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Hickory Hills Street Fair
The Hickory Hills Street Fair is an annual event in town for over 25 years. It has a beer tent with entertainment; food booths and craft fair. There is also bingo and rides for the kids - something for everyone.
Chinese New Years at Chicago Premium Outlets
Chicago Premium Outlets will recognize the Year of the Monkey with a week-long Chinese New Year celebration. From Sunday, Feb. 7, to Saturday, Feb. 13, shoppers can stop by Chicago Premium Outlets’ Information Center to pick up a special fortune cookie and a symbolic red envelope filled with Chinese New Year savings coupons to a variety of Chicago Premium Outlets’ most sought after retailers. Participating merchants, including BOGA, Clarins luxury skincare, Gap Factory Store, J. Crew, Robert Graham, Timberland, Toys ‘R’ US Express, Vince, Wellensteyn and more will offer unbeatable deals beyond everyday savings of 25 to 65 percent. Complimentary Shopper Shuttle Service from Chicago’s Union Station will be available on Saturday, Feb. 13 and Sunday, Feb. 14 with advance reservations at pontarelliischicago.com/chicago-bus-tours, using the promo code MONKEY.
Everett Dean Remembering the King: A Tribute to Elvis
Everett Dean Remembering The King: A Tribute to Elvis will provide the good old rock n roll. Also Appearing are the ultimate show band, Cat Sass, Special guest performance by Slick Willie & Tribute to Buddy Holly, $20 per person, 10% discount on groups of 10 or more, Cash Bar. 5PM Doors open; 6PM show time.
Tapestry: Tribute to Carole King
Tapestry: Tribute to Carole King faithfully recreates the glorious sound of a Carole King concert, leaving you with memories of the great music she wrote and recorded, including "You've Got a Friend", "Natural Woman", "It's Too Late", "So Far Away", "I Feel the Earth Move" and "Beautiful." Starts at 8:00 pm.
Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra Spring Pops: Gershwin Celebration
Catfish Row springs to life when the IPO's esteemed Conductor Laureate Maestro Carmon DeLeone brings to the stage an all-Gershwin pops program. From the opening notes of the rumba-inspired Cuban Overture to the treasured and touching ballads of Porgy and Bess, listeners will be enchanted by Gershwin's musical genius and his ability to blend sophisticated structures with audience-appealing styles. The evening features acclaimed soloists: Alfreda Burke (soprano), Michael Preacely (baritone) and Michael Chertock (piano). "...just the ticket to lure classical music buffs away from their customary downtown-Chicago migration patterns." ~Chicago Tribune on the IPO
Egg-Streme Night Hunt
Hop on over to Prairie Bluff for a fun-filled night with the Easter Bunny and much more! The night will feature a family entertainer, pizza & drinks, an egg hunt outside. Don't forget your flashlight! In case of inclement weather, the egg hunt will be inside. Pre-registration is required for each person attending. 6:30pm - 8:00pm
The Chieftains and Special Guest
Six-time Grammy Award winners, The Chieftains, have been highly recognized for reinventing traditional Irish music on a contemporary and International scale. After fifty years of making some of the most beautiful music in the world, The Chieftains' music remains as fresh and relevant as when they first began.
25th Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade & Festival
Line-up 12:30 p.m. at Lemont Safety Village. Parade starts promptly at 1:00 p.m. Route: South on Stephen to Main, West to VFW Hall. Plenty of parking at the Metra Lot. Featuring: Lemont's own Irish Queen, The Chicago Stockyard Kilty Band and Hughes Academy of Irish Dance. Bring your family and friends and join the parade! Visit the VFW Hall, 15780 New Avenue following the parade for refreshments and entertainment.
Get the Led Out (Led Zeppelin) at the Rialto Square Theatre
Dubbed by the media as "The American Led Zeppelin," Get The Led Out brings what the audience wants...a high energy Zeppelin concert with an honest, heart-thumping intensity. From the bombastic and epic, to the folky and mystical, Get The Led Out (GTLO) have captured the essence of the recorded music of Led Zeppelin and brought it to the concert stage. 8:00pm
Trip - Jeeves at Sea! Mayslake Estate in Oakbrook
Join the Lockport Township Park District on a trip to the First Folio Theater in Mayslake Estate, Oakbrook on Thurs., Feb. 25 from 11:30am-6pm. The bus will depart from Prairie Bluff Public Golf Course, 19433 Renwick Rd., Crest Hill. Enjoy lunch on your own in Oakbrook and a funny play about Bertie Wooster who finds himself in the soup on board a yacht anchored in Monte Carlo. Fees: $64/resident; $74/non-resident. For more information, call the Lockport Township Park District at 815-838-1183, ext. 207 or visit www.lockportpark.org.
Magic Made Me Do It - Daniel Martin
Join Waubonsee Community College at the Sugar Grove Campus Auditorium: Chicago's own Daniel Martin will entertain you and your family with his high energy blend of incredible magic, exhilarating escapes, and sarcastic improv. His magic and comedy have been featured on CBS, NBC, WGN, VH!, ESPN, and at thousands of live events. Show starts at 7 pm.
