Strive Tutoring is one of the Hyde Park Helps nonprofits. Strive offers free tutoring for local students in grades 1 to 12. There is a long waiting list of students because Strive needs more tutors.
Sunday
2
3:00 PM -- Seminary Books Store: Gerit Quealy - "Botanical Shakespeare"
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Gerit Quealy discusses "Botanical Shakespeare: An Illustrated Compendium of All the Flowers, Fruits, Herbs, Trees, Seeds, and Grasses Cited by the World‘s Greatest Playwright.
Sunday
2
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Roomful of Teeth (“hypnotic and intensely moving” – cpr.org) is a GRAMMY-winning vocal project dedicated to mining the expressive potential of the human voice. Their debut program is built around a white composer’s setting of texts by Black writers.
Sunday
2
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Their Chicago debut program is built around a white composer’s setting of texts by Zora Neal Hurston, Claudia Rankine, and James Baldwin, reflecting on their blackness
Sunday
2
Dorchester Art + Housing Collaborative | 1456 E. 70th St.
Tuesday
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The concert weaves quotes and stories of Walt together with song. It’s a touch of whimsy, nostalgia, and fantasy. The evening includes Juliana Hall‘s Fables for a Prince, John Musto‘s The Book of Uncommon Prayer, and Liza Lehmann‘s Nonsense Songs fr
Wednesday
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Wednesday, April 5, 5:30–7pm
Arts Incubator, 301 East Garfield Boulevard
Wednesday
5
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Join Colin McDonald for stories and songs each Wednesday at 10:30am at 57th Street Books! Fun for children of all ages, but especially those 0-6.

Event Location:
57th Street Books
1301 E. 57th Street
Wednesday
5
Wednesday
5
Dorchester Art + Housing Collaborative | 1456 E. 70th St.
Thursday
6
7:00 PM -- HPKCC Board Meeting -- Treasure Island Basement Meeting Room
Thursday
6
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Pidgeon will give a talk about what it means to be an intersex person of color in today’s political and social climate. The talk will be followed with a screening of the documentary, "The Son I Never Had: Growing Up Intersex"
Thursday
6
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Join us for an inspiring concert of Jewish chamber music with one of Israel‘s leading ensembles featuring works by Bernstein, Copland, Bloch, Yedid and more!
Thursday
6
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How to Get the Nobel Prize in Literature: Everything You Always Wanted to Know about the Nobel Prize but were Afraid to Ask the Permanent Secretary
With Professor Sara Danius, Permanent Secretary of the Swedish Academy
Thursday
6
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Elsner is the Humfrey Payne Senior Research Fellow in Classical Archaeology and Art at Corpus Christi College in the University of Oxford.

