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Spring Fun With Events For All Ages!

Posted by Admin On April - 18 - 2018
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It’s (slowly) getting warmer out, and there are more cultural events and activities for the whole family to enjoy! From book talks and signings, to film screenings, to exhibits, music, and more, there’s something for everyone on our website!  Below are just a few of the highlights:

This Thursday, April 19 from 7 – 9:30 pm, the Segundo Ruiz Belvis Cultural Center hosts La Máquina Insular, highlighting the Puerto Rican street corner musical tradition of Plena. This musical event features an all-ages discussion followed by a performance by the artist. This event is part of Borinken Me Llama a series of collaborative events that explores the Puerto Rican experience. Click here for a full list of events! Free; donation suggested.
On Saturday, April 28 from 5 – 7 pm, the Swedish American Museum invites families to Endangered Animals! What’s a Kid to do?, a theatrical presentation on threatened animal habitats and positive ways children can help save them. This educational program features audience participation and is sure to be fun for all ages. Free.
 
Read on for more events, and be sure to visit the full listing!
Book Talks
Vin Lakay: Frantz Derenoncourt, Jr.
Saturday, April 21 from 12 – 1:30 pmHaitian American Museum of Chicago
4654 N. Racine Ave.
Chicago, IL 60640The Haitian American Museum of Chicago invites you to a children’s book reading featuring Frantz Derenoncourt, Jr., author of books like Haiti: The First Black Republic.» Learn more
Book Talk: Appointment with Yesterday
Sunday, April 22 from 2 – 4 pmNational Hellenic Museum
333 S. Halsted St.
Chicago, IL 60661Join the National Hellenic Museum for a discussion of the book Appointment With Yesterday, a story set on an island in the eastern Aegean.$15; $10 for NHM members» Learn more
Carnegie’s Maid: Book Signing
Wednesday, April 25 from 7 – 8 pmIrish American Heritage Center
4626 N. Knox Ave.
Chicago, IL 60630The Irish American Heritage Center hosts author Marie Benedict for a reading and signing of her book Carnegie’s Maid.Free» Learn more


Music & Dance
Stammtisch – Karaoke
Friday, April 20 at 7:30 pmDANK Haus German American Cultural Center
4740 N. Western Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625Join the DANK Haus German American Cultural Center for a fun night of karaoke and more.Free admission» Learn more

Stomping Grounds
Saturday, April 21 from 7:30 – 9 pmIrish American Heritage Center
4626 N. Knox Avenue
Chicago, IL 60630The Irish American Heritage Center hosts STOMPING GROUNDS, a dance performance featuring the Trinity Irish Dance Ensemble, Muntu Dance Theatre of Chicago, and Ensemble Español Spanish Dance Theater.Tickets $5» Learn more

 
Audio Overdose
Thursday, April 26 from 6:30 – 9:30 pmAmerican Indian Center of Chicago
3401 W. Ainslie St.
Chicago, IL 60625Join the American Indian Center of Chicago for Audio Overdose, an evening of music, discussion, and more. Bring three songs to share and a story of why you selected those particular songs.» Learn more
 

Film & More
Dancing Through Life: The Dorothy Life Story
Saturday, April 21 from 2 – 4 pmChinese American Museum of Chicago
238 W. 23rd Street
Chicago, IL 60616The Chinese American Museum of Chicago hosts filmmaker Rick Quan for a screening of his documentary “Dancing Through Life: The Dorothy Toy Story”, highlighting Dorothy Toy Fong, legendary Asian American dancer.» Learn more
Comic Exhibit Lecture ft. Artist Mike Centeno
Thursday, April 26 at 7 pmSwedish American Museum
5211 N. Clark Street
Chicago, IL 60640Join the Swedish American Museum for a talk with cartoonist Mike Centeno – and check out current exhibit “Outside the Lines: From Sweden to Chicago”.Admission $4» Learn more

 
The Empowerment Project: Screening and Panel
Tuesday, May 1 from 5:30 – 8:30 pmWeWork Kinzie
20 W. Kinzie Street
Chicago, IL 60654The Muslim American Leadership Alliance invites you to a screening of documentary The Empowerment Project and a panel discussion on women’s leadership in Chicago.Tickets $10» Learn more

 
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