Genius of Shubert by Fox Valley Orchestra Chorus & AU Chorale
Enjoy classics by Schubert performed live by the Fox Valley Orchestra Chorus and the Aurora University Chorale: Stephen Alltop - Conductor, Lisa Fredenburgh - Chorus Master, Michelle Areyzaga - Soprano, Martha Kasten - Mezzo, Stephen Cannon - Tenor, Aaron Wardell - Bass. Schubert - Symphony No. 3 in D major; Schubert - Mass No. 5 in A-flat major.
Cristina Pato Quartet
Cristina Pato has opened historical new paths for the Gaita (Galician bagpipe). In 1998 she became the first female Gaita player to release a solo album and since then has collaborated with many high profile world music, jazz, classical and experimental artists including the Chicago Symphony, Yo-Yo Ma, The Chieftains, Arturo O'Farril, World Symphony Orchestra and Paquito D'Rivera. Her powerful style of passionate playing has been acclaimed by The New York Times as "a virtuosic burst of energy" while the BBC crowned her "the Galician bagpipe diva." Show starts at 8 pm.
Chanticleer Presents "Over the Moon"
Known as an orchestra of voices, this popular 12-member male chorus Chanticleer celebrates the over-the-moon exuberance of popular composers. “Over the Moon” includes magnificent early statements by Claudio Monteverdi and Antoine Busnois giving way to the more romantic yearnings of Gustav Mahler. The program features works by Elgar and Finzi, and a new setting of Albert Giraud’s Pierrot Lunaire poems by Nico Muhly. Registration required. Contact the university for further information.
US Log Rolling Open
The opening of the 2016 Professional Log Rolling season kicks off June 11. The event will include the worlds top ranked rollers & be televised on CSN Chicago.
Spring Art Festival
The Second Annual Spring Festival of Fine Craft at Oakbrook Center will showcase the work of about 70 juried artists from across the country, featuring painting, photography and fine crafts including ceramics, fiber, glass, jewelry, and wood. Find one-of-a-kind works of art, watch demonstrations, and engage with artists!
Shakespeare 400 Chicago
Shakespeare 400 Chicago is a yearlong international arts festival in 2016 celebrating the vibrancy, relevance and reach of Shakespeare. As the world commemorates the four hundred years since Shakespeare’s death in 1616, Shakespeare 400 Chicago will engage more than 500,000 Chicagoans and visitors to our City through 850 events.
Kane County Fair
Family fun. Carnival, bands, demo derby, bull riding, commercial expo, 4-H. Fun for everyone during this 5 day celebration.
Stars of Dance Chicago
This Fermilab tradition returns to Ramsey Auditorium! Curator John Schmitz of the Dance Chicago Festival always pulls together an extraordinary variety to bring The Best of Dance Chicago to Fermilab. With a slate of more than 10 dance companies, there is always something for everyone.
Fine Art Fair
The 5th Annual Fine Art Fair offers more than 50 artists with art for purchase, musical entertainment, vendor booths, community art project, raffle, food, drinks and fun! 11AM-5PM.
Kool and the Gang at RiverEdge Park
In over 4 decades, Kool & the Gang has sold over 70 million albums worldwide, won 2 Grammys and 7 AMAs, racked up 31 gold and platinum albums and scored a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. This June, they’re bringing their funky jams to RiverEdge Park. You won’t be able to stay in your seat when these guys roll out hits including “Celebration,” “Jungle Boogie” and “Get Down On It.” And to add to the good times, Motown icon and founder of the Commodores Thomas McClary is bringing his legendary Motown sound along. $30 before June 1, $45 starting June 1. All events at RiverEdge Park are General Admission. Guests are welcome to bring lawn chairs.
Spring at the Farm
Dickson-Murst Farm is turned into an antique truck and tractor show with petting zoo, hayrides, crafts and music the ole' time way!
Freedom Train at the Paramount Theatre
A thrilling, inspiring journey on the Underground Railroad with Harriet Tubman! Born into slavery, Harriet escaped a Maryland plantation by following a safe route laid by the Quakers. After making it to safety, Harriet became one of the most celebrated “conductors” on the Underground Railroad, fearlessly guiding more than 300 slaves through the dangers of the South to freedom. Freedom Train not only follows Harriet Tubman’s incredible story, but it’s a celebration of dedication, survival and the human spirit, all set to the beautiful dance, dialogue and songs of the times. Performance times 9:30 am and noon.
Charlotte's Web at the Paramount Theatre
Wilbur the pig has a problem: Farmer Zuckerman wants to turn him into pork chops! Good thing his friend, a little gray spider named Charlotte, has a plan to create a sticky solution. Charlotte weaves the words “Some Pig” in her web, catching Farmer Zuckerman’s attention and making Wilbur a prize pig! But will Charlotte’s trick ensure Wilbur’s spot on the farm forever? Based on E.B. White’s treasured story, TheatreWorks USA’s production of Charlotte’s Web will teach the importance of bravery, compassion and the true meaning of friendship. Performance times 9:30 am and noon.