Free, but space is very limited. Advance registration is required.
Thursday
6
Leave from Augustana Lutheran Church of Hyde Park -- 5500 S Woodlawn Ave. or others (see below)
Thursday
6
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Weekly Tai Chi-Qigong Class for Seniors and All Abilities
Thursday
6
Friday
7
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Politically Inspired brings together seemingly disparate worlds: the sweepingly romantic music of Frederic Chopin, alongside contemporary composer‘s, Frederic Rzewski’s monumental work, "The People United Will Never Be Defeated!.”
Friday
7
Stony Island Arts Bank - 6760 S. Stony Island Ave.
Friday
7
Saturday
8
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in this 45 minute workshop/show and tell, participants who have previously participated in Workshop #1 or who have checked out a Q & A card to research can share their findings with one another and anyone who wants to attend as an audience member.
Saturday
8
Experimental Station -- 6100 S.Blackstone
Saturday
8
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Not a startup but has been around years. Has a paid staff, experiential knowledge, and coalitions under their belt. Meets the 2nd Saturday monthly from 9:15 am - Noon at the LSTC, 1100 E. 55th St., 3rd floor.
See http://www. thepeopleslobbyusa.org
Sunday
9
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Contempo presents five recent works by leading international women composers, with contemporary music interpreters Ensemble Dal Niente, mezzo-soprano, Kayleigh Butcher, Kontras Quartet, and pianist Pawel Checinski
Sunday
9
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Think through what a library needs to be in the 21st Century during this round table discussion. Featuring Jorge Lucero and Obama Foundation design team members Andres Hernandez, Norman Teague, and Amanda Williams.
Sunday
9
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A concert for Passion Sunday, with the Schütz Passion presented in the liturgical context of the Sunday morning service, and combined with mystical music of Francis Poulenc in the afternoon concert. Tickets $20 at the door, free to all students
Sunday
9
Dorchester Art + Housing Collaborative | 1456 E. 70th St.
Monday
10
Monday
10
Augustana Lutheran Church -- 5500 S. Woodlawn
Monday
10
Jackson Park Field House -- 6401 Stony Island Avenue
Tuesday
11
6:30 PM -- CAPS Mtg., Beat 222 -- 43Rd - Hyde Park Blvd. And Drexel To The Lake -- 2Nd Tuesdays
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Beat 222
Boundaries: 43rd - Hyde Park Blvd. and Drexel to the Lake
Location: Kennicott Park, 4434 S. Lake Park Ave.
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Date: Second Tuesday of each month
Tuesday
11
Tuesday
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Augustana Lutheran Church -- 5500 S. Woodlawn
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Social time will be from 5:30-6:00; Reports and Discussion will be 6-7:30. Electronic Reports are available upon request from info@chpv.org.
All members and friends are welcome.
Wednesday
12
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Join Colin McDonald for stories and songs each Wednesday at 10:30am at 57th Street Books! Fun for children of all ages, but especially those 0-6.

Event Location:
57th Street Books
1301 E. 57th Street
Wednesday
12
Wednesday
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Wednesday
12
Dorchester Art + Housing Collaborative | 1456 E. 70th St.
Thursday
13
7:00 PM -- Nichols Park Advisory Council -- Monthly 2Nd Thursday -- 1355 E. 53Rd
Thursday
13
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Weekly Tai Chi-Qigong Class for Seniors and All Abilities
Thursday
13
Thursday
13
Thursday
13
North Park Village Nature Center -- Building D, 5801 N Pulaski
Friday
14
Stony Island Arts Bank - 6760 S. Stony Island Ave.
Friday
14
Saturday
15
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This event will feature Muntu Dance Theatre alongside Chicago Human Rhythm Project and Ensemble Espanol Spanish Dance Theater, and like all STOMPING GROUNDS events, is completely free and open to the public.
Saturday
15
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This workshop asks us to consider who gets to create the record, what forms the record should take, and why do we value some forms of the record over others?
Sunday
16
Dorchester Art + Housing Collaborative | 1456 E. 70th St.
Monday
17
Monday
17
Augustana Lutheran Church -- 5500 S. Woodlawn
Tuesday
18
6:30 PM -- CAPS Mtg., Beat 223 -- 47Th-51St, King Dr. -- 4331 S. Cottage Grove -- 3Rd Tuesday
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On the 3rd Tuesday of each month
Tuesday
18
6:30 PM -- CAPS Mtg., Beat 221-43Rd-47Th/King Drive To Ellis
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Beat 221
Boundaries: 43rd-47th/King Drive to Ellis
Location: King Center, 4314 S. Cottage Grove Ave.
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Date: Third Tuesday of each month
Tuesday
18
Reva and David Logan Center -- In the Cafe
Wednesday
19
7:00 PM -- Washington Park Advisory Council -- Monthly -- 5131 S. King Drive
Wednesday
19
6:30 PM -- CAPS Meeting, beats 233-234-235 (Most of Hyde Park) in Treasure Island Basement
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Meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month
Contact Details: CAPS Office 312-747-5109
Wednesday
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Join Colin McDonald for stories and songs each Wednesday at 10:30am at 57th Street Books! Fun for children of all ages, but especially those 0-6.

Event Location:
57th Street Books
1301 E. 57th Street
Wednesday
19
Wednesday
19
Dorchester Art + Housing Collaborative | 1456 E. 70th St.
Thursday
20
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Weekly Tai Chi-Qigong Class for Seniors and All Abilities
Thursday
20
Friday
21
Stony Island Arts Bank - 6760 S. Stony Island Ave.
Friday
21
Saturday
22
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A ballet in three movements that contrasts music and style, movement and stillness, and the classical and the contemporary.

