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Authentic antiques offered by 55 dealers from 14 states are exhibited indoors. Catered lunch. Free Parking. ATM. Not-for-profit organization, admission benefits local historical and educational endeavors. Admission $10. (Discount coupon at CSADA.com
From the 4,968-yard junior short course to the 7,124-yard, par 72 championship layout, each hole provides its own identity and challenge to golfers of all skill levels. Offering the public a country club environment in a relaxed atmosphere, Stonewall Orchard is one golf course you’ll want to play time and time again. We welcome you to enjoy this memorable experience.
Playing a relatively short, sporty golf course like Village Green can be a wonderful experience. For the avid golfer, the expectation to score presents itself at every turn. For the recreational golfer, this Ray Didier-designed track dating back to the early 1960s is pure fun... challenging without being intimidating. Village Green rewards golfers of all ability levels with opportunities to shine and finesse specific aspects of their game.
you’re looking for a golf experience that’s close, comfortable and affordable, Renwood is the place. From our lush watered greens to our tournaments and special events, golfers of all ages and skill levels will enjoy the welcoming atmosphere that makes Renwood so unique. We are a public 18-hole golf course operated by the Round Lake Area Park District. We are a highly rated golf course by Chicagoland Golf and have many amenities that make us the perfect place for a casual round with friends or your special golf outing.
CITY:Round Lake Beach
Thank you for your interest in our course. The 18 hole, par 72 course has four sets of tees that provide a challenging yet enjoyable experience for golfers of all skill levels.
Redtail is an 18 hole course that features 6,820 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 72.8 and it has a slope rating of 130 on Bent grass. Designed by Roger B. Packard, the Redtail golf course opened in 1991.
CITY:Village of Lakewood
Update, renovate & remodel home surroundings with The Old House New House Home Show. See the latest in home improvements and explore exhibits from 300 select experts. Enjoy inspiring, idea-sparking daily workshops. A portion of the ticket proceeds benefits The Habitat for Humanity.
ABBA’s hits tell the hilarious story of a young woman’s search for her birth father on a Greek island paradise. After reading her mom’s diary from one carefree summer 20 years ago, Sophie secretly invites the three men her mom wrote about to her wedding. Set to the classic songs of ABBA, Mamma Mia! is the enchanting and unforgettable tale of love, laughter, family and friendship.
As stylish and romantic as the European jazz clubs it aims to emulate, the Little Gem Café offers an elegant setting and delectable items using locally sourced ingredients. Featuring weekly live music, happy hour specials, and the recent unveiling of a new weekend brunch menu, the Little Gem will bewitch you with its warm atmosphere and uniquely flavorful dishes. Planning a private party? The event team will work with any budget and size to create your perfect event, from anniversaries to corporate meetings.
Back by popular request, it's The Three Celli, performing a mix of music for one, two or three celli by some of the area's finest musicians. Stephen Balderston, former Assistant Principal Cello of the Chicago Symphony, is the Professor of Cello at DePaul University. Prior to joining the CSO in 1993, he performed for ten years with the Saint Louis Symphony. Linc Smelser, a member of the Grant Park Symphony Orchestra, is on the faculty of Northern Illinois University as well as the Music Director of the Kishwaukee Symphony Orchestra. Brant Taylor, a former member of the Saint Louis Symphony, has been a member of the Chicago Symphony since the 1997-1998 season. He also teaches at Roosevelt University's Chicago College of the Performing Arts and performs with the band Pink Martini. All Chamber Series concerts begin at 2:30 p.m. in the 2nd Floor Art Gallery of Wilson Hall.
An authentic barbeque eatery, Q-BBQ draws influences from a variety of regional spots from the meat markets of Texas to the hole-in-the-walls in Tennessee. In everything from slow-cooked meats - prepared for up to 22 hours - to homemade sauces, Q-BBQ strives to bring a unique brand of culinary flare to America's original comfort food. Perched along downtown Oak Park's quaint Marion street, an outdoor patio is open in warmer months and allows you to savor the flavors while taking in the charming local sights.