A panel discussion and reception will follow the performance.

FREE
Saturday
22
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Arts Incubator, 301 East Garfield Boulevard

Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/for-educators-cultivating-student-driven-learning-experiences-tickets-32409066390?aff=ArtsPublicLife
Saturday
22
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Kozan Traywick, an ordained Zen Buddhist priest, will present a lecture and workshop on Zen Meditation. He will explain what meditation is, its benefits and how it is practiced. A hands-on demonstration with audience participation will be included. M
Saturday
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Memory Loss, Caregiving and the Arts

Panel:
- Dr. Shellie Williams (Medical perspective on Memory Loss),
- Joe Monahan (Elder care attorney),
- Fabiana Glazer (Dementia and the Arts),
- Pat MacClarence (Community-based service and support)
Sunday
23
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A performance by Matthew Duvall featuring Third Coast Percussion and 95 percussionists.
Sunday
23
Dorchester Art + Housing Collaborative | 1456 E. 70th St.
Monday
24
6:30 PM -- Blackstone Library -- Fantasy And Science Fiction Book Club
Monday
24
Monday
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Monday
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Augustana Lutheran Church -- 5500 S. Woodlawn
Tuesday
25
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Register for FREE transportation to/from this event. You will still need to contact the event host for program registration.

A discussion on what to look for when choosing a primary care provider and related issues. Dr. Kate Thompson, presenting.
Tuesday
25
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This registration is for FREE transportation only. You must still register for the event per the event‘s information.

Learn about the unique experience of aging as an African American in Chicago, with a focus on ways to maintain better health.
Wednesday
26
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Join Colin McDonald for stories and songs each Wednesday at 10:30am at 57th Street Books! Fun for children of all ages, but especially those 0-6.

Event Location:
57th Street Books
1301 E. 57th Street
Wednesday
26
Wednesday
26
Wednesday
26
Dorchester Art + Housing Collaborative | 1456 E. 70th St.
Thursday
27
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Weekly Tai Chi-Qigong Class for Seniors and All Abilities
Thursday
27
Friday
28
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Friday, April 28, 11:30 am
Divinity School, Swift Hall
1025 East 58th Street
Friday
28
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Monks Singing Pagans: Medieval songs of heroes, gods and strong women
Friday
28
Stony Island Arts Bank - 6760 S. Stony Island Ave.
Friday
28
Saturday
29
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A Triptych: Earth, Moon, Peace. A spectacular evening of music by Augusta Read Thomas
Saturday
29
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This eight-member Humanities Division Ensemble-in-Residence presents a wide range of repertoire poignantly bearing witness to the great tradition of Jewish cabaret.
Sunday
30
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The world premiere performances of six works created by composers Rodrigo Bussad, Pierce Gradone, Jack Hughes, Joungbum Lee, Timothy Page, and Igor Santos.
Sunday
30
Dorchester Art + Housing Collaborative | 1456 E. 70th St.

May, 2017

Monday
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Monday
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Augustana Lutheran Church -- 5500 S. Woodlawn
Wednesday
3
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Join Colin McDonald for stories and songs each Wednesday at 10:30am at 57th Street Books! Fun for children of all ages, but especially those 0-6.

Event Location:
57th Street Books
1301 E. 57th Street
Wednesday
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Wednesday
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Dorchester Art + Housing Collaborative | 1456 E. 70th St.
Wednesday
3
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May 3: Willemien Otten, "The Dutch-Christian Roots of Betsy Devos‘s Educational Policies," Bill Schweiker responding
Thursday
4
7:00 PM -- HPKCC Board Meeting -- Treasure Island Basement Meeting Room
Thursday
4
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Weekly Tai Chi-Qigong Class for Seniors and All Abilities
Thursday
4
Friday
5
Stony Island Arts Bank - 6760 S. Stony Island Ave.
Friday
5
Sunday
7
Dorchester Art + Housing Collaborative | 1456 E. 70th St.
Monday
8
Jackson Park Field House -- 6401 Stony Island Avenue
Tuesday
9
6:30 PM -- CAPS Mtg., Beat 222 -- 43Rd - Hyde Park Blvd. And Drexel To The Lake -- 2Nd Tuesdays
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Beat 222
Boundaries: 43rd - Hyde Park Blvd. and Drexel to the Lake
Location: Kennicott Park, 4434 S. Lake Park Ave.
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Date: Second Tuesday of each month
Tuesday
9
Wednesday
10
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Join Colin McDonald for stories and songs each Wednesday at 10:30am at 57th Street Books! Fun for children of all ages, but especially those 0-6.

Event Location:
57th Street Books
1301 E. 57th Street
Wednesday
10
Wednesday
10
Wednesday
10
Dorchester Art + Housing Collaborative | 1456 E. 70th St.
Thursday
11
7:00 PM -- Nichols Park Advisory Council -- Monthly 2Nd Thursday -- 1355 E. 53Rd
Thursday
11
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Weekly Tai Chi-Qigong Class for Seniors and All Abilities
Thursday
11
Hyde Park Art Center -- 5020 S. Cornell Avenue
Thursday
11
Friday
12
Stony Island Arts Bank - 6760 S. Stony Island Ave.
Friday
12
Saturday
13
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Students may pre-register at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WKSHJJ9
Saturday
13
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Not a startup but has been around years. Has a paid staff, experiential knowledge, and coalitions under their belt. Meets the 2nd Saturday monthly from 9:15 am - Noon at the LSTC, 1100 E. 55th St., 3rd floor.
See http://www. thepeopleslobbyusa.org
Sunday
14
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When God Created Woman, Shhh and When Man Was Created By God, now presents their new extraordinary event, «WHEN GOD SPEAKS» A theatrical journey of how God speaks through situations to us and through us.
EARLY ARRIVAL STRONGLY SUGGESTED
Sunday
14
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Enjoy an arrangement of Ravel’s Laideronnette: Imperatrice des Pagodes from Ma mère l‘Oye (Mother Goose) and Z. Randall Stroope’s Amor de mi Alma (You are the Love of My Soul) based on a poem by Spanish author Garcilaso de la Vega.
Sunday
14
Dorchester Art + Housing Collaborative | 1456 E. 70th St.
Tuesday
16
6:30 PM -- CAPS Mtg., Beat 223 -- 47Th-51St, King Dr. -- 4331 S. Cottage Grove -- 3Rd Tuesday
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On the 3rd Tuesday of each month
Tuesday
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6:30 PM -- CAPS Mtg., Beat 221-43Rd-47Th/King Drive To Ellis
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Beat 221
Boundaries: 43rd-47th/King Drive to Ellis
Location: King Center, 4314 S. Cottage Grove Ave.
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Date: Third Tuesday of each month
Tuesday
16
Reva and David Logan Center -- In the Cafe
Wednesday
17
6:30 PM -- CAPS Meeting, beats 233-234-235 (Most of Hyde Park) in Treasure Island Basement
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Meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month
Contact Details: CAPS Office 312-747-5109
Wednesday
17
7:00 PM -- Washington Park Advisory Council -- Monthly -- 5131 S. King Drive
Wednesday
17
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Join Colin McDonald for stories and songs each Wednesday at 10:30am at 57th Street Books! Fun for children of all ages, but especially those 0-6.

Event Location:
57th Street Books
1301 E. 57th Street
Wednesday
17
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Tours begin at Black Sphere, across the street from Cobb Hall, 5811 S. Ellis Ave
Wednesday
17
Dorchester Art + Housing Collaborative | 1456 E. 70th St.
Wednesday
17
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May 17: Tom Mitchell, "Notes on Collective Madness, Political and Otherwise," Lauren Berlant responding
Thursday
18
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Weekly Tai Chi-Qigong Class for Seniors and All Abilities
Thursday
18
Friday
19
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The boundlessly creative pianist performs works from his new album.
Friday
19
Stony Island Arts Bank - 6760 S. Stony Island Ave.
Friday
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