Prairie Krafts Brewing Company creates and responsibly markets house beers that enhance the enjoyment of life for consumers. Come out and taste one or more of the in-house brewed craft beers on tap or take some home to enjoy.
Built in 1916 in the Georgian revival style, Bishops Hall once housed bishops for several decades. Now, located among the highest concentration of Frank Lloyd Wright homes including his very own home & studio, its lush gardens and terrace offer the rare opportunity to stay in one of Oak Park's most historic architectural treasures.
A rustic, reclaimed and leather-filled lounge. Cool, welcoming color palettes and friendly faces. And best of all, food and drink capable of turning a good night into a legendary one. Of course, with a name like Side Lot Brewery, the brews had better be good. With craft beer, microbrews, craft spirits, boutique wine and even locally-roasted coffee.
Fermilab continues its 50-year anniversary celebration with work from the artist who helped give Fermilab its visual identity, Artist Angela Gonzales. Fermilab founding director Robert Wilson hand-picked artist Angela Gonzales to help create a visual identity for Fermilab. “A Lasting Mark: Artist Angela Gonzales at Fermilab, 1967-1998” showcases her bold, inspiring work over 31 years at the lab. Opening reception at 5pm Thurs. June 1. The exhibit will run from June 1 to Sept. 30, 2017. Free and open to the public.
Connolly's is a fun, family-owned Irish Pub that seeks to embrace the classic traditions and cultural elements found in Irish pubs both in America and the Emerald Isle. With a menu that brings Irish food to the new millennium - a careful blend of feeling good and eating well - and an atmosphere that feels like an extension of the proprietor's living room, Connolly's is a vibrant eatery in the heart of Oak Park.
Bosacki's Home Brew is a small microbrewery and tavern/tasting room providing a variety of beers with the emphasis on beer to take home and share with family and friends. Come sample the beer in our tavern and take home your favorite selection.
From Respighi’s passionate Fountains of Rome to Russian composer Liadov’s serene Enchanted Lake, these concerts will awaken the senses and present the listener with a musical rainbow of sound. The program also holds Dukas’ The Sorcerer’s Apprentice and Saint-Saëns’ Symphony No. 3, featuring guest organist Jonathan Rudy, and containing a melody called “so gorgeous that it seems plucked from an operatic love scene by Bizet or Gounod.”
Attention Craft Beer Aficionados! There will be several area breweries pouring samples of their ales, lagers, and stouts. Taste the micro brews of the area’s most skilled brew masters and listen to live music. Food is available for purchase. There is a limited number of tickets available, so don’t wait to buy tickets today! Receive a free tasting glass with each ticket. Must be 21 years or older.
A half-century ago, the Enrico Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory began to grow on the Illinois prairie. Through the intelligence, ingenuity, and industry of many gifted people, it grew into one of the world’s great research institutions—a truly national resource for American physicists and a treasured destination for legions of international colleagues. Chris Quigg will trace the lab’s evolution from start-up to world-leading center, highlighting landmark research results while recalling iconic moments and extraordinary characters. Tickets for lectures are $7. Program starts at 8 pm.
Picosa is a new Chicago-based mixed chamber ensemble (flute, clarinet, violin, cello, and piano). Noted for its signature symphonic sound and virtuosity, Picosa presents an eclectic variety of works from baroque to contemporary, and soloist to full chamber ensemble. The ensemble’s unique approach to programming presents celebrated masterworks from across the centuries and around the globe. Picosa concerts are community gatherings, with lively conversations after every event. Picosa is also committed to nurturing rising young musicians through our Interludes Chamber Ensembles program, where student and amateur musicians play in pre-concert performances, and through our workshops, concerts, and residencies at local colleges. Additionally, Picosa seeks to be an arts collective, featuring cross-genre collaborations each season. All Chamber Series concerts begin at 2:30 p.m. in the 2nd Floor Art Gallery of Wilson Hall.
Join Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Melman the Giraffe, Gloria the hip hop Hippo and, of course, those hilarious, plotting penguins as they bound onto our stage in the musical adventure of a lifetime. Based on the smash DreamWorks animated motion picture, Madagascar – A Musical Adventure follows all of your favorite crack-a-lackin’ friends as they escape from their home in New York’s Central Park Zoo and find themselves on an unexpected journey to the madcap world of King Julien’s Madagascar. A special one-hour presentation for kids (and parents) of all ages. Filled with outlandish characters, adventure galore and an upbeat score,
Watch amazing science demonstrations at the annual Wonders of Science show. This event is a fast-paced series of demonstrations on chemical and physical phenomena that will involve you and your young scientists mentally and at times, physically! Wonders of Science is an annual program provided by the Education Office at Fermilab. Each family with at least one child will receive a kit of materials that will enable them to continue their science explorations at home or in the classroom. 1pm. Recommended for families with children ages 7 through 12. Tickets are required and space is limited.
Based on a Victorian Penny dreadful, this Stephen Sondheim masterpiece has been nominated for Tony Awards in 3 different decades. The original 1979 production was nominated for 9 Tony Awards, bringing home 8 including Best Musical, Best Score and Best Book. The 1990 revival saw 4 more Tony nominations, while in 2006, the New York production received 6 Tony nods. Some critics call Sweeney Todd Sondheim’s most perfect score, filled with ravishing beauty. Others have described it as a pitch-black comedy filled with thrills and terrors, while others have heralded it as one of the single greatest achievements of American musical theater in the last 50 years. Decide for yourself and experience Paramount Theatre’s Sweeney Todd.
Pastorello’s recital will feature music by Beethoven and Chopin as well as a diverse selection of compositions of the 20th century, including works by Claude Debussy and American composer Philip Glass. See their web site to register for this free event.
Do you remember when rock was young? We do, so we’re dedicating a full day of shows to celebrate two of the greatest pianists and performers of our time. Musicians Craig A. Newman and Donnie Kehr go “Face to Face” by channeling the flair, charisma and outright talent of Sir Elton John and Billy Joel, and there’s nothing like it. They’ll hammer those keys and play all those classic pop favorites like “Crocodile Rock,” “Uptown Girl,” “Candle In The Wind” and so many more. Plus, with how much these guys look, sound and dress like Elton and Billy, you’ll hardly be able to tell the difference between the men on stage and the superstars they’re portraying. Two pianos, one unforgettable show. Don’t miss it.
Welcome the choirs home after their annual concert tour. The concert will reflect nearly the entire year of music prepared by the choirs. Enjoy hearing music from the Renaissance through the modern day in a variety of tempos and texts. See their web site to register for this free event.
Mark Ponzo, (trumpet) returns to the Crimi stage with James Brown (organ) of Northern Illinois University, presenting a selection of works and transcriptions for trumpet and organ. See their web site to register for this free event.
Pitch Perfect fan? Sing a capella in college? Just really into music? If you checked “yes” to any of the above, get ready to have your mind blown by Home Free. This pop-meets-country quintet’s high-energy a capella shows and quick-witted, warm personalities on and off the stage won them NBC-TV’s The Sing-Off crown and a devoted fan following in 2013. Since then, they’ve covered Top 40 hits like Andy Grammar’s 2015 smash “Honey, I’m Good” and classic country standards like Johnny Cash’s “Ring of Fire” with a sound so rich, you’ll forget there aren’t any instruments on stage. With Paramount’s amazing acoustics, this show’s going to be more than just a concert; it’s going to be an experience.
Known worldwide for their programmatic versatility, artistic variety and charismatic personality, Cantus is a vocal chamber ensemble that engages their audiences by working together to reach new levels of artistic innovation and excellence. Founded on the ideals of collaborative music-making, the group’s vision is to give voice to the shared human experience performing works such as classical, orchestral-vocal, folk, art song, popular songs, spirituals and newly commissioned pieces. As the only artist-led full-time classical vocal ensemble in the United States, they provide a unique live experience not to be missed. See Aurora Univeristy's web site to register for the event.
Children’s China portrays the present-day activities that Chinese families practice, as well as their roots in Confucius’ teachings. Read Confucius’ quotes, explore hands-on activities, and immerse yourself in innovative technology and authentic artifacts to gain an understanding of Confucius' impact on modern Chinese life.